99 episodes

A podcast about the womxn leaders, innovators & rebels you probably don't already know. With her trademark sassy style and a dose of insight, Tangia Renee brings you womxn of impact to discuss why they do what they do and all the ways they are changing the world. With a focus on womxn of color, we curate the stories of brilliant womxn.

That's What She Did Podcast Tangia Renee

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 41 Ratings

A podcast about the womxn leaders, innovators & rebels you probably don't already know. With her trademark sassy style and a dose of insight, Tangia Renee brings you womxn of impact to discuss why they do what they do and all the ways they are changing the world. With a focus on womxn of color, we curate the stories of brilliant womxn.

    The Power Of Owning Your Story with Sarah Eagle Heart

    The Power Of Owning Your Story with Sarah Eagle Heart

    Sarah Eagle Heart is an Emmy-winning social justice storyteller, activist, media strategist, and producer focused on advocacy on behalf of Indigenous Peoples. She is an internationally accomplished executive with a diverse background in tribal, corporate, and non-profit organizations. Her creative projects are rooted in her worldview as an Oglala Lakota raised on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation supporting narrative change for healing and impact.
    In This Episode:
    The power of following your intuition and tapping into your spiritual beliefs to achieve your goals Why narrative change is a key step in social justice work The important role Black activists and leaders have played in supporting the advancement of indigenous movements Why extracting stories can be highly problematic Follow Sarah: 
    www.eagleheartcollectiv.com
    This Is How We Come Back Stronger
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    Listener Perks: 
    ---> Enter Our Giveaways! - Go to www.Thatswhatshedidpodcast.com to enter to win our season giveaways. Each season we pick listeners at random to win cool FREE stuff like books and show merch. Don’t miss out!  
    ---> Our listeners get 10% off at The Feminist Shop! Use code SheDid at checkout. 
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    Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com
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    Website: That'sWhatSheDidPodcast.com

    • 48 min
    BIPOC Podcast Creators with Tangia Renee and Maribel Quezada Smith

    BIPOC Podcast Creators with Tangia Renee and Maribel Quezada Smith

    Tangia Renee is doing something a little different and coming out from behind the mic to be a guest on her own show, sort of. After working hard on a new project Tangia Renee and Maribel Quezada Smith are here to talk about the launch of BIPOC Podcast Creators. An online community and consulting firm that aims to help BIPOC creators in podcasting reach beyond the 101 and grow in the industry. 
    In This Episode:
     
    What is BIPOC Podcast Creators and why it needs to exists The personal experiences that led Tangia & Maribel to creating the community Our main goals for changing the podcasting space and challenging it to become more inclusive   
    Follow BIPOC Podcast Creators:  https://linktr.ee/Bipocpodcastcreators
    Support The Show ---> BuyMeACoffee
    Listener Perks: 
    ---> Enter Our Giveaways! - Go to www.Thatswhatshedidpodcast.com to enter to win our season giveaways. Each season we pick listeners at random to win cool FREE stuff like books and show merch. Don’t miss out!  
    ---> Our listeners get 10% off at The Feminist Shop! Use code SheDid at checkout. 
    Follow The Show: 
    Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com
    IG: @That'sWhatSheDidPodcast
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    Website: That'sWhatSheDidPodcast.com

    • 45 min
    Seeing The World Through Afro-Latinx Eyes with Dash Harris Machado

    Seeing The World Through Afro-Latinx Eyes with Dash Harris Machado

    Dash Harris Machado is a Peabody-award-winning multimedia journalist and entrepreneur currently based in Panama. She is the producer of NEGRO: A docu-series about Latino Identity, a decade-long, ongoing web-based docu-series that explores AfroDiasporic identity, colonization, the historical and present-day class, and color complex, and hierarchy among Latinxs throughout the Americas. She is also the co-founder of AfroLatino Travel, a travel and community-building resource for the African Diaspora in Latin America, led by Black Latin American locals. Dash has been featured in “50 Shades of Black,” USA Today, Latina Magazine, Remezcla, Vibe, CNN, People Chica, Hip Latina, For Harriet, & The Root.
    In This Episode:
    The unexpected journey a “girls trip” to Brazil that led to founding AfroLatinx Travel AfroLatinx Travel - why it was founded Why using the word “Latino” when describing one’s identity can be tricky Episode Details:
    01:30 - Where did the idea of AfroLatinx Travel come from?
    11:00 - It’s often the whitest person representing the country
    23:00 - What did Dash experience when she founded AfroLatinx Travel?
    28:00 - What legacy does Dash hope to leave using Afro Latino Travel?
    33:00 - Is AfroLatinx Travel a movement?
    Follow Dash:
    https://www.instagram.com/diasporadash/
    https://www.afrolatinxtravel.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/afrolatinotravel/
    Support The Show ---> BuyMeACoffee
    Listener Perks: 
    ---> Enter Our Giveaways! - Go to www.Thatswhatshedidpodcast.com to enter to win our season giveaways. Each season we pick listeners at random to win cool FREE stuff like books and show merch. Don’t miss out!  
    ---> FreeBodySociety.com - On a mission to make sure all women feel powerful and free in their bodies. The Free Body Society has you covered with the super soft hoodies and t-shirts you can’t wait to rock. Use Code: SheDid at check to get 15% off your first purchase. 
    ---> Our listeners get 10% off at The Feminist Shop! Use code SheDid at checkout. 
    Follow The Show: 
    Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com
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    Website: That'sWhatSheDidPodcast.com

    • 52 min
    Trusting The Wisdom of Your Own Voice with Kim Guerra of Brown Badass Bonita

    Trusting The Wisdom of Your Own Voice with Kim Guerra of Brown Badass Bonita

    A self-love advocate, businesswoman, and community champion, Kim Guerra, the founder of Brown Badass Bonita founded one of my favorite online small businesses. Brown Badass Bonita is a brand and movement that she considers to be a work of self-love and an expression of her love for her community. Guerra is the author of “Mariposa” and “Mija”: both collections of bilingual poems, affirmations, and revolutionary love letters.
    Today, she shares with us her journey through self-discovery and her own personal revolution, and everything she has learned so far in creating a beautiful self-love movement. 
    In This Episode:
    Overcoming toxic relationships Giving yourself space to learn what you really need to make yourself happy How a simple T-shirt ignited a personal revolution and started a movement Why finding and using your voice is so important  Episode Details:
    01:30 - Who is Kim Guerra and what is she doing now
    04:00 - Why did Kim start Brown Badass Bonita
    14:00 - What’s in a t-shirt? Can it make an impact?
    20:00 - What is the “Use Your Voice” campaign
    28:00 - Where did the culture of silence come from
    31:00 - What impact does Kim want to achieve with Badass Bonita
    33:00 - What has helped Kim be successful in business
    37:00 - Kim’s advice to people who are also starting out with their business or campaign
    40:00 - What inspires Kim
    Follow Kim:
    https://brownbadassbonita.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/brownbadassbonita/
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/brownbadassbonita
    Support The Show ---> BuyMeACoffee
    Listener Perks: 
    ---> Enter Our Giveaways! - Go to www.Thatswhatshedidpodcast.com to enter to win our season giveaways. Each season we pick listeners at random to win cool FREE stuff like books and show merch. Don’t miss out!  
     
    ---> FreeBodySociety.com - On a mission to make sure all women feel powerful and free in their bodies. The Free Body Society has you covered with the super soft hoodies and t-shirts you can’t wait to rock. Use Code: SheDid at check to get 15% off your first purchase. 
     
    ---> Our listeners get 10% off at The Feminist Shop! Use code SheDid at checkout. 
     
    Follow The Show: 
    Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com
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    Website: That'sWhatSheDidPodcast.com

    • 51 min
    Speaking From The Comfort of Your Privilege with Bree Davis of CityCast Podcast

    Speaking From The Comfort of Your Privilege with Bree Davis of CityCast Podcast

    Bree Davies is a multimedia journalist and arts community advocate born and raised in Denver. Rooted in the world of Do-It-Yourself arts and music, Davies co-founded and produced several music and arts festivals and has toured the country with various bands. Parallel to a decade-long practice in arts and organizing, Davies has also cultivated a career as a reporter, writer, producer, and host- she's currently the first-ever host of daily news podcast City Cast Denver, which launched in March 2021. Today we talk about the role journalists play in telling important community stories and what happens when a lot of money gets injected into only specific places in a city.
     
    In This Episode:
    Why there is a disconnect between journalists and communities Why communities of color and other marginalized identities often distrust the media and media outlets should do about it Representation matters, and why we need to rethink our approach to storytelling and who tells certain stories in the mainstream media A chat about gentrification and how it's coming to a community near you Episode Details:
    08:50 - Who is Bree Davis and what is she working on right now?
    15:30 - The biggest lessons Bree has learned from being a  journalist
    21:00 - Latina reporters being let go in media companies
    27:00 - Is it necessary for newsrooms to get reporters from the communities they report on?
    43:00 - How the lack of affordable housing is impacting both vulnerable people and then the    less vulnerable ones too
    51:00 - How do you make sure that community and culturally relevant stories are found and told by the media?
    53:00 - What can we expect from “City Cast”?
    Follow Bree Davies:
    https://denver.citycast.fm/
    Twitter & IG: @cocodavies 
    Support The Show ---> BuyMeACoffee
    Listener Perks: 
    ---> Enter Our Giveaways! - Go to www.Thatswhatshedidpodcast.com to enter to win our season giveaways. Each season we pick listeners at random to win cool FREE stuff like books and show merch. Don’t miss out!  
    ---> FreeBodySociety.com - On a mission to make sure all women feel powerful and free in their bodies. The Free Body Society has you covered with the super soft hoodies and t-shirts you can’t wait to rock. Use Code: SheDid at check to get 15% off your first purchase. 
    ---> Our listeners get 10% off at The Feminist Shop! Use code SheDid at checkout. 
    Follow The Show: 
    Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com
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    Website: That'sWhatSheDidPodcast.com

    • 58 min
    Building Community and Calling Out Bullsh!t with Erika Righter

    Building Community and Calling Out Bullsh!t with Erika Righter

    Erika Righter is a social worker-turned small business owner. Since coming to Colorado, she has worked with youth experiencing homelessness and in the foster care system, rural families, and with low-income older adults. In 2012, Erika founded Hope Tank, a gift store that gives back in the heart of the Baker neighborhood. She uses retail to connect the over 40,000 customers who come into Hope Tank every year, to organizations doing important work in our community. She served on the Mayor’s Office of Strategic Partnerships Commission, does consulting, and started an inclusive business directory called The Hope Slinger’s Guide.
    In This Episode:
    Calling BS on fake social entrepreneurship The big role classism and racism play in social enterprise businesses What to look for when you want to do business with a business that says they are helping a community What it looks like to build a hyper-local community movement Why you need to ask what someone wants before you try to help them  Why simply talking to each other is often the missing link in changing someone’s life Episode Details:
    06:00 - What is Hope Tank?
    09:00 - How did Erika land on the idea of Hope Tank and then to the Hope Slingers?
    14:00 - What was it like when Erika and her husband were unemployed and she was pregnant?
    21:30 - What advice does Erika have about thriving in business while serving the community and why some community work is not always what the people need?
    37:30 - What are the Hope Slingers?
    42:00 - Erika RIghter’s end game
    Follow Erika Righter on:
    https://hopetank.org/
    https://www.facebook.com/hopetank
    https://www.instagram.com/hopetank/
    Support The Show ---> BuyMeACoffee
    Listener Perks: 
    ---> Enter Our Giveaways! - Go to www.Thatswhatshedidpodcast.com to enter to win our season giveaways. Each season we pick listeners at random to win cool FREE stuff like books and show merch. Don’t miss out!  
    ---> FreeBodySociety.com - On a mission to make sure all women feel powerful and free in their bodies. The Free Body Society has you covered with the super soft hoodies and t-shirts you can’t wait to rock. Use Code: SheDid at check to get 15% off your first purchase. 
    ---> Our listeners get 10% off at The Feminist Shop! Use code SheDid at checkout. 
    Follow The Show: 
    Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com
    IG: @That'sWhatSheDidPodcast
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    Website: That'sWhatSheDidPodcast.com

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

FeministFiles ,

Great!

I love this podcast! It is so fascinating and I really enjoy learning about incredible women! So glad I discovered this!

PQJenks ,

Learning so much

I like this idea and I love the content. It’s so great to find out about female trailblazers. It’s so nice to learn a little history and be able to hear about female role models.

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