The Tragedy in Charleston

NWAPcast-logoOn this week’s episode we discuss Charleston: what happened, how people have responded, and how everyone is coping with last week’s tragic news. Join us for this somber, but raw episode as we work through things ourselves.

We want to try something new next week and feature your actual voices on the show. Please record a 30s-1m comment or question on Charleston on your phone’s native recording app or the iTalk app and send it to nwapcast@gmail.com. We’ll air as many responses as we can on air. Thank you, and enjoy the show.

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4 responses to “The Tragedy in Charleston

  1. Hiroja Shibe

    Reblogged this on Lighters Up.

  2. First, I wanna say thank you. All of you. I discovered your podcast, like, 3 weeks ago, but everything I’ve heard you say so far has, in one way or another, been insightful, educational, and inspiring. I’m just a 20 year old nigga living outside Atlanta, trying to figure out how to fight white supremacy, empower myself, and empower my people. I don’t know how to express my gratitude other than to say that hearing what you all think about various topics has become important to me. Thank you.

    OleNerdyBastard, thank you for the author recommendations you made in this episode. To begin my fight, I have chosen to reeducate myself, though, I don’t really know where to begin… I would really, really appreciate it if y’all could give me some book or author recommendations re: any fiction or nonfiction you think is vital for a young Black male (and writer) whose knowledge of Black history is essentially composed of a short list of names and a few scattered quotes. Again, thank you. Peace and love.

  3. Also, at some point you guys should really consider selling t-shirts. I don’t know who designed it, but that logo is STRAIGHT. FIYAH. BOI!!

  4. niksmit

    Why don’t the most recent episodes have a download option?

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