“Someone You Need to Know” Showcast

“Someone You Need To Know” is a combination of both video interviews and audio podcast interviews that explores the personal stories and journeys of trendsetters, tastemakers, societal change agents, and industry leaders.

My goal is to introduce and connect you to everyday people doing impactful work across the country whose stories are often overlooked by the masses and often untold. 

Simply put, “Someone You Need To Know” shares the inspiring and impactful stories of everyday people you need to know.  “Someone You Need To Know” is available via my youtube channel and all major podcast platforms. Please be sure to subscribe and stay connected.

The Return of FX’S SnowFall: Season 5! Get Ready!

In this week’s episode of “Someone, You Need To Know,” Rashanah sits down with the cast and crew of the suspenseful and riveting FX series “SnowFall which is back for season 5. The two-episode premiere of season 5 airs on February 23, with Damson Idris, the lead character (Franklin Saints), serving as producer. Season 5…

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Meet Harry Porterfield, Emmy Award-wining Journalist behind hit TV series “Someone You Should Know”

In this recent episode of “Someone You Need To Know”, Rashanah chatted with Emmy Award-winning veteran journalist Harry Porterfield. Porterfield is a well-respected journalist, attorney, violinist, and retired WBBM-TV anchor who has worked in broadcast since 1955. Porterfield shares how the award-winning TV series “Someone You Should Know” came into fruition. Porterfield shares how the…

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Exploring Social Activism, Economic Empowerment, & Political Engagement With Dr. Barbara Ransby

In this week’s episode of “Someone You Need To Know”, Rashanah discusses the Black agenda for the Biden/Harris Administration, economic empowerment, political engagement, and social activism with Dr. Barbara Ransby, Historian, UIC Professor, Activist, and Author. For years Dr. Ransby has been doing notable work not just nationally but internationally around social justice. “She was…

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