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WOKE HISTORY: Lil Rel

May 23, 2021
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Today’s guests are comedian Lil Rel Howery and DeShauna Spencer. Many of you may know him from his role as the hilarious TSA agent Rod Williams in the blockbuster-Oscar Nominated film Get Out. Rel was a regular cast member on The Carmichael Show, a sitcom on NBC that also featured Tiffany Haddish, Loretta DeVine, and David Allen Grier. He produced and starred in his own sitcom, Rel, on Fox in 2019.

WOKE HISTORY: Keeping It Real With Jeannie Mai

Mar 28, 2021
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Today’s guest is the Emmy-Award winning and NAACP Image Award winning host Jeannie Mai.

She can be seen each weekday on the nationally syndicated talk show “The Real,” and on ABC’s hit summer series “Holey Moley.” She was a contestant on a season of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars.

WOKE HISTORY: Black In Place

Mar 17, 2021
UNC Press

Dr. Brandi Thompson Summers is an Assistant Professor of Geography and Global Metropolitan Studies (GMS) at the University of California, Berkeley. The professor iiscusses her 2019 book Black in Place: The Spatial Aesthetics of Race in a Post-Chocolate City, which explores how aesthetics and race converge to locate blackness in Washington, DC.
 

Delmarva Public Media (DPM) Development Director Anne Young, Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore President Erica Joseph, Maryland Food Bank Eastern Shore Branch Senior Regional Program Director Jennifer Small, DPM General Manager Gerry Weston and DPM Membership Coordinator Patty Lanious. Edit | Remove

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