15 episodes

Introducing Go Off Sis, The Podcast — Go Off, Sis is an R29 sub-brand: Unbothered video
series that confronts the hard truths around being a Black woman in America; championing
dialogues and creating a community that celebrates Black voices.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 228 Ratings

Introducing Go Off Sis, The Podcast — Go Off, Sis is an R29 sub-brand: Unbothered video
series that confronts the hard truths around being a Black woman in America; championing
dialogues and creating a community that celebrates Black voices.

    Keep That Same Energy feat. Keke Palmer

    Keep That Same Energy feat. Keke Palmer

    Whether we're linking up, social distancing, or just trying to stay sane, summer 2020 is still going to be a season! This episode we're giving you the summer guide on how to live your best life from the inside out. We're talking everything from staying safe in the sun and natural hair care to our summer playlist and who's on the grill at the cookout.


    We also check in with our summer sister Keke Palmer, who gives us a lesson on keeping that same energy. She stops by to tell us all about how she's communing, creating, and challenging herself this year – from new music and comedy to stunting on the gram in a new wig every week.
     
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    • 48 min
    Ally Is Spelled L.O.U.D.

    Ally Is Spelled L.O.U.D.

    In this episode, we're taking on the A word: Allyship. 
    As we face a reckoning within and around the Black community, we're linking up for a special "just family" conversation to talk allyship and what it means to us as Black women in media today. From celebrating our collective power to sharing the real frustration we feel when people get it wrong, we talk performance vs. action, the pros and cons of White friends and partners, and try to figure out why everyone suddenly wants to call us BIPOC. 
     
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    • 49 min
    For The Culture? feat. Amanda Seales

    For The Culture? feat. Amanda Seales

    In this week's episode, we're asking ourselves: Can the Black legacy be multifaceted? And who exactly gets to decide? 
    We're joined by Insecure star and self-described 'truth teller' Amanda Seales to talk about the complications of Black excellence, who's allowed to win, and what happens when one of us stumbles. So pick your players, because we're taking on our biggest icons, caping for our messiest problematic faves, and debating who's *really* for the culture.


    This episode was recorded May 22, 2020
     
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    We're not ok. And that's ok.

    We're not ok. And that's ok.

    In observance of the recent tragedies in the Black communities, and in solidarity with the voices who need to be most heard right now, this episode is simply a word.
     
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    • 2 min
    Bish Better Have My Money feat. Tracee Ellis Ross

    Bish Better Have My Money feat. Tracee Ellis Ross

    In this week's episode, we're talking straight money, no chaser. Whether you're flexing on the gram or saving up this summer, It's time we have an honest conversation about money, being a boss, and all that comes with it in today's reality. From Black women breadwinners and salary negotiations, to why our parents never talked to us about 401k or joint checking accounts, we delve into the culturally complicated dynamics of getting that paper. We're also joined by the ultimate boss, Golden-Globe winning actress Tracee Ellis Ross, who gives us a sermon on knowing your worth, conquering her imposter syndrome, and winning for ALL of us. 
     
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    • 59 min
    Nu Spirituality feat. Janelle Monáe

    Nu Spirituality feat. Janelle Monáe

    It's time to light that sage and break out the energy crystals. In this episode, we're discussing spirituality, self-care, and all the things that are keeping us sane right now. As millennial black women find new paths of self-discovery today, we're talking about keeping the faith – in ourselves and each other. We also pull up a seat at the table for the unmatched multi-hyphenate actress/singer/activist Janelle Monáe, who gives us a word on moving with grace, gratefulness, and a style game that we can all worship
     
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    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
228 Ratings

228 Ratings

PurpleSkizzles ,

All a black girl needs

Just started listening and I already feel like a part of something. Queens that understand what I go through as a black woman. They need more recognition👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾

rirget ,

SO EXCITED IT’S BACK!!!

Loved the season and am so happy this is back! The new line up is great - love the energy of these girls. Keeping me sane during quarantine! Great job - keep it up. Give these girls a raise!

Jbrock107 ,

Just what I need

It’s back and so good! Been waiting for the next season and it came just at the right time.

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