Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Delicious Talk Podcast - Episode #9 - Race Series, Vol. 2

In Episode #9, Vol. 2 of our new Delicious Talk Race Series, Nadine, Anika and Shelly talk with their buddy Monica about her early experiences with racism.

Listen in and leave us your comments! If you missed the first installment, you can check it out here.

It's real. It's raw. It's honest.

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Full episode (28:03)

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4 comments:

Blair said...

Wow. Can you guys win an award for this series?? AWESOME!!! You need some media attention! I really like how it's being handled and discussed so far. Monica really shows that not all white people are racists or privileged...or don't care!

Keep up the good work!

Blair

Sonyaa said...

Regarding the lack of love for little Black dolls, what comes to mind is the Black in America series that aired on CNN. Almost consistently did little White AND Black children choose a lighter color doll over the darker color in an experiment that shocked their parents...and the nation.

From the mouths and actions of babes, we were able to see the racial divide already etched into their foreheads. How to solve this ever-developing and looming epidemic, I have not the answer, except to say that open discussion and awareness is crucial for individual reflection, self evaluation and collective advancement.

Delicious Talk ❧ said...

Thanks for joining the conversation, Blair and Sonyaa! And thanks for the support - we really appreciate it!

Yacha Quechua said...

There has to be an eagerness to inoculate every human being with a sense of social dignity, which transcends the indignity of something certain people practice as racism, it's foul isn't it. However it's my opinion more blacks have got to evolve themselves into being more intelligent and marketable, to spread a psychological edge which dominates over the haters with white skin and wealth. Yes, how about giving off ambiance emitting from an intelligent behavior, of course that would trumps esteem of wealth and white skin. " Delicious talk" is refreshingly delicious and you ladies are classical, it's a worthy show, I'll be tuning in next week.