Feb 12, 2019
Nat Turner was inspired by Christianity to forge a path of liberation as Moses and Jesus had done. Here's a quick look at his efforts to pave the way for the freedom of his people.
Feb 11, 2019
This Black History Mini-Pod focuses on the most famous Black person in the world, President Barack Obama.
Obama's rise to the White House and massive accomplishments as POTUS have made him not just famous, but an incredibly important global figure.
Find out more in this small but mighty podcast!
Feb 8, 2019
John Keele returns to chat with Franklin about the raucous NBA trade deadline, which Eastern teams made the biggest moves and whether anyone can challenge the Warriors (now or ever!) dynasty.
John drops some knowledge about advanced stats and we even discuss whether there’s a place in this new landscape for Carmelo...
Feb 7, 2019
Paul Robeson, legendary Renaissance man, is the subject of this Black History Mini-Pod. Robeson's legacy has been given limited attention because of his associations with socialist groups. The unpopularity of his political thought should never obscure his tremendous accomplishments. Don't let McCarthy win!
Feb 4, 2019
Franklin shares his reflections on the life and sacrifice of Rosa Parks, “the mother of the Civil Rights Movement”.
Enjoy this short, important podcast.