The Apocalypse is rolling along, and the media is trying to steer the conversation back to coronavirus questions while people are still demanding justice for people like Breonna Taylor. I still think it’s important to amplify black voices at this time, and that’s why I’m happy to share with you an episode of the Correctly Mistaken Podcast.
Last week, I sat down as a guest on the Correctly Mistaken Podcast, hosted by Wesley Cherry. Things were still pretty raw when we spoke, and I just wanted to let him talk about how he was feeling. In a way, I ended up interviewing him on his own show. This episode is a little over 2 hours, and it’s a glimpse into the hard conversations Americans should be having with each other.
I’m glad I’m playing this episode this week because our Instagram feeds and news networks are starting to veer away from the Black Lives Matter conversation. We’re not going to make any real change by moving quickly to the next thing. This isn’t Tik Tok–it’s our lives. We need to remember why we feel what we’re feeling and apply constant pressure to enact real change.
I still think it’s important to amplify black voices at this time, and that’s why you’ll be hearing an episode from a black podcaster.
I hope you enjoy this episode. Please donate wherever you can this week. I’ve updated my Instagram profile with easy links to a few charities. Head over there if you’re feeling generous.
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