The Unapologetics Podcast

The Unapologetics Podcast

Join Malachi A+scribe talking about Jesus, black culture, and racism with friends. "Unapologetically black, unapologetically Christian, unapologetically me...with no apologies."

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September 28, 2021 111 min

Natalie Pipkin, founder of Pulse Project Indy and Black Worldschoolers, returns to talk about what it means and looks like to do education without the racially oppressive structure and methods found in the American schooling system. This interview was recorded back in February 2021 so you'll hear some references to Black History Month as well.

Follow and support Natalie and Black Worldschoolers here.

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To commemorate the life of Eugene Vincent Patton, I dug in the vault of old files from my college days and found this gem: a recording of an interview I did with him. To all of Vince's family, dear friends, and the Indy artist community, let this bless you. Much love.

Listen to and download Vince's music here: https://linktr.ee/evincent

Obituary: https://www.wishtv.com/news/local-news/indy-musician-remembered-for-his-passion...

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This episode is a complementary discussion from an earlier episode (be sure to listen to Ep 15 first) where the brothas chop it up about our role in honoring, protecting, advocating for, and partnering with black women to uncondition the doubly oppressive harm that works against them in society and the church. Together we discuss our takeaways from the book Too Heavy a Yoke: Black Women and the Burden of Strength by Chanequa Walker...

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This is Part 2 of a two-part review of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
You should listen to Part 1 first on the I Can MARVEL All Day podcast: https://marvelalldaypod.buzzsprout.com/998896/8440877-mcu-the-falcon-and-the-winter-soldier-recap

A+scribe is joined by good friends Camara Wallace and rapper Ty Luv the MC to celebrate all things black in the mini-series while using it as a critical lens for looking at modern day polici...

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Laurie and A+scribe continue to say the things that need to be said. At the end of the day, we are working for and towards a better future for black and brown children--our children. 

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All of the thoughts...all of the feelings...all of the implications--let's talk about it.

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To celebrate Women's History Month, this episode is about black women, led by black women. Friend, Shawanee' Patrick, hosts and facilitates the conversation on loving oneself in a world and society that perpetually treats our sisters as "the least of these."
  
Shawanee’ Patrick is a doctoral candidate in Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M. She teaches senior engineering students the importance of ethics in the p...

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Join Malachi A+scribe for a panel discussion with some of his friends on the effects of colorism in their personal lives and how they are unconditioning it. This episode is blackety-BLACK-black with a side of melanin.  

All of the things A+scribe: https://linktr.ee/a_scribe

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This episode is a follow-up from Episode 11, Unconditioning Racist language. A+scribe and Pastor Hill explore what racist language looks like in the church context as Black Christians navigating three intersecting worlds: blackness, whiteness and the religious spaces that host each (exclusively and/or collectively).

Pastor Colby Hill is a millennial, multiethnic, multiplying leader. After being raised in the AME Church and pasto...

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Enjoy this special holiday episode! Malachi A+scribe's parents join to share their stories and learnings of navigating holidays as a Black Christian family. 

Links to all my pages: https://linktr.ee/a_scribe

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Returning guests, Ana and Keondre, join to give exposition to words and phrases you didn't know were racist while playing a heaping game of "Name That, Racist."

Follow Malachi A+scribe: https://linktr.ee/a_scribe

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On this episode we are getting our friendships in check!

Kristen "KB" Newton has been an international recording artist and DJ for the last 10 yrs, most known for being the official in-arena DJ for the NBA’s Indiana Pacers and the WNBA's Indiana Fever (2013-2020). However, over the past 2 years she has been pursuing her passion with her latest endeavor, Heart Convos. Most of us have trouble navigating friendship as adult...

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2020 has been a lot and is taking its toll on our emotional well-being. How do we continue the fight for justice with battle fatigue? Korie "KP" Pickett, creative entrepreneur and editor of Queen Spirit Magazine, shares her unconditioning story of grief, brokenness, and healing.

Donate for new laptop: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-malachi-get-a-new-laptop

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Queen Spirit Magazine
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Aubrey "Aubs" Barnes, content creator (hop hop, spoken word, podcasts), educator, and community organizer chops it up with A+scribe about the pains of liberating a black soul from the chains of a white-catering ministry. Yes, we said it just like that; that's how it is. 

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Is the Black church relevant in today's movement? Does it any longer play a vital role in this generation's sense of blackness? Pastor Jeffery A. Johnson aka "Pastor Jay" of Eastern Star Church chop it up about the Black church's role in our community today.

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College friends Dylan Bowen and Blake Alford join Malachi A+scribe to discuss the do's and don't's of being a white ally in pursuit of social justice for black people.

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From Confederate statue removals to riots, this episode provides the framework for reviewing current events in social justice with clear vision. Returning guests, Chris Mack and Rome Herbert (fka LJ) join A+scribe in a hilarious game of "Naw, That Ain't It."

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On this episode we acknowledge, analyze, carry, and lift the heaviness of the summation of tragedies we've witnessed in 2020 (Ahmaud Arbrey, Breonna Taylor, Dreajon Reed, George Floyd). This episode is for those who are feeling all of the feels, some of the feels, none of the feels, and those who don't want to feel at all. Join A+scribe and Elijaih Tiggs.

Elijaih Tiggs, rapper and husband, serves in the Air Force as a St...

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Prof. Ashley Mack-Jackson gives some words of wisdom from her experiences and unconditioning story.

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This episode begins the first of the Unconditional Series. 

By an ever growing number, black Millennials are leaving the church, refuting and discrediting their worth and value, oftentimes because the behaviors of certain church members or groups whose practices didn’t render themselves consistent with God’s Word or Christian principles.

As a matter of fact, the term Christian has now become synonymous with white supremacy, oppressio...

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