Mar 2, 2014

RBW012: Get Out Your Hyphen

Sherley, co-host of the Chonilla.com podcast, discusses personal growth through podcasting, being a regular Black woman in Canada, images of Haiti, a retreat for us, and perceptions of Black Americana. 

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Feb 23, 2014

RBW011: The Black Woman Who Tips


Karen, co-host of The Black Guy Who Tips discusses the evolution of her podcasting career, The Walking Dead in print vs. on the screen, and racism's death rattle.


Intro/Outro music: Saturn 9 (Z9) by Zubatto Syndicate
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Jan 22, 2014

RBW009: A Kosher Dip in the Snow



Dr. Nazaree Hines-Starr discusses her controversial book "Why Every Black Woman Should Marry a Jewish Man" and speaks about the Jewish method of dating, the search for the alpha male, and the depletion of the African-American dating pool.

Dr. Nazaree Hines-Starr
Dr. Nazaree Hines-Starr PharmD is an educated, professional African-American woman living and working as a Pharmacist in Annapolis, Maryland with her Jewish husband, Michael, and their young son, Hayden. Nazaree received her undergraduate degree from Ohio State University and her Doctorate in Pharmacy from Howard University School of Pharmacy.
Nazaree states that her book is “for all women looking for the perfect Alpha male.” After dating solely within her own race and religion throughout college, graduate school and the whole of her twenties, Nazaree experienced an accumulation of what she refers to in her controversial memoir as her “Scumbag Files.” Feeling disappointed in African-American men and still searching for Mr. Right, Nazaree finally decided to cast a wider net, opening herself up to men of all races and religions. She joined the interracial dating website, AfroRomance.com, where she met Michael, a professional, never-married Jewish man who was two years her junior.


In Why Every Black Woman Should Marry A Jewish Man, Nazaree Hines-Starr chronicles her intimate, tumultuous and eye opening journey that led to finding her “Jewish Prince Charming,” with a tongue-in-cheek chapter in her book titled, “Why It’s Time To Take A Dip In The Snow.”


Why Every Black Woman Should Marry A Jewish Man by Nazaree Hines-Starr is available in paperback on Amazon.com and for Kindle tablets.

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Nov 23, 2013

RBW010: Nerds Noires


Podcaster, Nerd, and Technologist JP Fairchild discusses Operational Cubicle, The Nerdgasm Noire Network, Dragoncons, and black geekery.


JP Fairchild describes herself as a totally NeoSoul/R&B; chick with pop tendencies and a bluesy soul with a rock star temper displaying her alternative thoughts walking in her hip-hop stride. She is a co-host for the podcasts, Nerdgasm Noire Network and Operation Cubicle. In addition she is a geek, a dancer, and a lover of chocolate who would rather stay home to finish tinkering with her computer.

Intro/Outro music: Saturn 9 (Z9) by Zubatto Syndicate
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Nov 19, 2013

RBW008: Let Your Neo-Soul Glow



Singer, songwriter, and activist Michole Chanel discusses her career in the music industry, the sexualization and appropriation of black female identity in music, and the mosaic of adornment.

Listen to our guest on Soundcloud or find her on facebook.

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Nov 4, 2013

RBW007: A Daughter and a Dream


Comedian Karinda Dobbins discusses carving out a space for black women in comedy, observations on the decline of Detroit, expectations and limitations of black political power, and homophobia in the community.


Karinda Dobbins

Hailing from the Motor City and now living in the Bay Area, Karinda's humor is sharp, distinctive and infused with hilarious social commentary. To date, she has appeared at the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival (MichFest); featured at Bay Area comedy clubs such as Tommy T’s, the Punch Line and Cobb’s; and headlined at San Francisco’s legendary Purple Onion. Karinda made her primetime national television debut on NickMom Night Out, a series of stand-up comedy showcases on Nickelodeon and she has opened for W. Kamau Bell.

Intro/Outro music: Saturn 9 (Z9) by Zubatto Syndicate
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Oct 28, 2013

RBW006: Funky, Brown, and Kinky

Twanna Hines discusses American sexuality, the state of sex education, and the world of kink as well as her development as a sex advocate and educator.

 

This week’s One Question is: What’s the kinkiest thing you have ever done?

 

Twanna A. Hines
www.twannahines.com

Twanna A. Hines, M.S., is an award-winning educator, columnist, and TV and radio commentator focused on the sociology of sexuality and its relationship to culture and technology. She has contributed to CNN, NPR, Sirius, Time Out New York, Lifetime, Nerve, New York Press, Fast Company magazine, the Huffington Post as well as CBC (Canadian National Radio) and Paris Première (French Television). Having lived in London, Chicago, Amsterdam, New York, Los Angeles and The Hague, she speaks English and Dutch fluently. She enjoys passionate love affairs with far-away lands and intelligent men. Get down with the funky brown.™ 


 

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Oct 21, 2013

Ep. 005: What’s Dawn Fraser’s Story?




Dawn J. Fraser discusses the impact of storytelling on community activism, media events, and social media as well as her process as a storyteller.  

 

Dawn J. Fraser is a humorist, storyteller, and national speaker based out of New York City. She is the Host and Producer of ‘Barbershop Stories’, which features musicians, poets and storytellers performing true tales in barbershops and salons. Then she chops off their hair. Dawn delivers speeches about the nature of stories to develop vision, identity, and leadership potential, and is a storytelling instructor with The Moth and The Story Studio. She has performed in shows nationwide and has been a featured performer along with Neil Gaiman on The Unchained Tour. She loves being a twin, a Trinidadian and tweetable @dawnjfraser.

www.dawnjfraser.com

www.facebook.com/dawnjfraser

 

 

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Aug 28, 2013

RBW is Coming Back

After a long hiatus the Regular Black Women podcast is back. In case you missed it the first time...

Regular Black Women (RBW) is an uncensored informed podcast on politics, race, class, gender, current events, and culture from rabid libertarian to classically liberal perspectives (minus romance and religion).  It’s the cure for the common commentary.

Yeah, pretty much. RBW has already started recording and is set to re-launch in October. I'd tell you who the guests are but that would not be very sporting would it? 

Feb 20, 2013

Ep. 004 The Cooper Houses with Afua Addo

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In this episode of Regular Black Women I am joined by performance artist and documentarian Afua Monk Addo. We discuss the history of the Cooper Houses, a public housing project in Brooklyn's Greenpoint community, and how race, politics, and economics have shaped both Black identity and the public image of public housing. In addition we touch on: the Importance of Ownership, the 1921 Massacre of Black Wall St., Addo's Upcoming Cooper Houses Documentary, Trends in NYC Real Estate, and much more

Hear the complete track, purchase the album, and learn more about the band onwww.zubattosyndicate.com.

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