Some Black Folks

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The official page for the Some Black Folks podcast

Episodes

  • Some Black Folks Talk About Closure

    Some Black Folks Talk About Closure

    26/10/2017 Duration: 40min

    Issa wrap! We’re wrapping up our first season by discussing closure. We talk about how we get closure, why we need closure, and accepting sometimes that we’re not owed closure. Not wanting to end on a sad note; we close out the season by discussing our favorite episodes, and we give each other superlatives from this season. You don’t want to miss it!

  • Some Black Folks Talk About Black TV

    Some Black Folks Talk About Black TV

    19/10/2017 Duration: 33min

    This week's episode is a throwback recording, so it's old to us, but new to you. Please do not be confused when we make outdated references because it's still a good show. We're talking about Black TV...past, present, and future. We discuss our favorite Black shows growing up, what we're currently watching, and what we'd like to see moving forward in terms of the type of content we're given. Get into it.

  • Some Black Folks Talk About Working While Black/The Sunken Place

    Some Black Folks Talk About Working While Black/The Sunken Place

    12/10/2017 Duration: 35min

    To quote Issa in season 1 of Insecure, "We are not home right now. We are in mixed company." This week, Q, Cash, and Nikki discuss their experiences working while black. They break down how they conduct themselves in mixed company, dealing with microaggressions, and being in The Sunken Place.

  • Some Black Folks Talk About Cuffing Season

    Some Black Folks Talk About Cuffing Season

    05/10/2017 Duration: 34min

    It's getting cold. Time to find someone to snuggle with. This week, Q, Cash and Nikki talk about cuffing's popularity with millennials, and whether or not they're drafting for the new season.

  • Some Black Folks Talk About Angry Black Women

    Some Black Folks Talk About Angry Black Women

    02/10/2017 Duration: 27min

    Whew...where do we begin? In just under 30 minutes your favorite black folks discuss origins of the angry black narrative, past and recent portrayals of angry black women in media, and how we shift the perspective of the angry black woman so that black women are able to display the full scope of their emotions without consequence and judgment.