On this week's episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by Pastor Gabriel Baaba, also known as Martin Ssempa. Pastor Baaba is the founder of Makerere Community Church in Uganda, and also the founder of Straight Nation. In this discussion, Jesse and Pastor Baaba tackle the differences between Ugandan blacks and American blacks, Pastor Baaba's organization "Straight Nation," the importance of fathers, the pitfalls of femin*sm, "rac*sm", and much more.
Keep an eye out! The next season of TheFallenState TV premieres on THURSDAY, JANUARY 18TH! Jesse Lee Peterson interviews "anti-racism advocate," filmmaker, and producer TARIQ NASHEED. You don't want to miss it!!!
Tune in THIS Thursday, January 25th at 6 p.m. Pacific / 9 p.m. Eastern to watch the FULL episode! Natalie and Aidan are teenagers who attended one of the very top, most elite private schools in the country. In this interview, they discuss what it was like speaking openly about supporting Donald Trump in the 2016 election on an extremely liberal, politically correct high school campus. Natalie and Aidan used to keep their political views under the radar, but became tired of the rampant political correctness surrounding them and so chose to speak up.
If you were a high schooler supporting Trump during the 2016 election, what would you do if your school newspaper called your verbal Trump support "hate speech"? This is what happened at a very elite, leftist-packed high school in California. As students at this school, TheFallenState TV guests Natalie (16) and Aidan (19) used to keep their political views to themselves, until they decided they couldn't take the "politically correct" insanity a moment longer.
In this special collaboration with folkloreAmericana, Jesse Lee Peterson hits inner city Los Angeles and chaotic Hollywood Boulevard to ask people on the streets: "Do you love white people? Do you love Donald Trump?" You don't want to miss their responses! Tune in for this "Man on the Street"-style special!
Black Lives Matter has exploded in the headlines since coming on the national scene a few years ago. Though there is a lot of controversy surrounding BLM, Dr. J. Luke Wood, Professor of Education at San Diego State University, supports the group's mission. In fact, Dr. Wood has designed a course called "Black Minds Matter," inspired by the Black Lives Matter ideology. On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson asks Dr. Wood to expound on the education crisis facing black men and boys in our country.
On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson interviews social scientist and San Diego State University Professor of Education Dr. J. Luke Wood. Jesse asks Dr. Wood about the online public course he created called "Black Minds Matter," which Dr. Wood says was inspired by the Black Lives Matter Movement, and includes an interview with Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors. Jesse and Dr. Wood debate and disagree on the real reason why black men and boys in our country are in crisis. Dr.
On this timely episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by FairVote California Director Jennifer Pae. Jesse and Jennifer have a wide-ranging discussion, touching on everything from fair voting in the last presidential election, to the political preferences of Asian Americans, Jennifer's cultural and family background, and the national debate still raging over the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville. Is identity politics the answer to the societal ills plaguing our great country? Tune in for this and more!
On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with longtime friend Dennis Prager, one of America's most respected radio talk show hosts, as well as the founder of the wildly successful digital media organization, PragerU. ln this interview, Jesse and Dennis discuss some of the most provocative issues of the day, including Dennis's viral article on why he believes some conservative 'Never Trumpers' still refuse to support President Trump.
UCLA Afrikan Student Union TRIGGERED; Demand MILLIONS for 'Racism,' Cultural Appropriation (Trailer)
On this episode of TheFallenState TV, Jesse Lee Peterson interviews Alicia Frison, chairwoman of the UCLA Afrikan Student Union.