Episode 55 - Racism, Diversity, and Hip Hop: Interview with Shaun Judah

This week, Keith W, Justin, and newcomer Jess interview social activist and hip hop artist Beshaun "Shaun Judah" Leavell. Keith and Shaun reminisce about their days in the Army and share stories of racial injustice. Is there systematic racism in our country? Could we ever see the end of racism? And how do we develop multicultural societies, friendships, and churches? Listen to find out what we think! Furthermore, the guys (and girl) also talk about the hip-hop scene, and the inspiration behind Shaun's newest album. This is definitely one of our favorite episodes that we've ever recorded, so do not miss this one! As always, be sure to comment, rate, and subscribe to the podcast! Let us know what you think! Also, be sure to check out Shaun's music by going to Facebook, Sound Cloud, The Lectures EP, and Slang Tongue Dialect.

Show Notes:

Intro Music: Dubstep - BenSound

Opening:

Celebrating One Year and Introducing Jess. and just a little FOOTBALL

First Music Break: Daywalkers - Propaganda feat. Lecrae

Meat and Potatoes:

Talking Racism and Social Injustices with Shaun Judah

Second Music Break: Chances Are - Shaun Judah

Talking Hip Hop with Shaun Judah

Third Music Break: Outstanding - Shaun Judah

Outro:

Recapping the Show, Looking Back at the Year, and a lot of sound bytes