With all the recent talk about Colin Kaepernick not standing for the National Anthem, we delve into the history of sports and politics. It appears that prominent athletes have made a stand for injustices and human rights in the past. Which begs the question is this 2016 or 1968?
Also in this episode MTV's VMA commentary and Yung Joc's "Soul Glo".
In this episode we speak with Dr. Mark Richardson about his troubled past. From being a convicted felon, serving time in New York state prison, to becoming a respected Ph.D in his profession. We discuss his journey avoiding the pitfalls of recidivism, and his new endeavor aiding children k-12th grade receive the resources they need to become successful. We also converse how his program prevents the school to prison pipeline.
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Finally, the Bros Fletch are back together to provide you everything you've been missing... And more!
Thank you for rocking with us. In this episode: Trump steps in it again, MMA fighter vs. local CT police, and Dumb Shit!
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Love it or hate it, having two political nominees running for president of the United States that no one wants to vote for has changed the discussion. Are these 2 party voting systems all we have to look forward to in the future? Will there be a change that will include all people without leaving anyone out? Can we have more than 2 systems in a democratic country?
Friend of the show Marcus Gates and I discuss these issues and more.
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