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Episode 87: The Original Bad and Boujee (with Karyn Parsons)

Fresh Prince alum Karyn Parsons stops by the stude to chat with us about Sweet Blackberry, her non-profit that makes educational materials for kids featuring lesser known stories of black excellence.  Plus, What Had Happened Was is back, with Tracy’s Lyft driver from hell.  Come to find out if Carlton would have been a Trump supporter, stay to find out who was banned from The Underground Railroad Museum and Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles.   

Follow Karyn Parsons at @Karyn_Parsons and check out Sweet Blackberry at sweetblackberry.org

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Shoutout to Mozart (via YouTube user classicalmusicplace here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67-2pIXBNEw) for scoring Tracy's tweets with Violin Concerto No. 5 in A (second movement).

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