AFROPUNK Solution Sessions
AFROPUNK Solution Sessions
AFROPUNK Solution Sessions uses the spirit and power of community to tackle the most important conversations about how culture, activism, and politics impact young folks of color in a way that achieves positive results.
Feb 27, 2019
20 min
A Conversation With Stacey Abrams
Georgia’s Stacey Abrams is on the verge of becoming the first Black woman to be elected governor in the U.S. AFROPUNK Solution Sessions interviewed Abrams in February 2018, just as her campaign was gaining momentum. Proud to say, “we knew you when…”
Nov 2, 2018
42 min
Interview: Paul Butler
Yves talks to Paul Butler, a law professor at Georgetown University and author of the book "Chokehold: Policing Black Men".
Sep 21, 2018
42 min
Interview: Matthew Kincaid
Yves and Bridget talk with Matthew Kincaid, the founder of Overcoming Racism. He drops facts on U.S. education, breaking down false narratives, and the importance of having conversations about race early.
Sep 14, 2018
1 hr 31 min
Interview: Michaela Angela Davis and Elenni Davis-Knight
Bridget and Yves sit down with mother-daughter duo Michaela Angela Davis and Elenni Davis-Knight to talk legacy, Black genius, making space in art, music, and beauty, and Black girl fairy dust.
Sep 7, 2018
1 hr 13 min
Interview: Momo Pixel Pulls No Punches
In our "Identity" episode, Momo Pixel kept it real about being herself. In this full conversation, Yves and Momo talk being Black in white spaces, style & aesthetic, and finding your freedom.
Aug 31, 2018
43 min
Interview: Talking Truth and Identity with Raquel Willis
You might remember activist and writer Raquel Willis from our "Identity" episode. Now we're back with Bridget & Yves' full interview with Raquel, a deep dive into speaking your truth and celebrating identity.
Aug 24, 2018
1 hr 13 min
Interview: Sean Saifa Wall
In episode seven, "In a Box," Sean Saifa Wall shared his family's experience with incarceration. But he had a lot more to say beyond that. In this full interview, Saifa and Yves get into activism, the importance of community, and healing from trauma.
Aug 17, 2018
1 hr 8 min
Here at AFROPUNK, we say f**k respectability! Expressing ourselves as we are, for who we are, is what we do. Raquel Willis, Michaela Angela Davis, Lonnie Holley and a bunch of other special guests pull no punches in this special season finale.
Aug 8, 2018
53 min
Reclaiming Our Space
To be Black in America is to be constantly reminded of your oppression and Otherness. But that hasn't stopped us from healing and making our own damn lanes.
Aug 1, 2018
30 min
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