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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!

Bandcamp - https://jpff.bandcamp.com/
 
Facebook -  https://www.facebook.com/JPopeandFunkFriday
 
 
Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/jpopemusic
 
Hotep - http://www.thevisibilityproject.com/2014/11/06/7-ways-to-identify-a-member-of-hotep-twitter/
 
The Visibility Project - http://www.thevisibilityproject.com/about/
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 - http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/03/19/common-pharrell-and-the-new-black-an-ignorant-mentality-that-undermines-the-black-experience.html
 
Colorism Illustration - Good and Bad Hair - https://youtu.be/RPVjwHSynI0?list=PLnhz7k1CDpzMrZ6yeslZCn5CvZpfQtkcp

 

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.

Sep 1, 2015

This week I talk about a ridiculous thought I had at work and the irony that came with it. 

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