The RuggedAngel Cast highlights creative, talented and hard working women.
The RuggedAngel Cast No. 116: LaVerne Baker Hotep
Numbers are everywhere. And if we study and pay attention to them, it’s quite possible they can help steer us onto the path we need to be in life. LaVerne Baker Hotep just so happens to be able to educate you on that matter.
Sibyl's Shrine Podcast Ep 1
Sibyls Shrine is a new artist residency program for Black women, womxn, trans women, and femmes who are mothers and identify as artists, creatives, and/or activists in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
For these womxn, the challenges of parenting in combination with systemic racism and sexism often make the barriers to entry into the art world insurmountable.
The Sibyls Shrine residency program uplifts Black creative mothers with opportunities for skill-sharing, self-care, safe space, and financial support in an effort to further develop their craft and presence in the art world.
The RuggedAngel Cast No. 115: Jessica Gaynelle Moss
Jessica Gaynelle Moss is a recognized leader and an arts producer with over a decade of professional experience. In this episode, we specifically talk about her most recent projects, The Roll Up and Sibyl's Shrine.
The RuggedAngel Cast No. 114: Zena Dixon aka The Real Queen of Horror
If you are a fan of horror films, this will be a fun listen! Zena Dixon aka The Real Queen of Horror joins me to talk about DIY filmmaking, blogging and all things horror.
The RuggedAngel Cast No. 113: Keili Lefkovitz
You may know actress Keili Lefkovitz from the movies Pain and Gain or Malibu's Most Wanted. But soon, you will get to know her for so much more, because she refuses to stand by and wait for opportunities to come to her.
The RuggedAngel Cast No. 112: Felicia Savage Friedman
For over 30 years, Felicia has continued to joyfully practice Raja Yoga, which encompasses all aspects of her life: behavioral restraints, behavioral observances, movement, breathing techniques, sensory withdrawal, concentration, meditation, and self-realization through an intimate reflective practice. Personally, I like to think of Felicia a self care guru. I hope you can receive some healing light and inspiration from this conversation.
For Women & Pop Culture Pros
Kahmeela, or as I can her, breaker of stereotypes / mother of puppies is a talented host. She is knowledgable in so many forms of pop culture and she has a great supply of guests. She features female filmmakers, social workers, and everything in between. RAC has interviews that are in depth, but also really enlightening.
Check out the DTW episodes as well! You might hear an episode on music, film, or television but one thing stays consistent: the shows content is great and the discussions are a lot of fun. If you're a pop culture nut like me, give it a listen!