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Get Into It

Get Into It

By Jordan Rice and Ambree Robinson
Get Into It is a show created by two black girls who grew up in white suburban Georgia. The two discuss the unique experience that is growing up black in a predominantly white area. As they explore topics through the lens of young black people, they strive to be a relatable voice to others in a similar position. Music created by @iamtrerice
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One Year Later (Happy Birthday To Us!)

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One Year Later (Happy Birthday To Us!)
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree celebrate ONE YEAR OF PODCASTING! The two reflect on their highs and lows, share goals for the next year, and play a game with YOU. Our team wants to thank each and every one of you for being the supportive "Get Into It Fam" that you are! We love you all, and we cannot wait to share more episodes in the future. We could not do this without you!    - Jordan and Ambree   Wish you could've participated in the game? Follow us on Instagram! Got a question, suggestion, or story? Tell us by leaving a voice message through our Anchor! Want to keep up with us? Everything you need is down below!   CONNECT WITH US- CLICK HERE  #GetIntoItPodcast #BlackPodcast #ThatGirlBeActing #TeenPodcast #TeenPodcaster #PodcastersOfInstagram #PodcastLife #Podcast #PodcasterOfColor #PodcastLovers #WOCPodcast #BlackGirlPods #BlackGirlPodcaster #BlackCreatives #SupportBlackCreators #BlackGirlPodcast #LinkInBio #Spring2021 #Summer2021 #BlackPodcastrecomendations #TeenPodcastrecomendations #ApplePodcasts #GooglePodcast #SpotifyPodcast #AnchorPodcast
34:42
September 2, 2021
Identity, Ignorance, Introspection: A talk with Anthony Luckett
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree are joined by Anthony Luckett. He is the host of the podcast "On the Table with Anthony Luckett" and is a YouTuber (@AnthonyLuckett). The three share stories and feelings about growing up Black in a majority white area, the internal struggles of defining their Blackness, what they enjoyed about growing up in white suburbia and more! The visual version of this episode will be out Friday, August 13, 2021. Follow Anthony: Instagram: @AnthonyLuckettt and @OnTheTablePodcastt YouTube: @AnthonyLuckett TikTok: @AnthonyLuckett Follow Get Into It: Instagram: @GetIntoIt_Podcast YouTube: @GetIntoItPodcast TikTok: @GetIntoIt_Podcast and @Jordan.Ric #GetIntoItPodcast #BlackPodcast #ThatGirlBeActing #TeenPodcast #TeenPodcaster #PodcastersOfInstagram #PodcastLife #Podcast #PodcasterOfColor #PodcastLovers #WOCPodcast #BlackGirlPods #BlackGirlPodcaster #BlackCreatives #SupportBlackCreators #BlackGirlPodcast #LinkInBio #Spring2021 #Summer2021 #BlackPodcastrecomendations #TeenPodcastrecomendations #ApplePodcasts #GooglePodcast #SpotifyPodcast #AnchorPodcast  
52:58
August 11, 2021
Things We Hate: In the Natural Hair Community
In the 1st episode back from hiatus, Jordan and Ambree discuss what they HATE within the natural hair community. While the two love their natural hair, and enjoy many things the community has to offer, some things just don't sit right with them. Have any examples to add? Let us know on our Instagram or by leaving a voice message. Visual version of this episode will be available Friday, August 6, 2021. Follow our Instagram: @GetIntoIt_Podcast Follow our TikTok: @GetIntoIt_Podcast Buy Some Merch: Merch Store Subscribe to our YouTube: Here #GetIntoItPodcast #BlackPodcast #ThatGirlBeActing #TeenPodcast #TeenPodcaster #PodcastersOfInstagram #PodcastLife #Podcast #PodcasterOfColor #PodcastLovers #WOCPodcast #BlackGirlPods #BlackGirlPodcaster #BlackCreatives #SupportBlackCreators #BlackGirlPodcast #LinkInBio #Spring2021 #Summer2021 #BlackPodcastrecomendations #TeenPodcastrecomendations #ApplePodcasts #GooglePodcast #SpotifyPodcast #AnchorPodcast  
32:02
August 4, 2021
Our Stories as POC at a PWI
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree and YOU ALL share some stories we've gathered being a POC at a PWI. A PWI is a Predominantly White Institution. The two take these shocking, traumatic, and interesting stories and share them in a fun and funny way. What are some of your stories as a POC at a PWI or in situations where the majority is white?    Special thank you to our Get Into It Fam: Chantel and Destiny for sharing their stories with us.  Follow Us on TikTok  Follow Us on Instagram  Buy Our Merch: https://www.bonfire.com/store/get-into-it/ Visit Our Website: https://actressjordanrice.com/podcast/ #thatgirlbeacting
27:46
May 26, 2021
Who's More Likely To?
In the first episode of the Spring-Summer Season, Jordan and Ambree discuss who's more likely to do several things between the two of them. The half season will be bi-weekly, so be on the lookout for the next episode. DM Us your suggestions or questions! To stay up to date: Follow Our TikTok: @GetIntoIt_Podcast Follow Our Instagram: @GetIntoIt_Podcast Check Out Our Merch: https://www.bonfire.com/store/get-into-it/
32:19
May 12, 2021
Hot Takes 2.0
In the SEASON 2 FINALE EPISODE, Jordan and Ambree end the season how they started it- with HOT TAKES! After a wonderful season, the two will be back after a short two week break with a summer season!  Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getintoit_podcast/ Get some Merchandise: https://www.bonfire.com/store/get-into-it/
29:11
April 7, 2021
#StopAsianHate a Conversation Pt.2
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree are joined by Alyssa Sunew (@alyssasunew), an Asian-American friend of the podcast, for the second week! In the second part of this two week conversation, the three discuss the experience of Asian-Americans and allyship between them and the African-American community. The backdrop of the conversation is the recent mass shooting in Atlanta in which 8 people were killed, 6 of whom were Asian- American women by a white gunman. For more information on the event, please click here. We are proponents of using our platform to give a voice to members of marginalized communities. We stand with the Asian community, and will continue to work to eradicate white supremacy and the many ways it poisons our societies. Thank you to Alyssa Sunew for sharing her experiences with us and our listeners. We remember the names of the victims: Xiaojie Tan, Delaina Yaun, Daoyou Feng, Yong Ae Yue, Hyun Jung Grant, Soon Chung Park, Suncha Kim, and Paul Andre Michels. Below we have linked some resources to learn about this event and support some of the victim's families. Relationship between the Black and Asian American communities Anti- Asian Violence Resources Pronunciation of the Victim's Names GoFundMe for Hyun Jung Grant Family
29:15
March 31, 2021
#StopAsianHate a Conversation Pt.1
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree are joined by Alyssa Sunew (@alyssasunew), an Asian-American friend of the podcast. In the first part of this two week conversation, the three discuss the recent rise in attacks against Asian-Americans. The backdrop of the conversation is the recent mass shooting in Atlanta in which 8 people were killed, 6 of whom were Asian- American women by a white gunman. For more information on the event, please click here. We are proponents of using our platform to give a voice to members of marginalized communities. We stand with the Asian community, and will continue to work to eradicate white supremacy and the many ways it poisons our societies. Thank you to Alyssa Sunew for sharing her experiences with us and our listeners. We remember the names of the victims: Xiaojie Tan, Delaina Yaun, Daoyou Feng, Yong Ae Yue, Hyun Jung Grant, Soon Chung Park, Suncha Kim, and Paul Andre Michels. Below we have linked some resources to learn about this event and support some of the victim's families. Anti- Asian Violence Resources Pronunciation of the Victim's Names GoFundMe for Hyun Jung Grant Family Anti-Asian Hate Crime Statistics referenced in episode
30:37
March 24, 2021
Black Stage Fright
What happens when you grew up black in a white space and are put in a place where the majority is black? Are you anxious of the social stage you are entering? Sometimes you get "Black Stage Fright". Black Stage Fright is when a black individual (normally who grew up around a limited number of black people) has some anxiety when being around other black people because they fear cultural differences. This is an anxiety based on insecurity, not racism. This conversation was inspired by TikToker @not.chichi . In this episode, Jordan and Ambree discuss Black Stage Fright and how it has manifested in their lives. Follow us on Instagram: @getintoit_podcast Buy some Merchandise: https://www.bonfire.com/store/get-into-it/
19:52
February 24, 2021
You Ask, We Answer 2.0
In this 2nd edition of "You Ask, We Answer", Jordan and Ambree answer YOUR questions! If you want to submit questions to be discussed on the show, click this link: Survey Thank you to everyone who submitted questions!! Follow us on Instagram to stay updated: https://www.instagram.com/getintoit_podcast/ Visit our Merch store: https://www.bonfire.com/store/get-into-it/
23:54
February 17, 2021
Quick Cultural Appropriation Conversation
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree discuss cultural appropriation- specifically for the black community. Want to share your thoughts, experiences, questions? Leave us a voice message or DM us on Instagram! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getintoit_podcast/ Buy our merchandise: https://www.bonfire.com/store/get-into-it/
24:54
February 10, 2021
Relations in the Black Community: Black Americans and Africans
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree are joined by guest, Elishama (IG: @elishama_ok ). The three discuss relations within the black community between Black Americans and First- Generation African- Americans.  Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getintoit_podcast/ Buy our Merchandise: https://www.bonfire.com/store/get-into-it/ Visit our Website: https://actressjordanrice.com/podcast/ #thatgirlbeacting
35:08
February 3, 2021
Am I Ugly, or Did I Just Go To a PWI?
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree discuss how growing up in a PWI impacted their self-image. Let us know your thoughts on our instagram! Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getintoit_podcast/ Buy some Merchandise: https://www.bonfire.com/store/get-into-it/ Visit our Website: https://actressjordanrice.com/podcast/ #thatgirlbeacting
27:56
January 27, 2021
Whitewashed Woes
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree discuss the meanings of whitewash. What is it? Who can be it? Who can address it? How do we move forward? Share your thoughts on our Instagram @getintoit_podcast or leave us a voice message! Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getintoit_podcast/ Buy our Merchandise: https://www.bonfire.com/store/get-into-it/
25:37
January 20, 2021
Hot Takes!
In the first episode of Season 2, Jordan and Ambree catch up with each other by exchanging hot takes. Hot Takes are a quickly produced, strongly worded, and often deliberately provocative or sensational opinion. Have hot takes of your own? Tell us about them on the Get Into It Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getintoit_podcast/ Get some Merch: https://www.bonfire.com/store/get-into-it/ Visit our website: https://actressjordanrice.com/podcast/ #thatgirlbeacting
23:40
January 13, 2021
What Does The Future Hold?
In the SEASON ONE FINALE of Get Into It, Jordan and Ambree answer questions given by listeners about their inspirations and future prospects. Special thanks to Canva for sponsoring this episode. Check them out at www.canva.com #thatgirlbeacting
24:18
October 28, 2020
Black *Girl* Stereotypes
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree discuss the stereotypes that black women face. Let us know your thoughts on the episode by leaving a voice message or sending us a DM on instagram, @getintoit_podcast. Go grab some of our merch at www.bonfire.com/get-into-it/ #thatgirlbeacting
28:26
October 21, 2020
The World Hates Women
In this episode,  Jordan and Ambree discuss how society views femininity. This episode is sponsored by the design website, Canva. To start designing today, visit: www.canva.com To purchase our merch, visit: www.bonfire.com/store/get-into-it/ #thatgirlbeacting
22:00
October 14, 2020
Drama Onstage and Off
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree share some of the shocking experiences they've had in high school theatre, where the two met. This episode is sponsored by the Get Into It Merch Store! To go shop amazing products, visit: www.bonfire.com/store/get-into-it/  For culturally relevant arts training from the black perspective, visit www.blackartseducation.com the global directory for black arts. #thatgirlbeacting
31:44
October 7, 2020
You Ask, We Answer
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree answer questions sent in by YOU, the listeners!  If you have a question that you want to be featured in a future episode, DM @getintoit_podcast on Instagram, or leave a message on our Anchor account (Link below). #thatgirlbeacting
26:34
September 30, 2020
School Gets An F
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree discuss some of their issues with the American education system. Whether it's the flawed "gifted program", the racial influence on academic opportunity, or the lack of teaching life skills, they talk about it all! #thatgirlbeacting
30:05
September 23, 2020
Oppression Isn't A Trend
In this episode, Jordan and Ambree discuss the negative nature of performative activism and other similar topics. As mentioned in the episode, below are some helpful links that can be used as learning tools around the BLM (Black Lives Matter) Movement. Justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others.  https://blacklivesmatter.com/  https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/06/22/what-numbers-say-whites-blacks-live-two-different-americas/?arc404=true https://www.insider.com/how-to-help-fight-systemic-racism-2020-6 #thatgirlbeacting
25:25
September 16, 2020
Don't Touch My Hair
In this episode of Get Into It, Jordan and Ambree share their hair journeys and the response they received from the people around them. #thatgirlbeacting
24:41
September 9, 2020
Where's My Color TV?
In this episode of Get Into It, Jordan and Ambree discuss the lack of representation in media for people of color and how impactful representation is. #thatgirlbeacting
31:16
September 2, 2020
“The Black Girls are Raising their Hands”
In the first episode of Get Into It, Jordan and Ambree explore their journey of finding themselves as black people while living in white suburbia. This journey includes shocking encounters and self reflection. Nonetheless, they were instrumental in creating who they are today.  #thatgirlbeacting
34:44
September 2, 2020