Dacia and Aaron talk Robert Kelly’s interview with Gayle King, how we find humor in our violence and whether the memes are worth it, David Brooks and his surprising support of reparations, we also remind everyone mayonnaise is a bonding agent and nothing more.
Dacia and Aaron unpack the most disturbing Black History Month in recent memory, namely the horror show that was the Michael Cohen hearing and how white folks forget the definition of racism weekly. We also introduce “Black to Work”, a segment observing corporate attempts at diversity and equity.*
*This show was recorded March 3, 2019.
Dacia and Aaron celebrate the first half of Black History Month by examining the most disturbing February in recent memory. We talk blackface, Joy Villa, and why claiming ignorance instead of owning racism implicates all white Americans.
Unreasonable Fridays? Not QUITE ready yet.
Almost. So here is a snippet from our last production meeting while we wait.
“Menocore” is a fashion craze where young, wealthy white women dress like old, wealthy white women for kicks.
Dacia is not amused.