Welcome to On One With Angela Rye. Tune in every week for the most honest answers to the pressing political, racial, and pop culture questions of the day.
Modern Day Mr. Rogers (Ft. Donovan Taylor Hall)
This week, I sat down with an amazing educator & youth advocate, Mr. Donovan Taylor Hall. Mr. Donovan, as he is commonly referred to by his students, taught social skills classes at Impact Academy in Oakland, CA that teaches kids how to become active facilitators of their growth. In this episode, we talk about the foundation of Mr. Donovan’s philosophy, which is designed to raise levels of self-esteem and self-worth, creating spaces for youth to find their personal power, and practicing gratitude. I hope you have as much fun hearing from the Modern Day Mr. Rogers, as I had speaking to him!
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Family Business PT. II
On this special Father’s Day edition of On One, my father, Eddie Rye Jr. came back for the second time to talk about all things family, fatherhood, and freedom. In this episode, we go back in time to talk about my dad’s upbringing in Shreveport & Seattle, his early activism days and meeting MLK, our relationship, what freedom looks like to Black Americans and some funny and embarrassing stories from the both of us.
On Black Mental Health with Dr. Joy
This week’s special guest for #On1WithAngelaRye is the incredible Dr. Joy. Dr. Joy Harden Bradford is a Licensed Psychologist, Author, Media Personality, and the founder of Therapy for Black Girls. She focuses on making mental health topics more relevant and accessible for Black women while using pop culture to further illustrate psychological concepts.
In this episode, we dive into the relationship between mental health and the Black community. We discuss everything from the need for more Black mental health professionals, to PROPER self care practices and the intersection of faith, culture, and therapy.
Let’s Discuss… The George Floyd Justice In Policing Act with Representative Karen Bass
This week’s #On1WithAngelaRye is a special LIVE episode recorded on Clubhouse. We were joined by the incredible former CBC Chair and Representative from California, Ms. Karen Bass. Congressmember Bass has served the 37th district of California since 2011. She serves on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, where she is the Chair of the Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, and Global Human Rights. She also serves on the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism, where she works to craft sound criminal justice reform policies. In this episode, we dive into the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, its language, myths, and misconceptions of the bill and discuss ways everyone can help move this bill forward.
A Masterclass In Reconstruction with Dr. Phillip Atiba Goff
A Masterclass In Reconstruction with Dr. Phillip Atiba Goff by Loud Speakers Network
Going Green (Ft. Hilton Carter)
In this episode of #On1WithAngelaRye, we’re joined by plant stylist and author, Hilton Carter. We dive into his new book, Wild Creations, and discuss plant parenting. Hilton even plant coaches Angela—we are on the road to living plants (don’t mind that dying aloe 🥺)
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I appreciate every conversation you are apart of...I enthusiastically listen to the perspective you bring with your personal history and guests! I felt your pain and frustration through your professionalism and patience in the interview with Dr Carl Hart. Respect Sis! But my favorite interview to date is Kirk Franklin. Thank you for more information on the history of Christianity. I am so on the same Christian page as Mr. Franklin! He was preaching and I was praising God. Simply I am very grateful for you and your platform. Continued Blessings.