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Baltimore Ravens
Black in the NFL
The Ravens have a Black MVP quarterback. Baltimore has one of the NFL’s most Black fan bases. The Ravens made Ozzie Newsome the NFL’s first Black general manager. From here in Baltimore, host Clifton Brown will examine what it’s like to be “Black in the NFL,” looking at the experience from many different angles and with many different voices. Race impacts the NFL in unique and challenging ways, whether it’s noticed or unnoticed, spoken or unspoken. The time has come for us to speak.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 50 ratings
A Great Listen
Such an important topic, especially in today’s society. This is more than football, I appreciate the real and honest conversations that are happening on the pod. Excited to hear more!
Maggy Powers via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/04/20
This podcast is sorely needed
Perfect time for this. Great to see an NFL team invest in original audio content and not shy away from important topics.
podfatherfpc via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/23/20
Extremely Relevant
A must-listen pod to hear REAL conversations about the social injustice issues that our athletes overcome on a day to day basis. Well done! 👏
Twin Pod via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/22/20
Recent Episodes
Host Clifton Brown discusses police brutality and reform with Anquan Boldin, Mark Ingram II, Flint Deputy Deon Smith, former Baltimore Police Detective Darren Sanders and Maryland State Delegate Gabriel Acevero.
Published 11/17/20
Host Clifton Brown speaks with Ronnie Stanley, Torrey Smith, Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, and Traci Otey Blunt about how they interact with politics and how the political system has treated Black Americans.
Published 10/31/20
Host Clifton Brown talks with Calais Campbell, Matthew Judon, Benjamin Watson and Steve Wyche about how kneeling in the NFL has evolved from 2016 to now.
Published 10/20/20
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