This episode Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne join together and have a deep and honest discussion about the divide between black woman and black men in society and the struggle of finding the balance between the roles they play in a family. Also, the streets are talking about the restaurants having a hard time finding employees as the world begins to open up more. Moreover, they speak with the family members and attorney of Ronald Green, the man who was murdered by Louisiana Police and find out more details and how they could help more with getting justice. They also speak with Roger Bonds where he spoke about his son being incarcerated in Africa for allegedly committing a murder without any evidence for the last 10 years.
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