Manage episode 296723662 series 2880600
This week's church announcements include a discussion about the Black TikTok Creator strike, Oli London's 'Transracial' identity, IKEA's new gay couches, the collapse of Champlain Towers, and the delta variant.
WORD OF POD FOR THE PEOPLE OF POD
Last week, Bill Cosby was released from prison after the state supreme court overturned his conviction. Brandon, Katie, and Sam discuss the importance of believing women, theories of justice, and whether or not we can still watch 'The Cosby Show' guilt-free. The discussion also includes an update on the latest social media feuds and faux pas between Phylicia Rashad and Black Twitter, Marc Lamont Hill, and Judge Joe Brown.
BOOKS, ARTICLES, AND OTHER RESOURCES
- Book | No, You Shut Up: Speaking Truth to Power and Reclaiming America | Symone D. Sanders
- Book | Unbound: My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too Movement | Tarana Burke (forthcoming)
- Book | The Moment: Standing Up to Bill Cosby, Speaking Up for Women | Andrea Constand (forthcoming)
- NY Times | Bill Cosby's Release Prompts Criticism From #MeToo, Praise From the Actress Phylicia Rashad | Lauren McCarthy
- NY Times | Her Book Described Bringing Cosby to Justice. Then He Was Freed | Melena Ryzik
- Newsweek | Why Was Bill Cosby Released? | Emma Nolan
- Newsweek | Rachel Dolezal Defends 'Transracial' Influencer Oli London | Ryan Smith
- NY Times | Are Black Creators Really On 'Strike' From TikTok? | Taylor Lorenz & Laura Zornosa