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May 19, 2020 123 min
This episode is about the quality standards of fashion, film, and tv created by Black people and consumer expectations. What influenced this conversation? Netflix’s #blackAF (created by Kenya Barris) and Wale’s “Sue Me” video (directed by Kerby Jean-Raymond of Pyer Moss). While the two are different on the surface, both are dealing with socioeconomics and race with fashion playing a supporting role all throughout. To flesh out some perspectives, Geronimo brought in some brilliant minds who know a great deal about fashion, film/tv, and of course Black culture. "Centerpieces" is an every-now-and-then show about Black artists’ influence on culture. Be sure to rate, comment, and subscribe on your favorite podcast app, social media, and our YouTube channel. All The Fly Kids on everything - https://linktr.ee/alltheflykids What are these conversations worth to you? You can support the show via Cash App (https://cash.app/$AllTheFlyKids) or PayPal (https://paypal.me/geronimonc). Thanks for listening! Our Panelists: Geronimo Knows instagram.com/geronimoknows Akio Evans instagram.com/akioevans instagram.com/akiossweatshop Dee Dwyer instagram.com/deedwyerjonts Jamon Johnson instagram.com/jamonsoul instagram.com/smallwoodenbox Professor Risikat Okedeyi instagram.com/katskornerco instagram.com/lsp_onthego Tiara Chameleon instagram.com/tiarachameleon instagram.com/1984vbytiarachameleon
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