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You Had Me at Black is where Black Millennials tell the true-life stories you won't see on TV.

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    • Documentary
    • 4.5, 483 Ratings

You Had Me at Black is where Black Millennials tell the true-life stories you won't see on TV.

    At the House: Radical Imagination

    At the House: Radical Imagination

    In the midst of this unprecedented uprising, seven people share stories about moments where they experienced complete freedom.

    • 31 min
    Crosspost: NATAL - Four: Shellie's Story

    Crosspost: NATAL - Four: Shellie's Story

    After trying to conceive for 10 years, Shellie was finally having her dream baby, but the challenges of motherhood slowly evolved into a silent struggle with postpartum depression. Reproductive psychiatrist Dr. Sinmi Bamgbose shares how she's working to expand mental health resources for Black birthing parents.

    • 27 min
    At the House: Acts of Resistance

    At the House: Acts of Resistance

    Seven people share stories about the times they've resisted, in ways big or small. Let this be a reminder of who you are, and what you're made of.

    • 38 min
    At the House: Acts of Resistance Story Call

    At the House: Acts of Resistance Story Call

    We've changed the topic for the next cycle of At the House to Acts of Resistance. Submit your story by Wednesday, June 3.

    • 3 min
    At the House: Memorable Moments with Teachers

    At the House: Memorable Moments with Teachers

    Between Teacher Appreciation Week and distance learning, folks have spent more time reflecting on the role teachers played in their lives. We hear from six people about their memorable encounters with teachers. Catch Part 2 on the While Black podcast on Sunday, May 31.

    • 33 min
    Crosspost: NATAL - Three: Mikah and Cecilia's Stories

    Crosspost: NATAL - Three: Mikah and Cecilia's Stories

    Facing unplanned pregnancies in their twenties, Mikah and Cecilia's hospital births reveal how access to childbirth education, support systems, and the lack of standardization of care shaped their individual journeys to becoming parents for the first time.

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
483 Ratings

483 Ratings

AnnieK89 ,

I love these stories

This podcast reminds me of Humans of NY. Beautiful stories, funny stories, sad and angerig stories. I love listening to this podcast.

jammal85 ,

More like- “You Had Me At Crack”

Delusional drivel.

jcamp6890 ,

Haha

Everyone’s so mean blah blah blah, it’s not my fault blah blah blah

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