Transparency is what it is: transparent— where your host and blogger of Modern Day Kay navigates through life and the social constructs as a young Black woman with a nab for investigating alternative facts. She’s the MOE— Melaninated, Opinionated, & Educated blogger. In her educational background in journalism, she felt transparency is a missing--yet key--element to today’s news stories. Listen to her sound off on controversial topics, navigate through her personal life, and be MOE better.
Episode 17: Do What You Gotta Do
It’s time to get clear! In episode 17, I discuss the importance of doing what you gotta do EVEN if you don’t want to. I open with a great motivational speech from Miss USA ’16 Deshauna Barber. And how viral
Episode 16: How Do You Self Validate Your Worth
It’s time to get clear. In episode 16 I discuss external and internal sources that we use to motivate and validate ourselves. I also open up about my job search after a revelation that the job search was a way
Episode 15: Black Ariel Is Above Us Now
It’s time to get clear. In this episode I discuss the controversial Chris Brown line about “nice hair”, the people against Disney’s Black Ariel, and conclude with the AfroFuture Fest POC & Non-POC festival ticket prices.
Episode 14: 2020 Democratic Debate
It’s time to get clear. In this episode, I summarize the two-day 2020 presidential democratic debate talking points and give my final thoughts of my least favorite democrat candidates.
Episode 13: Interview with Tarree Douglass-Templeton
It’s time to get clear. In this episode I chat with author of “The Northcotts” and the “Black Royale” series Tarree Douglass-Templeton. Read my first interview with him here. We talk about the writing process for his new book, “Black
Episode 12: Black Faces, Public Places
It’s time to get clear. In this episode of Transparency, my guest and I discuss black mobility in public spaces when it comes to events like Orange Crush—a spring break beach party with a majority Black college student crowd. Oh