27 episodes

The Ask a Black Chick Podcast catches up on the latest current events and entertainment news and answers the questions submitted by listeners and readers about race, love, relationships and how it pertains to black women.

Ask a Black Chick Podcas‪t‬ Ask a Black Chick Podcast by Latifah Miles

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

The Ask a Black Chick Podcast catches up on the latest current events and entertainment news and answers the questions submitted by listeners and readers about race, love, relationships and how it pertains to black women.

    Ask A Black Chick Podcast Ep 27: Can I Compliment The Color Of A Black Woman's Dark Skin?

    Ask A Black Chick Podcast Ep 27: Can I Compliment The Color Of A Black Woman's Dark Skin?

    This week I answer if it's ok to compliment a black woman on her dark skin color.

    Mentioned on this episode:
    Questions: info@askablackchick.com or askablackchick.com
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    IG: askablackchck and thriftedrich

    • 28 min
    Ask A Black Chick Podcast Ep 26: Shaniqua vs Shannon; Why Do Black People Have Unique Names

    Ask A Black Chick Podcast Ep 26: Shaniqua vs Shannon; Why Do Black People Have Unique Names

    This week, I answer R's question of why do black people have such unique names (ahem.. Latifah).

    Links:
    Thriftedrich.com
    Askablackchick.com

    • 32 min
    Ask A Black Chick Podcast Ep. 25: How Does Racism Look For Black People In 2019

    Ask A Black Chick Podcast Ep. 25: How Does Racism Look For Black People In 2019

    This week we answer the question: Do black people feel the pressure of racism in their everyday life?

    Links mentioned:
    @thriftedrich on Instagram + FB
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    • 29 min
    Ask A Black Chick Podcast Ep. 24: How Do I Promote Hair Positivity For My Black Niece?

    Ask A Black Chick Podcast Ep. 24: How Do I Promote Hair Positivity For My Black Niece?

    This week's question is a GOOD one! Anonymous wants to know how to encourage her black niece to love her hair instead of obsessing over her aunt's white hair.

    Links mentioned:
    Thrifted Rich: @thriftedrich on IG and FB, thriftedrich.com, hello@thriftedrich.com

    Submit questions: https://youngfabulousandnatural.com/ask-a-black-chick/

    Music featured: Danielle Martin, Wanderlust (album), The Wanted (song): https://soundcloud.com/danielle-martin/sets/wanderlust

    • 38 min
    Ask A Black Chick Podcast Ep. 23: Is It Ok To Use Racial Slurs In An Academic Setting?

    Ask A Black Chick Podcast Ep. 23: Is It Ok To Use Racial Slurs In An Academic Setting?

    We are back! This week I tell you about where I've been (love life. work. family. alladat!) and answer the question of is it ok to use racial slurs in an academic setting?

    A few links to what I mentioned on the episode:

    IG: @askablkchk
    Email: info@askablackchick.com
    IG for thrifting shop online: @thriftedrich (thriftedrich.com)
    Email: hello@thriftedrich.com

    Thrifted Rich is an online thrift store of hand selected items chosen specifically to elevate your style without draining your pockets.

    • 40 min
    Ask A Black Chick Podcast Ep. 22: Are My 3 Cornrows Cultural Appropriation?

    Ask A Black Chick Podcast Ep. 22: Are My 3 Cornrows Cultural Appropriation?

    On this episode, I share how someone confused Aretha Franklin's passing with Diana Ross actually being the one that passed. I answer the question from anonymous: is it cultural appropriation of she wears 3 straight back cornrow braids? hmmm... This week's outro music is by @rononeal with the song titled Kilo. You can find him on Soundcloud and Youtube. Rate, Review, Share!

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

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6 Ratings

Neil Wilson Jr. ,

Loving and learning from the show

Coming from the town that we do, I hope a lot of people that we grew up with us have time to listen to your podcast so they can learn a thing or two. I’m sure you’ve had a friend who has said something that maybe they didn’t know was racist or worse yet when they say the n word and think it’s okay cause we’re their “black friend”. Your show gives them a chance to listen and learn and hopefully correct their behavior in regards to not only people of color, but to all people. But these statements aren’t meant to make me sound like I know everything or have all of the answers. I like hearing how a black woman feels and thinks so I can correct any foul behavior I may be displaying. Keep up the great content and I’ll be listening every week.

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