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The Table Is Ours
63 minutes | 2 days ago
Karamo Brown: Toxic Masculinity and Black Mental Health
A reality TV icon, Karamo Brown first appeared on The Real World: Philadelphia, where he broke down barriers as the first Black, openly gay man in Real World history. Now, he is the resident life coach and culture king on Queer Eye. As if that isn't enough, in the decade between TV ventures, Karamo also became a licensed psychotherapist and social worker. He went deep with us, exploring everything from Black masculinity and fatherhood to mental health and personal growth in the public eye. We even discussed bringing Negro Spirituals back in 2021. Let the church say AMEN! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
48 minutes | 16 days ago
Big Freedia: Duality and the Power of Shaking Ass
Headlines started calling Big Freedia an “overnight sensation” when she was featured on Beyoncés “Formation” and Drake’s “Nice For What,” but she’s been in the bounce music game for over 20 years. We talk to Big Freedia about living a dual life on and off stage, her love for New Orleans, coping with grief and of course, performing with the Queen Bey in her home town plus so much more. Check out her book Big Freedia: God Save the Queen Diva. Girl down! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
2 minutes | a month ago
INTRODUCING: The Table is Ours
Black people in every industry – entertainment, sports, politics, culture – have worked hard to forge new paths and make change, and we want to talk about it. On The Table is Ours, hosts Kirby Dixon and Amira Lewally are doing exactly that. Instead of asking for a seat at the table, we are building our own. Through open, honest and deep conversations we’ll learn how Black identity has informed, empowered and fortified the lives and careers of our Black faves. Listen up, because we are only getting louder. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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