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.)



Gene "G.D." Demby is the founder and editor of PostBourgie. In his day job, he blogs and reports on race and ethnicity for NPR's Code Switch team.
  • R.

    I think this might be the most I’ve ever laughed through one of your shows. Good work.

    • thanks fam. lol. we’ve been getting that a lot re: this episode.

  • Aisha Moore

    Welcome to DC Monica! I love “The Big Broadcast”. I think you all should write a book about the myth of black anti-intellectualism etc.

  • RtG

    I’m just getting around to listening to this. Love the sound quality over prev eps.