News and Coffee Episode 2: Spoken word poet discusses the realities of being a Black man in Oakland

By ONME Newswire


News and Coffee - Episode 2:


In this episode of News and Coffee Morning Show with Joquoya Murphy, she shares her comments on the the latest Black California news headlines: Oakland artist comments on broken Breonna Taylor statue; coastal community has only developed 2 affordable housing units in eight years and a Bakersfield senior center tenants celebrated Christmas early this year.


Murphy also shares the tea on spoken word artist Swirv Azubuike in a two-part exclusive interview about the realities of being Black in Oakland, CA and how it inspired his poetic talents.



Each week producer host Joquoya Murphy broadcasts show News and Coffee live under the ONME News Review, which distributes its original podcasts through The ONME Network and various third-party locations: watch her on the ONME Podcast Network at ONME TV Channel; listen via several external audio podcast outlets including: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Castbox, Deezer, Podcast Addict, JioSaavn, Podchaser, iHeartRadio, Listennotes.com, and Spreaker; OTT apps Roku and Amazon Fire, and offline via cable TV. Audio podcasts are also available on the ONME News website.


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