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An in depth look into the intentional politicization, economics and community impact of food on a global scale. Food impacts more than just our daily nutrition and can be a way to wage wars & control populations. Through conversations with experts and everyday people, we will learn the true impact of food.
 
Who Was Prince? is the ultimate look at the greatest and most mysterious musician of the modern era. Prince was a genius singer, songwriter, guitarist, and performer but how did he create so much music, what was he like as a person, what was his childhood like? This eight episode series is built on interviews with people who were close to him—people who played in his bands, managed his career, engineered his music, or dated him. We explore his multiple personalities, his love of basketball, ...
 
We all have setbacks, struggles, and tough moments. Paralympian Lacey Henderson talks to influencers, entrepreneurs, athletes, activists, creatives, and more to conversate about powering through life’s challenges and finding humor throughout it all. This show is for the losers, the ones who made it through the awkward years and came out stronger for it on the other side. Because at the end of the day, at one point or another, we’ve all been Picked Last in Gym Class. Host: Lacey Henderson Exe ...
 
Named to TIME Magazine’s list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2012, licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen discusses mental health, emotional well-being and finding our healthy “inner space”. She talks with public figures in sports, entertainment, business, religion and politics to help us learn more about developing healthy habits, recognizing the signs of emotional pain in ourselves and our loved ones, and finding ways to care for those who are suffering. ...
 
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Original Air date: July 8, 2020 Joe Budden is… an original. There’s no one like him. You can see why he’s a great broadcaster in this throwback interview from 2020 and why he doesn’t need anyone else to be big in media. We talk about how he made it big as a podcaster and his music as well. Patreon.com/toureshow Instagram: @toureshow Twitter: @toure…
 
Laurieann Gibson is a legend, an icon, and a critical part of dance and hiphop culture for decades. So much of what we have loved about culture comes from her mind. I’ve known her forever and it was a thrill to talk to her about dance, culture, hiphop, and how she made it. To hear this awesome conversation go to http://patreon.com/toureshow and sub…
 
If someone showed up with a time machine and said your Black ass has to go back to another time in American history, when would you go back to? Most of us would say no, I’m not going anywhere. But some of us might say the 1960s would be cool. But is there a reason to want to go back even further? To go back to the 1700s or the 1600s? This week we d…
 
Tamika Mallory is a warrior who’s constantly fighting for Black people. Her new book State of Emergency lays out how we should fight to change America to be more just and equitable for Black people. She’s inspiring and powerful and it’s an honor to be her friend. We talk about Breonna Taylor and all the ways she’s fighting for Black people. Get hal…
 
85% of food consumed in Puerto Rico is imported to the island. How does food dependence on the US mainland affect the relationship between the two? How does the addition of a Category 5 Hurricane affect an already perilous system? Cristina talks with Tara Rodriguez Besosa, an organizer and architect about creating a non-profit collective there call…
 
Original Air Date: May 1, 2019 Sam Jay has a hot new HBO show called Pause and we love that because she’s hysterical and she’s had a really fascinating life. We talked about her journey from Boston to professional comedy in this 2019 interview where she gets into how she couldn’t be her best self onstage until she fully came to grips with who she r…
 
White people stay plotting… From Naomi Osaka to Simone Biles to Venus Williams we’re talking about women we love who give us strength. And we talk about Black TV we love because self-care matters. And wypipo are crazy. Stay strong. Hosts: Danielle Moodie & Touré Executive Producer: Adell Coleman Senior Producer: Ryan Woodhall Producer: Quinton Hill…
 
Everyone knows Hill Harper as an actor but he’s become such a big fan of Bitcoin that he’s opened theblackwallstreet.com in hopes of helping Black people learn about and buy Bitcoin. It’s an amazing investment opportunity that a lot of people are curious about but haven’t tried yet. Check out our in depth convo about crypto and see if it’s is for y…
 
As kids, a lot of us are taught that it is bad manners to engage in thoughtful political discourse over a meal. Is it based on a fear of causing an argument or is it that we don’t know how to have difficult conversations in a constructive way? To get to the root of the issue Cristina talks with two people who never shy away from giving their opinio…
 
Original Air Date: January 17, 2018 Patrisse Cullors is stepping away from BLM so it’s a good time to look back at our 2018 interview diving into her incredible life that includes victories over poverty, homophobia, family incarceration, and a police force the criminalized her as a child—She dealt with all the pain, chaos and repression in her life…
 
Nikole Hannah Jones is the scariest Black person in America right now because she makes white people aware of themselves and their history and the racism they’ve been a part of. Why is Nikole and 1619 and Critical Race Theory so frightening? Why is it that the right wants us to keep Dr. Seuss but cancel Nikole Hannah Jones? And how can you be racis…
 
Djimon Hounsou is the star of A Quiet Place Part II and an actor with uncommon intensity. It really seems like a fire burns inside of him. We talk about his acting and his new movie and what it was like to be young and broke and homeless in Paris. He’s had an amazing life journey. Toure Show Episode 247 Host & Writer: Touré Senior Producer: Jackie …
 
Original Air Date: January 8, 2020 Nikole Hannah Jones is in the news because UNC turned her down for a professorship even though she’s a MacArthur Genius grant recipient and a Pulitzer Prize winner so it’s a good tome to throwback to our 2020 interview. But what’s really going on is she’s the creator of the amazing 1619 project for The NY Times an…
 
To hear this awesome conversation go to http://patreon.com/toureshow and subscribe. For just $5 a month you get 4 Friday Patreon exclusives and the full version of our Wednesday shows and you get to help us keep making this show! Isaiah Jackson has been deep in the Bitcoin world for years and he’s done well and he’s trying to get others involved be…
 
The GOP blocks an inquiry into 1/6 because they’re a garbage party that’s detached from reality. But—Trump is close to facing *criminal* charges! Do Danielle and Toure think he’s going to… prison? Unsurprisingly, they disagree. Democracyish. Hosts: Danielle Moodie & Touré Executive Producer: Adell Coleman Producer: Ryan Woodhall Editor: Quinton Hil…
 
Ian Dunlap is the Master Investor, Mr. Stock Market, the man who understands the game and dispenses wisdom about how to build wealth on the podcast Market Mondays. I’ve been listening to what he says and building a strategy around his teachings and watching the money grow. But it takes years… Listen to this episode only if you want build wealth and…
 
Original Air Date: August 21, 2019 Mayor Keisha recently announced that she is not running for re-election so now’s a good time to look back at a great conversation with an extremely inspiring elected official who’s made big changes to criminal justice systems in Atlanta and re-opened the investigation into the infamous Atlanta Child Murders of 197…
 
Tracy K Smith is one of America’s great poets—she was Poet Laureate from 2017-2019. We talk about poetry and writing and America and the time we were in creative writing grad school together. This is a Patreon exclusive—go to http://patreon.com/toureshow to subscribe and for just $5 a month you get four exclusives plus the full 60 minute version of…
 
Now for something completely different—this week Toure and Danielle are on vacation and the show has been taken over by “Josh” and “Brittany” two Black MAGA-loving maniacs. They’re Black but not like Black-Black. You’ll see. It’s a very special episode of Democracyish or I should say MAGAish. Hosts: Danielle Moodie & Touré Executive Producer: Adell…
 
Roy Wood Jr is en Fuego. He’s on the Daily Show, he’s got a new podcast, he’s got TV shows he’s producing and a standup special he’s creating. He’s been productive during the pandemic! We talk about his work, his process, and what it means to be funny. Toure Show Episode 243 Host & Writer: Touré Senior Producer: Jackie Garofano Assistant Producer: …
 
Salim Akil is a major TV creator—he’s created, executive produced and directed lots of shows—Black Lightning, Being Mary Jane, The Game, Girlfriends, and more. We talk about how to create a show, how to pitch a show, and how to keep a show going once you’ve gotten a greenlight. Anyone who wants to be in TV or to understand TV this is for you. To he…
 
Over here we have lefties who won’t take the vaccine. Over here we have righties who won’t accept Critical Race Theory. Both of y’all are workin our last nerve. Plus why Kamala Harris can’t say America is a racist nation even though we know that she knows the deal. Democracyish. Hosts: Danielle Moodie & Touré Executive Producer: Adell Coleman Produ…
 
Sananda Maitreya is one of the greatest singer-songwriters of his time. I have been a huge fan of the artist formerly known as Terrence Trent D’Arby for many years and it was an honor to talk to him about music and his career and his life and why his career didn’t get even bigger—which has a lot to do with Michael Jackson sabotaging him. Sananda no…
 
This week we’re headed down South to investigate the culinary and cultural traditions of Southern Cooking. From Native American peoples to slavery, many elements have contributed to the rich history in Southern cooking today, all interwoven in sociopolitical relationships. In the first half of the show Cristina talks with Soul Food Scholar, Adrian …
 
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