There is always a person greater or lesser than yourself. Grant shares this and other African-American proverbs. This is part of a complete episode.
Among some African-Americans, the term palmer-housing means, “walking with an unusual gait.” A screenwriter connects some dots in his own family’s history when he asks about the origin. This is part of a complete episode.
What’s seditty? Many African-Americans use this term, also spelled saddidy, to mean “stuck-up.” A caller’s heard it all his life, and is curious about the word. This is part of a complete episode.