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We are getting to the root causes of racial disparities suffered by Black America. Our hope is to educate communities, talk to experts about the situations, and lobby our leaders.

The Black Agenda theblackagendapodcast

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

We are getting to the root causes of racial disparities suffered by Black America. Our hope is to educate communities, talk to experts about the situations, and lobby our leaders.

    All About OneUnited Bank

    All About OneUnited Bank

    Adrian and Devin speak with Kevin Cohee, President and Chairman of OneUnited Bank, the largest black owned bank in the country.
    1st Segment: Banking Shortcomings
    The relationship between banking and the Black community (1:40)
    Why is having a relationship with a banker important (4:15)
    Break: Tea Time (8:17)
    2nd Segment: Improving Your Relationship with a Bank 
    Does it matter who you bank with (9:15)
    What do we do with FinTech Companies (17:30)
    Break: Omission (23:32)
    3rd Segment: OneUnited Bank 2021 Initiatives
    OneTransaction Campaign
    Solidarity Card
    Juneteenth 2021 Conference
    Break: Staycation (48:25)
    Final Message (49:13)
    Break: Traz (55:05)
    Ending (55:42)
    The Black Agenda Podcast
    OneUnited Bank

    • 1 hr
    The HistoryMakers with Julieanna Richardson

    The HistoryMakers with Julieanna Richardson

    Adrian and Devin speak with Julieanna Richardson, Founder and Executive Director of The HistoryMakers.
     
    Intro: Dude
    1st Segment: The Value of this History
    Do you have to convince people why you do what you do (1:40)
    The significance of The HistoryMakers partnering with the Library of Congress (6:00)
    Break: Take That Back (13:24)
    2nd Segment: How To Use this History
    The HistoryMakers' School Programs (14:15)
    Break: Supreme (20:01)
    3rd Segment: The Road Ahead
    What do the next generations need to do with this history (20:42)
    Break: Flight to Tsunia (24:43)
    Final Message (25:25)
    Break: Jazz Tunes (30:33)
    Ending (31:11)
    The Black Agenda Podcast
    The HistoryMakers

    • 36 min
    The State of HBCUs with Dr. Thomas Hudson, President of Jackson State University

    The State of HBCUs with Dr. Thomas Hudson, President of Jackson State University

    Adrian and Devin end their HBCU Awareness Series by bringing you an HBCU from their home state of MS...Jackson State University and its President, Dr. Thomas Hudson.
    1st Segment: History and Value
    Your perception as a student (2:00)
    Getting the attention of high schoolers (3:55)
    Break: Soul Searching (9:20)
    2nd Segment: Societal Perception 
    JSU's Strategic Plan (10:10)
    What's it like having Deion Sanders (12:45)
    Break: Chef Brian (18:11)
    3rd Segment: Awareness and Diversity
    JSU's new recruitment model (18:55)
    Partnerships and community development (22:00)
    Break: Sour Apples (24:56)
    Final Message (25:50)
    Break: Take It Easy (31:23)
    Ending (31:55)
    The Black Agenda Podcast
    Dr. Thomas Hudson
    Jackson State University

    • 37 min
    The State of HBCUs with Dr. Reynold Verret, President Xavier University of Louisiana

    The State of HBCUs with Dr. Reynold Verret, President Xavier University of Louisiana

    Adrian and Devin continue their HBCU Awareness Series by featuring Xavier University of Louisiana and their President, Dr. Reynold Verret.
    Intro Music: Dude
    1st Segment: History and Value of HBCUs
    How is Xavier's mission being carried out (2:37)
    Your perception on HBCUs as a student (5:55)
    Break: Brooklyn and the Bridge (9:00)
    2nd Segment: Societal Perception of HBCUs
    Changing the narrative of college rankings (9:49)
    How is Xavier countering the stereotypical narrative of HBCUs (19:50)
    Break: Come and Get It! (24:56)
    3rd Segment: Funding and Diversity of HBCUs
    What is Xavier doing to be competitive in funding (26:00)
    Xavier and the New Orleans Public Schools (32:20)
    Break: Jazz Mango (41:01)
    Final Message (42:00)
    Break: Scratch the Itch (51:56)
    Ending (52:30)
    Outro Music: Cacao Island (Ks mix)
    The Black Agenda Podcast
    Dr. Reynold Verret
    Xavier University of LA
     

    • 58 min
    The State of HBCUs with Dr. George French, President of Clark Atlanta University

    The State of HBCUs with Dr. George French, President of Clark Atlanta University

    Adrian and Devin continue their HBCU Awareness Series by featuring Clark Atlanta University and their President, Dr. George French.
    1st Segment: History and Value of HBCUs
    Your perception of HBCUs coming up (3:00)
    The growth seen at CAU and the community (7:35)
    Break: Staycation by Corbyn Kites (11:40)
    2nd Segment: Societal Perception of HBCUs
    Accomplishments of CAU and the message throughout (12:30)
    CAU's Strategic Plan and sustainability in the Black community (17:50)
    Break: Benji by Dyalla (25:17)
    3rd Segment: HBCU Funding and Diversity
    How civil rights affects HBCU funding (26:25)
    CAU's recruitment message (34:00)
    Break: The Jam by Slynk and Mr Stabalina (40:59)
    Final Message (41:40)
    Break: Festivities in Belize by RAGE (52:33)
    Ending  (53:09)
    The Black Agenda Podcast
    Dr. George French
    Clark Atlanta University

    • 58 min
    The State of HBCUs with Dr. William Harvey, President of Hampton University

    The State of HBCUs with Dr. William Harvey, President of Hampton University

    Adrian and Devin continue their HBCU Awareness series by bringing you Hampton University and President, Dr. William Harvey, where his motto is "Dream no small dream".
    1st Segment: History and Value of HBCUs
    Dream no small dream (3:10)
    Perception of HBCUs coming up (8:15)
    Break: Large Smile Mood (14:19)
    2nd Segment: Societal Perception of HBCUs
    Trying to telling the positive stories of HBCUs (15:10)
    Having to be better as a minority and a minority institution (23:00)
    Break: Tubby by Steve Adams (28:07)
    3rd Segment: HBCU Funding and Diversity
    What can we learn about fundraising from Hampton (29:20)
    Would an curriculum created by HBCUs be received well in k-12 schools (34:30)
    Break: Papov by Yung Logos (40:53)
    Final Message (41:41)
    Break: Soul Searching by Causmic (52:26)
    Ending (52:57)
    The Black Agenda Podcast
    Dr. William Harvey
    Hampton University

    • 58 min

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