It has been a rough week for women. Kat and Bill talk about it and are ready to burn the patriarchy and rape culture to the ground.
In today’s episode, Willie Lynch’s letter is debunked, Kat and Bill talk about the concept of moving to Africa and the general litness of Black culture.
Kat and Bill begin with the Summer Edition of Slay or Nay. They then go into the infamous but possible fictional Willie Lynch speech of 1712. They end the show with a new segment called Nappy Hair, Don’t Care where they just straight up talk about Black hair… deal with it.
Kat and Bill join Jenn and Trin in answering your friendship questions.
Kat and Bill discuss Bill Cosby’s conviction, Kanye’s journey into the sunken zone and Janelle Monae’s glorious coming out. In the main segment, they discuss the consequences of being Black in White spaces and finish discussing the first Black female soldier, Cathay Williams.
In honor of spring, Kat and Bill discuss the progress of this year’s goals in Slay or Nay. They then talk about rethinking the 9 to 5 and pros and cons of the gig economy. Can we change what work looks like within our generation? They finish by celebrating Black Women’s History month by featuring Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson.
Kat and Bill tackles the most infamous racial slur in the American vocabulary. Is it ok for white people and other non black people of color to use? Is there a difference between using it maliciously and just singing along with your favorite Kanye song? Also featured in this episode, Best Things and Trans Activist Miss Major Griffin Gracy.
In this episode, Kat and Bill bring back slay or nay because accountability matters.They dive into their feels on the opioid crisis and praise the hustle of Madam CJ Walker who continues to inspire us to live our dreams.
This week in politics: Healthcare is hard, Maxine Waters is a shining star and everyone us is mediocre.
Main Segment: Kat and guest host Maryam discuss the impact of colonization and repeated trauma in communities of color. Remember, you can go to therapy simply because you want to.
Black Girl Magic, White Boy Tragic: Nielsen’s latest report reveal that Black women have emerged as major consumers that should be marketed too while Trump focuses his time tweeting at the NFL instead of focusing on Puerto Rico.
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The holidays are finally over and this trash fire of a year has come to a close. With optimism for 2017, Kat and Mesha talk about their New Year goals.