Are black folk less likely to want to downward dog than other folk? Or has the culture of yoga gotten too corporate for black folk? Maybe black folk are actually doing and teaching yoga in new and unexpected places.
Black folk, especially black men, are often being encouraged to make more trips to the doctor. Do black folk see the doctor any less than other folk? Are there questions of access to be explored as part of the conversation? Or is this yet another urban myth? The news always focuses on the lack of(…)
Quick name one more winter sports athlete other than Shani Davis. Hm, well you be the judge of your skills on that one. But why is it that winter sports seem to have less black folk in the mix? Is this not the case? What do you think?
There is a wide diaspora of black folk all around the world, for several historical circumstances, but is it true that black folk don’t engage in travel tourism as much as others? Is this just another case of “it depends what you mean by travel”? And as always are there socio-economic, cultural or issues of(…)
Do you know any black people who’ve pursued any psychotherapy? Or does the archetype of a stoic quietly suffering people hold? Join the many voices of “Black Folk Don’t…” as we expand on this concept. Are black people more likely to associate a stigma with therapy and other forms of psychological self-exploration, or is that(…)
Do black people tip any less than others? Or do black folk just tip for a different set of services? When did this perception take hold of the popular consciousness, and what are the consequences of this vein of thinking. Join producer Angela Tucker as she explores this questions with regular folk on the street,(…)