April 1, 2020

For this episode, Ty and Daphne discuss life, recent news, and politics. After catching up and celebrating Daphne’s recent dissertation defense (00:30), the hosts discuss “Oh Lawd” news (15:20), including an Austin company attempting to dock paychecks because of the st...

March 25, 2020

 

True crime television shows and podcasts have taken the world by storm. However, the stories of Black people who have been victimized are often ignored and underreported in this landscape. For today’s episode, we interview Candice Gaines, the host of Crime Noir, a pod...

March 22, 2020

 

Archaeologist are essential to our understanding of human culture and activity throughout history. Unfortunately, people of African descent remain underrepresented in the field. For today’s episode, we discuss the importance of Black archaeologists in preserving negle...

March 11, 2020

Building on last week’s discussion about the Black travel movement, today’s episode focuses on what it means to make the world our classroom. Specifically, we interview Sojourner White, a MSW candidate studying international Social Work and the founder of Sojournies, a...

March 4, 2020

 

Within recent years, the Black travel movement has gained momentum with the rise of black-owned agencies aimed at making international travel both accessible and affordable. For today’s episode, we interview Dr. Christopher L. Daniels, the cofounder of Motherland Conn...

February 26, 2020

For this episode, Ty and Daphne discuss life, recent news, and politics. After catching up (00:30), the hosts discuss “Oh Lawd” news (04:20), including a case of mistaken identity (4:41), a band-aid on a bullet wound (7:40), freak accidents at Mardi Gras (9:17), a forc...

February 19, 2020

 

Over the years, the natural hair movement has encouraged women of African descent to embrace and celebrate their kinky, curly hair. For today’s topic, we explore the stories behind Black women’s crowns of glory by interviewing St. Clair Detrick-Jules, the author of De...

February 12, 2020

Theatre has always played an important role in the expression of African American culture. However, when discussing this art form, we rarely get a look at the actors behind the stage who help make the production come to life. For today’s episode, we explore the art and...

February 5, 2020

From afros to braids and locs, Black hairstyles have long been an expression of beauty, individuality, and resistance in the Black community. For today’s episode, we also explore the link between Black hair and self-care by interviewing Dr. Afiya Mbilishaka, a therapis...

January 29, 2020

For this episode, Ty and Daphne discuss recent news and politics. After catching up on life (00:30), the hosts discuss “Oh Lawd” news, including a case of attending class while Black (3:50), an airport money seizure (6:32), the 2020 retail apocalypse (10:35), the coron...

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