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We are two girls who run a vegan bakery in Deep Ellum, Texas. We love true crime, and baking, thus Baking a Murderer was born. Our podcast covers all the crimes you've come to obsess over, a few you've never heard of, and of course, a hefty dash of paranormal stories. (Because true crime isn't terrifying enough, right?) Each week we bake a new treat that goes along with the theme of our episode, so get ready to crave more than just true crime. -Amaris & Soto
 
Rebranded from So-Called Oreos, Sufficiently Black is a show that explores what it means to be comfortable in your Blackness despite living in a world obsessed with stereotypes. Hosts Kia, Amari, and Janae deep-dive into Black womanhood, identity and culture through a critical lens as they navigate their way through adulthood.
 
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In this NSFW episode, Sufficiently Black is joined by Jaida Violet, a 24-year old sex worker who lost her job during the Covid-19 pandemic and decided to take the leap into doing sex work full time. Jaida opens up about her journey, the challenges of being a plus-size black woman in the industry and addresses the misconceptions about sex workers. S…
 
It's the new year and we have a very fun episode for you! Sufficiently Black is talking about all the weirdo behavior that needs to stay in 2021! From everything from work to society to dating, we're discussing what needs to change in order to have the best possible 2022. Join us on Discord!: discord.gg/d3RrepdTdQ Email: sufficientlyblackpodcast@gm…
 
Happy Holidays! We're going back and listening to an episode about manifesting just in time for the new year! Janae and Kia sit down with Kimberly Cummings, the creator of Manifest Yourself, a digital platform built to promote community, excellence, and support for minority professionals looking to shatter glass ceilings. During their conversation,…
 
We're taking a look back at an episode during the So-Called Oreos day for the holiday season! The hosts start off on a little bit of a funny tangent (sorry!) about a white student not knowing he applied to an HBCU and some funny Jonas Brothers interactions. The conversation revolves around how Black people celebrate the holidays and how it may diff…
 
Sufficiently Black is starting off with a conversation about fighting trolls on the podcast's socials, debating if you should date a bartender and an update on Kia and Janae's night out. For the main topic of discussion (starts at 16:10) Sufficiently Black is joined by Khaaliq "Leeky" Crowder to talk about why we fall into the trap of our job being…
 
It's getting cold so it only makes sense for Sufficiently Black to start off expressing their true feelings about the cold weather and holidays and how they plan to get through this winter. It's also the last season of Insecure and Kia, Janae and Amari reveal their strong opinions on the situation between Lawrence and Condola before the main topic …
 
Sufficiently Black is joined by Celebrity Black Matchmaker & Dating Strategist, Jasmine Diaz! (Interview starts at 18:10). Diaz tells her fascinating story of starting a matchmaking business during a recession and answers all the questions you have for a matchmaker. Jasmine tells us what she looks for in terms of compatibility, the trouble she runs…
 
We've all heard of the "ride or die" trope but is finding a ride or die partner actually obtainable? Before Kia, Amari and Janae get into the main topic(starts at 24:50), they discuss their trauma of white people loving Black-dominated sports and their issues with one of their favorites... Adele. The hosts explain the difference of the "ride or die…
 
Have you noticed that there always seems to be a disconnect between African Americans and other people in the Diaspora? Why does it feel like being labeled "African American" is a bad thing? Sufficiently Black explores these questions with "daughter of Africa," Howard University Professor Dr. Amy Yeboah Quarkume. Dr. A explains the importance of la…
 
We are officially back!! In the first episode since the rebrand, Kia, Amari and Janae give updates on their lives since the start of summer and explain how they have readapted to living in white spaces because of covid. The hosts discuss all the factors that make someone Black, why struggling does not have to be part of the Black experience and why…
 
Oreo gang we promise this is the final playback episode before the official rebrand to Sufficiently Black on September 21st! Until then, we are visiting one of our favorite episode where we sat down with Mecca Woods, a professionally trained astrologer, author, host and podcaster to talk all things astrology! Mecca gives us all the details on the t…
 
Oreo gang.....We're excited to announce the launch of Sufficiently Black premiering on September 21st! Rebranded from So-Called Oreos, Sufficiently Black is a show that explores what it means to be comfortable in your Blackness despite living in a world obsessed with stereotypes. Hosts Kia, Amari, and Janae will deep-dive into Black womanhood, iden…
 
Oreo gang we are still prepping for this rebrand but don't worry we are coming back stronger than ever! Amari decided to grace us with a lovely poem before we take a look at an episode all about love and friendship! The Oreos discuss the importance and significance of the Black female friendships they have in their lives and Amari open ups about he…
 
It is the last episode before the rebrand! We are taking a look back at one of our most played episodes and a highly requested topic... Colorism. The Oreos deep dive into the definition and history of colorism and discuss how colorism is ingrained in our society with a particular focus in media. The hosts discuss how dark skinned characters are por…
 
In prepping for our rebrand we are taking a look back to our episode on interracial dating. Amari opens up with some personal news and updates since 2019 before the Oreos discuss their different experiences with dating other races. The conversation takes an emotional turn when a popular OK Cupid survey comes up that sparks the discussion of how Bla…
 
The So-Called Oreos are prepping for their highly anticipated rebrand and they are revisiting early episodes that really embody the "Oreo" experience. We take a look at the so-called compliment, "you're pretty for a black girl" and discuss the different impact of compliments based on skin color. EarlyBird: https://partners.getearlybird.io/podcast J…
 
It's time to take it back! We're revisiting one of our first episodes while we prep for our rebrand! In this episode, the Oreos discuss the topic of "talking white" and the negative implications it has on our culture and society. Omio: omio.sjv.io/c/2544961/1078765/7385 Join us on Discord!: discord.gg/d3RrepdTdQ So-Called Oreos Club: www.joinclubho…
 
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