And so the holiday countdown continues, Afronerd Radio citizens! But in the interim, why not check out the latest episode of The Mid Week in Review, airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST. Join Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they tackle this (mid) week's following issues: our impressions of tennis great, Serena Williams' provocative Sports Illustrated cover and the growing racial/gender controversy attached to it; educator/public intellectual, Dr. Michael Eric Dyson's recent New Republic piece posits that a future Hillary Clinton presidency may be more benficial to the African-American community than the current Obama regime; winners/losers coming out of the last GOP debate for 2015; are the criticisms by Chicago rap legends, Rhymefest and Twista, toward Spike Lee and his Chiraq film legitimate or examples of dysfunction denial?; with a suburban Philly H.S. removing Huckleberry Finn from its curriculum (and various municipalities rethinking their loyalty to certain racist statues and monuments) due to feelings of "discomfort," why aren't they deleting their hip hop playlists for the same reasons?; 13 women of color get justice as former police officer, Daniel Holtzclaw is found guilty of sex abuse. And lastly, if time permits, we will address the "leftover" topics we failed to address from our Grindhouse show. Call in live at 646-915-9620.
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