Back on December 28, 2012, we had a ground braking event. We had our first live podcast with Black men from three countries (Canada, the United States and England). The participants were:
Brandon Frame (United States: The Black Man Can, Facebook, @brandonframe, Host of the following Twitter chats: #BlackManMondays – tweets from and about Black men for the full day every Monday and #HipHopEd every Tuesday at 9 p.m. EST)
Alexander Mushore (England, @blackhistoryuk)
Colin Jobe (Host of “What’s Going On? at Remic TV)
During our discussion we chat about some of the events of 2011 inclucing Arab Spring, Could an Arab Spring happen in North America or England?, Blacks and the Economy, the article “If I Were A Poor Black Kid”, Blacks and social media and what was 2011 like for Black men. At the end of the show, each man gives his “three words for Black men for 2012”.
During our conversation, two books were mentioned. Click on each link for information on them:
Don’t Believe The Hype by Farai Chideya
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