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The Tales of Two America’s

The Tales of Two America’s

By Shanaya Daughtrey
The Tales of Two America’s is a weekly podcast that focuses on the wrongdoings, the injustices and the misfortunes that black people have been subjected to for over 400 years. We have made progress, but the work toward justice and equality continues.
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No Fluff, Just Facts
This episode consists of a short news segment called the “News Corner” where facts about the recent topics, events and stories in the news, are being presented. All facts, no fluff.
11:00
June 29, 2020
2005 Crenshaw v. Dorsey: It was more than just a basketball game
In the year 2005 a mother had to endure and watch in horror as the school police and LAPD maliciously violated her two children after a rivalry basketball game. This is her story.
37:55
June 22, 2020
May 25, 2020
On May 25, 2020 Derek Chauvin callously and egregiously placed his knee on George Floyd’s neck until life left his body. But his spirit lives on and he is now the face of the modern civil rights movement. The flame of justice was rekindled on that day and we who believe in freedom cannot rest until it’s done.
16:06
June 8, 2020
The Revolution will be televised
Our protests, our marches and our outcries will not be silenced. Because, the revolution will be televised worldwide!
16:32
June 2, 2020
Say It Loud, I’m a solider and I’m proud
Honoring our American Heroes. Happy Memorial Day.
04:48
May 25, 2020
What Else Can’t The Black and Brown do?
Highlighting the racial disparities between blacks and whites in America, even amidst a pandemic. What else can’t black people do that white people can?
15:21
May 18, 2020
The Tale of Two Americas
Introducing my take on the injustices, misfortunes and wrongdoings that African Americans have been subjected to. Even though we have made progress, America still has a long way to go.
11:01
April 30, 2020