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Dear Black Womxn... is a podcast An empowering movement for black Womxn only, to encourage, educate and evolve our Black Womxn, from the UK to all over the world. Positive reinforcements, affirmations and self- empowerment.


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Dear Black Womxn... is a podcast An empowering movement for black Womxn only, to encourage, educate and evolve our Black Womxn, from the UK to all over the world. Positive reinforcements, affirmations and self- empowerment.


www.dearblackwomxn.org
Email: info@dearblackwomxn.org

Social Media
Twitter: @dearblackwomxn
Insta : @dearblackwomxm

    Studying While Black - Sainabou Hydara

    Studying While Black - Sainabou Hydara

    What's your experience studying at college or university while Black? In this episode I speak to Sainabou Hydara, a young black womxn studying at Cambridge University. @callmesaina

    • 14 min
    Fallible Fathers (Lay your Cape Down)

    Fallible Fathers (Lay your Cape Down)

    (A personal reflection) In the mist of looking after my dying grandfather and father, I began to acknowledge the unrealist expectations that I held my fathers upto and what damaging effects that it had on me and my relationship with men. In the process of coming to terms with this ending, I to, let go of ideologies of what 'man' is suppose to be.

    • 18 min
    Playing with Broken Keys - ‘Becoming’ Conversation with Michelle Obama

    Playing with Broken Keys - ‘Becoming’ Conversation with Michelle Obama

    We enter into conversation with Michelle Obama on her ‘Becoming’ Book Tour in Paris. On my trip to Paris, I became aware of the devastation of the Cathedral of Norte Dame on the way to the building itself. At this time, I became of aware of myself. My thoughts. My own vulnerability and does ‘being’ Serena Laidley mean.

    • 3 hr 11 min
    May 2019 Local Elections for England UK: Candidate Kanndiss Riley

    May 2019 Local Elections for England UK: Candidate Kanndiss Riley

    Many people in England are the tired of the POLITRICKS! that has played out  UK's government today. Whether it the long suffering subject of Brexit, or closures of stroke hospitals or no access to local toilets, each person who is eligible to vote will have their chance to elect a candidate to GET THE JOB DONE!

                                   On the 2nd May 2019, 8,804 councillors across United Kingdom are expected to be elected for their local representative. 

                                                                                                                       USE YOUR VOTE!

    In this episode, I speak with Candidate for Thanet, Kent, Kanndiss Riley, who is standing for Women's Equality Party.

    Listen to why you should vote for Kanndiss for Thanet, Kent.

    www.kanndissriley.com

    @candidatekanndiss



    WEP - Women's Equality Party

    The Women's Equality Party is a feminist political party set up in the UK in 2015. The party was founded by Sandi Toksvig and Catherine Mayer, both concluded that there was a need for a party to campaign for gender equality to benefit all.

    www.womensequality.org.uk

    @wep_uk



    Serena Laidley

    Founder of Dear Black Womxn, making black womxn visible in places of the unseen. I seek to empower, inspire and encourage black womxn in society that is conspired to tear us apart. #blackwomxnslivesmatter

    @dearblackwomxn

    www.dearblackwomxn.org

                                                                   Please leave your comments  about this episode at info@dearblackwomxn.org 

    • 16 min
    The Darker side of Paris (From black womxn perspective)

    The Darker side of Paris (From black womxn perspective)

    I travel to Paris on a personal trip to see Michelle Obama's Becoming Book Tour, on the way I wanted to know about black womxn living in Paris. 
    Listen to 4   womxn who have suffered from racial microaggressions, unemployment, and being invisible. From young adults to grown womxn are their stories the same?
    Please comment your thoughts on this episode to info@dearblackwomxn.org

    Follow Dear Black Womxn for events, personal and social interactions, motivation and poetry.

    Yours sincerely 
    A Black Womxn

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    • 19 min
    Motherhood

    Motherhood

    In this episode I have a casual chat with one of my mentor, Mureesha AKA Mnaturevator. As we sit in the scenic land of Lickey Hills.

    • 8 sec

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