🎉 New Year. New Podcast! 🎧
The Dungeons 'n' Durags Podcast is LIVE
Happy New Year Friends!
Wow! It’s been over three months since I first told you about the new podcast, Dungeons ‘n’ Durags, part of the Ebony Covering Black America Podcast Network. I must say, I’m really loving how the show has turned out.
Since launching in November, we now have SIX episodes published (plus a couple of bonus episodes). I think you will enjoy listening to it. It’s unlike anything in this genre (i.e. a podcast covering the intersection of the Black community and race, religion, pop culture, and politics.) It’s in the vein of shows like Radiolab, This American Life, Reply All, and 99% Invisible.
Below is the lineup so far. My personal faves are episodes 2 & 3. But they’re all good (if I do say so myself). Note: there are copious amounts of adult language, including the use of the dreaded N-word. So, be mindful of who’s in listening range. 😮
01: Sh*t’s ‘bout 2 Git Real: wherein Ron lays out the premise of the show about his personal journey into “blackness.”
02: Never 2 Late 2B Black: wherein Ron shares how he went from a very Black childhood to a very white adulthood.
03: Squids, Crabs, & Barrels! Oh my!: wherein Ron learns the meaning of “crabs in a barrel” and he administers a home-brewed DIY version of Squid Game based on Black sitcom trivia.
04: Whose Diss?: wherein Ron does “research” to determine which is the better diss rap: Tupac’s “Hit ‘em up” or Ice Cube’s “No Vaseline.”
05: Happy Birthday White Jesus: wherein Ron looks for a new personal meaning of Christmas.
Christmas Bonus: Is “Die Hard” a Christmas movie? (why is this still a debate?!)
06: N*gga Luvahs: wherein Ron, JD, and Yolanda discuss the use of that most taboo of words.
Click here for the main podcast page. You can subscribe to the show wherever you get your favorite podcasts.
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Until next time, I’ll leave you with how I end every show…
Having white privilege is not bad. Denying it is. And in the absence of Biblical certainty, choose love.