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Full Show | Chris Brown vs Quavo, A Homeless Ban is Being Considered, A Black French Singer Is Facing Racism After Being Selected To Perform At The Olympics, and MORE

podcast April 22, 2024


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In this episode of The Amanda Seales Show, we dive into the resilience of Columbia University students who protested against university policies, resulting in their suspension. Meanwhile, in Wisconsin, a bill addressing missing Black women failed to pass, raising questions about the state’s commitment to addressing this issue. Additionally, we discuss why Milwaukee might not be an ideal relocation spot. Our Big Up Let Down segment features a chess master breaking records and a disappointing move by Chris Brown, shedding light on societal attitudes toward women. Tune in for insightful discussions and thought-provoking topics.

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FOLLOW ALONG AS WE COVER:  

(03:59) – Blackurate News: Over 100 Columbia University and Barnard College students were arrested after refusing to leave a pro-Palestinian encampment on campus, resulting in their suspension from the university.

 

(10:24) – Week/Weekend Recap

 

(15:01) – 60 Second Headlines

 

Story 1: Tomorrow, the Senate will vote on a $95 billion foreign aid package passed by the House, which includes funding for Ukraine and Israel.

 

Story 2: A jury has been picked – and today opening statements begin in the case – known as the People of the State of New York versus Donald J. Trump.

 

Story 3: Rich people are getting second or even third citizenships from different countries just in case things here go left.

 

Story 4: Congratulations are in order for WNBA star Brittney Griner and her wife Cherelle who are now expecting a baby.

 

(17:39) – Caller Phone Lines are Open

(21:40) – Blackurate News: A Wisconsin bill that would have created a task force on missing and murdered African American women failed to pass as time ran out on the legislative session.

 

(25:54) – Pop Culture: One of France’s most popular pop singers Aya Nakamura is getting racist attacks over being rumored to perform at the Olympics 2024 opening ceremonies.

 

(29:33) – Big Up, Let Down

Big up – Big up goes to some strong Nigerian coffee that probably fueled Tunde Onakoya (Ona-Koya), during a 60 hour chess marathon. 

Let down – Goes to Chris Brown’s diss track aimed at Quavo for dating Karuche because, you know, heaven forbid someone else dates his ex.

(33:47) – Caller Phone Lines are Open

 

(36:39) – On this day, April 22nd in 1978 Bob Marley – returned from exile for a concert nearly two years after an assassination attempt

 

(39:25) – Blackurate News: The US Supreme Court is considering a homeless ban, questioning if laws against sleeping outside when no shelter is available are constitutional, challenging a small Oregon town’s anti-camping law.

 

(43:34) – Group Chat Topic of the Week: Stephen A. Smith Receives Backlash about Trump comments

 

(48:56) – Small Doses Segment

 

(52:01) – Caller Phone Lines are Open

 

(53:42) – The word of the day is:

 

(56:35) – Politicians Say the Darnedest Things

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