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KING Talks w/ Sean Slaughter

The K.I.N.G. Movement

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KING Talks w/ Sean Slaughter

KING Talks w/ Sean Slaughter

The K.I.N.G. Movement

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K.I.N.G. Talks is the flagship podcast for The K.I.N.G. Movement--a National Christian Men's Movement aiming to empower men of color and address issues that uniquely affect the African American community. Join us weekly as we engage prominent cultural contributors to engage the issues with host Adam Coleman.

Latest Episodes

I AM K.I.N.G. - Chris Broussard

K.I.N.G. Founder and President joins us for our #IAMKING series. Chris opens up about his family history, the actual origins of #lightskinbroussard, healthy black pride, the importance of strong family structure, and how hip hop has been a tool of both empowerment and degradation in the black community. Take a listen. And follow the full #IAMKING campaign on Instagram All podcast platforms: #IAMKING Series: All Listening Platforms Follow the full campaign on Instagram @kingsofthemovement

46 MINMAR 5
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I AM K.I.N.G. - Chris Broussard

I AM K.I.N.G. - Patrick Patterson

Up next in the #IAMKING Series we are honored to have Patrick J. Patterson. Patrick is a member of our K.I.N.G. Raleigh Chapter and President of Global Partners for Fathers and Families, LLC. He has a powerful testimony of faith, and forgiveness. His journey also includes his inspirational transformation from graduating high school with a 1.3 GPA to earning an BS, MSW and MPH. Patrick gets into ALL OF IT with his good friend and our Guest Host Tru Pettigrew.

39 MINMAR 3
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I AM K.I.N.G. - Patrick Patterson

I AM K.I.N.G. - De'Von Cross

We continue our #IAMKING Series with De'Von Cross. De'Von is the Vice President of our Atlanta Chapter. De'Von a Registered Nurse and graduate of Morehouse College currently pursuing an advanced degree in Public Health. De'Von's story is truly inspirational. De'Von shares his journey from selling drugs in Huntsville, Alabama to graduating with a degree in Public Health Morehouse College. Take a listen. And follow the full #IAMKING campaign on Instagram

66 MINMAR 2
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I AM K.I.N.G. - De'Von Cross

I AM K.I.N.G. - Cliff Skeene

In our next episode of the #IAMKING Series, we hear from Cliff Skeene. This is one of the more important stories we've told in some time. Take a moment to hear Cliff's experience with the prison, immigration and health care systems in America. It is a powerful and sobering story about how the consequences of our mistakes are often compounded for marginalized people--and the Grace of God. Take a listen. And follow the full #IAMKING campaign on Instagram @kingsofthemovement

44 MINFEB 26
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I AM K.I.N.G. - Cliff Skeene

I AM K.I.N.G. - Rob Jones

In our next episode of the #IAMKING Series, we hear from Rob Jones. Rob is a member of K.I.N.G. and the CEO of ESE (Economic Social Empowerment) Strategies. Be prepared to have your mind blown. Rob shares his personal journey of growing up in the inner-city at the height of the crack epidemic to the world of Wall Street and what that taught him about the 'game'. Rob speaks candidly about the history of race and money in America and what he's doing to what he's doing to help close the wealth gap.

46 MINFEB 21
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I AM K.I.N.G. - Rob Jones

I AM K.I.N.G. - Steven Stack

In the initial episode of our #IAMKING series, we hear from Steven Stack. Stack is a member of the K.I.N.G. Movement and the President of the K.I.N.G. Charlotte Chapter. Steven shares his passion for financial literacy. What that means for him as a Black Man in America. And whether or not his class status has shielded him from what many consider to be the 'black male experience'. Stack answers that questions by opening up about a very eye opening experience in the criminal justice system.

51 MINFEB 13
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I AM K.I.N.G. - Steven Stack

I AM K.I.N.G. - A Black History Month Podcast Series

#IAMKINGissocial media campaign by the KING Movement bringing attention to issues affecting black and brown people through the stories of K.I.N.G. men. We will be building on each story and talking about the unique way the #IAMKING story relates to the larger narrative of Black History. Follow the campaign on Instagram at @kingsofthemovement. Also follow our national page @thekingmovement

13 MINFEB 13
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I AM K.I.N.G. - A Black History Month Podcast Series

Ep. 30 | Jemar Tisby: The True History of The Church's Complicity in Racism

In episode 30, we are chopping it up with Jemar Tisby. Jemar is the president of The Witness: A Black Christian Collective and the author of The Color Of Compromise (2019). He is also the co-host of the podcast Pass The Mic. Jemar is a PhD student in History at the University of Mississippi studying race, religion, and social movements in the twentieth century. Sean and Jemar discuss racism within the Church and the complicated historical relationship between 'evangelicalism' and institutional oppression.

69 MIN2019 OCT 31
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Ep. 30 | Jemar Tisby: The True History of The Church's Complicity in Racism

Ep. 29 | The N@#&A Factory: Hip Hop and the 400 Year Campaign to Sell Black Inferiority

In this episode we interview 2X Grammy Award Winner, Speech of Arrested Development. Join us as we his new 3-part documentary 'The N@#&AFactory' which argues that Hip Hop has become a new tool of White Supremacy to monetize black bodies to perpetuate an ideology of black inferiority to a global audience. The documentary is currently available on YouTube for free.

57 MIN2019 AUG 23
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Ep. 29 | The N@#&A Factory: Hip Hop and the 400 Year Campaign to Sell Black Inferiority

Ep 28 | Lavoisier: Is Hip Hop More Damaging to Black America than Racism? - Part 2

We are back with part 2 of our conversation with Lavoisier, Sean and Vois amp it upon this episode. Why are blacks demonized for Hip Hop culture, but whites aren't demonized fora billion-dollar a year pornography industry? Is hip hop culture a scapegoat forviolence in American culture? What do Donald Trump and 50 Cent have in common? And Vois makes the argument for why he no longer believes Donald Trump is a racist. Check it out and let us know your thoughts. We want to hear from you!

42 MIN2019 AUG 2
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Ep 28 | Lavoisier: Is Hip Hop More Damaging to Black America than Racism? - Part 2

Latest Episodes

I AM K.I.N.G. - Chris Broussard

K.I.N.G. Founder and President joins us for our #IAMKING series. Chris opens up about his family history, the actual origins of #lightskinbroussard, healthy black pride, the importance of strong family structure, and how hip hop has been a tool of both empowerment and degradation in the black community. Take a listen. And follow the full #IAMKING campaign on Instagram All podcast platforms: #IAMKING Series: All Listening Platforms Follow the full campaign on Instagram @kingsofthemovement

46 MINMAR 5
Comments
I AM K.I.N.G. - Chris Broussard

I AM K.I.N.G. - Patrick Patterson

Up next in the #IAMKING Series we are honored to have Patrick J. Patterson. Patrick is a member of our K.I.N.G. Raleigh Chapter and President of Global Partners for Fathers and Families, LLC. He has a powerful testimony of faith, and forgiveness. His journey also includes his inspirational transformation from graduating high school with a 1.3 GPA to earning an BS, MSW and MPH. Patrick gets into ALL OF IT with his good friend and our Guest Host Tru Pettigrew.

39 MINMAR 3
Comments
I AM K.I.N.G. - Patrick Patterson

I AM K.I.N.G. - De'Von Cross

We continue our #IAMKING Series with De'Von Cross. De'Von is the Vice President of our Atlanta Chapter. De'Von a Registered Nurse and graduate of Morehouse College currently pursuing an advanced degree in Public Health. De'Von's story is truly inspirational. De'Von shares his journey from selling drugs in Huntsville, Alabama to graduating with a degree in Public Health Morehouse College. Take a listen. And follow the full #IAMKING campaign on Instagram

66 MINMAR 2
Comments
I AM K.I.N.G. - De'Von Cross

I AM K.I.N.G. - Cliff Skeene

In our next episode of the #IAMKING Series, we hear from Cliff Skeene. This is one of the more important stories we've told in some time. Take a moment to hear Cliff's experience with the prison, immigration and health care systems in America. It is a powerful and sobering story about how the consequences of our mistakes are often compounded for marginalized people--and the Grace of God. Take a listen. And follow the full #IAMKING campaign on Instagram @kingsofthemovement

44 MINFEB 26
Comments
I AM K.I.N.G. - Cliff Skeene

I AM K.I.N.G. - Rob Jones

In our next episode of the #IAMKING Series, we hear from Rob Jones. Rob is a member of K.I.N.G. and the CEO of ESE (Economic Social Empowerment) Strategies. Be prepared to have your mind blown. Rob shares his personal journey of growing up in the inner-city at the height of the crack epidemic to the world of Wall Street and what that taught him about the 'game'. Rob speaks candidly about the history of race and money in America and what he's doing to what he's doing to help close the wealth gap.

46 MINFEB 21
Comments
I AM K.I.N.G. - Rob Jones

I AM K.I.N.G. - Steven Stack

In the initial episode of our #IAMKING series, we hear from Steven Stack. Stack is a member of the K.I.N.G. Movement and the President of the K.I.N.G. Charlotte Chapter. Steven shares his passion for financial literacy. What that means for him as a Black Man in America. And whether or not his class status has shielded him from what many consider to be the 'black male experience'. Stack answers that questions by opening up about a very eye opening experience in the criminal justice system.

51 MINFEB 13
Comments
I AM K.I.N.G. - Steven Stack

I AM K.I.N.G. - A Black History Month Podcast Series

#IAMKINGissocial media campaign by the KING Movement bringing attention to issues affecting black and brown people through the stories of K.I.N.G. men. We will be building on each story and talking about the unique way the #IAMKING story relates to the larger narrative of Black History. Follow the campaign on Instagram at @kingsofthemovement. Also follow our national page @thekingmovement

13 MINFEB 13
Comments
I AM K.I.N.G. - A Black History Month Podcast Series

Ep. 30 | Jemar Tisby: The True History of The Church's Complicity in Racism

In episode 30, we are chopping it up with Jemar Tisby. Jemar is the president of The Witness: A Black Christian Collective and the author of The Color Of Compromise (2019). He is also the co-host of the podcast Pass The Mic. Jemar is a PhD student in History at the University of Mississippi studying race, religion, and social movements in the twentieth century. Sean and Jemar discuss racism within the Church and the complicated historical relationship between 'evangelicalism' and institutional oppression.

69 MIN2019 OCT 31
Comments
Ep. 30 | Jemar Tisby: The True History of The Church's Complicity in Racism

Ep. 29 | The N@#&A Factory: Hip Hop and the 400 Year Campaign to Sell Black Inferiority

In this episode we interview 2X Grammy Award Winner, Speech of Arrested Development. Join us as we his new 3-part documentary 'The N@#&AFactory' which argues that Hip Hop has become a new tool of White Supremacy to monetize black bodies to perpetuate an ideology of black inferiority to a global audience. The documentary is currently available on YouTube for free.

57 MIN2019 AUG 23
Comments
Ep. 29 | The N@#&A Factory: Hip Hop and the 400 Year Campaign to Sell Black Inferiority

Ep 28 | Lavoisier: Is Hip Hop More Damaging to Black America than Racism? - Part 2

We are back with part 2 of our conversation with Lavoisier, Sean and Vois amp it upon this episode. Why are blacks demonized for Hip Hop culture, but whites aren't demonized fora billion-dollar a year pornography industry? Is hip hop culture a scapegoat forviolence in American culture? What do Donald Trump and 50 Cent have in common? And Vois makes the argument for why he no longer believes Donald Trump is a racist. Check it out and let us know your thoughts. We want to hear from you!

42 MIN2019 AUG 2
Comments
Ep 28 | Lavoisier: Is Hip Hop More Damaging to Black America than Racism? - Part 2
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