Talkin’ That Talk is a snapshot of Black American women, by hosts Tee & Ki who shed light on life experiences, current events, and a multitude of perspectives. We zoom in on this very beloved and interesting group in America in the midst of today’s current events. Our goal is ensure that Black stories are voiced with empathy by curating them ourselves. Engage with us as we sit down for conversations with activists, artists, entrepreneurs, historians, and individuals who are living their mission. With our show, we hope to provide an element of humanity and humor to the Black Experience.
#16. TALKIN' ABOUT: Black Kids White Moms...Journey to Identity (guests: Kennedy & Nate)
Join us with for an enlightening discussion with Kennedy and Nate as we talk about their experience growing up as biracial kids and their very different experiences that eventually brought them together to share a beautiful love. Their journey to self-acceptance, identity, and love is inspiring. Tune in !
#15. TALKIN' ABOUT: Love Thyself, Heal Thyself
In difficult times we often forget to love on ourselves. It's easy to forget to pour energy into ourselves to focus on our own healing, so that we may in turn heal others. This week, Tee and Ki take a moment to discuss how they engage with self love and healing practices.
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BONUS-TALKIN' ABOUT: Guided Meditation for Anxiety and Power
Tee is coming to you all this week with a guided meditation for feelings of anxiety and powerlessness. In the midst of everything going on in the world, take a moment to let it go with this guided meditation.
#14. TALKIN' ABOUT: Spiritual & Political Ideals - A Season or A Reason
Tee and Ki discuss their journey's with their spiritual beliefs in the last 10+ years. They share and breakdown whether they believe if religious, spiritual, and political ideals are due to a season (i.e time in life, circumstance, etc.) or reason (i.e geography, situation, fear, etc.). Join us in this interesting conversation !
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This episode was recorded on May 11, 2020 and released on June 21, 2020.
#13. TALKIN' ABOUT: Reconnecting & Putting Aside Pride (guest: Trina)
With everyday life and obligations it is hard to set aside our differences and reconnect with old friends from the past. This episode features Trina, an old friend of Tee who she has not seen in almost seven years. During this episode we hear the story of how they stopped talking, what brought them together, and the parallels their journey's have shared. Come along as we discuss putting our pride aside to reconnect and what that means to them as two Black women on similar paths to become doctors. Why is it even more important for us to reconnect and sometimes apologize, especially as Black people, Black women? Well you're about to find out !
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This episode (#13) was recorded in January 18, 2020 and released on June 14, 2020.
#12. TALKIN' ABOUT: Quarter Century Of A Life
Your hosts both turned 25 this May! Tee & Ki reflect on how they feel after turning 25, life lessons, events that have impacted them, and more. Tune in!
This episode (#12) was originally released and recorded on May 30, 2020.
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It’s so refreshing to listen to narratives from black intellectuals that aren’t afraid to be goofy & have fun! Talkin’ that Talk isn’t a stuffy, status quo podcast but rather explores sensitive and thought provoking topics that will expose listeners to alternative perspectives and enhance their knowledge about the world around us. I’m excited to see how this platform grows!