The Cheats Movement operates at the intersection of hip-hop culture and community engagement. Led by culture journalist and community activist Marc Cheatham (Cheats), along with co-host Gigi Broadway. The Cheats Movement debates some of the leading issues in hip-hop culture with national thought-leaders from across the country. The Cheats Movement on WRIR radio show is based in Richmond, VA and presents a mix of music, art, politics, and style that is perfect for today's fast-moving society. Thank you for listening and following. #WESEEIT
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On this episode of The Cheats Movement Podcast, Cheats goes one-on-one with ESPN's Dalen Cuff. Dalen is an extraordinary talent who covers college basketball and soccer for ESPN and the ACC Network. He played hoops at Columbia and quickly transitione... more
This episode is a very special conversation with Richmond School Board Member Stephanie Rizzi (5th District). It continues The Cheats Movement Podcast's series on public education in the Richmond region. Ms. Rizzi is a first-time elected official, b... more
When it comes to Richmond, Marc Cheatham is the man to ask. He knows the city like few others, and has a deeply-informed perspective on where we are, where we've come from, and where we'll go next. more
Cheats Movement IS the movement!!!!
Love their perspective!
The Cheats Movement is a fun listen, and I always learn something. Really great mix of topics and guests. I love Richmond, so Cheats’ interviews with local folks are my favorites.
This podcast does not disappoint. Keeps me up to speed with local issues from a refreshing and entertaining perspective! Excited to stay tuned
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