RBW007: A Daughter and a Dream

4Nov


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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