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Shermichael and Antonia talk with the black, conservative, student, and social media rising star, Charrise Lane, about her thoughts on the rising tide of socialism within her generation, the concept of being “pro-black” and black love. And her concerns for the future of conservatism for Gen Zers.
Entrepreneur, activist, and co-founder of the Community Resource Center North Charleston, Shakem Akhet shares his story of being a troubled youth, to someone who turned his life around and has dedicated himself to creating change in the inner city. His riveting story will capture your attention and imagination about what’s possible for today’s troubled youth in inner cities across America.
Lenny McAllister of Red State joins Antonia and Shermichael on this episode to talk about his article ‘A Most American City Becoming Increasingly Unliveable’ where they talk about the decline of American cities and how a lack of interest in politics on the local level has contributed to this decline.
Read his article here: https://www.redstate.com/lenny_mcallister/2020/09/13/a-most-american-city-becoming-increasingly-unlivable/
Co-chair of Pro-Life Voices for Trump Coalition, Christina Bennett @BlackProLifeWoman) and Charmaine Davis of The AND Campaign’s new bipartisan initiative, “The Whole Life Project,” join Antonia Okafor Cover this week to see if it is possible for Republicans and Democrats to see eye to eye on the pro-life movement.
Nick Cannon, the creator of the popular Wild ‘N Out, was fired by Viacom for saying racist and anti-Semitic statements on a podcast on June 30th. Bethany Mandel, the editor of Ricochet, joins Shermichael and Antonia to breakdown the long-standing tension between some in the black and Jewish communities.
Since its inception, BLM has caused a lot of controversies. While it has its share of supporters, it also has its share of detractors.
To discuss the criticisms behind the movement, Shermichael and Antonia interview Democrat Strategist and Johns Hopkins University Professor, Wendy Osefo, Ph.D., and Pastor Darrell Scott, senior pastor of New Spirit Revival Center and CEO of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump and the author of the upcoming book, “Nothing to Lose.”
After the murder of George Floyd and the protesting that quickly ensued in response, a movement has been reborn: A call to defund the police. But there’s confusion about what defunding the police really looks like, leaving many wondering what it all means.
Shermichael and Antonia interview MSNBC Contributor and Professor at Morgan State University, Jason Johnson, Ph.D., and Jonathan Blanks, a visiting fellow in criminal justice at the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity to get to honest answers.
The tragic death of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man that was chased and killed by two white men in Southern Georgia, has put the Black Lives Matter movement and the broader topic of racism back into the news cycle. It also has put the history of lynching and anti-lynching bills back into the spotlight. In this episode, Shermichael and Antonia discuss the history of lynching and also interview key experts in the subject of lynching in America as well as the Ahmaud Arbery case as it unfolds.