The purpose of this podcast channel is to discuss current events, advocacy, nature, education system (Child Care system to Higher Education) life as an entrepreneur and business owner, but most importantly fun relatable stories too. Occasionally, this channel may interview experts from the topics listed above. If you are looking for engaging podcast series this is the channel to follow.
In today's episode, the author of this story, Le'Aszia, takes a moment to continue to introduce the chickens, also known as "The City Chicks." You will have an opportunity to learn about the personalities of Sally, Kimberly, and Ellen, but from the author's perspective. In this episode, Le'Aszia goes on to discuss the City Chicks and their love for weeds. But, a new character is introduced to one of our family pets, Trina. This episode was written and recorded by Le'Aszia Davis Williams and produced by Diona Reese Williams. This City Chicks podcast series is a mother/daughter collaboration. As a parent, I am very proud of her artistry and written creativity, but mostly blessed. She was willing to share her gifts with you all as listeners. Enjoy and continue to Be Blessed in Nature. -Diona Reese Williams
In today's episode the author of this story Le'Aszia takes a moment to introduce the chickens, also known as "The City Chicks." You will have an opportunity to learn about the personalities of Sally, Kimberly and Ellen, but from the author's perspective. This episode was written and recorded by Le'Aszia Davis Williams and produced by Diona Reese Williams. This City Chicks podcast series is a mother/daughter collaboration. As a parent, I am very proud of her artistry and written creativity, but mostly blessed, she was willing to share her gifts with you all as listeners. Enjoy and continue to Be Blessed in Nature. -Diona Reese Williams
In today's episode of black in nature I will be talking about Out Back Learning LLC. If you do not know me personally then you have no idea what Out Back Learning is about, it's a nature base home base program that I started a year ago.
When I started creating this week's podcast, I really wanted to reflect on how I am really taking care of myself during this pandemic. For you all as listeners, I am curious how are you managing these days too. I going to take you all on my weekly journey outdoors to find balance, but I am also going to reevaluate what I may need to adjustment to enhance or create more peace of mind.
When I think about food and nature my mind begins to wonder about the taste of local farmers market produce or my very own backyard garden vegetables. If you recall in Episode 1, I mentioned the first time I ate a cucumber from my neighbors backyard garden. If you want to hear more about my garden experience just listen to this podcast episode.
This week, I want to take you all on a fashion outdoor adventure, but the reality is I love a good outfit and a theme. Let's reflect on my initial podcast when I mentioned my first camping trip. Remember how I wasn't sure what to wear, while camping. "Should I wear a flannel, jeans, make up...."
Today's podcast, I am going to discuss black in nature through sounds of music and nature. My love for the sound of birds, is due to my love for music, whether I am listening or singing.Yes, I can sing and carry a note or two.....
The content of today's podcast was written and produced in a raw space. The storyline maybe tougher to follow, because this topic was not easy to discuss or share. Thank you for your patience.
Imagine going throughout life, from childhood to adulthood and you are the only black girl or woman in the room. Thankfully, in most of those experiences I have been treated with dignity and respect, but like anything in life I have experienced ignorance too. Special thanks to Charles Williams (Husband) and Ellen Bashor (friend) for your feedback and edits for this week's podcast.
As I mentioned in the previous podcast, hair has caused what felt like restrictions or limitations for me. The theme of this podcast is definitely different than the first, but understand Black in Nature can be interpreted in different ways. My hair impacted how I was going to explore my environment around me. There's no way, I could talk about being in nature without addressing the obvious hurdle, my hair.
In today's episode I want to discuss my own experience in nature as a woman of color. This is a continuation of #blackbirdersweek #blacklivesmatter #blackinnature movements. If you have been following me on my social media accounts you will have I have participated in these movements. I want to start out by expressing this conversation is to share my own personal experience in nature. What I state does not mean every person of color has had this experience, but this my own truth.