This rapid-fire episode takes on a myriad of topics that have taken place while we were on a 4-month hiatus.
In this special episode of #ThatBlackCouple, we team up with Mo and Jasmine from the Parenting is Political podcast to give a primer on polyamory and tear apart some of its common misconceptions.
In this special episode of #ThatBlackCouple, we invite a few friends in for a panel discussion on all things interracial dating.
Every year on New Year’s Day, people come up with New Year’s Resolutions for goal setting. We rebuke this notion that all the work we were doing last year wasn’t enough and take pride in not feeling the pressure to change.
Sleep is one of the most important facets of human life. Unfortunately, access to sleep isn’t equal. Like everything else, it has racist undertones and histories. In this episode, we explain why Black sleep matters and how differences in access to sleep shapes our daily lives.
Parenting remains one of the most important and difficult jobs many people will ever have. And, learning how to discipline children without the use of corporal punishment can take some unlearning of the habits and norms many of us grew up with. We’ll talk about whooping, spanking, beating, etc. in this episode. Legggoo!
There will always be those people who aren’t doing the work for the right reasons. Sometimes, people are seeking status and fame rather than justice for all people. We are going to talk about that (and them) on this episode. Get into it!
It’s time for us to have a serious conversation about white people using the police as their personal bodyguards. (more…)
In this episode, Jenn and Daren discuss what it means when white people show admiration and appreciation for Black content producers and activists. There are layers to this.
In the first segment, Jenn and Daren read a listener submitted question (the topic of this episode) and clarify that this question speaks to a larger question of the power of the status quo. (more…)