Two sisters, Melannie Denise Cunningham and Audrey Cunningham, have some real talk about the state of Tacoma, the United States, and the world.
Episode 27—America needs colon hydrotherapy
Heightened racial tensions, toxic rhetoric, political tactics, protests, riots – whew! With all this sh_t going on in America right now, the Sisters satirically explore the metaphor of an internal flushing cleanse as the way...
Episode 26—Black Justice
Carol Mitchell, the Black woman who worked in the Pierce County Executive Office C-suite and was fired chats it up with Melannie and Audrey about everything that led up to her termination and the latest...
Episode 25—Oppression is not Sustainable – duh!
The Cunningham sisters broadly explore topics of systemic racism, oppression and other active efforts aimed at silencing and continued marginalization of Black people in America. They speak on ideas of empowerment and liberation. Links White...
Episode 24—Good Trouble: Inside the Pierce County Executive Election Race
Larry Seaquist, the challenger to the incumbent in the Pierce County Executive 2020 election race answers Melannie and Audrey’s question – “Are you anti-racist?” As of the time of this taping, incumbent Bruce Dammeier and...
Episode 23—Change is Here: The Formation of a “New Day”
So much has happened in America over the past few months that show a clear shift in what we knew as “America” as recently as the beginning of the year. The Cunningham sisters talk about...
Episode 22—Black Liberation – This is How We Rise
Sisters Melannie and Audrey talk about the first step in changing the narrative of combating systemic racism. Everyone can participate…..or not. Links People’s Gathering Channel 253 membership
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Informative and hilarious
Melannie and Audrey have created something really brilliant here. I feel lucky to be a fly on the wall listening to these smart, funny, and REAL women.
As a white woman living in the Pacific Northwest it is eye opening to hear Melannie and Audrey’s takes on topics like Who can Say the N Word, Living While Black, and intergenerational issues. I have laughed out loud, gasped and covered my mouth, and sat thinking and challenging some previously held assumptions after listening to their exchanges. It’s GOOD.
Every time I listen to “What Say U” I feel fortunate that these two women are willing to be so open and candid about their feelings, knowledge, and experiences.
This is a great podcast for everyone to listen to- but it’s an especially great podcast for white women to practice listening to and learning from black women.
Community Outreach 100%
This is excited to say the east. It’s a place where uneducated and the unwilling can hear perspectives from the eyes of a pair of educated black woman. It not only puts thing out in the open it comes with examples. I LOVE IT!