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This Moment

This Moment

For the first time in centuries, the entire world is simultaneously confronting two global issues: the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Black Lives Matters protests. Speaking from two of the most significant epicenters of these issues, Stockholm and New York City, influential musical artist Jason Diakite aka Timbuktu and internationally renowned Chef Marcus Samuelsson examine the fascinating current events through the lenses of their respective current countries, their deep roots in both places and the thoughtfulness of two of the world's most respected creative artists in their fields. Together, along with their vast network of compelling global guests, they are able to uniquely capture This Moment for us all.

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#51 Something Has to Change

In this episode, Jason and Marcus react to what seems to be a never-ending cycle of police misconduct. This time involving the tragic deaths of 20-year-old Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, and 13-year-old Adam Toledo on the west side of Chicago.

 

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2021-04-20
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Forever X

In this episode Jason and Marcus talk about the Swedish hip hop scene and react to the passing of the legendary rapper DMX.

 

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2021-04-17
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#49 The Come up With Carlos Watson

In this episode, Marcus catches up with Emmy Award-winning journalist and OZY co-founder & CEO Carlos Watson. He talks about his humble beginnings and how those experiences helped him successfully pivot from one industry to the next.

 

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2021-04-14
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#48 Combating Anti-Asian Racism With Tricia Wang

In this episode, global tech ethnographer Tricia Wang helps us unpack the recent spa shooting in Atlanta, the growing number of hate crimes against Asians in the United States, and the origins of ?yellow peril.? Tricia also talks about how easily misinformation can be spread online and the importance of community building through neighborly outreach.

 

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2021-04-06
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#47 Women Of The Food World

In this episode, Marcus celebrates three women in the culinary world all from different countries and areas of expertise. We hear from Bon Appétit?s new Editor-in-Chief, Dawn Davis, who previews the latest issue of the magazine titled ?How 1971 Changed the Way We Eat Forever.? Next up is Gail Simmons, the cookbook author and judge on Bravo?s Top Chef. Gail details how she found her lane in the food space and shares the importance of amplifying underrepresented voices. Then we hear from Emelie Svensson, the co-owner of Restaurant Agnes, located in Stockholm. Emelie talks about her experience as an adopted Korean Swede and how she manages her restaurant.

 

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2021-03-31
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#46 Stop Hating

In this episode, Jason and Marcus react to the ongoing attacks against Asian Americans and take a stand against hatred. Later, Jason details his issue with the portrayal of the city of Malmö on a new TV show and Marcus shares how he stays creative during the pandemic.

 

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2021-03-24
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#45 The Anniversary of a Forgettable Year

In this episode, Jason and Marcus react to current events including President Biden?s historic 1.9 trillion dollar relief bill and Oprah?s TV special with Meghan Markle. They also reflect on this time last year when the COVID pandemic suddenly became a reality.

 

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2021-03-16
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#44 Don't Stay in Your Lane

In this episode we react to Zlatan Ibrahimovic's comments in regards to LeBron James and athletes who spread social/political messages; Basically telling LeBron and everyone to "stay in their lanes." Has Zlatan earned himself a red card? Tune in!

 

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2021-03-09
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#43 The Baddest Bitch in the Room- Ms. Sophia Chang

In this episode we follow the story of trailblazing hip hop manager Sophia Chang; the first Asian woman in hip hop. Sophia tells us how she left Canada and embarked on a journey that led her to cross paths with some of the biggest artists in the music business. Some of her notable clients include ODB, RZA, GZA and D'Angelo. Sophia shares how these relationships have impacted her life and led her down the path she's on now.

 

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2021-03-02
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#42 Black Awakenings With Roger Mooking

In this episode Jason and Marcus catch up with chef Roger Mooking for an honest conversation about music, food and his push to highlight stories from BIPOC communities in Canada. Also discussed is the importance of self care and techniques to cope with emotional trauma.

 

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2021-02-23
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#41 The True Original With Wyclef Jean

In this episode we hear from Hip-Hop legend Wyclef Jean as he shares how he went from being a kid in Haiti who?d never seen a white person to becoming one of the most internationally acclaimed musicians in recent memory. Wyclef talks about his signature sound, musical influences and even his creative process behind some of of his biggest production hits like ?My Love Is Your Love? with Whitney Houston. Also mentioned is the impact The Fugees had on the Swedish hip hop scene and his relationship with Avicii.

 

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2021-02-16
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#40 The Rise and Grind With Chef Kwame Onwuachi

In this episode Jason and Marcus catch up with James Beard award winning Chef and author Kwame Onwuachi. Kwame reflects on his humble beginning and tells the story of when he got sent away to Nigeria at age ten. Also discussed is the importance of cooking the food that's in your heart and the why representation matters even more for black chefs. Also, Marcus reflects on his own journey to Harlem.

 

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2021-02-09
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# 39 Understanding Diversity with Frans Johansson

In this episode,Jason & Marcus catch up with diversity guru Frans Johansson. Join us as Frans shares what it was like growing up mixed race with with American roots in Sweden and how that ultimately influenced his understanding of diversity. Frans also outlines ways in which Sweden and the United States can improve to help battle against discrimination in the workplace, why we should be careful to not misuse A.I (Articifial Intelligence) and his philosophy on understanding and determining value in life.

 

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2021-02-02
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#38 New Day in America

In this episode, Jason and Marcus reflect on the inauguration of U.S President Joe Biden and some of the work he's done in his first week.

 

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2021-01-26
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#37 A Voice of Reason With Al Gore

In this Episode, we chat with former U.S Vice President Al Gore. Join us as he explains how he went from being a journalist to becoming the most influential voice in environmentalism today. Mr. Gore also discusses the impact of his film "An Inconvenient Truth" and its effect on pop culture. Other topics include how COVID impacts wildlife, social injustice and his take on diversity.

 

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2021-01-19
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#36 The Evolution of Seinabo Sey

In this episode we meet with the amazing Seinabo Sey as she talks about her growth as an artist as well as some of her musical influences. Also discussed her love of Gambian culture, the importance of representation and her love of cooking.

 

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2021-01-12
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#35 Chaos on Capitol Hill

In this episode Jason and Marcus react to news of Trump supporters storming Capitol Hill on January 6th 2021.

 

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2021-01-08
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34# Favorite Moments- Where We Started & Where We're Headed

In this episode Jason & Marcus talk about the evolution of This Moment and what it's meant to them. They also discuss some of their favorite moments in the podcast so far.

 

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2021-01-05
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#33 I Got COVID

In real time, Jason and Marcus give an update on some unfortunate news in their personal lives.

 

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2020-12-31
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#32 Looking Back at 2020

In this episode, Jason and Marcus reflect on 2020; one of the craziest years of our lifetime. From COVID, George Floyd/ Breonna Taylor and conflict across the globe, it wasn't a pretty year to say the least. But a lot of good things have happened as well.

 

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2020-12-29
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#31 The Evolution of Protest With Aysha Jones

On this episode, Jason & Marcus catch up with Black Lives Matter Sweden founder Isatou Aysha Jones; the young activist responsible for the digital protest of the Swedish U.S embassy back on June 2nd 2020. Aysha talks about her fight for justice in helping make a better Sweden and the obstacles she faces along the way.

 

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2020-12-22
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#30 Respect on My Name featuring Alice Bah Kuhnke

In this epiosde we are joined by European Union Parliament member Alice Bah Kuhnke as she chats with us about her family values, her journey to politics and what it's like being a black woman in the parliament. Jason and Marcus also discuss with her the importance of representation and what comes next after politics.

 

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2020-12-15
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#29 Speaking Truth to Power with Angela Rye

In this episode Jason and Marcus celebrate the work of Angela Rye and get her take on what needs to happen within the Democratic Party for Biden to have a successful presidency.

Angela also shares with us who inspires her to continue doing the work she does.

 

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2020-12-08
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#28 Staying Original with Fantastic Negrito

Join Jason and Marcus as they catch up with grammy award winning artist Fantastic Negrito; who shares how he came transitioned from the streets of Oakland to traveling the world spreading love through song. The fellas also chat about their similar backstories, black roots music and the importance of staying true to yourself

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2020-12-01
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#27 Giving Thanks in Uncertain Times

In this episode Jason and Marcus share their favorite Thanksgiving menus, memories and tell us what they are thankful for despite uncertainty that lies ahead.

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2020-11-24
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#26 Are You Whole Or Are You Half- A discussion with Jonas Hassen Khemiri

In this episode Jason and Marcus talk to award winning author Jonas Hassen Khemiri about self identity in the Swedish world, his creative process and his latest book "The Family Clause."

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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonashassenkhemiri/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jhkhemiri

Homepage: www.khemiri.se 

 

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2020-11-17
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#25 History & Victory

In this episode Jason and Marcus reflect on the historic 2020 presidential results, the world reaction and the significance of the Biden/Harris win.

 

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2020-11-10
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#24 Election 2020: The Marathon Continues

In this episode, Marcus and Jason give their raw reactions the inconclusive U.S election results, Trump's strategy and what that means for the country and the world.

 

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2020-11-04
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#23 2020 U.S Pre-Election Check In

In this episode, Jason and Marcus share their pre election thoughts and make a case for optimism heading into the U.S presidential race.

 

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2020-11-03
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#22 Jazz and Next Generation With Jason Moran

This week, Marcus chats with pianist/composer Jason Moran about the current state of jazz during the pandemic, looking at the next generation of artists and his family values.

 

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2020-10-27
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#21 Post Traumatic Growth

This week, Marcus and Jason explore the theory of post traumatic growth and how it's helped them overcome painful experiences and survive 2020.

 

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2020-10-20
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#20 From The Carolinas to Silicon Valley

This week, Jason and Marcus sit down with Jotaka Eaddy, founder and CEO of Full Circle Strategies. They discuss the lack of diversity in the tech space and the need for Silicon Valley to build senior teams that reflect the voice of America. They also discuss bias in social media advertisements and potential solutions for the future.

 

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2020-10-13
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#19. Black Space

On this week?s episode of the show, Thelma Golden, Director and Chief Curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem joins Jason and Marcus to discuss the changes happening to cultural intuitions in Harlem and the upcoming Presidential Election. They discuss the early days of Red Rooster and the lessons learned from Harlem locals like Jason?s father. Thelma shares the importance of passing these lessons to the next generation. 

 

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2020-10-06
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#18. Black Farmers and Activism ? A Conversation with Karen Washington

This week, farmer and activist Karen Washington joins the show to share her upbringing and how she got into farming. They discuss the difference between food apartheid and food desert, along with the importance of promoting urban farming as a way for Black people to get access to nutritious meals. Karen shares her work in the activism space and how she started Rise & Root farm in Chester, New York. 

 

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2020-09-29
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#17 For the Love and Power of Books

Marcus and Jason discuss their upcoming book projects as life at home continues to adjust to the new normal. Marcus shares what he hopes readers will take away from his upcoming cookbook, ?The Rise: Black Cooks and the Soul of American Food? which will be released on October 27th. Jason talks about how being bullied at school as a child inspired the themes of empowerment in his new children?s book, ?Du har rätt!? which is out now.

 

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2020-09-22
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#16 Why We Need To Rewrite History The Right Way with Nikole Hannah-Jones

Pulitzer-prize winning New York Times reporter, Nikole Hannah-Jones, joins Marcus and Jason to discuss the creation of her 1619 audio project. She explains the history of slavery in the Unites States, the effects of voter suppression after the 2008 presidential election, the wealth gap, and the lessons history can teach America as it moves forward.

 

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2020-09-15
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#15 Hill Harper on Fatherhood, Justice and Playing Basketball with President Obama

Hill Harper joins the show this week to talk about his rise at Brown University and Harvard Law School to his success as an actor in Los Angeles. He shares what it was like being classmates with President Barack Obama while at Harvard. They also discuss the lessons Harper has learned as a father and the importance of combating racial injustice in America.

 

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2020-09-08
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#14 The Need for Food Equality with Chef Sophia Roe

In this week?s episode of This Moment, Jason and Marcus discuss America?s continued uproar for justice after the Jacob Blake shooting and the NBA?s response. Chef and wellness advocate Sophia Roe joins the show this week to share her upbringing and nuanced style of cooking. They discuss community wellness and what the terms ?food desert? and ?food apartheid? mean.  

 

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2020-09-01
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#13. Accepting Change with Chef Gregory Gourdet

In this week?s episode of This Moment, Jason and Marcus talk about the upcoming election and Democratic Vice-Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris. They speak with Portland-based chef Gregory Gourdet about his journey in the restaurant industry, sobriety, and the global impact of the protests happening right now in his hometown.

 

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2020-08-25
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#12 Standing for What Matters with Tennis Player James Blake

Jason and Marcus talk with tennis player James Blake about his career, from taking tennis lessons in Harlem when he was young to his current activism against police brutality. They discuss his rise in the sport of tennis, his story of being wrongfully tackled by the police, and the power athletes have to speak out against discrimination in society.

 

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2020-08-18
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#11 Life is to be lived with Run-DMC?s Darryl McDaniels

In this special episode of This Moment, Jason and Marcus talk with the iconic founding member of Run-DMC, Darryl McDaniels. They talk about the inception of the legendary rap group, Darryl?s struggles with addiction and the importance of therapy. Marcus and Darryl also share their experiences of being adopted and connecting with their birth parents.

 

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2020-08-11
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#10 Black Queers Sweden - Samuel Girma

In this episode, Jason and Marcus sit down with Samuel Girma, co-founder of Black Queers Sweden, a separatist, feminist, intersectional, and anti-racist group and movement by and for black Afro-Swedish LGBTQ+ people. They discuss the Black Lives Matter Movement in Sweden, celebrating pride during the pandemic, and the LGBTQ+ experience in Ethiopia. 

 

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2020-08-04
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#9 The Summer of the New Normal

In this episode of the podcast, Jason and Marcus talk about summer in the United States versus Sweden. Marcus shares how he?s been listening to Stevie Wonder?s music as a source of happiness during the pandemic and the recently aired Harlem Serves Up! TV special. Jason talks about how this is the first summer in a long time without performing and why July 22nd, 2011 in Norway is an important day of remembrance for him.

 

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2020-07-28
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#8 Dreams and Ubuntu

In this episode originally recorded in May, Marcus and Jason discuss the challenges faced by creatives during the pandemic. Marcus shares ideas about how to utilize outdoor space for safe dining at restaurants. Jason talks about a new song he has been working on inspired by his daughter. The two explain the meaning behind the South African phrase ?Ubuntu?.

 

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2020-07-21
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#7: What Are We Celebrating?

Jason and Marcus discuss what it's like celebrating national holidays in today's climate. The two talk about the Fourth of July in the United States compared to Sweden's National Holiday on June 6th. Marcus shares the process he went through to become a US citizen and what that means to him today. They also discuss what it was like being black while growing up in Sweden. 

 

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2020-07-14
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#6 The Talk - Talking About Racism with Kids

Jason and Marcus talk about how their parents spoke with them about racism and black identity when they were younger, along with how they will discuss these topics with their own kids. The guys call up Viktoria Walldin, a social anthropologist and friend of This Moment, to hear her thoughts on how she talks about racism with her children.

 

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2020-07-07
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#5 A Game of Monopoly with Author Kimberly Jones

In this special episode of This Moment, Marcus spends some time with activist and author Kimberly Jones. Discussions range from the origins of her recent viral and emotional video; to how early a black parent should have "the talk" with their child about racism; to the many ways Americans can truly influence and fight the injustices in their communities. 

 

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2020-07-03
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#4 Is it going to be alright?

First raw episode that was recorded without a production team at the beginning of a pandemic when no one knew what was gonna happen.

 

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2020-06-30
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#3 Change is hard

Marcus? feelings after seeing George Floyd's funeral. Jason unpacks the why, in why we protest all around the world. Statues are coming down, but change is hard and the racist structures are massive, it is in the air we breathe. 

 

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2020-06-23
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#2 I Can't Breathe - Marcus I really need to talk

A week of protesting and it?s spreading to the world. Jason and Marcus talk about the BLM protests in Harlem and Stockholm and how different the struggle for racial justice is perceived in the two countries. 

 

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2020-06-23
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