In this podcast episode we explore the phenomenon of the cancel culture. We analyze the concept and what it means specifically to African-Americans. In the world of social media it is all too easy to become divided and angry. As we all navigate the landscape of the internet, it is good to do self-checks and
Colorism in the black community is a sensitive topic to discuss. In this podcast episode, Karen and I open up about our personal experiences with colorism. We have to very different points of view on the issue in ways which may be surprising. We only touch the surface with an issue that runs deep. There
Weeks before the Mueller report was released to Attorney General William Barr, there was a murmur which began in response to the question we were all asking ourselves, “What if the Mueller report doesn’t conclude much of anything?” The very thought that after two years of waiting for the report nothing much would come of
Attorney Don Jackson joins me in this week’s podcast episode. With the help of Don’s legal expertise, we analyze the recent public spectacle of the Jussie Smollett case and Cardi B’s troubling admissions. The sudden unexplained dismissal of all charges related to Jussie Smollott’s case creates an opportunity to have a larger discussion about crime
Turn on any news show and you are likely to hear the political debate about healthcare. Sadly, what is usually missing is the actual personal perspective of individuals for whom healthcare is not merely a talking point, but a crisis. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been under constant attack since it was signed into
This week’s podcast episode is a mash-up of several hot topics. Take a listen and share your thoughts. We discuss the tragic mass shooting in New Zealand and the rise of white nationalism. We also delve into the Leaving Neverland documentary, the Jussie Smollett scandal and more. Thanks for listening!
In this podcast episode my guest, Jeanne Anders, and I review the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland and the Oprah Winfrey hosted show, After Neverland. It’s a no holds barred discussion of the documentary with further commentary about child sexual abuse and pedophilia. Listen and join the conversation by sending a comment to the Get Happy
This episode is a quickie! Jittaun shares podcast updates and answers a few listener questions ranging from politics to pop culture. https://www.facebook.com/gethappywithj https://gethappywithj.com/
The 2018 midterm elections saw an unprecedented wave of female winners. This is a phenomenon that not only saw big wins in Congress, but in local elections all over the country. Our guest for this podcast episode is Dr. Rita Ali, who is currently running for City Council at Large in Peoria, Illinois. Dr. Ali
Karen Wilson returns for a chat covering current topics. In this episode we discuss the Grammy Awards, the Colin Kaepernick settlement and more. Whether you agree or disagree with the opinions expressed, we would love to hear from you. Drop us a line at our Facebook page or on the website http://www.gethappywithj.com.