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Serial Entrepreneur Launches First of its Kind Documentary Podcast Called “Y.A.L.E”

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Serial Entrepreneur Launches First of its Kind Documentary Podcast Called “Y.A.L.E”

August 15
06:23 2020
Serial Entrepreneur Launches First of its Kind Documentary Podcast Called "Y.A.L.E"

August 4, 2020 – Famous activist and entrepreneur ‘Nirule’ announces the launch of a highly informational and inspirational program tagged “Young Adults Learning Evil (Y.AL.E).” This program is a gritty documentary podcast that explores the intersectionality of class, wealth and race, and how it has played out over the past 400 years within a community. The podcast will give the world insight into how Urban Trauma affects a marginalized black community inside one of America’s first planned city, New Haven Ct.

Interestingly, New Haven is home to one of the world’s most prestigious and powerful institutions – Yale University. And as pointed out by America’s first black sociologist “The connection of Yale University with Negroes and Negro problems deserve thought and study. The relations of Yale University to the Negro form a tremendous story involving the way in which a great center of intellectual effort in the United States approached the nation’s most serious social problem.” Discussing this and his podcast program Young Adults Learning Evil (Y.AL.E), Nirule stated that the story has yet to be told until now.

Each episode of Young Adults Learning Evil (Y.AL.E) would focus on events that occurred within the New Haven community that has and continues to have an impact. Indeed, the podcast would break down the significance of these events into the smallest bits of influence. We will hear from different historians and professionals to provide insight and context. We will discuss Urban Trauma in the context of history, politics, and true crime. And we will hear from those effected and discuss how to heal from these experiences” – Nirule.

Born and raised in New Haven, Nirule (born as Nadir Abdul-Salaam) has deep insight and connection to New Haven history. A descendent of Reverend John W. Davis, who raised the money to build the current Varick AME church, Nirule continues his family’s 120 plus years’ tradition of community activism in New Haven. What makes Nirules’ perspective unique is that through his unique life experiences he can connect academic theory to real-life creating a portrait of New Haven and the black community that is seldom discussed.

Media Contact
Company Name: Young Adults Learning Evil Podcast
Contact Person: Nadir Salaam
Email: Send Email
Phone: 203-815-3919
Address:57, Willis Street
City: New Haven
State: Connecticut
Country: United States

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