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Episode Info: Queen & J. are two womanist race nerds talking liberation, politics, and pop-culture over tea. Drink up! On this episode… Intergenerational auntie shit (yes, we’re re-visiting the re-visit of auntie-ism), body size awareness, and that white lady that keeps harassing you. This week’s hot list: centering mature women in the great auntie debate of 2019, regional Black sh!t, Juneteenth for errybody, hire us - we’re effing brilliant, Pride month continues and we outchea, Shrill and body facts on facts, suburbia and your white neighbors and more! Tweet us while you listen! #teawithqj @teawithqj and add #podin on twitter to help others discover Tea with Queen and J. podcast! WEBSITE SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: Tumblr: EMAIL & SPONSOR INQUIRIES DONATE OR EVENTS Our friends over at Marsha’s Plate podcast will be in NYC doing a live show at the Queen Global PRIDE Fundraiser on June 29th 5-10pm, or until they kick us out! Location: Talon Bar in Brooklyn, NY at 220 Wyckoff Ave. Donate the amount of your choice for admission. No RSVP required just bring yourself! J. will be moderating the Journalism in Pop-culture panel at Women In Comics Con on Saturday, June 30th at the Queens Museum! Info & free registration: Join the homies Inner Hoe Uprising on Sunday July 7th 5-8pm for Sex Trivia Sundays at Luv Story bar in Brooklyn! Info & Free RSVP: NOTES & EXTRA TEA Hear our initial take on the great “Auntie” debate of 2019 on episode #211 “Hey Auntie”: Check out our review of the Hulu series “Shrill” with special guest Money of QueerWOC: Podcast #201 “Doing Hair In The Livingroom” - Recommended links covering fatphobia & friendship - 51 Ways to Make the World Less Hostile to Fat People: Breaking Normal: Essays about my Fat, Black, Geek Life and Still Breaking Normal by homie of the podcast, Talynn Kel: These week’s closing clip features scholar Ta-Nehisi Coates testifying at a House hearing on H.R.40, a bill that would establish a commission to study reparations. Watch Coates in a clip from PBS News Hour here: ...
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