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CW: Sexual violence. Since the 1970s, Loretta J. Ross has been an instrumental activist in the fight for 'Reproductive Justice', a framework she and her colleagues created in 1994 that went beyond the pro-choice and pro-life debate. She has worked as the Director of the Women of Color Program for the National Organization for Women, the program director of the Black Women's Health Imperative the director of projects for the National Anti-Klan Network, and is an author and professor as well. Today Loretta will share some of her prolific personal and political journey and what it has taught her about the importance of solidarity, about how we create a strong movement genuinely dedicated to working together even when it's difficult to do. Take a class, buy a book, and learn more about Loretta J. Ross at lorettajross.com Donate to SisterSong at sistersong.net Become a Patron and support our show! American Hysteria is written, produced, and hosted by Chelsey Weber-Smith Produced by Miranda Zickler Sound design by Clear Commo Studios Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Friends & Kin, it's still summertime. I am still resting, mentally preparing for the upcoming school year. Taking good care of myself is a priority - gotta "walk it like i talk it"! This episode is another one of my Top 10 most listened to episodes! I hope you enjoy it and MAKE SURE YOU STICK AROUND FOR THAT STRAIGHT FACTS QUESTION - it's SOME KIND OF WILD! God bless each of you and enjoy this oldie but goodie!________________________________________________________________________________________Hey Friends & Kin! In this episode we are talking about friendship, sisterhood, Molly & Issa and a whole lot of other dope ish. TUNE IN!!!Friendship - a close association between two people marked by feelings of care, respect, admiration, concern, or even love.This episode I am drinking on Green Pu'erh Tea! I have to say it's the best pu'erh I've ever had! Usually pu'erh is YUCKY and too heavy, but this is nice. I'm pleased. Auntie MeMe's jam this episode is, "What About Your Friends" by TLC. Our question for Straight Facts is A HUM DINGER & comes to us from Ms. LaVeaux of Las Vegas! Hey Girl Hey!Auntie MeMe's JamSouthern University - "What About Your Friends?" Erykah Badu vs. Jill Scott | VERZUZGirlTrekSeason 4 Friendship Recap - Molly & IssaSeason 4 Friendship Decline Recap - Molly & IssaI would love, love, LOVE if you would please submit questions for the"Straight Facts" segment, as well as photos, stories & quotes of/about your favorite or NOT SO FAVORITE auntie to: firstname.lastname@example.org - using #STRAIGHTFACTS as the subject line._______ Listen. Subscribe. Rate. Review.Apple Podcasts.Stitcher.Spotify.Google Podcasts.Pandora.I love you guys so much & I'm honored to share my time & energy with you – ESPECIALLY IF YOU KEEP COMING BACK! I can't wait until the next time we get to do this again! And as always, "Thank you for your support..."(said exactly like the 80s Bartles and Jaymes commercials)xoxoMeMe***************J O I N * T H E * S Q U A DInstagramFacebookTwitterHAND ME MY PURSE. SPOTIFY PLAYLIST***************Music: Gloomy Tunez
While the ladies of FTBW are busy life-ing today, enjoy this Sunday Replay. With gas, homes and inflation being the way it is currently, we felt this was a great time to talk about keeping your coins. Living below your means is an essential skill to obtaining financial freedom. It's a safe haven in case ish happens. And trust and believe, it will. Join us as we discuss how to become a reformed Brokeisha NoFunds by living below your means.MERCH IS HERE!! MERCH IS HERE!! Shop at www.fulltimeblackwoman.com for our latest available merch!Check out our YouTube channel and remember to subscribe!!Catch up on some of our many articles on our Blog !! Like and follow our page on Facebook, “Full-Time Black Woman” Follow us on Instagram @fulltimeblackwomanFollow us on Twitter @FTblackwoman***********************************************************************************************************BUZZSPROUT LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/buzzsprout/***********************************************************************************************************INSTACART LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/instacart/
This week, host Farai Chideya interviews longtime TV and film producer and now co-director of the Sundance award-winning documentary Aftershock, Tonya Lewis Lee and one of the film's featured subjects, reproductive justice advocate Shawnee Benton-Gibson. Benton-Gibson's daughter died in October 2019 after giving birth – one more fatality in a long epidemic of Black maternal mortality. Farai also speaks to Lewis Lee one-on-one about how her work in media and experience as a children's author led to her work as a maternal health advocate. Then, in our weekly segment Sippin' the Political Tea, Farai interviews legal analyst and NYU Law professor Melissa Murray and University of Pennsylvania Ph.D History candidate Kimberly St. Julian-Varnon about the impact and implications of the highly politicized conviction of WNBA star Brittney Griner in Russia.
You can have all the plans, skills and goals in the world and none of that will matter when you have a traumatic experience at work. Maybe the trauma is stemming from a bad boss, a not so nice email you received or maybe it's that you've been passed over for promotion. Regardless of what's causing your trauma what I want to discuss today is how to get out of the cycle that keeps you stuck, reexperiencing trauma and believing this is all there is.
In this episode, I speak with Ashley Reed about style versatility, street fashion, an outfit inspired by The Fresh Prince, her first pair of Jordans, why she used to argue with her mom about her outfits, using fashion to make friends, her top 3 sneakers, finding balance between comfort and style, while working from home, style as motivation, and much more! Give this episode a listen, rate BSA on Apple and Spotify, and share it with a friend. Follow Ashley on Instagram. In this episode she mentions: Jordan Bred 11s Off-White Jordan 2s White Air Force 1s Joe Fresh Goods Inside Voices Penny Cookie Pink Pleasures Circulate Joe Fresh Goods Nina Chanel x Jordan Follow BSA on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blackstyleanecdotes/ Like BSA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blackstyleanecdotes Visit the BSA website: https://www.blackstyleanecdotes.com
I was intentional about not speaking about The Slap but here we are months later, and the slap is still "traumatizing people" while the overturning of Roe V Wade has not even blipped their radar!It's not a secret that we are a culture that is celebrity obsessed but when many people are loud about a slap between two grown men and silent about the taking away of the fundamental rights of women to choose what happens to their body, then Houston we have a problem!Two issues that seems unrelated, but to me is a blatant look at the priorities of our culture, the things the news cycle deems important and the bombard us with so that we can be distracted from what is happening and what we should not only be outraged about but marching for!If you enjoy the Sit Down with Suzanne podcast, please consider supporting the show by buying me a coffee at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PositivelySuzie. I love to hear from you for please consider writing a review on whatever platform you listened on or send me an email at email@example.com. Follow me on Instagram @positivelysuzanne to keep up with the latest news and upcoming events for the Positively Suzanne brand and the Sit Down With Suzanne podcast. Support the show
For Summer Replay 2022, we've taken three conversations from our past season; each of these women are unique musicians in their own right and we're so glad they were on our show. Bonnie Raitt is a living legend who zoomed by talk all about her recent album, And Just Like That, and so much more. Rhian Teasdale from Wet Leg (one of the hottest bands of the year) spoke to us from a hotel at an exciting time for the band that she and Hester Chambers formed on the Isle of Wight just a few years ago. Yola has journeyed from Bristol, UK, to Nashville, USA, where she set Music City on fire with Walk Through Fire album, and recent big statement, Stand For Myself. For updates on Record Store Day events and programs go to RecordStoreDay.com. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley. Please subscribe wherever you get podcasts, and follow Paul Myers on Twitter: @pulmyears (he often tweets about the show!)
In this episode we discuss the the model minority, the acceptable minority that allows themselves to be controlled and puppeteered. Case and point Rishi Sunak down to the final two in his bid to be Conservative Leader and the next Prime Minister. Note, what happens in government is mirrored in the work place.*This episode includes x1 dilemma Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @toya_w (#ToyaTalksPodcast) Snapchat: @toyawashington Instagram: @toya_washington & @toya_talks YouTube: At Home With Toya https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbXlRNLSYLuA9GbPB8cUYvQ www.toyatalks.com https://toyatalks.com/
This week Angel and Zoha do some healthy self reflection around their healing journey so far.Join us on Facebook, Instagram & Tiktok. Send your questions for us & requests to be on the show to email@example.comPlease leave us a review where you listen.Questions for self reflection:At this point in your life what does self awareness look like?If you could choose an age what would you say to that younger version of self?Have you had a soulmate experience and what did you learn?What is your least favorite part of your healing journey?What book/movie has helped you the most in your journey so far?If you could heal one person in your family who would of be and why?If you could speak to one person from the past who is it and what what you discuss?What's it like to be loved by you?Have you witnessed a miracle? What was it?What's a success you are most proud of on your healing journey?What's the hardest lesson you've learned so far?Describe yourself in five words?Support the show
We're taking a week off from talking specifically about season 5 to take a musical journey through Community! It's time for a very special episode with very special guests.Jenn's joined by her trusty chaos coordinator Chels (@Chels725) and first-time guest: Emmy-nominated A Black Lady Sketch Show writer, Alrinthea Carter (@alrinthea)! Listen in as the trio discusses everything from "Somewhere Out There" to a pitch-perfect Glee spoof, rapping, and trying to pronounce Ludwig Göransson.Enjoy the episode, friends!Our recommended media:A Black Lady Sketch Show (HBO/HBO Max)Gordita Chronicles (HBO Max; tragically cancelled after 1 season)Atlanta (FX)Obi-Wan Kenobi (Disney+)Crush (Hulu)Fire Island (Hulu)Donate if you can to the Loveland Therapy Fund for Black Women and Girls!
Hello Beautiful Black Woman, Let's talk a smidge about legalism and how the pressure or influence to do everything by the book is what prevents you from allowing yourself grace. Write this quote down in your journal or stick it on your wall with a post-it: "Allow grace - not legalism - to be the foundation for your practice (Peter Scazzero). If you are curious about the book I mentioned, view it here* -> Emotionally Healthy Spirituality . **************************** This episode has graciously been sponsored by Fitbeads a company that offers self-care waistbeads handmade by Black artisans in Ghana. Treat yo'self and get 20% off when you visit www.fitbeads.co and enter code BGSC20 at checkout. *BGSC is an Amazon affiliate and as such, I may be paid a small fee if you purchase from the booklink above.
Today's guest is Dr. Tara T. Green author of Love, Activism, and the Respectable Life of Alice Dunbar-Nelson as well as See Me Naked: Black Women Defining Pleasure During the Interwar Era. Dr. Green joined me today to talk about black women throughout history, both known and unknown, who brought forth different perspectives, and whose stories remain relevant today. Read the Transcript Support the Podcast Follow on Facebook Dr. Green's Links: Site Order from Black Owned Indie Bookstores Ad Links: ShePodcasts Tidewater Sandals Intuitive Readings with Lindsey Kluin
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We've decided to make Sippin' & Tippin' its own show. This way you don't miss the tips and we get to give you more in-depth responses. Today's question comes from a social media post in a group Esha Belle came across. Please let us know what you think about the question and our advice. Send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org. MERCH IS HERE!! MERCH IS HERE!! Shop at www.fulltimeblackwoman.com for our latest available merch!Check out our YouTube channel and remember to subscribe!!Catch up on some of our many articles on our Blog !! Like and follow our page on Facebook, “Full-Time Black Woman” Follow us on Instagram @fulltimeblackwomanFollow us on Twitter @FTblackwoman***********************************************************************************************************BUZZSPROUT LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/buzzsprout/***********************************************************************************************************INSTACART LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/instacart/
Podcast hosts Ekemini Uwan and Christina Edmondson discuss their book, "Truth's Table: Black Women's Musings on Life, Love, and Liberation" with Faithfully Magazine Associate Editor Timothy Isaiah Cho. The "Truth's Table" book is described as “a collection of essays and stories documenting the lived theology and spirituality we need to hear in order to lean into a more freeing, loving, and liberating faith…” Learn more at faithfullymagazine.com. (Originally recorded March 2022)
Ashley Shelton, Founder, President and CEO of the Power Coalition says many Black women, are disappointed in what's happened to them since the 2020 Presidential election. Despite, playing a decisive role in the election, they "have less rights than our grandparents had", says Shelton. But that's about to change.
FYI Friends & Kin, it's RETRO EPISODE TIME AGAIN! It's the summertime and Sis needs some moments of REST. Taking good care of myself is a priority - gotta "walk it like i talk it"! This episode is so necessary right now, as it hits on the importance of PROTECTING BLACK WOMEN. Breonna Taylor. Britney Griner. The fight is not over. PROTECT. BLACK. WOMEN.God bless each of you and enjoy this oldie but goodie!______________________________________________________________________________________________________Hey Friends & Kin! This conversation is all about dating during this current global pandemic. What are folks doing? I get some insight from women AND men, from all backgrounds – including those in different types of relationships. I also address the situation w/Meg the Stallion & He Who Shall Not Be Named. Auntie MeMe's Jam for this episode is, "Come Through and Chill " by Miguel.The following quote from We Got To Do Better comes from The Storyteller - an app created by Morgan Harper Nichols“You are free to hope - there is more to come. You have been waiting for so long. You have been waiting for answers, longing for closure for the things that shattered your heart. Breathe deep and trust: grace will meet you on the journey toward healing. Grace will meet you on the journey of discovering who it is that you were meant to be in this season. It's okay if you don't get it right all the time. It's okay if you don't get everyone's approval. Decide whose wisdom you will listen to and let the other voices disappear into the background.” Auntie MeMe's JamFarrah Camu – Come Through and ChillDownload The Storyteller AppDemand Justice for Breonna TaylorSupport The Struggle Against Police Brutality_______ Listen. Subscribe. Rate. Review.Apple Podcasts.Stitcher.Spotify.Google Podcasts.Pandora.I love you guys so much & I'm honored to share my time & energy with you – ESPECIALLY IF YOU KEEP COMING BACK! I can't wait until the next time we get to do this again! And as always, "Thank you for your support..."(said exactly like the 80s Bartles and Jaymes commercials)xoxoMeMe *****************J O I N * T H E * S Q U A DInstagramFacebookTwitterHAND ME MY PURSE. SPOTIFY PLAYLIST*********************Music: Gloomy Tunez
The picture of gun ownership in this country has changed. Black women are the fastest growing group of gun owners in America and make up the majority of the 40,000 members of the National African-American Gun Association. Why are we seeing this now? Because they feel an increased need to be secure. The deaths of African-Americans due to police brutality and violent acts by white supremacists fuel their need to protect themselves. Joining us from the Cleveland chapter of Chicks Who Carry is Renetta Atterbury.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Evangelical Christian women of colour were the kingmakers in Brazil's last presidential election. In May, a corruption conviction that barred the former left wing President from running was quashed on a technicality. And the stage is now set for an epic election showdown where experts say it's women of colour who will have the deciding vote. But after four years in power, will they turn a blind eye to Jair Bolsonaro's comments that some consider misogynistic and racist? In ‘The Bible, Black women and Brazil', Lebo Diseko travels to Brazil for Heart and Soul from the BBC World Service, to find out if their vote may deliver the President his second victory.
This week, Our Body Politic re-airs a timely episode from November 2021. Host Farai Chideya talks with author and China expert Leta Hong Fincher about how feminists face up to the country's authoritarian regime and the similarities with gender-equality struggles in the U.S. Sixto Cancel, CEO of the non-profit Think of Us, shares his experience in the foster care system and what their organization is doing to reform it. Chef Kia Damon explains why she prefers the term “food apartheid.” On Sippin' the Political Tea, Farai dives into the details of saving for retirement as Black women with Michelle Singletary of the Washington Post and Gwen McKinney of the media platform Unerased: Black Women Speak.
Ah..."Commitment"What comes up for you when you hear that word? Does it provide comfort and a steady knowing? Does it make you slightly cringe with a coat of apprehension? A mix of both?Why?If you find yourself pondering the above, give this episode a listen so you can see what comes up for you and find your "Why"?This Episode's Agenda:Is always to DIC' it down. Define, Impact, Cope. This episode we attempt to break down what commitment is, why we should even do it, the role it has played in our lives in the past/ present, and how we cope with it in the future.We make each section clearly know so that you can follow along and have this conversation with us, with others, with yourself, so feel free to pause where you see fit to give you time to write, journal, or just reflect…or just keep listening…do you!Oh, and as always, if you vibe, we tribe! So, don't hesitate to reach out to us. We have exciting things in the works!We love to engage with Y'all, so be sure to let us know what you think or simply keep in touch by following us here:Business Email: email@example.comComments/share Mess: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: @itsamesssispodcastFacebook: itsamesssispodcastTwitter: @itsamesssisYouTube: It's a Mess, Sis! (search for us!)This episode: https://youtu.be/mz0fDzgkD74
“This started off as a conversation about Beyoncé,” says host Brittany Packnett Cunningham, “but like her music, it became about so many other things: the evolution of womanhood, our queer siblings, spiritual sexuality and giving Black women their things.” So settle in and listen to legendary music writer Danyel Smith, NPR reporter Ayesha Rascoe, and theologian Candice Benbow talk about it all—from the politics of Beyoncé to why her music means so much right now. There are belly laughs, tears, and moments of deep acknowledgment. But first, this week's UNtrending news. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This meditation is an affirmational one that will take you from doing nothing to doing more. Building your confidence up knowing that you can do anything is key when you have life happening and things to get done. Take this mediation as a start to sustaining your current actions as well as starting new ones. Needing your own custom guided meditation? Head over to http://www.thespiritdoctor.love. #ManifestingYou #dopeASSness #BlackMenandWomenMeditateToo #TheSpiritDoctor
In this episode, I chat with Shanai Walker about her "eclectic New York street chick" style, her more recent interest into the technical and historical aspects of fashion, her mom as her first stylist, her favorite trends, why she has 40 tubes of MAC lipstick, a love of sample sales, boho home decor, where to get good bras, and much more! Give this episode a listen, rate BSA on Apple and Spotify, and share it with a friend. Follow Shanai on Instagram. In this episode she mentions: Louis Vuitton Brandon Blackwood Anima Iris Zara ASOS 260 Sample Sale Chantelle Montelle Intimates Figs Follow BSA on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blackstyleanecdotes/ Like BSA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blackstyleanecdotes Visit the BSA website: https://www.blackstyleanecdotes.com
The Turn On uses literary erotica to explore the intricacies of having sex while Black, via a mix of storytelling, humor and frank talk that centers the lived experiences of Black women, femmes and gender nonconforming people. This week, we're revisiting Season 2, Quickie 3 of The Turn On. In this bonus episode of The Turn On, Erica and Kenrya cast a few of this season's books with known and unknown stars.You can find full show notes, a transcript and links to everything we mentioned on this episode at https://www.theturnonpodcast.com/transcripts/season-5-double-dippin-s2-q3-the-casting-couch.Connect With The Turn OnWebsite: http://www.theturnonpodcast.comInstagram: @TheTurnOnPodcastTwitter: @TheTurnOnPodFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheTurnOnPodcast/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheTurnOnPodcastPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheTurnOn?fan_landing=trueMerch: https://teespring.com/stores/the-turn-on-podcastSupport the show
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, talks about Black Women with Guns and welcomes guest Helen Higginbotham. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gloria-j-browne-marshall/support
Hey well read baddies! We're back on and poppin today with the first episode to kick off our official countdown to season 3! Hear some updates on Sam and Lana's lives, new season updates, a limited edition merch drop, and BEYONCE?! We love to see it all! Tune in and share with a friend! We can't wait to hear from you! :) Please send any questions or comments about this episode to email@example.com or use the form at the bottom of the SWR Podcast page: https://shewellread.com/podcast/. Follow SHE WELL READ! TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeDCLdTX/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shewellread/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/shewellread More Links: https://msha.ke/shewellread
In this episode we discuss a dilemma received in the mailbox. A fellow Black Queen sent an email to her line manager correcting the continued mispronunciation of her name. Her email was ignored, after following up for a response she then received a meeting in the diary from HR labelled 'Private and Confidential'.Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @toya_w (#ToyaTalksPodcast) Snapchat: @toyawashington Instagram: @toya_washington & @toya_talks YouTube: At Home With Toya https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbXlRNLSYLuA9GbPB8cUYvQ www.toyatalks.com https://toyatalks.com/
This week Angel and Zoha dive into some of the past week's shenanigans and the second deadly sin Greed. Join us on Tiktok, Instagram and Facebook.Send topics, questions and requests to email@example.comPlease write us reviews where you listen! Support the show
#blackgirlmagic #vevo #vlog Email the podcast: firstname.lastname@example.org https://cash.app/$BlackConsciousnes Join us as we have a conversation, an ADULT DISCUSSION, about something that was at one time irregular in our village that has recently become the norm. Married Black women, have found it commonplace to have their extramarital relationships at their place of employment. This has become so "normal," that certain industries, have become headquarters for entanglements. For Catherine*, 26, cheating on her long-term boyfriend with a work colleague came about out of dissatisfaction with her life outside of the office. ‘I was lonely,' she tells Metro.co.uk. ‘I was unhappy in the relationship, in part because he had cheated on me previously, but also unhappy just in general. ‘I started seeing work as the place where I was having fun and I could be my best self. ‘I think all that excitement about my job and the escape from home meant I fell hard for the guy I worked with.' The affair started with a kiss in the back of a taxi after work drinks, then Catherine went on to have sex with her coworker regularly in secret. Eventually she broke up with her partner (without him ever finding out what was happening) and went on to date her colleague. ‘There was definitely an element of “this is naughty” to it, that did make it more exciting,' she adds. ‘But we did end up dating for a while after that, so it was more than just the forbidden fruit thing.' Catherine's situation certainly isn't a rarity. Workplace affairs are incredibly common, with stats suggesting that 65% of office workers have had a relationship with someone at work, and while only 19% of employees admit to cheating with a colleague, 44% say they have known coworkers who had affairs at work or on business trips. ‘What is seen is just the tip of the iceberg,' says psychotherapist, relationship expert, and author of the Relationship Paradigm books, Neil Wilkie. ‘Affairs are not just physical. There are also emotional affairs, where there is a sharing of deep personal information as well as inappropriate messaging and conversations.' So tune in to our conversation as we give our take on this matter from the village point of view! Thanks! RBCF! Follow Us On: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Prest_St_BigVJInstagram: https://instagram.com/realblackco... Youtube: https://youtube.com/user/detroitrocFB: https://facebook.com/RealBlackConscio.. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/realblackforum/message
On this week's episode, Simi and Feyikemi discuss the recent Recording Academy article on Afrobeats, Nigerian women doing amazing things around the world and Portable's disqualification from The Headies. They also put you on to their favourite shows and songs right now!Make sure you listen to the playlist - F&S Rotations Apple Music and Spotify, updated weekly.Send fan mail & enquiries to: email@example.comFollow us on Twitter & Instagram
TMLG chats with prolific author, Deesha Philyaw, about the various ways we wield joy as Black women and writers. The two explore how Black joy shows up in the creation of characters as well as how creatives, in particular, live and work. Visit Deesha at: www.deeshaphilyaw.com Visit TMLG and HeARTtalk online at: IG - @hearttalkwithtracey & @tmlgwriter FB- https://www.facebook.com/hearttalkwithtracey Get your copy of Black Joy: Stories of Resistance, Resilience, and Restoration wherever books are sold! Including Black bookstores Click HERE to buy.
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn a constitutional right to an abortion is expected to have a disproportionate impact on Black women and other women of color, who have traditionally faced overwhelming costs and logistical obstacles in obtaining reproductive healthcare, experts said.The reversal of Roe v Wade allows state governments to decide whether an abortion is legal. While some states have recently reaffirmed the right to an abortion, 26 states are likely or certain to ban abortion in most or all circumstances.MERCH IS HERE!! MERCH IS HERE!! Shop at www.fulltimeblackwoman.com for our latest available merch!Check out our YouTube channel and remember to subscribe!!Catch up on some of our many articles on our Blog !! Like and follow our page on Facebook, “Full-Time Black Woman” Follow us on Instagram @fulltimeblackwomanFollow us on Twitter @FTblackwoman***********************************************************************************************************BUZZSPROUT LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/buzzsprout/***********************************************************************************************************INSTACART LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/instacart/
Today, Dr. Sarah Shubeck and Dr. Kyra Nicholson, two surgeons on breast cancer and how we might begin to correct the disparities that exist between black and white patients when it comes to breast cancer. They'll get into the different kinds of breast cancer and treatments that exist, and why it's so challenging to decrease one's risk for the disease. You'll also hear what inspired them to pursue careers in breast cancer surgery, and their own personal wisdom on patient care.Dr. Sarah Shubeck is an Assistant Professor in the Department of General Surgery. She is a Breast Surgical Onocologist specializing in breast surgery, cancer, and benign disease treatment. In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Shubeck is also a passionate researcher. She's examined how to improve the value and quality of surgical care as well as exploring treatment effectiveness of patients with breast cancer. Her research has been published in many journals including Cancer, JAMA Surgery, and Annals of Surgical Oncology.Dr. Kyra Nicholson is a general surgery resident at UChicago Medicine. She is currently conducting research on clinical outcomes of breast surgery. Dr. Nicholson attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Southern Illinois University for medical school prior to her residency.“Deep Cuts: Exploring Equity in Surgery” comes to you from the Department of Surgery at UChicago Medicine. Our host is Dr. Jen Vigneswaran. Our senior producer is Tony Liu. Our producer and editors include Alia Abiad, Caroline Montag, Nihar Raama, and Nitin Vidyasagar. Our podcast cover art comes to you from Pombie Silverman, episode art from Sam Higgins, and music from Sen Morimoto off of Sooper Records. A special thanks this week to Julian Owens. Find more about our work at surgery.uchicago.edu.
A new play being staged in eastern Iowa that tells the story of a family caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease hits close to home for its cast and crew.
Today, in episode 594, our expert Infectious Disease Doctor and Community Health Specialist discuss what you need to know about Public Health. We talk about how uterine cancer rates are rising for black women, as well as how vaccinations may not protect against long COVID. As always, join us for all the Public Health information you need, explained clearly by our health experts. Website: NoiseFilter - Complex health topics explained simply (noisefiltershow.com) Animations: NoiseFilter - YouTube Instagram: NoiseFilter (@noisefiltershow) • Instagram photos and videos Facebook: NoiseFilter Show | Facebook TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@noisefiltershow --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/noisefilter/message
Author and top music journalist Danyel Smith discusses her newest book, Shine Bright: A Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop. Speaking to Quest' and Team Supreme, Danyel shares some fascinating bits from the book, memories from her time leading VIBE magazine, and anecdotes writing about Whitney Houston, Tupac Shakur, and Arrested Development.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Jordan and Leticia interview playwright Pearl Cleage. They discuss the way she has navigated her career as a Black feminist/womanist playwright often working in Black spaces; how she found her home in Atlanta, Georgia; and her most recent play, Angry, Raucous, and Shamelessly Gorgeous.
Whiskey of the night: Mercer + Prince Cigar of the night: Black Star Line War Witch Are "Modern Black Women" marriage material or is the crop of black men just not good enough. We speak on the ways of the modern woman and figure out if they're detrimental to relationships. Do Modern Women view a husband and children as an accessory. Do modern woman display masculine energy?
Aftershock directors Tonya Lewis Lee and Paula Eiselt talk to Molly Jong-Fast about why Black women are more likely to die than their white counterparts after giving birth. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Joy. Freedom. Resilience. We kick off a summer playlist project with Danyel Smith's selections from the Black women who have defined pop. From Phillis Wheatley to Beyoncé, read more about Danyel's picks in her new book, Shine Bright: A Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop. Playlist curation will begin this Sunday on Spotify, so record a voice memo with your playlist recommendation (and the story that inspired it) and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org to have your song included. *Starting this week, we are publishing individual segments from each live episode. Listen back earlier this week for another segment talking about finding purpose through service with YA author, Jason Reynolds. Companion listening for this episode: Jason Reynolds Needs to Be Useful (7/18/2022) The YA author talks about his successes, fears, and his new podcast that explores his relationship with his mother. “The United States of Anxiety” airs live on Sunday evenings at 6pm ET. The podcast episodes are lightly edited from our live broadcasts. To catch all the action, tune into the show on Sunday nights via the stream on WNYC.org/anxiety or tell your smart speakers to play WNYC. We want to hear from you! Connect with us on Twitter @WNYC using the hashtag #USofAnxiety or email us at email@example.com.