Black Girl Blueprint was founded on the belief that Black girls have long been the ones to set the trends and transform the culture in a way that only we can. To put it simply: our podcast is devoted to showcasing raw, unfiltered, and unapologetic Gen Z Black girl perspectives. Our weekly episodes will center the voices and celebrate the accomplishments of young Black women who have made their own impact on and within the culture. | Follow us on Instagram: @blackgirlblueprint | Lauren: @laurenaritchie @itsecogal | Makeen: @makeenz @blkgirlculture | Email us at email@example.com
EPISODE 5: Take Me To Church: An Interfaith Conversation on Religious Upbringings
For this week's episode, we’ll be joined by Olivia Luther and Rania Ali for the first episode of our two-part religion series! This week, we're getting into how we were raised to understand and believe in God and where we are in our own journeys of...
EPISODE 4: Don't Touch My Hair: A Journey In Learning To Love Our Hair
Did you miss us last week? We missed y’all! This week we’re talking about HAIR; our relationships with it, our journeys in learning to care and love for it, and our hair goals for the future.
EPISODE 3: New Year, New Us? What We Learned In 2020
Welcome to our first episode of 2021! We hope y'all had a great NYE and now we're here to talk about alllllll the things we went through and learned over the past 12 months.In this episode, we discuss everything from music to fashion and the pandemic...
EPISODE 2: ZOOM U: Surviving Finals Week In A Pandemic
*Sings* we’re all in this together!! To everyone else going through finals season in Zoom University, our hearts are with you.This week’s episode is doubling as a support group session for all of us pushing through exams remotely. We’ll be unpacking all...
EPISODE 1: Mirror, Mirror: Toxic Traits and Self-Destructive Tendencies
Welcome to the first episode of season two of your fave podcast for all the Gen Z Black girl tea! Get in losers, we're roasting ourselves!We’re opening this season with some much-needed self-reflection. As a generation, we love using personality tests...
EPISODE 12: A Black Girl Guide To The 2020 Elections: A Conversation About U.S. Politics and Voting This November
Does anyone else feel like it shouldn’t be THIS hard to decipher the facts during this election season?For many of us, this election is the first time that we’ll be able to vote. From Twitter’s Kamala “The Cop” memes, to the playground behavior we’ve...
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Not a Gen Z and I’m hooked.
I’ve listened from episode one. It’s my go to podcast for my Saturday walks. The content is funny, interesting and thought provoking. At times I have to remind myself that these are two young women as I’m blown away by their wisdom. I’m not a Gen Z, and I’ve been hooked from the beginning and have shared this podcast with others. Thank you both for the reflection and representing Black girls/women. Big ups!!
Listening feels like you’re having a conversation with your friends!
An amazing social and culture experience of black girls within every episode. Having conversations for black girls that most people do not want to touch on. I would give 10 stars if i was able too.