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Where a biologically biracial, politically black woman dissects racist and misogynistic narratives in the former capitol of the confederacy.

Latest Episodes

The Players, Plans & Process of the Navy Hill Development

Up this week: Who are the millionaires behind the Navy Hill development? Why have the proposal and plans been so opaque? What happened to citizen engagement? And what the hell is a TIF?? We've got a team of experts to unpack the answers to these questions. Joining us are Allan Charles-Chipman, Dr. Ben Teresa and Dr. Kristin Reed, members of the Richmond For All coalition.

56 MIN2019 DEC 12
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The Players, Plans & Process of the Navy Hill Development

Public Housing & Navy Hill: Tracing the Redline from the 1900s to 2019

What does Navy Hill mean for the future of public housing residents and their communities? And what’s the elephant in the room that ties it all together? (Spoiler alert: it's race.) If you like what you heard today, show Chelsea and me some love on the Race Capitol Patreon. We’ve got some very special content coming to subscribers in 2020 that you DEFINITELY don’t want to miss.

6 MIN2019 DEC 9
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Public Housing & Navy Hill: Tracing the Redline from the 1900s to 2019

Guess Who Needs to Be Invited to Dinner: The Need for Black Representation

We've got two of Richmond's legendary movement builders on the show this week. Art Burton, founder of Kinfolk and leader of CUIA, and former NAACP state director King Salim Khalfani sit down together for the first time in 20 years to connect past narratives to today's push for freedom and justice.

57 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Guess Who Needs to Be Invited to Dinner: The Need for Black Representation

Medicare for All

In this episode we unpack different conversations about Medicare for All and the state of healthcare in the U.S.

57 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Medicare for All

Black Media Matters

This week we amplify the importance of US in media. First up, we chatted about Black film with Tim Reid as he prepared for his ASWAD experience as host of the first ever Film Festival that happened this past week in Williamsburg. He also shares his thoughts on Black minds in the US and how we are conditioned differently than Black storytellers across the globe. We wrap up with a current media conflict rooted in race that's coming to the surface this week in the Supreme Court. Byron Allen is suing Comcast for $20 billion and Ed Miller shares his thoughts on the Civil Rights Act of 1866.

57 MIN2019 NOV 14
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Black Media Matters

The (Il)legality of Richmond's Housing Crisis

We're tracing the thread between housing, eviction and -- yep, you got it -- Navy Hill. Joining us for this episode are friends of the show Allen-Charles Chipman and Omari Al-Qaddafi, as well as Palmer Heenan of Central Virginia Legal Aid Society.

57 MIN2019 NOV 7
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The (Il)legality of Richmond's Housing Crisis

Voting Day Minicast with Sheila Bynum-Coleman, candidate for VA House of Delegates

We sit down with candidate Sheila Bynum-Coleman to talk about how the racial dynamics of VA House of Delegates District 66 informs her approach to politics.

9 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Voting Day Minicast with Sheila Bynum-Coleman, candidate for VA House of Delegates

Voting Day Minicast with Ibraheem Samirah, candidate for VA House of Delegates

We sit down with candidate Ibraheem Samirah to talk about how the racial dynamics of VA House of Delegates District 86 informs his approach to politics.

10 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Voting Day Minicast with Ibraheem Samirah, candidate for VA House of Delegates

Voting Day Minicast with Qasim Rashid, candidate for VA State Senate D28

We sit down with candidate Qasim Rashid to talk about how the racial dynamics of VA State Senate District 28 informs his approach to politics.

10 MIN2019 OCT 31
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Voting Day Minicast with Qasim Rashid, candidate for VA State Senate D28

Voting Day Minicast with Josh Cole, candidate for VA House of Delegates D28

We sit down with candidate Josh Cole to talk about how the racial dynamics of VA House of Delegates District 28 informs his approach to politics.

8 MIN2019 OCT 31
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Voting Day Minicast with Josh Cole, candidate for VA House of Delegates D28

Latest Episodes

The Players, Plans & Process of the Navy Hill Development

Up this week: Who are the millionaires behind the Navy Hill development? Why have the proposal and plans been so opaque? What happened to citizen engagement? And what the hell is a TIF?? We've got a team of experts to unpack the answers to these questions. Joining us are Allan Charles-Chipman, Dr. Ben Teresa and Dr. Kristin Reed, members of the Richmond For All coalition.

56 MIN2019 DEC 12
Comments
The Players, Plans & Process of the Navy Hill Development

Public Housing & Navy Hill: Tracing the Redline from the 1900s to 2019

What does Navy Hill mean for the future of public housing residents and their communities? And what’s the elephant in the room that ties it all together? (Spoiler alert: it's race.) If you like what you heard today, show Chelsea and me some love on the Race Capitol Patreon. We’ve got some very special content coming to subscribers in 2020 that you DEFINITELY don’t want to miss.

6 MIN2019 DEC 9
Comments
Public Housing & Navy Hill: Tracing the Redline from the 1900s to 2019

Guess Who Needs to Be Invited to Dinner: The Need for Black Representation

We've got two of Richmond's legendary movement builders on the show this week. Art Burton, founder of Kinfolk and leader of CUIA, and former NAACP state director King Salim Khalfani sit down together for the first time in 20 years to connect past narratives to today's push for freedom and justice.

57 MIN2019 DEC 5
Comments
Guess Who Needs to Be Invited to Dinner: The Need for Black Representation

Medicare for All

In this episode we unpack different conversations about Medicare for All and the state of healthcare in the U.S.

57 MIN2019 DEC 2
Comments
Medicare for All

Black Media Matters

This week we amplify the importance of US in media. First up, we chatted about Black film with Tim Reid as he prepared for his ASWAD experience as host of the first ever Film Festival that happened this past week in Williamsburg. He also shares his thoughts on Black minds in the US and how we are conditioned differently than Black storytellers across the globe. We wrap up with a current media conflict rooted in race that's coming to the surface this week in the Supreme Court. Byron Allen is suing Comcast for $20 billion and Ed Miller shares his thoughts on the Civil Rights Act of 1866.

57 MIN2019 NOV 14
Comments
Black Media Matters

The (Il)legality of Richmond's Housing Crisis

We're tracing the thread between housing, eviction and -- yep, you got it -- Navy Hill. Joining us for this episode are friends of the show Allen-Charles Chipman and Omari Al-Qaddafi, as well as Palmer Heenan of Central Virginia Legal Aid Society.

57 MIN2019 NOV 7
Comments
The (Il)legality of Richmond's Housing Crisis

Voting Day Minicast with Sheila Bynum-Coleman, candidate for VA House of Delegates

We sit down with candidate Sheila Bynum-Coleman to talk about how the racial dynamics of VA House of Delegates District 66 informs her approach to politics.

9 MIN2019 NOV 4
Comments
Voting Day Minicast with Sheila Bynum-Coleman, candidate for VA House of Delegates

Voting Day Minicast with Ibraheem Samirah, candidate for VA House of Delegates

We sit down with candidate Ibraheem Samirah to talk about how the racial dynamics of VA House of Delegates District 86 informs his approach to politics.

10 MIN2019 NOV 4
Comments
Voting Day Minicast with Ibraheem Samirah, candidate for VA House of Delegates

Voting Day Minicast with Qasim Rashid, candidate for VA State Senate D28

We sit down with candidate Qasim Rashid to talk about how the racial dynamics of VA State Senate District 28 informs his approach to politics.

10 MIN2019 OCT 31
Comments
Voting Day Minicast with Qasim Rashid, candidate for VA State Senate D28

Voting Day Minicast with Josh Cole, candidate for VA House of Delegates D28

We sit down with candidate Josh Cole to talk about how the racial dynamics of VA House of Delegates District 28 informs his approach to politics.

8 MIN2019 OCT 31
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Voting Day Minicast with Josh Cole, candidate for VA House of Delegates D28
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