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Minority Korner 103: A Sexy Belefonte (Race & TV, Netflix, CBS, AMC, The Four Agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz, ShondaLand, Scandal, Ask Minority Korner Anything, Toxic Masculinity)

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Minority Korner

The team is locked and loaded for another jam packed episode of amazing goodness! Our fearless duo received a listener question so they dusted of that familiar Ask Minority Korner Anything tune and jumped right in. What should one do, when your co workers keep cat calling other women in front of you? James and Nnekay work it out! James tackles a "What You Might Have Miss In the News" by talking about the murder of Giovanni Melton and paying respects to a life gone too soon. In the Korners, Nnekay uncovers the truth about POC representation in TV- mostly focusing on Showrunners and Writers. The statistics might lead to so understanding on why there is such little diversity on TV STILL. James decides to spread a little positive around with a Minority Korner Book Review! The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz is all about how to reclaim your life and ignore many of the outside influences which might invade your thoughts and self perspective. We're still inching towards our 100th review so don't forget to get your review up so we can enter it into the drawing! Also we would like to extend a big THANK YOU to our new editor Tara Dunderdale! Hooray!

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https://www.colorlines.com/articles/donald-glover-why-atlanta-has-all-bl...

http://revisionisthistory.com/episodes/01-the-lady-vanishes

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Rebranding the Apocalypse w/ HeyShenee!

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Shenee Howard

Hey Buddies!

This week we've got special brand marketing expert / apocalypse junkie Shenee Howard from www.heyshenee.com. Does the apocalypse have a brand problem? How do you even go about fixing the end of the world's image? Who is the best spokesperson for the rebrand? I'll give you a hint... you get a zombie! And YOU get a zombie! Everyone's getting zombies!!!!!

Pop Rocket Episode 97: Monsters

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Guy, Andrew, Maragret, and Danielle
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Pop Rocket
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Guy Branum
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Margaret Wappler
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Danielle Radford
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Andrew Ti

This week, Guy sits down with Margaret and special guests Danielle Radford of the Maximum Fun podcast Tights and Fights and Andrew Ti of Earwolf's Yo, Is This Racist? to talk about Monsters of all kinds. We find out what monsters scare them them the most, what kind of monster would characterize today's society, and why zombies are so scary.

With Guy Branum, Margaret Wappler, Danielle Radfor, and Andrew Ti

That's My Jam:

Margaret Wappler - Danielle Radford - Daddy Lessons
Andrew Ti - Classic Man (Chopped and Screwed)

Each week we’ll add everyone’s jams to this handy Spotify playlist.

You can let us know what you think of Pop Rocket and suggest topics in our Facebook group or via @PopRocket on Twitter.

Produced by Christian Dueñas and Kara Hartfor MaximumFun.org.

Wham Bam Pow Ep. 59 - World War Z

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Wham Bam Pow

This week, we're back with a look at Brad Pitt's highest grossing film, the zombie drama/thriller World War Z! Plus, in honor of Mr. Pitt's myriad accomplishments, we pitch him new projects in diverse genres. We bet he's thrilled!

We're taking next week off, but we'll be back on July 18th with a review of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, which opens July 11th.

Follow us on Twitter! Cameron is @cameronesposito, Rhea is @rheabutcher and Ricky is @rickycarmona. Discuss the show using the hashtag #WhamBamPow!

Don't forget about our Facebook and Tumblr pages. You can also email us at whambampow@maximumfun.org.

Colson Whitehead: Zone One preview

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Running light on summer reading? Colson Whitehead has posted the first 19 pages of his new book, Zone One. Just enough to get fans excited for its full release in October. What should you expect? Here's a quick note from Publisher's Weekly about the book: "Whitehead dumpster dives genre tropes, using what he wants and leaving the rest to rot, turning what could have been another zombie-pocalypse gore-fest into the kind of smart, funny, pop culture–filled tale
that would make George Romero proud.”

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