204 episodes

THE BROWN LIQUOR REPORT was birthed at the intersection of friends reuniting over heated and humorous discussion about politics and pop culture, chicken and liquor. It has quickly evolved from just an innovative way to catch up and share thoughts on hot topics, to a hot weekly podcast with an ever-growing following. It has emerged as a unique voice for Generation Xers who find themselves straddling ratchet and responsibility. It is the podcast for those who want to learn more about social justice, pop culture, and politics while enjoying the best 90’s hip hop beats and a pour of their favorite vice, free of judgment.

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THE BROWN LIQUOR REPORT was birthed at the intersection of friends reuniting over heated and humorous discussion about politics and pop culture, chicken and liquor. It has quickly evolved from just an innovative way to catch up and share thoughts on hot topics, to a hot weekly podcast with an ever-growing following. It has emerged as a unique voice for Generation Xers who find themselves straddling ratchet and responsibility. It is the podcast for those who want to learn more about social justice, pop culture, and politics while enjoying the best 90’s hip hop beats and a pour of their favorite vice, free of judgment.

    Ep. 203 - What to the Insurrectionist is the 4th of July?

    Ep. 203 - What to the Insurrectionist is the 4th of July?

    Greetings and salutations, friends of the pod! This week we talk about the roller coaster week that was. We had highs from Nikole Hannah-Jones telling UNC "thanks, but no thanks" and taking her talents to Howard; and the lows of Bill Cosby's release from prison and lighting the TL on fire with his apologists. All that and more, this week on the Brown Liquor Report. #DontStopListenListen

    • 1 hr 40 min
    Ep. 202 - Critical Race Theory Stole My Lunch Money

    Ep. 202 - Critical Race Theory Stole My Lunch Money

    Greetings and salutations, friends of the pod. This week on the show we shot the shit about actual Critical Race Theory and not what the GOP is whining about. We also celebrated the Blackest Olympic Trials because to quote a Saint Helen: "We are everywhere you think we aren't." All this, and plenty of whisky, on this week's Brown Liquor Report.

    • 2 hrs
    Ep. 200ish - The Xennials Got Something to Say (feat. Mike Richardson from Faith Uncut)

    Ep. 200ish - The Xennials Got Something to Say (feat. Mike Richardson from Faith Uncut)

    Greetings and salutations, friends of the pod! This week we celebrate our 200-ish episode with our good-good friend and family member Mike from Faith Uncut. Mike interviews the BLR crew about the good, the bad, and the ugly of five years and 200-ish episodes of timeline hand-holding. We talk about the lessons we've learned in these last days and times and where we want to go before we die-die. All that and hot topics on this week's Brown Liquor Report

    • 2 hrs
    Ep. 200 - The First Coup Was Just Practice

    Ep. 200 - The First Coup Was Just Practice

    Greetings and salutations, friends of the pod. This week the BLR crew returns to hold your hand through your timeline and catch up on things we missed. From plastic bags filled with gas to bonnets filled with hair; to the ever moving goalposts of trying to succeed in Amerikkka, we've got the discourse covered. All the news worthy to talk shit about. Sit back, pour something out and #Dontstoplistenlisten, this week o the Brown Liquor Report.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Ep. 199 - Black Girls Matter

    Ep. 199 - Black Girls Matter

    Greetings and salutations, friends of the pod. The BLR crew is back with a review of an emotional rollercoaster of a week. From the verdict in the Derrick Chauvin trial to the murder of Mah'Khia Bryant, we grapple with ups and downs of the week that was. All this, plus the homegoing of DMX and a Verzuz full of lyrical miracles, this week on the Brown Liquor Report. #DontStopListenListen

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Ep. 198 - It's the Optics for Me

    Ep. 198 - It's the Optics for Me

    On this week's episode, we mourn the untimely loss of DMX and Black Rob; and the curse of Diddy. Also, we discuss Patrisse Cullors and whether professional activism is a thing. #DontStopListenListen

    • 1 hr 25 min

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