Cayden Brown

  • Why Local Elections are Important

    Why Local Elections are Important

    Hey, trespassers! 🚸 Today, let’s talk about something very important—local elections. You might be wondering, “Why should I care about that?” Well, we’re about to get real about truly making change happen right in our communities!

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  • How to Handle Interactions with the Police

    How to Handle Interactions with the Police

    When encountering the police, we often feel violated in our rights but aren’t exactly sure what rights were violated. Here’s a straightforward guide to help you handle these situations with power and awareness:

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  • Expression Through the Oppression

    Expression Through the Oppression

    Let’s get honest about what we’re going through and how we can overcome it. Here are 7 tips, from the heart, to turn our pain into power.

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  • REBRANDING BLACK

    REBRANDING BLACK

    Serial entrepreneur and brand technologist, Hajj Flemings, joins Cayden to offer insight for Black professionals adjusting to life in corporate America and to talk about the stereotypical “brand guidelines” that bind their hands.

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  • DEGREED /daˈɡrēed/

    DEGREED /daˈɡrēed/

    Cayden and Naomi Davis discuss the barriers placed in-front of Black scholars pursuing their degrees and “Da Greed” of those who work to keep opportunities from them once they finally obtain them.

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  • UNDERSTANDING THE SYSTEM

    UNDERSTANDING THE SYSTEM

    Community strategist, Frederick Bell, joins Cayden to break down the true architecture of the US government while providing the Black community with insight on how to successfully operate within to bring about the current, pending of social change.

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  • DEAR BLACK CHILD,

    DEAR BLACK CHILD,

    Multi-Entrepreneur, Kelsi Onae, accompanies Cayden in a conversation concerning the ongoing discouragement Black children receive growing up and how to find and use their voice in the face of oppression.

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  • ‘THE MODEL MINORITY’

    ‘THE MODEL MINORITY’

    Actor & fashion model, Quinton Coleman, joins Cayden for an interview regarding the barriers that Black people encountered in order to be accepted by the mainstream media and in learning to embrace the afrocentric features, historically ‘undesirable’ for television.

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  • THE NEW NARRATIVE

    THE NEW NARRATIVE

    Former News Reporter & Radio Specialist, Lorielle Walker, joins Cayden to analyze the roots of systemic stereotypes and to discuss the role that the media plays in shaping the image of the Black community.

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