Two cousins explore the concept of "the black family" through real and personal shared memories. Be prepared to laugh, cry, explore vulnerability, and embark on a journey of both love and hope.
Can white folks celebrate Juneteenth?
In this episode, we discuss how white people can best build bridges with the black community.
In this episode, we discuss our experience with using Ancestry.com to explore our family history and ethnic origins.
In this episode, we celebrate the remarkable single-parent women in our family.
Role reversal: when the children become the parents & Responses to the Black family holiday experience!
This episode has two parts: 1) we discuss the reality of caring for our elders in old age and 2) we respond to the reactions from an earlier episode on the Black holiday experience.
Homeownership in the black community
In this episode, we discuss the barriers on the journey to own a home for many families in the black community.
The relationship between the black family and the police
In this episode, we discuss the George Floyd case and the effect that policing has on our family.
Absolutely beautiful. Love these people so much!