Welcome back to the U.C.! As we near the end of Donnie J’s first 100 days, we pause to look back on his wins, losses, and everything in between. Also, did the Black community over react to the Shea Moisture ad campaign or was there actual reason for concern. And Beyhive members continue to rejoice as Beyoncé announces a new scholarship program aimed at helping our youth continue to reach great heights! We appreciate our listeners and thank you for your continued support.
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In this #UCSoundbyte, Curtiss, Mike and I review the @HBO Original Film The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. Does this movie (based on the book of the same name), starring Oprah Winfrey, properly deliver the right dosage of information about Henrietta Lacks to properly tell her amazing story, or does the treatment of this movie fall short? Where is the line between medicine and ethics with regards to patients? How has the standard of care changed in medicine over time? Finally, does the Lacks family deserve compensation for the countless advancements in medicine that have resulted because of their mother’s HeLa cells? We briefly tackle all of this in this very special podcast episode.
Welcome to Episode 33 of University College! After an extended break, we are back with a very interesting discussion. Do Black Trump supporters actually exist? Its not the political unicorn you've been lead to believe is a fairy tale. We sit down with Chelvis Kennerson, a self-proclaimed conservative and Donald Trump supporter. We discuss his reasons for aligning with he party and supporting Trump. By the time the discussion is over, you may actually reconsider your position on certain political hot topics in the news today!