P1 Reality Check
In this episode we talk about unwritten rules of life between people, feel good story of a 94 year black woman finally able to buy her dream wedding dress 70 years later and our feature Robert Gordon
In this episode we discussed "The Doll Experiment" and the contributions of Mamie and Kenneth Clark to the black community particularly in the 1954 case of Brown v. Board of Education. We discuss blac
In this episode we discussed how systemic racism buried black communities and replaced those communities with lakes and parks. Destroying legacies and lives to keep black communities from thriving an
In this episode we discussed the impact that HBCUs made in college football. We also discuss NCAA lifting rules for college athletes capitalizing finacially off their personal brands.
In this episode we celebrated the life and achievements of Frederick Douglass Patterson, who was the first African American car manufacturer. We also highlighted the first African American female pit
In this episode we discussed the Greenwood District of the 1900s in Tulsa, Ok. Also known as Black Wall Street or as Booker T. Washington put it affectionately, Negro Wall Street. We highlight how this neighborhood came to be and we celebrate the black .
In this episode we discussed Annie Turnbo Malone, the Chemist, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist. Widely know as the mother of haircare she revolutionized the industry with her product innovations and her marketing genius. She is responsible for Madam CJ .
In this Episode we discuss the Bruce family, who purchased land in California in 1912 and turned it into a luxurious resort community. Then due to white supremacy it was destroyed and seized by the local government resulting in the halting of a legacy th.
In this first Episode we discussed "Free" Frank McWhorter's amazing story of triumph by buying himself and his family out of slavery through entrepreneurship and real estate development. This is a great piece of black history that demonstrates black crea.
In this Episode we discuss the Bruce family, who purchased land in California in 1912 and turned it into a luxurious resort community. Then due to white supremacy it was destroyed and seized by the local government.