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.
Honoring Our Ancestors Through Storytelling Featuring Barry Jenkins
Join us for a Juneteenth edition of #TellBlackStories featuring Director and showrunner of the limited series The Underground Railroad, Barry Jenkins in conversation with Color Of Change’s Senior Director Of Media, Culture, and Economic Justice, Jade Magnus Ogunnaike on his new series, reparations and the importance of honoring your ancestors. Make sure you check out the … Continue reading "Honoring Our Ancestors Through Storytelling Featuring Barry Jenkins"
Sisters Of The Movement Conversation On Student Debt Elimination
For this Women’s History Month edition of #TellBlackStores, full-time educator and co-founder of The Debt Collective LA, Dr. Richelle Brooks joins Color Of Change’s Senior Director Of Media, Culture, and Economic Justice, Jade Magnus Ogunnaike for a discussion on our recent Student Debt Elimination survey, pressuring the Biden administration to eliminate student debt, and the … Continue reading "Sisters Of The Movement Conversation On Student Debt Elimination"
Sisters Of The Movement Conversation On The Filibuster and The Voting Rights Act
For a Women’s History Month edition of #TellBlackStories, Color Of Change’s Deputy Senior Director of Criminal Justice & Democracy Campaigns, Erika Maye. is joined in conversation with writer, professor, & political commentator, Melissa Harris-Perry to discuss the filibuster and the voting rights act!
Mothers of the Movement – A Conversation with the Women Behind Judas and the Black Messiah
This International Women’s Day, join us in conversation about the new film “Judas And The Black Messiah” and the legacy of The Black Panther Party, Color Of Change’s Culture & Entertainment Advocacy Director Kristen Marston sits down with actress Dominique Fishback “Deborah Johnson,” activist and mother of Fred Hampton Jr., Mother Akua, and activist and … Continue reading "Mothers of the Movement – A Conversation with the Women Behind Judas and the Black Messiah"
#TellBlackStories Black History Always Roundtable
This week Tinashe, Ace Rice, Mike Reesé, Cristina Martinez, Infinity Song’s Momo, Matthew Dicks, sat down with host, Jamiliah Lemiuex for a roundtable discussion of the new EP, ‘Black History Always.’ The EP is the second volume of an ongoing collaboration between Hollywood Records and The Undefeated, ESPN’s initiative exploring the intersection of sports, race, and … Continue reading "#TellBlackStories Black History Always Roundtable"
#TellBlackStories Featuring Ledisi – Power in Song
#ICYMI: Ledisi is back with a new album called #TheWildCard! Listen to this interview as she talks about the production process, the importance of its release, and why she thinks #SoulMusic is exactly what we need right now with host, Gia Peppers.
interesting and important
<3 a very needed space for conversation