Sep 24, 2018
In this Brothaspeak Podcast episode 78, we speak to State Representative Shevrin D. Jones. In this conversation we talk about the current political environment, what it means to be progressive, the job of a state representative, LGBTQ issues, and more.
Shevrin D. Jones
Shevrin Jones, a Democratic member of the Florida...
Sep 9, 2018
In this Brothaspeak Podcast episode #77 we speak to famed choreographer & director Jamal Sims about his documentary WHEN THE BEAT DROPS, which is a bold and energetic documentary exploring "bucking," a dance subculture popular within the black LGBTQ community in the South.
Jamal Sims is one of today’s most...
Sep 2, 2018
In the Brothaspeak Podcast episode #76, we speak to Robert Phillipson. On the show we discuss some of his work such as T'Ain't Nobody's Bizness: Queer Blues Divas of the 1920s, and other unknown queer black history.
KweliTV is an interactive streaming platform that shares the African Diaspora experience through...
Aug 11, 2018
In this Brothaspeak Podcast episode #75 we speak with author John Collins talking about his book, God ain't call me Fag. In this interview John conveys his experience in discovering his truth, while in the process relearning and maintaining his relationship with god.
Book - God ain't call me Fag
This project speaks...
Aug 5, 2018
In this Brothaspeak Podcast episode #74 we talk to Darnell Moore to discuss his new book, No Ashes in the Fire. In this interview we dive into his creative process, Camden, book tour, and more.
Darnell L. Moore is an writer and activist whose work is informed by anti-racist, feminist, queer of color,...