59 episodes

Two brothers, keeping it real.

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    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9, 67 Ratings

Two brothers, keeping it real.

    S3 Ep. 59: Facebook Live with Jeff and Lisa Liou

    S3 Ep. 59: Facebook Live with Jeff and Lisa Liou

    On today's episode, we talk about how Trump pivots back to Xenophobia and m!ore

    • 1 hr 43 min
    S3 Ep. 59: Facebook Live with James Scott

    S3 Ep. 59: Facebook Live with James Scott

    On today's live podcast, we talk cancel culture and preachers!

    • 1 hr 32 min
    S3 Ep 58: Facebook Live with Brigette Janae Jones

    S3 Ep 58: Facebook Live with Brigette Janae Jones

    On today's podcast, we sit down with Brigette Janea Jones and talk about the history of the Confederacy.

    • 1 hr 27 min
    S3 Ep. 57: Facebook live with Justin Perry, Jasmine Hines, and Tim Nicodemous

    S3 Ep. 57: Facebook live with Justin Perry, Jasmine Hines, and Tim Nicodemous

    Join us as we have a conversation with friends about defunding!

    • 1 hr 19 min
    S3 Ep. 56: Facebook Live With Greg Jarrell

    S3 Ep. 56: Facebook Live With Greg Jarrell

    Join us as we sit down with Greg Jarrell.

    • 1 hr 35 min
    S3 Ep. 55: Facebook Live With David Roberts

    S3 Ep. 55: Facebook Live With David Roberts

    Part 2 of our Facebook Live with David Roberts

    • 1 hr 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
67 Ratings

67 Ratings

Count To Forever ,

Essential Listening

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.

MaestroMo ,

This podcast has given me the courage I’ve needed!

Peeps,

Thank you so much for all that you do. I’m Moses Andrews III - a musician, recording engineer, worship leader/AV Specialist at a predominately white ECO Presbyterian church in Lexington, SC, and I’ve been in an interracial marriage for a little over 5 years. We now have a 3 month-old son, Miles. I wanted to reach out and say that I’ve been listening from the very beginning. I wanted to start out small with giving because of the time that we’re in. When my gigs and tours get back into gear, I’ll be increasing my level. I’ve enjoyed hearing you guys sharing your wisdom and not being afraid to share and lead the people. Your podcast has given me the courage to speak up again. I knew that I was put into the predominantly white space after years of being in predominantly black spaces because of hearts and minds needing to be changed. Even though I was put into these spaces, I was still afraid to speak up. People would take my existence as a signal of “times being better” and it being enough. That has happened all my life. Now that I’m 28 years-old, the time has come when I can’t be afraid to lose my job over sharing my experiences. The time has come when I can’t be afraid to make people uncomfortable. The time has come when people need to realize that giving glory to God also means that we need to call our injustice, prejudice, racism, and inequalities. Our prayers of confession should also apply to things we are leaving “undone” in our society. Silence on social issues is as loud as blatant racism. I’m realizing how tired I am after seeing so many people who look like me getting treated like they don’t belong. Thank you for helping me learn how to speak up. Thanks for giving me courage to challenge people to do their homework.

Keep doing your amazing work. I look forward to listening more in the future!

- Moses

charbstreet ,

Thought provoking and emotional, a must-listen

I’m a recent subscriber and trying to work backwards through existing episodes and the conversation with David Park really wrecked me for a while. I heard so much of my own experience reflected in their conversation about identity, xenophobia, challenges with faith, acceptance, family and more. Truly impactful to hear. I love the questions and responses and the pace of the conversation is easy to follow (but don’t think you don’t need time to process and reflect BECAUSE YOU WILL). Great show, so glad I found it and subscribed. Thank you!

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