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Robert Monson, Sam Gay, and Trey Ferguson attempt to capture real life conversations that center around wrestling with God, issues within Black culture, and things in society/the world. Find out more about the work we produce and check out merch here: https://linktr.ee/threeblackmen Support Three Black Men and join our community at patreon.com/threeblackmen Connect with us at threeblackmenpodcast@gmail.com
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Black Culture

Black Culture

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Black culture is an Afrocentric podcast hosted by @d__captain @abelz_way @LeDopeChef and @damolagos. It’s an avenue where we discuss everything from entertainment to pop culture to politics, not leaving out your everyday banter. If it’s black! If it’s popping!! You can be sure to hear it on blackculture. Vibe with us on social media @blackculturepod
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The Podcast where two cousins discuss current events in the news and media from a Black Millennial perspective. Dre Chilly brings his own unique outlook on topics as a Detroit native and history buff, while his cousin AZ Shan brings her fresh perspective on the various subjects that they discuss. Like, Subscribe or Follow at: https://linktr.ee/whatsthedealcuz Have a topic you’d like us to comment on? Email us at wtdc@mail.com
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Join James "JP" Patrick, a Columbia-based personal trainer and wellness consultant as he dives into topics relevant to Black Queer Culture. From mental health to wellness, he has you covered. Make sure to subscribe to The Black Queer Culture Show!
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This Week in Black History, Society, and Culture

Black and African Diaspora Forum United (BADFU)

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"This Week in Black History, Society, and Culture" is a weekly podcast produced by the Black and African Diaspora Forum United (BADFU) an interracial group of faculty at Monmouth University concerned about issues pertaining to the Black/African American experience. BADFU members will periodically interview scholars, authors, activists, and community leaders on matters related to the history, society, and culture of Black and African American communities in the United States (U.S.) and beyond ...
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Uncomfortable questions. Uncomfortable opinions. Uncomfortable conversations. Join us on a journey to understand why we think and feel the way we do. Censorship does not change hearts and minds, it only divides and fosters extremism. If we can hear and challenge ideas in a public forum, and get to know the human experience behind the ideas, perhaps this is where change might begin. Critical thinking and compassion for the human experience are getting lost. Let's try to restore this.
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This episode is a mashup of a Black Coffee and Theology episode with Rob and Rose J Percy as well as an episode of the New Living Treyslation. Enjoy! To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do that via Pay…
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In this episode Robert and Trey sit down to discuss where they are at mentally in this season of life. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do that via Paypal: threeblackmenpodcast@gmail.com.…
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In this episode we open up the book of Hebrews to discuss faith and hope. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do that via Paypal: threeblackmenpodcast@gmail.com.…
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In this episode, Trey and Robert continue a conversation on rap beefs. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do that via Paypal: threeblackmenpodcast@gmail.com.…
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In this episode we chop it up about some of the latest rap beefs between Kendrick, J. Cole, Drake, and more. *Note* This episode was recorded before Kendrick's latest rap diss named Euphoria came out. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd like to support us fina…
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In this episode, we continue an open conversation with friend of the show Dr. Hart about cultivating hope and the obstacles that we face in this journey. Check out his podcast, Inverse Podcast as well as his website drewgihart.com. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ I…
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In this episode, we sit down to have an open conversation with friend of the show Dr. Hart about cultivating hope and the obstacles that we face in this journey. Check out his podcast, Inverse Podcast as well as his website drewgihart.com. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threebla…
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In this mini episode, Robert shares some thoughts on resurrection. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do that via Paypal: threeblackmenpodcast@gmail.com.…
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In this episode, we sit down to talk about what we are enjoying and gleaning from Beyonce's new album Cowboy Carter. As we continue to explore the theme of hope, we can’t leave out the soundtrack to our hopes and dreams. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd lik…
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In this episode, we continue a conversation on evolving, especially as Black men. We point to the evolution of recent artists like Andre 3000. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do that via Paypal: th…
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In this episode, we talk about the wisdom that we can gain by listening to our body as we age. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do that via Paypal: threeblackmenpodcast@gmail.com.…
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In this no-holds-barred episode of our podcast, SPJ and Tomb take on "The American Society of Magical Negroes," a film that's sparked controversy and disappointment in equal measure. From the cast and director urging audiences not to judge the movie by its trailer to the glaring absence of meaningful press in truly Black spaces, we dive deep into t…
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Sam and Robert sit down to have a conversation about the time it takes to cultivate gentleness. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do that via Paypal: threeblackmenpodcast@gmail.com.…
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Cue Anita Baker's "You Bring Me Joy" as Sam and Robert sit down to have a lighthearted conversation about things that are bringing hope and joy these days. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do that vi…
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In this eye-opening episode of 'Black Culture Geekz,' SPJ and Tomb tackle the complexities and controversies shadowing the music industry and celebrity culture. At the heart of today's discussion is Diddy's recent lawsuit, a cauldron of accusations ranging from sexual assault to questionable business practices, and a surprising claim involving Meek…
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This episode revisits a discussion we had back when we first started!To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do that via Paypal: threeblackmenpodcast@gmail.com.…
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In this episode, Trey and Robert discuss our last Black History highlight; Raphael Warnock. We discuss his book The Divided Mind of the Black Church and more. To support the work that we do here and check out the rest of this conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patre…
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In this Black History Month episode, Trey and Sam do the work of honoring and uplifting theologian, scholar, and minister Kelly Brown Douglas. To support the work that we do here and check out the rest of this conversation, please visit our Patreon: patreon.com/threeblackmen If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do tha…
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This week on 'Black Culture Geekz,' SPJ and Tomb unpack the whirlwind of reactions to the Super Bowl halftime show starring Usher and Beyoncé's groundbreaking announcement of a country album. The episode takes a sharp look at the MAGA crowd's backlash against Usher's electrifying performance, their efforts to spark a baseless rivalry with Taylor Sw…
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In this riveting episode of 'Black Culture Geekz,' hosts SPJ and Tomb dive into the swirling storm of discussions about Black artists and the Grammys. The spotlight shines on the recent waves made by Mo'Nique on Club Shay Shay, Jay-Z's impassioned Grammy rant, and Oprah's intrusive take on the matter. What does this say about the representation and…
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We are continuing our journey into Black History Month with people that we are inspired by. In this episode we talk about what James Baldwin's life has meant to us. To support the work that we do here and check out the rest of this conversation, please visit our Patreon: patreon.com/threeblackmen If you'd like to support us financially outside of P…
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Get ready for another thought-provoking episode of Black Culture Geekz with your favorite trio – SPJ, Tomb, and Adie. Today, we're tackling the intricate art of perspective: understanding when to zoom out to a macro view or zero in on the micro details, and why it's okay for these views to differ. From Jess Hilarious stepping into the spotlight on …
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In this episode we talk about Trey's new book Theologizin Bigger and the God that he has come to know. Please join us for a new season as we explore the contours and edges of hope. To support the work that we do here please check out: Patreon: patreon.com/threeblackmen Paypal: threeblackmenpodcast@gmail.com…
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In this episode we dive deep into the heart of accountability culture. Today, we're unraveling the complex layers of integrity and responsibility in forming opinions. Join us as we share personal stories, engage in thought-provoking discussions, and talk through the examples of the "brick lady" and Jess hilarious. Enjoy!…
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Back to our regular scheduled programming. In today's episode we Give an update on the saga surrounding the "brick lady" and react to the way some people are handling this latest turn. We also go over our weeks and put more of a dent in catching up everyone with what happened during our break. Oh, also SPJ went to Mexico. Enjoy!…
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This episode is a small excerpt of Robert’s interview with public theologian and author Ally Henny that they did about her book for his podcast, Black Coffee and Theology. For the full interview, check out the full thing wherever you listen to podcasts. To support the work that we do here please check out: Patreon: patreon.com/threeblackmen Paypal:…
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