A melanated self development and empowerment platform that encourages our listeners to look at life through a different lens (other perspectives).
How Do You Start Your Career in Freelancing? Black Artist Shares Her Story
Lauren better known as Lo Harris is a black artist, illustrator, and animator based in Brooklyn, NY. Lo Harris stopped by Colored Lens to share how she established a freelance career in art. She has always treated her art as a hobby until one day she...
How Do You Transform Your Passion Into A Career? Makeup Career In The Entertainment Industry
Patricia Ambroise from New York stopped by to talk about her experience as a key makeup and grooming artist in the media and entertainment industry. She's been in the industry for over 10 years and have worked on feature films, television, music...
What Does Success Look Like In The Caribbean? Millennials In Grenada
Our Guest Crystal Nedd (@neddyandfriends_gd) stops by to have a conversation on some 'struggles' millennials face in Grenada when looking to improve themselves. What does success look like for you? How can you succeed in this thing called adulting?This...
How Do You Define Success? Black Millennials In Corporate Media
Onika Richards (who works in Digital Media) stopped by to chat with Aria about life after graduation. We both share our experience working in the media and entertainment industry while having the follow up conversation about defining success.Onika...
The unfortunate recent events remind us that for many years our black community has faced years of racism, oppression, and injustice. It never went away, we just got more cameras to capture these stories. We stand against racism and violence. Enough is...
How Do You Define Success? Part 1
Many of us have been taught to look at success based on our career path or material wealth such as cars, home, and money. In this episode, Aria shares her insights on this outlook of life. How do you define success? Does an education determine success?...
Self Care Routine
I absolutely love this show. It’s part of my weekly self care routine. Aria and her guest weave together an array of topics while giving voice through a colored (diverse) lens. I often feel like I’m in the studio with her because I find myself talking back as if she can hear me. Keep up the work girl!!!
Finally a show that encourages new ideas, perspectives and insight on everyday situations specifically for us colored folk. Keep talking; we’re listening!
I love your accent girl don’t let people annoy you. Big up all the Caribbean people around the world.