In this week’s podcast we discuss if there is a discrepancy between how much compassion the greater Black community offers its Black women versus its Black men, when they – very publicly – face mental health challenges. We also talk about Black Magazine’s disregard for integrity in showcasing Black women. In our second segment we review our first year of podcasting as well as where we’d like to go from here. And we end with the things we’re excited about and looking forward to.
In this week’s podcast we talk about the fun that Black excellence has offered us with the #unameitchallenge. In our second segment we discuss post-election blues and empowerment. And we end with the things that we are looking forward to.
In this week’s episode we discuss the honorees on the OUT 100 in 2016 list. We begin a new segment called “white people who tried it”, in which we discuss BBC Newsbeat asking about the stereotype of Black British eating chicken, Rachel Dolezal’s book on pre-order, and Rob Kardashian threatening Pilot Jones with racist and homophobic taunts. In our second segment we discuss Lil’ Wayne’s dismissive and uninformed answers about the importance of the #BlackLivesMatter movement as well as the founders of that movement being honored as three of Glamour’s women of the year. In our final segment we discuss the things we’re excited about.
In this week’s podcast we discuss Trick Daddy’s PSA to Black women as well as the many responses he received, and we talk about who really should be held accountable for Amy Schumer’s parody of ‘Formation’. In our second segment we discuss what it means to vote in the 2016 US elections as a Black queer woman, and if voting demonstrates being complicit within an already bad system or if it gives the disenfranchised a voice. We end with the things we’re looking forward to.
In this week’s episode we discuss Azealia Banks’ newest beef with Russell Crowe which has led to even more problems with RZA, the nominees for the Rock Hall of Fame Class of 2017 as well as Ciara’s announcement that she’s been named a global brand ambassador for Revlon. In the second segment we talk about the love letters written to honor the First Lady, Michelle Obama. And we end with the things we’re looking forward to.
In this week’s podcast we blast Beanie Sigel for his homophobic ignorance, and we talk the criticism of Issa Rae’s highly acclaimed new HBO series, Insecure. In our second segment we take a look at the silencing and invisibility of Black women in film, using the example’s of Michel’le’s biopic, the Netflix documentary 13th, directed by Ava DuVernay, as well as Birth of a Nation. In our final segment we talk about the things we’re excited about and looking forward to.
In this week’s podcast we talk about Jordan Peele’s new horror film, Get Out, set to be released in February of 2017, and we get into an unspoiled review of Netflix’s newest original series, Luke Cage. In our second segment we discuss Black women and whether they can really have a seat at the table, whether in Hollywood or at the White House. We end with the things that we are looking forward to.
In the first segment of this week’s episode we give you the 411 on the problematic interview that Mary J. Blige held with presidential candidate Hillary Clinton; we let Fantasia hear it for her misguided concert flyer and refusal to listen to her fans and others; we talk how Taraji P. Henson, Jussie Smollett and Vivica Fox got 50 Cent right together over his comments about Empire; and we discuss some other shorts from the hip hop scene this week. In our second segment we discuss the dedication and opening of the first National Black History Museum in the US and the general significance of archiving our histories. We end with the things that we’re excited about.
In this week’s episode we briefly talk the divorce heard round the world before getting into our Emmy’s roundup. In our second segment, we discuss the police shootings that took the lives of Terence Crutcher, Keith Scott and Anthony Lamar Smith. Due to time we weren’t able to discuss Tyre King and Terrell Thomas. We also mention the current policy findings of Campaign Zero. In our last segment we end with the things we’re excited about and looking forward to. Tune in!
In this week’s podcast we talk about Bey, who celebrated 35 with a Soul Train-themed birthday party; we talk Kanye’s multiracial casting call; we offer you an update on Kaepernick and how he motivated Rapinoe and others to protest; and we discuss the beginning of great TV with ‘Queen Sugar’ and ‘Atlanta’, which both premiered this week. In our second segment we discuss Lena Dunham’s past and present as a white entitled faux feminist, who continues to hypersexualize black men. And we end with the things that we are looking forward to.