Summary

We confront issues and events and their effects on Black people in the United States and around the world. From climate change to white supremacy, police violence to veganism, we face these highly charged topics with courage and curiosity. Our uncommon conversation is quick, engaging and enlightening. Grab an espresso and join the convo!

About the Hosts

Robin Lofton

Robin Lofton

Co-host

Robin is a social justice writer, historian, and human rights activist. She writes about African American history and culture for rememberinghistory.com and inspirational and philosophical issues for meta-inspired.com.  Robin is a curious and active traveler, a passionate writer and a committed community volunteer. She lives in Brussels, Belgium.

Frederick Douglas Lofton

Frederick Douglas Lofton

Co-host

Frederick Douglas Lofton is a lawyer, historian, and teacher. He owns the blog, Lawyer Explorer, which introduces people to the history and cultural traditions of indigenous and ancient peoples. Through his travels, he explores and uncovers the mysteries of the world.  Frederick lives in Seattle, Washington.

Hans Hyppolite

Hans Hyppolite

Associate

Hans is a political analyst who recently completed his Master’s Degree in International Relations in Brussels, Belgium. Having lived in the Caribbean, the United States and Europe, he brings a youthful and diverse perspective to the cast of Espresso Talk Today. Through his studies and experiences, he hopes to help develop policies that will better the lives of ordinary citizens. Hans currently lives in Albany, New York. 

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