Episodes
Season 1 Episode 4: Fe'minite' Noir
Tashia Harris discusses the ways black femininity has been appropriated, co-opted and suppressed.
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Chereese Phillips discusses how genealogy and looking into our history and roots can impact black families. She shares tips for black people in search of their ancestry. Amena, Nikki & Chreese share stories from their families and their own journey with finding their roots.
3 Tips for black folks in the US doing family research:
1. Talk to your elders
2. Used the National Archives
3. Research Who owned your family
Listen to this episode for more details and tips!
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Season 1, Episode 2: Christianity Stole My Faith
Mambo Elizabeth Ruth explains aspects of some African Traditional religions. She discusses the ways slavery and faiths like Voodoo have shaped practices such as Hoodoo and Christianity. The hosts and guest share their experiences, both good and bad, with faith and the black church.
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Season, 1 Episode, 1: You Make Me Sick!​​​​​​​
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Dr. Lovie Jackson Foster talks about the connection between health outcomes in the black community and the oppression black people face. She makes the link between mental and physical illness and slavery. Dr. Jackson Foster outlines steps we can take to help guard our bodies and minds against a world that has traumatized us.
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B.W.A premieres 2/19/19 in the meantime enjoy our trailer.