Feb 11, 2022
It's been a minute since we hit yall with the State of Black
Masculinity Pt. 1. 2 years ago to be exact. In many ways it's a
completely different world. As we enter year 3 of the pandemic, our
lives, to varying degrees, have been flipped turned upside down.
But in some ways, Black masculinity and the livelihoods of Black
folks have remained unchanged.
In today's episode we talk about living through the pandemic,
the impact of white supremacy and state violence on us and we
discuss a few names you may or may not have heard about from
Boosie, to Dave Chappelle to Kevin Samuels.
We close the show talking about what divesting from patriarchy
looks like for us. We've all been indoctrinated into a system of
patriarchy and toxic masculinity, but what does it look like to
imagine alternatives for Black men? What does that work of
unlearning harmful behaviors and replacing them with new ones look
like? What lies on the other side of patriarchy for Black