Still Processing Podcast

Still Processing Podcast – THE FEAT.

#RunTheCulture Today on The Feat. we’re featuring the black pop culture/lifestyle podcast Still Processing.  Hosts Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham, two culture writers for The New York Times take on TV, movies, art, music and the internet. Basically everything pop-culturebut also the culture of work, dating, race and how they all fit together. They discuss the things that move them (and The Culture as a whole) to…

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Sonya Carey – Black Animator

#RunTheCulture Sonya Carey is both a black animator and glass ceiling breaker. Animation is a (white) male dominated industry. Only 20 percent of the animation workforce is women and that includes animation producers-directors, animation writers, designers and general animators. The numbers are even lower for black women. But Sonya Carey has defied the numbers. She’s…

basketball time machine youtube

THE FEAT. – Basketball Time Machine YouTube

#RunTheCulture Basketball is intertwined with The Culture like no other sport as both have been heavily influenced the other. It has only been recently though that the ones creating commentary content on basketball have reflected that deep connection. And for today’s The Feat. we’re featuring the basketball YouTube channel Basketball Time Machine. As you may…

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CULTURE CLASSICS – 2Pac “Dear Mama”

#RunTheCulture It’s Mother’s Day! So it’s only right that this week’s #CultreClassic shows love to all the moms out there with hip-hop’s most classic ode to mom, “Dear Mama” by 2Pac. “Dear Mama” was released in 1995 as the lead single from Pac’s third album, Me Against the World. The song is of course is a…

Living Single TV Show

CULTURE CLASSICS – Living Single TV Show

#RunTheCulture When you talk about influence. When you talk about Black Girl Magic. When you talk about all-time great black television shows. You’re talking about the #CultureClassic Living Single. Living Single is a tv show centered around six smart, funny, ambitious, and just cool black friends living in Brooklyn in the 90’s. The show was the…