24 episodes

The #TellBlackStories podcast is an extension of Color Of Change's work to change the rules in Hollywood, and entire media landscape, to ensure accurate, diverse, empathetic and human portrayals of Black people. It is an unfiltered, unapologetic, dose of quick witted commentary on the most relevant social, political and cultural issues impacting the Black community. #TellBlackStories elevates the voices, stories and work of change makers, content creators, activists, and leaders driving a movement for accurate portrayals of Black people.

#TellBlackStories is presented by Color Of Change, the nation's largest online racial justice organization. To learn more visit tellblackstories.org/podcast.

#TellBlackStories Color Of Change

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 50 Ratings

The #TellBlackStories podcast is an extension of Color Of Change's work to change the rules in Hollywood, and entire media landscape, to ensure accurate, diverse, empathetic and human portrayals of Black people. It is an unfiltered, unapologetic, dose of quick witted commentary on the most relevant social, political and cultural issues impacting the Black community. #TellBlackStories elevates the voices, stories and work of change makers, content creators, activists, and leaders driving a movement for accurate portrayals of Black people.

#TellBlackStories is presented by Color Of Change, the nation's largest online racial justice organization. To learn more visit tellblackstories.org/podcast.

    John Lewis: Good Trouble – featuring Dawn Porter, Erika Alexander, and Tamar-Kali

    John Lewis: Good Trouble – featuring Dawn Porter, Erika Alexander, and Tamar-Kali

    Dawn Porter (Director), Erika Alexander (Producer), and Tamar-Kali (Music Composer), sits down with Color Of Change President, Rashad Robinson, to discuss their new film, “John Lewis: Good Trouble,” which chronicles Lewis’ 60-plus years of social activism and legislative action on civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health-care reform, and immigration.

    • 46 min
    A Conversation with Raymond Santana (Exonerated 5)

    A Conversation with Raymond Santana (Exonerated 5)

    One year ago, Raymond Santana (Exonerated 5) joined our #TellBlackStories podcast to discuss Ava DuVernay’s, When They See Us, its cultural impact, and the importance of prosecutor accountability.

    • 26 min
    #TellBlackStories Featuring Marsai Martin, Carol Martin, and Josh Martin.

    #TellBlackStories Featuring Marsai Martin, Carol Martin, and Josh Martin.

    Isolation is the new normal, but through storytelling, we remain connected. Gia Peppers (Entertainment Journalist) sits down with actor + producer, Marai Martin, and her parents Carol and Josh Martin to discuss the power of family and staying connected during COVID19.

    • 37 min
    Justice Not Fear: Challenging the Backlash To Bail Reform

    Justice Not Fear: Challenging the Backlash To Bail Reform

    Moderated by Yusuf Abdul-Qadir (New York Civil Liberties Union), panelists Scott Roberts (Senior Director of Criminal Justice Campaigns, Color Of Change), Nicole Triplett (New York Civil Liberties Union) Rev. Eric Jackson (Plymouth Church), Kelly Gonzalez (Center for Community Alternatives) and Monica Smith (Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights) sat down for a community town hall in Syracuse, NY, […]

    • 1 hr 24 min
    #TellBlackStories: One Year Anniversary Panel

    #TellBlackStories: One Year Anniversary Panel

    At the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, filmmaker dream hampton moderated a discussion with Color Of Change VP Arisha Hatch, Open Society Foundations’ Rashida Bumbray, and BlackStar Film Festival founder Maori Holmes about the importance of activism and owning our stories. 

    • 1 hr 7 min
    ‘Stop Telling Women To Smile’ featuring Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

    ‘Stop Telling Women To Smile’ featuring Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

    Visual artist and author, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, sits down with Color Of Change President, Rashad Robinson, to discuss her new book, “Stop Telling Women To Smile,” the inspiration behind her street art project, “Stop Telling Women To Smile,” and the importance of intersectionality when discussing who deals with street harassment.

    • 27 min

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