Pop Psyc Podcast



In today's diverse American Pop Culture we discuss everything from the Fashionista Lupita Nyong'o to the Social Justice Revolution sparked by Mike Brown and Eric Garner to a crumbling Political system. However, what we often don't do is discuss the Psychological ramifications of our current Pop Culture. How do the sound bits, images and discussions we see taking place in the United States affect our personal and collective Psyche? Pop Psyc is devoted to exploring this topic through blog posts and podcasts (coming soon) so that we can take some time and think about how the world around us is actually changing our thoughts and behaviors. We will take a look at recent news items, under reported stories and topics and sometimes just plan silly anecdotes in an attempt to make meaning and inspire change.To be able to create change, we must speak out and follow through with action. Just as we will be sharing our thoughts, we ask you to engage with us! Write blog entries for us to post on our site, comment on our posts and podcasts and, most importantly, share Pop Psyc with your friends! Spread the word and let's start a revolution to make meaning and inspire change!


  • What! Now What... July 1, 2015

    01/07/2015 Duration: 21min

    This week your host, Ignatius, discusses SCOTUS, Marriage Equality and it's backlash; The Little White Lie that makes race even more complicated; The presidential race so far; and Bristol Palin's 2nd pregnancy

  • What! Now What... June 17, 2015

    24/06/2015 Duration: 25min

    (Podcast for last week)In this segment Host Ignatius discusses the Rachel Dolezal story from another angle, takes a look at Trump's Presidential Campaign Kick Off and Cops eating edibles.

  • Ordinary People

    10/06/2015 Duration: 10min

    A Black Pregnant woman is assaulted by the police and then she is the one charged with a crime. A Black man stuck on the side of the road discovers a new way to explain Race in America!

  • Chet Hanks Loves His Niggas

    03/06/2015 Duration: 09min

    Chet Hanks argues that he has the right to use the N-Word in 2015 because he loves Hip Hop! Bye, Felicia!

  • Pop Psyc Podcast - Coming Soon

    28/05/2015 Duration: 01min

    Pop Psyc is starting a Podcast! Join in the fun!