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Reginald A. Shaw
· April 23, 2018
Insightful, informative, entertaining.....I like the different perspectives(generational and Cultural)
Jessica Lawson
· May 15, 2017
You are great guys! I like how vivid and truthfully you both express your feelings and thoughts. Listening to you feels very real to me. I can almost see you sitting there, discussing and drinking som...e good tea! ... Keep up this good work. Can't wait to follow you on this path and learn more about cultural differences, about jamaican bad words ;) and most of all about all the other nuances in a black woman's life. See More
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What does it mean to be a good friend? Who decides what is good and what is bad? Is failure the worst thing that could happen, or refusing to try in the first place?
Barbara, Dan, Enya, and Kwesi dive into the more philosophical questions of life, and each has a unique perspective you don't want to miss.
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Barbara and Dan return with guests Enya and Kwesi for a special episode in which they answer some of life's many questions. Is failure avoidable? Desirable? What makes a good friend? Join us for an e
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Gil Scott Heron told us that the revolution would not be televised. So who was the movie 'Black Panther' meant to pander to? Were you Team Killmonger or Team T'Challa? In this episode we dissect the Marvel made 'Black Panther' and look to find all the nuances in its message. Looking forward to reading your thoughts in the comments section!

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