ATR 17 – Feb 27, 2006 – Voicemail 206-203-3983 – addictedtorace@gmail.com

This is a bonus mini-episode in which we share with you an interview that Jen did on New York City hip hop station Hot 97 back on February 12th. The show is Street Soldiers, a talk show that deals with social issues of concern to the hip hop generation. This episode was all about interracial relationships.

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Duration – 54:50
File Size – 25.2 MB
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4 thoughts on “ATR 17 – Feb 27, 2006 – Voicemail 206-203-3983 – addictedtorace@gmail.com”

  1. Thanks for the extra episode. It was a great conversation except for that guy in the last half who was throwing around all the stereotypes.

    By the way, did you know that Octavia Butler passed away? It’s a real tragedy. I actually wasn’t familiar with her work before I heard your interview with her, but I enjoyed that show a lot.

  2. Great episode… but Fatman Scoop needs to calm down.

    I’m also thinking it would be great if you guys could do something similar to this style (with guests and calls all at once) in addicted to race.

  3. This was a good episode but, I do agree that too much time was spent on Marky. I would have hoped more time was devoted to the woman in the relationship with a black man and some other callers.

    I also agree with TMK that you guys should do something like they do on Street soldiers and have guests call in and/or have people come and speak of their experiences.

    Keep up the good work Jen and Carmen!

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