This week we're addressing our last episode Rev. Conrad Tillard Sr., formerly a member of the Nation of Islam and the current host of Conversations with Conrad on WCHR NYC. Part 1 turned into a fascinating discussion about the factors that led to the rise and 'fall' of the Nation of Islam and the social dynamics that made the organization so attractive to men of color.
Our guest this week on K.I.N.G. Talks is Reverend Conrad Tillard Sr. In 97' he was the star of The Nation and next in line to replace Minister Farrakhan. Conrad shares his fascinating journey from Minister Conrad Mohammed to Reverend Conrad Tillard. You definitely don't wanna miss this episode!
This week’s Table Talk is one of our best episodes yet! It went to another level. Host Adam Coleman is joined by K.I.N.G. founder and president, Chris Broussard and K.I.N.G. NYC Chapter VP Cliff Means to discuss the many pressing issues raised by last week’s guest, Sgt. Edwin Raymond. If you haven’t heard Ep 6, make sure you do that!
Sergeant Edwin Raymond, member of the NY12, stopped by the K.I.N.G. Talks Podcast with host Adam Coleman to discuss about his lawsuit with the NYPD regarding racial quotas they made him meet, why he organized the ‘Cops For Kaepernick’ protest, what he thought of Kaepernick’s ‘pig socks’, how he obtained evidence against the NYPD and how he’s handling that as an active Sergeant.
Dr. Eric Mason, pastor of Epiphany Fellowship Church in Philly, is our guest as we discuss the nuances of being a black Christian in the reformed theological circles, especially with the new rise in discussion on race in America, the American church, as well as "black consciousness". He also gives us information and insight on his church's upcoming Frequency Conference.
Host Adam Coleman recaps episode 2 featuring Dr. Boyce Watkins with K.I.N.G. Movement founder and president, Chris Broussard, along with Cliff Means, the vice president of the New York Chapter of the K.I.N.G. Movement.
Since Colin Kaepernick began his peaceful protest of unarmed black and brown lives being killed by the hands of police, it has garnered many mixed feelings and responses from Americans of many different backgrounds. Kyle Howard discuses the nuances of this "disrespect" for our Red, White, and Blue.