In this episode, Tanesha, Nehemiah, Jason and special guest, Adriane Farley, break down the obstacles Black communities face in trying to sustain mental wellness while fighting police brutality--especially in schools with police presence. How can defunding police and reallocating those funds to social and emotional supports help? Can Black communities and police ever develop a positive and collaborative relationship?
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We're tired, we're angry and we're fighting. But in all of that, some important elements are lacking--like unity and healing.
In this episode, Tanesha, Jason, Nehemiah and special guest, Ashley Munson, talk about how we unify as a community and mean what we say when we say ALL Black Lives Matter. And they discuss the importance of maintaining the momentum of the movement while also prioritizing healing and self-care.
Protests, riots, looting, racism. Black communities are catching hell from all sides!
In this episode, Tanesha, Jason and special guest, Daniel Jean Jr., dive deeper into the George Floyd murder, their feelings about what's going on around the country and solutions on rebuilding Black communities and sustaining movements that attack racism and oppression.
In this episode, Tanesha is joined by Jason Allen and Nehemiah Frank in discussing the recent lynching of George Floyd and how black people are sick, tired and pissed off.
What role does the public school system play in eradicating racism? What do white people need to do to minimize oppression? Find out in this episode!
A real life obstacle faced by many black and brown children trying to navigate through the school-to-prison system, Tanesha talks criminalization and imprisonment with Christina Laster and Nadine Escalante.
In honor of Women's History Month, Tanesha chopped it up with Dia Jones, Isis Spann and ShaRhonda Knott-Dawson about how black women are building their own tables and offering sideline seats to anyone trying to get in their way.
Stealing from Jay Z: What's better than one powerful woman? Three!
Specially if they're from the same hue as you. In this episode, activist extraordinaires Nekima Levy-Armstrong, Lakisha Young and Tanesha Peeples talk about what it means and takes to carry a movement as Black women.
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