Liberation is possible and host Martissa Williams — entrepreneur, activist, yogi — is on the hunt. Soak in conversations on topics from biohacking to non-monogamy, while we explore practices for living a more honest, pleasurable, and liberated life.
Toi Smith - On Womanism, Mothering, and Surviving Capitalism
In this episode of the podcast, we chat with womanist growth and impact strategist, Toi Smith. We discuss mothering as activism, anti-capitalist practice and dive into Toi’s activism work. I hope this episode wakes you up to new ways of working against the system.
Shannon Hayes - On Becoming a Radical Homemaker
In this episode, Martissa chats with writer, entrepreneur, and homesteader Shannon Hayes. We discuss homemaking as a site for liberation, community reliance, and becoming a producer rather than a consumer. We hope this episode gets you to look at your home as your next step toward freedom.
Martissa Williams - How We Get NEKKID
We kick off this podcast season with a little solo pod. In this episode, I talk about where NEKKID is and where we are going. I hope this episode gives you a window into the NEKKID world we are building for you and gets you excited for the work ahead.
Caitlin Smith - Eating + Living Intentionally
In this episode of the podcast, we chat with intentional entrepreneur, Caitlin Smith of Caitlin Curiosity. We discuss homesteading, raising animals for meat, and intentional entrepreneurship. I hope this episode gets you dreaming about your more intentional life.
Shelby Hartman - The Psychedelic Frontlines
In this episode of the podcast, we chat with journalist and Doubleblind Mag co-founder and CEO, Shelby Hartman. We discuss psychedelics and the expansion of the psychedelic industry. I hope this episode piques your interest in the efficacy of plant medicines.
Esperanza Mendez - Building Radical Families
In this episode of the podcast, we chat with activist, birth worker, and multidisciplinary storyteller, Esperanza Mendez. We discuss homeschooling and incorporating anti-oppression in raising children. I hope this episode broadens your mind around weaving justice education into the family structure.
Best podcast ever!
Well informed, great subject matter and perspective. I love every moment of it. Highly recommended!
Solid content, Great interviewer
This podcast really takes a deep dive into the subject matter. The interviewer is masterful at pulling out all the details in a informative and entertaining way.
Nourishment for the soul
Listening to the Nekkid podcast inspires me and makes me want to strive to be my best self for my self! It’s empowering as a black woman in so many ways. I look forward to learning something new each week and also being entertained.