Podcast #97: Cardi B & Offset Split, Michelle Obama Serves Tea & The Guardian Reveals Nothing New
In this week’s episode we discuss the buzz on the interwebs concerning the breakup of rappers Cardi B and Offset as well as the piping hot tea that former First Lady Michelle Obama served while in London about her new book “Becoming”. In our second segment we discuss the series of articles published in the...
Podcast #96: Thanksgiving, Blackout for Human Rights & A Conversation on Pleasure
In this week’s podcast we discuss Thanksgiving traditions, from food to prayer, as well as the campaign led by Ryan Coogler to boycott participation in the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. In our second segment, CC speaks with Kim Loliya, sex educator and bodyworker, about the importance of pleasure. As always we leave you...
Podcast #95: Stormzy Serves Tea, Rebel Without a Message & Black Women at Work
In this week’s episode, we discuss Oxford University’s lack of response to Stormzy’s scholarship offer for students of an African-Caribbean background; white feminism as exhibited by Rebel Wilson; and yet another Jungle Book remake. In our second segment we talk the barriers that Black women face in the workplace. And we end with the things...
Podcast #94: Rappers Be Messy, Solange is Here to Stay & Racist Textbooks
In this week’s episode we discuss the messiness that is male rappers personas and lives from T.I. to Diddy, and we dive into the NYT feature on Solange. In our second segment we discuss what happens when racist textbooks are published and the differing responses. We end with the things we’re excited about. Listen in!
Podcast #93: Insecure, Anti-Black Diversity & WOC in Europe
We’re back after a long break! Did you miss us? We missed you! In this week’s episode we discuss Season 3 of the brilliant series, Insecure. We also get into the importance of Black History Month – in the UK – and more generally the challenges of the broad and somewhat generic term diversity. In...
Podcast #92: Sluts, Rape Apologists & Imposters
In this episode we discuss the brilliance of Samirah Raheem’s clapback against Rev. Jesse Peterson as well as Angela Rye’s willingness to defend Charlamagne Tha God more than he defends his own damn self. In our second segment we talk the inability of the mainstream to give Black women their credit using examples of Pat...
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CC and Denise break down American and European pop culture relevant to the everyday lives of queer and black or poc. The conversations usually go deeper into queer liberation, black liberation, and inclusive feminism