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May 24, 2022

In this final episode of our 4th season, host Rahbin Shyne reflects on this pivotal moment in the United States' history when white supremacy is on the rise and the voting rights gained from the 1960s Civil Rights movement are on the wane.

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May 17, 2022

In the hospital recovering from surgery, Leroy Mitchell was depressed and without purpose. The NFL was the long game. There was no back-up plan that interested him. Fortunately the well-timed gift of a Bell Hooks' book from his mentor changed his life. It offered a new way to view his life, his maleness, his future....


May 10, 2022

After Greg Hall, M.D. started volunteering in his community, he was tapped by the Governor's office to join the Ohio Committee on Minority Health. That was the beginning of his growing expertise on the health disparities between African-Americans and other racial groups. Reading research study after research study, he...


May 3, 2022

How often have you come across a male nurse African-American nurse? Not so often, right? Demarcus Stevenson assures me there are plenty around when the National Black Nurses Association hosts a gathering.

Demarcus is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Nursing Practice (D.N.P.), after earning his B.S. in Nursing and M.S....


Apr 26, 2022

Raised in Temple Hills, Maryland, just outside of Washington, D.C, a young Eric Archer frequently visited the Smithsonian museums. He fondly remembers standing underneath an iconic (now defunct) whale exhibit at the Museum of Natural History. It left quite an impression. He's now a Marine Biologist based in San Diego...