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Angel Eduardo and Connie Morgan talk about creativity, ending race and assuming the best about your ideological opposites. Angel works as Senior Writer & Editor for the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE), and serves as Chair of the Board of Directors for the Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism (FAIR). Show notes: Angel’s web…
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Angel Eduardo and Connie Morgan talk about creativity, ending race and assuming the best about your ideological opposites. Angel works as Senior Writer & Editor for the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE), and serves as Chair of the Board of Directors for the Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism (FAIR). Show notes: Angel’s web…
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In this episode Mike and Wink explore black identity, freedom, and tribalism, discussing Juneteenth and diverse paths to black American liberation. The conversation eventually shifts to Glenn C. Loury's new memoir Late Admissions, examining black conservatism’s nuances and the tension between individual and collective identities. They highlight cha…
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In this episode Mike and Wink explore black identity, freedom, and tribalism, discussing Juneteenth and diverse paths to black American liberation. The conversation eventually shifts to Glenn C. Loury's new memoir Late Admissions, examining black conservatism’s nuances and the tension between individual and collective identities. They highlight cha…
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Connie Morgan and co-founder of Every Black Life Matters Kevin McGary talk about family, fatherhood and why Karl Marx must have been demon possessed. Kevin also serves as Chairman of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of California and he’s an executive with the Douglass Leadership Institute. Show notes: Kevin’s book: DEI in 3D: Deciphering Designs,…
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Connie Morgan and co-founder of Every Black Life Matters Kevin McGary talk about family, fatherhood and why Karl Marx must have been demon possessed. Kevin also serves as Chairman of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of California and he’s an executive with the Douglass Leadership Institute. Show notes: Kevin’s book: DEI in 3D: Deciphering Designs,…
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Season 3 kicks off with Julian Brown. Julian is an amazing young man on a mission to clean up the oceans. He goes by the name of “Nature Jab” on social media where he has acquired hundreds of thousands of followers that tune-in to watch him innovate and build a microwave pyrolysis reactor in his backyard. Show notes: Julian’s website Donate to him …
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Season 3 kicks off with Julian Brown. Julian is an amazing young man on a mission to clean up the oceans. He goes by the name of “Nature Jab” on social media where he has acquired hundreds of thousands of followers that tune-in to watch him innovate and build a microwave pyrolysis reactor in his backyard. Show notes: Julian’s website Donate to him …
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Bowen and Twyman discuss the meaning of recent protests at college campuses. The conflict in the Middle East is not black and white but nuanced and complex, despite many believing they know the answer at the age of 21. Bowen and Twyman begin the episode with a review of a recent incident at the University of Mississippi between a black female prote…
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Bowen and Twyman discuss the meaning of recent protests at college campuses. The conflict in the Middle East is not black and white but nuanced and complex, despite many believing they know the answer at the age of 21. Bowen and Twyman begin the episode with a review of a recent incident at the University of Mississippi between a black female prote…
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Education SUMMER WORKSHOPS ON EMPOWERED SOCIAL JUSTICE A liberal democratic alternative to Critical Social Justice in K-12 Hosted by Dr. Tabia Lee We are thrilled to invite you to register for a special summer series on Empowered Social Justice, hosted by Dr. Tabia Lee, a co-founder of FBT and an expert in liberal democratic social justice educatio…
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Pride Month 2024 “AIN’T I A WOMAN” Spoken word honoring Sojourner Truth and feminine power. Dr. Tiffanie Victoria Jones I think about the women who… Use their God-given nurturing essence as homemakers to care for their husbands and rear children And the women who use their God-given intellect to teach others and share knowledge with the world And t…
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Pride Month 2024 “AIN’T I A WOMAN” Spoken word honoring Sojourner Truth and feminine power. Dr. Tiffanie Victoria Jones Music By David Hunte Tiffanie Victoria Jones (PhD, LMSW) is a New Orleans native. She earned a BA in Mass Communication from Dillard University, an MSW from the University of Missouri at Columbia, and a PhD in Social Work from How…
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Yaya Jata Fanusie has written for the Journal of Free Black Thought and has been a guest on the podcast. He is a former CIA analyst and creator of the thriller podcast The Jabbari Lincoln Files. Checkout the teaser trailer to better understand why it is a story worth your time. Journal of Free Black Thought is a reader-supported publication. To rec…
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Yaya Jata Fanusie has written for the Journal of Free Black Thought and has been a guest on the podcast. He is a former CIA analyst and creator of the thriller podcast The Jabbari Lincoln Files. Checkout the teaser trailer to better understand why it is a story worth your time.Af Free Black Thought
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This episode begins with a discussion about graduation speeches and the role of commencement day speakers. Wink shares his thoughts on what he would say in a commencement address, emphasizing the importance of respecting different perspectives and the power of conscience. Mike highlights the need to move away from outdated language tools and stereo…
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This episode begins with a discussion about graduation speeches and the role of commencement day speakers. Wink shares his thoughts on what he would say in a commencement address, emphasizing the importance of respecting different perspectives and the power of conscience. Mike highlights the need to move away from outdated language tools and stereo…
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The one and only Larry Wilmore closes out Season 2 of the Free Black Thought podcast. The man who should require little introduction as Emmy Award winner and has been a television producer, actor, comedian, and writer for more than 25 years. He can currently be heard as host of Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air on The Ringer Podcast Network. Larry on…
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The one and only Larry Wilmore closes out Season 2 of the Free Black Thought podcast. The man who should require little introduction as Emmy Award winner and has been a television producer, actor, comedian, and writer for more than 25 years. He can currently be heard as host of Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air on The Ringer Podcast Network. Larry on…
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In this episode, Wink and Michael delve into the notion of wise elders and the gap between generations, reflecting on past events' impact and current influences on younger generations. They examine the motivations behind youth activism and the societal role of wise elders, exploring constructive versus destructive activism and societal power dynami…
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A colorful, hilarious and passionate conversation with Seneca Scott who has worked as a Labor leader and community organizer for over 20 years. Despite being very pro-labor (when it comes to the private sector) Seneca is no leftist. He is fighting against corruption and radical progressive policies that have destroyed Oakland, California. Seneca’s …
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Connie Morgan and Nikki Johnson, MD discuss what’s wrong with the way we do healthcare today and how to fix it. Nikki was recently named interim director for FAIR in Medicine. Show notes: Nikki’s Website: nikkimjohnsonmd.com Nikki on X: @notaproviderMD Nikki on Substack DPC Action Free 2 Care Physicians for Patients Parents for Accountability in Cl…
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Chloé Valdary and host Connie Morgan discuss The Theory of Enchantment and how it can increase your well being. Chloé started her career as a Zionist activist but has shifted away from that line of work in her quest for universal delight. Show notes: Theory of Enchantment Enchanted Dojo Theory of Enchantment on X: @enchanttheory Theory of Enchantme…
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On March 10, 2024, American Fiction won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay. Twyman sees a break through film for our generation, our latter-day A Raisin in the Sun. Bowen doesn't see the genius of Lorraine Hansberry in novelist Monk Ellison and the Ellison family. Two thumbs up! Or Meh? You decide as Bowen and Twyman tussle it out. Show notes: W…
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Charles Jacobs is unafraid to talk about inconvenient truths. As president of the American Anti-Slavery Group Charles shines a light on modern day slavery in Africa. Show notes: The American Anti-Slavery Group Charles’s “Arab Enslavement and Slaughter of Black Africans Must Stop” in Tablet Magazine Christian Solidarity International Charles’s book …
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Pastor Corey Brooks spells out how he’s actually making a change in Chicago’s South Side. The Rooftop Pastor highlights the work his non-profit Project H.O.O.D. is doing and explains how he got his now infamous nickname. Show notes: Project H.O.O.D. New Beginnings Church News Coverage Rooftop Revelations Dion’s Chicago Dream Bright Star Metropolita…
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Wilfred Reilly has positioned himself online (and in person) as a wicked smart but rather hilarious cultural and political commentator. He and Connie discuss why it’s important to tell the truth and his assessment of who tends not to. References: Will on X: @wil_da_beast630 Pre-order Will’s book: Lies My Liberal Teacher Told Me: Debunking the False…
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Connie Morgan and Adam B. Coleman talk about the importance of asking questions, fathers in the home and putting your best foot forward. Adam was an early contributor to the Journal of Free Black Thought and also breaks down how he exploded onto the scene as a writer and commentator. Show notes: Adam’s book: Black Victim to Black Victor Adam on X: …
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The guys discuss stories of war, peace, betrayal, anguish, frustration, high expectations, self-doubt. Topics range from Russian literature to black American playwrights to Nigerians in the UK, John Brown & Harriet Tubman, TikTok, Marriage Story, Tony Soprano and Mike's novel in progress. Show notes: Wink’s “The Touch of the Russian Novelist” The F…
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Forward Party leader Barbara Gaskins breaks down her political evolution and why she thinks the Forward Party best serves the needs of the people and black Americans in particular. Stuff mentioned in this episode: Proteus Fund (Organization that pays protestors) Barbara on X: @Barbara4NC North Carolina Forward Party Barbara’s book recommendation: I…
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Professor of Sociology, education entrepreneur and co-author of the book The Black Intellectual Tradition Angel Adams Parham Stuff referenced in this episode: Angel’s book: The Black Intellectual Tradition: Reading Freedom in Classical Literature Angel’s book: American Routes Angel’s website: angelparham.com Nyansa Classical Community Angel’s co-au…
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Israel advocate Karys Rhea discusses a particular path to modern day anti-Zionism with Connie Morgan. Stuff referenced in this episode: Karys on X: @RheaKarys PEP David Bernstein’s FBT podcast episode: “Woke Antisemitism” Connie’s FBT podcast episode: “Candace vs Ben” CAMERA (Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis) Jewish Nati…
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Jason Littlefield is not just a co-founder of Free Black Thought but also the architect behind EmpowerED Humanity Theory. EmpowerEd Humanity Theory is an alternative framework by which to check the SEL/DEI/Antiracism box in a way that is helpful and healthy for humans. Referenced in this episode: EmpowerED Pathways Jason’s Book: Empowered Humanity …
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Entertainment podcaster and former CIA analyst Yaya Jata Fanusie and Connie Morgan talk writing, creating and religion. Stuff referenced in this episode: Yaya on X: @signcurve Jabbari Lincoln Files Podcast on X: @jabbarilincoln Jabbari Lincoln Files Podcast on Instagram: @jabbarilincoln JabbariLincoln.com Yaya’s “Hamas Are Not Muslim Freedom Fighte…
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Delano Squires tells Connie Morgan how to create a marriage culture within black America. Stuff referenced: Delano on X: @DelanoSquires Black and Married with Kids Ralph Wiley Authentically Black: Essays for the Black Silent Majority by John McWhorter Is Bill Cosby Right?: Or Has the Black Middle Class Lost Its Mind by Michael Eric Dyson Men Ain’t …
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Host Connie Morgan discusses what’s wrong with the culture and how to fix it with Kendall Qualls. Mr. Qualls is a businessman and president of the non-profit Take Charge. Take Charge responds to suspected arson. Stuff referenced in this episode: Take Charge Mr. Qualls’s book: The Prodigal Project Mr. Qualls’s “SCOTUS Affirmative Action Decision Ign…
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Episode 3 of our new series featuring FBT co-founder Michael David Cobb Bowen and author Winkfield Twyman Jr. Mike and Wink compare their respective imagined roles as King(s) of (black) History Month. "Mirrors on the ceiling The pink champagne on ice And she said, "We are all just prisoners here Of our own device" And in the master's chambers They …
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American and Israeli citizen Dmitri Shufutinsky talks what it means to be black, American, Israeli and Jewish, debunks some of the lies around Israel, explains how IDF service works and outlines how Aliyah is made. Stuff referenced in this episode: Dmitri on X: @dmitrishuf Dmitri on Facebook Dmitri’s “Black Excellence Is Not White Supremacy,” in th…
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An interview with musician JoDavi on living a traditional lifestyle while working as a professional musician. He and host Connie Morgan touch on his work in the pro-Israel space as well. We finally talk with the guy behind our theme song! Get tickets for JoDavi’s upcoming performance in Manhattan on March 28th and be part of his first live album re…
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Fantasy author, self-proclaimed dork and brother of Connie Morgan joins the show for a dose of nepotism and geeking out over the joy of reading fiction. Stuff referenced in this episode: Dylan’s website: dylanfmorgan.com Dylan’s Substack An introductory chapter of Godfall in the Journal of Free Black Thought Dylan on X: @DFMorganAuthor Dylan on Ins…
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MLK Day weekend 2024 “DOCTOR-KING” Spoken word honoring the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Elton Orlando Frank II Elton Orlando Frank II was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to parents of Caribbean and African-American ancestry. Though raised in the Baptist Church, he now is a Messianic Believer who enjoys studying, teaching, and preaching. He i…
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Episode 2 of our new series featuring FBT co-founder Michael David Cobb Bowen and author Winkfield Twyman Jr. Mike and Wink compare an episode of The West Wing with former Harvard University President Claudine Gay and her inability to speak with moral clarity about genocide of Jews in real time before Congress. Other fun stuff: The West Wing clip W…
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Racha Tahani Lawler and host Connie Morgan discuss what it means to be a black midwife supporting and promoting holistic birth. Racha owns the first and only Black owned birth cottage (center) in Central Virginia. Mentioned in this podcast: Racha’s website: gathergroundedmidwifery.com Racha’s GoFundMe Racha hosts monthly open houses for expecting p…
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Dr. Tiffanie Victoria Jones shares the story of her cancelation at an American university following her refusal to solely teach post modernism theories on gender. Stuff referenced in this episode: The David Reimer story On Christopher Dummit making up the idea that gender is a social construct Christopher Dummit’s “Confessions of a Social Construct…
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A new series attempting to answer the question, “What comes after black?” FBT co-founder Michael David Cobb Bowen and author Winkfield Twyman Jr.’s new podcast series. Other fun stuff: Mike’s FBT podcast episode: “Your Friendly Neighborhood Stoic” Wink’s FBT podcast episode: “A New Correspondence on Race” Mike’s “Black Suffering,” in the Journal of…
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Storyteller Yaya Jata Fanusie reflects on the classic Spike Lee film, Do the Right Thing. Stuff referenced in this episode: Original YouTube Commentary Yaya on X: @SignCurve "The Jabbari Lincoln Files” podcast Yaya’s “Hamas are Not Muslim Freedom Fighters,” in the Journal of Free Black Thought Podcast Theme Music by JoDavi…
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Political Commentator and moderator Ashira Solomon tells her side of the story as a black American-Israeli Jew. Stuff referenced in this episode: Ashira on Instagram: @RealAshiraSolomon Ashira on YouTube Ashira’s TV show “The Quad” on YouTube Ashira on X: @ashira_solomon Ashira’s website Podcast Theme Music by JoDavi…
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