New Episode every other Monday! The Let's Get Uncomfortable podcast features the host, Torrence Williams, approaching difficult subjects involving Race and Class by exploring different perspectives through various guests. The intent is to encourage open minds and understanding in the face of division in the hopes that we can all have necessary tough conversations in the future.You can follow Torrence on Instagram at just_torrence. Please submit questions, interview requests, etc to TheLGUPodcast@gmail.com. If you feel inclined to send a donation to help with equipment costs and overall support, please use Paypal.me/LGUPodcast.
Taxes, Healthcare, Trump, and Systemic Racism
Our special guest is Zack Warren. Mr. Warren voted Third Party in 2016, but voted for Trump in 2020. In this episode, we discuss his reasoning behind his change as well as his views on Taxes, Healthcare, Trump, and Systemic Racism.
Voting For Trump
In this episode, we discuss voting for Trump in 2020 and how we work toward bridging the political divide in the country. Our special guest is Matt Clark, who gives his reasoning for voting for Trump in this election and in 2016.
Black Lives Matter, Food Insecurity, and Mutual Aid
In this episode, I am joined by Shauntrice Martin, owner of Black Market KY, founder of #FeedTheWest, and a local activist in Louisville, KY. We discuss Black Lives Matter and answer some common objections to the organization. We also dive into the need...
Redlining and Gentrification
In this episode, we discuss the practice of Redlining and Gentrification and how they negatively affect minority and low income communities. Redlining is a discriminatory practice that was used by Banks and our Federal Government to prevent Black...
The Breonna Taylor Case
In this longer episode, we discuss the facts of the Breonna Taylor case and the information that has been made available to the public. Our special guests today are Skylar Graudick, a former LMPD officer and Aaron Price, a lawyer and small business...
Conservatism and Building Racial Equity
In this episode, Dr. OJ Oleka shares his perspective as a Black Conservative and discusses how he believes that the Republican Party should be leading the charge in addressing the Racial Disparities in society. We also explore his work with Anti-Racism...
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Makes me think
Listen to this podcast on the way to work every morning. A quick 30-60 minutes of dialogue that gets my brain turning! Keep up the great work Torrence!
Exactly what we need!
This podcast achieves what it says it does. It brings people together for hard conversations but does it with open, honest, acceptance of others’ ideas. With all of the decisiveness in today’s world, Torrence finds ways to suggest ideas that most of us as caring, reasonable people could at least give honest thought to if not agree with. A new way to discuss the issues. See the other as a person and not the enemy.
Loved episode two! Was incredibly engaging and I appreciated your guests point of view. More of these conversations need to happen.