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Unerased | Black Women Speak

Jan 26, 2022

This episode dives into the stigma, violence, and misinformation surrounding of one of the world’s oldest professions—sex work. Always around, usually out of view, sex work has recently gained the omnipresence of social media and pop culture, spotlighted in the critically acclaimed series Pose. The curtain has been...

Jan 12, 2022

Moving beyond the hoopla and pink ribbons of October, we explore the elevated life-threatening stakes for Black women in detecting and fighting breast cancer, through the voices of women at various points of their own personal journeys.

Dec 22, 2021

Producers of the Unerased podcast got together for end of year reflections, looking back to move forward. Along the way, they pulled out some seminal conversations from the 2021 podcast season. Over a virtual feast of shrimp and grits and audio treasures host/audio producer Carolyn Malachi, coordinating producer...

Dec 1, 2021

The global pandemic national lockdown transformed work as we knew it, creating the “great resignation.” With pains and opportunities, the shifting landscape of the new un-labor force may be a catalyst for jobs with justice. 

Rewind a few decades, Black workers — especially women — overrepresented in organized...

Nov 17, 2021

This episode embraces the raison d’etre of Unerased | Black Women Speak. No one can tell us what to say, how to say it,  write it, or when we  Scream, Stream, Blog, Record it. We’ve sounded our drums for centuries, before a printing press or radio airwaves existed. 

Our words carry depth and breadth, shaping...