“Ask A Black Man” Cast – Meet Panama Jackson

March 21, 2012  |  

Hi ladies! We’ve been cooking up something very exciting over here at Madame Noire HQ and now we’re ready to start showing you a little peek of what we have in store!

Starting next Wednesday, March 28, we will be airing our very first talk show, Ask A Black Man. We’ve invited 18 men to appear on our show to give you the low down and share their intimate secrets about love, sex, marriage and relationships. Our talk show features blue collar men, married men, single men, corporate men, young men, older men–all kinds of men–who promised to be open and give us their honest answers to our questions and more. Our host–the lovely Kela Walker from She’s The Boss–will be holding it down for #TeamOvaries and fielding questions to our panel of men.

Before we drop the trailer (coming soon, we promise!) and the first episode, we’d like to introduce you to our panel. We’ll be posting a new guy every weekday, so remember to log on to find out who you can expect to see in upcoming episodes.

Today’s featured guest is none other than Panama Jackson, the other very smart brotha from VerySmartBrothas.com.

Meet Panama Jackson

Age: 32
Relationship Status: Single
Orientation: Straight
Occupation: Writer, Cool Kid Extraordinaire, Crime Fighter
Twitter handle: @panamajackson/@verysmartbros
Where else can we find you online?:  http://www.verysmartbrothas.com / www.guyspeak.com / Wherever Black people congregate online
In 3 words, how would your friends describe you?: Funny, witty, ignant
What are the main characteristics/qualities that you look for in a woman?: Does she smile, is she happy, and is she down to earth.
What are your favorite hobbies?: Making music and doing hoodrat things with my friends
What are your top 3 favorite books to read?: Their Eyes Were Watching God, Of Mice and Men, Anthem
Who is your favorite artist?: Donny Hathaway (the man could do no wrong…’til he tried to fly)
Favorite movie of all time: Coming To America

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  • w.e.b.dubois&e.f.frazier

    Damon Young is definitely the “very smart” of the two brothas. Mr. Young’s self-confidence is sincere and humble. Mr. Jackson also is bright, he just tries too hard to be enigmatic and “witty.” Those who are truly witty rarely feel the need to show it off or admit it. I do, however, appreciate Mr. Jackson’s dedication to his child. It reflects maturity and responsibility; both which ought to be commended!

    FYI: This panel and its viewers would greatly benefit by having brothers from different religious, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. At times I felt as if I was watching a Tyler Perry film. Zoinks.

  • Branesha Gorum

    definitely a fan of  Panama. He does something for me. would be nice to meet him 😉

  • Panama does it for me everytime ill tell yah!

  • DaphNOBK

    Oh my goodness, Panama is my absolute favorite! 

  • JC

    He may be my favorite: He is mature, good sense of humor, and you can tell he is very intelligent

  • Rosie OH

    I’m too young for him, but he is def everything I love! I love his wittiness and I really love his posts on verysmartbrothas.com. 

  • Guest

    my second favorite from episode 1, he doesnt seem to judge women superficially, had no idea this was the dude from very smart brothas..

  • Lemon Drop

    Panama is really awesome. His site is one I check daily. He is a great  writer and very witty.  

  • I love the fact that he realized that he needed to grow to be an example for his daughter.  I like his answers they seem to be well thought out and sincere. I like his confidence as well.

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  • Jaine Blaize

    Mannnnn, I have been reading Pamana’s blogs or years and lemme tell you, dude is the FUNNIEST! He isn’t “obvious” funny….well, sometimes he is…but he’s usually funny in a “Hmmm….he said that a half hour ago and I’m just gettin’ it” kinda funny!  If he doesn’t come across like that during the interview then believe me, he decided to reel himself back in – which would be a shock because he’d be real before he reeled…..seriously. I can’t wait for this interview.

  • R Wilson

    i really like this.Black people stay strong and come together for once for the black kids

    • Nitty

      Thank you
      Now if only the blk women @ my job will be this supportive.lol

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