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Black Men Can't Jump [In Hollywood] is a comedic podcast that reviews films with leading actors of color and analyzes them in the context of race and Hollywood's diversity issues. Hosted by Jonathan Braylock, Jerah Milligan, and James III. BMCJ is an iTunes Editor's Choice podcast and has reached #2 on the iTunes Film/TV charts. BMCJ has also been covered by multiple websites including Huffington Post, Splitsider, Salon, The Daily Dot, and more. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.
 
The Black Men Don't Cheat Podcast Just four faithful black men, discussing everything and anything under the sun. We hope to entertain as well as educate, and hopefully give you a few laughs along the way. Featuring; SD Twitter & Instagram; @ShayLTM Madz Twitter & Instagram; @MadzHalfLife Tunde Twitter & Instagram; @_GoodbyemrA Wesley Twitter; @__WesleyBD Instagram; @Wesley_BD
 
Black Men in White Coats podcast is dedicated to telling the stories of black male clinicians. Our goal is to inspire others to pursue careers in healthcare, and to promote a positive narrative for black men overall. By allowing black male clinicians to tell their stories, we aim to touch minds and touch hearts. *Hosted and founded by Dale Okorodudu, MD.
 
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This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast picks up where we left off with a love letter to the Snyderverse which leads to a discussion on Hollywood Nepotism. Riker says we can’t cape for Goldie Han and Armstead couldn’t be here but Reed and DJ ALL MIGHT go back n’ forth on which Wayans generation they want to keep. DJ ALL MIGHT brings us the t…
 
I was honored to have a long time buddy of mine, Dr. Danielle Ward share her amazing journey to medicine. She shares how her relentless mindset allowed her to overcome a 2.2 GPA and low MCAT scores to now getting accepted to plastic surgery residency. Did I mention she accomplished this as a single mother? You don't want to miss this episode.…
 
This week, special guest Annmarie Yoo joins Jon, James, and Jerah to review the Oscar-nominated film “Minari.” The film follows a Korean-American family as they move to rural Arkansas and work to make their dreams come true. The film stars Steven Yeun, Youn Yuh-jung, Alan S. Kim, and Han Ye-ri. Produced by Melisa D. Monts Executive produced by Bret…
 
We made it to the end of season 1! In this episode we talk a bit about making it to the end of the season and where we go from here. We also talk about why we read so much and some of the books that have blessed us this year. To support our Patreon and get more content from us go here: https://www.patreon.com/threeblackmen?fan_landing=true…
 
He started playing hockey later than most of his teammates. He made up it with hard work. Not only did he manage becoming a high school MVP, Jeremy Stegall played college level hockey in Banff, Canada. Years later, when he found himself divorced, he did what he knows todo. He put in the work. The result is a new, stronger relationship and a book ab…
 
The very last Zoom episode before we're back in the studio baby. Plenty happened this week so we managed to touch on a few subjects. This week we discussed:- Derrick Jaxn and his wife- Is love the biggest risk you'll ever take?- Cheeks Tax + moreOur socials;SDTwitter & Instagram;@ShayLTMMadzTwitter & Instagram;@MadzHalfLifeTundeTwitter & Instagram;…
 
This week, we speak with one of Chicago's finest, Dr. Carl Lambert. We learn how his upbringing molded him into a top-notch, humble and compassionate physician. He shares with us the role his faith has played in caring for his patients and how he was selected in the recent LeBron James commercial. IMPORTANT LINKS CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THIS POD…
 
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast starts with a spirted discussion on people and the current campaign on hate. Riker says people can get up for whatever they believe in and DJ ALL MIGHT says social media is a modern disaster. Armstead couldn’t be here but Reed and DJ ALL MIGHT go back to back on music and Craig decided he didn’t want t…
 
After the first of several nights meant for the Miami party scene, Monk Coleman's body gave him a warning shot. It was the blood that scared him. Thirteen years of sobriety later, he's a natural, vegan bodybuilder with a message. His book Love Over Fear: A Guide to Peace and Purpose says it all. In addition to being an author and bodybuilder, Monk …
 
What's up fam! Today is PreMed Mondays. We run a PreMed Mastermind group that meets on Monday evenings and the idea came up to answer a premed question on the BMWC every Monday. Today's question comes from one of our PreMed Mondays members (www.PreMedMondays.com), Kim. She's curious about establishing and maintaining relationships with Deans at Med…
 
This week, James, Jerah, and Jonathan review the 1997 film “Money Talks,” starring Chris Tucker and Charlie Sheen. The film follows a small-time hustler and a news reporter as they flee from police and criminals. Produced by Melisa D. Monts Executive produced by Brett Boham, Joe Cilio and Alex Ramsey Listen to Black Men Can't Jump [In Hollywood] Ad…
 
What do you tell your little son when a classmate of his says all Black people are stupid? I was caught off guard last night when my son nonchalantly shared this with me during dinner. Check out how the conversation went down. IMPORTANT LINKS CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST ON ITUNES! CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST ON GOOGLE PODCAS…
 
Marriage, then kids. As can sometimes be the case, there were plenty of examples of either the opposite order or skipping the marriage step entirely. Quinard Edwards is a proud husband and father who has created a satisfying, happy family life for himself. As a matter of fact, having satisfying interactions at home, at work and everywhere else is a…
 
I don't know how many brothers have a Ph.D. in electrical engineering. I also don't know how many brothers run businesses in the fields of block chain technology and artificial intelligence. I just know that Dr. Larry Davis is one of them. He's seriously funny and unflinchingly committed to modeling success. He's co-founder of xchainz.io and founde…
 
First, James, Jerah, and Jon talk to Sheldon Lyn, who was part of McKinsey & Company’s report on Black representation in film and television. Then, special guest Shamarah Hernandez joins to review “The Forty-Year-Old Version,” which follows a New York City playwright as she turns 40 and reinvents herself as a rapper. The film is directed by, writte…
 
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast starts with DJ ALL MIGHT giving a story on a prominent episode of racism in his life. We recall how a real life meetup went and everyone wants to know where Reed got his hat. Armstead and DJ ALL MIGHT discuss things they won’t act like aren’t guilty pleasures and then we go in on the coward Joseph Boss…
 
People go "Wow" over his wedding. Let me just say I wish everyone would do it like they did. Cocktails. Dinner. Then the nuptials. Oh, and it was one of CELEBrations televised nuptials, officiated by (now) Representative Karen Bass and some names I'll let him drop. Don't conclude this brother lacks depth, though. Intellectual, social and political …
 
While at his Dad's favorite barber shop, Wen Smith noticed the way one of the patrons, an L A County Sheriff, conducted himself. He was friendly, respected and Black like him. Year's later this same man would be one of the lead experts leading his first training to enter law enforcement. Nearly twenty years later, Wen works to recover firearms from…
 
This week special guest Kat Lerner joins James, Jerah, and Jonathan to review the Disney film “Raya and the Last Dragon.” The film follows Raya as she has to find the last dragon to unite her community and defeat the enemy for good, all by trusting. It is voiced by Kelly Marie Tran and Awkwafina and is directed by Don Hall and Carlos López Estrada.…
 
This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast we are joined by our special guest Cyrus McQueen. Starting off on 100% the groups goes in on our views of the breaking news of TI’s allegations. Reed gives TI the benefit of the doubt and Riker highlights how his African friends pointed out that TI never denied the sex part. DJ ALL MIGHT reminds the gr…
 
He started off as a poetry major. Then he read Why Should White Guys Have All The Fun by Reginald Lewis. Taj A. Eldridge, venture capitalist, defines success as the point at which there is available capital for every Black entrepreneur who needs it. He's at work on it, too. His company just raised $250,000,000 to help fund businesses founded by peo…
 
His father had one condition for the coaches who recruited his son to California. "He graduates on June 10th. We need him out of here by June 12th." It's both funny and poignant. Alonzo Duncan has worked in law enforcement for nearly thirty years. He started his career working within a prison and now works as a parole agent in the Los Angeles area.…
 
This week James, Jerah, and Jonathan review “Coming 2 America.” The film is a sequel to the 1988 film “Coming to America,” and follows Prince Akeem of Zamunda, who discovers he has a long-lost son and goes back to the United States to unite with this new heir. The film is directed by Craig Brewer, and stars Arsenio Hall, Jermaine Fowler, and Wesley…
 
A week closer to freedom that we have rightfully deserved. The streets will be seeing us at every function. This episode we discuss:- SD's Wedding Planning- Sarah Everard- Who is the worst in the group + moreOur socials;SDTwitter & Instagram;@ShayLTMMadzTwitter & Instagram;@MadzHalfLifeTundeTwitter & Instagram; @_GoodbyemrAWesleyTwitter & Instagram…
 
His father was a hard working Liberian who came to America and met his mother. George Boley, Jr. spent several years of his childhood in Liberia. He even found himself studying martial arts with the same Korean master who taught Liberian special forces. Not only is he a now a double Black Belt, he's a martial arts instructor, entrepreneur, real est…
 
Before he left his St. Louis neighborhood, twelve friends lost their lives to violence. He knew he needed to go. His father did, too. Hear how Danny Young found his way to the Marines, to California and into a two decades long career in law enforcement. And he found his way to Christ, too. He's also an ordained minister. Favorite movies: A Few Good…
 
One of the questions I'm often asked is what means do I use to impact my mission! Well....writing books is definitely one of them. In this episode, I'm joined by my buddy Dr. Stephen Noble who is cardiothoracic surgeon and new author. We discuss using children's books as a vehicle to increase interest in medicine for youth. Both Dr. Noble and I hav…
 
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