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Welcome to Kaleidoscope Teen Radio, the podcast for Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine. Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine is an online magazine made for and by girls of color. View all of our podcasts here! ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

Welcome to Kaleidoscope Teen Radio, the podcast for Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine. Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine is an online magazine made for and by girls of color. View all of our podcasts here! ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻

    Daphne Lee on being a Professional Dancer and Pursuing an MFA in Dance

    Daphne Lee on being a Professional Dancer and Pursuing an MFA in Dance

    The guest for this episode is Daphne Lee. Daphne Lee is a professional dancer with The Dance Theatre of Harlem, a graduate of Hollins University where she earned her MFA in Dance, an advocate, an ambassador, and much more. Listen to this podcast to hear more about her story, advice, and how she got to where she is today.

    Follow Daphne Lee on social media:

    Daphne’s Instagram: @daphne732

    Daphne’s Facebook: @daphne.m.lee

    Daphne’s Twitter: @daphne732

    Website: www.daphnemlee.com

    DTH Website: https://www.dancetheatreofharlem.org/

    • 43 min
    Charting Your Own Path as a Creative with Stephanie Bell

    Charting Your Own Path as a Creative with Stephanie Bell

    The guest for this episode is Stephanie Bell. Stephanie Bell is a media producer and journalist who specializes in photography and video production. Listen to this podcast to hear more about her story, advice, and how she got to where she is today.

    Follow Stephanie Bell on social media:

    Stephanie’s Personal Instagram: @xostephbell

    Stephanie’s Business Instagram: @bystephaniebell

    Website: https://www.stephbproductions.com/

    • 21 min
    GIRL OF THE MONTH: Maya Whites (Co-Head of Umoja at The Brearley School)

    GIRL OF THE MONTH: Maya Whites (Co-Head of Umoja at The Brearley School)

    Maya Whites is the Girl of the Month for our 8th issue! Maya is a senior at The Brearley School. She is the Co-Head of Umoja and on the Advisory Board. She also is the Host and Founder of the podcast: Independently Black. Listen to this podcast to hear more about Maya’s story and about the initiatives, programs, and events she’s put in place for Umoja.

    Contact Maya via email: mayarwhites@gmail.com

    Independently Black Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/independentlyblack/?hl=en

    Independently Black Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4vOIjAcBjaqiFn5qErkzkd?si=AYpdWl_9RleFJQ3ycI-MUQ&nd=1

    • 40 min
    A Perspective: An Alternative to College w/ Jada Jones

    A Perspective: An Alternative to College w/ Jada Jones

    Today’s guest for this episode is Jada Jones. Jada is a YouTuber, podcaster, actor, dancer, and singer. Today we are talking about the different paths and options besides attending college and Jada’s experience. Come hear her journey and advice for those considering this path.

    Follow Jada on social media -

    Instagram: @jadajonesss

    YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/jadajones

    Podcast: Highkey Adulting https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/highkey-adulting/id1447064993

    Not in College Diaries Series: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4rZXhwl0ATGr0_jaVJrUxPW44VL3iWn1

    • 32 min
    GIRL OF THE MONTH: Drew Townsel (Founder & CEO of Intersect Magazine)

    GIRL OF THE MONTH: Drew Townsel (Founder & CEO of Intersect Magazine)

    Drew Townsel is the Girl of the Month for our 7th issue! Drew is the Founder & CEO of Intersect Magazine and a freshman at Loyola Marymount University. She also works with Sony Music U and has an internship with 10k Projects. Listen to this podcast to hear more about Drew’s story and about how she created Intersect Magazine.

    Follow Drew and Intersect Magazine on social media:

    Drew’s instagram: @drewtownsel

    Intersect Magazine: https://www.intersectmagazine.com/

    Intersect Magazine’s instagram: @intersectmagazine

    • 28 min
    GIRL OF THE MONTH: Josie Helm (Founder and Executive Director of BSDC)

    GIRL OF THE MONTH: Josie Helm (Founder and Executive Director of BSDC)

    Josie Helm is the Girl of the Month for our 5th issue! Josie is a Junior in High school at The Brearley School in New York City. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Black Students Demanding Change (BSDC).

    "BSDC is dedicated to fostering a centralized community space where Black students feel heard, supported, and celebrated. We work to implement racially equitable reform in private schools across the U.S. by serving as an intermediary between Black students and our administrations."

    Follow Josie and BSDC on social media:

    Josie's instagram: @josieehelm

    BSDC's insatgrams: @bsdcnational @bsdcny @bsdcdmw

    BSDC's website: https://www.blackstudentsdemandingchange.org/

    • 28 min

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