QueerWOC
QueerWOC
Jun 25, 2020
Ep. 88: Rich Nigga Nutcracka ft. Ya Gay Aunties
1 hr 36 min
Ep 88: Rich Nigga Nutcracka
Money and Nikeeta wind down Pride 2020 with Hanifah and Red from Ya Gay Aunties.  In this episode, Money is still in her Black roller skatin' bag and highlights queer fat black skater, Courtney Shove, we all lovingly rag on the West Coast, we do a queer potpourri and get the Aunties' takes on Da Brat coming out, the new Supreme Court ruling around LGBT worker protections, talk Raven Symone's marriage, and we wrap it up with the aunties giving us a strong talkin' to about these tragic dating app! It's a fun jam packed episode!

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QueerWOC of the Week: 00:6:30
Artist, Skater, and Image Activist Courtney Shove @fat_girl_has_moxi
She’s a member of the Moxi Skate team - which btw you should use her code “SHOVE” on moxiskates.com to support a Black queer woman if ur shopping skating things
You can also support her by shopping her etsy shop for cute fat Black girl skate stickers and prints: https://www.etsy.com/shop/fatgirlhasmoxi

See more of Shove here:
http://voyagela.com/interview/meet-trailblazer-courtney-shove/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNHebmgDQH8&t=5176s

Community Contributors: 00:19:48
Shoutout to the new patrons : Hannah, Toby, Bravo, Frances, Kandace, Tanya, Linnea, Liza
Dalia Reupped
On the cashapp: Kristian
Borders are Fake Shout outs: West Jordan, UT / Rohnert Park, CA / New Paltz, NY / Lambertville, NJ / (shout out to Vancouver, Ya’ll not small but haven’t been in the top cities before so yay!)

Topic: 00:31:15
Ya Gay Aunties! - Queer Potpourri
Supreme court ruling - https://www.npr.org/2020/06/15/863498848/supreme-court-delivers-major-victory-to-lgbtq-employees
Raven-Symoné marries Miranda Maday
Da Brat comes out after 25 years of fame! (take ya time sis) - https://www.essence.com/celebrity/da-brat-coming-out/

Curved Chronicle: 01:12:40
Hanifah, Red, Money and Nikeeta give ‘Judy’ their thoughts about a curved chronicle--or maybe it’s more like a pothole!--about navigating dating apps.

Send us your curved chronicles to QueerWOCpod@gmail.com
FriendsLikeUs
FriendsLikeUs
Friends Like Us
The Impact Of Sisterhood
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Tea with Queen and J.
Tea with Queen and J.
Tea with Queen and J.
#273 The Janet Hubert Mixtapes
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1 hr 29 min
A Little Juju Podcast
A Little Juju Podcast
Juju
Ep. 58 Surrender to the Orisa (w/ @BrujaBanton)
Hoodoo Hussy Conjure Enterprises provides spiritual care using plant medicine and African American traditional religious practices. Owner and CEO, Hoodoo Hussy, makes all of her offerings herself, and many of them using plants from her urban garden. She sells an array of spiritual products such as condition oils, cleansing water, incense, spiritual bath, and floor wash. To learn more, please visit her website at www.hoodoohussy.com. Use code 'FREESHIPALJ' for free shipping on your order over $50. That’s www.hoodoohussy.com. IG:@hoodoohussy Podcast Intro Beat:  IG: @Nihlis Audio Engineer: Kobe Guilford @Kobewtheshot In this episode of A Little Juju Podcast Juju interviews Iya Osudara @brujabanton aka the spiritual bath lady! Iya really breaks down all the initiation, Isese, and spirituality questions you’ve been wondering about (especially the ones that come up on Spiritual twitter). We talk transitioning from Christianity to Orisha tradition as a first generation Jamaican, the power of surrendering to the journey to get your blessings, and why she doesn’t like love readings! Connect with Iya Osundara IG: @_brujabanton Twitter: @brujabanton Website: https://iyalodescorner.com/ Sign up for Hoodoo 101 with Juju https://t.co/y9I0M2tBjP?amp=1 Donations Make a Monthly donation of $3 or more to A Little Juju Podcast www.patreon.com/jujubae Paypal: thejujubae@gmail.com Cash app: $itsjujubae Venmo: itsjujubae Hit me up on my site for bookings, media, and site contact! http://www.itjsjujubae.com Social media FB: jujubae twitter/ig: itsjujubae Ig:alittlejujupodcast Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChdkuM13q--coEGNtIO7feQ?view_as=subscriber
1 hr 28 min
Black Frasier
Black Frasier
Phoebe Robinson
Phoebe & Stephanie Beatriz Get Real About Family
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1 hr 19 min
Back Issue
Back Issue
Pineapple Street Studios
Remember When We Caught The Spirit? (feat. Pastor Shirley Caesar and Ashon Crawley)
Can You Hear It? I Know You Caught The Spirit This week, Josh and Tracy are taking you to church. First, they talk about their time in the pews, from the ways they've had to reconcile their faiths and identities to the music that has stuck with them. They hear about the deep, poetic roots of Gospel in Black identity from writer and professor Ashon Crawley. And they sit down with pastor and legend Shirley Caesar to talk about her reverence for the music, her unforgettable “greens, beans, potatoes, tomatoes” meme, and the importance of finding joy right now. Additional Material By: Arista Records, 20th Century Fox/Disney, Warner Bros Televison, Interscope Records/Universal, Universal Music Group, Malaco Music Group, SoSouth Music Distribution, Savoy Records/Univeral Music Group, Keep Cool/RCA, Light Records/Entertainment One, Columbia Records, eOne, ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks, Urban One, Cameron J/Sony Entertainment, KevOnStage, TuneCore, The Orchard Enterprises, Christina Marie/Interscrope/Universal, B-Rite/Interscope Records, Columbia Records/Sony Music, Sony Legacy, Sony Music Entertainment, Paramount Domestic Television, Word Records, CW/Warner Bros, Parkwood Entertainment/Sony , TDE/Aftermath/Interscope, Priority Records/Universal, Dirty 3 Records Gospel Remix Provided by Donwill and 6th Sense. Production Music courtesy of www.epidemicsound.com. For transcriptions, please visit our website at https://pineapple.fm/back-issue. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
59 min
System Check with Melissa Harris-Perry and Dorian Warren
System Check with Melissa Harris-Perry and Dorian Warren
System Check
4: Why Are People Poor?
This week, your co-hosts Melissa Harris-Perry and Dorian Warren get personal. Melissa’s Grandma Rosa lived and worked in poverty in the Jim Crow south. She was a seamstress who suffered from arthritis, and she made tremendous personal sacrifices to ensure her twin sons, William and Wesley, could go to college (https://books.google.com/books?id=BPpYDAS_oUUC&pg=PA102&lpg=PA102&dq=genius+twins+richmond+ebony+1960&source=bl&ots=8Jq0FvY6_4&sig=SHqA3DZb2_YeamIE5vr8PudHjxs&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj6wKafuunYAhVJymMKHWZ6Ce4Q6AEIKzAB%23v=onepage&q=genius%2520twins%2520richmond%2520ebony%25201960&f=false#v=onepage&q=genius%2520twins%2520richmond%2520ebony%25201960&f=false) and create a legacy of achievement and activism. (https://www.msnbc.com/melissa-harris-perry/fifty-years-later-my-father-and-uncle-msna154681) Her story is inspiring, but why did she have to make the choice between personal comfort and her children’s future? Dorian’s grandmother also grew up poor on the south side of Chicago. Born in the midst of the 1919 Race Riot (https://www.thenation.com/article/archive/tom-dispatch-1919-taught-us-womens-voting-rights-immigration-racism/) and growing up during the Great Depression, she taught him to “earn a nickel, save 2 cents,” proving that while she certainly needed more money, she did not need the kind of “financial literacy” programs that many think tanks and philanthropies put forward as a solution to poverty. These were resilient, forward-thinking women—but they still struggled with poverty. That leads Melissa and Dorian to ask the guiding question for this episode: “Why are people poor?” Why does the richest country in the world still tolerate millions of our neighbors living in poverty? And why is it so rare to hear—in the media, in the boardrooms of philanthropies, in the halls of power in Washington, D.C.—from the people who are experiencing poverty? To answer all these questions and more, we turn to our experts. Aisha Nyandoro, Chief Executive Officer of Springboard To Opportunities (http://springboardto.org) talked with System Check about the Magnolia Mother’s Trust (http://springboardto.org/index.php/blog/story/introducing-the-magnolia-mothers-trust) . The Trust is the first guaranteed income project in the country to focus explicitly on racial and gender justice. Magnolia Mother's Trust gives $1,000 a month, with no strings attached, to extremely low income black women living in federally subsidized affordable housing. Nyandoro began the program in 2018 as a small pilot with just 20 women in Jackson, Mississippi. Today there are 110 women receiving $1,000 a month for a full year, and the results are pretty amazing. This week’s Final Word is offered by Tiana Gaines-Turner. Despite working as the Housing Stabilization Specialist at Eddie’s House (https://eddieshouse.org) in Philadelphia, this wife and mom still struggles with poverty, housing instability and food insecurity. In her final word this week, Gaines-Turner explains why she and others in her community should be at the policy-making table (https://www.thenation.com/article/archive/week-poverty-expert-testimony-tianna-gaines-turner/) . “Nothing about us, without us” is her lesson for System Check. We hope that after listening to our guests this week, you feel inspired to transform analysis into action. Here is this week’s System Checklist. Fight for 15: Set a monthly reminder on your calendar—let’s say the 15th of every month, or any day that works for you. Each month, on that date, call or email your senators (https://www.senate.gov/senators/How_to_correspond_senators.htm) and your representative in Congress (https://www.house.gov/representatives/find-your-representative) . Urge them to increase the federal minimum wage to $15/ hour. Get your family, friends, and social media contacts involved. Let them know, “Every month, on the 15th, we are going to demand 15!” Make sure you follow and support the Fight for 15 (https://fightfor15.org) . Give Locally: Take a small step to make an immediate impact in your local community. If you have the financial resources, set up a recurring monthly contribution to your community foodbank. (https://www.feedingamerica.org/find-your-local-foodbank) As little as $10 a month can make a big difference. While you are at it, find out if your employer will match your contribution. (https://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=content.view&cpid=1799) Many companies will double, or even triple, charitable contributions made by their employees. Act Locally: If you are ready, consider taking an even bigger step in your local community. Find ways to get involved with families who are experiencing poverty, hunger or homelessness. Contact your local department of social services, your United Way, (https://www.unitedway.org) the homeless liaison at your local school, or your religious organization to find out where the need is in your community to identify how your time and talents can contribute to a more fair and just system. Water the Grassroots: If you’re really ready to commit to this work, join a local grassroots community organization fighting to upend the system of poverty on which our country, and especially the 1%, depend. Join or support efforts to unionize. Support collective efforts in your workplace, support friends and family who are organizing, and vote for candidates and policies that give workers more voice and power. Make a personal pledge to “show up” in solidarity for someone else’s fight at least 5 times in 2021--whether a town hall, a digital rally, or contacting your local elected officials, especially for folks who are struggling to make ends meet in the midst of a disastrous health and economic crisis. As always, we welcome your additions to our Checklist! Use our Twitter (https://twitter.com/SystemCheckPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SystemCheckPod/) pages to add your comments, suggested actions, and organizations to support. System Check is a project of The Nation magazine, hosted by Melissa Harris-Perry and Dorian Warren and produced by Sophia Steinert-Evoy. Support for System Check comes from Omidyar Network, a social change venture that is reimagining how capitalism should work. Learn more about their efforts to recenter our economy around individuals, community, and societal well-being at Omidyar.com (http://omidyar.com/) . Our executive producer is Frank Reynolds. DD Guttenplan is Editor of The Nation, Erin O’Mara is President of The Nation. Our theme music is by Brooklyn-based artist and producer Jachary (https://jachary.bandcamp.com/) .  Subscribe to The Nation to support all of our podcasts: http://thenation.com/podcastsubscribe.
33 min
Intersectionality Matters!
Intersectionality Matters!
African American Policy Forum
30. Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?
After perhaps the most important election of our lifetimes, the real work begins. On this episode, Kimberlé sits down with a brilliant group of political thinkers and leaders to analyze the 2020 election and the challenges that remain. The discussion includes insights as to how local organizers turned Georgia blue for the first time in a generation, what strategies progressives might employ to keep pressure on President-elect Biden, and why in 2020, President Trump appears to have made electoral inroads with every demographic but white men. The panelists also discuss Kamala Harris’ historic ascension to the nation's second highest office, despite facing unparalleled levels of misogynoir. With: ALICIA GARZA - Co-Founder, Black Lives Matter; Principal, Black Futures Lab EDDIE GLAUDE JR. - Professor, Princeton; Author of Begin Again: James Baldwin's America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own JANINE JACKSON - Program Director, FAIR; Producer/Host of CounterSpin
 REP BARBARA LEE - U.S. Representative for California's 13th congressional district KATE MANNE - Professor, Cornell; Author of Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny VIET THANH NGUYEN - Professor, USC; Pulitzer Prize author, The Sympathizer KIRSTEN WEST SAVALI - Executive Producer, Essence Magazine EMERY WRIGHT - Co-director, Project South; Organizer and political educator Hosted by Kimberlé Crenshaw (@sandylocks) Produced by Julia Sharpe-Levine Edited by Julia Sharpe-Levine and Rebecca Scheckman Additional support provided by the African American Policy Forum Music by Blue Dot Sessions Follow us at @intersectionalitymatters, @IMKC_podcast
1 hr 13 min
TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
TransLash Media
Native Americans and Trans Rights
Imara unpacks the latest in the 2020 election with Congresswoman Deb Haaland. Plus, she sits down with Geo Neptune, the first out Two-Spirit, non-binary and trans elected official in Maine to discuss the importance of teaching indigenous culture in schools. Imara also speaks out against the epidemic of anti-trans violence and shares the story of Layleen Polanco to commemorate the upcoming Transgender Day of Remembrance (November 20th). We hear about the care and healing Layleen brought to the world from her sister, Melania Brown.  You can connect with us on social media! Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@imarajones) and Instagram (@imara_jones_) Follow our guests on social media! Congresswoman Haaland: @Deb4CongressNM (Instagram) @Deb4CongressNM (Twitter) Geo Neptune: @niskapisuwin (Instagram) @passamahottie (Twitter) Melania Brown: @melania__brown (Instagram)  The TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones is produced by TransLash Media by Futuro Studios. TransLash team: Imara Jones, Ruby Fludzinski, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Montana Thomas, and Yannick Eike Mirko. Futuro Studios team: Nicole Rothwell, Jess Alvarenga, Stephanie Lebow, and Leah Shaw. This episode was mixed by Rosana Cabán and Leah Shaw.  Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano, with support from Agency of Joy. Music: Ben Draghi and also courtesy of ZZK records.    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
45 min
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