Cheo Tyehimba Taylor and Byron Hurt join Marc to discuss the 'Tyler Perry phenomenon.'
The latest rankings of the nation's fraternities do not include any black frats in the top five. Are we missing the point or have Black Greeks outlived their purpose? Guests include Byron Hurt, Gregory Parks, Jasmine Bailey, Sophia Nelson and Yancey Hrobowski.
Two sorority prospects are suing for human rights violations because they weren't allowed to wear certain colors. Has the anti-hazing movement become a hustle? Danielle Cadet, Byron Hurt, Julian Lewis and Lawrence Ross join Marc to weigh in.
Preview films showing at the 19th Hayti Heritage Film Festival in Durham. Filmaker Eric Barstow discusses his entry 'Que Sera El Caribe about Costa Ricans' fight to sae their home, and filmaker Katina Parker shares her own film 'Peace Process' about a turning a teen from gang violence, and festival curator Marc Lee talks about other films including Byron Hurt's 'Soul Food Junkies.' hayti.org.
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