Truth Be Told hosted by Tonya Mosley is an advice podcast that explores how you can be you in a world that doesn’t always want you to be. We’re like the friend you call after a long, exhausting day – the one who will laugh, cry, bitch and moan with you. The one who gets it.Have a question for the show? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, call us at (415) 553-2802 or use the hashtag #DearTBT. Follow us at @truthbetoldkqed on Twitter and Instagram.Episode transcript can be found here: shorturl.at/NQV78
Pain and Purpose: Lessons From Bruce Lee and Frida Kahlo
The days are shorter, colder and 2020 isn’t over. Like you, we’re looking for inspiration to sustain us, so we turned to Shannon Lee and Arianna Davis who are passing on the teachings of great icons Bruce Lee and Frida Kahlo — timeless figures that we continually learn from decades after their deaths.
Episode transcript here: shorturl.at/ryzAR
Hey Young World, The World Is Yours
What’s the world you’re fighting for? We posed this question to some of the most dynamic young voices of our time, including musician Alex Aiono and Good Call NYC founder Jelani Anglin who joined Tonya Mosley to talk about fighting for social justice in the midst of a pandemic and an election year unlike any other.
Episode transcript here: shorturl.at/erzE4
If I Ruled The World
What happens when two badass Black journalists get together to talk about the stakes of this presidential election? Real talk, that’s what happens. On this episode of Truth Be Told, Tonya Mosley checks in with veteran journalist Farai Chideya who believes the fate of this nation depends on women of color -- all it needs is for everyone else to get out of the way.
Episode transcript here: shorturl.at/fjuI1
No More Shame
Here’s a truth: All of us know someone with mental illness, or experience it ourselves. So why are we ashamed to talk about it? Why is there a stigma about it in many communities of color? Author Bassey Ikpi is tired of the secrets and silence. And now more than ever, she says it’s time for us to get real with each other, for the sake of our collective healing.
Episode transcript here: shorturl.at/awKMZ
Our Lives Matter, Too
How do you educate loved ones about your disability without making them feel like you’re shoving information down their throats? That is this week's question, answered by Alice Wong, founder of the Disability Visibility Project. Alice underscores the connection between disability justice and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Episode transcript here: shorturl.at/abxEP
Fight Like Chadwick
Chadwick Boseman’s death has raised awareness of colon cancer, but for the men behind TRAPMedicine, Jahmil Lacey and Dr. Italo Brown, it illustrates the healthcare disparities Black people face.
Transcript link here: shorturl.at/QSUW3
One of my fave pods!
I love this podcast so much! Not only does it teach me so much, but the production is great and Tonya is such a wonderful host. It is really giving voice to so many people who need to be heard more. Some of my favorite episodes have been Holding on to Joy, Deportation Wounds, and ‘Rona and Racism: A Survival Guide
i absolutely love how tonya approaches each topic, and her interaction with her guests always feels genuine. this is the only podcast i really look forward to listening to and keep up with because i feel like im learning something new with every episode.
TBT is so powerful. And it’s created in a way that is honest and guides healing. Thank you for such a honest and vulnerable podcast. The themes of social justice and anti-oppression are critical.