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Democracy-ish is a podcast dedicated to fighting for democracy and preserving your sanity in a time when both are under active assault by forces committed to white supremacy and stupidity.. For far too long our body politic has been viewed through an all white prism that does not represent the multiracial nation that is the United States of America. Hosts Danielle Moodie and Wajahat Ali always keep it real, blunt and entertaining as they discuss how we can achieve a multiracial democracy and ...
 
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Politics of Food

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Politics of Food

DCP Entertainment / Westwood One Podcast Network

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An in depth look into the intentional politicization, economics and community impact of food on a global scale. Food impacts more than just our daily nutrition and can be a way to wage wars & control populations. Through conversations with experts and everyday people, we will learn the true impact of food.
 
We all have setbacks, struggles, and tough moments. Paralympian Lacey Henderson talks to influencers, entrepreneurs, athletes, activists, creatives, and more to conversate about powering through life’s challenges and finding humor throughout it all. This show is for the losers, the ones who made it through the awkward years and came out stronger for it on the other side. Because at the end of the day, at one point or another, we’ve all been Picked Last in Gym Class. Host: Lacey Henderson Exe ...
 
Who Was Prince? is the ultimate look at the greatest and most mysterious musician of the modern era. Prince was a genius singer, songwriter, guitarist, and performer but how did he create so much music, what was he like as a person, what was his childhood like? This eight episode series is built on interviews with people who were close to him—people who played in his bands, managed his career, engineered his music, or dated him. We explore his multiple personalities, his love of basketball, ...
 
Named to TIME Magazine’s list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2012, licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen discusses mental health, emotional well-being and finding our healthy “inner space”. She talks with public figures in sports, entertainment, business, religion and politics to help us learn more about developing healthy habits, recognizing the signs of emotional pain in ourselves and our loved ones, and finding ways to care for those who are suffering. ...
 
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Touré Show Ep - 42: I Am Fashion Original Air Date: August 15, 2018 My friend Andre Leon Talley passed away this week. He was a fashion world icon who rose from nothing to become a major player and tastemaker. He’s brilliant, witty, funny, and a lot of fun to be around and all of that comes out in this epic conversation. Instagram: @toureshow Twitt…
 
It's been 365 days since Biden took office. While this administration walked into a dumpster fire the question we have is did they make matters worse? Danielle and Waj play teacher this week and offer our grades on year one. This and more this week's democracy-ish Hosts: Danielle Moodie & Wajahat Ali Executive Producer: Adell Coleman Senior Produce…
 
Snoop aka Felicia Pearson is a Baltimore legend, a hustler who became a star on The Wire and is now an actor. She’s had a crazy life and we get into lots of her wildest stories and what makes her tick. Amazing conversation. Toure Show Episode 306 Host & Writer: Touré Senior Producer: Jackie Garofano Assistant Producer: Adell Coleman Editor: Ryan Wo…
 
Toure Show Ep 168: James Mtume–I Am Music Original Air Date: August 21, 2020 The legendary James Mtume passed away recently so let’s throwback to our 2021 convo with the musician who played with Miles Davis and made “Juicy Fruit” which became the basis for Biggie’s “Juicy.” He’s got all kinds of stories about his incredible life in music. He will b…
 
Hrishikesh Hirway is the man behind the amazing podcast and TV show Song Exploder and he’s a musician and an all around amazing person with an awesome sounding voice. He’s got a new song out called Between Here And There featuring Yo-Yo Ma. Check it out here: https://ffm.to/betweenthereandhere Toure Show Episode 305 Host & Writer: Touré Senior Prod…
 
Original Air Date: March 10, 2021 Original Title: Toure Show Ep 225 - I'm in the House Maxine Waters is one of the most powerful and charismatic people in Congress. But how do you get important things passed when Republicans want to obstruct everything? We dig into how she fights and the legislation she cares most about. This is a throwback to our …
 
The attack on our democracy didn't end on 1/6/21 it was just the beginning. Like bad James Bond villains, Republicans are telling us exactly what they are planning and how they want America to look but the question remains--is anyone in power going to do anything about it or are we headed to a hybrid DINO regime... Democracy In Name Only? Danielle …
 
Armand Hammer is a legendary underground hiphop duo that’s been rocking the mic for years. They’re brilliant and their rhyming is incredible and it was an honor to talk to two amazing veteran MCs about music. Toure Show Episode 304 Host & Writer: Touré Senior Producer: Jackie Garofano Assistant Producer: Adell Coleman Editor: Ryan Woodhall Photogra…
 
Doug Lyons is a great young Broadway playwright as well as an actor, writer, director, and composer. He loves creating stories that will illuminate the lives of Black queer people and I love talking to him about Broadway, acting, writing, and how he wants to tell great stories about gay people. Toure Show Episode 303 Host & Writer: Touré Senior Pro…
 
Touré Show Ep - 159: I Save People Original Air Date: July 22, 2020 Iyanla Vanzant is one of the most interesting guests I’ve ever had. In this talk she deeply analyzes the world, herself, me, everything. She’s a fountain of wisdom. I am usually skeptical of spiritual guru types but this woman is doing the work of saving people. And this conversati…
 
It's hard to believe 2021 is almost a wrap and what a year it has been. We began with an insurrection, dealt with two new COVID-19 variants, high profile trials of white supremacists, mass shootings and more historic climate events than can be counted. What will 2022 have in store?!? Something good?! Or at least not so terrible?!? Inshallah! All th…
 
Zakiya Dalila Harris is the best-selling novelist who wrote The Other Black Girl, a book that took the publishing industry by storm. I love talking to writers about writing and their process and the way to make a book explode. Instagram: @toureshow Twitter: @toure Toure Show Episode 302 Host & Writer: Touré Senior Producer: Jackie Garofano Assistan…
 
Original Air Date: September 2, 2020 Original Title: Touré Show Ep 171: I'm A Writer Isabel Wilkerson is one of the great writers of her generation. The author of The Warmth Of Other Suns and Caste is creating narrative non-fiction that explains Black America with a depth and precision rarely seen. I love her research, I love her way of explaining …
 
Michael Eric Dyson is a brilliant public intellectual and a great friend. I love talking with him because he’s genius and because he loves Blackness so deeply. Here we dive into some of the messages in his new book Entertaining Race where he talks about the history of Black Americans being entertainers on every level. We are performative on a celeb…
 
Wendy Raquel Robinson is a star on The Game one of the longest-running shows on TV! We talk acting, affirmations, and how it is she’s managed to have such a long career. Instagram: @toureshow Twitter: @toure Toure Show Episode 300 Host & Writer: Touré Senior Producer: Jackie Garofano Assistant Producer: Adell Coleman Editor: Ryan Woodhall Photograp…
 
The most recent school shooting in Michigan at the hands of Ethan Crumbly should be an alarm. His parents are Trumpers through and through who wrote the former disgraced president a letter honoring him and the 2nd amendment. Ethan also journaled his rage and no one paid attention. So, now we are here. Are we prepared for a society filled with armed…
 
Tananarive Due understands horror. She’s written it, she’s studied it, she teaches about it at UCLA in a class that has Jordan Peele come by to explain his perspective. There’s something unique about Black horror films like Get Out or Candyman—they’re not usually just a madman going around killing. There’s usually some political angle that relates …
 
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