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Don't @ Me with Justin Simien
Join me, Justin Simien, each week for unfiltered conversations with the stars, artists and creators shaping our culture. If you’ve seen my show and film,  Dear White People,  you know we’re going to get into how race, gender, and sexuality...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 256 ratings
Wish I found this sooner
Such terrific guests and insightful, nourishing, honest conversations on race, gender, sex and culture. Fills me with hope. Fingers crossed for a second season!
hisweetsweet via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/25/19
Most Important Podcast Out There
I love this podcast. I love how Justin Simien and his guests explore important issues around race, gender, sexuality, diversity and representation in a casual, open manner. The podcast is funny, entertaining, and thought provoking. I listen to it in my car, at work, cooking, travelling, and when...Read full review »
Tjanielsen via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/16/19
With all of the love I have for Dear White People, I became intrigued by the mind behind it. Justin Simien, thank you for being one of the contributions for continuing our narrative ⋆ by us ⋆. Don’t @ Me is fantastic, informative, fun and appreciated. If there’s more, I can’t wait!
imawilks via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/18/19
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