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Multimedia personality, Georgette Pierre, and her guests, come together to dispel the idea that all black people are monolithic, bringing their varying perspectives to pop culture, relationships, and experiences they go through that they can't always name. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blacknuancedpod/support

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Multimedia personality, Georgette Pierre, and her guests, come together to dispel the idea that all black people are monolithic, bringing their varying perspectives to pop culture, relationships, and experiences they go through that they can't always name. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blacknuancedpod/support

    Ep 53- Love is the New Black

    Ep 53- Love is the New Black

    Fresh off my hiatus, the idea of being an alpha womxn or even presenting as an alpha didn't really take in my mind. I always assumed that i was born this way and attributed it to having big Leo energy and God. As I continued to evolve, I would be told directly or indirectly that I'm intimidating and that I needed to be easy in my personal and professional spaces. My 5’2 energy is intimidating? TUH! My first episode back after an unintentional busy month, thank God, was to have real ass conversations around how black womxn have been taught to show up and how we now have to show up.  I reached out to some dope ass womxn in my life that are alpha presenting in their careers especially and we got into all of the things plus #BlackIsKing, and black love. We took ourselves to church. Amen. 

    SHOW NOTES

    You can follow Kimberly Selden on Instagram and on Twitter.

    You can follow Phoebe Lee on Instagram and her company.

    You can follow me on Twitter and Instagram.

    You can follow the podcast on Twitter and Instagram.

    Subscribe/follow me on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, iHeartradio, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, Stitcher, and Spotify at Black + Nuanced Podcast. Email me at blacknuancedpod@gmail.com for your questions, comments, feedback.

    Become a patron for exclusive and early access to various content for $5/month at http://www.patreon.com/georgettepierre. Thank you for your listenership and support.


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    • 52 min
    Ep 52- Talk to Me Nice (Insecure season 4 finale spoilers)

    Ep 52- Talk to Me Nice (Insecure season 4 finale spoilers)

    HBO's Insecure season 4 finale left us feeling some kind of way. I wanted to check in with my former guest co-hosts that helped me deliberate on various themes mid-season. The finale just hit differently though. We explored the highs and lows of what happened with Lawrence and Issa [hint: it involved Canola Oil aka Condola], Andrew being sick and tired of Molly's shit, and how they addressed various issues we deal with in the black community including mental health and postpartum. The finale answered some things but left other things in limbo.  Will Issa want to work things out with Lawrence? Will Lawrence still take the job in San Fran? Is Nathan going to shoot his shot or keep it friendly and will Latoya come up missing dead or alive? All the questions.

    The finale also inspired conversation around things we need to normalize and not normalize while I romanticized about black love. Whew a bevy of emotions but grateful to my guests and you all for tuning in. 

    SHOW NOTES

    Looking for Latoya becomes a podcast https://www.etonline.com/insecures-show-within-a-show-looking-for-latoya-becomes-a-podcast-hear-the-first-5-minutes

    Chappelle's 8:46 Netflix special https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tR6mKcBbT4

    A Twitter thread we discussed about "normalizing telling men they’re bad at sex" https://twitter.com/tesuailak/status/1269442013289684996?s=20 and my response https://twitter.com/georgette/status/1269698185980764162?s=20

    SOCIALS

    You can follow Stephanie on Twitter and Instagram. For strategic marketing and communication services, she can be reached at info@fenipr.com.

    You can follow Chris on Twitter and Instagram.

    You can follow me on Twitter and Instagram.

    You can follow the podcast on Twitter and Instagram.

    Subscribe/follow me on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, iHeartradio, Google Play, TuneIn, Stitcher, and Spotify at Black + Nuanced Podcast. Email me at blacknuancedpod@gmail.com for your questions, comments, feedback.

    Become a patron for exclusive and early access to various content for $5/month at http://www.patreon.com/georgettepierre. Thank you for your listenership and support.


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    • 1 hr 12 min
    Ep 51 #RonaEdition- Let's Talk OnlyFans + Polyamory

    Ep 51 #RonaEdition- Let's Talk OnlyFans + Polyamory

    This week is a special release and celebration of my podcast releasing 50 episodes. I wanted to lighten but spice things up while trying to understand the allure of OnlyFans before it became associated with Demon Time (#IYKYK) and adult entertainment. 

    OnlyFans is a subscription based website for creators to privately share their content for a fee. Patreon does the same thing. I'm on Patreon but my guest Wize Grazette, founder of the Indie Creative Network, took his content to OnlyFans, "tik tok when I dance." He and I had an interesting conversation dissecting the difference between the two since he's used both, whether the stigma of OnlyFans hurts or helps his business, him being in a three year polyamorous relationship (felt like this became Insecure's show within a show), and the difference in having boundaries versus rules in relationships.

    I also have new video content on the way that will drop on Patreon first so subscribe at the link below. 

    SHOW NOTES

    You can find Wize Grazette on Twitter and Instagram. 

    You can follow his Indie Creative Network (ICN) here. My podcast is also apart of his network. 

    You can follow me on Twitter and Instagram. You can follow the show on Twitter and Instagram.

    Subscribe/follow me on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, iHeartradio, Google Podcasts, and Spotify at Black + Nuanced Podcast. Email me at blacknuancedpod@gmail.com for your questions, comments, feedback.

    Become a patron for exclusive and early access to various content for $5/month on my official Patreon page. Thank you for your listenership and support.

    BLM resources

    BLM and ways to effect change https://www.obama.org/anguish-and-action/

    Master Thread of Where to Donate

    Donate to Black Lives Matter

    Donate to Campaign Zero

    Black Owned Businesses to Support (still do your research before spending)

    Petitions We Can Sign (still do your research before signing)

    Thread of Meaningful Legislation addressing Police Violence

    Your Phone Is a Goldmine of Hidden Data for Cops. Here's How to Fight Back https://gizmodo.com/your-phone-is-a-goldmine-of-hidden-data-for-cops-heres-1843817740

    How to Protect Phone Privacy and Security During a Protest https://www.consumerreports.org/privacy/protect-phone-privacy-security-during-a-protest/



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    • 53 min
    Ep 50 #RonaEdition- Black Chefs That Like to "Sprinkle Garnish On That Sh*t"

    Ep 50 #RonaEdition- Black Chefs That Like to "Sprinkle Garnish On That Sh*t"

    My 50th episode has arrived in a moment of chaos but not in vain as I spotlight two black owned businesses. I took it to the pantry #becauseofrona and highlighted two black chefs that are giving back to their communities in ways that are needed.

    Kenneth of Esquire Meals and Chef Wimbo delve into the journey that led them to this very moment. We also discuss the judgments, negative perceptions [if any], and micro-aggressions that permeated their paths.  Here's to another 50+ more episodes. Thank you all for your support and shoutout to Kenneth for the episode title inspiration from his merchandise straight from his website. Here's a patron first listen to my 50th episode coming out Thursday.

    SHOW NOTES

    You can follow Kenneth of Esquire Meals here and on Instagram and Facebook.

    You can follow Chef Wimbo here and on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

    You can follow me on Twitter and Instagram. 

    You can follow the show on Twitter and Instagram.  

    Subscribe/follow me on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, iHeartradio, Google Podcasts, and Spotify at Black + Nuanced Podcast. Email me at blacknuancedpod@gmail.com for your questions, comments, feedback.  

    I'm officially on Patreon. Become a patron for exclusive and early access to various content for $5/month. Thank you for your  listenership and support.

    BLM resources

    BLM and ways to effect change https://www.obama.org/anguish-and-action/ 

    Master Thread of Where to Donate

    Donate to Black Lives Matter

    Donate to Campaign Zero 

    Black Owned Businesses to Support (still do your research before spending)


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    • 56 min
    Ep 49 #RonaEdition- #blackAF critiques...are still because of slavery

    Ep 49 #RonaEdition- #blackAF critiques...are still because of slavery

    My fellow Leo, Kenya Barris, has been making waves before his latest Netflix deal with network shows, black-ish, grown-ish (facking love), mixed-ish, Girls Trip, Top Model (had no idea), and the upcoming Coming to America 2 just to name a few. Even if you're not a fan of his former or current work, his shows are still household hits. MAMA WE MADE IT!

    Fast forward to his Netflix show, #blackAF, a mockumentary styled series, starring himself and loosely based on his family. Hate or love it, there's been a lot of conversations and I decided to chat about some of the recurring themes that have been criticized.

    I called on previous guest co-hosts and friends, Darnell Walker, a TV writer and filmmaker, and TJ Smith, an educator, activist, and a thought partner around diversity, equity, and inclusion, to help me deliberate on the critiques of anti-blackness and colorism, the idea of Rashida Jones not being black enough/quantifying blackness, and black creators having to hold the weight of being the authoritative voice all hues of black people.  In short, everything was/still is because of slavery. Personally, I couldn't get enough of the show but I want to hear from you so press play and email me below.

    SHOW NOTES

    BIST, the Black version of the EGOT https://thegrapevine.theroot.com/bist-or-the-black-egot-celebrating-the-elite-whove-wo-1841754179

    Protecting black art means you have to protect black critique https://thegrapevine.theroot.com/if-you-want-to-protect-black-art-protect-black-critiqu-1840134480

    You can follow Darnell and his work through his linktree https://linktr.ee/darnellwalker.

    You can follow me on Twitter and Instagram. You can follow the show on Twitter and Instagram.

    Subscribe/follow me on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, iHeartradio, Google Play, and Spotify at Black + Nuanced Podcast. Email me at blacknuancedpod@gmail.com for your questions, comments, feedback.

    Become a patron for exclusive and early access to various content for $5/month on my official Patreon page. Thank you for your listenership and support.


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    • 1 hr 21 min
    Ep 48 #RonaEdition- Rona Reflections

    Ep 48 #RonaEdition- Rona Reflections

    Life as a freelancer at a media company has been a wild ride. The last thing we expected was to be out of work for two months [two of us sheltering outside of Nueva York]. Needless to say we've been dealing with this the best way we know. 

    My ladies and former colleagues from the TV production world decided to join me as we remixed our monthly dinner dates in New York before rona to a podcast episode. We waxed poetic about the things we working on before rona, adjusting to being quarantined, coming out of rona, the pressure to be productive during these difficult times especially as a freelancer, and what this new chapter looks for us. It's not enough to say we need to keep each other encouraged. We must also act on it. 

    SHOW NOTES

    You can follow Tionni on Twitter and Instagram. 

    You can follow Bianca on Instagram.

    You can follow me on Twitter and Instagram.

    You can follow the show on Twitter and Instagram.

    Subscribe/follow me on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, iHeartradio, Google Podcasts, and Spotify at Black + Nuanced Podcast. Email me at blacknuancedpod@gmail.com for your questions, comments, feedback.

    Become a patron for exclusive and early access to various content for $5/month on my official Patreon page. Thank you for your listenership and support.


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