Welcome to Kitchen Island Tea. We will be Dishing the Real truth with REAL talk about Real issues in a Real World. Women will be sitting and sharing at the Kitchen Island! So grab your cup and let’s share some Tea!
It's TEA time! Check us out as we spent an afternoon with Composer, Director, Choreographer, Lyricist, voice teacher, and the list goes on and on, the "incomparable" Charles Barksdale from Broadway's Sister Act 2! Hear his inspiring story. Talk of the Island is everything Olympics, Vaccine deprivation, Mental wellness and attitude of Gratitude. So grab your cup and listen in!
The Ladies at the Island have Real Talk with San Antonio, Texas District #2 Councilman Jalen McKee-Rodriguez. He’s community oriented, ready to make government work for everyone, realistic and calling for positive change. He is 26 and made history as the first openly gay Black man to be elected to any office in the State of Texas. You don't want to miss his candid and inspiring conversation at the Island! So grab you cup and listen in.
Join us at the Kitchen Island & meet our “Think out of the box”, super Dad, Dr. David Newby, who meets the challenge of parenting with much Joy. His candid comments are Real Talk with no sugar coating. Plus, Sports, getting back to normal & Juneteenth are topics at the Island. So grab your cup, listen in and be inspired!
We are back with REAL TALK! The rising stars and activist of the neXt generation are vocal and WOKE! Tune in for our candid interview with the talented singer, songwriter, musician and definite vocal Force For Change, Krys Wright! So grab your cup and be ready to soak in this episode as we discuss sexism, Women's equality and her initiative called Black Education Matters, California(BEM). Get your pen and paper because your gonna want to take notes!! For REAL!
Tune in as we talk about the 4G's: Greats, Guns, Godson and Gratitude. Join us at the Island as we continue celebrating Black History Greats with our guest Co-host, and Godson Chris. One of the Islander's went to the Gun Range and we all shared how Grateful we are!
Kitchen Island Tea is back with Season 2, 2021! Listen in and be inspired as the Islander's engage in conversation about An Attitude of Gratitude, Culture, Black History, Valentines and Love. Join the ladies as they get back to keeping it REAL with a BANG.
Join us for our season Finale' as we take a look back on the Ups and Downs of 2020! What did you learn about yourself in 2020 that you will carry into 2021. The Islander's will share 12 funny things to consider as we close the door on one of the most yucky years of our lifetime! Hello 2021, the best is yet to come. Kitchen Island Tea thanks EVERY guest that contributed to the success of Season 1. You are loved and appreciated!!!!
Join us at the Island as we catch up and Celebrate 31 days of December! But of course we talk about the New Administration coming January 20, 2021 and Covid-19! The magic question is, "Can we get a break from this virus"? Listen in and as always, reach out to us via email or social media. email@example.com, on Twitter: @kitchen_island, and IG: kitchen_island_tea
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KIT speaks with Middle School students about returning to school. Learn what they missed most. Hear how they feel about virtual & in person learning and listen to their advice on staying safe during the pandemic. From the mouths of babes, Real & Candid comments!
Relationships are an integral part of our lives. Join us at the Island as we have Real Talk about what we expect in a relationship, keeping our romantic relationships exciting, what we fear and our real life experiences.
We’re back! With a brand new look and a brand new episode. Get to know the ladies at the Island a little bit better with today’s episode about our Pet Peeves! So grab your favorite cup of tea and chill out with us!
Back at the Island continuing the conversation of the "State of the World". We discuss how African Americans live their lives on high alert, 24/7 and what that feels like! Through the Island discussion, all 6 of us realize that we all have the same HOPE
Welcome back to the Island. Today's episode 1 of a 2 part series gathers two groups of women, 3 Black and 3 White, from different world's. Join us as we Bridge Hope through candid discussions on Systemic Racism, White Privilege, Black History and Affirmative Action, In this 2 part series we hash out the realities of the world and discuss what the Bible says about Good vs Evil, Right vs Wrong and Hate vs Love.
The Ladies at the Island continue dialogue on the issues of Racism and how recent racial events have effected them and the World. They ask the question, Where do we go from here? Special guest, San Antonio's Poet Laureate Andrea "Vocab" Sanderson stops by the Island for an enlighting interview on Poetry and the Literary Arts. She talks to us about how we should write out our feelings especially during this critical time of unrest. It is National Ice Tea Day, so grab a cup of ice, pour your favorite tea and listen up.
A Kitchen Island Tea special Edition: The Kitchen Island crew is in pain and heartbroken over the recent killings of African Americans by those sworn to protect. The ladies give their thoughts, share their emotions and discuss what we can do moving forward. There is HOPE!
The ladies of the Kitchen Island Tea update listeners on their Stay At Home activities during the pandemic and they continue a month long celebration of Mothers. Texas State Representative Barbara Gervin Hawkins shares how a busy Mom in business, education and government makes it through life and now the pandemic. She is very enlightening, inspiring and will encourage YOU! Grab your cup!
The Ladies of Kitchen Island Tea are sharing again, while observing social separation. Hear about their stay at home happenings and join in their celebration of Mothers and their unique and often funny impact on our lives. Wow! Have we become our Moms? Next, Stay tuned for Featured guest, Attorney Camille Stearns Miller as she gives us the scoop on P.P.P. Loans, Emergency Paid Sick leave, safety precautions for employees, etc as they all relate to COVID-19.
Bloopers may be included in this episode, smile, as The Kitchen Island engages in a candid discussion with the Cast of the digital show, Pride The Series, The Cast spills the Tea about the shows first two seasons and what to look forward to in their upcoming 3rd season. Then the Island switched gears to talk about their life living in New York City, the Epicenter of the Pandemic! The Pros and Cons of Coronavirus.
The Kitchen Island ladies have 3 candid REAL talk interviews about the Pros and Cons of working from home, homeschooling and the NEVER-ENDING Spring Break! This is Real talk about the effects Covid -19 has had on Education, so far! Guests include: Mrs. Marcelina Garcia , 2012 Teacher of the Year, 7th Grade Special Education/English Language Arts teacher of Northside ISD in San Antonio, TX, - Mrs. Alexis Knox-Miller, Middle School Assistant Principal of District 11 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. - Ezra, 12 year old, 7th grader.
During this episode the ladies have a candid conversation about Covid - 19 with anesthesiologist, Dr. Yolanda Tecuanhuey. What is Reality vs Myth about the virus and real talk about Social/Physical distancing. “Through this rough time we find the silver lining with laughter” AKA “Covid made me do it, Covid tic-tock” segment.