S2E22: But I'm Black AF -N- It's Just Jokes

Back once again, it's the INCREDIBLE ITBPodcast, and this week we're joined by comedian Haywood Turnspeed to discuss what it looks like when broken Black boys become broken Black men. How after years of #OscarsSoWhite the upcoming 2018 #Oscars could be changing that, and to discuss life as a #Black D.C. Comic trying not to get hashtagged. All that and much more.
Informed. Intelligent. In The Black!!!

**Letters From The Black Box:  3:25
**Oscars So Black:  23:30
**Haywood Turnspeed:  45:30
**Have A Seat:  1:06:00

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S2E16: He Was Bullied -N- The No Fun League

The ITBP is baaaaack!! And this time we're joined by community organizer and activist Elgin Bailey, and we had a lot to talk about.  Should Black people check white people for saying the N-Word EVERY time, or does context matter?  What is the cause for the rash of school shootings in America?  We discuss the recent deal Netflix struck with former President Obama.  And we delve into the protest policy change announced by the No Fun League (NFL). That and much more.
Informed. Intelligent. In The Black.

S2E8: Sweet Home Alabama -N- Microphone Check

The fellas are back and JUST in time for the Holidays. In this episode we talk about the recent special election held in Alabama, we discuss how Black Thought's (The Roots) 10 minute freestyle melted every mic in America and may have rejuvenated hiphop, and after getting fired from the White House whether or not Omarosa should get a pass to come out of the "Sunken Place". Our adopted brother Rick (HUSLhard) found his way back Zamunda, AND this is the last episode of the year so... this should be FUN!! Informed. Intelligent. In The Black!!

S2E7: Things Fall Apart -N- Ain't No Half Step'N

We are back, and as usual better than ever. In this episode we are joined by social and political analyst Dru Ealons as we we discuss the recent slave trade in Libya, whether or not A Tribe Called Quest deserved to be nominated for a Grammy, and Dru Dynamite takes us to school on why there is such a lack of political engagement in the black community. Check it out!! Informed. Intelligent. In The Black