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Point of Hue is a bi-weekly podcast featuring Ateira Griffin and Salimah Jasani, two women of color. Join us as we discuss everything from interracial dating to ancestry tests and even the questionable representations of race in Harry Potter (yes, we went there) from our #PointOfHue.
 
A podcast for all those socially conscious moms. I'm a black mom, raising black kids in a white world and this podcast is about the funny and not so funny moments that come with being a person of color in today's world. This is real talk about social issues, black and brown lives, black hair, relationships, mommy'ing through those terrible three's (yes I said three's), parenting kids of all ages and all the fun that comes with motherhood... all discussed with a twist of color.
 
Hosted by Titania a novice Voice-Over Artist, Brown Girl Meets Voice-Over World The Podcast, chronicles my journey as I start, grow, set, and accomplish my goal to become a successful voice artist. Brown Girl Meets Voice-Over World The Podcast will host interviews with WOC inside the voice talent industry sharing tips, lessons learned, skills gained, industry trends, and other relevant content that features the Brown Girl in VO experience.
 
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In this episode, we are using our platform to have conversations across lines of difference about the ongoing injustices and attacks against the black community. We are creating a space where people can process, listen, and learn. Our DisruptHER Vena Wilson is a licensed clinical social worker and therapist. She joins us to provide support and answ…
 
Bellamy Shoffner is a social entrepreneur, writer, blogger living in Charlottesville. Bellamy and I first connected for the podcast, a few years ago to discuss her magazine Hold The Line. That first conversation has turned into annual check in’s- as we both navigate Black motherhood and social activism. In this conversation Bellamy and I chat about…
 
This week, I am chatting to Nefertiti Austin. Author of Motherhood So White: A Memoir of Race, Gender and Parenting in America. Stay tuned at the end for a preview of part two of our conversation. I also reference the group Parents of Black Children. You can learn more here: www.parentsofblackchildren.org…
 
I'm so excited to bring you Season 4 of the podcast. This is a mini epsiode. Just an introduction to the season and a special chat with the little madam! She drops some home truths on this woke mommy. I referenced the advocacy group I started with a number of amazing Black moms, - check out the website. If you are interested in starting a chapter -…
 
Taking on Brown Girl Meets Voice-Over World The Podcast at the same time that I decided to seriously go on this voice-over journey has been nothing short of overwhelming. So much so that I developed a full on case of anxiety and I decided to briefly step away from podcasting. July is Minority Mental Health Month, listen as I chat with Licensed Ment…
 
In the Season 3 finale, I continue my chat with Kim Williams, host of the Single Black Motherhood Podcast,gets real about Black Single Motherhood. We chat about the single Black Fathers she ha interviewed, some of her highs and lows as a single mom and her hopes for the future. A few articles mentioned in the podcast can be found here: https://www.…
 
There are so many stereotypes about Single Black Motherhood. In this episode, Kim Williams, host of the Single Black Motherhood Podcast,gets real about Black Single Motherhood. We chat about anti-Black sentiment around single mothers, the challenges and triumphs and we also chat about how stereotypes about Black Mothers, affect Black Fathers. A few…
 
Salimah and Ateira are joined by Kimberly Humphrey, Esq., ACLU of Maryland legislative counsel, who shares her wealth of knowledge about advocacy, allyship, and education funding. Tune in to hear a passionate discussion about the racist media portrayals of “riots” versus “protests,” a word of advice for non-Black allies, and an “is this real life” …
 
Jeff Martin, Author, Police Officer, Father and Motivational Speaker chats about his new book, Brothers/Sisters from the 6: Role Models in my Community, the importance of giving back, wh he decided to be a police officer and why representation matters. Jeff is doing amazing work. You can find him at:jeffadmartin.com You can follow him at: IG/FB/Twi…
 
"Hi Auntie" We are talking, aunties in the Black community, particularly Aunties without children of their own, the role they play in the Black family, the complicated family dynamics, the toll that role takes on them and why Aunties are so important to the Black community. This week, I am joined by Judie Powell, a friend and colleague who is an Au…
 
Deuces 2018! On the last episode of the year, we are looking back at Hold The Line Magazine 1 year on, with Creator and Editor in Chief extraordinaire Bellamy Shoffner. Bellamy and I reflect on 2018, we talk about what it is to be Young-ish and creating content for the masses as Black mothers and the toll it takes on us and we chat about white alli…
 
We are all winging it when it comes to parenting. At least that is what I tell myself. This week, I am chatting with someone who isn't just winging it. Samantha-Kemp Jackson is a parenting expert, mom of four, author of the Multiple Mayhem Mamma blog and the Parenting Then and Now Podcast. Her answers to questions like, how do you talk to kids abou…
 
On this episode we are talking mental health and well being...for Black Women. We are droping the 'strong Black Woman' stereotype and getting real about how we can take care of ourselves, put our well being first and just breath. I am joined by Marsha Hibbert, Social Worker and Psychotherapist. http://composetherapy.ca/about/ And Taina Mayberry, So…
 
Last year an elected school board official in Ontario, Canada, called Charline Grant the N-word. Then that official refused to resign and blamed 'old age' and 'dementia' for her use of the N-word. Charline battled the school board until a resignation happened and then she took it upon herself to run for School Trustee. She's a trail blazer, who is …
 
My Brown Girl Meets Voice-Over World Journey includes establishing a brown girl brand around my name and my voice. October is National Women in Small Business Month, I invited North Carolina's #1 Small Business Facilitator, Chisa Pennix-Brown to join me in Episode 2 to share a few of her small business strategies and tips on: Personal Branding Orga…
 
Welcome to Brown Girl Meets Voice-Over World The Podcast a bi-weekly podcast with Titania Nix-Thompson, chronicling my journey as a voice-over actress. Marion Toro is a Brown Girl in the Voice-Over World. She has a versatile vocal range suited for animation, narration, storytelling, commercials, and much much more. Her voice is approachable, articu…
 
Brown Girl Meets Voice Over World Sneak Peek is a short episode to introduce you to the host and share the purpose of the show. It's light and easy nothing heavy. Subscribe to be the first to know when I release the first episode launching in September! Find me and let me know what you think? Brown Girl Meets Voice Over World on Twitter Brown Girl …
 
In this hilarious and emotional season finale, Ateira and Salimah are joined by two of their best friends, Fareeha and Erica. The four women of color laugh and lament about supporting each other, holding one another accountable, and emphasizing self-care in friendships. Erica divulges an epic #IsThisRealLife moment, and Fareeha asks Salimah and Ate…
 
When the boy child called me ‘Blackie’ from the back of his car seat and then told me proudly that his friend from school told him that word was another word for Black people, I started down this path to unpacking what it means to be a Black parent to black children in this world. Part of the village that keeps me sane is the Black Moms Connection,…
 
Black kids are struggling in school. This is a fact all across North America. Canada is no exception. For many there's chronic underachievement. In this episode, I chat with Trish, author of the Confessions of a Hustling Mama blog. We begin and end by talking about the challenges of learning while Black, but we also talk about our own experiences o…
 
This episode I continue my discussion with Brianne DeRosa author of the Red, Round or Green blog, about finding work life balance as a working mom, race, privilege and the fact that children never stop needing a parental presence. Be sure to Brianne's article that started this conversation, written for Motherwell Magazine, On not leaning in, but no…
 
There's a silent struggle that many women, of all colours are facing today....the seemingly impossible search for work-life balance. Brianne DeRosa is the author of the Red, Round or Green blog and in the first part of my conversation with her, we talk about her article written for Motherwell Magazine, On not leaning in, but not leaning out.…
 
What would it be like to just pack up and leave it all behind for a new country? What would it be life to NOT have to have the dreaded Black parent 'talk' with your son? What would it be like to live a life free of daily microaggressions and stress completely related to your race? Aja Rutledge found out. The day after Donald Trump was elected presi…
 
Parenting a three year old is hard, parenting a three year old as a Black parent is an added layer of issues to address and deal with. From banishing Elsa from your house, to parenting in private for fear of condemnation, to trying to instill a sense of self-love and Black pride in your kids, we are discussing it all on this episode of the podcast.…
 
"Finding someone to express Black Love…loving your culture, your history, your skin, is truly something special." Destinii, @BlaqLoveSoul Happy Valentines Day! On this episode, I’m joined by Brandon and Destinii from the BlaqLove Instagram blog, we are celebrating the beauty of black love, talking through some of the challenges and digging deep on …
 
Have you ever had one of those moments when you asked yourself, "Is This Real Life?" So have we! That's why, in Episode 4 of Point of Hue, we introduce our new #ITRL segment, as well as an #Unscripted segment where Salimah and Ateira as each other the hard questions, for the first time, on air! Also, check out our interview with #DisruptHer Katie M…
 
Ateira and Salimah discuss New Year's resolutions women of color must keep in 2018. Salimah takes a stand against mansplaining, manspreading, and transmisogyny while Ateira shares her thoughts on communities of color attaining collective wealth, competition between women of color in the workplace, and why the term "think like a man" is sexist.…
 
Salimah talks about her experiences as an immigrant, wanting to assimilate into American culture, compared to Ateira’s experience trying to find a representation of herself as an African-American woman, within American culture. Featured DisruptHer: Dena Robinson, Racial Equity Trainer. Salimah wrote a poem about the uselessness of trying to fit int…
 
Woke Mommy Chatter is signing off until next year! If you've missed episodes, be sure to catch up. Don't forget to subscribe and share the Woke Mommy Chatter podcast with other woke moms, dads, friends and family! Until next year- keep following www.wokemommychatter.com Join in the conversation on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wokemommy/ Or fo…
 
Kelly Greenawalt a self described- ‘freckle-faced white mom of six kids including two beautiful black daughters is an author who as written a book that I love. It’s called Princess Truly, and it is a must have. It is a beautiful affirming, inspiring book about a little girl who can do anything….Princess Truly. In this episode, we are talking repres…
 
In this week's podcast we talk to Bellamy Shoffner a writer and photographer launching a new magazine called Hold The Line to ‘support people of color and LGBTQ+ communities, people defying gender norms, working to combat mental health stigma, and the abhorrent d uprising of white supremacy.’ Bellamy and I speak about her magazine, advice on how to…
 
Have you ever considered homeschooling your kid(s)....well these are the moms you'd want to talk to. They are homeschooling pros. On this episode I talk to Eva Greene Wilson a Homeschooling Mom and Socamom.com blogger and Yolanda Newton a homeschooler and Director of Education Revolt.org. We talk about why homeschooling works for black kids, why th…
 
On this episode of Woke Mommy Chatter- The Podcast, we are continuing our conversation with black mom bloggers- Hadassah, author of the blog For Brown Moms and Afrykyan Moon, owner of the Chocolate Milk Gear store and author of the Infinite Possibilities of a Black Woman blog. In this episode we get real and talk about what it's like to be a black …
 
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