Is it appreciation... or appropriation?
Why is sexuality hush hush, in the Black church and community?
Let's talk the cycle that is Black parenting
In this episode of All Rev’d Up, The Revs ask, ‘Can Black utopias unseen invigorate contemporary political thought, and possibly create a post-racist future?’
365 days since COVID hit the US, how are we, as a country still managing?
How do we view the Black church, now and will it change, post-COVID?
Amid constant racism in America, is this what the US is?
What is the importance of seeing Black faces on the big screen?
How to keep the faith through the dual holiday and pandemic season
How can we, as Black Americans, take back OUR time?
Election season, COVID-19...how do we heal America?
How are Black people still the target of voter suppression?
From the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, to COVID-19, how at ease should – or shouldn't we be?
As Black America wrestles with two pandemics: racism and COVID-19 – The Revs explore the stigmas, practices and celebration.
Black Agency and Influence
Kamala Makes History
Emmett and Irene return for another season and discuss their hopes for the podcast.
The Revs discuss Tyler Perry's new studio, and his enduring legacy on popular and African American culture.
Emmett and Irene spend some time with Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley
On today's episode, Emmett and Irene look at Kanye West's Sunday Services, the rapper's newest venture in self-promotion
In this episode, The Revs ask:Is there a proper use of the N-word?
On today's episode, The Revs explore the role of the church and it’s leaders’ place in American politics. Can we separate church and state?
In episode 5, The Revs discuss the concept of a new "cold civil war" that seems to have taken hold of our country.
In this episode, The Revs discuss reparations and what it means as we remember the arrival of the first Africans 400 years ago.