Season 1

In this episode, Jesse Lee Peterson interviews Pastor Chuck Singleton of Loveland Church in Southern California. Topics: race relations, anniversary of Trayvon Martin shooting, racial profiling, man/woman relationships and much more. Loveland Church has three locations with a congregation of 5,000; as well as a vibrant online community. Pastor Singleton is known for debating the likes of former New Black Panther head and Louis Farrakhan disciple Dr. Khalid Muhammad. He also produces music videos on topics related to man/woman relationships, race relations and police issues.

Special Valentine's Day show with guest Damona Hoffman. Damona is a relationship and dating expert. She's a former TV casting director and executive. She currently hosts #BlackLoveon the FYI Network, a digital cable and satellite television network that is owned by A&E Networks. As one of the experts on the show, Damona helps successful modern black women discover the issues that have held them back from finding a fulfilling and loving relationship.

Dr. Brad Stone, professor of Philosophy and the chair of the Department of African American Studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles joins Jesse Lee Peterson to discuss race relations, Black Lives Matter, "White Privilege," religion, and why some of his peers support illegal immigration. Dr. Stone was rated one of America's 300 Best Professors by the Princeton Review.

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