Associate producer Adina Hill and our newest podcast host, Marmia Day discuss the impact of race & gender on the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder in the first of this multi-segment episode.
Please check out our featured musical talent, Ms. Shaunte Daurice, an R&B artist and songwriter from Philadelphia, with vocals that are equal parts smooth, piercing and moving. Get into the anthemic tunes on her debut EP 'Powerless', that tell stories we can all relate to, backed by consistently colorful and complex vocal arrangements. Available on Spotify, Amazon Music & Apple Music. Visit her on the web at shauntedaurice.com
Asiyah, Baiyinah and Janayjah discuss the pandemic from a positive perspective; sharing their personal development, the challenges they have overcome & are overcoming, and the Silver Linings they have found along the way.
Colorism? Toxic Masculinity? Transphobia? In this episode, Andrea, Asiyah and Taylor explore the reasons why it seems the lives of all types of Black women seem to matter less than the lives of others.
In the first episode of our Pandemic & Social Unrest series, Laila and Kaitlyn discuss their feelings about digital learning, restricted social interaction & navigating a new norm in the age of Covid 19.
We open Season II by introducing our newest co-host, Evoluer House graduate, business owner & teen social activist, Ms. Asiyah Ball! Join us as Asiyah shares her view of life through her unique & amazing lens.
In our Season One finale. scholar, athlete, & Bowie State hopeful Baiyinah Gough shares her powerful story of who she is & how she, as a 14 year old girl, found the courage to overcome the false perceptions of who she was.
Dario Fo says, “Every artistic expression is either influenced by or adds something to politics.” In this bonus episode, Laila & Andrea have an impromptu conversation with their producer about the impact of the arts on politics.
Jamie Johnson said, “When you are born rich, you have all these options. You can pursue a career path that you find interesting; there's no need or pressure to start working to get funds just for survival, which is something a lot of people have to struggle with.” In this episode, Kaitlyn, Jennielee & Janayjah share their views on achieving success & goals in spite of the limitations girls of color often face.
“No one came to our neighborhoods with stand-up jobs and showed us there's a different way. Maybe, had I seen different role models, maybe I'd've turned on to that.” Jay-Z
In this episode, Taylor, Laila and Adina discuss their views on looking for and being a role model.
Jennielee es una graduada galardonada de Evoluer House que sueña con convertirse en diseñadora de moda. En este episodio muy especial de Girl Truth: What Lens Are You Looking Through ?, ella comparte su historia de vivir a través del huracán María, dejar Puerto Rico y comenzar una nueva vida en Filadelfia. Este episodio también está disponible en ingles.
Jennielee is an award winning Evoluer House graduate who dreams of becoming a fashion designer. In this very special episode of Girl Truth: What Lens Are You Looking Through?, she shares her story of living through Hurricane Maria, leaving Puerto Rico & starting a new life in Philadelphia. This episode is also available in Spanish.