This week I answer if it's ok to compliment a black woman on her dark skin color. Mentioned on this episode: Questions: email@example.com or askablackchick.com Shop! www.thriftedrich.com and USE CODE BLACKCHICK for 10% off (just for yall) IG: askablackchck and thriftedrich
This week we answer the question: Do black people feel the pressure of racism in their everyday life? Links mentioned: @thriftedrich on Instagram + FB thriftedrich.com to sign up for email subscriber exclusive presale
This week's question is a GOOD one! Anonymous wants to know how to encourage her black niece to love her hair instead of obsessing over her aunt's white hair. Links mentioned: Thrifted Rich: @thriftedrich on IG and FB, thriftedrich.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Submit questions: https://youngfabulousandnatural.com/ask-a-black-chick/ Music featured: Danielle Martin, Wanderlust (album), The Wanted (song): https://soundcloud.com/danielle-martin/sets/wanderlust
We are back! This week I tell you about where I've been (love life. work. family. alladat!) and answer the question of is it ok to use racial slurs in an academic setting? A few links to what I mentioned on the episode: IG: @askablkchk Email: email@example.com IG for thrifting shop online: @thriftedrich (thriftedrich.com) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Thrifted Rich is an online thrift store of hand selected items chosen specifically to elevate your style without draining your pockets.
On this episode, I share how someone confused Aretha Franklin's passing with Diana Ross actually being the one that passed. I answer the question from anonymous: is it cultural appropriation of she wears 3 straight back cornrow braids? hmmm... This week's outro music is by @rononeal with the song titled Kilo. You can find him on Soundcloud and Youtube. Rate, Review, Share!
This week I tell you about this strange experience in a bar with my friends that are in an interracial marriage (apparently that's still appalling to some) and instead of a question, I switch things up. I list 3 reasons why diversity is important for you and your kids (now or future). This week's outro music is by @DarkwaveAezey here on Soundcloud and Youtube. The song is Tip Toe from her latest project titled Darkwave Chronicles. Don't forget to share this episode and like, rate, and review...
In this episode, I talk to you about the importance of letting go of pettiness and accepting gratitude. I answer Anon's question, is it ever ok for white people to criticize or weigh in on black culture or actions? Music is by @JeansShepherd on Soundcloud, Twitter, and the gram! Song title: Burnden
This week I tell you about my awkward office job moment that I had to go through (you don't wanna miss that) and answer Natasha's question: is it ok to compliment a black woman's hair or is it offensive and oppressive? This musical artists on the outro this week is my boo thang Melyrix with his song Amnesia! If you like what you hear, you can find more his music on Soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/mel-lyrix).
I am back with a new episode and despite my piss poor record, I am here to stay. On this episode, I update you on my life and everything new that is going on with me from my year of sobriety to my new man. I answer an anonymous question about triggering a friend of color and what to do to rebound. Finally, our amazing exit music is brought to you by Anika. You can find her here on Soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/anika-k) and on IG (@anikaaaamusic) and everywhere else...
This week we talk about Stephon Clark and his untimely murder by Sacramento, CA police. The new app in development by Jay Z and Diddy to connect people to black owned business. We answer Tara's question of when to speak up and when to shut up when her black husband expresses his disdain for black women and culture.
We are back in action! This episode I catch up on the headlines from the last month and answer the question of choosing between my race and gender when it comes to movements like feminism and Black Lives Matter.
This week, I chat about the H&M debacle and Trump referring to Haiti and African countries as "shitholes". I answer an anonymous troll question in honor of the ultimate troll, our president. If you would like your music to be featured or want to submit a question, email me! email@example.com.
This week I answer the question (and read the answers of others) of why black women profess that they don't need a man. Also, I share my 2017 in rewind and tell you what's coming up for me in 2018. Lastly, the outro music this week is by rapper Chris Prythm and the song is Get Money. Find his music here on Soundcloud, iTunes, Google, and more. To have your music featured on your question answer, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org TODAY! Links below: Google Music -...
This week we answer Emmaline's question of how to style her tappered 4b natural (and blonde) hair cut. Also, I share my New Year Resolutions (tell me yours!). The outro is by the artist Jaibee and the song is Save Your Love For Me (listen to her entire project here https://soundcloud.com/loving_v_virginia) Happy Holidays friends!
This week we talk about the first black royal family princess, Libya slavery crisis, Cyntoia Brown. I update you on laundromat bae (wannabe) and answer the question of how a white teacher should address black students using blackness as insults. Plus: Original music by Danielle Martin at the end. You don't want to miss it!
This week I talk about the idiot players from UCLA, Meek Mill's shady judge, and the triumph of Cards Against Humanity creators. I update you on laundromat bae (see episode 8) and answer the simple but in depth question, what is a slur.
In this week's episode, I chat about Meek Mill heading back to prison, Tyrese fake crying for his daughter, my own custody woes, and answer a question submitted by Anon; are people of other races attracted to each other?
This week I answer Kelly's question about if she offended her black friend when she asked her for a braiding shop recommendation even though her black friend never has her hair braided. I also give you my opinion on the roommate from hell at University of Hartford and share an embarrassing story from this week.