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Defending Black Girlhood

Nov 29, 2020

Join in on this week's conversation with Lilada Gee and her good friend, Antonette Crosby, as they discuss the host's work in male prisons, their theory of male energy, and many other topics. They will argue, they will banter, but mostly, they will laugh - can you tell that they forget the mics are even on?

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Nov 25, 2020

Who could have imagined that an interview from 4 years ago would still be so timely? In this holiday special, host Lilada Gee reintroduces an oldie, but a goodie as she and her guests speak on family drama, trauma, and the difficulties of family dynamics. Featuring guests Cassandra Marzette (then her assistant),...


Nov 22, 2020

Our featured guest, Sharon Johnson, was a world-class athlete who even had the opportunity to meet Queen Elizabeth. Yet, her trauma and turmoil drove her to the brink of suicide. Tune in to this powerful conversation as we discuss why accolades and medals mean very little when we are hurting on the inside.

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Nov 15, 2020

To defend Black girlhood, we must use our journey to advocate and give voice to the voiceless. In this episode, Nancy Yarbrough-Banks - author of The Exodus and Founder of Fresh Start Learning, Inc. in Milwaukee, WI - shares her powerful testimony of victim to advocacy in the exploitative world of...


Nov 8, 2020

In part 2 of our conversation with Alice Larrue we learn more horrifying details about the white supremacist who murdered her daughter. More, Larrue shares about the impact that trauma and stress had on her body after experiencing heartbreaking tragedy and details the need for Black women to use our testimony as a...