The Stoop: Why is it so hard for some black folks to say ‘I love you’?
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An inmate at San Quentin Prison
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Courtesy of Al Letson
Why is it hard for some black folks to say I love you? The Stoop, a new podcast about black identity, explores this question in a sneak preview of the podcast.
- Hosts Hana Baba and Leila Day talk about the phrase in their own cultures — Sudanese American and African American, respectively.
- Inmates inside San Quentin State Prison reflect on what "I love you" means for them.
- Reveal host Al Letson talks about the emotional lives of black men and boys.