Chris Flowers Political These Wallz

Post Election, Calm Down

Post Election Calm Down and Liberal Christians in the Age of Trump on this episode of These Wallz, a space for black men to speak honestly about the world.

Post Election Calm Down and Liberal Christians in the Age of Trump on this episode of These Wallz, a space for black men to speak honestly about the world.

Post Election Calm Down and Liberal Christians in the Age of Trump on this episode of These Wallz, a space for black men to speak honestly about the world.

Post Election Calm Down and Liberal Christians in the Age of Trump on this episode of These Wallz, a space for black men to speak honestly about the world.

Post Election Calm Down and Liberal Christians in the Age of Trump on this episode of These Wallz, a space for black men to speak honestly about the world.

In the aftermath of the recent U.S. Presidential election, we are encouraging our essayists to write and share their own pain and to also remind us all of our responsibility to be restorative and loving in how we respond to people who wished for the outcome we are seeing. This is the third in the series. 

 

These Wallz with Christopher Flowers and Gregg Hunter

In this debut of the These Wallz podcast, Christopher Flowers and Gregg Hunter discuss the aftermath of the U. S. election and white liberal and black emasculation.

Some of us are old enough to remember the aftermath of the U.S. presidential election of 2000. Fewer, but still many, will also remember the election of 1980. The backlash against what are viewed as progressive policies (policies that are designed to help the poor, but misframed as policies for black and brown people) and apology politics, represented in the office of the U.S. president is not new, but it affects those who are marginalized differently from those who aren't. This difference exists despite our best efforts to distance ourselves from communities that applaud the outcome of the recent election.

This is a humorous podcast, but this is also a chance to understand how inciteful and frail black men often feel.

This is a funny podcast, Chris and Gregg connect and interact in interesting ways. This is also a chance to gain insight into how black men responded to the election in places like the barbershop, or at the local coffee shop.

Listen here or follow Gregg and Christopher on Sound Cloud


ABOUT THE ESSAYISTS

Gregg Hunter 
and
Christopher Flowers

are Chicago-based
essayists for
Stories Connect


Photos by Noah Dobin-Bernstein, Deiscribe and Angelo Gonzalez

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