Mar 31, 2021

PODCAST - Episode 6 - Questions For The Old White Guy

The first in a series of conversations with Josh Blumenthal - my resident old white man.

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Is this the image you think of when you hear the phrase “old white man”? It’s interesting to see how the old white man is being vilified by so many nowadays. I figured, I go directly to the source and ask one what he thought of current events - specifically the idea of ‘race.’

I’ve known Josh Blumenthal for a few years. We were both involved with National Parents Organization and eventually were co-chairs. We both left before the pandemic hit to focus on other endeavors but stayed connected. We talk on the phone regularly about all kinds of things. I thought I’d try and capture some of our thoughts on a call and share them with my listening audience.

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In the podcast, I reference this debate: Word Salad – Political Correctness.

Enjoy!

Clayton Craddock is an independent thinker, father of two beautiful children in New York City. He is the drummer of the hit broadway musical Ain't Too Proud. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Howard University's School of Business and is a 28 year veteran of the fast-paced New York City music scene. He has played drums in several hit broadway and off-broadway musicals, including "Tick, tick…BOOM!Altar BoyzMemphis The Musical, and Lady Day At Emerson's Bar and Grill. Also, Clayton has worked on: Footloose, Motown, The Color Purple, Rent, Little Shop of Horrors, Spongebob Squarepants, The Musical, Evita, Cats, and Avenue Q.

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