Sports have the power to change the world. Sacrifice, teamwork, perseverance, hard work, and passion transcend sports to help inspire and enhance lives. "Fearless or Insane with Chris Webber" is a weekly discussion of sports and athletes, their impact on culture, politics, society, and life issues that affect us all.
Son of a King
In celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we speak with Dr. King's eldest son... Show More
In celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we speak with Dr. King's eldest son and namesake, Martin Luther King III, global human rights activist and humanitarian who continues his efforts to realize his father's dream. Martin III recalls intimate moments spent with his mother and father prior to his father's assassination in 1968. He also shares his family's long history of activism and leaves us with reflections of peace, unity, and the beloved community his father envisioned. Show Less
Activist Athlete Etan Thomas
Chris and his guest, former NBA first round draft pick and current writer, author and activist... Show More
Chris and his guest, former NBA first round draft pick and current writer, author and activist, Etan Thomas, discuss the role of the politically aware athlete. Chris talks to Etan about defying the stereotype of the apolitical athlete and his literary career as well as his passion for mentoring and civic engagement. Show Less
Chris interviews author David Zirin about his numerous books, including "Bad Sports: How Owners... Show More
Chris interviews author David Zirin about his numerous books, including "Bad Sports: How Owners Are Ruining The Game We Love." They also rap about the state of the politically aware athlete, today's sports culture and the relationship between sports organizations and the fans that support them. Show Less
Interview with Peter Gilbert
Chris and his friend, documentarian, director and cinematographer, Peter Gilbert, discuss the... Show More
Chris and his friend, documentarian, director and cinematographer, Peter Gilbert, discuss the 25th anniversary of the iconic film "Hoop Dreams." Peter also talks about his passion for storytelling and the most heartbreaking and inspiring accounts he has witnessed while documenting sports. Show Less
Conversation with Coach
Chris takes a trip down memory lane with friend, mentor, and AAU coach, Curtis 'Harve' Hervey.... Show More
Chris takes a trip down memory lane with friend, mentor, and AAU coach, Curtis 'Harve' Hervey. Chris and his AAU coach discuss what it takes to be a mentor, what parents should look for when searching for a coach, and their favorite memories of the SuperFriends AAU team. Show Less
The John Carlos Story: The Sports Moment That...
Chris speaks with the infamous man behind one of the most controversial and iconic Olympic... Show More
Chris speaks with the infamous man behind one of the most controversial and iconic Olympic images in history, Dr. John Carlos. Chris and Dr. Carlos engage in a profound discussion about his early vision as a child that foreshadowed his monumental gesture highlighting human suffering. They passionately rehash Dr. Carlos' first protest as a resident of the Harlem projects, and his relationship with Dr. Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. Dr. Carlos leaves us with his impressions of Colin Kaepernick and the role of the athlete in the 21st century. Show Less
The Real All-Americans
Sally Jenkins, sports columnist and feature writer for the Washington Post, talks about her... Show More
Sally Jenkins, sports columnist and feature writer for the Washington Post, talks about her book The Real All Americans. This story is about the origins of football and the controversial events at the Carlisle Indian School. Chris and Emmy award winning documentarian Perter Gilbert discuss the 1912 Native American football team led by Jim Thorpe and coach "Pop" Warner and how they defeated the U.S. Military Academy on the fields of West Point. This story shines a light on the monumental contributions and sacrifices Native Americans brought to the game. Jenkins also addresses the present state of football, derogatory mascots, and the effect of concussions on football culture. Show Less
Death Row Chaplain
An in depth conversation with Rev. Earl Smith, Chaplain of the Golden State Warriors, San... Show More
An in depth conversation with Rev. Earl Smith, Chaplain of the Golden State Warriors, San Francisco 49'ers, and former Chaplain of the San Francisco Giants for over 10 years. In his new book, Death Row Chaplain, he recounts unbelievable stories of faith, forgiveness, and how sport can create hope where there was once only despair. Show Less
Fearless of Insane with Chris Webber Promo
Fearless or Insane with Chris Webber debuts Tuesday, November 29, 2016. Show More
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