Soapbox Diaries features real stories of race, resistance, and resolve. This show is a platform for guests to have authentic conversations exploring issues at the intersection of politics, black identity, community, history, the arts, and much more.
Yes! That's Vegan.
Our guest today is Chanel Minnifield. Channel is an actress and vegan influencer. She is the host of the TV Show, “Yes! That’s Vegan.”
Keep the Faith
Our guest today is Jaria Gordon, executive co-director of Kids Make It Institute, a STEAM youth nonprofit. She is also a founding member of Commonwealth Alliance Voter Engagement.
Black Barbeque Roots
Our guest today is Dr. Howard Conyers an aerospace engineer with NASA who designs facilities for testing rocket engines. But he is also known for his work to document the history of Blacks in barbeque.
Our guest today is David Laurenvil, a first-generation Haitian transplant from the Little Haiti Burroughs of Miami, Florida. David is a seasoned businessman, restauranteur, scientist, and researcher focused on community empowerment, self-determination, and the creation of a wealth-minded nation for young people living in Lexington, KY.
Legacy: Harbut Horsemen
Our guest today is Greg Harbut. Greg is the owner of Harbut Bloodstock which specializes in finding top-class broodmares for his clients, many of whom are overseas. He was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky, where he inherited his love for thoroughbreds and the industry from his forefathers. Greg is a third generation horseman, following in the footsteps of his great-grandfather Will Harbut, groom to the famous racehorse Man o’ War.
Howard U. and Hilltop Roots
Our guest today is Keith Alexander. Keith is a Pulitzer Prize winning D.C. crime and courts reporter for The Washington Post. He was also recently named the technical editorial advisor for Howard University’s The Hilltop, the nation’s oldest black collegiate newspaper.
Inspirational & Informative
Soapbox Diaries is both enlightening & encouraging. These powerful and informative interviews always leave me inspired!