And we’re back with part 2 of our special anniversary episode. Here’s a round-up of the favorite moments we cover in this installment:
In episode 11 we had an all-out debate over the animated series, The Boondocks. It’s not often that Jen and I disagree so vehemently about something, so we went for it and faced off against one another.
One of our all-time most favorite guests has been Joseph L. Graves, the evolutionary biologist and author of “The Race Myth: Why We Pretend Race Exists in America.” We revisit our interview with him in episode 13.
In episode 5, Carmen ranted about the tragic mulatto archetype that still dominates many of the media representations we see of mixed race people. As a result, mixed folks have to combat the idea that all of us are torn between two worlds, confused, doomed to eternal misery.
It was an honor to have the legendary writer Octavia Butler on our show. Sadly, Ms. Butler passed away earlier this year. She was a trailblazer in the field of science fiction, one of the only black women in the field. We look back at Jen ‘s interview with her in episode 15.
Also in episode 15 was our rant about diversity-speak, the new language that has arisen out of the diversity industry. It’s amazing how an entire vocabulary has developed to avoid talking about race.
Tune in next week for Part 3, the final installment of the anniversary episode!
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