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“Straight Talk with Dean and Marc is a podcast that touches many aspects of our society ranging from politics and social justice to entertainment and sports. We feature guests from various backgrounds who motivate, encourage and provide tools to pursue goals and dreams whether those dreams are entrepreneurial, corporate or personal. The show is hosted by Marc Lee and Dean Geronimo. Here's what some of our past guests are saying about the show.... It's people like Marc that care about the little guys like me that make the sun shine and the flowers grow. Listening to his podcast has become the high point of my week..... Cliff Latshaw, President at Newbasstone. It was a delightful, interesting, and fun interview that felt more like a conversation with an old friend as Marc Lee and I talked about the book and related topics and swapped a few stories. Dean pitched in some comments along the way. Peter Davidson, Author. As a guest on the show, I enjoyed the conversation about the connection between science and art, between activism and Afrofuturism. Marc has been a longtime friend and supporter of the Arts, especially regarding blues music and film, and it was easy having this conversation. Dean carried us down the road with his politically informed charm. I look forward to being back on the show to pick up where we left off and to carry us into what Sun Ra would say, The Spaceways! Darrell Stover, Poet and Educator You have such a wonderful radio voice and a great demeanor with your guests on your blogtalkradio show "Straight Talk With Dean and Marc." I had fun talking with you about my new book "Dear Passenger: Welcome to My Wacky World as a Flight Attendant." I hope all our friends tune in for an entertaining time. - Elizabeth Calwell, Flight attendant and author...

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Julius Tillery has innovative thoughts on Cotton.... On his website, he says "Black Cotton, a company that is going to change the game for you, me, all of us. Black Cotton comes from us, and is meant for us! For many years, cotton was the number one crop our people produced in the South, by our hands and feet, for no wage or compensation. After the Emancipation Proclamation, many of our ancestors made mere pennies off of the cotton produced from sharecropping. What's worse, for the amount of money that's made in the same industry today, black cotton farms are still making just pennies compared to the billions earned by their counterparts. I grew up in this system of poverty cotton farming. My farm home county of Northampton County in North Carolina is one of the poorest performers of economic health in the state by county, but it's also ranked number two in the state for cotton production. Are we raising crops for our communities to suffer? As a black farmer, it has been depressing to see each year go by with farming communities struggling and deteriorating, while our efforts continue to be exploited across the world for others to profit." we look forward to our discussion about how business is going, and what he feels the future is like for Black Farmers... The number to call is 6466688393 and we hope that you wil tell your friends and family to join us in this discussion on black farming and it's merits and benefits...Who knows we might even motivate someone into farming Also joining us will be Charles Phaneuf of one of our premiere theatre companies....I first met Charles when he was a student from D.C. coming down to work at Durham Arts Council and have been impressed by his work ever since.. Also joining in the conversation will be Nikita Middleton, a Author and Publicist, who will be talkign about her work also.........
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Crystal J. Rodriquez, Esq. has a success story. Born in one of the toughest areas of Buffalo, NY, she experienced expulsion from school, homelessness, teenage pregancy, a stint in the United States Military and Law School.......only to... more

Our guest, Ms. Bundles, will be joining us to speak about the documentary she has developed for Netflix about noted African American entrepreneur CJ Walker that will air on Netflix. Ms. Bundles is a direct descendant of America's... more

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After discussing some of the world's events, we had the pleasure of bringing Lisa Caesar on the show to talk about No Studio. Some may think this is a unusual name for this creative space in Milwaukee, but John Ridley, the brother of Lisa,... more

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If you know anythig about Blues, you have heard of Cephas and Wiggins and Phil Wiggins is still carrying on the tradition of the Blues as is Poppa Chubby. We are looking forward to hearing from this great musician who is carrying on a very... more

Joining us on Straight Talk was Felicia Lee-Sexton, a former dope dealer and dope fiend. That's not to depress you or impress you, that's just who I USED to be.? That's how Felicia introduces herself to perspective clients walking into her... more

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