Coffee Conversations with Greg J

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These days we are seeing so much…. we are hearing so much…. demands for police reforms… demands for police prosecution…. federal police in our cities…. what is going on? So we have reached out to Sgt. Cheryl Dorsey, retired LAPD officer and remowned author so we can chop it up and dialogue about police in […]

Unfortunately, Linda Nzuzo, did not make the conversation so we had to cut it short…. No worries, we will try to get her back….

Comedy is an essential part of the culture. And the best of the best have been essential story tellers of social issues within the community. Comedy is art. Comedy is culture. Comedy is social commentary. We talk to one of the premier promoters of Comedy , Michael Williams…. in a deep dive analysis of the […]

And so we spoke with Lady A and her producer John Oliver III in our Coffee Conversations with Greg J episode. And usually we are able to provide an embed to the conversation here, but for some reason we are flagged and it will not allow us to post it here because it says we […]

In this era of cultural revolution, we observe a new movement of the people. Yes Black Lives Matter, as do the heritage civil rights institutions. Pastor WIlliam D. Smart, is the President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Los Angeles Chapter. This is the storied organization founded by Dr. Martin Luther King. We discovered a […]

And so as we march, as we call out racism in ways never seen before, we see branding, sloganisms, gestures of reconciliation (or not)….. We sit with renown intellectual and scholar Dr. Anthony Samad to analyze and onserve what is really going on in today’s movement. Tuesday, July 7….. Dr. Anthony Samad is a scholar, […]

We are so honored, excited and humbled that Her Excellency Ambassador Arikana Chihombori-Quao is coming to Coffee Conversations with Greg J., We are going to sip coffee and discuss Pan African thought from the topic “Africa is calling her Children Home”. In her role as Permanent Representative to the African Union Mission in Washington, DC, […]

An open letter written by renowned music industry executive David C. Linton When I read that Republic Records was going to eliminate the word “Urban” from their lexicon, I had to chuckle and thought of N.Y Yankee Yogi Berra’s “This feels like Deja Vu All Over again”. I mean it seems like we’ve been here before. However, […]

And so here we are once again. In these streets demanding justice. Police killings across the nation. Blatant racism and prejudice. We hear the clarion call: BLACK LIVES MATTER!!!! And while the crazy isnt new, after all we have been hearing it for the last decade. The movement is the new and very active organization […]

We join with one of the rising stars of African American intelligentsia as Dr. Sunni Ali, Assistant Professor at Northeastern Illinois University joins us with an analysis of HipHop and Social Justice, and the phenomenon of Flag protests in professional sports and in the general public. What an incredible dialogue as our interactions covered hiphop […]


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