Tag Archive: Marci Li

Oct 19

Necessary Blackness Ep: 120 – PLANDEMIC COVID-19 No Need To Panic

Necessary Blackness Podcast had the opportunity to interview Keidi Obi Awadu on his recently released book, “Panic: What the Coronavirus Pandemic Tells Us About the State of the World”. Brother Keidi spoke in-depth about the fear and anxiety caused by sensationalist news headlines giving misinformation on COVID-19.

Sep 30

Necessary Blackness Ep: 119 – Judge Joe Brown Talks Emotional IQ, Breonna Taylor, Making Alliances, Democrat Double Cross and LBGTQ Issues.

Necessary Blackness Podcast had the unique opportunity to interview Judge Joe Brown. The beloved Judge talked to Rahiem Shabazz and his Co-Host Marci Li, about Emotional IQ, Breonna Taylor, Making Alliances, Having Allies, as well as the Democrat Double Cross and LBGTQ Issues. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Email …

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Sep 18

Necessary Blacknesss Podcast Ep: 117 – Blue Lives Matter A Protective Class?

In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, Rahiem Shabazz and Marci Li discuss the recent shootings of 2 Los Angeles Sheriffs. Joe Biden tweeted that the act was “Unconscionable” while some celebrate in the streets. What’s the proper response when “the open enemy” is on the receiving end of Karma?

Sep 03

Necessary Blackness Ep: 116 – Major Political Parties & Other Hot Topics

In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, we discuss the upcoming Presidential election and the state-sanctioned genocidal warfare that is being waged on Black Americans and much more.

Aug 24

Necessary Blackness Ep: 115 – Self-Care When Dealing With A Narcissist

In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, Co-Host Marci Li talks about being in a relationship with a narcissist, why she took a hiatus from social media and what are the tell-tale signs to know you’re involved with a narcissist. The author and co-host goes into great details about Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) and why …

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Aug 17

Necessary Blackness Ep: 114 – Crime Bill Joe & Top Cop Kamala – What is Black America Thinking?

Joe Biden has selected Kamala Harris to be his running mate, and most people are not happy with the selection of the former prosecutor and onetime 2020 primary rival who has built a reputation as an unyielding antagonist of the Trump administration. One of the problems many Black voters have with Joe Biden is the …

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Aug 14

Necessary Blackness Ep: 113 – Did ‘WAP’ Open Up Pandora’s Box?

Necessary Blackness Podcast discussing Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s WAP song and why it shouldn’t be celebrated and what the negative impressions it gives to today’s youth. We delve further into why negative music is dominating the charts and so much more. In this episode, we are joined by Co-Host Marci Li

Mar 14

Necessary Blackness Ep: 81 – Justice For Elijah Nichols

Necessary Blackness Podcast sat down with Aunt of Elijah Nichols, Kindra Nichols for an exclusive one on one interview. This is the first time the family has spoken out about the injustice faced by their loved one. Elijah Nichols promising career as a football star was derailed after he had to defend himself at a …

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Feb 18

Necessary Blackness Ep: 79 The Long History of Blackface

In 1848 Fredrick Douglass called blackface performers “the filthy scum of white society who have stolen from us a complexion denied to them by nature … to make money and pander to the corrupt taste of their white fellow-citizens.” Necessary Black Podcast talks blackface, Gucci boycott, Floyd Mayweather, Kodak Black and Steve Harvey. We go …

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Feb 07

Necessary Blackness Ep:78 Cory Booker: The Rising Star of the Democratic Party?

Cory Booker is the 4th Democratic Senator and 2nd Black candidate to enter the presidential race. The 49-year-old Booker is known for being a city councilor and then Mayor of Newark, N.J. before heading to the Senate. As the Mayor of the city, he supported affordable housing and championed legislation to dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline. …

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