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In the spirit of the last stanza of the Black National Anthem, we rise from the past, rooted deeply in the soil of ancestral struggles, to build a home, to claim our space. On Native Land Pod, Angela Rye, Tiffany Cross, and Andrew Gillum guide us through the political landscape, wielding insights and unapologetic analysis, unraveling the threads that connect Black Americans and marginalized communities to a place they courageously call home.

In each episode, Angela, Tiffany and Andrew embark on a journey of reflection, taking stock of the news of the week and the country's road to the polls.

Join us each week as we navigate the dance between past and present, weaving a narrative of hope, empowerment, and the unyielding strength that defines the journey to reclaim 'Native Land.' This isn't just news analysis; it's a movement, a conversation, and a testament to the power of those who dare to rebuild and redefine the meaning of home. 



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Tiffany Cross @tiffanydcross 

Angela Rye @angelarye

Andrew Gillum @andrewgillum
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Welcome Home!   New York City Mayor, Eric Adams shared an interesting theory about the migrant crisis during a recent appearance on The Breakfast Club. He said Republicans are targeting Black mayors and sending migrants to their cities to make them look bad. How ‘bout that? Hosts Angela Rye, Andrew Gillum, and Tiffany Cross discuss whether there’s any merit to his claim and what else MIGHT be at play.   —--------- We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.    Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook   Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:    Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael is our research producer, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome Home!   This week, hosts Tiffany Cross, Andrew Gillum, and Angela Rye discuss EBT. “No thanks.” That’s what nearly half the Republican governors in the country are saying to a federal program to feed hungry kids. They’re turning down FREE money to feed kids– and why??    Question: what would a political ad made just for you look like? What issues would it speak to? This week the hosts break down political ads as we brace to be flooded with them this election season.    And how many of you are still rocking with the same crew you’ve been with? Old friends are great, right. The hosts wonder if the Democratic party feels the same. With so many centrist Republicans feeling alienated by MAGA and Trump, might the Dems try to attract the “politically homeless” Republicans.    Stick around to the end of the episode for Politics Are Everywhere, when the hosts discuss rap beef—a part of hip hop since its origin!! After J. Cole and Kendrick exchanged diss tracks, J. Cole said: “no disrespect.”     Ohhh…okay.    Check out ESPN’s The Crossover; Angela is an Executive Producer and the special was nominated for three Sports Emmys!!    —--------- We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.    Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook   Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:    Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael is our research producer, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome home!    On this MiniPod hosts Andrew Gillum, Tiffany Cross, and Angela Rye take us to Tulsa, Oklahoma. On Tuesday, lawyers for the two remaining survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre appealed to the state’s Supreme Court to allow a reparations case to move forward. The two survivors, Mother Randle and Mother Fletscher, would like their day in court, and a chance to seek justice for the horrific crimes committed against them and their community– with involvement from Tulsa authorities, by the way. Is that too much to ask??   Follow Attorney Damario Solomon-Simmons on X/Twitter and Instagram @attorneydamario   —--------- We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.    Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook   Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:    Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael is our research producer, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What is Project 2025?

What is Project 2025?

2024-04-0401:12:36

Welcome home!    This week hosts Angela Rye, Andrew Gillum, and Tiffany Cross turn their gaze towards Tennessee, where state lawmakers voted to fire the entire board of Tennessee State University last week. Does this have anything to do with the $2 billion dollars the state owes TSU, the state’s only publicly funded HBCU?! Probably.    Staying in the south, Crystal Mason recently ended her years-long battle with the Texas courts, who sentenced her to prison for FIVE YEARS just for trying to vote. In 2016, she cast a provisional ballot not knowing that it was illegal for her to do so since she was technically still under state supervision. Her life has been consumed by BS (excuse the language) legal battles ever since.    Y’all have been asking and now our hosts answer– what’s up with Project 2025? On this week’s deep dive, we dig into the woke-obsessed 900+ page document that outlines the republican plan to literally remake the federal government in their image. If Trump wins, the plan calls for him to replace tens of thousands of public employees in the FBI, Department of Justice, and more with conservative loyalists. They’re gearing up for war, y’all!   Stick around for Politics Are Everywhere, where the hosts discuss Washington State’s new Strippers’ Bill of Rights.   And as always, we’ll hear from you. Keep those questions and comments coming!!    —--------- We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.    Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook   Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:    Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael is our research producer, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome home!  On this MiniPod, hosts Andrew Gillum, Angela Rye, and Tiffany Cross take a look at a big change on Instagram. There’s a new default setting in Instagram that limits the amount of “political content” that you see in your feed. That includes posts from Native Land Pod! Instagram’s parent company, Meta, claims it’s to stop users from seeing misinformation. But is that possible without also blocking us from important and educational content?  You can turn off this new default setting by following the instructions in this tutorial video.  —--------- We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael is our research producer, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome home!  Hosts Andrew Gillum, Tiffany Cross, and Angela Rye kick off this week’s episode with a look at Trump’s many many many federal and state charges (88 to be exact). You might’ve heard that Trump got out of paying a whole bunch of money to New York state this week— nearly half a billion dollars— the penalty for committing fraud by over-valuing his properties. He will still have to pay a $175 million bond, and New York State’s Attorney General Letitia James may seize his properties if he doesn’t cough it up.  From New York, the hosts take us across the country to cover the Republican anti-DEI offensive. More than half of states have introduced bills to limit diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. The hosts take a look at these bills and the arguments folks are making for and against them. Why do some Black folks side with Republicans on this issue? What does it mean to be “equitable” and “inclusive,” anyway?  Finally, it’s time to talk about Haiti. The situation there continues to escalate; the UN says that gangs have taken control of most of the capital city, Port-Au-Prince. The situation is complex and impossible to understand without knowing some of Haiti’s rich history of emancipation and struggle.  Finally, don’t forget to check out the biopic about Shirley Chisholm, the first Black woman to run for president, out now on Netflix. You’ll hear about it in this week’s call to action!  —--------- We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael is our research producer, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome home!  This week, hosts Angela Rye, Andrew Gillum, and Tiffany Cross start the show with a look at Trump’s recent “bloodbath” debacle.  Trump’s violent language on the campaign trail is nothing new, so how concerned should we be about political violence? What are the lasting effects of promoting violence as a political strategy? Is it “terrorism”??  Plus, you remember the First Step Act, that bipartisan criminal justice reform bill passed by the 115th Congress and signed into law by Donald Trump in 2018 that Republicans were patting themselves on the back for? You might have missed it in the mainstream news, but the ultra conservative Supreme Court just struck down a key part of the bill and the Justice who drafted the majority opinion MIGHT surprise you! The hosts dig into the SCOTUS ruling for this week’s deep dive.  Are you HIGH? Or feeling low because Mary Jane is still a Schedule I substance under the Controlled Substance ACT? Well, MVP Harris has some thoughts on it. If you’re in Baltimore, support Marilyn Mosby by showing up to her rally. It’s at noon this Saturday March 23rd at the Druid Hill YMCA and this is just... the first step.  And since we know so many of you listen just for Tiffany’s sports analysis, she’ll be back to break down March Madness in this week’s Politics Are Everywhere. You can fill out your NCAA Women’s (and men’s) March Madness Bracket on the NCAA website.  —--------- We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael is our research producer, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome home y'all!  Many of us don’t fit neatly into the boxes “Democrat” or “Republican”…so are you independent?! On this MiniPod, hosts Angela Rye, Andrew Gillum and Tiffany Cross discuss the nuance of third parties in the American Democratic system  Could a strong third party empower voters? Is voting for a third party candidate a throwaway vote? How would a third party rise to power, anyway? The hosts answer all that and more.  —----- We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael is our research producer, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
TikTok Getting Banned?!

TikTok Getting Banned?!

2024-03-1401:27:37

Welcome home y’all!  This week, hosts Angela Rye, Tiffany Cross and Andrew Gillum cover the TikTok ban, which overwhelmingly passed the House and awaits Senate action—why is it happening? The ACLU says the legislation violates the first amendment, Donald Trump is wavering, even though he was actually the first high ranking official to propose a ban on TikTok. Joe Biden said he’d sign the bill into law. The hosts offer their takes.  In election politics, no surprises— Trump and Biden officially clinched the nomination. The hosts do a deep dive into what a Trump versus a Biden presidency would look like by examining each of their proposed budgets as President Biden just dropped his off to Congress on Tuesday!  There’s also an update on Trump’s racketeering case in Georgia. That case could be affected by an impending Supreme Court Case that will decide if Trump enjoys broad “presidential” immunity for crimes committed while he was president. More on that in this and a later episode…  Finally, the hosts will answer your questions, and give an update on the former State’s Attorney, Marilyn Mosby. You can find her Go Fund Me page by clicking here, and we’ll update this description with info on the March 23rd rally later this week. That’s at the end of the episode, stick around.  —------- We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube.   Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael is our research producer, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome home y’all! On this MiniPod, hosts Angela Rye, Andrew Gillum and Tiffany Cross discuss actor Terrence Howard’s refusal to pay nearly one million dollars in back taxes. In his defense, Terrence says it's “immoral” to tax the descendants of slaves. Do you think Black folks should have to pay taxes given what the US government owes us in reparations? —------- As always, we want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael and Jabari Davis are our research producers, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The State of Our Union is…

The State of Our Union is…

2024-03-0701:29:312

Welcome home y’all!    A spot for Nikki Haley voters with Biden? With Haley’s drop out of the presidential race, we look ahead at what’s to come for the two leading candidates following Super Tuesday.    And, President Biden is set to deliver his State of the Union address. We'll analyze what key messages we hope to hear and how they might impact his presidential bid.    In state politics, we spend a little time unpacking the rhetoric of North Carolina’s republican gubernatorial candidate Mark Robinson and the hosts differing views on how or whether to keep Trump supporters in the fold.   Plus, we'll delve deep into the controversy surrounding Marilyn Mosby, the Baltimore City State’s Attorney who prosecuted officers in the Freddie Gray case and implemented a robust reform agenda that law enforcement is still mad about.. Facing sentencing on trumped up charges in May, we have to ask how someone so right is treated so wrong?!   —-------   We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.    Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook   Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube.     Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:    Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael is our research producer, Baheed Frazier is our engineer, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome home y’all! On this MiniPod hosts Angela Rye, Andrew Gillum and Tiffany Cross answer a question we’ve gotten many times: why “Native Land” Pod? The hosts explain the inspiration behind the title of the show, and the show as a whole. Drawing from their own experience, they critique mainstream news, share how they came together, and why they felt they needed to create a new “home” for their audience.  You can find the lyrics to Lift Every Voice and Sing, the Black National Anthem, at this link.   The audio for this episode is from promotional material created for the launch of the podcast. As always, we want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael and Jabari Davis are our research producers, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome home y’all! On this week’s episode, no big surprises in the Michigan primary election, but both parties are showing significant signs of dissent. The hosts examine what the results mean for the winners of the primary (Trump and Biden) as they look ahead to super Tuesday.  DEI remains under attack. This week the Alabama senate passes a bill that outlaws funding for state-run DEI initiatives. Will black athletes roll tide or bounce? One mayor is on the frontlines of this issue.  Angela delivers an update on the Fani Willis case and the hosts have a spirited debate on the boundaries of professional decorum and ethical obligations in the Fani Willis hearing.  And in Politics Are Everywhere– we got beef with Wendy’s. Wendy’s is planning to institute “surge” pricing like Uber and Lyft, a move that would disproportionately affect black and brown communities.  Thank you for submitting State Of The Union questions!! The hosts will answer as many as they can get to in advance of the speech next Thursday.  We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael and Jabari Davis are our research producers, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome home y’all!  On episode seven of Native Land Pod, Biden gets pushed on racial justice by black members of congress. Meanwhile, Trump launches a sneaker brand to help him pay off the $355 million dollars that he owes New York state. Plus, the hosts debate why some black voters are leaning towards Trump.  With the Michigan primary on the horizon, we want to know– who y’all got Michigan?? Rashida Tlaib calls for Michigan democrats not to vote for Biden. In Georgia, District Attorney Fani Willis answers questions about her relationship with her lead prosecutor in a closely followed election fraud case involving Trump and his allies. The romantic liaison could put the case in jeopardy, but new evidence favors Willis. In Politics Are Everywhere– we have to talk about Beyoncé’s historic new country single, Texas Hold ‘Em. And the Alabama Supreme Court makes reference to God and the bible in a landmark ruling that declares that embryos are people.  Stick around for your questions at the end!  As always, we want to hear from you. Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast. What do you want Biden to cover in his State of the Union address?  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael and Jabari Davis are our research producers, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Biden is Old… So is Trump!

Biden is Old… So is Trump!

2024-02-1501:12:151

Welcome home, y’all! On episode six of Native Land Pod, age takes the spotlight in the presidential candidate conversation– again– re-sparking discussions about mental fitness. So, okay, both candidates are old… now what?  Meanwhile, Tom Souzzi's victory in Santos' previous NY congressional seat brings attention to special elections; sensitivity is tested as jokes surrounding George Floyd's tragic death evoke strong reactions, prompting reflection on the boundaries of humor; Missouri fails to pass a bill that would allow for abortion in certain cases, such as rape of a minor.  In Politics Are Everywhere, the trio delves into the excitement of NBA All-Star Weekend and addresses listener questions, and we hear once again from sports expert, Tiffany Cross. We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast. Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube.   Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael and Jabari Davis are our research producers, Abu Zafar is our engineer, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The conclusion of Andrew’s Testimony, the end of the story of his trial, and everything that’s happened since his 2018 Florida gubernatorial campaign. Find part one at the end of the “Miami Ain’t No Sanctuary City” episode. Find part two at the end of the “Faded… None of These Candidates” episode.  As always, we want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer, and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael and Jabari Davis are our research producers, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. Thank you to Mark Cantin and Dylan Unger of the iHeart Video team. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome home, y’all! We are back with episode 05 of the Native Land Pod. In this episode, Tiffany Cross, Andrew Gillum, and Angela Rye tackle immigration, economic mobility, and criminal justice reform. They discuss President Biden's clash with the GOP over a bipartisan immigration bill, Mayor Eric Adams' unique aid approach for migrant families in New York, and key findings from a report on Black economic mobility. Plus, they delve into a Senate bill in Georgia that could worsen inequalities in the criminal justice system.  Plus, Part 2 of Andrew's gripping personal testimony. We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube.   Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael and Jabari Davis are our research producers, Baheed Frazier is our engineer, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome home, y’all! We are back with episode 4 of the Native Land Pod, co-hosted by Andrew Gillum, Angela Rye, and Tiffany Cross.  They kick off the conversation with an exploration of Sanctuary City policies, dissecting the economic realities and social responsibilities at play. The discussion then shifts to the critical topic of black voter engagement, as they examine the challenges and missed opportunities facing black communities, and emphasize the consistent neglect of rural black voters. From there, the trio delves into the complex dynamics of rap beef and unpack the cultural significance of these highly publicized online conflicts against the backdrop of the latest social media hearing on Capitol Hill. Plus, Andrew opens up to his best friends and co-hosts about his journey of resilience, reflecting on moments of despair and self-discovery. Angela and Tiffany provide unwavering support as Andrew shares his experiences, discussing the pain of public scrutiny and the challenges of finding purpose amidst adversity. We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube.   Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael and Jabari Davis are our research producers, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Murrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tim Scott… Baby Please!

Tim Scott… Baby Please!

2024-01-2501:34:543

Welcome home, y’all! We are back with episode 3 of the Native Land Pod, co-hosted by Andrew Gillum, Angela Rye, and Tiffany Cross. Today’s conversation focuses on the state of the GOP race, including several candidates suspending their campaigns and shifting their focus and support following the New Hampshire Primary.  The trio also discusses AI in election interference, when a black woman calls you “baby,” and Ava DuVernay’s highly acclaimed movie Origin being shut out of Hollywood’s award ceremonies. Black artists may simply have to bypass the traditional gatekeepers to receive their true flowers. Lastly, they’ll be answering some of your much appreciated listener questions— and more. We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael and Jabari Davis are our research producers, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Murrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome home, y’all!  We're back with another episode of Native Land Pod, co-hosted by Tiffany Cross, Angela Rye and Andrew Gillum.  We appreciate each of you for making us the #1 podcast on Apple Podcasts for last week's debut!  This week's episode features a conversation about the results from Iowa, where things are headed with the GOP field, and a reaction to some of Nikki Haley's recent comments and strategies, before transitioning to the significance of outreach to Black voters by Democrats. The trio also discuss the new black head coach in the NFL— shoutout Jerod Mayo of the New England Patriots! Make sure you do not miss Tiffany's Testimony as she finally addresses the burning question: what happened to her show at MSNBC? We want to hear from you! Send us a video @nativelandpod and we may feature you on the podcast.  Instagram  X/Twitter Facebook Watch full episodes of Native Land Pod here on Youtube. Thank you to the Native Land Pod team:  Angela Rye as host, executive producer and cofounder of Reasoned Choice Media; Tiffany Cross as host and producer, Andrew Gillum as host and producer, and Gabrielle Collins as executive producer; Loren Mychael and Jabari Davis are our research producers, and Nikolas Harter is our editor and producer. A special thanks as well to Chris Morrow and Lenard McKelvey, co-founders of Reasoned Choice Media.    Welcome home! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Rosella Richardson

I am so happy that this podcast exists. Thank you for sharing the knowledge that is needed. I love that you also hold both parties accountable. Andrew, I love how you are so bold to publicly say, I'm human! I am a forever listener of you all individually and as a collaboration.

Feb 5th
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No Name

Love the podcast 😃

Jan 25th
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Shelley Williams

Enjoy your pod and know I'm always going to hear the truth. Missed the Cross Connection.

Jan 20th
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Racquel Davis

thank you for appearing again as we need your voices. thank you being truthful on your stories as I had questions x 10. the insight, the low key sermons, and shout outs. love love the podcast.

Jan 19th
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Mark White

I did not realize how I missed your voices. I was 4 minutes into the podcast when I knew that I had a new favorite one. Your transparency was jarring and appreciated. I can't wait for the next episode. Finally, I am really going to need you all to get through 2024 with my sanity intact. PEACE.

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