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Bringing Boarding Schools to the Inner City (Ray Walker)
Live from the Santa Clarita International Film Festival (SCIFF), Leonard welcomes Ray Walker, Executive Director of The Stokes Foundation, for an in depth discussion on urban boarding schools and the positive impact they are having on communities.
Recorded on location at the 2022 Santa Clarita International Film Festival (SCIFF), Leonard welcomes Bret Lieberman, Executive Director of Yes I Can, Unity Through Music and Education. They have an in depth discussion about the hurdles disabled people face in the work world and how Bret's non-profit is on the front lines, changing the landscape and creating real world opportunities.
Cocaine, Meth and the L.A. Tagging Scene (JAZE)
Leonard and Alexander talk about choices in their past that led to where they are today. They bring on JAZE, who has been tagging in LA for over 30 years to discuss the street art scene then and now.
Brittany tells her harrowing story of sexual assault in the church and how surviving it has made her stronger and shaped who she is today. This is not a story she tells for pity, rather, she hopes to inspire people to find their inner strength, as she did.
Leonard and his guests, Auntie Donna Brown and Dan Chapman, their concerns about the Covid 19 vaccine, intersectionality and who got the rawest deal in America.
Divided We Stand - Post Election 2020 arguments with guests Cole Parker and Diaz Mackie
Leonard talks to his guests about the post election antics of the Trump Administration and whether Trump's actions are justified or not.
Being Bi-Racial in the 1930s
Leonard goes one on one with his Grandmother, Lenora Jackson, who shares her story of what it was like growing up in a bi-racial family in the 1930’s, and offers her opinion on the state of the country today!
Two Sides to Every Story (Gerald Jackson & Barrie Eget)
Leonard talks with his brother, Gerald Jackson and Barrie Eget about the President's response to Covid-19, RBG, China and much more.
Just Two Black Guys from Santa Clarita
Actor and businessman, Leonard Jackson, takes a break from debating to have a deep, personal conversation with long time friend and fellow father, Flex Alexander. They discuss life as actors in Hollywood during the pandemic, the recent police incident in Santa Clarita and the historical repression of Black infrastructure and ownership in the United States.
Actor and business owner, Leonard Jackson, discusses BLM, the state of the Confederate flag and police defunding with guests, comedian, Cory Robinson and the platinum voice of MMA and arm wrestling, Barrie Eget.
Bad Libs Podcast host, Brendan Woodruff and business owner, Christopher Mckool, join Leonard Jackson and debate President Trump race baiting to get votes, the fall of the confederacy and the plight of sex workers in the post-Covid economy.
A Bad Lib vs. a Trump Supporter (Zach Miller & Julie Walsh)
Bad Libs podcast host, Zach Miller and Leonard's old roommate and proud Republican, Julie Walsh, join Leonard Jackson and give the left and right perspectives on COVID-19, Black Lives vs. All Lives debate and who you kneel for.
China's Long Game and Trump Has Failed Us
Leonard Jackson has a very candid conversation with his brother, Jerry Jackson, a global supply chain executive about China's long game in Africa, assimilation in corporate America and Trump's failure on the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Is Trump Racist? And MeToo in 2020
Actor and business owner, Leonard Jackson, discusses #MeToo, Trump's racism, fluid sexuality and adoption with change maker Brie Widaman.
A Republican Running for Congress in a Blue District
Actor and business owner, Leonard Jackson, discusses politics with Brian Perras, who is running for California's 29th Congressional District. Perras was born in Dunedin, Florida. As of 2019, he was a member of the fraternity Pikes and the SAG TV Academy
The N Word and TikTok Famous
Actor and business owner, Leonard Jackson, discusses the recent school shooting in their community with his son, Brian, as well as Brian's viral videos on TikTok and who can and cannot say the N word.