women of color

EP 203 – Mommy Unfiltered – Why Moms Who Curse Are Our People

Make sure the little ones are in a different room when you play this episode! We're talking all about cursing - should women (and especially moms) do it? Some people think it is unbecoming of a woman to throw out a f-bomb every now and then. What about the thought that only uneducated people curse (because they don't know other words). With two master degrees over here, we know that's not true! Is cursing only a "privilege" for men or women ...

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EP 201 – Brown Skin Girl – Living Our Melanated Magic Lives

"The most disrespected person in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America is the Black woman." -Malcolm XWe're kicking off Season 2 with this brown and black girl magic! In this episode we're talking all about how being a woman with black or brown skin is work! While we've certainly made some progress, we still have so far to go. Women of color on average receive ...

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Ep 25 – #RonaLife – How The Coronavirus Changed Our Lives

We never thought we'd be recording Season 1 in the middle of a worldwide pandemic. Juggling kids, working from home, and husbands, all while worrying about the safety of our families is no joke. Covid-19 (aka the coronavirus) has upended the way the world works and it looks like it's going to be here for a while. In the Season One finale, we're talking all about how we've managed quarantine life, the coronavirus, and how it's effected pretty ...

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EP 24 – Classy, Bougie, Ratchet – Why Mom Shaming Needs to Stop

Are you a RATCHET Mom?! ⁠No, not "ghetto" or "hoochie"…just a mom that still likes to have fun.⁠ Do you like to drop it like its hot in front of your husband?⁠ Go out and party with your girls?⁠ Flaunt your new mom hips?⁠ In this episode, we are discussing "ratchet motherhood" and how you can remain true to yourself while still being a great parent. ⁠Mom shaming is a thing but just because you're a mom doesn't mean you should be judge on how ...

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EP 23 – Earning Your Spot at the Picnic – Becoming an Ally and Anti-Racist

In the US and around the world, the treatment of Black men and women by police and the greater society at large as seemed to finally reach its breaking point. Fact - our country was built on the systematic disenfranchisement of Black, Brown, Indigenous, and other People of Color (BIPOC). But that can change. ⁠In this episode, we're speaking to our non-BIPOC listeners (aka our white folks) and sharing our experiences with racism in this country ...

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EP 22 – The Wisdom of Our Mothers – How the Mother-Daughter Relationship Changes with Kids

We heard it all the time growing up - "wait until you have your own kids!" We don't realize how much our mothers knew (or didn't know) until we because moms of our own. Having a child can fundamentally change your relationship with your own mother. Some of us are fortunate enough to have mothers that respect our parenting choices, while others are habitual line steppers. In this episode, we're discussing all about how that mother-daughter ...

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