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I Have Questions Podcast

I Have Questions Podcast

By I Have Questions Podcast
I Have Questions… is an equally critical and chop-it-up podcast to make sense of fandom, commitment, and the human experience through story. From sports and nerd culture to technology and politics – culture and conversation collide as we get to the bottom of what people embrace to stay safe, sane, and entertained. Hosted by Media Psychologist and DigiCulture Commentator Tunisha Singleton Ph.D., IHQ…offers fresh and insightful commentary with oftentimes humorous anecdotes to understand what the f*%^ is going on outside, and why.

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Episode 11: Season 1 Finale ft. Josh Rosenblatt
“The primary work is acknowledging that my position in the world, is not the position in the world.” - Josh Rosenblatt In this Season 1 Finale Episode, Tunisha is joined by Josh Rosenblatt, former guest, author of Why We Fight, and friend of the show. Through their wildly random, honest, and intersected conversation, these two break down entitlement vs expectation and rethink innovation to emphasize recognizing a need and fulfilling it. People won’t be ready for things until you show them something different. Whether it’s Jordan Peele to horror movies, Josh’s authorship at the intersection of combat sports and society, or deconstructing white guilt to learn the difference between being not racist vs being anti-racism…this episode adds sincere perspective about awareness and human connection.  Season 2 of IHQ kicks off in Feb. 21 - in the meantime, stay connected with the show and get in touch with Tunisha by emailing her at Show links and ways to donate to the show are below. Guest links: Josh Rosenblatt  Buy Why We Fight: One Man's Search for Meaning Inside the Ring IHQ Show Links: IHQ Website IHQ on Twitter IHQ on Instagram IHQ Patreon  Donate to the show using PayPal Tunisha's Links: Tunisha's website  Tunisha on Twitter
January 06, 2021
Episode 10 ft. Alfred Konuwa
"Knowledge is experiential information, intelligence gained from and applied through experiences. [Intelligence] refers to linking people with the right knowledge so that it can be immediately applied. And, of course, staging experiences requires intimate knowledge of how human beings react to the cues they receive." - B. Joseph Pine II and James H. Gilmore, The Experience Economy. While the above quote was not written directly in relation to pro wrestling, but there is no better way of describing how wrestling as an artform produces experiences and memories - not just some produce, good, or service.  Tunisha opens the episode describing the origins of her fandom, earliest memories with wrestling, and shares a hilarious story of how she flew from LA to Houston to attend WrestleMania 17 to meet one of her favorite wrestlers named Christian because she was rudely interrupted by Bob Backlund at WrestleMania 16.  Featured guest interview is with Alfred Konuwa, pro wrestling columnist, and video blogger. Currently a regular contributor for Forbes Sports Money, Alfred has formerly worked for Bleacher Report as a WWE columnist and host of the nearly 100-episode digital series WWE WTF. In 2012, Alfred was featured in Bleacher Report's "Why We Watch" documentary discussing the career of Kurt Angle, in addition to being featured multiple times on NPR, BBC, and ESPN Radio. Alfred is also the host of a Pro Wrestling Bits, a new YouTube channel where Alfred gives you predictions, analysis, and commentary for all the major and indie promotions around the world including WWE, AEW, NJPW, ROH, IMPACT Wrestling. Guest Links: Alfred Konuwa Website Alfred on Twitter Pro Wrestling Bits YouTube Channel  Host Links: Tunisha's website Tunisha on Twitter Show Links: IHQ Website IHQ on Twitter IHQ on Instagram  Donate to the Show PayPal Patreon 
December 19, 2020
Episode 9 ft. Rebekah Weatherspoon
T begins with comments on Triller's Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr. exhibition, Nate Robinson planking, and gives a half a$$ promise to try Megan Thee Stallion's "Body Challenge."  Featured guest is Rebekah Weatherspoon, an award-winning author with over twenty romance and erotica-romance novels. Rebekah specializes in showcasing love stories and happy endings for women of color. In their conversation, we learn how Rebekah started in writing, romance/erotica fan communities, the pain and glory of having a crush, wigology, and the process of finding a Black hairstylist when moving to a new city.  Guest Links: Rebekah on Twitter  Purchase info for all her books  Host Links: Tunisha's website  Tunisha on Twitter Show Links: IHQ Website IHQ on Twitter IHQ on Instagram Donate to the Show
November 29, 2020
Bonus Episode: Tunisha on the Election and Conquering Boredom
Tunisha is solo in this bonus episode to give a sermon on her thoughts post-election, conquering boredom, lifestyle over transformation, and getting rid of that unstuck feeling.  Host Links: Tunisha on Twitter  Tunisha's website Show Links: IHQ Podcast Website Follow the Show on Social Media IHQ Twitter  IHQ Instagram Donate to the Show Using Paypal!
November 20, 2020
Episode 8 ft. Jay Chaudhry
Tunisha begins with a mini-sermon reflecting on the results of the US Presidential Election. This leads to her conversation with featured guest Jay Chaudhry. Jay is the founder of Break Media, a full-service athlete marketing agency with the goal of helping athletes maximize their presence on social media platforms by creating, producing, and distributing premium content. Having won multiple awards for sports partnerships and content, Jay’s 15+ year career in filmmaking lead him into a new position as Head of Production at PlayersTV - the first-ever athlete-owned media network, with distribution deals with Samsung, Xumo, Sling, and more. Most notably and recently, Jay produced a new series called ReMaking America hosted by CJ McCollum for PlayersTV, whose premiere episode features CJ sitting down with the now Vice President-Elect of the United States of America, Kamala Harris.  Guest Links: Jay on Twitter Break Media website  PlayersTV on Twitter PlayersTV website ReMaking America premiere episode ft. Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris  Host Links: Tunisha on Twitter  Tunisha's website Show Links: IHQ Podcast Website Follow the Show on Social Media IHQ Twitter IHQ Instagram Donate to the Show Using Paypal!
November 11, 2020
Episode 7 ft. Jabari Davis
Together T and Jabari chop it up in a conversation about his podcast “Dunks and Discourse,” putting “fun” back in professionalism and business, the outlets we seek to stay safe, sane, and entertained differences between mainstream and indie sports media, and much more. ALSO, the debut of a game called “My Top 3 with T and Jabari” where the two compare their top 3 cheeses, most underrated characters in The Wire, and most meaningful songs. Guest Links: Jabari on Twitter Dunks and Discourse Podcast Host Links: Tunisha on Twitter Tunisha's website Show Links: IHQ Podcast Website Follow the Show on Social Media IHQ Twitter IHQ Instagram Donate to the Show Using Paypal
November 04, 2020
Episode 6 ft. Tunisha Singleton Ph.D.
Coming on the heels of appearing on Yasmin Vossoughian's program on MSNBC, Tunisha speaks about her involvement with #SpeakingOut and the #MeToo movement. In the midst of ligation against her former employer America's Funniest Home Video (AFV) for racial discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation, Tunisha shares her story to provide the context of what the emotional ramifications are like in dealing with trauma. Struggling with eroded confidence and mixed feelings of vulnerability and being exposed, Tunisha endures these mental obstacles to tell her story as a means to be a champion for herself and what is right. Her hope is that in doing so, others are inspired to stand up for themselves, own their voice, and make a difference towards making all workspaces safe for everyone. Hollywood Reporter Article on Ongoing Lawsuit Against AFV Tweet from Tina Chen, President and CEO of Times Up organization MSNBC Article and Full Video Show Links: IHQ Podcast Website Follow the Show on Social Media IHQ Twitter IHQ Instagram Donate to the Show Using Paypal
October 26, 2020
Episode 5 ft. Natalie Pierre
With regard to World Mental Health Day, this episode centers on normalizing conversations around mental health and the influential role sports can play in disrupting the stigmas attached to it. Tunisha's special guest is Natalie Pierre - veteran sports reporter, CEO of NP Sports Media, and co-founder of The Mental Game - a non-profit organization focused on starting important conversations about mental health in the sports world.  Natalie shares with us her history in sports journalism, thoughts on combating stigmas surrounding mental health, the athlete mentality in dealing with pressure, using social media for good, and much more. As a mental health advocate and a compassionate champion for helping others, Natalie also shares deeply personal stories about her own experiences with mental health in college athletics, work perfectionism, and toxic relationships which culminated in a suicide attempt. Through this profoundly honest conversation, these two discuss how individual awareness and personal storytelling can help produce solutions to standardizing mental health as a form of general healthcare, self-work, and love.  Contact Natalie: Twitter Instagram The Mental Game Contact Tunisha: Website Twitter IHQ Website
October 11, 2020
Episode 4 ft. Linathi Makanda
Bravery. Hope. Authenticity. These are a few of the themes in Tunisha's conversation with Linathi Makanda - South African poet, photographer, and storyteller. In this unfiltered conversation, these two discuss portrayals of Black femininity, personal problems that arise from performative behavior, the importance of self-care through daily affirmations, struggles for Black women to appear vulnerable, and much, much more. Linathi is a genuine champion for raw expression and embracing your true self - in all our unique complexities. She is the author of poetry and prose collection When No One is Watching. Her writings, as well as photographic works, are dedicated to celebrating authentic expression & showing that everything and everyone is art, worthy of being experienced.  Connect with Linathi Instagram: @LinathiMakanda_ Twitter: @Linathimakanda_ Buy When No One is Watching  Goodreads Amazon Buy 7 Days of Healing Affirmations Calendar Connect with Tunisha Twitter: @TSingletonSays Web: I Have Questions Podcast Twitter: @IHQpod Instagram: @IHQ.podcast Web: Donate to the show!
October 04, 2020
Episode 3 ft. Josh Rosenblatt
T chop's it up with Josh Rosenblatt - writer, journalist, and author of Why We Fight: One Man's Search for Meaning Inside the Ring. This book works as a tailgate for your mind to pre-game in thought, serving you kegs to pump new levels of thinking about experiences within your own skin, and how to determine what you’re actually capable of when forced to face something unique. Topics of conversation include: the irrational fascination with fandom and love, heightened experiences of self-discovery through fighting, being a representative of a larger community and the sometimes dismissal of responsibility for the sake of being an individual, and even how the demise of my Los Angeles Clippers is actually a symbol of personal triggers that stand for things far and beyond an actual game.  More on Josh: Connect with Josh on Twitter: Get the book: Connect with Tunisha and the IHQ: T's website T on Twitter IHQ Twitter IHQ Website Donate to the show: PayPal
September 26, 2020
Episode 2 ft. Jackie Wilson
You can't support Black Lives Matter w/o sincerely listening to the experiences of Black women. In this episode, Tunisha sits down w/a Commercial Producer with 20 years in the entertainment industry - Jackie Wilson. Jackie gives us vulnerability, perspective, and strength as we discuss Black female resilience, what led her to being cast 63xs as a hooker or homeless person, and her motivation to transform the advertising space to amplify Black beauty.  You can reach Jackie on Instagram (@ladyjtennis) AND by emailing the show at Connect with the show: Donate to the show on PayPal: Find us on TW:  @Tsingletonssays @IHQPod IG: @ihq.podcast
September 19, 2020
90% Sports Rant, 10% Therapeutic
T has a mini-meltdown as she rants about the Clippers Game 7 loss that makes her start to question life beyond fandom. Is she really done with sports tho? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
September 16, 2020
Episode 1 ft. Renee Hess, Black Girl Hockey Club
Host Tunisha Singleton welcomes you to the I Have Questions Podcast, where culture and conversation collide. Through story and insight, this debut episode sets the premise on how to explore fandom and the human experience. Inaugural guest is Renee Hess, Founder and Executive Director of the Black Girl Hockey Club - a non-profit organization that focuses on making the hockey community more inclusive for Black women, BIPOC families, friends, and allies.   GUEST LINKS:   BGHC Website  BGHC on Instagram BGHC on Twitter     BGHC Scholarship Program Ways to make a donation to BGHC Donation SHOW LINKS:  IHQ website   SOCIAL LINKS: IHQ on Twitter IHQ on Instagram Host Links: Tunisha on Twitter Tunisha's Website 
September 13, 2020