Nothing To Lose But Yourself

Ricky Day with Eboni K. Williams on her new book Bet on Black, the infamous "bus driver" comment, and the role of LOVE in her life and career

May 23, 2023 Ricky Day Season 4 Episode 3
Ricky Day with Eboni K. Williams on her new book Bet on Black, the infamous "bus driver" comment, and the role of LOVE in her life and career
Nothing To Lose But Yourself
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Nothing To Lose But Yourself
Ricky Day with Eboni K. Williams on her new book Bet on Black, the infamous "bus driver" comment, and the role of LOVE in her life and career
May 23, 2023 Season 4 Episode 3
Ricky Day

My guest this week is author, attorney, media personality, and journalist Eboni K. Williams. Eboni is the host and executive producer of Holding Court with Eboni K. Williams in addition to hosting The Grio with Eboni K. Williams, which airs on The Grio cable television network owned by Mr. Byron Allen.

In our wide ranging conversation, Eboni and I chat about her latest book Bet on Black: The Good News About Being Black in America Today. We also dive in about the perceived divide between Black women and Black men, how she follows "her calling" to fight for justice and equality, her experiences at FoxNews and on The Real Housewives of New York, and YES we touch on that viral comment about bus drivers.

This is a great conversation with an a dynamic and brilliant Black woman. This is also our first ever two-part conversation with part two coming to you next week.

Holding Court with Eboni K. Williams

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My guest this week is author, attorney, media personality, and journalist Eboni K. Williams. Eboni is the host and executive producer of Holding Court with Eboni K. Williams in addition to hosting The Grio with Eboni K. Williams, which airs on The Grio cable television network owned by Mr. Byron Allen.

In our wide ranging conversation, Eboni and I chat about her latest book Bet on Black: The Good News About Being Black in America Today. We also dive in about the perceived divide between Black women and Black men, how she follows "her calling" to fight for justice and equality, her experiences at FoxNews and on The Real Housewives of New York, and YES we touch on that viral comment about bus drivers.

This is a great conversation with an a dynamic and brilliant Black woman. This is also our first ever two-part conversation with part two coming to you next week.

Holding Court with Eboni K. Williams

Support the Show.

Please make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow the podcast on Instagram.