Confessions of a Native Son

A weekly Society, Culture and Personal Journals podcast
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I share my thoughts on being selected to participate in the Hoover Institutes Veteran Fellowship Program at Stanford University (VFP). To learn more about the Hoover Institutes VFP Program at Stanford University, click here: https://hvr.co/3BEV
I sit down with my Navy Boxing Teammate Antone Aku, to discuss his childhood, his time in the SEAL Teams, and his future as an entrepreneur. Leave a comment on today’s show on my Substack at https://bit.ly/2Xc2TVE Follow me on Twitter here:
I share the inaugural episode of IRONBOUND Media's new podcast, "Black Entrepreneurs Survive And Thrive" or BEST. The BEST podcast is for impact investors, community leaders, and institutions, and committed to economic empowerment and support o
I share my thoughts on Higher Education and discuss the Wall Street Journal article, “College Was Supposed to Close the Wealth Gap for Black Americans. The Opposite Happened,” By Rachel Louise Ensign and Shane Shifflett. Subscribe to the show'
Col. Hobbs and I discuss the final days of the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan, the Narrative in the Media, and where we go from here as a Country. Leave a comment on today’s show on my Substack at https://bit.ly/2Xc2TVE For all of o
My long-time friend, fraternity brother, and fellow Marine, Phillip Jones, joins the show to discuss how we can build bridges of social capital within our community. Leave a comment on today’s show on my Substack at https://bit.ly/2Xc2TVE Fo
I’m joined by fellow Afghan War Veteran, Author, and Army Green Beret, Herb Thompson, to discuss our feelings on the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan. Let me know what you think of today’s episode by subscribing to my Substack at https:
Why do we care so much about vanity metrics, even when common sense tells us otherwise? Let me know what you think of today’s episode on by subscribing to my Substack at https://bit.ly/2Xc2TVE For all of our listeners and superfans tuning in
I open up about the negative thoughts that have been playing in my head and how I'm replacing them with new soundtracks, day by day. Let me know what you think of today’s episode on Instagram @ironmikesteadman or Linkedin: https://bit.ly/2Uyh6e
I open up about how I'm constantly moving the goalposts and my struggles with being present. For all of our listeners and Superfans tuning in all over the world, head over to ConfessionsofANativeSon.com and sign-up for our newsletter. If you
My criticism and revelation regarding the conscious capital movement. Am I wrong or am I right? Let me know on instagram @ironmikesteadman or Linkedin: https://bit.ly/2Uyh6eJ For all of our listeners and Superfans tuning in all over the world,
The following is an open love letter to the sport of boxing and a reminder to myself, why I started IRONBOUND Boxing. For all of our listeners and superfans tuning in all over the world, head over to ConfessionsofANativeSon.com and sign-up for
I discuss the complexity of race relations between Native-born African-Americans and African Immigrants, with my fraternity brother and fellow Naval Academy graduate Jude Akpunku Jr. You can purchase Jude's book "The Dangers of A Single Story"
Predominately white universities spend an abundant amount of money and resources recruiting young black men, but what's the point if there are no systems and infrastructure in place to ensure they succeed and graduate once they're there? For a
In this episode, I discuss the Pulitzer Prize-winning book “The Underground Railroad'' by Colson Whitehead, along with the Amazon Series directed by Berry Jenkins. Resources mentioned in this episode: The Underground Railroad by Colson Whit
In the following episode, I sat down with my longtime friend, fellow Marine and Naval Academy graduate, Huy Troung. As a first-generation Vietnamese American who immigrated to America at an early age, Troung brings a unique perspective on the A
Seventeen-year-old Newark resident and THRIVE graduate Méchelle Kelsick makes the case for an "Afrikan" Centered Education. This is an episode you don't want to miss...
How one black man overcame hurt, anger, and trauma by learning to forgive....
In this 1960 conversation with host Nathan Cohen on the CBC-TV program Encounter, Baldwin incorporates history and culture to try to explain the modern-day relationship between white people and "the Negro" in the United States.
In the following episode, Rutgers-Newark Alumni and Third Year Harvard Law School Student, Mo Light, shares his experience as a Muslim American.
What's going on everyone, Welcome to another edition of Confessions of a Native Son, I'm your host "IRON" Mike Steadman. I'm a Marine Corps Veteran, Entrepreneur, and Aspiring author, who enjoys thought-provoking and engaging dialogue about rac
Whether you are aware or not, last October I launched another podcast called "The Transition," where I demystify the entrepreneurial experience for veterans and military spouses. I have the privilege of hosting this podcast for Bunker Labs, a n
What's going on everyone, Welcome to another edition of Confessions of a Native Son, I'm your host "IRON" Mike Steadman. I'm a Marine Corps Veteran, Entrepreneur, and Aspiring author, who enjoys thought-provoking and engaging dialogue about rac
What's going on everyone, Welcome to another edition of Confessions of a Native Son, I'm your host "IRON" Mike Steadman, a Marine Corps Veteran, Entrepreneur, and Aspiring author, who enjoys thought-provoking and engaging dialogue about race, c
What's going on everyone, Welcome to another edition of Confessions of a Native Son, I'm your host "IRON" Mike Steadman. I'm a Marine Corps Veteran, Entrepreneur, and Aspiring author, who enjoys thought-provoking and engaging dialogue about rac
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