Through this provocative lens, Mark and Veralyn explore what it looks like to show up for racial justice as a white person, and how Black people should position themselves relative to white folks figuring that out. This is a candid discussion about action and solidarity around combatting racial violence, privilege and institutionalized oppression.
Segment One: Dear White Friend. Mark and Veralyn have a candid discussion about action and solidarity around combatting racial violence, privilege and institutionalized oppression with their white friends. Featuring Mark’s friend, Jon Stout of Free Speech TV and Veralyn’s friend and collegue, Illana Millner.
Segment Two: Dear White Constituent. Councilmember Brad Lander, who represents District 39 a predominately white constituency in Brooklyn talks with us frankly about the role of white citizens taking action against racial oppression and what his role is in mobilizing his community as a politician.
Segment Three: “Tell ‘Em Why You Mad” Hamilton vs. Golden Globes. Veralyn and Mark go toe to toe with recent moments in media they are “mad” at.