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Today we share part two of our amazing conversation with Dr. Keila Lopez, as we explore the reality of COVID-19 in America and how the pandemic has underlined the inequalities that have been present for a long time. Keila's insight and wisdom a
We are back with another great conversation, as we continue this amazing second season of the podcast! Today we are joined by the amazing, inspiring, and humble Dr. Keila Lopez, and we really cannot wait to share this episode with all of you, i
As we get into the meat of our second season, we have another heavy hitter guest for all of you today! Kathryn McLay is the Chief Executive Officer at Sam's Club US and is an inspiring leader whose wisdom we cannot wait to share with our listen
We are back with Season 2 and we promise this is going to be just as engaging and thought-provoking as the first, if not more so! We have a whole lot of special surprises in store for you with a star-studded lineup of guests sharing their life
Today we wrap up our Best of Season 1 series and while these subjects are more often upsetting and confusing than not, there is some light at the end of the tunnel, and we try our best to end things off on a high note. Here's to another great s
For this episode, we spend some time looking back at the highlights of our two-part series on masculinity and how we can begin to redefine it in more healthy ways for everyone. As you may remember from these two popular episodes, we used the st
We have had such a great experience bringing you the first season of the DäBU Podcast, and to commemorate its completion we are rounding up some highlights and stand-out moments. This episode is part two of our 'best of' compilation, and we hav
We have reached the end of the first season of The DäBU Podcast and what a powerful experience it has been so far for ourselves!  We hope it has been equally as impactful for our listeners too. There have been so many difficult but important is
Welcome back to part two of our discussion about the January 6 insurrectionist protest. In today’s show, we continue to unpack events on the day of the storming of Capitol Hill. We also pull up several clips that demonstrate the continuation of
The U.S. government’s response to the January 6 storming of Capitol Hill by Trump supporters is one of the most significant examples of racial double standards from our current moment in history. In this episode, we discuss this issue, explorin
Welcome back to the second part of our series on redefining masculinity. Masculinity is an intrinsic part of being human and is a quality possessed by men, women, and nonbinary gender identities. Over time, the essence of masculinity and femini
Masculinity and manhood are human traits that are hugely misunderstood. Over time, the embodiment of these characteristics has changed, and men are acting out their manhood and masculinity through attributes like stoicism and never crying.In th
Since it’s our mission to give our listeners what they want, we’ve brought you a standalone episode that covers different topics yet always comes back to the question, “What would you do?” We are in the third week of November and it is still no
Cedric and Kojo will be make their popular WWYD (What Would You Do) segment available as stand-alone episodes based on the demand of their listeners.  They are also introducing an opportunity for the listeners to be on future episodes.  They ar
The final day of voting is tomorrow, so today we continue the conversation we started last week about the importance of doing so, especially for people of color. In this episode, we talk about many different examples of institutional racism in
With the 2020 Presidential Election drawing closer, we thought it only be fitting to continue our race and racism series, this time delving into issues like dog-whistling and voter suppression. We kick off the show with a clip from Lee Atwater,
In part two of our all-access episode with Kojo Mensah-Bonsu, we get straight back into it, taking stock of his story so far, where he is now finally living out his dream of playing Division I basketball at a top-tier university. A late pre-sea
If you have a dream, you have to guard it at all costs, and there are few people as fiercely protective over their ambitions as Kojo Mensah-Bonsu. In this all-access episode, we get to know this incredible man, brother, son, husband, and friend
Cedric & Kojo are continuing the series of episodes focusing on racism in America.  They use this conversation to look at the Jacob Blake shooting, comments from leaders, and the roots of the issues we are still witnessing. As incidents of poli
Cedric and Kojo are back at it again. Kojo interviews Cedric and does a masterful job of highlighting key milestones and character traits Cedric exhibited along the way. Cedric embodies the true character of a journeyman and took “The Road Less
Cedric and Kojo immerse themselves in constructive intelligent dialogue on a variety of topics. The 2 former athletes turned business leaders will share their insights, opinions and experiences on a wide range of topics. Subjects ranging from p
Cedric and Kojo discuss James Baldwin’s contributions and his famous quote "How long do you want me to wait for your progress?". Then the pair dive right into “The Faces of the Facts" segment - George Floyd, Tamir Rice, Eric Garner are high-lig
They start with a blood boiling clip from an interview where Charles Barkley talks with Richard Spencer, who is known for his activism on behalf of the Alt-Right. They have a poignant discussion regarding white America’s identification of being
Cedric and Kojo discuss the impact of racism and the trauma to society it causes. How and why citizens respond to recorded videos of extrajudicial executions. Is there a difference between a rioter and looter? The pair reflect on Martin Luther
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