Reclaiming Our Time

As we move forward beyond a contentious election, how can Black people reclaim what was lost over the last four years? As The Revs continue forging a path to reclaim Black agency, …

Where Do We Go from Here, Redux

Following a stressful election, The Revs address the daunting question, ‘Where do we go from here?’ invoking the words of Dr. Martin Luther …

Voter Supression

As we head into the final days of the 2020 Election, which has monumental impacts, The Revs discuss the history of voter suppression and how it’s still going on. The Revs also discuss how …

Should Black people trust medical trials?

Vaccination trials for COVID-19 are being conducted by HBCU medical schools, and some of them are asking for more Black participation, but will Black …

Grieving During a "Twindemic"

The COVID-19 pandemic and the civil unrest have upended our daily lives and routines, creating uncertainty and anxiety, and grief. How we grieve and mourn and the practices and rituals that …

Black Agency and Influence

As the nation continues to confront the ills of systemic racism and oppression, the Black community is using its agency and influence to fight back. The Revs take a look at the power of …

Kamala Harris, First Black Woman

Kamala Harris makes history as the first Black woman on a presidential ticket.  As we pay homage to Shirley Chisolm, Reverends Irene Monroe and …

Season Two: We're Back!

After a brief (or not-so-brief) hiatus, Irene and Emmett – also known as “The Revs” are back and ready to be bold, and also broaden the podcast amid …

A New Chapter For Tyler Perry

On their final episode of All Rev’d Up’s premier season, Irene and Emmett talk about Tyler Perry, the multi-talented actor, producer, writer and …

A Conversation with Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley

On today’s show, The Revs sit down with Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley from Massachusetts’ 7th Congressional District. They talk about her role in the …

Kanye, The Evangelist

On today’s show, Emmett and Irene examine Rapper Kanye West’s newest venture, his Sunday “pop-up” services at various churches and venues around the country. Is this a new hustle for Kanye? …

The N-Word

On today’s episode, The Revs ask: is there a proper use of the N-word? They dissect the word’s usage from historical figures like James Baldwin and Muhammad Ali to the hip hop generation, …

Politics In The Pulpit

Are we losing the Jeffersonian ideal of “the separation of church and state”? Or did we ever have it to begin with? Emmett and Irene look at how church leaders choose to insert themselves, …

Are We In A "Cold Civil War"?

Spurred by a statement by Princeton Professor Eddie Glaude, Jr. that “we are in a cold civil war,”the Revs ask: Are we engaged in new civil war, or …

Hoping and Waiting for Reparations

In commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first Africans in Jamestown, setting the stage for slavery and it’s legacy in the United States, The Revs talk reparations: …

Thou Shall (Not) Forgive

The Revs discuss forgiveness as it relates to two notable incidents of violence on the African-American community: The death of Eric Garner on Staten …

What is "Black enough"?

In this episode, Rev. Monroe and Rev. Price discuss the “one drop” rule and defining “Blackness”, in response to the recent discussions, questioning …

What Do They See When They See Us?

On their first episode, the Revs delve into “When They See Us,” a Netflix dramatization of the story of the Central Park Five and the poignant question it poses: What do they see when they …

All Rev'd Up First Listen

All Rev'd Up is coming soon! Join Reverend Irene Monroe and Reverend Emmett G. Price III in their conversations around race, faith, and this week’s …

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