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Each Monday Morning, the MEDULLA TALK team puts together a unique take on the Houston cultural experience. The show is a mix of insightful guest interviews, edgy info highlights, and event field reports. Host Devonte Hill differentiates his interviews from other podcast interviews by offering listeners a peek behind the creative process from amazing creatives. Additionally, co-hosts Kyle Lee, Stephanie McNeal and Austin correspondent Jerel Jarmon all provide original input on social news and give helpful insight on events around their respective cities. Since Medulla Talk’s official season 1 opener on September 20, 2017, it is slowly becoming Houston’s premier radio talk show. NEW EPISODES AVAILABLE: Mondays at 10am CT ORIGINATION: Afrovibes Radio Houston Studios, Houston

Each Monday Morning, the MEDULLA TALK team puts together a unique take on the Houston cultural experience. The show is a mix of insightful guest interviews, edgy info highlights, and event field reports. Host Devonte Hill differentiates his interviews from other podcast interviews by offering listeners a peek behind the creative process from amazing creatives. Additionally, co-hosts Kyle Lee, Stephanie McNeal and Austin correspondent Jerel Jarmon all provide original input on social news and give helpful insight on events around their respective cities. Since Medulla Talk’s official season 1 opener on September 20, 2017, it is slowly becoming Houston’s premier radio talk show. NEW EPISODES AVAILABLE: Mondays at 10am CT ORIGINATION: Afrovibes Radio Houston Studios, Houston
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Each Monday Morning, the MEDULLA TALK team puts together a unique take on the Houston cultural experience. The show is a mix of insightful guest interviews, edgy info highlights, and event field reports. Host Devonte Hill differentiates his interviews from other podcast interviews by offering listeners a peek behind the creative process from amazing creatives. Additionally, co-hosts Kyle Lee, Stephanie McNeal and Austin correspondent Jerel Jarmon all provide original input on social news and give helpful insight on events around their respective cities. Since Medulla Talk’s official season 1 opener on September 20, 2017, it is slowly becoming Houston’s premier radio talk show. NEW EPISODES AVAILABLE: Mondays at 10am CT ORIGINATION: Afrovibes Radio Houston Studios, Houston

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English


Episodes

Education with Dr. Roma Benjamin, The NFL, and Black Panther

2/15/2018
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We had a chance to speak with Paster and Educator Dr. Roma Benjamin. During the discussion we talked about the state of our educational system and the literacy issues minority communities face. We also discussed possible solutions. In the later half of the episode we reflected on the Eagles winning the Super Bowl and issues with the NFL. We discussed it's relationship with it's players, drug use, and CTE discoveries. As a society we tend to look at athletes as objects of amusement and not...

Duration:01:07:19

"The Black Card" with Elijah Gibson

2/5/2018
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Art has many expressions. Some art is used for entertainment, while others aims to inspire thought. In this episode we welcome Professor/Choreographer Elijah Gibson and Choreographer/Dancer Alexis Anderson into the studio to talk about the upcoming production The Black Card. We asked about the meanings behind each of the five acts, as well as discuss the importance of the music used and choreography. The Black Card will be premiering on February 9th and 10th at the Midtown Arts & Theater...

Duration:00:59:43

Life is not Complicated with Carlos Wallace

1/29/2018
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“Life is about establishing a foundation, finding purpose, overcoming adversity, respecting your legacy, being fearless, rising above disappointment, striving towards success, and staying focused on moving forward.” - Carlos Wallace As a society, we have a lot of reflection and growth to do. We are constantly hit with outside pressures, and as social media (and media in general) tends to divide us, we find ourselves in need of help and guidance. In this episode we sat down with Author,...

Duration:01:02:30

Neutrality vs. Apathy: Social Issues and Violence

1/25/2018
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Neutrality vs. Apathy in regards to social issues in America. What is the minimum any of us should care about something that does not "directly" affect us? To see full post: https://totalmedulla.com/neutrality-vs-apathy-social-issues/

Duration:00:52:03

We are we going in 2018???

1/23/2018
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The biggest discussion that has taken over news in this country (besides Trump) has been sexual misconduct. Over 50 high profile individuals have gone down from accusations, and movements like #MeToo and TimesUp are pushing for cultural reform. We also see certain situations (like what happened with Aziz Ansari) question how we date and interact with each other. Don't forget about that new sex doll!! We touch on that as well (no pun intended). We unfortunately also talk about Trump and...

Duration:01:03:25

An Inside Look at "Dog Called Joe" by Rodney Chinelliott

1/8/2018
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We're super excited to get started with season 2 of Medulla Talk on Jan 21st. While you wait, here's an little appetizer! Songwriter and Music Producer Rodney Chinelliott also know as J.W. Americana stopped by the studio to talk about one of his favorite songs titled, "Dog Called Joe." It's unique in that a version of this song has been figured in 3 of his albums. In this interview I discover the history behind the song and why this song means so much to Rodney. Enjoy!

Duration:00:30:32

A Reflection on 2017 (Hold my Beer)

12/20/2017
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2017 sucked for a lot of people. It's an interesting concept, considering that we collectively said that 2016 was the worse year to date. It is as if 2017 said, "Hold my Beer." Since this is our last episode for 2017, we figured we'd take a moment to reflect on the year. Of course, we discussed the events behind Roy Moore, Donald Trump, the many protests and the rise of "fake news." We also reflected on our experiences with Medulla Talk. We've had many challenges, but we have grown a lot...

Duration:01:04:28

Escapisms are a must!!

12/13/2017
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I attended a music festival last weekend as a means to meet new artists and reconnect with old friends. If you're a person who attends music festivals on a regular, you'll notice (or at least I have) that there is a ton of weed smoked at these events. #TreesBeBurnin. Now, I'm not a sticker for drugs. I don't care either way whether you smoke or not, but I did find it interesting how over abundant it was. Everybody was Lit!! So I pondered, like I normally do. I asked, "What is the meaning...

Duration:01:07:05

Old People Get No Respect smh

12/7/2017
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After each Medulla Talk episode we record a small banter about topics that are at the top of our minds. In this one we reflected on the last episode (s:1 e:11) and touched on net neutrality and old people. Enjoy!

Duration:00:20:45

Digging into Conspiracy Theories

12/7/2017
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A professor from Anglia Ruskin University said, "[The] simplest form of explanation to why people believe in conspiracy theories is that they are suffering from some sort of psychopathology." Is this true? Or are there hidden truths behind conspiracy theories? With the help of our special guest Stevens Orozco, host of Raw Politics on All Real Radio, we dive into the rabbit whole and into some of the most popular conspiracy theories out there. Listen and Enjoy!

Duration:01:04:08