Boomer and The Millennial

Boomer and The Millennial

A Boomer Dad and His Millennial Son discuss current events from generational differences while reaching common grounds of understanding. The discussion is candid and informative with a unique generational perspective. It’s deep…eye-opening and fun. This is definitely a podcast for every millennial with a boomer parent and every boomer parent with millennial children.

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Boomer and The Millennial The Anniversary Episode 12

May 10, 2021

Happy Anniversary. It’s official Boomer and Millennial celebrates one year. Join Reggie and Armondi…

Boomer and the Millennial February Special

Feb. 26, 2021

Reggie & Armondi celebrate Black History Month and Armondi’s Valentines Day blues in this February …

Society & Culture

The Space Shuttle Challenger Remembered Episode 10

Jan. 29, 2021

Reggie and Armondi remember the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster that happened 35 years ago on Jan…

New Years Voting Special

Jan. 4, 2021

Whether you have already voted in the Georgia Senate runoff or making a plan to vote in person or j…

Guest: Emery Wright

Boomer and the Millennial The Christmas Special Episode 8

Dec. 24, 2020

On this special Christmas edition of Boomer and the Millennial, Reggie and Armondi talk about being…

Society & Culture

Episode 7 The COVID Special

Nov. 26, 2020

Reggie and Armondi’s primary care doctor talks about COVID 19 and his millennial daughter gives her…

About the Hosts

Reggie Hicks

The Boomer

Reggie is the Executive Producer of the documentary film, “If You Are My Brothers,” chronicling the journey of one of Reggie’s fraternity brothers who was diagnosed with an advanced stage of the disease. The documentary hits close to home when three years into filming, Reggie was also diagnosed with the disease and became part of the documentary. The goal of the documentary is to increase the awareness of prostate cancer, particularly among African American men. Reggie was the creator and served as Executive Producer for the “first-ever” national public radio call-in program addressing issues relevant to the African American community. The 2-hour weekly call-in program titled, “PowerPoint,” aired for seven years in 50 markets and on Sirius Satellite Radio (now SiriusXM).

Armondi Stokes-Hicks

The Millennial

Armondi works as a writer, director, and executive producer for Bork House Productions, LLC. (ww.borkhouse.com) He is based out of Atlanta, GA and has worked on various national television and film productions such as Netflix original series, Ozark; Star on Fox Television, Boomerang on BET; Star Girl on CW; Drumline: A New Beat; etc. As a principle of Bork House Productions, his work has been presented on Georgia Public Television and for Puma and LA Gear. Armondi holds a Bachelor of Science in Film Production from Southern Adventist University.