#122 - 49 Voices #1-5
The first of a ten part series looking at the aftermath of the Pulse shooting in Orlando, solely through the voices of members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
#135 - Anti-Blackness with Bernard Hayman
Shaun speaks with activist, writer, and Fulbright scholar Bernard Hayman about anti-Blackness, why it’s useful to distinguish it from a broader term like “racism,” and how easy it is to be passively anti-Black in America.
#144 - Black Lives and Healthcare with Dorothy Charles
Dorothy Charles, of the national student group WhiteCoats4BlackLives, joins Shaun to talk about the long and complicated history of institutional racism in the medical and health establishments.
#110 - Demystifying Therapy with Dave from Pop Culture Case Study
Shaun walks through a typical therapy session with Future-Dr. Dave of Pop Culture Case Study, then talks with actor Amir Talai about the #TherapyHelped campaign.
#109 - Reign and Sway
Creator of #OscarsSoWhite April Reign and comic book writer Jon Tsuei join Shaun to talk about activism, representation, and inclusivity.
#151 - NOP Quick Caw #2 - Live-Action Animation!
This week, Shaun’s appearance on another one of his favorite podcasts, the Nerds of Prey.
#155 - Get Out
Writer, aspiring sociologist, and community organizer Anthony J. Williams discuss the many levels of Jordan Peele’s writer-director debut.
#156 - Ethnic Enclaves with Dap
Dap, of Reely Dope Media, joins Shaun to talk about where we, as people of color, live, and how our surroundings affect our perspectives.
#157 - #DisabledAndCute with Keah Brown
Writer Keah Brown talks with Shaun about her viral hashtag #DisabledAndCute.
#115 - Autistic and Expecting with Austin Shinn
Autistic advocate and cinephile Austin Shinn is preparing for the birth of his first child, and he spoke with Shaun about his hopes, fears, and everything in between.
#141 - Ramp Your Voice! with Vilissa Thompson
Disability activist Vilissa Thompson talks with Shaun about intersectionality, representation, and the intense labor of trying not to fulfill stereotypes.