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 Opener: PE (Welcome to the Terrordome)“It takes a nation of millions to hold us back”Beating the odd in science and medicine and celebrating our triumphs“Fear of a Black Planet” How inequities hold us back by design “911 is a Joke” Real? Structural barriers, SDH of social and community context "Security of the First World" interlude"Brotha’s (and Sista’s) are gonna Work it out" https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/18/books/review/the-organ-thieves-chip-jones.html https://news.vcu.edu/article/2022/01/the-organ-thieves-selected-as-vcus-2022-common-book“She Watches Channel Zero” Cataracts and Dr. Patricia Bath (In Celebration of Black History and Women's History Month)Show ‘Em What You Got Inspiring our people to advocate through education, through activism, innovation.Night of the Living Baseheads (closer) the need to elevate the culture.
Last Thoughts on Set Trippin' @ the Super Bowl.
Set Trippin' (pt 2)

Set Trippin' (pt 2)

2022-02-2545:20

Are we finished? Well, here's part 2 of 2 for now. Enjoy. And leave comments at EMRemixpodcast.com or EMREMX.comGang culture in Healthcare, The Hood, and Beyond.East vs West, North vs South, Biggie, Pac, Masks, Vaccines...“Gang Mentality” is bigger than the streets. And at some level, we are ALL, gang affiliated. It’s almost always a matter of health and more often than not, life and death. We fight to stand our ground, claim our set and rep our hood. But, do we fight to share our common ground?
Set Trippin (pt 1)

Set Trippin (pt 1)

2022-02-1138:36

Gang culture in Healthcare, The Hood, and Beyond.East vs West, North vs South, Biggie, Pac, Masks, Vaccines...“Gang Mentality” is bigger than the streets. And at some level, we are ALL, gang affiliated. It’s almost always a matter of health and more often than not, life and death. We fight to stand our ground, claim our set and rep our hood. But, do we fight to share our common ground?
Show me one city in America and I will show you two Americas.Health, Wealth, Diagnosis, Disease, Treatment. From Philly to ATL, some things are the same. Two Cities. Two Americas.
A note (but not a final one) on the last day of Pride month. We don’t have to look alike -to listenWe don’t have to agree on everything -to listenWe don’t have to worship the same God -to listenWe must agree -on our shared humanityWe must accept -that we are all flawed in someway or anotherWe must also accept that we are all uniquely gifted in various waysI hope this will serve as an example of the above. 
Atlanta has become the capital of film and music, Black wealth and excellence. It is the home of the Civil Rights movement and the rebirth of the KKK. It is also a leader of Black wealth and health disparities. How can this all be true? As Atlanta has recently become the center of the American political universe, it has also mirrored its tale, a tale of two cities, a tale of two Americas.Tune in to find out why.
Reasonable Doubts

Reasonable Doubts

2021-04-2101:10:52

 Conspiracy theory, Pseudoscience in the land of (Dr.) Oz. In the Era of Social Media and Misinformation with everybody claiming to have the answer, is there any question why so many have doubts. But, are they Reasonable Doubts?Tracks1.     Can’t Knock the Hustle (ft. Chidi): Alternative medicine can also be a hustle2.     Dead Presidents: $ in alternative medicine3.     Politics as Usual: The FDA, DEA, Legalization and “The Cure”4.     Can I Live? Choice and Freedom; Truth and Conspiracy, Life and Death5.     D’Evils: Human exploitation and experimentation (Medical Apartheid). Who can you trust?6.     Friend or Foe: Dr. Oz, Dr. Sebi, and us (EM Remix)7.     Ain’t No [Doctor]: loyalty, cults, science, pseudoscience, faith8.     Regrets: Consequences of our decisions (antivaxers) 
Ok, We answer your questions about the Covid vaccine. Four docs on the frontline who got your back.Are we going to get it?Who should get it?What about pregnancy?Have we noticed any side effects?Who and what sources can we trust?For more visit:https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/hcp/index.html
Ok, We answer your questions about the Covid vaccine. Four docs on the frontline who got your back.Are we going to get it?Who should get it?What's the history?Is it safe?Have there been mistakes in the past?Do vaccines work?What's the science?What about Black, Latino, and POC?Who and what sources can we trust?For more visit:https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/hcp/index.html
Everyone’s been asking us, so here you go. Of course “The vaccine” has come up in our conversations as well. Here’s a little preview of what we’ve been thinking and feeling. We try to separate fear from fact and have a little bit of fun while doing it. Remember the rules: 1. We don’t have all of the answers… No one does. 2. This is an ongoing conversation in order to discover the truth. 3. Asking the right questions is sometimes more important than the answers. 4. Agreement is optional, respect is mandatory. 5. The individual opinions expressed here and on our platforms are our own. For more visit:Science History:https://www.history.com/news/smallpox...Current Science:https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-...Recent Science History:https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents/...An Honest Science History:https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/06/0...
Now time for dessert! We discuss one man's perspective on the Palestinian - Israel conflict. We also present to you some heroes who also happen to be Muslims and what they bring to the table.- Ibtihaj Muhammad- Malala- Khaled Beydoun- Linda Sarsour- Abdul El Sayed
Part 2 of this series:What is it like to be a Muslim in America and beyond?To become a healthy and just society, we must understand the people who make up our society. The same goes for our world. So, we invited people to our dinner table that you might not otherwise know or understand. Besides similar food tastes, we have way more in common than we think, including our problems and solutions. Grab a plate and a seat as we enjoy the conversation. The menu is Halal. The music is Quincy Jones and Herbie Hancock. The vibe is cool.
What is it like like to be a Muslim in America and beyond?To become a healthy and just society, we must understand the people who make up our society. The same goes for our world. So, we invited people to our dinner table that you might not otherwise know or understand. Besides similar tastes in food, we have way more in common than we think including our problems and solutions. Grab a plate and a seat as we enjoy the conversation. The menu is Halal. The music is Quincy Jones and Herbie Hancock. The vibe is cool.
Gun Bars!

Gun Bars!

2020-10-0101:06:31

Race, violence, and The Culture!Theme: A Salute to Battle Rap Segments:Round 1. Facts (myths, propaganda, statistics) in American communities -Red, White and Blue VS Black, Brown, and White. We also touch upon gun violence and gun control. Round 2. Name Flips (Who?): The blame game and spin. Black on Black VS The cops Round 3. Schemes: What roles do media and pop culture play? Winners/Losers: Body Bag (3-0): Top 3 contributors to violence in our community and beyond (The Why). The solution?  
As Serious as Cancer

As Serious as Cancer

2020-09-1732:42

Colorectal Cancer and Health Disparities. In the wake of the loss of Chadwick Boseman, the EM Remix Crew chops it up with colorectal cancer and health disparities expert (and all-around cool brother), Dr. Charles Rogers. In order to start this often avoided conversation, we attempt to answer some of your burning questions.We discuss colorectal cancer, health disparities, causes, and prevention.And, we lay out some way that we can beat this together.Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed are our own and not necessarily those of Emory University, the University of Utah, Cornell University or the University of Pennsylvania. The content of this show is for the purpose of public education and entertainment and is in no form a substitution for individual health advice, diagnosis or treatment. Remember:1. We don’t have all of the answers… No one does2. This will be an ongoing conversation in order to discover the truth3. Asking the right questions is sometimes more important than the answers4. Respect Always; agreement is optional
After years of passing for white the tables have turned. What does it mean to pass for Black or even be Black? The Queen and the OG discuss just that. What does it mean to be "Black". Part 2 of their discussion on race in the I.C.U. Series.Food for thought:Race is a social construct not a biological one. It is influenced by history and geographyIt is mutable and dynamic (changes) depending on context and beliefs. Lesson #1: Race does not cause disease. Racism does.
Tag Team

Tag Team

2020-08-2101:00:17

EM Remix teamed up with Heroes (Blowout Podcast Network) like Dre & Em, Glover & Gibson, Pryor & Wilder, Iron Man & War Machine. So you know, we had to create a classic. Heroes x EM Remix = Tag TeamWe united forces to combat the 4 forces that have united for evil:The Covid-19 PandemicSystemic RacismSocial Determinants of HealthThe Business of HealthcareMore than a dust up. More of a Mash Up. Check it out!
For those who have't subscribed to the YouTube channel, an encore presentation:Part 1 of the Everyone Needs To... (ENT Consult), Emergency Physician, Dr. Kristopher Ford, shares his personal experience with police profiling. He also writes a prescription to treat systemic racism that is killing us.
Who Shot Ya? pt 4

Who Shot Ya? pt 4

2020-08-0628:31

Alright, we've talked about how messed up things are and have been. Now, it's time for some answers. What's the cure for all that we've diagnosed. Violence, Racism, Devaluation?Finally, we've put together a treatment plan. Sometimes the old stuff works best. Check out what we've prescribed. Plus, some dope sounds as always -to make the medicine easier to swallow.
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