A Look Back at Season 2
Season 2 in the books. J does a recap.
DJ Cosmic Kev
Season 2 is winding down with a conversation with the legendary DJ Cosmic Kev.
In this episode of "The History of Being Black" podcast, host J Hall sits down with special guest Tiffany Ford, the business guru based in Philadelphia. Tiffany shares her inspiring story of how she turned her passion into a paycheck with her thriving child care business. Tiffany also shares her e…
Dr. Gina Lathan
Take a ride with History of Being Black host J. Hall and he cruises down the famous Route 66 with Dr. Gina Lathan CEO of Route History. They discuss the black business along the route and the origins of the famous Green Book.
A Conversation About Baldwin
Joining J on the podcast this week, Charles Reese known as the Cultural Architect for Public Engagement, Charles Reese is a multi-hyphenated actor, author, and program curator who has carved out his own lane in the entertainment industry. Reese earned his BA Degree in Mass Communications/Theatre A…
PR Brand Management Entrepreneur Ivan Thomas steps in to talk elevating your blackness and defy gravity through branding.
Taneshia Nash Laird
In this episode of "The History of Being Black," host J Hall sits down with Taneshia Nash Laird, president and CEO of the Greater Roxbury Arts and Cultural Center (GRACC), to discuss the importance of non-profits and community service. Taneshia shares her personal journey and how it led her to beco…
In this episode of History of Being Black, host J Hall sits down with guest Amber Cabral to delve into her roots in Detroit and her early interest in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). Amber shares how growing up in a predominantly Black city shaped her understanding of race and how it led her…
In this episode, host J Hall discusses the recent Women's NCAA final game and the difference in response to taunting from Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese. Trash talk in sports is nothing new, but the way it is received and responded to can vary based on the identity of the person doing the taunting …
Author J.P. Miller stops by for a conversation about her book and she and J discuss some little known names from the Civil Rights era that are due some shine.