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Unerased Kitchen Table Talks

Oct 20, 2021

How can you measure the damage from four centuries of bondage and soul pillage? What is the price tag on the sustained striping of our agency and possibilities from one generation to the next? Blacklisting. Redlining. Whitewashing. 

This episode includes storytelling on the human toll, beginning with Callie House, an...


Sep 8, 2021

Episode 16 takes a sober look at how older Black women carry the triple jeopardy of racism, sexism and ageismespecially from our wallets. We tap into our soon-to-be launched Primetime55+ campaign saluting older Black women. They are masterful at what they dousually overperformingbut often underacknowledged. We...


Aug 30, 2021

Mississippi civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer once described the hysterectomy without her consent as a Mississippi appendectomy. This fierce freedom fighter could teach a master class in reproductive justice at a time there were no words to even name it. But it was bundled in the intensive battle against racism and...


Aug 4, 2021

If maladies like fibroid tumors, preterm birth, or maternal death are the window into our life cycle, preconception health is the house that contains the burdens, opportunities and realities of our health outcomes before, during and prior to birth -- whether we decide to conceive at all. The schemes and blueprint of...


Jul 18, 2021

We begin with an exploration of fibroid, uterine tumors swirling in more questions than answers. With little information on cures or causes, Black women are plagued with the benign tumors three times more frequently than White women, earlier and with greater severity of symptoms. We kickoff this trilogy with our...