What If Literature Described White People Like People Of Color?
So raw. So lumpy.
Another Round, Episode 43: A Gumbo Of Afrofuturism
Blacker History Month wraps up with more little known heroes, we talk all things Kanye with Jezebel's Julianne Escobedo Shepherd, and interview Vann R. Newkirk II (aka @fivefifths) about Afrofuturism and #DuragHistoryWeek.
Another Round, Episode 41: To Be Young, Gifted, And Black
Comedian Hannibal Buress swings by the stoode for some Black History-themed drunken debates, Tracy expresses her deep, deep mistrust of whales, and we examine another "WTF?" moment with "Is This Real Life?"
Another Round, Episode 40: Blacker History Month
We present some Little Known Black History Facts, clap back on behalf of Zora Neale Hurston, and Marlon Wayans stops by for a rapid-fire Q&A that Tracy's mom should probably skip.
Another Round, Episode 39: The Betrayer Of The Patriarchy
Tech-guy-about-town Anil Dash talks mangoes, Master of None, diversity in tech, and teaching his son about feminism (with a little tangent about Bee Movie). Plus: our thoughts on Macklemore's "White Privilege II."
Another Round Episode 27: No New Friends, My Squirrel Dude
In this episode, introduce a segment called "Is This Real Life," Tracy tells another joke, and we sit down with Alexis Wilkinson, the first black woman president of the Harvard Lampoon!
Another Round, Episode 36: U Mad?
On this week's episode we introduce our alternative to New Year's resolutions, clap back at men at the gym and McDonald's alleged "all day" breakfast menu. Plus, we chat with iconic comedian Margaret Cho!
How To Be A Better Ally: An Open Letter To White Folks
On this episode of Another Round, producer Meg Cramer gives priceless advice to well-meaning people who want to do better.
How To Celebrate Kwanzaa, According To Another Round
We cannot be held responsible for your friends abandoning you because you tried to make Sandra Lee's Kwanzaa cake.
How Well Do You Know These Random, 16th Century Flemish Proverbs?
Who knows why geese go barefoot?
27 Times Comedian Aparna Nancherla Explained Anxiety And Depression
"Self-esteem is an inside job."
Another Round, Episode 32: The Yum Center
On this week's episode: a brief tale of an unsightly omen and an interview with MSNBC host, author, and professor Melissa Harris-Perry.
Another Round, Episode 31: You Gon' Get This Blackness
On this week's episode: Tracy's Joke Time, a dispatch from Morehouse and Spelman's homecoming, and a conversation about HBCUs, media diversity, and Garden Twitter with Shani Hilton.
Another Round, Episode 30: Frimfram Fittlesworth
On this week's show we play the British version of our white dude names quiz and interview Lena Dunham.
Another Round, Episode 29: What's On Your Reparations Tab?
On this week's show: Tracy tells the story of a bad flight, we ask people what's on their reparations tab, and we interview the author of Between The World and Me, Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Another Round, Episode 26: Stay In Your Lane
On this week's show: the return of What Had Happened Was, the introduction of our new segment Is This Real Life? and a conversation with Dr. Adrienne Keene, the writer behind the popular blog Native Appropriations.
Another Round, Episode 25: Stop Telling Women To Smile
On this week's episode: a quiz on southern expressions, some alternatives to the word "females," and a conversation with artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, creator of the Stop Telling Women To Smile street art project.
Another Round, Episode 24: Ida Bae Wells
On this week's episode we debut our new segment, Six Degrees of Housing Segregation, and interview investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones.
Another Round, Episode 23: The Audacity Of Despair
This week, your babies give advice on how to be a good big brother/sister, we hash out the awesome and awful of the VMAs, and we talk to creator of The Wire and Show Me A Hero, David Simon!
Another Round, Episode 22: A Dude Named Hot Sauce
On this week's episode we debut our new segment Our Lawyer Won't Let Us Call This Segment 'This African American Life,' and talk with comedian and Girls writer Yassir Lester.