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
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
It’s been a week now since the Surviving R Kelly docu-series shocked and disgusted the nation on the Lifetime network. The #MuteRKelly movement has picked up significant steam and there have been more conversations about sexual predators. However, the black community is still divided on how we move forward. As crazy as it seems, there
In this podcast episode we dissect the revelations in the new Lifetime Network docu-series, Surviving R Kelly, and the much broader implications of race and rape culture. It’s a tough but necessary discussion and it is our hope that it will encourage you to continue the conversation. Let us know what you think at https://gethappywithj.com/.
The two dominating news stories this past week were both related to sexual assault. On Wednesday, Bill Cosby was sentenced to three to ten years in prison for a sexual assault that occurred in 2004. Thursday the nation watched as Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh faced a senate hearing. These two unprecedented events