The Hate 2 See It podcast is presented by the Harvard Law School BLSA. On this show, we address anything from reparations to Rick Ross, utilizing our platform at Harvard to highlight issues concerning law school, politics, the black community, pop culture, and much more.
New episodes are released biweekly. Email us your questions or ask us for advice at firstname.lastname@example.org for our "As Your Attorney" segment.
EP402: Let's Talk Prison Abolition.
In this episode, we discuss prison abolition, explain its significance, and examine recent cases of police brutality in America.
Love to see it?
In the spirit of Valentine's Day and Black History Month, we discuss Black love. We really put our business out here this episode by discussing our own relationships and how we balance relationship issues such as race, culture, parents, law school, distance, and politics.
Politics in a pandemic?
We chat about the 2020 election from some weeks ago, play a political game of Would You Rather, and discuss what we hated to see in pop culture.
Black Lives Matter—not a question.
This episode we discuss the Black Lives Matter protests from this summer as well as the #EndSARS movement. We also speak to founders of the Black Bakers for Black Lives nonprofit. In our "hate to see it" segment this episode, we touch on a certain celebrity's constant gaslighting. Email us your "as your attorney" listener questions! And, please forgive our audio quality as we remain socially distant and record from home.
EP301: Back to School Special
James and Joanna discuss summer updates along with distance learning, interview the founders of recently created nonprofit Lesson Check-In, and chat about RBG.
Today we are discussing Black identity in the U.S. context with a very special guest. We will hear about the new HLS student organization Descendants and discuss diversity within the Black community. We are also answering listener questions and wrapping up the year of the Hate 2 See It Podcast. Please forgive our audio quality as we are recording from home on Zoom given the pandemic. We hope you having enjoyed tuning in this year as much as we have enjoyed recording and interacting with you all!
Love the realness. Thank you for being unapologetic.
These are literally the conversations that me and my friends have in our group chats or FaceTime sessions. Thank you for having these discussions in such an informative and unapologetic manner. 🖤🖤
Hilarious and insightful
As someone who went to Boston University for undergrad and is trying to go back to Boston for law school. This is a really enjoyable show.
Love this podcast!
Like The Read but from The Gen Z’s perspective & I have to say y’all are keeping me informed & young👏🏿😂❤️ looking forward to the next season.