PostBourgie Podcast #6: Young Money feat. Organizing for America.

What up, my mulattoes?

On this week’s rollicking podcast, Monica, Joel and I discuss Arizona’s new immigration law, Thomas Chatterton Williams’s head-scratcher of an essay on Obama, Drake and the evils of hip-hop, and Stephanie Grace, the Harvard 3L whose racist e-mail set the Internet on fire over the past week.

PostBourgie: The Podcast – #6: Young Money feat. Organizing for America.

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-Joel shouted out Treme, which we’ve been blogging (and he’s been roundtabling over at The American Prospect).

-Monica shouted out WAMU’s Big Broadcast, which re-airs old-time radio shows.

- I shouted out Ab Ripper X, a frustratingly difficult core exercise routine that’s part of the p90x program/cult. (A bunch of lawmakers in Washington sang its praises and commiserated over the agony of doing it, which sounds about right.)

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Gene "G.D." Demby is the founder and editor of PostBourgie. In his day job, he blogs about race and ethnicity for National Public Radio. He is a native of South Philly and reads and writes and runs and rants. You can follow him on Twitter or subscribe to him on Facebook.

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