The Transparency Report is a podcast that voices opinions and views from minorities and people of color. We seek to be a platform where it's okay for people to speak their truth about being a minority or person of color in America. No topic is off-limits. Are you ready to be a part of the conversation?
Ep. 025 The Church and Social Justice Pt. 2
It's been a year since our last episode on how the church is responding to social justice issues. Franklin, Darren, and I discuss if there are have been any improvements throughout the year or if its just the status quo. Additionally, we discuss Kanye and his recent declaration of Christianity. Do we see this as genuine or is there something else involved?
Ep. 024 Botham Jean and Tatiana Jefferson
Josh and I discuss the Botham Jean verdict and the most recent display of police brutality regarding Tatiana Jefferson.
Ep. 023 Raising Kids of Color pt. 2
In part 2 of Raising Kids of Color...Josh, Phil, and I discuss law enforcement interaction, racism in schools, and the importance of representation. As parents of children of color, we must think on how to tackle this issues and how our kids should tackle them if we are not there.
Also, check out Phil's podcast, links below:
Social media links:
Ep. 022 Trudeau, Yang, and Neo-Colonialism
Josh and I discuss three recent topics circling the internet. First, we discuss Justin Trudeau's recent brown face pictures and how his response fell flat with many. Second, we discuss Andrew Yang and his response to Shane Gillum's racist remarks. Third, we discuss how China is investing heavily into Africa, but is it for the right reasons.
Ep. 021 NFL and Jay-Z
Josh and I are back for season 2 of the podcast. We kick off this season of the podcast discussing the firing of the Daniel Pantaleo. The officer responsible for Eric Garner's murder. Then we move on to the NFL/Roc Nation Partnership, breaking down both side of this deal and how critics and supporters are viewing the move.
Customer ReviewsSee All
This is a great podcast discussing race in America. I think it is a very transparent conversation that gets to hard topics but in a way that is welcoming for all people. As a black male, I think this voice is needed put on the airwaves. Keep up the episodes! I enjoy following along!