by NBPC 2,582 views
We're back!! Thanks to you this entire season is made up of audience suggestions of even more things black folk don't do like swim, go camping, have eating disorders, get married, do atheism, and commit suicide. And this time we took the whole crew down to the "big easy" for blackness with some cajun spice to it. Thanks to MSNBC host Melissa Harris Perry and Toure for chatting with us and bringing some fresh insights to the topics in this season. Check it out now and catch FRESH NEW EPISODES STARTING TUESDAY, JUNE 26th! Watch at: http://BlackPublicMedia.org, http://BlackFolkDont.com, http://Vimeo.com or http://Blip.tv.
by BlackFolkDont 6,715 views
Back by popular demand, and with topics by the people Black Folk Don't brings new topics to a new city, New Orleans! First, what's the deal with black folk and swimming? Do they do it? Or are the assumptions true? Tune in to new episodes every Tuesday, and share your thoughts @blackfolkdont on Twitter. A special presentation of BlackPublicMedia.org, directed by Angela Tucker, and supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
by BlackFolkDont 11,899 views
If black folk can live in the hood why can't we go to the woods? The great outdoors seems to be the last frontier when it comes to Black People. What's keeping us from engaging with Mother Nature? What's so tough about roughing it for Black Folk? Or are we just doing it in secret, or in camouflage hats? Tune in and find out.
by NBPC 5,786 views
What is the danger in assuming that black folk don't have issues with their body? What happens when there is no room for discussion for black folk to discuss eating disorders? Or maybe black folk don't actually have any eating disorders? Where does stereotype end and truth begin?
by BlackFolkDont 6,795 views
Suicide usually isn't an option for Black folks, especially since there are a whole host of reasons for why our mortality rates are ridiculously high, but is this always true? Given some recent high profile suicides and apparent suicides in the black community, is there more room to have this discussion now?
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by BlackFolkDont 13,606 views
It seems like now a days it's hard to find black folk who are ready and willing to say I do, at least that's what all the media coverage about single black women says. Is this a generational issue or are black folk allergic too long term commitment? Or are they just committing in different ways outside the mainstream?