Color Me Bad: Episode 18

Color Me Bad: Episode 18


We are finally BACK and so much to talk about, everything from skin bleaching, colorism, sexual harassment and male patriarchy.
A lot has been going on, so listen as Mo & Jay discuss the latest scandals hitting the headlines, including: Nivea skin lighting cream and Harvey Weinstein alleged “Hollywood sexual predator”, even House of Cards star Kevin Spacey.
Mo ponders the phenomenon of “band wagon outrage” and are we looking for racism even when it’s not there? With the recent Dove advert controversy, is social media justice passing judgement, before we have all the facts???
Highlights of the week include:
Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami, film documentary.
Eloquently Saying Nothing Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/esnpodcast

Advance apologies for the audio is Guy Fawkes Night so fireworks were going off!

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Music by:
Nangdo “1st 2 Know “


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Africlick Panel Discussion: Dating, Infidelity & “Dating Checklists”: Episode 17

Africlick Panel Discussion: Dating, Infidelity & “Dating Checklists”: Episode 17


On this week’s episode we are talking about Dating, Infidelity and “Dating Checklist”. To help with the discussion we have enlisted the help of Dayo, founder of Africlick a social discovery app for African and Caribbean professionals. Earlier this year Africlick hosted a panel discussion consisting of various dating experts who gave their unique views, advice and sometimes controversial prospective. Listen as hosts Mo and Jay, along with Dayo dissect some of the more contentious questions raised by the panel, including: “Are our significant other requirement checklist too long?” and “Do Africans/ Black people tolerate cheating more than other cultures?”
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website: www.africlick.co.uk registration is now open for new members.

The next black dating panel discussion is on 24 October- visit africlick.co.uk to pre register for event tickets.

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Black Women In Tv And Film: Episode 16

Black Women In Tv And Film: Episode 16


On this week’s episode we are talking about our favourite films and TV shows with a black female lead. Is American TV better at portraying diversity than British TV?
Love & Basketball vs. Brown Sugar debate.
Listen to Mo & Jay’s thoughts on new movie Girls Trip and why this is different from its predecessors. Also British Ghanaian artist Neequaye Dreph Dsane paintings around London and soul artist Omar at Jazz refreshed festival.
What are your favourite black British female leads?….let us know!
You can find our special guest Alex @alexanddrakeessie (twitter), @kesstagram (IG). Checkout her film “Canned atm”
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All is equal in love and pay …. Well maybe not: Episode 15

All is equal in love and pay …. Well maybe not: Episode 15


Mo & Jay are back after a short break. This week talking about racial bias in online dating and discuss the recent controversy around the Chanel 4 documentary “Is Love Racist?” which explores racism in Britain through modern dating apps.

Jay raises the issues of work base politics and why women bosses are referred to as being “catty”, whilst men are given the label of “go-getters”. Also the importance of after work drinks and “playing the game” to move up the career ladder.
Mo talks about working for men vs women, revealing her preference and touches upon on the scandal surrounding the BBC wage gap between men and women.

Our highlights of the week include:

The movie “Girls Trip”

Zanele Muholi, art exhibition

@BlackBritishBanter Instagram/ Facebook, highlighting Black British Positivity

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Music by:
Nangdo “1st 2 Know “
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My Pre Midlife Crisis: Episode 14

My Pre Midlife Crisis: Episode 14

Peer presure, the late glow-up, being a rebel….Is a Pre Midlife Crisis a real thing and should 30 something’s be concerned that it’s knocking around the corner? Listen in as Mo and Jay discuss the challenges of facing up to the reality that our 30’s may not have turned out as we planned. Plus the return of the new season of HBO’s Insecure…#teamLawrence or not, hot summer days in London and postal service in Nigeria are all on this episode’s podcast.

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Nangdo “1st 2 Know “
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At the heart of London: Episode 13

At the heart of London: Episode 13

London the city we live in and love, has been hit with tragedies over the past few weeks that has made us question our security and the fragility of life. Our hearts go out to all affected by the recent incidents across the country. Listen as Mo & Jay discuss the Grenfell Tower fire, London’s difficult relationship with gentrification, the UK elections, Amber Rose’s ‘feminist’ protest, UK tv show Love Island and more.

Men in rompers ‘romp-him’ ….yay or nay!

Things we talk about:

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/familiesofgrenfelltower

Hello

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Nangdo “1st 2 Know “
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