This episode is the first of the mini-series, Theory in Theology. A+scribe chops it up with Joseph L. Tucker Edmonds, an Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Africana Studies at Indiana University’s School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI as well as the Associate Director of the Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture. Together, they explore the theological context through which we can begin answering the question: Is Critical Race Theory compatible with the Gospel?
Reading in Righteousness explores various books from a widespread of Black authors who focus on topics related to antiracism in the Black Christian context, or as it applies. In this first installment, Malachi A+scribe reads ‘Biblical & Social Justice: What Is It? An Everyday Person’s Guide to Understanding Justice And the Role of the Church in Our Society’ and is joined by author Bryan Hudson.
Ana Luis and Malachi A+scribe talk with Ben Tapper, podcast host of “What would it take?” and “Invisible Truths.” Together, they set the stage for conversation about the ever-growing debate on Critical Race Theory’s existence at the intersection of Christianity and Black community.
Ana Luis and Malachi A+scribe look back at this season’s episodes (1-13ish) of The Unconditional Series for final reflections and A+scribe’s personal unconditioning journey in Part I of this episode. In Part II, the dynamic duo recap the final installments of The Unconditional Series (12-17), and reflect on the season as a whole, while looking forward to Season 3.
This is Part 2 of a two-part review of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. You should listen to Part 1 first on the I Can MARVEL All Day podcast. A+scribe is joined by good friends Camara Wallace and rapper Ty Luv the MC to celebrate all things black in the mini-series while using it as a critical lens for looking at modern day policing.
WSV’s Malachi Carter and guest Laurie Butler continue their discussion concerning the verdict in the Derek Chauvin murder trial. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, was convicted of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the killing of George Floyd.
WSV’s Malachi Carter and guest Laurie Butler discuss the verdict in the Derek Chauvin murder trial. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer who knelt on George Floyd’s neck for more than 9 minutes last year, was convicted of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
This episode is a follow-up from Episode 11, Unconditioning Racist language. A+scribe and Pastor Colby Hill explore what racist language looks like in the church context as Black Christians navigating three intersecting worlds: blackness, whiteness and the religious spaces that host each (exclusively and/or collectively).
Enjoy this special holiday episode! Malachi A+scribe’s parents join to share their stories and learnings of navigating holidays as a Black Christian family.
College friends Dylan Bowen and Blake Alford join Malachi A+scribe to discuss the do’s and don’t’s of being a white ally in pursuit of social justice for black people.
On this episode we acknowledge, analyze, carry, and lift the heaviness of the summation of tragedies we’ve witnessed in 2020 (Ahmaud Arbrey, Breonna Taylor, Dreajon Reed, George Floyd). This episode is for those who are feeling all of the feels, some of the feels, none of the feels, and those who don’t want to feel at all. Join A+scribe and Elijaih Tiggs.
This week on The Unapologetics Podcast, Professor Ashley Mack-Jackson gives some words of wisdom from her experiences and unconditioning story.
On this special summer episode, Malachi Carter meets up with friends Camara Wallace, Nayela Chowdhury, and Sarah Diviney at the 2019 Indy Juneteenth Celebration on Indianapolis’ west side. They, being the most unlikely bunch at this event (black, biracial, Bangladeshis, and white), discuss the complex joys of this holiday.
Percy Bland Jr., Youth Pastor at Eastern Star Baptist Church, and his teen youth group join Malachi Carter and the middle schoolers and high schoolers from Carter’s church to talk about racism as they see it in their classrooms.
“By an ever growing number, black Millennials are leaving the church, refuting and discrediting their worth and value, oftentimes because the behaviors of certain church members or groups whose practices didn’t render themselves consistent with God’s Word or Christian principles.”
Rapper Chris Mack joins Malachi “A+scribe” Carter at his favorite soul food joint to discuss the nuances of using hip-hop to engage in dialogue about racism and social justice.
“How to Black History Month” was originally recorded on February 26, 2019 and marked the first episode of The Unapologetics Podcast hosted by Malachi “A+scribe” Carter. Watershed Voice will rollout all nine episodes of Season 1 over the next nine weeks as well as any new episodes from Season 2. So tune in each Thursday for more from Malachi Carter.
Join Malachi Carter on “The Unapologetics Podcast” where he talks about Jesus, black culture, and racism with friends. “Unapologetically black, unapologetically Christian, unapologetically me…with no apologies.”