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"Life through the eyes of a misrepresented and misunderstood African Girl Abroad" - This is a weekly podcast hosted by Stella Damasus, an award-winning Actress, and Entrepreneur. Through this platform, she will share her experiences and challenges, as well as her thoughts on different topics; ranging from Politics to Religion, Sex, Business, Entertainment, Human Rights, and everything about life as we know it. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/excusemyafrican/support
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Brothers Breaking Bread Podcast

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Brothers Breaking Bread, or the “Triple B Pod”, is a collection of African American professionals, friends, and family that attempt to tackle the important issues of the day. We bring our unique brand of humor, sensitivity, and oftentimes anger to the analysis. The show features Rodger (@KcStork); “The Brothers of Doom” James and Joe; Anthony (10 Meters); Ada (Lady Lavender) and extended #3BPod family. We cut our teeth as podcasters creating nearly 100 episodes of the Negroraguan Podcast, we ...
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Dis It! Please contact us on Twitter @Triple_B_Pod Facebook https://www.facebook.com/brothersbreaking.bread.7 or Email: brothersbreakingbreadpod@gmail.com Music Cred:Show Intro- We Outchea - Joseph JeffersonOutro- It’s Over – Joseph JeffersonPrometheus- J.Jefferson Photo Editing:Jason Jones Sister Podcast: Psychology of The Hustlehttps://open.spoti…
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On this episode: We started off with a jubilant new Houston “Asteroids” fan celebrating almost catching a baseball in play with his son. Florida is back to doing Florida things and Bunnell Elementary singles out its black kids in an assembly targeting standardized test scores. We examined a three pillar plan for achieving mental wellness, and wishe…
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On this episode: We celebrated 50 years of Hip Hop a couple weeks ago on the declared anniversary August 11th. Recorded in conjunction with Ep. 265, Ambrosia For Heads released a list of the 25 most important albums of the first 50 years of Hip Hop, so we couldn’t resist dissecting it. Hope you enjoy it. Show Prolog:Brothers Breaking Bread, or the …
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Sorry we were not able to get this one to you in a timely manner, there were a lot of emotions flying around on this one. Love, Connections, Remorse, Anger, Celebration, Loss, Romance, Memory, Appreciation and Black Air Force Energy. We were in the spirit of the Meley in Montgomery as we celebrated home goings, proposals, reunions, first meetings, …
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On this episode: Several announcements of the crew embarking on new endeavors. We’re excited to see it and wish everyone well. Trump and Juliani have been indicted with RICO charges, which is ironic for Juliani and not surprising for Trump. In a related case the Proud Boys leaders are facing heavy charges for their participation in the January 6th …
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On this episode: We Treed another Coon! Dr. William B. Allen is defending Florida’s policy of teaching middle schoolers that there were “Benefits'' to slavery for the slaves. He took shots at Kamala Harris in the process. Mississippi is fighting like Terrence Crawford to unify the belt as America’s anal sphincter, by imprisoning without charges men…
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Continued from the previous episode: We had a listening of a 1985 interview on Donahue’s show where he interviewed Minister Louis Farrakhan. We took time to pause in strategic places and contrast the conditions of race relations described in the mid-eighties with those of 2023. Audience participation was the theme in the second half of the recordin…
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On this episode: We had a listening of a 1985 interview on Donahue’s show where he interviewed Minister Louis Farrakhan. We took time to pause in strategic places and contrast the conditions of race relations described in the mid-eighties with those of 2023. We may have had a late Go To Sleep nominee. To Be Continued… Show Prolog:Brothers Breaking …
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What up my boy: https://www.tiktok.com/@kingajmanifest/video/7229351984866905390 1. The Cooney (Herman Cane aka 999)-ep 259 Clarence Thomas (Everything)-ep 258 Candice Owens (“Juneteenth is Ghetto and Made Up”) 2. The Great Debaters -ep 238-239 MJ ranked 87th best singer of all time. -ep 260 KBJ Recusal 3. Not so Great moments in White Privilege Ep…
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On this episode: Long awaited punishments came out this week with sentencing for some of the most heinous crimes we’ve covered on BBB. Life sentences for the El Paso Walmart mass murderer from Ep. 1 and the teens who didn’t like their grade so they killed their spanish teacher Ep. 194. A Great Debater nomination that was too close to the mid year r…
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On this episode: We didn’t get to our Mid-Year review but got a nomination for best audio to begin the show. The right wing led SCOTUS dropped a lot of controversial decisions affecting college admissions for minorities and discrimination in LGBTQ+ business transactions. We spent the majority of the episode critiquing Billboard’s list of the top 50…
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On this episode: The family of a KC cop convicted of murder has turned to the Republican Governor of Missouri for leniency. Justice Samuel Alito is auditioning for Catch Me If You Can part 2. The Free Dumb Caucus is divided and fighting each other. Hall of Fame coon Candace Owens is back at it after contemptuous Juneteenth comments, meanwhile Texan…
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On this episode: Ten Meters is still wrestling with his mute button and getting pinned. Chiefs are celebrating their superbowl victory with a White House visit and ring ceremony. Mizzou Baseball hired the SEC’s first black head baseball coach. Kelis’ Milkshake isn’t bringing boy’s to the yard anymore, but it does have an effect on Ghostbusters. A w…
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On this episode: We’re reminded by Will Smith it's Summer Time and time to slap some plates out of some folks hands that haven’t put in on the culture. We’re also inviting some folks adjacent to the culture to come get a plate and enjoy some tunes, bid whist, and candied yams. We’re looking out for our play cousins and asking them to bring a signat…
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On this episode: Local icon Janelle Monet is turning heads and burning up the internet with her new provocative video. Football Legend Jim Brown has passed but the oldest survivor of the Tulsa Black Wall Street Massacre lives on at 109! Florida Governor and Republican presidential hopeful Ron Desantis is blocking state funds for universities with D…
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On this episode: During the checking we hit on a continuing issue sweeping across America. Gun violence and violence in the classroom. Senator Whitehouse brings the receipts on all the dirt the Supreme Court doesn’t want the country to know about. Vigilante “justice” rears its ugly head again, and another black man’s life is lost. We add two more s…
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On this episode: A special guest visited us fresh from her first session in the Missouri General Assembly, Representative Jamie Johnson. We discussed some examples and non-examples of the type of leadership we expect from her for the good people of Platte County. Unfortunately we also discussed 16 year old Ralph Yarl from a neighboring county in ou…
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On this episode: Tennessee Three were expelled by Republicans from the state legislature for protesting gun rights. Really it was The Tennessee two expelled, guess what was different about the third member. The Missouri Legislature is just as bad attacking Libraries along with Diversity Equity and Inclusion budgets state wide. Florida has a controv…
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Show Prolog:Brothers Breaking Bread, or the “Triple B Pod”, is a collection of African American professionals, friends, and family that attempt to tackle the important issues of the day. We bring our unique brand of humor, sensitivity, and oftentimes anger to the analysis. The show features Rodger (@KcStork); “The Brothers of Doom” James and Joe; A…
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On this episode: Both good and bad things are happening in American Schools. The Bad: sadly another school shooting has cost lives. The Good: two brilliant black Louisiana teens solved a 2000 year old math problem proving the pythagorean theorem without the use of Trigonometry. A Georgia correctional officer did something strange and now has a chan…
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On this episode: A Chiefs legend passed to the ancestral plane. Jon Stewart schooled a 2nd Amendment advocate about bringing chaos to order. Chris Rock got his lick back on Will Smith through his new Netflix special Selective Outrage. Melle Mel is Furious about 5 or more members of the Billboard top 50 rappers we covered in “Hip Hop 50 for 50 parts…
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On this episode: Hip Hop is set to celebrate 50 years since Clive Campbell (DJ Kool Herc) hosted a back to school party at 1520 Sedgwick Ave in the Bronx. The break beats he looped on the turntables represented on August 11th, 1973 the birth of hip hop. Billboard published 50 emcees to commemorate the occasion, alleging that these were the 50 great…
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On this episode: Hip Hop is set to celebrate 50 years since Clive Campbell (DJ Kool Herc) hosted a back to school party at 1520 Sedgwick Ave in the Bronx. The break beats he looped on the turntables represented on August 11th, 1973 the birth of hip hop. Billboard published 50 emcees to commemorate the occasion, alleging that these were the 50 great…
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On this episode: Tragedy struck twice as a gunman came back to kill a reporter and a child. The Mormon Church has some explaining to do when it comes to stewardship of the tithes and offerings. The price of cotton products is too cotton picking high. An inmate has concocted a new challenge to Dobbs vs Jackson. Adidas is reportedly contemplating a r…
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On this episode: We celebrated the onset of the Chiefs dynasty. We talked about the flow of the game giving credit to the Eagles as a worthy opponent. We discussed the parade down Grand street in Kansas City and antics of MVP Patrick Mahomes as well as Travis Kelce. We took time to discuss some of the tragedy that made these victories so sweet and …
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On this episode: We know a little more about the motivations behind the GOP takeover of the Jackson Mississippi capitol police force. Georgia State Sen. Emanuel Jones (D) calls U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas an “Uncle Tom” while opposing a bill to place a statue of Thomas at the capitol. February fun with calendars Coontinues, Shout out…
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On this episode: Go Chiefs! Super Bowl Sunday is Here! We make our positions on the game known, at least most of us do. Our black history celebration continues as we are reminded by both Mississippi and Alabama why Black history is necessary and Critical Race Theory is more than a theory. Mississippi is taking local control of courts and capitol po…
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On this episode: NFL rumors suggest that the games are all scripted. As people with ties to KC, it sounds like bitter B(engal) talk to us. Maybe there’s something to it though. Maybe it's all scripted, from connections between Tyre Nichols and the cops who brutally beat him to death, to the Conservative SCOTUS letting domestic abusers keep guns bec…
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On this episode: If you’re thinking about downloading Uber Eats, be careful not to accidentally order from Uber Beats (0/5 stars, would not recommend…super ghetto!). Memphis police have the game effed up and delivered and uncalled for delivery to Tyre Nickols and completely over charged him. We’re glad they’re paying for that glitch but wonder if t…
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On this episode: Though Florida Governor Ron Desantis rejected AP Black History courses, Boston “Embraced” Black History and the legacy of Dr. and Mrs King, possibly a little too openly… Speaking of the Sunshine State, a native son, Flo Rida brought an injustice to light. A married female Tennessee officer Maegan Hall isn’t arresting gang bangers, …
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Continued from the previous episode: We had plans for the rest of the show but scrapped them in favor of dissecting a list of the top 200 vocalists of all time according to Rolling Stone. The controversy centered around the King of Pop, Micheal Jackson, being ridiculously listed at number 86. We discussed and played selected clips from the top 90 t…
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On this episode: We had the rare opportunity to get a clip from a friend of the show that reached a national audience, as the newly minted Missouri legislator discussed the only Republicans that don't believe in the “Right to Bare Arms”. We had plans for the rest of the show but scrapped them in favor of dissecting a list of the top 200 vocalists o…
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On this episode: The first of 2023 is filled with shenanigans. We caught up on some overlooked awards, giving Mississippi special recognition for 2022. We got live results on the historically embarrassing House Speaker race, by the end of the night Kevin McCarthy prevailed after Republican infighting on the House floor. Hakeem Jeffries was named as…
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BBB Year End Awards 2022 Anthony 1. The Cooney (Herman Cane aka 999) Gary Chambers Burns Confederate Flag https://twitter.com/garychambersjr/status/1491397288790740994?s=61&t=Skg51UAfeyaF1ISyDUa2Nw -Hershall Walker 111 -Kanye 11-Clarence Thomas 1-Kerri Lake- 2021 co-winners Tim Scott & Larry Elder Kim 2. The Great Debaters (*) Kid Eithers YouTuber …
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BBB Year End Awards 2022 1. The Cooney (Herman Cane aka 999) -Hershall Walker -Kanye -Clarence Thomas -Kerri Lake 2. The Great Debaters -Anti-MeleNATION League -Takeoff the Mask -Tia Mowry successful divorce 231 3. Not so Great moments in White Privilege -Brett Favre (224) -Killer Money Gang (218) Boyfriend Haul -Raw Cotton Pocket Square (220) -Liz…
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Continued from the previous episode: Coach Prime stuck around to Coach Jackson State University to a Celebration Bowl victory after accepting a job at the University of Colorado. Many HBCU alum feel slighted. We ask “why”, and hope to gain deeper insight from our cast members with HBCU affiliations. Things appeared to be boiling over as Shannon Sha…
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On this episode: It was good to get some folks back in the fold, but we were a couple brethren short of a full crew. Trump has a new Ponzi scheme he doesn't seem to understand himself. We saw a little justice for the wrongful killings of Atatianna Jefferson and Breonna Taylor at the hands of local police. Harris County Texas courtrooms were hacked …
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Brothers and Sisters weren't able to get together this week due to previously scheduled events. Luckily we had a pretty extensive postgame from last week. 10 Meters, AC Slim, and Joe Pop kicked it for a while discussing visions for the future and balancing responsibilities in the real world. We also had a little fun comparing the BBB clan to the Wu…
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On this episode: It's the holiday season. Throw out the Thanksgiving leftovers and be nice to those who make it possible for you to do your Christmas shopping. Cautionary tale, they may go on strike, or worse…spray up the break room. Barry O Da Goat has more bars for Hershall Walker in advance of the Georgia Senate run-off. A father was relieved hi…
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We took Thanksgiving off and I miss my guy Donnie Bosco. So here is an old school skeleton crew episode that reflects on the celebration surrounding the first Black Panther movie in February of 2018. So it's relevant as Wakanda Forever has just been released. We also talked about gun rights after the Las Vegas massacre.…
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