“A Family Conversation” is a storytelling audio series that features weekly discussions between blogging cousins LadyG and Ron Brown on current events along with favorite posts from each other’s blog.
Includes Adult Language
In today’s audio, the cousins are talking about:
- The bottomless pit of violence during 1960s Civil Rights protests
- Gaslighting: We know it when we see it
- Acknowledgement would go a long way
- Eisenhower on documenting history
- A clown named Tucker (See link below)
- Fools on Facebook: Ron posts a woman’s lying vitriol after he declined her advances; his son, Adam, intervenes
- Fools in Harlem: Violence against women– men beat up and rob woman who rejected advances (See link below)
- Mob mentality
- Lady G’s club policy back in the day
Listen to earlier parts of the conversation:
Stay tuned for next week’s conversation on Friday March 5.