Are Religious Liberties at Risk? 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis
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11M ago
Tamara and Nneka will Well Acquaint you on the pending Supreme Court case,  303 Creative LLC v. Elenis. Petitioner, Lorie smith, owner of 303 Creative LLC, has filed a lawsuit against the State of Colorado alleging that CADA violated  her free exercise and speech rights under the First Amendment. Will Tamara and Nneka reach a common ground concerning the allege issues of religious liberties? Tune in to find out.    ..read more
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Interracial Marriage: Should Black Women Feel Beholden to Black Men?
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11M ago
Tamara and Nneka will Well Acquaint you on interracial marriage particularly in the Black community amongst Black women.  Since the U.S. Supreme Court Case of Loving v. Virginia, Americans have become more and more accepting of interracial marriage even across racial lines.  In this episode, the two examine and discuss factors and statistics that contribute to interracial marriage for Black women, including the state of interracial marriage for Black men, and more.  ..read more
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The backlash of Sen. Tim Scott voting "no" to confirm Jackson for SCOTUS, BLM donation allegations & MORE
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11M ago
Host, Tamara, discusses the viral backlash of Senator Tim Scott voting "no" to confirm Judge Jackson's SCOTUS nomination. Could this potentially be a bigger issue on how society values  the unpopular opinion of men who go against the societal narrative? Tamara also addresses the BLM allegations of Patrisse Cullors (BLM co-founder) allegedly using donations to purchase a million dollar home in California.  ..read more
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Is Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s SCOTUS nomination about race or competency?
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11M ago
Tamara and Nneka will Well Acquaint you on the recent Senate hearings involving SCOTUS Justice Nominee, Judge Ketanj Brown Jackson, from two different perspectives. The hosts will also discuss the controversy surrounding Georgetown Law lecturer, Llya Shapiro, and his tweets leading up to Judge Jackson’s nomination. Will the two host come to a common ground? You will have to watch and listen ..read more
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How "un-American" is CRT?
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11M ago
Tamara and Nneka will Well Acquaint you about the on-going, contentious discussion of the Critical Race Theory (CRT).  Both will express their opinions about CRT's applicability in today's society and education. And further examine the political and cultural reactions in response to CRT and without CRT.  ..read more
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Is abortion helping or hurting us?
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11M ago
Tamara and Nneka will Well Acquaint you on the recent Supreme Court case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, examine both the moderate and conservative arguments on the topic of abortion, and its applicability to the African American community. The hosts will elegantly examine the familial, relational, and racial disparities embedded within our societal perception of the born and unborn ..read more
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11M ago
Join Tamara and Nneka as they Well Acquaint you with an array of topics distinctly discussed between the two and from the perspectives and expertise of people of color.  Each episode will reveal the power our communities hold and embrace the diversified opinions within.  ..read more
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Will President Biden Fulfill His Second Promise? A Take on The Student Debt Crisis with Consumer Law Attorney
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2y ago
Tamara and Nneka will Well Acquaint you the Student Debt Crisis particularly, the Biden Administration initiatives on forgiving student debt, the social and economic consequences of student debt, and those groups that are disproportionately impacted by the crisis. Excitingly, consumer law attorney with the National Consumer Law Center, Alpha Taylor, joins us in this episode. As Mr. Taylor brings his expertise to this discussion, this episode reveals the continuing racial and economic inequalities that exist till this day, and the broken systems of respective government institutions.  ..read more
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Interracial Marriage: Should Black Women Feel Beholden to Black Men?
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by Well Acquainted
2y ago
Tamara and Nneka will Well Acquaint you on interracial marriage particularly in the Black community amongst Black women.  Since the U.S. Supreme Court Case of Loving v. Virginia, Americans have become more and more accepting of interracial marriage even across racial lines.  In this episode, the two examine and discuss factors and statistics that contribute to interracial marriage for Black women, including the state of interracial marriage for Black men, and more.  ..read more
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The backlash of Sen. Tim Scott voting "no" to confirm Jackson for SCOTUS, BLM donation allegations & MORE
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by Well Acquainted
2y ago
Host, Tamara, discusses the viral backlash of Senator Tim Scott voting "no" to confirm Judge Jackson's SCOTUS nomination. Could this potentially be a bigger issue on how society values  the unpopular opinion of men who go against the societal narrative? Tamara also addresses the BLM allegations of Patrisse Cullors (BLM co-founder) allegedly using donations to purchase a million dollar home in California.  ..read more
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