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Episode 31: Our Unconscious Bias in Hair & Clothing; Mandatory Paid Sick Leave is Not the Answer; Universal Basic Income is the Answer; Plus Promo for Out of Boundz Podcast Live Feed on Thursday

In this episode, I discuss how we have unconscious biases in how we want people to dress and wear their hair in certain settings and how that needs to change as well as try to explain the inadvertent racism within these “rules”.  Then I get into a discussion about the Liberal’s Mandatory Paid Sick Leave […]

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Episode 28: Happy International Women’s Day! Sexist Pastors Can Get Out of Here, Change Is The Only Constant & the Evolution of Social Media Influencers (Clip from Charity Stripe Commentary)

It’s International Women’s Day! In this episode, I discuss the disgusting human being that is “Pastor” Stewart-Allen Clark and how women should not stand for men like this.  I lament on the fact that we need more women in power and change is the only constant.  We need to accept change if we are to […]

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Episode 7: #WhiteHistoryMonth & Education Inequality, NFL Week 5 Picks & Titans COVID Problems…

In this episode, my White History Month segment has to do with Education Inequality.  Then I give my Week 5 NFL Picks as well as my thoughts on the Tennessee Titans inability to control their COVID outbreak. Referenced: Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History episode about Brown v. Board of Education. You can listen below or Follow/Subscribe […]

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Why don’t Women have Equal Rights in the US?

Did you know that the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) is still only a PROPOSED Amendment to the Constitution in America? On March 22nd, 1972, the US Senate approved the ERA (after the US House of Representatives had approved on October 12th, 1971) which meant that it was sent to each State legislature for ratification. Currently, […]