The Dolewite Podcast

The Dolewite Podcast

Talking politics, community, race, religion, entertainment, sports, and whatever the f@&$ else comes up.

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July 28, 2021 20 min
Jessamyn Stanley is an author, yogi, and overall dope human being. She advocates for everyone, regardless of ethnicity and body type, to start a yoga journey and I'm pretty sure she convinced me to give yoga a try in this episode!
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Tyra Gittens is a heptathlete competing in the long jump for Trinidad and Tobago in the upcoming 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Tyra describes what it means to represent her country, what her daily training and nutritional regimen is, and growing up in Nashville, TN.
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The cost of college has doubled since my freshman year at Georgia Southern in 1996. Not only that, the average student loan debt has tripled in that time and the cost of college is at a growth rate that is 8 times faster than wages. Dr. Shanna L. Jackson is the President of Nashville State Community College and she's here to make the case for not just Nashville State, but all community colleges.
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Ted Johnson is a 20 year U.S. Navy Veteran and author of WHEN THE STARS BEGIN TO FALL: OVERCOMING RACISM AND RENEWING THE PROMISE OF AMERICA. Ted believes that racism is the existential threat to America and speaks on that threat, racial education, Critical Race Theory, and so much more in this episode.
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The #1 question I get about being vegetarian is "What do you for protein?" My guests in this episode are Robert Cheeke and Matt Frazier, the authors of THE PLANT BASED ATHLETE, a book that tells the story of numerous champion athletes that cut out meat for peak performance dispelling the myth that meat is needed to build muscle.
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Josh Black is a comedian from Nashville, Tennessee who went viral during the pandemic for his hilarious commentary about the city of Nashville. His brand of playful and political comedy have made him a rising star.
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Did you know that 80% of women will experience some form of hormonal problems in their lives and young ladies are entering puberty earlier than ever – as young as 7 years old? My guest is Dr. Aviva Romm, a Yale School of Medicine-trained, board-certified family physician with a specialty in women’s health and obstetrics, a midwife, herbalist, and author of HORMONE INTELLIGENCE.
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Propaganda is a musician, activist, educator, poet, and author of the new book TERRAFORM, BUILDING A BETTER WORLD. Prop comes on to talk about his new book and how a better world could be achieved if we all looked at it in a different way.
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Palm oil is not good for you or the planet, and it comes with a ton of human rights issues. However, it's almost impossible for most Americans to stop consuming it. My guest is Jocelyn C. Zuckerman, author of "Planet Palm, How Palm Oil Ended Up In Everything And Endangered The World," and she breaks down all the issues with palm oil and the palm oil industry.
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June 10, 2021 15 min
Dr. Shefali is a clinical Psychologist, public speaker, and the author of 4 books, The Conscious Parent, Out of Control, The Awakened Family, and her latest work, A Radical Awakening. Dr. Shefali has gained a large following due to her challenging of societal norms.
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Thomas Moore is a therapist and the New York Times best selling author of "Care of the Soul." His latest book, "Soul Therapy, The Art and Craft of Caring Conversations" is available now and that's what Thomas and I speak about in this episode, how to have real, caring conversations without injecting your own personal feelings or opinions.
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Erik Moses is the President and CEO of the Nashville SuperSpeedway and the first African American President of a NASCAR track in it's 73 year history. In this episode, Erik and I speak about NASCAR's attempt to diversify, what's next for Nashville SuperSpeedway, and Erik tries to sell us all on his sport.
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Hallie Bateman is an illustrator and author of the new book 'Directions, Really Good Advice For Getting From Here To There.' In this episode, Hallie breaks down a lot of the extremely dope advice in her book.
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Dr. Karen Winkfield is a Radiation Oncologist and the Executive Director of the Meharry-Vanderbilt Alliance and Dr. Sonya Reid is the Assistant Professor of Oncology at Vanderbilt. Dr. Winkfield and Dr. Reid came on to talk about the very real racial disparities in healthcare.
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Simone Davies is the author of 'The Montessori Toddler' and 'The Montessori Baby,' two books about Montessori methods to education and parenting. Montessori is a method of education that is based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning and collaborative play and is proven to be a highly successful method for child development.
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Pinky Cole, founder and CEO of The Slutty Vegan in Atlanta, comes on to talk about how she began building her plant based empire, new partnerships, and what to expect from Slutty Vegan in the very near future.
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Master P and his son, Hercy Miller, join me for a conversation that started with Hercy speaking on his decision to play basketball at HBCU Tennessee State University instead of one of the many Power 5 schools he offers to and ended with us talking about good parenting and supporting your kids.
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Justin Baldoni is an actor, director, filmmaker, and most recently, author of the book 'Man Enough, Undefining Masculinity,' which is an amazing book centered around the impact society's definition of masculinity has on the emotional state of men.
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Carlos Whitaker is an activist, author, podcaster, and self described "Hope Dealer." In this episode, Carlos and I talk about race, religion, and hope. Carlos has a contagious energy and we had a really dope conversation.
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Jamel Campbell-Gooch is an activist from Nashville, Tennessee, who has dedicated his life to social justice reform using progressive ideas to change a system that does not work for his people. Jamel is a member of Gideon's Army United.
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