Whitlock welcomes former NBA player and newly minted YouTube star Kwame Brown for an hourlong discussion on sports, masculinity, and the personal battles of basketball's 2001 No. 1 overall draft pick. Does Brown agree with Jason that ESPN now stands for Emasculated Sports Personalities Network? Why are their mutual stances against Stephen A. Smith not just about personal beefs? Kwame gives his brutally honest takes on Kyrie Irving, Lil Nas X, LaVar Ball, Dave Chappelle, Boyce Watkins, Stephen Jackson, and Matt Barnes. No one should miss this very special “explosion of masculinity” on “Fearless.” Today's Sponsor: Try the Cattleman or Ranchers Classic bundles from Good Ranchers! It will provide a great meal for everyone in your family. Visit https://GoodRanchers.com/FEARLESS to get $20 OFF and FREE express shipping. Protect your online activity TODAY with ExpressVPN. Visit https://expressvpn.com/FEARLESS and you can get an extra three months FREE on a one-year package. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this week's episode of Conceptually Speaking, Julie and Kayla are joined by Kwame Sarfo-Mensa—mathematics teacher as well as Founder & CEO at Identity Talk Consulting. Throughout this powerful conversation, Kwame details his perspective on Belonging, Identity, and Authenticity—each of which is a foundational concept in the culturally sustaining pedagogy that anchors his teaching practice. As you'll soon discover, at the heart of Kwame's teaching practice lies a commitment to honoring and uplifting all students' identities in ways that allow them to bring their authentic selves to the classroom. Stay tuned for the rest of the episode to hear more about how you can leverage an asset-based approach to create an environment that liberates and educators students.
The USMNT took a big fat L right in the face down in Panama City. What went wrong? Is it all GGG's fault? What do we have to do to get back on track next time out in Columbus vs. Costa Rica? It's We the Peeps!! Rate and review on iTunes, which helps us show up when people search for “Soccer”: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/we-people-usmnt-soccer-podcast/id1019651760?mt=2 (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/we-people-usmnt-soccer-podcast/id1019651760?mt=2) Like us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/wtppod (https://facebook.com/wtppod) Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wtppod (https://twitter.com/wtppod) **COMPETITION OPPONENENT Date year** USMNT US soccer we the peeps
The nats looked gud in a solid win vs. Jamaica at home. Ty and Kwame break it all downnnn and look forward to another huge game in Panama on sunday. Is Pepi for realz? Is brendan a-a-ron-swanson better than pulisic? It's we the peeps! Rate and review on iTunes, which helps us show up when people search for “Soccer”: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/we-people-usmnt-soccer-podcast/id1019651760?mt=2 (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/we-people-usmnt-soccer-podcast/id1019651760?mt=2) Like us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/wtppod (https://facebook.com/wtppod) Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wtppod (https://twitter.com/wtppod) **COMPETITION OPPONENENT Date year** USMNT US soccer we the peeps
What an honor to welcome poet, educator, and New York Times bestselling author of 35 books, Kwame Alexander. Among many other accolades, Kwame has won a Caldecott Medal, the Newbery Medal, and the Coretta Scott King Award. A regular contributor and the poet ambassador for NPR's Morning Edition and a highly sought-after speaker at schools and libraries across the globe, he joins us to talk about his many works of children's fiction andpoetry for kids and adults (including his Disney+ TV adaptation and writing collaboration with James Patterson), his activism, his influences and inspirations.
Red River Rivalry special episode #2 with Kwame CavilThe former Longhorn receiving great set a school record for 100 receptions in one season in 1999.Cavil helped lead Texas to 3-wins against Oklahoma.The retired football coach who is pursuing his Master's degree discussed the entire Red River Rivalry experience as a player.In 1999, Cavil stepped up in the lockerroom at halftime in 1999, Bob Stoops' 1st season at OU, and said, "Let's Go Right There Now!". Texas rallied back to win 38-28.Cavil's humorous storytelling was non-stop.A special thanks to saxtonsinsurance.com & Cosmic Coffee + Beer GardenSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/StoriesManCave)
If you're looking for a great read to share with your middle-grade grandchildren look no further! Kwame Mbalia, creator of the much-loved Triston Strong series, has just published his latest book. It's called Triston Strong Keeps Punching and is the final book in the bestselling trilogy. The first book in the series received the Coretta Scott King Author Honor award. And Kirkus Reviews calls this latest volume “a satisfying finale.” So the author has much to be proud of and many credits to his name. Kwame joins us to share all about this latest addition to his series and how his books celebrate African American folktales, adventure and plenty of twists and turns to keep you turning pages with anticipation!
Welcome back to another episode Pitstop Fracas. This week's panel consisted of: Anik, Richard, Mahad, JL and Kwame to touch on the hot topic between Alonso and Vettel We touched on: 1. Qualifying. Russell, Norris, Sainza performances 2. Race Pace 3. Title winning seasons 4. Legacy #F1 #Formula1
We made it to 100 episodes! Join us as Ricky, Danny, and Kwame reminisce about the road to 100 podcast episodes and all the memorable moments along the way. Good guests, good segments, GOOD CONTENT. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I attended Podcast Movement in Nashville in August. As usual, this conference was phenomenal. Yes, I learned a few exciting tips to improve my podcast and listenership. But I gained so much more in relationships. In fact, I'd say that the biggest reason I went was to grow my network and boy... did I!I met Rich Jones (Paychecks & Balances Podcast) and Kwame Christian (Negotiate Anything Podcast) at the 2019 Orlando Podcast Movement. Kwame is the one that challenged me to start this podcast and held me accountable. Have you heard that story? Go listen to the very first episode of this podcast! Rich interviewed me on his podcast shortly after meeting him in Orlando. We talked about my corporate America experience and how badly I botched it. It was super fun and I even got Rich to spew some coffee. The episode was called, "Out of a Traditional Job and Into a New Industry". Rich and I have kept in touch and obviously I've stayed accountable to Kwame! So I was excited to see them both again after 2 years due to Covid. The meetings did not disappoint.Read the rest of this article at the Smart Cleaning School website
Welcome back to another episode Pitstop Fracas. This week's panel consisted of: Anik, Kunle, Kwame, JL and Chris Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/pitstopfracas We touched on: 1. Early Years and the battle with Senna 2. Some early on-track incidents 3. First Championship with Ferrari 4. Years of dominance 5. Legacy #F1#Formula1 Please Tune in and don't forget to like, comment and subscribe! Follow us on twitter - @pitstopfracas Join our Discord Community- discord.gg/kYjQGhy
In this episode we will be joined by none other than Kwame Christian Esq., Director of the American Negotiation Institute! Not only is he a world renowned negotiation expert, he is also well versed in having difficult conversations on DE&I! Kwame has assured me that all topics are on the table, so COME ASK YOUR QUESTIONS! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
[NOTE: This episode is republished from #178 in October 2020.] Kwame Christian, Esq. is the author of “Nobody Will Play With Me: How to Use Compassionate Curiosity to Find Confidence in Conflict.” He is the host of two podcasts, “Negotiate Anything” and “Ask With Confidence.” He is a professor at The Ohio State University Law School and is the director of the American Negotiation Institute. Kwame's educational background combines an undergraduate degree in psychology, a masters in public policy, and a juris doctor. Yup – a classic underachiever. (NOT) Kurt and Tim got to talk to Kwame about the behavioral science hidden in his practical techniques. For instance, we discussed how to be more effective in negotiations by managing our emotions and how to reframe our negotiations as opportunities. He went on to say that negotiations are really “the art of discovery.” We also discussed the decades-old myth of the win-win negotiation – you guessed right: it's a myth! Kwame also dropped more sound-bite bombs in our conversation than any other guest. There are tons and tons of takeaways from this conversation that you can put to use in your work or home life right away. And if that's not enough, he's got the most eclectic musical tastes of any guest on Behavioral Grooves so far. Check it out. We are grateful to our friend Brian Ahearn who introduced us to Kwame in May 2020. © 2020 Behavioral Grooves Links Kwame Christian on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kwamechristian/ Kwame on Negotiations: https://americannegotiationinstitute.com/ Finding Confidence in Conflict: How to Negotiate Anything and Live Your Best Life: https://amzn.to/3E19685 Kwame's Podcast Negotiate Anything: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/negotiate-anything/id1101679010 Kwame's TED talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6Zg65eK9XU Kwame as Ohio State Law Professor: https://moritzlaw.osu.edu/faculty/kwame-christian/ Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/cognitive-behavioral-therapy/about/pac-20384610 Matthew Walker, “Why We Sleep”: https://amzn.to/3tuMeZC Them-Us-Fit-Action: https://blog.cmbinfo.com/crc-2018-how-to-engage-todays-corporate-research-buyer Behavioral Grooves Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/behavioralgrooves Musical Links Bob Marley “Wait in Vain”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtgP0EQmWVk Calypso: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpUh5wUBkbM Soca (Soul Calypso): https://firstname.lastname@example.org/soca-then-and-now-d5674e9f2b0c Reggae: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyscBx0UWkY Dub Step: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQ1txLdu6qg Hip-hop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4t-BLUi3eAI Rap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGj3nv36M1o Ska: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Weu3b8Nd40 Smooth Jazz: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--cmYzvVASc AC/DC: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AC/DC “Under the Graveyard” by Ozzie Osbourne: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuzyA5gDa4E Major Lazer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqeW9_5kURI The Clash “Should I Stay or Should I Go”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGIFublvDes The Police: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4VjsqR5Vbc George Benson “Breezin”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVc5rCl0BIs Grover Washington “Just the Two of Us”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqX7WX6jFdw David Benoit “Lucy and Linus”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOg17QnLGVs Earl Klugh & Bob James: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTOZxnBEPJA Lee Ritenour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMXCSiufPYA The Rippingtons: https://www.rippingtons.com/
Rushion McDonald talks to Dr. Lynn Richardson, President, Richardson Finance Group, President & COO of MC Lyte's Sunni Gyrl Entertainment & Celebrity Management Firm and Author.Rushion McDonald talks to Kwame Johnson President & CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta.https://www.moneymakingconversations.comhttps://www.youtube.com/MoneyMakingConversationshttps://www.facebook.com/MoneyMakingConversations/https://twitter.com/moneymakingconvhttps://www.instagram.com/moneymakingconversations/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
For this episode we offered our platform to some organizers inside and out, who put together a series of discussions on the state and needs of prisoner movements today. This is the third segment of a series of political discussions focused on building support for Jailhouse Lawyers Speak's 2021 National Call To Action “Shut ‘Em Down” and looking forward to next summer's 2022 National Prisoner Strike and Boycott. The first two panels were hosted by George Jackson University and Final Straw Radio, we'll link to both in the show notes and people should really listen to all these conversations in dialogue with one another. From various New Afrikan perspectives, panelists discuss cadre development and political education as a crucial strategies toward building sustainable formations and community infrastructure. They discuss how these formations and related infrastructure can propel the prisoners' resistance movement towards the abolition of prisons. The moderator of this panel is coco. coco is a conscious New Afrikan engaging in prisoner solidarity work along with political education & New Afrikan resistance. The panelists for this discussion are: Kwame “Beans” Shakur. Kwame is Chairman and Co-Founder of the New Afrikan Liberation Collective (NALC) and National Director for the Prison Lives Matter Movement. Kwame is a political prisoner currently being held in Indiana DOC solitary confinement (SHU) in an attempt to silence his work inside & out. Nomi Isaac, pronouns they/them/theirs, is an afro-futurist cultural organizer, and earth liberation advocate engaged in class struggle taking place on Pamunkey Land, or what is commonly known as Richmond Virginia. They co-produce the Black Feminist podcast Race Capitol and are a proud member and support the work of prisoner solidarity efforts within VA Prison Abolition Collecitive (VPAC), NALC, and the Richmond Community Bail Fund. Abbas Muntaqim is a New Afrikan Muslim educator and organizer who co-chairs People's Programs, an Oakland based New Afrikan/Pan Afrikan organization. He also co-hosts Hella Black Podcast. One note on audio, apologies but there were some technical difficulties with the audio coming from Kwame Shakur who was calling us from inside. Those clear up after the first couple of responses, but I encourage folks to stick with the conversation despite the distortion in the audio in his first couple of segments. A reminder that as we publish on September 8th, tomorrow is the 50th Anniversary of the Attica Rebellion and a second set of “Shut ‘Em Down” demonstrations are scheduled around the country in response to Jailhouse Lawyers Speak's Call to Action.
KILL NEGATIVITY MAKE ADVANCEMENTS. It's a fitness and lifestyle brand with a powerful message of overcoming adversity with militant positivity. It's with this mindset that KNMA founder Kwame Asante hopes to help elicit a positive change in the clients he coaches, the individuals who wear his clothing line, the members of his community, and eventually people across the globe as he grows his brand. In this episode, you'll learn about how Kwame's injuries early on in his athletic career lead him down this path of choosing positivity over negativity, and how he's developed his message into a stylish brand of fitness and apparel along with a hard working media team. Side note we forgot to mention in the episode: KNMA is also Kwame's initials!
Rondo is BACK w/ the Lakeshow! Omar, Danny, and Kwame react to Playoff Doe's return to the Purple and Gold and evaluate the roster's strengths and weaknesses heading into next season. BONUS: We talk Zach Lavine's signing to Klutch Sports and what that could mean for his future with the Bulls. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Golden Age of Stupidity, Kwame's living the good life, Tom Labuda update, Rose McGowan v. Oprah, Mike Richards entirely fired from Jeopardy!, Jason Alexander-Spears IG live, R Kelly's trial, and our 1-star reviews.Here's another plug to go Arts, Beats and Eats this weekend. We should also plug this... and this... and this. Oh, and if you follow Dustin Diamond on Twitter, please un-follow him.Woodward Sports has partnered up with Beasley Media to air on terrestrial radio as well.Everybody hates us and we don't know what we're doing. All we ever talk about is Hunter Biden... and we're not mean enough to Joe Biden.The US Open is a super-spreader event with really slow ticket takers.The MacGruber TV series will be out soon. Reminder that Jeff Bezos' sex tape originated from the film.Sports: Cam Newton has been released by New England in part because he won't get vaccinated. Scott Zolak is really sorry for suggesting Cam was distracted by rap music. The Detroit Lions cut ties with former 2nd rounders (go figure) and have no kickers. Jake Paul has "retired" from boxing... until his next stunt fight.Britney Spears' ex-husband & participant in the Greatest Weekend Ever, Jason Alexander, is popping off on Instagram following another arrest. Britney has the best taste in men.The Spike King pops off on you un-loyal New England Patriots fans.Kwame Kilpatrick is living his best life and showing it off on Instagram.Detroit City Council is still corrupt... go figure. Mike Duggan is really on top of this towing debacle starting right now. Brian Banks is leading the fight against ML Elrick for Detroit City Council.MI Rep. Jewell Jones hates vaccines and hates not breaking the law.Gene Simmons has COVID-19 and the Detroit show is postponed.We check in with Tom Labuda to review his art products the YOU can buy this weekend!Rose McGowan vs Oprah.Russell Simmons was very mean to the Beastie Boys... and women.R Kelly Trial Highlights include "twerking for cake", Patti LaBelle's sweet potato pie, and a woman that lives under a boxing ring.Former Detroit Tiger, Juan Encarnacion, has been accused of sexually assaulting his daughter.DaBaby is doing the work by learning about AIDS.Mike Richards has been BLOWN OUT of both Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune. Trudi is going to be thrilled.We are living in the 'Golden Age of Stupidity'.A story published yesterday (and 20 months ago) reveals that Baby Boomers are crybabies and way more sensitive than Millennials.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
The Brothers share their personal all-time-favorite Black sitcoms after revisiting the Jeopardy hosting debacle. BFAP theme music is by Gedun Download Brothers From Another Planet episodes on Apple Podcasts Download Brothers From Another Planet episodes on Stitcher Download Brothers From Another Planet episodes on Spotify Relevant Links AVAILABLE NOW! Black Boy Joy, edited by Kwame […]
There is no hope of living a fulfilling life without Jesus Christ. In today's video Rev. Kwame Rubadiri demonstrates this truth from the thirst part of the series on the 'Three Audiences'. #CITAMChurchOnline #ChurchEveryday
In this episode, Franchesca interviews Kwame Sarfo-Mensah from Identity Talk for Educators to discuss how toxic school cultures weigh on the mental health of educators. Kwame Sarfo-Mensah is a 14-year veteran urban educator and the founder of Identity Talk Consulting, an independent educational consulting firm that provides professional development and consulting services to K-12 school districts, educators, colleges & universities and educational non-profit organizations. He is also the author of two books: "Shaping the Teacher Identity: 8 Lessons That Will Help Define the Teacher in You" and "From Inaction to 'In Action': Creating a New Normal for Urban Educators". As a staunch ambassador and advocate for teacher empowerment, Kwame has spoken at numerous national education conferences and worked diligently to support the recruitment and retention of teachers of color in the education system. In January 2019, he was selected to be in the inaugural cohort of the InSPIRED (In-Service Professionals Increasing Racial and Ethnic Diversity) Fellowship, an initiative organized by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education for veteran teachers of color to recruit students of color to teach in Massachusetts. As an InSPIRED Teaching Fellow, Kwame facilitated professional development workshops for aspiring teachers at universities such as Boston College, UMass Boston, and Worcester State University and has served as a guest speaker for non-profit teacher pipeline programs such as Generation Teach and Worcester Public Schools' Future Teachers Academy. A proud graduate of Temple University, Kwame holds a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and a Master's Degree in Elementary Education. He was honored as the 2019 National Member of the Year by Black Educators Rock, Inc. for his unwavering commitment to the advancement of the teacher profession. Kwame's work has also been featured in Teaching Channel, Edutopia, Education Post, WGBH News, The Educators' Room, and Medium. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teacher-self-care/support
Kwame Marfo Kwame Marfo is a director at Genentech in the San Francisco area. He is a graduate of the Coaching for Leaders Academy. He joins me in this episode to share how personal values can align intentionally with career choices. Key Points Kwame's dad inspires the work he does today for others. An effective way to connect with others is to ask what books and podcasts they are listening to. This value of curiosity also came from Kwame's dad. Getting diversity of leadership experience is useful to expand beyond an industry perspective. Establishing a vision gives clarity to what's most important. Journaling has helped Kwame reflect on his life and illuminate gaps that lead to action. Don't trust the summary. Resources Mentioned Kwame Marfo featured by Genentech UnCommon Law Related Episodes Start With Why, with Simon Sinek (episode 223) Craft a Career to Fit Your Strengths, with Scott Anthony Barlow (episode 424) How to Create Your Personal Vision (free membership required) Discover More Activate your free membership for full access to the entire library of interviews since 2011, searchable by topic.
Kwame Ambaah is a senior attending Sam Houston State University and majoring in International Business, where he serves as a student leader in multiple organizations and a College pastor at a ministry called Second College. He is driven by a passion to help people in any way he can. Throughout his life he has dedicated his time to leadership and service in every opportunity he can find and hopes to continue those efforts as long as he's on Earth and has breath!
We often worry about what people will think if we spoke God's word but we must focus on what God is saying rather than the opinion of people. Join Rev. Kwame Rubadiri in part two of the series 'The Three Audiences'. #CITAMChurchOnline #ChurchEveryday
Author and editor Kwame Mbalia brings an outstanding ensemble of Black male and non-binary writiters together in a captivating audio anthology. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile's Emily Connelly discuss the fun of listening to narrators Amir Abdullah and Taj Leahy bringing these stories to life. Every author's contribution--whether funny, sad, scary, or hopeful--confirms that “joy is at the center of everything.” There are stories of choosing the perfect first day of school outfit, perfecting dance moves, first crushes, loving families--and more than one jet-pack-fueled adventure. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile's website. Published by Listening Library. Find more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.com Support for AudioFile's Behind the Mic comes from PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE AUDIO, dedicated to producing top-quality fiction and nonfiction audiobooks written and read by the best in the business. Visit penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/audiofile now to start listening. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kwame Patterson is best known for playing Monk on the series The Wire. The show changed his life and career. Since then, he's been in films like The Outpost and Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar. He's also been in the shows The Oath, Ray Donovan, Snowfall and Lethal Weapon. He current stars as the adult version of David in season 2 of the OWN series David Makes Man. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to another episode Pitstop Fracas. This week's panel consisted of: Anik, Mahad, Kwame and Chris Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/pitstopfracas We touched on some of the key talking points of the season so far. #F1 #Formula1 Please Tune in and don't forget to like, comment and subscribe! Follow us on twitter - @pitstopfracas Join our Discord Community- discord.gg/kYjQGhy
It is tempting to write off people who have not yet come to a place of repentance but Jesus expects you to show the same compassion and grace shown to you. Join Rev. Kwame Rubadiri as he challenges us through 'Three Audiences Pt.1.' #CITAMChurchOnline #ChurchEveryday
On this episode, Ricky, Danny, Kwame, and Omar react to The Athletic's top-125 list and answer some of your Lakers mailbag questions. Thank you everyone who sent in questions, really appreciate y'all!. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Park and Recreation Month — which is obviously the best month in the park and recreation profession, just wrapped up at the end of July, and I'm excited to share one of the many things we did this year on today's episode. This year for Park and Recreation Month, in partnership with New York Times bestselling author Kwame Alexander, we created a community poem — one poem compiled from many voices, about what parks and recreation means to people. We asked members of the park and recreation community to submit original poems about parks and recreation, and Kwame took pieces from each poem and combined them into one single community poem, titled, “Everything Around You…” So, I thought it would be fun to unveil the poem on a special edition of the podcast today. You can hear Kwame read the final community poem on this episode, as well as read the full text of the poem in the description. You also can see Kwame read the poem if you are planning to join us at the 2021 NRPA Annual Conference in Nashville this September. Thank you to everyone who submitted to our community poem this July, and a huge thank you to Kwame Alexander for using his incredible talents to help bring everyone's voices together into one beautiful collective message. Everything Around You: Our Park and Recreation Story You arrive and everything around you is green: The trees, the flowers, the very soil that feeds this planet and that's just the start. All day everything around you is performing a classic symphony of breathtaking outdoor beauty grounded in the magnificence of wild simplicity in picturesque form: bison, coyotes, swans, eagles a mama duck prodding her ducklings a sunbathing frog the Lady Slipper anxious squirrels wrestling for their fair share of forbidden fruit. This is your place. A sanctuary of hammockers battered straw hats picnic blankets labradoodles and pugs toddlers and mums in blue and red frocks, the gardener weeding in mismatched socks. Everything around you is alive and well and it occurs to you that you're part of something bigger that when you step into a park it feels so good to congregate with family and friends to walk through woods to take a pulse check—slow down, breathe clean air to be one on one with the sun syncing life's rhythm inside you. A day like today you simply can't stay inside. Though rain may fall, on the trail you'll glide. Everything around you is quiet and chill. Days like today you don't want to be still. Everything around you is history Days like today will never grow old. O, in my soul I am a child again I am nine years old The paths are covered in brown leaves They're crunchy! The air smells beautiful. O, in my soul I am free again. I am fifteen. Running to baseball practice a few minutes late again. Coach smiles pats my shoulder. An osprey flies by O look he has gone fishing. Everything around you is a bridge—connecting you to nature, to neighbors, to yourself. Everything around you is home. A place we've always dreamed about: sustainable systems supporting economies crossing boundaries solving problems a sense of belonging growing community a sense of belonging. Everything around you is a story is a fallen tree is a soaring heron is a lazy river is a drumbeat of dragonfly wings is purple and blue hues is a paintbrush palette of botanical shades is mountain air, glass mirror lakes, and open skies is the cold gray of the past year. is heartbreak is lockdown is love is nature anticipating is tranquil peace is poetic meditation is no more class is children playing in summer is hiking is heat is hope is family reunion. This. Is. Your. Place. To live to learn to work to farm to play with everything around you. A Community Poem compiled by Kwame AlexanderFor the National Recreation and Park AssociationAugust 2021
Join the National Writing Project's The Write Time with Kwame Mbalia, editor of Black Boy Joy, two additional contributors Varian Johnson and Julian Randall, and Washington, DC area teacher, Cosby Hunt. Black Boy Joy, released on August 3, is a book that celebrates the excellence of young Black males, their happiness, their voices, and their stories. We are excited to discuss the project with them on this episode.
Kwame Salter is a good friend of the Madison show and discusses his book: "Black Over White: Being The Boss: Nuances and Challenges 7 Strategies For Success." Get the book in paperback starting September 1!
For the 25th anniversary of I Shot Andy Warhol, Canadian filmmaker Mary Harron talks about the film's legacy, Andy Warhol's life and work, and her personal fascination with Valerie Solanas — the woman who shot Warhol in 1968. Author and editor Kwame Mbalia discusses his inspiring new book Black Boy Joy, an anthology of 17 stories that celebrate Black boyhood, written by acclaimed Black male and non-binary contributors. Actor and comedian Louie Anderson reflects on his role in the Zach Galifianakis comedy-drama series Baskets, and reveals the role his own family plays in helping him develop his comedic material. Toronto singer-songwriter Tamara Lindeman of The Weather Station talks about her new album, Ignorance, which sees her grapple with climate grief over the destruction of our environment.
Welcome back to another episode Pitstop Fracas. This week's panel consisted of: Anik, Mahad, Kwame and Chris Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/pitstopfracas We touched on the first corner crash, DOTD, Williams glory, Danny Ric struggles, the winner Esteban Ocon and much more! #F1 #HungaryGP #Formula1 Please Tune in and don't forget to like, comment and subscribe! Follow us on twitter - @pitstopfracas Join our Discord Community- discord.gg/kYjQGhy
“They don't know because they don't want to know”, says white lawyer suing on behalf of residents of Chocolate City. It was the government, not God, that flooded Detroit. Neither could be reached for comment. White Privilege is a monster, says Bride of Funkenstein. To which I say, “They evict from the trailer too.” Kwame's […]
Kids giving lectures, Kwame's weekend wedding, NFL v. Un-Vaxxed players, no more Halsey interviews, Rolling Stones return, Space Jam 2 review, a Bonerline, Maz is missing, and Lyla!'s triple secret probation ends."You can't judge a podcast by it's logo" - Marc Fellhauer.We're going to lose every award for which we're nominated.Mick Jagger is finally giving Drew his Rolling Stones tickets money back. Some people are saying they owe Drew some encore songs as interest.Sports: The Detroit Tigers have won 7 in a row. The Red Wings traded for a goalie. The producer of the Olympics has been BLOWN OUT for a 27-year-old Holocaust joke. The US women's soccer team annoys a lot of people.Halsey will never do another interview ever again because Allure Magazine screwed up they's pronouns.Britney Spears is recording a revenge album against all those people that wronged her. No one is safe.Lyla has finally been kicked out of the studio after many many warnings.Tom Mazawey has announced a new Legacy winner. Congrats to __________!The NFL is preparing for forfeits and no payments in the event of a COVID outbreak. Star receiver, DeAndre Hopkins, might retire due to the virus because he doesn't want to hurt his teammates..Detroit does not trust, nor want the COVID vaccine. You are not the boss of Scott Roe. Thankfully our president is easing everyone's mind.Manscaped.com brings you a new Bonerline (use promo code DREW). Call or text 209-66-Boner.Tom Mazawey big times us today. He's busy.Dan Wetzel is being forced to wear Japanese pajamas.Texas and Oklahoma want to join the SEC.Drew reads terrible reviews for a secret podcast.Lying on social media makes you look like an idiot.Behold the youngest person to give a TED Talk. She takes 8 minutes to say "play with your kids".BranDon has a review for the first 25 minutes of the Space Jam sequel.Kwame Kilpatrick met Laticia Maria McGee when she was 12-years-old and said "one day I'm going to marry that girl". He was 27... awkward.Other Local News: Rapper Peezy was roughed up on the mean streets of Rochester Hills. A Roseville mother has kidnapped her children after losing custody. Don't throw your life away over a turn signal. A 73-year-old Taylor man is in trouble for killing a neighbor.Landen Ewing seems like she fishing for sympathy and comments online. Check out the "chunker" right here.Valerie Bertinelli's doctor told her to lose weight 30 years ago and she's complaining about it now.Demi Lovato has filmed them first sex scene. Good for they.The Surreal Life is BACK!Thomas Markle Jr. joins the cast of Big Brother Australia.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
NHL executive Kim Davis joins Kwame to talk about the impact she's had on the League since joining in 2017. She shares her goals for growing the game and how Hockey Is For Everyone has become such a powerful movement and initiative. She also talks about her journey to the NHL and why her experience and unique perspective was coveted and welcomed by the NHL community. Kwame goes one v one with the highest ranking black woman in NHL history, and it's a great conversation.
In part 2 of this 2 part episode, we continue our discussion with Kwame Damon Mason. We talk about hockey and some predictions of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. Don't forget to subscribe to PodJerky on Apple Podcasts: Subscribe on Apple podcasts U.S. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/podjerky/id1503087105 Subscribe on Apple podcasts Canada: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/podjerky/id1503087105 Subscribe to PodJerky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/podjerky/ FOR ADDITIONAL CONTENT Links, photos, interviews and information that compliments our podcast episodes Check out our Website Check out our Featured Podcast Guests Check out our Podcast Blog
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This week, Les chats with Kwame Patterson about his title role in the OWN series "David Makes Man". “David Makes Man's” second season follows Patterson's David as an adult, a successful businessman facing an opportunity that will change him and his community forever. They talk about Kwame's work on the show, his start on HBO's The Wire, developing his craft, and much more. Check it out!
To Police or Not to Police. Detroit is a shooting gallery and children are collateral damage. Comedian Detroit Red live in Ferguson, MO Seven years after: cops stand down and crime shoots up. Democrat Flip-Flop: President Biden now tells cities to pour Covid stimulus dollars into police. Exclusive: What did Kwame and Duggan talk about? […]
Thomas Markle tells all, Kwame preaches, Lamar Odom v. Aaron Carter, RIP Ned Beatty, Michael Jackson's Innocent is trending, in search of guy swallowed by a whale, and we catch up with Edmund Fitzgerald artist Tom Labuda.Karl roasted Howard Stern on the latest WATP. Karl will join us Tuesday.The new hot Millennial trend is regretting buying their homes, but not the experience of doing so.Thomas Markle has broken his silence with 60 Minutes Australia and really let loose on his daughter Meghan, not-a-Prince Harry and Oprah.Kwame Kilpatrick has made his comeback. He spent Sunday separating people from their money while preaching about himself.A 2018 police mural in Sterling Heights is under scrutiny for being "tone-deaf". The artist wants it down, but hasn't said if she's returning the money she was paid to paint it.Drew and Marc are very sad that The Landmark's Main Art Theatre in Royal Oak is no more.We check in with our art consultant, Tom Labuda, to get his take on local art news and chat about his recent appearances.#MichaelJacksonInnocent was the number one trend on social media today because he's totally innocent.BranDon is receiving death threats.The Lamar Odom v. Aaron Carter fight was not surprisingly a bust. Rick Bastuba is pissed that he wasn't involved. Give us Olga Korbut/Darva Conger II.Michael Packard has been swallowed by a whale. Some people are saying it's a "fisherman's tale". We go in search of him to hear his fable.RIP Ned Beatty. In his honor, we revisit the Cliff Notes Theater version of Rudy.A Danish soccer player died on the pitch and was revived during the game.TV Viewing: Marc recommends Mark Wahlberg's new turd film, Infinite. The MacGruber reboot series is coming soon. Remember this NSFW promo pic? I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson is coming back too. Too bad Tim Robinson never listened to the radio growing up and has no idea who we are.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
The Church of Kwame, Emily Ratajkowski's baby prop, TJ Hockenson's mushroom, Bill Gates loves ladies & NDAs, "The Bachelorette sans Harrison" returns, and Maz checks in about the Class Maztion Lawsuit.The Detroit Tigers can finally cram all the fans they want into Comerica Park.Kwame Kilpatrick breaks his post prison silence. He reveals to Deadline Detroit that he's getting married and is now a man of the cloth. Check out ML Soul of Detroit for more info.Meghan Markle's new book is terrible and NOT a best-seller. Kate Middleton's book is way better and successful. Thomas Markle has broken his postpartum silence.Bachelor Nation: Drew is crushed that Chris Harrison is BLOWN OUT for good. He'll be collecting about $25 million. Colton Underwood has his back. We check out the tearful preview for this season.Kid Rock is in trouble for using homophobic language.Emily Ratajkowski looks amazing, but doesn't know how to hold a baby. Many people wish they were her child.Alyssa Milano is considering a run for Congress. She also has hairy armpits.Billionaire Robert Kraft receives birthday presents from other rich people.The Pam and Tommy film looks perfectly dumb. So much so that the real Pam Anderson is upset that it exists.Drew builds his ultimate all-female rock supergroup.We listen to far too many live performances of Don't Dream It's Over.The Detroit Lions showed everybody TJ Hockenson's mushroom tip.Marc tries to explain the FBI's Trojan Shield, but it's probably better if we just wait for the documentary to explain it to us.David Lee Roth's early outfits allowed him to show off his weiner.Concerts are coming back.RIP Clarence Williams III.Christie Brinkley loves musicians and people that she survives helicopter crashes with.Rob Schneider still hates us and he's coming to do a show in Lansing, Michigan. Melinda Gates is destroying Bill in the divorce battle for billions.Many brave people are stepping forward and telling us their horror stories with Tom Mazawey. We dial him up to get a comment on a new allegation. Slippery Pete is brought into the conflict.Mike Valenti is really mad at Jim Harbaugh and mad at the Detroit Free Press for putting the story behind a paywall.The Hunter Biden laptop is the gift that keeps on giving.Boston Police Commissioner, Dennis White, has been BLOWN OUT for something he did 22 years ago. Brandon and Marc apologize for thinking he was Caucasian. This guy is black too. And this guy. Her too.BranDon and Marc also apologize for bringing up Last Week Tonight.Eric Haase is red hot and we may chat with his father tomorrow.Former Megadeth bassist, David Ellefson, is suing because his FB j/o "encounters" were shared.NYT/MSNBC commentator, Mara Gay, hates American flags and knows what everyone is thinking.Kamala Harris does not want any Guatemalans in America.BranDon is sleepy.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay breakdown why Rachel’s never seen Back to the Future *pun*… there’s still time (12:41). Plus, the House passed an insurrection commission bill (17:29) then actor, comedian, JB Smoove joins the show from his garden of Zen to lighten the mood (29:15). Finally Barack Obama confirms UFOs are real (1:01:42), Kwame Brown’s had enough (1: 16:24) and once again it’s mailbag time! (1:41:41) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Click here to subscribe, rate and review all of the latest Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre podcasts! On today's episode, Jason kicks things off by sharing his thoughts on Jayson Tatum's 50-point performance in the Boston Celtics' play-in victory over the Washington Wizards. Tatum has a ton of Kobe Bryant to his game, and given what we've seen from him in the postseason the past few years, it's hard to make a case as him being anything lower than the third best player in the NBA right now under the age of 30. He's that good. With Tatum running the show, don't be surprised to see the Celtics put a scare in the Brooklyn Nets in round 1. Later, Jason does a quick breakdown of the rest of the playoff field and explains why he likes the Portland Trail Blazers to upset presumptive MVP Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets in round 1. Finally, Locked on Lakers podcast host Andy Kamenetzky swings by to discuss his time covering Kwame Brown in Los Angeles and his overall reaction to Kwame's recent string of social media videos, how concerned Lakers fans should be about LeBron James' ankle injury, why he wouldn't be surprised to see Anthony Davis play most of the play-in game against the Golden State Warriors if he has to, how the Lakers have been able to mostly corral Steph Curry in their 3 regular season meetings this year, why he doesn't view the Utah Jazz or the Phoenix Suns as 'scary' at all given how poorly each team matches up with LeBron and Anthony Davis, the notion that the Los Angeles Clippers tanked to avoid the Lakers early in the postseason and if could actually work out for them, why some Lakers fans are still mad about the team trading away Eddie Jones so they could eventually acquire Kobe Bryant, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Kwame Onwuachi is a James Beard award-winning chef and author. Kwame joins the Armchair Expert to discuss his experience as a contestant and judge on Top Chef, writing his first book, and cooking for Obama, Oprah, and Dave Chappelle. Kwame and Dax talk about their shared experience growing up in a single-mother household and how as a kid, Kwame was sent to Nigeria for two years to live with his Grandpa. Kwame explains that opening his own restaurants has taught him how to be a better leader and that he's not the best Spades partner if you want to win.