Regular Black Radio

A conversation about being black as told by regular black people.
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Apr 4, 2017

This week I talk to the lovely Lady Brion who is helping students in Baltimore city heal and express themselves through poetry.

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Louder Than A Bomb Poetry Slam

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Mar 21, 2017

This week, we scratch the surface on black hair and how is perceived.


Andrea Lewis' recent mini docuseries.

Finding Magic

Finding Joy

Finding Trust

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Mar 7, 2017

I talked to random strangers about their views on feminism. Check it out!

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Check out Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's book. It's a really great (and really quick!) read! 

We Should All Be Feminists


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Feb 3, 2017

We back!

It's been a long time. Good to be in front of the mic again. This is a quick update episode to let you know what's in store for Regular Black Radio. Let's get started!! Regular Black Radio will be up and running again on March 7, 2017. New episodes will be released every two weeks from there. I've got lots of great content to share with you guys. I hope you'll join me!

Check out the episode I was featured in on the Panoply Podcast Why Oh Why It's a great show so be sure to subscribe.

*Does the running man*

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Jan 19, 2016

This is the final episode of Season 1 of Regular Black Radio! There's a special guest host so be sure to tune in!

We mention a  piece that I wrote that was published in a local journal called The Avenue. I wrote about my experience as s new-comer to Baltimore. You can read the piece and pick up a copy at the link below. 

Thanks so much to all of those of you who've been following along since the beginning. And welcome to all of the new-comers! Be sure to stick around for Season 2! And don't forget to subscribe to the Regular Black Radio newsletter if you haven't done so already. I'll be keeping you post about show via email. Just head over to to sign up!

I'm taking a break so that I can revamp and improve the show. I want to improve my audio editing and mixing skills and refine my story-telling skills as well. I want to make sure that I'm doing my best to provide you with a great story-telling experience. Feel free to write in with your feedback even during the break.

During the break between seasons, I won't be posting regular full-length episodes, but I will post a semi-season episode every few weeks. I'll be trying out new segments, looking for your input, or just checking in to say hello, so stay tuned!

If you enjoyed Season 1, please leave me a review on iTunes! It really helps out my ratings in the iTunes store and will help me get the word out to more folks. Help me spread the word!

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Jan 13, 2016

This week I talked to the fiercely talented and intelligent Breai Mason-Campbell! She was kind enough to share some of her time with me for a chat about her views on race. She really got me thinking about how I can be more intentional about trying to improve the lives of American's who are black. Good stuff!

I met Breai because she did this AMAZING presentation called "Dancing White" at Goucher College that I happened to attend. So much wonderful information in this presentation!. I definitely recommend that you check it out! 

Vincent Campbell, Breai's husband, produced the transition music in today's show. You can check out more of his work and follow him on Sound Cloud.


Jan 9, 2016

Lots of changes coming for RBR in the coming months! Listen to episode 8.5 to see what's in store!

Jan 5, 2016

This week, we hear from Cailah Health Coach Brock, a fearless black female business owner whose dreams hold no bounds! Check out what she has to say about what race is and isn't. 

Be sure to check out Cailah's website and support her business! She is the CEO of The Rock Solid Fitness Performance Training Center in Baltimore, MD.

She's also an amazing personal trainer! Check her out! 

Since we talked quite a bit about Rachel Dolezal, here's a link to an article on this story from Vanity Fair.

Nov 4, 2015

This week, I was lucky enough to talk with the very talented Jasmine Pope of J Pope and Funk Friday. She shared with me some of her work, her music and of course her thoughts about race! Be sure to check out her music and support!

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Oct 21, 2015

The one where you get to know me a little better. 

Oct 13, 2015

This week's episode we talk about names, the struggles of black women, and gentrification. It's a good one!

Here are the links I mentioned in today's show.

New Black -
Colorism Illustration - Good and Bad Hair -


Sep 23, 2015

A discussion about building a black community

Check out this story from Nickole Hannah Jones on This American Life. Life changing!
The Problem We All Live Part With Part 1. by Nikole Hannah Jones
The Problem We All Live With Part 2. 
Other cool links on the impact of race in the US
Sep 15, 2015

If were constantly being encouraged to pick, which would you choose?

Check out the move Dark Girls, to learn about how colorism affects black women.

An in-depth article about the Paper Bag Test


Sep 9, 2015

This week we chat with Arcenio de Leon, who was born in the Dominican Republic and moved here a short six years ago. He’s struggled with the identity often given to him by others.