November 30, 2020

S2E8 | Season Finale

Jasmine concludes an eventful election cycle by discussing the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccine updates, and the presidential transition of power thus far.

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November 9, 2020

S2E7 | Moving Forward

After a long Election week, Jasmine discusses the end of the Trump era and what America has to look forward to in the years to come.

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Listen in to hear Jasmine and Calvin weigh in and answer all of your questions in this Election Eve Q&A special. 

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Tune in as Jasmine quickly recaps headliners from this past week in the world of politics.

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October 19, 2020

S2E4 | “VOTE”

As Election Day approaches, Jasmine discusses just how problematic “VOTE” culture truly is.

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This week, tune in as Jasmine recaps the first (and only) 2020 Vice Presidential Debate and talks about what each VP nominee has to offer their party and running mate!

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In this week's episode, Jasmine weighs in on the first Presidential debate, the President’s health, and taxes.

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September 28, 2020

S2E1 | Cue The Catch Up

In the Season 2 Premiere of CTC, Jasmine recaps the most notable events from the summer’s end. Buckle up, because there’s a lot to catch up on!

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July 27, 2020

S1E7 | Season Finale

In the final episode of CTC's pilot season, Jasmine hosts a discussion amongst three friends and fellow alumni of her high school, Jaida Fenn, Mikayla Johnson, and Kristin Palmer. The topics of discussion? Responses to the current racial tensions within their hometown and how life has changed from being black students in high school to being black students pursuing post-secondary education.

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July 20, 2020

S1E6 | Cancel Culture

In this episode of CTC, Jasmine weighs in on the social phenomenon of ‘cancel culture’ and how it relates to racism, assault, and problematic ways of thinking.

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