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Unerased Kitchen Table Talks

Nov 11, 2020

The threads that weave the human story of mass incarceration of women are complex, often tangled in a legacy of abuse and injustice behind and beyond the prison walls.  The tropes and caricatures are so different from the limitations confronting men.  They follow formerly incarcerated women into the “free world” as...


Nov 11, 2020

From in utero, to cradle, to grave, Black women suffer gross health disparities that are rampant externally, but also live in our bones. Our guests interrogate myths and perceptions about the Black super woman. For generations we’ve been bold and resilient, even as our bodies endure the racist structures that have...


Nov 11, 2020

This episode gives voice to opening up and coming to terms with identities (and non-identities) that paint the rich mosaic of the Black woman’s realities in the long and continued march to democratic inclusion. Unfettered dialogues with trans, queer and hetero Black women give heat and light to the quest for a landing...


Sep 3, 2020

Going into the Presidential election Black women are generally a united front. But in the cultural sphere, deep gulfs separate Boomers from Millennials. Mores, technology, perceptions and expectations carve a divide and In the middle, GenXers (41 – 55), straddling between the Boomers (56 -76) and Millennials (24-39),...


Sep 3, 2020

“Women of Color” or “People of Color” are convenient shorthand that denies the distinct experience, not only of Black folks, but all folks. Multiracial unity should not boil down to a melting pot that includes everyone and no one. Indigenous, Black, Latinx and Asian American thought leaders share the paths and...