Happy New Year!!! Welcome to 2010. In this episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick review their top podcast topics of 2019. Both gentlemen gave two top five lists of crazy or unbelievable topics of 2019. They also discussed topics that shook our culture, police killings of unarmed black people, human trafficking, celebrity deaths, the Trump impeachment, reparations hearings, mass shootings, plus much more. They also recapped and thanked all 18 of their wonderful guest of 2019. We look forward to you supporting us in the new year. Tune in!!!
In this episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick discuss the latest happenings of the presidential impeachment in their mention. The four topic covered were a FAMU student was killed by a Sheriff in Jacksonville, FL, a 16 year old black girl from the Bronx fakes her own kidnapping, Oprah is a part of documentary accusing Russell Simmons of sexual assault, a black girl was sex trafficked killed her trafficker and is now on trail for murder. The gentlemen give their thoughts on the topics and try their best to talk about solutions for the issues. Tune in!!
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In this episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick discuss Religion and Spirituality and African people. They broke down what religion is, what spirituality is, the pros and cons of both spirituality and religion, how religion came to dominate the Western world, how African people became religious, and how black people can learn to no longer fear African spirituality. Are the African spiritual systems evil? Should black people thank God for slavery because now we know Jesus? What did African people believe in before Europeans arrived in Africa? Should we throw religion away? All of these questions are answered and more during this podcast. Tune in!!
Joseph Ward and Patrick Irvine are joined by Professor Carl Tone Jones as they speak on Black Women and Human Trafficking. Then the discussion shifts to world AIDS day and the problem of poor familiarity with HIV/AIDS in the community. Tune in!
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