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Poethnic Justice Podcast

23 EpisodesProduced by The Stormy Poet CompositionsWebsite

Family,The Poethnic Justice Podcast seeks to utilize and promote the power of literature and literacy for the purpose of challenging and eradicating the systemic oppression of black society. Via the language arts and social commentary, the members of this podcast will seek to formulate strategies ge… read more

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So...Systemic Racism Is Bad. Just What Are You Gonna Do About It?

May 12th, 2022


Poethnic Justice Family,

I hope this day bids you well, and welcome to another addition of #PoethnicJustice.

There are no shortage of mouthpieces available to talk about how bad racism is and how we need to get rid of …

War Documents Against Racism: A Synopsis of Malcolm X's Autobiography

April 15th, 2022



In this edition of the Poethnic Justice Podcast, I'll be giving a synopsis of Malcolm X's biography and why I feel it is one of the best …

How Anti-Black Racism Is Global: Khalid Muhammad Breaks It Down

April 15th, 2022


Shouts out to ReelBlack for supplying the orginal clip on YouTube. Word. Our master teacher, Khalid Abdul Muhammad breaks down how anti-black racism …

Buck Breaking Review: The Importance of Investing in Black Media

April 15th, 2022


In this edition of Poethnic Justice, I review the groundbreaking documentary, Buck Breaking.    

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The Importance of Black People Knowing How To Carry out Plans: 3 Simple Tips To Make You a Better Planner

April 15th, 2022



As black people, living under a system designed to bring constant chaos to our lives, it's important we, as a collective, know how to …

The Lack of Black Writing Support Groups: Supporting Each Other Like White Writers & Readers Do

April 15th, 2022

To My Fellow Black Wordsmiths,

I took this audio from one of my writing meetings I host here in Tarrant Country, TX called Wordsmiths & Readers of Tarrant (WRT), a group I started so local writers and artists in the …

The Different Ranks of Racism & the Purpose They Serve

April 15th, 2022


Fellow Comrades,

What are the different types of racists, and what roles do they serve in maintaining the white power structure?  In this edition of …

Who Told Black People To Celebrate Holidays & Why

April 15th, 2022



Can we, as black people, even articulate why we celebrate holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Are we doing so because it benefits us …

Eliminating Jealousy Culture from Black Society

April 15th, 2022



In this edition of Poethnic Justice, I wanted to break down jealousy culture in black society. Being that black people have been …

How Black People Mastered the Art of Distracting Themselves

April 15th, 2022



When it comes to the issue of dealing with racism/white supremacy, unfortunately, out of cowardice, too many black people have mastered the art of distracting themselves in order to not avoid dealing with the …

Biden Being Elected Makes Black People Targets

April 15th, 2022



In this edition of #PoethnicJustice, I discuss how Biden being elected actually puts black folks in immediate danger, as a collective.    

The 6 Things About Racism That Confuse Most People

April 15th, 2022


This is a clip of Neely Fuller brilliantly articulating everything that has ever confused you about how racism works and why understanding racism is …

The Myth That Correct Punctuation Hinders Poetic Creativity

April 15th, 2022


To My Black Writers,

Over the years, I've heard many writers express how they feel confined and limited in their creativity by using proper punctuation, and, in my early writing days, I felt the same way.

However, as …

Overcoming Your Fear of Writing and Sharing Your Literature

April 15th, 2022



This is a piece of a recording I captured at one of my W.R.T. meetings in Fort Worth, TX.

If you're an up-and-coming writer who finds yourself terrified to share your story with the world, the conversation the …

How Anti-Black Propaganda Operates: The NY Times Attack Against Reparations

April 15th, 2022


Brothers & Sisters,

The NY Times released an article where the author appears to genuinely be reporting on black Americans' stance on …

Too Tired To Deal with Racism: How We Waste Energy

April 15th, 2022



In this edition of Poethnic Justice, I wanted to break down the ways in which we squander the precious energy we need properly deal with the threats and challenges that lie before us, as a people.

Our …

Origins of Racism: Why White & Black Were Invented

April 15th, 2022


Greetings Family,

The majority of us already know that the system of racism/white supremacy expresses itself in every area of our society.  However, when the subject of racism is discussed, the focal point tends to be …

Generational Trauma: All Black People Need Therapy

April 15th, 2022


Greetings Family,

Living under a system of racism has brought about an immense amount of situational and generational trauma to the group classified as African Americans.  Rather than seeking counseling or therapy for …

Loving Away Systematic Racism Doesn't Work

April 15th, 2022



I made this presentation in response to a comment that was left in regards to an article I posted entitled, "Black People, It's Time To Get Armed." (, which expressed the need for black people …

Why Reading Daily Will Save Your Life

April 15th, 2022



The whole reason I set up The Stormy Poet Compositions platform was to promote messages such as the one presented in this program. Reading, …

Black Male Privilege Is a Racist Concept

April 15th, 2022



In this edition of the #PoethnicJustice, I present evidence disclaiming the dangerous and detrimental myth of black privilege.  As a black …

Why Reparations Must Be Lineage-Based (The Grio's Michael Harriot debates Congressional candidate Marcel Dixon)

April 14th, 2022


Gregg Marcel Dixon is running for election to the U.S. House to represent South Carolina's 6th Congressional District. He recently debated The …

W.R.T. Initiation: Literacy's Importance to Black Progress

April 12th, 2022


What was the real reason reading and writing were made illegal during slavery? I would argue, that there is a power in the language arts that the …

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