Welcome to the B Dorm podcast. You ever see an eclectic group of friends and wonder how the hell such diverse people ended up meeting and getting along? Ever wonder what conversations take place behind closed doors, when political correctness isn’t a factor and friends can just be real with each other? That’s what the BDorm Podcast is about. Hosted by two black men from Queens educated in Western Massachusetts, we dive into a range of topics, from the intellectual to the sophomoric, drawing from our experience with a diverse group of men and women, former roommates and other friends from our not-so-diverse Little Ivy alma mater. Real-talk with real people who have navigated the minefields of divisiveness in society to achieve happiness and success in adult life. We’ll catch up with former roommates and other guests from their circles of influence to chat about business, culture, entertainment, and whatever comes to mind. Sometimes we’ll get serious, but we’ll never take ourselves too seriously. Let’s have an unapologetic, dorm room style conversation – sometimes controversial, always entertaining: this is the BDorm Podcast.
In this inaugural episode your hosts Don Elivert and Jehriko Turner dig in on some deep and heavy matter, exploring what it means to be a leader, how we choose our leaders, and what are the responsibilities of the leaders we choose? We’ve had plenty of characters in the news lately to help us explore the questions deeper. From Kanye West to Jon Gruden to Dave Chapelle to Colin Powell. Whatever your opinion of them, they’ve all performed at the highest levels of their professions and experienced success and failure at the highest levels. It’s going to make you think. It’s going to make you feel. It’s a deep but fun look that will resonate with you long after you’re done listening.
We’re bringing the power of the Righteous Media 5 I’s: Independence, Integrity, Information, Inspiration and impact.