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S2 Ep 26: Hood Politics w/ Mia X

As we commemorate the 15th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, we are actively grieving those we have lost to COVID-19. The legacy of resilience is present in today’s generation, as they refuse to sweep issues like the aftermath of Katrina under the rug. Mia X is a best selling author, professor of music, and known as the Mother of Southern Gangsta Rap from the notorious No Limit Records. We caught up with her to discuss bridging cultural differences with Hip Hop, the importance of food and health, and preparing communities to prevent another Katrina. Listen now! More at TheCoolestShow.com and @Think100Climate.  #HoodPolitics #Katrina15 #Think100

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S2 Ep 25: Realism w/ Bree Newsome

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S2 Ep 24: Pandemic Artivism w/ Antonique Smith

COVID is changing life as we know it and it’s showing us how unequal crises are. Antonique Smith is a Grammy nominated singer, actress, artivist, climate champion, and has been a co-host on The Coolest Show. On this special episode, she and Rev Yearwood catch up to discuss being an artist and artivist in 2020, staying creative during the pandemic, and if and how the entertainment industry will survive.. Listen now! More at TheCoolestShow.com and @Think100Climate. #Artivism #MusicfortheMovement #Think100

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S2 Ep 23: Community Control w/ Rahwa Ghirmatzion

“Now is the moment to make a significant shift. Now is the moment to root in love and justice. Now is the moment to create economies that actually work for everyone.” Rahwa Ghirmatzion is the Executive Director of PUSH Buffalo. We caught up with her to discuss collective responsibility, community ownership, and the rich history of Buffalo, New York. Listen now! More at TheCoolestShow.com and @Think100Climate.  #ClimateJustice #CommunityControl #Think100