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The goal of the #ITSNEEDED Podcast is to bridge the gap between Law Enforcement and the community. The host, Ryan Tillman, is the founder of Breaking Barriers United and a police officer in Southern California. Ryan is joined by his co-host Officer Anthony Johnson, A.K.A. "The Dancing Cop”.
 
Episode 105 of Real Black News features Black and Native American activist/author, Queen Yonasda, who talks about the Native American vote that helped Biden win despite some tribes voting Republican. She shares an update on the Dakota Access Pipeline, water protectors who contracted cancer, corporate terrorism, Revolutionary Healing, and her biggest fight as a single mother battling lung cancer. Other topics include Morris Brown University, an update on #EndSARS, the first Black astronaut on ...
 
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Derek Williams recently retired as the Police Chief at Ontario Police Department in Southern California. He is also one of the reasons Ryan became a police officer. Today we have him in the studio to discuss how things have changed since he got into law enforcement in 1991. Need supplements? Get 25% off with promo code: ITSNEEDED at https://thinlin…
 
Episode 105 of Real Black News features Black and Native American activist/author, Queen Yonasda, who talks about the Native American vote that helped Biden & Kamala win. She shares an update on the Dakota Access Pipeline, water protectors who contracted cancer, corporate terrorism, Revolutionary Healing, and her biggest fight as a single mother ba…
 
Let's welcome back our guest Leon Ford. 8 years ago he was shot by police and has been in a wheel chair since, but his story does not stop there. Over the past year Ryan, AJ, and Leon have developed a friendship and on this episode they share about what they are doing together to make positive change. Need supplements? Get 25% off with promo code: …
 
Episode 104 of Real Black News features a special celebration of Trump’s soon-to-come departure and the historic win of President-elect Joe Biden and the first woman, Black, and South Asian Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. Correspondents from across the nation and world chime in from their respective states and countries. Atlanta-based reporter …
 
Episode 103 of Real Black News features hip hop record label legend and co-founder of Ruff Ryders Records Chivon Dean. She thinks back on her time starting the label with her brothers Waah and Dee, provides tips on building a family business and LLC. And she discusses her journey transitioning from hip hop into social services work in the alcohol a…
 
Episode 102 of Real Black News features a talk with Dr. Monique Morris, Author and Executive Producer of the PBS Documentary Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools. Dr. Morris discusses her work, how she’s raised her daughters to have options, and she provides tips for parents on how to work with schools and prepare their children t…
 
Today's podcast was mainly about mental health calls and how it would look with social workers being a part of departments, but we also talked about a wide variety of topics including Ice Cube working with trump, and Joe Biden's comment about police shooting people in the leg. Need supplements? Get 25% off with promo code: ITSNEEDED https://thinlin…
 
Episode 101 of Real Black News features an intimate conversation with the Rza who reflects on raising his son during the pandemic, lessons learned from fathering multiple children, the future of Wu-Tang: An American Saga, politics, hip hop, and directing his new film Cut Throat City. While civil rights lawyer and president of Democrats for Educatio…
 
Sheldon Harris was a police officer in Ohio for 5 years before recently going into full time ministry. On this episode we hear his story about why he got out of law enforcement, how law enforcement changed over the 5 years he was in it, and what he is doing now. To submit your final fitness challenge photo email us at: itsneededpodcast@gmail.com Su…
 
Episode 100 of Real Black News features a celebration of listener love, 100 episodes, and a serious conversation with legendary hip hop pioneer and founding member of the first all-female Hip Hop group Mercedes Ladies, Sheri Sher. A sexual assault survivor featured in the movie On the Record, Sheri shares why she didn’t initially come out against R…
 
Episode 99 of Real Black News features screenwriter and NY Times bestselling author of The Color of Water James McBride whose TV show based on his National Book Award-winning novel The Good Lord Bird premieres on Showtime in October starring Ethan Hawke. McBride discusses the problem with most Hollywood slave narratives, why his story about aboliti…
 
You have heard it. People talking about how the entire system is broken. So no matter what race you are, no matter how good of a cop you are, the system you work within is in itself, racist. Making you racist. Nah, let's discuss. Support our sponsors and get healthy! https://thinlineanthem.com/ Join Our Email List: https://www.itsneededpodcast.com/…
 
Episode 98 of Real Black News features Golden Globe-nominated actor and star of Tenet, John David Washington, who shares details of being the first black lead in a Chris Nolan film, acting tips from his parents Pauletta & Denzel Washington, managing asthma and dyslexia, the first time he was called the N-Word, and thoughts on this week’s top 5 blac…
 
Episode 97 of Real Black News features veteran journalist, writer, editor, executive producer, and showrunner of the Lena Horne Prize for Artists Creating Social Impact, Kierna Mayo. She discusses the state of Black media, sexual assault in hip hop, her appearance in the movie On the Record, and the sexuality awakening. Other topics include Chadwic…
 
Major Williams is running for Governor of California as a republican. In this episode we discuss what it means to be running as a republican in this state, current issues, and ideas he has for the future. To learn more about Major Williams and his campaign visit: https://majorforgovernor.com/ Support our sponsors and get healthy! https://thinlinean…
 
Episode 96 of Real Black News features Alabama activist Chikesia Clemons who discusses her run for city council after physically and emotionally surviving the trauma of a viral police assault at Waffle House in Prichard, AL. Chikesia shares how she bounced back, her fitness regime, issues in her community, solutions, advice for assault survivors, a…
 
Oliver Hudson is an American actor, podcaster, and a new friend of ours! Today we talk about facts vs. feelings. It is a good thing to empathize with people and understand where they are coming from, but when is it appropriate to bring up the actual facts on a situation looking past the feelings? -To join our #ITSNEEDED email list: itsneededpodcast…
 
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