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! firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com 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.
In this episode, I talk to you about the Kardashian/Jenner pregnancy rumors, why taking a knee is so important, and Wendy's cheating husband. I share my high point of the week (my son's almost 5!) and my low point (escaping a love triangle). I answer a question about how to honor a lineage that points back to a history of people of color when you are white. Where's the line between appreciating and appropriating.
On this week's episode, we talk about the Kevin Hart cheating scandal, Issa Rae's awesome Emmy red carpet interview, and my incredible anxiety surrounded around losing my mom at 12 years old and how that has changed my interactions in relationships. Finally, but most importantly, we answer the tired ass question about why white people need to stay away from saying "the N word", even when singing karaoke!
In this episode, we talk about the major #blackgirlmagic success of Issa Rae and Rihanna as they shake up the make up industry. We chat about the terrible death of the 19 year old girl Kenneka Jenkins of Chicago. I tell you about my single mom dating woes and my new diet. And lastly, but most importantly, we answer Selene's question about the angry black women stereotype and why it seems so prevalent in her work place.
In this episode, we chat about the hurricane that is rolling towards Florida, Munroe Bergdorf being fired from LOreal, and #BeyDay! I tell you about my week, the high points (yay coparenting) and the low points (boo friends). Lastly, but most importantly, we answer Christina's question about if she should use the term #blackgirlmagic even though she is white though she is an ally.
In this debut episode, I introduce myself and the show to all of you. We dive into some current events like Hurricane Harvey, my disappointment with the VMAs, and how absolutely crazy Insecure was last week. We then get to Valerie's question this week about how she should handle a student with special needs blurting our a racial comment in class. Lastly, there is something special at the very end just for you!