I’m so excited to share the very first episode of the Embodied Black Girl Podcast with you! It’s been a while coming.

We’ve been experiencing massive amounts of snow over here (and throughout the United States). For us, that means we’ve been mainly inside except for short periodic outdoor adventures. And six people (kids and grown folk) inside for that long isn’t really conducive to recording a podcast. But I was finally able to get enough quiet (praise Spirit for warmer weather) so here we are.

In this first solo episode, I share…

  • A new approach to introductions
  • What my work is in devotion to and why
  • Why the liberation of Black women is where it’s at for all of us
  • The importance of community
  • How I’m untethering from what bell hooks calls the white supremacist capitalist patriarchy
  • What I’m 100% D-O-N-E with (you probably want to be done with this too)
  • Also, don’t miss the story on the ways my father affirmed me and how that informs who I am today
  • And more lessons I’m leaning into during this new season

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EPISODE REFERENCES + RESOURCES

How We Get Free: Black Feminism and the Combahee River Collective by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor

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