Matt: A first-generation Haitian American working in the mental health field. Alex: The son of a former NFL player making headway as a digital coordinator and photographer. Isaiah: The son of a wonderful mother single mother striving to become a practicing therapist. We met as teammates in 2014. Along our journey as student-athletes, we formed a bond at 412 Division Street. As young black men we choose to speak about our experiences, sports, and pop culture. We hope to use this platform to encourage others to reach their full potential! Thank you for listening!
On this episode, we pay our respects to the late great, Chadwick Boseman and wish Kobe Bryant a happy belated birthday. Discuss Earl Thomas fighting with teammates, schools being unprepared for reopening, question if Kyrie Irving was right, and provide an NFL preview.
In this episode we discuss the demands of college athletes regarding their safety before the start of fall sports, the good and bad of the internet, the concept of rebellion most notably peoples anger towards wearing masks, and the fall of Ellen Degeneres. Enjoy
Alex discusses his experience with working at a news station and his thoughts on the media. What is the difference between talking and dating and our personal experiences. We talk about the NBA bubble.
In this episode we discuss the legacy of the late great John Lewis; Societies current struggle with taking accountability for their actions and statements with a focus on the recent Nick Cannon situation; and the current focus on changing sports teams names that utilized stereotypical Native American themes.