Two brothers, keeping it real.
S4 Ep. 93: The History of the Confederacy
We throw it back with good friend Brigette Janea Jones on the History of the Confederacy.
S4 Ep. 92: (Throwback) An Honest Conversation on Race
Today's throwback episode is with good friend Art Hooker on Race.
S4 Ep. 91: (Throwback) Racism and White Supremacy
This week we chat with good friend Greg Jarrell about racism and white supremacy.
S4 Ep. 90: (Throwback) Divesting of Tokenism
We throw it back this week talking about divesting of tokenism.
S4 Ep. 89: The Rise & Fall of Mars Hill
Today, we dive into the new podcast released by Christianity Today, The Rise & Fall of Mars Hill.
S4 Ep. 88: Critical Race Theory
We ain't late, we are right on time with this conversation about CRT.
An honest show
I really enjoy listening. It’s beautiful to examine race, spirituality, religion, gender, politics, etc., and how they all intersect. Love it.
Am a female seemed white who has gained so much from listening to this podcast. I didn’t and don’t listen for an education, but certainly I have been the recipient of one from these gentlemen and their guests. They are “real” people, with a down to earth sensibility, demonstrative humility and a humanity that puts faces to the effects of systemic racism in our culture. The lived experiences that they share with listeners offers someone like me a perspective that my own life never could. Anyone who is struggling to understand why anti-racism matters, how the church hasn’t done what it should, where the history education has failed us, will find those answers here. I hope this resource continues and continues to evolve - playing a part in ensuring a life for this movement, rather than a moment.
Cedric and Sanchez both bring perspectives that make them uniquely and undoubtedly qualified to speak on the subjects of racial tension, preconceptions and biases, institutional and systemic racism and oppression, and what reconciliation looks like. They do a great job of incorporating experts on subjects they address, and actually deferring to them on matters that they are more qualified to speak on. Refreshing in a time of talking heads shouting over each other. They speak with humility balanced with boldness, not wavering on the truth but allowing room for listeners who are newer on their journey of anti-racism, like me. Thankful for the work they do.