This week on the Rhoden Fellows podcast, East, Randall and Kevin are talking about NIL and bad fan behavior. They speak with the coach and team captain of an all Native American girls high school volleyball team that was trolled with racial slurs during a state tournament game. They also talk to The Undefeated Sr. Writer Jesse Washington about NIL and Russell Westbrook.
The Fellows weigh in on Howard football & more
It’s #TBT on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast. Whitney and East took a look what’s going on with Howard University’s football team with senior Undefeated Writer, Jerry Bembry and Former Rhoden Fellow and Howard Alum, Tiffany Hoyd. They also discussed reactions to the sentencing of a former Dallas Police officer who entered the wrong apartment, and tragically killed Botham Jean.
Be Honest With Cari Champion
How did Brittney Elena go from The Bay to Hollywood?
Cari Champion sits down with actress, and model, Brittney Elena to discuss her journey from The Bay to Hollywood, her love of basketball, and much more.
Be Honest With Cari Champion
Owen on the Bengals and his new special
Cari Champion sits down with Comedian Gary Owen to discuss his love of the Cincinnati Bengals and his Showtime special #DoinWhatIDo.
The Rhoden Fellows: Pay-For-Play
California Governor Gavin Newsom just signed the Fair Pay for Play Act into law in California. We are resurfacing an interview with Ed O’Bannon, one of the first athletes to challenge NCAA rules on compensating athletes. The original interview aired in March 2018.
Rhoden Fellows: WNBA Finals
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, Randall, Nate and Bill discuss all things WNBA with none other than WNBA writer, Michelle Voepel. They discuss the much-anticipated reboot of The Boondocks and what they love and hate about the new line of products from Apple.
Rhoden Fellows: Black Quarterbacks
This week on the Rhoden Fellows, Kevin, East and Bill speak with Senior NFL Writer Jason Reid about this season’s top five black quarterbacks and what their successes mean for the way we talk about race and football. Then, we speak to Hampton University professor, Monique A J Smith, about why she supports California’s “Pay for Play” Act.
Jason Reid Joins The Show, California’s Pay for Play Act.
This week on the Rhoden, Kevin, East and Bill speak with Senior NFL Writer, Jason Reid about this season’s top five black quarterbacks, and what their successes mean for the way talk about race and football. Then we speak Hampton University professor, Monique A. J Smith about why she supports California’s Pay for Play Act.
Perspective On Luck’s Retirement, Jemele Hill Chat
This week on the Rhoden Fellows podcast, Whitney, Randall and Kevin spoke with Indianapolis Colts Wide Receiver and Grambling State grad, Chester Rogers about Andrew Luck’s retirement, playing with Jacoby Brissett and being a child actor. We also spoke with The Atlantic writer, Jemele Hill about why she thinks top black athletes are key to helping HBCUs survive and thrive.
Race And Professional Sports, The Sterling Affairs Discussion
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, Bill, Whitney, Arthur and Nate speak with Diahann Billings-Burford, the CEO of the Ross Initiative for Sports Equality (RISE) about Stephen Ross, Jay Z, and how the organization is leading hard conversations about race and professional sports. They also speak with Ramona Shelburne about new 30 for 30 podcast, The Sterling Affairs.