Some things just shouldn't be discussed on the radio. "This is my space to explore those topics." SiriusXM host, bestselling author and professor goes deep into everything from race to religion.
SiriusXM's Karen Hunter sits with former lawyer and author Deborah Howard to discuss the nuances of racism. For the full interview go to thehub.global
Wanda James, the first person from the Global Majority to own a marijuana dispensary (in Colorado), breaks down the cannabis business. Where are the opportunities and how do we gain power in a space that has oppressed us?
Tech expert and founder of Metame.co breaks down the web 3.0 and the future (and the now) of tech...the blockchain on The Karen Hunter Show with Karen Hunter and Sylvia K. Alston.
Karen Hunter attempts to teach Dr. Jason Johnson, professor and MSNBC political analyst, spades while on The Karen Hunter Show. This is the beginning of a journey...
Karen Hunter sits with the legendary Immortal Technique and Gyasi Ross to discuss the progenitors of rap the regression of hip hop (Lil Wayne and the mumble rappers).
Karen Hunter discusses gives her view on the church shutdown in Rwanda and holding pastors to a standard. Is this right? And should pastors and churches everywhere have a standard for operation? Do you need a formal education to lead a church? And is church a place or the people?
Karen Hunter kicks off her discussion about God and religion with Lurie Daniel Favors (aka @AfroStateofMind) where the two explore the evolution of God and religion in their lives.
Karen sits with Tremell, producer of the Godfrey Complex, to discuss money habits and how our habits determine our financial destiny.
Tech maven, Stephanie Humphrey, discusses faith with Karen Hunter and how growing up "very religious" shaped her life and her view of the world and how it manifests today. As an engineer, Stephanie talks the science of God and how certain she is that God exists. This is part of a continuing series about religion.
The question was asked by Andrew McCaskill's dad when he told him he liked another man. In this podcast Mcaskill shares a very personal story of coming out. He came from a perfect family, but it all changed when he told his parents he was gay. Relationships immediately were strained and he went from hope and promise to shame and disappointment for his parents. McCaskill talks about how this motivated him and propelled him to freedom and success.