Question 41 // What should white people do about black tourism? (feat. Derrick Keith Rollins Jr.)

Derrick Keith Rollins Jr is a singer-songwriter best known by his stage name, “Reverend Doctor." What should white people do about systemic racism? What’s it like to be the ’token black friend’? What does the transition from an 'adorable black child' to an 'intimidating black adult' look like when growing up in the midwest? What is racial tourism? This week, Keith sits down with Rob over drinks to answer these questions and more.

Recording Location: Northern Coffeeworks, Minneapolis MN     



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