In recognition of the tragic assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King 50 years ago this week, the bruthas give a 50-year report card on America's progress towards recognition of Dr. King's dream. Needless to say, America is going to be spending the next few years in summer school trying to make up for lost opportunities. That being said, there is some good news on various fronts and the bruthas discuss ways to move forward, collectively and individually.
In this episode, the Bruthas give their shout outs to the blockbuster film, Black Panther and wrap their discussion of the film around the context of the tragic incident at Stony Douglas High School in Florida. Spoilers are limited.
In this episode, the Bruthas take a deep dive into the 2018 State of the Union address and the Democratic responses. In particular, the response by Joe Kennedy III causes one of the bruthas to anoint him as "The One." Lastly, the bruthas weigh in on Monique's call for a boycott of Netflix.
In this episode, the bruthas review the year that was for black America in 2017. They cover the Hollywood successes of Moonlight and Get Out, the #takeaknee movement, the first year under Trump, the Ball family fiasco, Kevin Hart's sex tape, Tyrese's YouTube meltdown, Floyd Mayweather's great white hype and so much more.
In this episode, the bruthas discuss their experiences at a historically black college vs. Ivy league schools, with an emphasis on the unique aspects of HBCUs, most notably, homecoming. Also, the bruthas report their results to the survey question -- Do white folks use wash cloths?
Join the Bruthas-N-Law as they discuss how amazingly significant Black folks like Benjamin Banneker get reduced to historical footnotes in the eyes of hegemonic society, how Apple's VP of Diversity Denise Young Smith thinks 12 white guys is sufficiently diverse, and Brotha Carter spits hot freestyle fire and ethers his competition... plus a shoutout to T-Pain.