Sep 30, 2020
With conversations about race being at the front of our minds, and being aware of the incredibly difficult and dangerous reality of being a Black transgender individual, we wanted to bring you a conversation with two people who live this reality.
Jaime Jara is an old friend who is very public about the work she and her...
Sep 23, 2020
Pop quiz: you’re reading an article, and someone refers to “a stereotypical mother.” What image comes to mind? We are betting that the answer is NOT a Black, single, adoptive mother of two young children - which is why we are grateful to bring you a conversation WITH someone who is exactly that.
We are both...
Sep 16, 2020
Have you ever followed someone on Instagram just because of how their feed looks?
And when you look at social media, and how people portray themselves, do you judge? Even quietly, to yourself?
My dad always said not to get a facial piercing because people would judge; now imagine people of color who are judged by the...
Sep 9, 2020
We are tired. You are tired. We see it in the stats, we hear it in your stories.
This wasn’t necessarily the episode we planned to air this week, but it’s one we hope you listen to - especially when you tell yourself that things feel too hard.
Sep 2, 2020
Today we’re chatting with Mia Birdsong, a woman whose TED talk has been viewed over 2 million times, and who can best be described as a bright light. She’s also one of those people who shows you how to believe in true change, and what role you can play in doing that within your own spheres.
Listen in to hear us talk...