Talking Too Loud with Thadeus T. Brooks
Arts & Culture Podcasts
Join Thadeus and his co-hosts as they humorously discuss everyday topics such as religion, politics, relationships, and everything in between!
Episode 12: Self-esteem
Episode 11: Adulting - What we wish we knew
Episode 11 is all about the different details we wish we knew before we became adults and let's just say that adulting sucks!
Episode 10: Finding Purpose in Life
How do you find purpose in life or if you've found it, how did you do it? In this episode, we navigate through this question talking about different ways you could find your purpose in life.
Episode 8: Religious Life
On this solo episode, I share with you more information on my education, my walk through Christianity, joining two religious orders and so much more.
Episode 9: Nostalgia - We love the 90's
We love the 90s! Join us on this episode as we take a flashback to our favorite songs, movies, TV Shows, and more!
Episode 7: Colorism
Discrimination based off one's color isn't just a black-white issue. This form of discrimination called "colorism" effects people of color around the world from within their own communities. Join Thadeus T. Brooks and his cohost Kita B. as they dive deep into the meaning of colorism, its effects around the world, and the things taking place to combat it.
Episode 6: Healthy Relationships
On this episode we go over the elements that can make or break a relationship and the healthy elements we should strive for.
Episode 5: Hot Topics
Join Thadeus and Nikita on this Fun Friday episode where they go over some of the hottest topics that are currently on the news!
Episode 4: Sibling Q&A
If you wanna know us a little deeper, then this is the episode! We talk about different Q&A and would you rather questions, the things that make us tick, and so many more "secrets"! In this episode we're getting to the truth!
Episode 3: Juneteenth
"Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free. Note that this was two and a half years after President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation - which had become official January 1, 1863." -www.juneteenth.com/history
Episode 2: Black Lives Matter
In this episode we talk about the Black Lives Matter movement, what it is and what it means to us.
Episode 1: Getting to Know Us
This episode is all about getting to know us as we start our podcast journey. Join our conversation and you'll learn things like where we grew up, what we do in our careers, what some of our passions are along with other cool stories. Join us as we lunch our podcast to the stars!