Host Clifton Brown examines what it’s like to be Black in the NFL, looking at the experience from many different angles and with many different voices. Race impacts the NFL in unique and challenging ways, whether it’s noticed or unnoticed, spoken or unspoken. The time has come for us to speak.
Episode 3: Player Politics
Host Clifton Brown speaks with Ronnie Stanley, Torrey Smith, Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, and Traci Otey Blunt about how they interact with politics and how the political system has treated Black Americans.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 5: The NFL's Diversity Problem: Coaching
Hall of Fame Coach Tony Dungy, former Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis, Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin, Northern Illinois Head Coach Thomas Hammock and NFL Network's Judy Battista discuss why the league has too few Black head coaches and how to fix it.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 8: Power to the Players
Washington Football Team President Jason Wright, former Raven and NFLPA President turned ESPN analyst Domonique Foxworth and sports scholars/activists Richard Lapchick and Jeremi Duru talk about players' fight for more power in the NFL and how the racial game has been changed.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 1: Shut Up and Play
Host Clifton Brown talks with Nate Boyer, Dr. Harry Edwards and Robert Griffin III about speaking out about race and the backlash that comes with it.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 2: To Kneel Or Not to Kneel
Host Clifton Brown talks with Calais Campbell, Matthew Judon, Benjamin Watson and Steve Wyche about how kneeling in the NFL has evolved from 2016 to now.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 4: Players and Police
Host Clifton Brown discusses police brutality and reform with Anquan Boldin, Mark Ingram II, Flint Deputy Deon Smith, former Baltimore Police Detective Darren Sanders and Maryland State Delegate Gabriel Acevero.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Many Voices …
… expressing many thoughts on the singular issue.
As a 60-year-old privileged white male that grew up in the DC area and went to school at Gonzaga I have my own experience.
To be brief, it was sheltered from challenge.
This series you were here many voices where some might be fingers on the chalkboard others you will understand perfectly.
I believe you can come away from this series with the understanding of why we must as a society be proactive and demanding in making it truly inclusive.
Cliff Brown does an excellent job in identifying a range of guests then giving them breadth of room while keeping it focused. Good job on editing too.
Wonderfully Produced & Informative
I love listening the diverse & experienced stories & voices in this podcast!
Listen to the series!
Informative, enlightening, and passionate work by Clifton Brown! Phenomenal guests and perspectives on all episodes. Much respect for the vulnerability and honesty from everyone in this series. I definitely recommend listening to this.