In this episode we discuss the brilliance of Samirah Raheem’s clapback against Rev. Jesse Peterson as well as Angela Rye’s willingness to defend Charlamagne Tha God more than he defends his own damn self. In our second segment we talk the inability of the mainstream to give Black women their credit using examples of Pat McGrath Labs, now valued at over US $1 billion, as well as Buki Ade’s fashion line BFYNE. We end with the things that we’re looking forward to. Listen in!
In this week’s episode we talk about the newest challenge circulating the interwebs, #InMyFeelings, and more generally what Black folks love about them. We also get into the cognitive dissonance that is social media vitriol against Black women living their best lives. In our second segment we discuss the TERFs who hijacked Pride in London, and we hear from some folks at UK Black Pride why it is an important event for the diaspora. We end with the things we’re looking forward to. Listen in!
This week we give you a gay wrap up discussing Lakeith Stanfield’s so-called offensive, speak homophobic, ‘freestyle’, 50 cent getting shredded for his Instagram post on Terry Crews as well as Damon Dash demanding his money after loaning Lee Daniels $2mill for an indy film. In our second segment CC is in conversation with some of the Kenyan artists behind the queer exhibition, To Revolutionary Type Love. And we end with the things we’re looking forward to. Listen in!
In this week’s episode we discuss Michael B Jordan’s statement about only wanting roles written for white males, Ellen DeGeneres’ photo op while in Kenya and Rwanda as well as the release of Alice Johnson. In our second segment we give you a taste of the many interviews to be released in their full length over the course of Pride Month. And we end with the things we’re looking forward to. Listen in!
In this week’s episode we discuss the limitations of the #metoo movement and its repercussions as well as the red table talk that led to Jada Pinkett Smith and Gabrielle Union squashing their beef. In the second segment we talk Starbucks and the possibilities of anti-bias trainings in large corporations. We end, as always, with the things we’re looking forward to. Listen in!
In this week’s episode we discuss apologies to and within the queer community, namely made by Kehlani and Joy Ann Reid, as well as Women of Color Times Up Now joining the protest #Mute RKELLY. In our second segment we discuss if it’s okay to process the consequences of Kanye West’s words with humor and to what extent West is helping destigmatize mental illness. As always, we end with the things we’re excited about and looking forward to. Have a listen!
In this week’s episode we discuss the cultural relevance of Kanye’s newest Twitter digression, Kelis’ domestic violence allegations against Nas as well as Janelle Monae’s cover story in Rolling Stone. In the second segment CC discusses Radical Dharma with Lama Rod Owens. And always we end with the things we’re looking forward to. Listen in!
In this week’s episode we kick off with the women making waves in music including Cardi B, Nicki Minaj and Janelle Monae. In our second segment we discuss the overt racism in the fashion industry that appears resistant to learning from other brands’ bad decisions. And as always we end with the things we’re looking forward. Listen in!
In this week’s episode we discuss some of the most talked about Oscar nominees as well as the new documentary set for Netflix release in April, The Rachel Divide. In our second segment we discuss International Women’s Day and the recent trend in the queer community to erase the word woman. And we end with the things we’re excited about. Tune in!
In this week’s episode, recorded on FB Live, we talk how the Black community hasn’t had Mo’Nique’s back even after admitting that Netflix offered her a bad deal as well as Taye Diggs’ claim that Black women have made him racist. In the second segment we discuss what it means 50 years on after the initial Kerner Report that the Black circumstance has only minimally improved. And we end with the things we’re excited about. Listen in!