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Join the NRA

In our final episode of the season, we look at black folk and the NRA. It's been an amazing season and we are so grateful to all of your for watching and everyone we interviewed. Stay in touch with us by liking our Facebook page or following us on twitter @blackfolkdont. Presented by Black Public Media and directed by Angela Tucker.

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Adopt

In this episode we look at adoption and the black community. As usual, it's more complex than you think! Presented by Black Public Media and directed by Angela Tucker.

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Do Feminism

There have been many conversations about the definition of feminism and who falls neatly (or not so neatly) within that definition. From Shirley Chisholm to Audre Lorde, this episode gets into it all! Presented by Black Public Media and directed by Angela Tucker.

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Do Plastic Surgery

Is plastic surgery relevant for black folk? If so, what kinds of surgery do black folk get? Join the folks from Cali as they contemplate if "black don't crack"; including commentary from West Coast favorites Norwood Fisher of Fishbone, actress Lisa Gay Hamilton, and acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay! This episode has sensitive language. Presented by Black Public Media and directed by Angela Tucker.

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Live To The End Of A Horror Film

Do black folk live to the end of a horror film? Do scary movies allow black characters to survive...? Join acclaimed director Ava DuVernay and California actors and regular folk as they muse on this! Presented by BlackPublicMedia.org and directed by Angela Tucker.

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Go Green

Back by popular demand, and with topics by the people, Black Folk Don't brings new topics to a new location, California! First up, are black folk green? What does going green even mean? Join Fishbone frontman Norwood Fisher as he and some regular folk talk about where identity meets the environment. Presented by Black Public Media and directed by Angela Tucker.

Fascinating. Entertaining.

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