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Rich in Black History w/ Professor Joyice Robinson & Wage Against the Machine The Uninformed States of America

    • Politics

Welcome to The USA Podcast hosted by Mike Riley

Many Americans know that black history plays a key role in the American story, however, often times this black history is taught from an indistinct perspective. In episode 152, Mike speaks with Professor Joyice Robinson about how dissecting black history can help us reframe our perspective on its significance to not only American history, but world history. Prof Joyice Robinson, is an educator who teaches Black-interest classes, prepare families for school transition, and supports young adults & women in relationship readiness. You can learn more about Prof. Joyice by visiting https://professorjoyice.com/

In the 2nd segment, Mike breaks down some of the arguments and some of the myths surrounding raising the federal minimum wage to $15.00 an hour. Many Americans believe that raising the minimum wage to $15.00 an hour will be interfering with the free market and will force many small businesses to shut down. But is this true? Should employers be forced to pay their workers a livable wage? Mike breaks it all down in this segment.

Welcome to The USA Podcast hosted by Mike Riley

Many Americans know that black history plays a key role in the American story, however, often times this black history is taught from an indistinct perspective. In episode 152, Mike speaks with Professor Joyice Robinson about how dissecting black history can help us reframe our perspective on its significance to not only American history, but world history. Prof Joyice Robinson, is an educator who teaches Black-interest classes, prepare families for school transition, and supports young adults & women in relationship readiness. You can learn more about Prof. Joyice by visiting https://professorjoyice.com/

In the 2nd segment, Mike breaks down some of the arguments and some of the myths surrounding raising the federal minimum wage to $15.00 an hour. Many Americans believe that raising the minimum wage to $15.00 an hour will be interfering with the free market and will force many small businesses to shut down. But is this true? Should employers be forced to pay their workers a livable wage? Mike breaks it all down in this segment.

1 hr