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The Interracial Jawn

The Chonilla Network
Society & Culture

An interracial couple discusses pop culture, tv, movies and current events from their unique perspectives as a very white guy and a mostly black woman. Hosted by @LeslieMac & @VeryWhiteGuy Get social and interact via:Visit: #TheJawn is part of The Chonilla Network. Creating a diverse podcast collective of like-minded content creators in a multitude of genres that our listeners can enjoy and participate in.| This content is part of The Chonilla Network. A podcast collective with digital content to make you laugh, think, and learn. |


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Latest Episodes

Leslie & Drew discuss Drew's 14 year toxic work and the toll that continue to take out on him. more

8 days ago

Leslie & Drew host a Twitter Spaces "Why Work." more

14 days ago

Leslie & Drew are joined by Megan Williams, creator and founder of BlackFreelance. We talk all about building community outside the cubicle. more

a month ago


5 out of 5 stars from 60 ratings
  • Interracial Jawn

    Love this podcast! Commuting is so much better when there’s a new episode. @LeslieMac & @VeryWhiteGuy are entertaining, informative & funny. I’ve learned so much from their discussions & enjoyed doing it. Highly recommended for anyone interested in news, pop culture & how to be a supportive ally.

    Apple Podcasts
    Rogue GD
    United States4 years ago
  • Just because they play what the people want

    Just realized that I had never written any review for Leslie and Drew—really remiss of me! I’m forever thankful to these guys for commentary that keeps me sane and lowers my blood pressure in this world that always trying to put me in an early grave. And well, that’s the end of THIS cheery review, lol.

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    Dana in L.A.
    United States4 years ago
  • Get your life

    Drew and Leslie bring the realness every episode. Their on air chemistry is great and their collective knowledge and passion around the issues they address on the show is unsurpassed. From pop culture to the struggle for black liberation, they got you covered. Get your life in order and put them in the regular rotation.

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    Bradford and sons
    United States4 years ago
  • You guys rock!

    Have listened to you guys for years, so forgive me for taking so long to leave a review. The Jawn was one one of my first podcasts. Love your super smart, funny, take-no-prisoners approach to discussing race and the topics of the day. Please keep doing what you’re doing. Your voices are necessary and important. High five!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago
  • Everything is Awesome!

    I love this podcast. The perspective of both Leslie and The Very White Guy are thoughtful and poignant both as individuals and a couple. They seem like they are fun to be around as well. Informative and a good time.

    Apple Podcasts
    Allegra A.
    United States4 years ago

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