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Baldwin Was Right

Release Date: 06/12/2018

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Baldwin Was Right

This week on Baldwin Was Right Dr. Carey Yazeed is discussing the killing of Daunte Wright over tags and air fresheners, how the viewing of Black killings via the media can cause mental health problems, plus Black Lives Matter Founder- Patrisse Cullors is in the news for some lavish purchases- hear what she had to say about her spending, plus more... Grab your copy of Apply to be a contributing author in Everyday Struggle: How Toxic Workspaces Impact Minorities - You can support the show by making a cash app donation to $DrCareyYazeed 

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Baldwin Was Right

This week on Baldwin Was Right, Dr. Carey Yazeed is discussing UNC's first Black head coach, Hubert Davis. Did he really say he's proud of his white wife and mixed kids?  Can't forget the clout chasers who wanted to be the first to announce DMX's death, days before he actually died and how Karen is out here starting social justice programs so other Karen's can have a piece of paper that says they are Black allies but will go around the corner and let their racists air out on Black people.  Read- , an article by Dr. Carey Yazeed Grab your copy of Thank you for your continued support...

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Was Tamir Rice's mom right about Tamika Mallory and other "Black activists?" Are they profiting from the deaths of Blacks?  Tamika Mallory has a new commercial out promoting Cadillac.  Yes, she is selling us cars in the name of Black lives matter.  Is this what Black civil rights have come to in 2021? This week Dr. Carey Yazeed is discussing Tamika Mallory's former affiliation with the Women's March on Washington and how she was asked to leave in 2019 and suddenly shifted from a feminist to a Black activist.  To learn more and about the Tamir Rice Foundation and make a...

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Last week all hell broke loose when YouTuber, Tasha K revealed that "relationship guru" Derrick Jaxn had been cheating on his wife (and continues to cheat on her).  We saw Derrick and his wife go live on social media with her looking like an unwilling participant. There has been a lot of talk about the "high value" man and what he really wants in a woman, with young ladies humiliating themselves calling into Kevin Samuel's show for him to berate them and tear up the little self-esteem that they have.  While Black men tried to tear down Russell Wilson and called him a SIMP for his...

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Is Dave Ramsey good for Black economics?  This week financial expert, Shaltreese Herron joins Dr. Carey Yazeed in the studio to discuss some comments made by Ramsey and how his philosophy really impacts Black folk. To learn more about Shaltreese Herron and the financial services she offers visit: www.savernayshun.wordpress.com   Head on over to Amazon and grab your copy of Shut'em Down: Black Women, Racism and Corporate America

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Baldwin Was Right

"Who knew two of the most powerful people I HBCU's would be two white women who never went to one - Marybeth Gasman and Mackenzie Scott." This week on Baldwin Was Right, Jarrett Carter, Editor of the HBCU Digest joins Dr. Carey Yazeed to discuss the power of these white women and the survival of HBCUs.   To learn more Jarrett Carter and the HBCU Digest visit:    

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Baldwin Was Right

This week on Baldwin Was Right, Dr. Carey Yazeed talks about the miserable weather conditions in the South and how millions of people in Texas and parts of Louisiana have been without power and water for days.  She's also discussing how Biden is backing out of his promise to eliminate student loan debt in America and how this will impact Black women.   Don't forget to grab your copy of Can't Tell Me Nothing: The Uncomfortable Hair Truths of Black Women and Shut'em Down: Black Women, Racism and Corporate America.  Both books are now available for purchase on Amazon.  Today's...

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Baldwin Was Right

This week on Baldwin Was Right, Dr. Carey Yazeed is discussing the case of Tessica Brown aka Gorilla Glue Girl.  Find out why Tessica and Gorilla Glue went viral over the weekend and is she trying to capitalize off of an honest hair mistake or was this hair care 101 gone wrong.   Dr. Yazeed is also discussing the current stimulus package and why this will be the last go-round of serious COVID relief funding from the American government.  Don't forget to order your copy of Can't Tell Me Nothing: The Uncomfortable Hair Truths of Black Women = Have a book manuscript sitting on...

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Baldwin Was Right

This week on Baldwin Was Right, Dr. Carey Yazeed is discussing the moves President Biden has been making since taking office and how these executive orders will impact Black Americans.   To learn more about Dr. Yazeed visit  and follow her on Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter @drcareyyazeed Don't forget to share this episode out with your family and friends on social media and to leave a 5 star review on Apple Podcast

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This week on Baldwin Was Right, Dr. Carey Yazeed is discussing Biden crossing the burning sands, Melania's dramatic exit, the cancelling of the 1776 project - but can we cancel these student loans - her first read of 2021 and why racism won't disappear just because we have a new president.  to grab your copy of by Andre Norman from Amazon and while you're there, grab a copy of .    

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Renuka Christoph is the founder of Nations in Our Neighborhood, a culinary experience that uses travel and food as a vehicle to bride cultural gaps. Christoph created Nations in our Neighborhood to encourage Nashville residents to explore the ethnic dining within Music City and to take advantage of the rich collection of cultures and have a global experience in their own backyard. 
 
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