Think 100%: The Coolest Show

Think 100%: The Coolest Show

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S3 Ep 48: TCS Year in Review
December 20, 2021

We review The Coolest Show Season 3 with clips from guests and commentary from our producer. The Coolest Show – brought to you by Hip Hop Caucus Think 100% PODCASTS – drops new episodes every Monda

S3 E47: Black Women Matter w/ Alanna Murrell
November 22, 2021

Black Women's Health Imperative is dedicated to advancing health equity and social justice for black women and girls through policy, advocacy, education, research, and leadership development. In th

S3 Ep 46: Green [who] 2.0 w/ Andrés Jimenez & Jasmine Sanders
November 15, 2021

The latest edition of Green 2.0’s annual Transparency Report Card is set to release November 17, 2021. The report includes demographic data from 67 NGOs and, for the first time, a sample of foundation

S3 Ep 45: From Campus to Cabinet w/ EPA Administrator Michael Regan
November 08, 2021

Growing up in eastern North Carolina and attending North Carolina A&T State University, EPA Administrator Michael Regan is no stranger to the disproportionate effects of air pollution in Black, Brown,

S3 E44: The Crisis Within w/ Ramón Cruz
November 01, 2021

Over the past year, many of us have watched the reckoning in the environmental movement unravel in Sierra Club. Rev Yearwood speaks with Ramón Cruz, the President of Sierra Club. The two discuss leadi

S3 Ep 43: People Vs Fossil Fuels w/ Sumak Helena Gualinga & JD
October 25, 2021

The people have spoken, and they want their planet back. After the recent protest in Washington DC, people have demanded a fossil-free future and for President Biden to pick a side between the people

S3 Ep 42: Petrochemical Series: Ohio River Valley w/ Kathy Ferguson
October 18, 2021

The majority of petrochemical production in the United States has always taken place on the Gulf Coast. But, with low-priced shale gas from fracking in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia, the indus

S3 Ep 41: Petrochemical Series: Texas w/ Iris Gonzalez & Carol Smith
October 18, 2021

 In Texas, between 2000 and 2016, petrochemical refineries released more than 400 million pounds of pollution into the air. However, in all that time, the Environmental Protection Agency never once co

S3 Ep 40: Petrochemical Series: Louisiana w/ Sharon Lavigne
October 18, 2021

 In Louisiana, petrochemical factories are built upon the bones of African Americans as communities have been transformed into industrial structures. Sharon Lavigne is the founder of RISE St. James, a

S3 Ep 39: In Who We Trust w/ Dr. Beverly Wright & Dr. Robert Bullard
October 11, 2021

Cancer Alley, the eighty-five-mile stretch located in the southern state of Louisiana along the lower Mississippi River where enslaved Africans were forced to labor, serves as an industrial hub, with