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Episode 26: Sleepwalking

Kat and Mesha break down whether one can be truly “woke” if they are still participating in one or more systems of oppression. Can you be woke on one topic but sleepwalking on other identities? They also discuss upcoming Black historical fiction films and preparing natural hair for winter.

Episode 25: The Cycle Never Ends Pt.2

Kat and Mesha finish discussing the criminal justice system with special guest, Loredana Valtierra Esq. They unpack the school to prison pipeline while questioning whether America can be the land of the free when almost a third of the population is or has been imprisoned. They also highlight the foolishness that is Donald Trump and why the personal is political. #tacotruckoneverycorner

Episode 24: The Cycle Never Ends Pt 1

This is the first part of a two part discussion on the criminal justice system with our special guest Loredana Valtierra. We analyze the different levels of policing and the court system and figure out how just justice really is. We also talk about the elusive Frank Ocean and Ryan Lochte’s white lies. ¬†Season 2 starts now.

Episode 23: Irony of Independence

Is celebrating  Independence day counterintuitive for a country built on slavery? Kat and Mesha discuss the problem behind  patriotism.

Episode 18: Dark Side of Gentrification

Kat and Mesha chat about gentrification and tell Phil Mushnick where he can stick it.

Episode 16: Birds For Bernie

Kat and Mesha discuss Bernie Sanders supporters, both birds and bros alike and answer a few fucked up questions.

Episode 15: This Is What Sleep’s Like

Mesha and Kat talk about the power of skin tone and the creation of Whiteness.

 

Check out Tim Wise’s whole lecture here: https://youtu.be/477QqWOVBHw

Episode 14: Spicy Brown Beauty

Mesha and Kat talk make up, head wraps, Black American beauty and emotional scurvy.

Episode 13: Take a Seat, Alabama

Mesha and Kat discuss how far people will take free speech and the right to assemble.

Episode 11: Hodgepodge of Hot Mess

Ever wonder what it is like to walk into the middle of our conversation after we have had too much wine?