05: “I have as much passion as I have insecurity.” (ft. Tre Johnson)
“I have as much passion as I have insecurity.” – 005
In this episode, you’ll hear:
- How writing and self-expression are portals for self-love
- Why going beyond “consuming” the art we love is an important stand for justice
- How pop culture, race, and politics weave together and how we can more mindfully explore their nexus
Welcome to a conversation about making love through writing, and at the intersection of politics, pop, and race in America.
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Prior to freelance writing, he was a veteran in the field of education working in the classroom, non-profits and school districts as a teacher and a leader.
ART THAT REPRESENTS TRE
“Donald Glover’s ‘This Is America’ Is a Nightmare We Can’t Afford to Look Away From” (Rolling Stone)
“Black Superheroes Matter: Why a ‘Black Panther’ Movie Is Revolutionary” (Rolling Stone)
“Under the Cherry Moon: A Meditation On Black Male Intimacy and ‘Moonlight’” (Philadelphia Printworks)
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