Episode 113: Our 2017 Kwanzaa Spectacular!

Episode 113: Our 2017 Kwanzaa Spectacular!

Join us for our second annual Kwanzaa Spectacular, live at the Bell House in Brooklyn, NY!  First, NPR Code Switch host Gene Demby brings us some forgotten Kwanzaa principles.  Then MacArthur Genius and New York Times investigative reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones celebrates the silver linings of 2017.  And later, DJ extraordinaire Donwill serenades us with some Kwanzaa carols.  Plus a Kwanzaa tale, Drunken Debates, some special guests, and more!

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Episode 112: Dearest Y’all, We Have Some News

Episode 112: Dearest Y’all, We Have Some News

We get our tarot cards read and make an announcement about our future.  

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Episode 111: Cream of the Crop (with Dodai Stewart)

Episode 111: Cream of the Crop (with Dodai Stewart)

This week, writer and editor Dodai Stewart chats with us about everything from Korean dramas to dating in New York to iPhone games to drug stores in different countries, and more.  Come for insightful commentary on the state of digital media, stay for the puns.

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Episode 75: Citizen’s Arrest (Encore)

Episode 75: Citizen’s Arrest (Encore)

With the holiday season comes more awkward conversations with family, so we’re bringing you an encore episode of our first ever call-in show where you, dear listeners, share with us how you’re talking gender, race, politics, and more with your parents, aunties, in-laws, step-siblings, nephews, and more. And guess what: it’s really hard! And messy! And you’re not alone! We also got our homie Gene Demby of NPR’s Code Switch on the line to talk through the now-public email exchange between Margaret Cho and Tilda Swinton about whitewashed Hollywood roles. It’s a vintage beef that highlights the ever-relevant question: when will white folks stop making people of color do undue emotional labor?

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Episode 38: Let Black Girls Be Funny (with Janelle James) – Encore

Episode 38: Let Black Girls Be Funny (with Janelle James) – Encore

Janelle James stops by the stude to chat with us about her new comedy album, Black and Mild, and we plan Girls Trip 2.  Then we bring you an encore episode featuring an interview with Janelle, the debut of a segment called White Devil’s Advocate, and Stacy’s Career Corner (during which Tracy finds an unexpected Google result…!).

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Episode 110: Wheatgrass in Your Ass (with Jenifer Lewis)

Episode 110: Wheatgrass in Your Ass (with Jenifer Lewis)

This week, we bring to you our conversation with living legend, Jenifer Lewis.  You know her from your favorite sitcoms like Fresh Prince, Girlfriends, and most recently, Black-ish, as well as iconic films like What’s Love Got to Do With It? (playing Angela Bassett’s mother), The Preacher’s Wife (as Whitney Houston’s mom), and Poetic Justice (as Tupac’s mom).  She has a new memoir out, fittingly called The Mother of Black Hollywood.  She chats with us about her illustrious career, navigating bipolar disorder, and learning how to properly self-care.  Plus, she shares with us some valuable insight on whether or not Tom Hanks is a black man, and you might hear her sing a song or three with Tracy (!).  

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