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All Day Podcast: 10/4/16

If you missed us last week, we’re back!

10:49 AMAfter taking a week off, the All Day Podcast crew — host Clinton Yates, staff writer Justin Tinsley and senior style writer Jill Hudson — was back in action this week to talk Kim Kardashian’s robbery, Netflix’s new Marvel series Luke Cage and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch teaming up with the NFL to incite nationwide change.

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Earlier this week while at Fashion Week in Paris, Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint of nearly $9 million in jewelry. After hearing the news, her husband, rapper Kanye West, walked off the stage mid-song during a show in New York. The details surrounding the incident are frightening, though there have been many critics of Kardashian. Is it fair to poke fun at someone (even a celebrity) who faces a life-or-death situation such as Kardashian did? The crew attempts to answer this question.

The podcast continues with a breakdown of Marvel’s Luke Cage, which Netflix released last week, and a conversation about how meaningful the series is given the current climate of police relations with the nation’s African-American community. Last, Undefeated senior writer Michael Fletcher joins the podcast to talk about Lynch joining forces with the Dallas Cowboys to improve those strained relations between the police and the community.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Daily Dose: 10/4/16

‘Debate’ is so much more fun to say when you pronounce it ‘de-bah-tay’

10:49 AMAfter taking a week off, the All Day Podcast crew — host Clinton Yates, staff writer Justin Tinsley and senior style writer Jill Hudson — was back in action this week to talk Kim Kardashian’s robbery, Netflix’s new Marvel series Luke Cage and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch teaming up with the NFL to incite nationwide change.

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Earlier this week while at Fashion Week in Paris, Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint of nearly $9 million in jewelry. After hearing the news, her husband, rapper Kanye West, walked off the stage mid-song during a show in New York. The details surrounding the incident are frightening, though there have been many critics of Kardashian. Is it fair to poke fun at someone (even a celebrity) who faces a life-or-death situation such as Kardashian did? The crew attempts to answer this question.

The podcast continues with a breakdown of Marvel’s Luke Cage, which Netflix released last week, and a conversation about how meaningful the series is given the current climate of police relations with the nation’s African-American community. Last, Undefeated senior writer Michael Fletcher joins the podcast to talk about Lynch joining forces with the Dallas Cowboys to improve those strained relations between the police and the community.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

‘Race to Re-Unite’ panel with Jesse Williams and U.S. Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad

10:49 AMAfter taking a week off, the All Day Podcast crew — host Clinton Yates, staff writer Justin Tinsley and senior style writer Jill Hudson — was back in action this week to talk Kim Kardashian’s robbery, Netflix’s new Marvel series Luke Cage and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch teaming up with the NFL to incite nationwide change.

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Earlier this week while at Fashion Week in Paris, Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint of nearly $9 million in jewelry. After hearing the news, her husband, rapper Kanye West, walked off the stage mid-song during a show in New York. The details surrounding the incident are frightening, though there have been many critics of Kardashian. Is it fair to poke fun at someone (even a celebrity) who faces a life-or-death situation such as Kardashian did? The crew attempts to answer this question.

The podcast continues with a breakdown of Marvel’s Luke Cage, which Netflix released last week, and a conversation about how meaningful the series is given the current climate of police relations with the nation’s African-American community. Last, Undefeated senior writer Michael Fletcher joins the podcast to talk about Lynch joining forces with the Dallas Cowboys to improve those strained relations between the police and the community.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

We’re talking to President Obama

The sit-down from Greensboro, North Carolina, is in a week

10:49 AMAfter taking a week off, the All Day Podcast crew — host Clinton Yates, staff writer Justin Tinsley and senior style writer Jill Hudson — was back in action this week to talk Kim Kardashian’s robbery, Netflix’s new Marvel series Luke Cage and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch teaming up with the NFL to incite nationwide change.

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Earlier this week while at Fashion Week in Paris, Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint of nearly $9 million in jewelry. After hearing the news, her husband, rapper Kanye West, walked off the stage mid-song during a show in New York. The details surrounding the incident are frightening, though there have been many critics of Kardashian. Is it fair to poke fun at someone (even a celebrity) who faces a life-or-death situation such as Kardashian did? The crew attempts to answer this question.

The podcast continues with a breakdown of Marvel’s Luke Cage, which Netflix released last week, and a conversation about how meaningful the series is given the current climate of police relations with the nation’s African-American community. Last, Undefeated senior writer Michael Fletcher joins the podcast to talk about Lynch joining forces with the Dallas Cowboys to improve those strained relations between the police and the community.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Trump hotel vandalized in Washington, D.C.

It was caught on video and Twitter is like …

10:49 AMAfter taking a week off, the All Day Podcast crew — host Clinton Yates, staff writer Justin Tinsley and senior style writer Jill Hudson — was back in action this week to talk Kim Kardashian’s robbery, Netflix’s new Marvel series Luke Cage and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch teaming up with the NFL to incite nationwide change.

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Earlier this week while at Fashion Week in Paris, Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint of nearly $9 million in jewelry. After hearing the news, her husband, rapper Kanye West, walked off the stage mid-song during a show in New York. The details surrounding the incident are frightening, though there have been many critics of Kardashian. Is it fair to poke fun at someone (even a celebrity) who faces a life-or-death situation such as Kardashian did? The crew attempts to answer this question.

The podcast continues with a breakdown of Marvel’s Luke Cage, which Netflix released last week, and a conversation about how meaningful the series is given the current climate of police relations with the nation’s African-American community. Last, Undefeated senior writer Michael Fletcher joins the podcast to talk about Lynch joining forces with the Dallas Cowboys to improve those strained relations between the police and the community.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Daily Dose: 10/3/16

Master P was a mogul, but a horrible sports representative

10:49 AMAfter taking a week off, the All Day Podcast crew — host Clinton Yates, staff writer Justin Tinsley and senior style writer Jill Hudson — was back in action this week to talk Kim Kardashian’s robbery, Netflix’s new Marvel series Luke Cage and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch teaming up with the NFL to incite nationwide change.

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Earlier this week while at Fashion Week in Paris, Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint of nearly $9 million in jewelry. After hearing the news, her husband, rapper Kanye West, walked off the stage mid-song during a show in New York. The details surrounding the incident are frightening, though there have been many critics of Kardashian. Is it fair to poke fun at someone (even a celebrity) who faces a life-or-death situation such as Kardashian did? The crew attempts to answer this question.

The podcast continues with a breakdown of Marvel’s Luke Cage, which Netflix released last week, and a conversation about how meaningful the series is given the current climate of police relations with the nation’s African-American community. Last, Undefeated senior writer Michael Fletcher joins the podcast to talk about Lynch joining forces with the Dallas Cowboys to improve those strained relations between the police and the community.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Daily Dose: 9/30/16

A week from being eligible to return to playing, Josh Gordon is entering rehab

10:49 AMAfter taking a week off, the All Day Podcast crew — host Clinton Yates, staff writer Justin Tinsley and senior style writer Jill Hudson — was back in action this week to talk Kim Kardashian’s robbery, Netflix’s new Marvel series Luke Cage and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch teaming up with the NFL to incite nationwide change.

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed

Earlier this week while at Fashion Week in Paris, Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint of nearly $9 million in jewelry. After hearing the news, her husband, rapper Kanye West, walked off the stage mid-song during a show in New York. The details surrounding the incident are frightening, though there have been many critics of Kardashian. Is it fair to poke fun at someone (even a celebrity) who faces a life-or-death situation such as Kardashian did? The crew attempts to answer this question.

The podcast continues with a breakdown of Marvel’s Luke Cage, which Netflix released last week, and a conversation about how meaningful the series is given the current climate of police relations with the nation’s African-American community. Last, Undefeated senior writer Michael Fletcher joins the podcast to talk about Lynch joining forces with the Dallas Cowboys to improve those strained relations between the police and the community.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.