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The Chop Up

The Chop Up Show

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Hosts, @ToyuhGee, @TheConsciousLee, and @ThePoliticalPlug discuss various topics and issues as a young, Black, culturally, and socially aware millinials in America. Topics will range from humorous to serious to political as they navigate their own perspectives and engage with the live YouTube and Facebook audience.

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This weeks conscious chop adresses the many accusations against talk show host Ellen Degeneres alleging mistreatment and a hostile working conditions for a lot of the staff and what that means for the image of the white "ally".

In this weeks episode of the Chop Up we start the show with the SanpChop discussing the recent tweets from Noname that were critical of Beyonce's recent visual album "Black is King" on the Disney+ platform.

In a recent interview, rapper Lil Baby made some comments suggesting Black people can be racist. The Chop Up discusses whether or not hes right.

The Intro and Snapchop - Given the inability for Americans to maintain proper social distancing guidelines, as a country do we deserve to sports, concerts, or any other major event.

Kanye has made news recently with some ridiculous statements about Harriett Tubman and going on a tweet storm chastising his wife and in-laws. The Chop Up discusses whats behind and his behavior and the implications of his actions.

With guest host, Adam Jackson, the crew reject Gilly da King's comments about Black Lives Matter and the myth of "black on black crime"

The crew is joined by Adam Jackson, CEO of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, a black grassroots organization out of Baltimore, Maryland committed to the political, economic, and structural freedom of black people. LBS was integral to... more

The disproportionate impact of covid-19 on Native reservations. The 6 Grandfathers that was turned into "Mount Rushmore". FINALLY changing the name of Washington's team. Halting the projects at Dakota and Keystone...... more

Does the Black Lives Matter mission statement and organized movement intentionally exclude black fathers? The crew explores this interpretation of the text.

The crew tackles the complicated relationship between the declaration "black lives matter" and the tragic crime and violence that happens within black communities

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