Diversity, Inclusion, social justice - these words have been tossed around since the 50s, so why has so little progress been made in our society? In a mix of classy and ratchet, we pull apart myths, tell a lot of truths and address some bold face lies about the struggle of being black in America. We’ll discuss our own personal experiences, shared experiences and external experiences and what stands in the way of progress. Let’s talk about what it’s like to be black, even before it was trendy!
Episode 5 - Dating While Black Part 2
My guests, Davien Anderson and Maiya Marshall, continue the discussion on what it's like Dating While Black.
Episode 5 - Dating While Black Part 1
In this episode of Trendy Black, my guests Davien Anderson and Maiya Marshall discuss what it's like to date during two pandemics - Covid 19 and racism. Let's find out if the dating pool really does have pee in it, y'all!
Policing While Black
In this episode of Trendy Black, Richmond, VA Community Police Officer El-Amin and I discuss what it's like being a Black police officer in the current climate.
ID&E in Corporate America - The Age of Corporate Social Justice
Diversity and inclusion efforts have been a 'thing' since the 60s, but it seems Corporate America is just beginning to take it seriously. In this episode, my guest, Camille Leak, and I discuss the progress that has been made, or lack thereof and the impetus and sustainability of those efforts.
Black and LGBTQ - At the Intersection
On this episode, my guests Eryn Delaney and Jordan Smith discuss what it's like to grow up and be grown at the intersection of Black and LGBTQ.
HBCUs - Creating Leaders and Legacy
In this episode, my guest Juan Shackelford and I discuss the significance of HBCUs in the black community, what it's like to attend an HBCU and myths around the quality of education - academic and social.
Entertaining & educational
I’m loving this podcast. I’m learning a lot and also being entertained. Tanesha is so skilled at interviewing and guiding the conversation. Love the diversity of topics and guests.