21 episodes

The most uncomfortable conversations -- the ones about race, politics, religion -- are also the most important conversations. The time has come to stop avoiding those conversations and to start engaging in them. That's what Maze Jackson and Joe Walsh do on Uncomfortable Conversations. It's a weekly dialogue between two radio talk show hosts, from different places, trying to make sense of the world.

Uncomfortable Conversations Podcast Uncomfortable Conversations

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The most uncomfortable conversations -- the ones about race, politics, religion -- are also the most important conversations. The time has come to stop avoiding those conversations and to start engaging in them. That's what Maze Jackson and Joe Walsh do on Uncomfortable Conversations. It's a weekly dialogue between two radio talk show hosts, from different places, trying to make sense of the world.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

Jollinnar ,

Love love love this

Something like this was way overdo. I’m a new fan of maze and I’m so glad to have the opportunity to listen to him. I have absolutely learned things that I had no idea about and many times he’s made me say, “Hmmmmmm. Never thought if that”

Giiley ,

Right on time

I had already often listened to both of these radio personalities so it’s perfect for me to hear them both together. It’s good to hear intelligent people who aren’t in love with their parties and have their own beliefs that don’t align. Maze seems barely a Democrat and Joe is smart to know Trump is an idiot.

Jayanuk ,

Now What?!

I love the idea of this podcast and download every one. For the record, I'm Black, so Team Maze. But what I'd like to see (or hear) is if anyone's opinions have changed in any significant way. Do these "Uncomfortable Conversations" lead to anything? How about any episode where the hosts discuss what they may have learned from one another?

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