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Imagine if Howard Stern met the Daily Show. Thats what the Q hailing from St. Louis, MO attempts to achieve weekly. Hosted by Mark Bland, The Q is a current affairs and pop culture show with a political twist. Weekly the guys interview actors, writers, artist and a revolving cast of characters to bring you multiple views of some of the most controversial and engaging topics of our time.
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Jun 19, 2020

Rayshard Brooks and George Floyd are the center of the worlds attention right now as police brutality and how it's used against people of color and minorities is being looked at heavily.

The last episode was called Police Brutality...but on the heels of the George Floyd situation, a gentleman named Rayshard Brooks was found sleeping in a drive thru at a Wendy's, in Atlanta. Mr. Brooks life ended that night after a scuffle with police. The death of Brooks sent shockwaves through the country while many were already protesting police brutality. But was this a case of police brutality and murder? 

Jonathan May and Mark are not afraid to discuss the deep topics and they sit down to talk about both situations further and discuss the merits of police brutality, while discussing the contrast between the two situations. 

This is a deep discussion. There are things said that might make some people angry. But these have to be discussed at the levels Mark and Jonathan discuss them or else we will never get to the deepest issues between white culture and black culture and how to fix them. 

Sit back and enjoy. Remember this is a discussion with no pulled punches. It's stark and direct. It's designed to make you think.

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