Episode 110: “Redefine the Culture, Renovate the Soul” with Polo Silk and E. Buckles
A lot happening on this episode, including a major announcement at the end of the show. Robert dropped a new record, now available on SoundCloud (https://soundcloud.com/robertjay_bb/i-cant-believe-it-remix). We also got the past, present, and future of New Orleans all in one episode.
Polo Silk (aka The Ghetto Olan Mills aka Gordon Parks of the Streets) has photographed the people of New Orleans' Black neighborhoods and beyond for three decades, which led to his recent partnership with Reebok. E. Buckles is a Cannes Film Festival award winner and founder of House of the Young, the creative agency under which he began filming stories of young people in New Orleans upon his return to the city post-Katrina. Jelani Hankins is a 22-year-old 4th generation shoe designer from New Orleans who'll be creating shoes, such as his soon-to-be-released MVP (Maximum Viable Product) sneaker, inside his family's landmark shoe shop upon its reopening in the city's Garden District.
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