If you haven’t gotten enough of me through The Feminist Tea Party, you can get your fix through my new podcast, “Mixing it up with Maggi.”
I’ll be interviewing my favorite pals for a conversation on everything from motherhood, social activism, sex, career and much more. Listen in every Wednesday night through SoundCloud or catch it on demand here on myefflinglifeblog.

On this episode, I sit down with the artist: rapper/filmmaker Dre Manning. We work together as media educators and often find ourselves talking about everything from current events to more personal matters all while developing curriculums for young filmmakers in East Harlem.

Dre, a father of two, speaks on his experience as a young Black father: the stereotypes he is trying to counteract and the narrative he is imparting to his young sons. Listen to his story about what/whom shaped him as man and as a father.

https://soundcloud.com/maggi-delgado/at-work-with-maggi-black-fatherhood

 

Get to know Dre and his music here:

Follow him on Sound Cloud –
@dremanning

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZoMygWpWvg

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