We Have a Theory About Oprah

We Have a Theory About Oprah


The wait is finally over – we’re back for Season 3! This week, we look at the movie “Proud Mary” starring Taraji P. Henson as a jumping off point for the cultural moment that black women are having right now in pop culture. We run through a brief history of black women in movies and television and consider those who built the foundation for this moment. From Hattie McDaniel to Dorothy Dandridge to Whoopi Goldberg to Halle Berry, we consider what all of this means for how we discuss Oprah’s (possible) presidential run.

Discussed This Week:

“She’s Gotta Have It” (Netflix)

“The Case for the Subway” (Jonathan Mahler, New York Times Magazine)

Black Women Voters of Alabama

“Picturing Us: African American Identity in Photography” (Deb Willis)

Diahann Carroll (in “Julia”)

Pam Grier (in “Coffy”)

Oprah’s SNL Cold Open

“The Spector of Oprah Winfrey: Critical Black Female Spectorship“ (Terisha L. Stanley, 2007)



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Real Life Pitfalls Of Being An Indie Artist

Real Life Pitfalls Of Being An Indie Artist


We switched things up a bit for this week’s episode of The Str8OutDaDen Podcast. Instead of just having a conversation, we decided to open the lines conference call style for artist to ask questions at will.

We were joined by Spooks McGhie, Theo Tywan, G4 and J-Coop. We talk everything from indie artist pitfalls to time management.

This week’s episode is sponsored by LANDR. Show your support of the podcast by signing up for LANDR and receiving 2 FREE WAVS of your master. http://join.landr.com/sodd

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The Str8OutDaDen Podcast provides guidance to independent artists on their journey of surviving the indie circuit through cool conversations with industry professionals. You know the drill…sit back…Relax and Listen! New episodes of The Str8OutDaDen Podcast drops every Thursday.

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Episode 4: Perky Beginnings #All2018

Episode 4: Perky Beginnings #All2018


Have you ever wondered if a lot of relationships fail, because we all probably have a different definition of Love? Have you ever actually asked your partner what Love means to them, or do you just assume that the both of you are operating under the same definition?

Agenda:
-New Year Reflections and Thanks
-Uplifting Words
-Perky Perspectives Plans for 2018
-Send in suggestions, guest, or questions.
-Rate and subscribe

Subscribe and Follow Perky Perspectives on Social Media;

Facebook: Love Period Project
Twitter: @PerkysPod
Email: Perkyperspectivespod@gmail.com
Websites: perksofwellness.org

And for feminine hygiene product needs:
Tinyurl.com/loveperiodproject

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Does The G.O.A.T Tag Help or Hinder An Artist? EMA 152

Does The G.O.A.T Tag Help or Hinder An Artist? EMA 152


There was a dope ass video from MURS (for HipHopDX) where he talked about the price of having the GOAT tag. He asked is it more of a burden or a blessing. In fact, what specifically prompted him to talk about this, was all the criticism Eminem has been receiving for his latest album, Revival.

Big Therm and Rozay (J-Boss couldn’t join us) talked about it by asking three questions.
1 – Once you reach a certain level in the game where few have been, are there no more accolades to be had? Murs thinks so. He also says it leaves the door wide open for hate.

2 – Murs said “why wouldn’t Em get the top tier talent? Because he’s “Emin fuckin em” . He’s not trying to cross over and not trying to sell units, why wouldn’t he have that “same level of talent” on the album”? We asked, what is this “same level of talent” he speaks of?

3 – MURS says we must allow the greats to trust the process that got them there. We asked….”is he right”?

Tune in for this and of course the GAF (Give a F!ck) and YOTW (Yams of the Week) and all the other fuckery going on.

Socials

EMA Twitter @ema_radio1, IG@ema_radio, FB
Big Therm Twitter, IG, Snap
J-Boss Twitter @ema_jboss, IG
Rozay – No socials (because he’s a prick)

Remember to use #emaradio to keep the convo going on social.

For detailed show notes, visit emaradio.com/show152

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Afro-Latinx Femininity

Afro-Latinx Femininity


Rob & Sam are joined by guests Estephanie & Lina to discuss:

Bae(s) of The Week: Shears For Queers Barber @dezgotskills

Hoe(s) of the Week: Joel, Noelani, Megan, Randy, Sabblah & Rodicks entire family. As well as Akeem, Grace P & Antonnette C

Self Care Tips: Curate your social media feeds. Use the soft block when you need to.

Fuck That (Current Events): Begins @ 00:18:00 — Faulty A.I. keeps mistaking sand dunes for nudes, Elon Musk sex parties, How hospitals and racial biases are leading to fatal childbirths for black parents and mothers, Serena Williams birth complications, Ginuwine, India WIlloghby, Celbrity Big Brother & Transphobia

Fuck It (Topic of the Day): Begins @ 00:57:00 — A conversation with Lina & Estephanie of the Bag Ladies Podcast about being Afro Lantix Femmes, growing up Dominican, the term Latinx and language based gender binaries, what does Latinx identity mean in Latin America, finding your identity within academia, epxperiencing colorisism and racist amongst non black Latinx peers, discovering that you’re black, Domican Republic & racism, loving black culture and hating black people, Trullijo and whitening of the DR, the Perejil or Parsley massacre, trendy blackness, light skin and non black passing afro Latinx people acknowledging their privilege, Princess Nokia, Bruno Mars, Cameron Diaz, Gina Rodriguez, erasure of black Latinx femininity, exotifcation and exaggeration of black Latinx femininity, spicy Latina stereotypes, dating as a afro-latinx femme, Amara La Negra, Cardi B, giving problematic people the space to learn, 

Fuck Me (Our Lives): Begins @ 01:55:00 — Having sex dreams about people you don’t want to have sex with, entering into an open relationship with a black queer femme, fear of being the victim of a hate crime whilst in a queer relationship, #20GayTeen

Fuck You (Your Lives): Begins @ 01:05:00 — My live in ex and baby father wants to give “us” another try

RELEVANT LINKS AND NOTES

How Hospitals Are Failing Black Mothers: https://www.propublica.org/article/how-hospitals-are-failing-black-mothers

Bag Ladies Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/bgladies

http://bgladiez.tumblr.com/

WEBSITE

InnerHoeUprising.com

PAY A BITCH

Paypal.me/innerhoe

www.patreon.com/InnerHoeUprising

WRITE IN EMAIL

ihupodcast@gmail.com

MUSIC


Opening: “Queen S%!T” SheReal


Fuck That: “Krown Heights” PrinceShortyFly


Fuck It: “Party on the Weekend” King Kam X DVRKAMBR


Fuck Me: “Revenge (Of the Nerd) That Sat Behind You” PrinceShortyFly


Fuck You: “Chandelier” Dramangar


End: “Day Dream” Dramangar

ENGINEERING BY

http://wongtunes.com/

SOCIAL MEDIA

Inner Hoe Uprising| IG: @InnerHoeUprising | Twitter: @InnerHoeUprisin

Rob | Personal IG: @africanamerican.bootyscratcher | Art IG: @vanta.blaq

Sam | IG & Twitter: @slamridd | Snap: Samannerz

Bag Ladies | Twitter: @Bag_Ladiez | IG: @bgladiez

#podcast #black #woman #sex #feminist #womanist #Comedy #raunchy #afrolatinx


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Session 40: Do I Need a New Therapist?

Session 40: Do I Need a New Therapist?


The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves.

Have you ever wondered if you need to break up with your therapist? In today’s episode I share 3 ways to tell if it may be time to move on. I also answered an On the Porch Question from a listener looking for her first significant relationship.

If you’re looking for a therapist in your area, make sure to check out the Therapist directory at therapyforblackgirls.com/directory.

If you are a therapist and would like to list your practice information in the directory, visit therapyforblackgirls.com/beinglisted.

To join the Therapy for Black Girls Thrive Tribe therapyforblackgirls.com/tribe.

If you have questions or would like to discuss sponsorship opportunities, email us at podcast@therapyforblackgirls.com

To join the conversation on social media, use the hashtag #TBGinSession.

 

Please follow us:

Twitter: @therapy4bgirls

Instagram: @therapyforblackgirls

Facebook: @therapyforblackgirls


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