The SAGE Podcast is devoted to critical conversations on literature by and about Black women. Through intimate, one-on-one conversations with guests, SAGE seeks to examine and celebrate the literature of Black women in an effort to promote healing, encourage curiosity, create community, and re-frame and shape knowledge about our past and possible futures. Join your host, Dionne Clark, as she approaches representations of Black women in cultural narratives, and encourages listeners to consider the roles these narratives play in our personal and public lives. Visit us on IG @thesagepodcast.
Join Dionne Clark, your host, as she welcomes you to The Sage Podcast - critical conversations on literature by and about Black women in an effort to promote healing, encourage curiosity, create community, and re-frame knowledge about the past and possible futures.
Each month, SAGE will feature an intimate, one-on-one-one conversation with a special guest to discuss literature by and about Black women. Guest will share the personal and cultural impact of the text in their lives, and even share their favorite passage.
Season 1: Sweet Home - Black Women and the U.S. and Global Souths begins in January 2020. Follow us on Instagram @thesagepodcast and Facebook @thesagepod.
Music by: LATASHÁ