You Had Me at Black is where Black Millennials tell the true-life stories you won't see on TV.
The Bigger Picture
Khennedi heads to a protest in the summer of 2021, armed with nothing but her cell phone. Almost from the moment they arrived, things began to unravel. Please note this episode deals with the trauma of police brutality.
Growing up as a PK, Danny always planned to start a ministry of his own. But once he started to lead a congregation, his thinking around what it means to start a church began to unravel.
Glue is Thicker Than Water
As the older sister, Secunda was in charge of making sure the chores got done after school before her mom got home. One afternoon, her brother challenged her, unraveling her sense of authority and the sibling pecking order.
Fresh out of grad school, Blake faces a devastating loss that unraveled everything he tired to hold together by a thread for too long. This story deals with loss, addiction, and suicidal thoughts.
My Art Will Go On
A bad breakup unraveled everything Nate thought he had planned. After realizing he couldn't drink it away, he decided to follow his instincts.
This story comes Errinn, who was terrified of dogs. Everything unraveled when her boyfriend brought one home.
Love the show but Martina’s voice is almost unbearable!
I wish the presenter would stop trying so hard to sound like what she’s saying is not scripted when her terrible acting skills prove otherwise. Just freestyle and keep it real. You’re not an actress. When I hear the Abraham Zalunga I fast forward or switch to another podcast. But the content of the show gets 5 stars otherwise.
An amazing platform giving a voice to Black families. Excellent production & easy listening.
Fighting racism with racism, fire with fire. Unbelievable