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This week I answer if it's ok to compliment a black woman on her dark skin color. Mentioned on this episode:Questions: info@askablackchick.com or askablackchick.comShop! www.thriftedrich.com and USE CODE BLACKCHICK for 10% off (just for yall) IG: askablackchck and thriftedrichBy Ask a Black Chick Podcast by Latifah Miles
 
This week's question is a GOOD one! Anonymous wants to know how to encourage her black niece to love her hair instead of obsessing over her aunt's white hair. Links mentioned:Thrifted Rich: @thriftedrich on IG and FB, thriftedrich.com, hello@thriftedrich.comSubmit questions: https://youngfabulousandnatural.com/ask-a-black-chick/Music featured: Dani…
 
We are back! This week I tell you about where I've been (love life. work. family. alladat!) and answer the question of is it ok to use racial slurs in an academic setting? A few links to what I mentioned on the episode:IG: @askablkchk Email: info@askablackchick.comIG for thrifting shop online: @thriftedrich (thriftedrich.com)Email: hello@thriftedri…
 
On this episode, I share how someone confused Aretha Franklin's passing with Diana Ross actually being the one that passed. I answer the question from anonymous: is it cultural appropriation of she wears 3 straight back cornrow braids? hmmm... This week's outro music is by @rononeal with the song titled Kilo. You can find him on Soundcloud and Yout…
 
This week I tell you about this strange experience in a bar with my friends that are in an interracial marriage (apparently that's still appalling to some) and instead of a question, I switch things up. I list 3 reasons why diversity is important for you and your kids (now or future). This week's outro music is by @DarkwaveAezey here on Soundcloud …
 
In this episode, I talk to you about the importance of letting go of pettiness and accepting gratitude. I answer Anon's question, is it ever ok for white people to criticize or weigh in on black culture or actions? Music is by @JeansShepherd on Soundcloud, Twitter, and the gram! Song title: BurndenBy Ask a Black Chick Podcast by Latifah Miles
 
This week I tell you about my awkward office job moment that I had to go through (you don't wanna miss that) and answer Natasha's question: is it ok to compliment a black woman's hair or is it offensive and oppressive? This musical artists on the outro this week is my boo thang Melyrix with his song Amnesia! If you like what you hear, you can find …
 
I am back with a new episode and despite my piss poor record, I am here to stay. On this episode, I update you on my life and everything new that is going on with me from my year of sobriety to my new man. I answer an anonymous question about triggering a friend of color and what to do to rebound. Finally, our amazing exit music is brought to you b…
 
This week we talk about Stephon Clark and his untimely murder by Sacramento, CA police. The new app in development by Jay Z and Diddy to connect people to black owned business. We answer Tara's question of when to speak up and when to shut up when her black husband expresses his disdain for black women and culture.…
 
This week, I chat about the H&M debacle and Trump referring to Haiti and African countries as "shitholes". I answer an anonymous troll question in honor of the ultimate troll, our president. If you would like your music to be featured or want to submit a question, email me! info@askablackchick.com.By Ask a Black Chick Podcast by Latifah Miles
 
This week I answer the question (and read the answers of others) of why black women profess that they don't need a man. Also, I share my 2017 in rewind and tell you what's coming up for me in 2018. Lastly, the outro music this week is by rapper Chris Prythm and the song is Get Money. Find his music here on Soundcloud, iTunes, Google, and more. To h…
 
This week we answer Emmaline's question of how to style her tappered 4b natural (and blonde) hair cut. Also, I share my New Year Resolutions (tell me yours!). The outro is by the artist Jaibee and the song is Save Your Love For Me (listen to her entire project here https://soundcloud.com/loving_v_virginia) Happy Holidays friends!…
 
This week we talk about the first black royal family princess, Libya slavery crisis, Cyntoia Brown. I update you on laundromat bae (wannabe) and answer the question of how a white teacher should address black students using blackness as insults. Plus: Original music by Danielle Martin at the end. You don't want to miss it!…
 
This week I answer Kelly's question about if she offended her black friend when she asked her for a braiding shop recommendation even though her black friend never has her hair braided. I also give you my opinion on the roommate from hell at University of Hartford and share an embarrassing story from this week.…
 
On this week's episode, we are giving the internet trolls that live behind a computer screen what they've been asking for; attention! I answer 3 questions that are totally absurd for pure entertainment. We chat about Hazel-E's terrible comments towards the LGBT community, #metoo, and the Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka'oir wedding. I also throw in a stor…
 
In this week's podcast, I talk about all of the sexual assault allegations swirling around the media from Nelly to Harvey Weinstein. I also share a deeply personal story about my own sexual assault that happened to me in college. I then answer the question about how to deal with anxiety surrounding making friends from other races.…
 
In this episode, I talk to you about the Kardashian/Jenner pregnancy rumors, why taking a knee is so important, and Wendy's cheating husband. I share my high point of the week (my son's almost 5!) and my low point (escaping a love triangle). I answer a question about how to honor a lineage that points back to a history of people of color when you a…
 
On this week's episode, we talk about the Kevin Hart cheating scandal, Issa Rae's awesome Emmy red carpet interview, and my incredible anxiety surrounded around losing my mom at 12 years old and how that has changed my interactions in relationships. Finally, but most importantly, we answer the tired ass question about why white people need to stay …
 
In this episode, we talk about the major #blackgirlmagic success of Issa Rae and Rihanna as they shake up the make up industry. We chat about the terrible death of the 19 year old girl Kenneka Jenkins of Chicago. I tell you about my single mom dating woes and my new diet. And lastly, but most importantly, we answer Selene's question about the angry…
 
In this episode, we chat about the hurricane that is rolling towards Florida, Munroe Bergdorf being fired from LOreal, and #BeyDay! I tell you about my week, the high points (yay coparenting) and the low points (boo friends). Lastly, but most importantly, we answer Christina's question about if she should use the term #blackgirlmagic even though sh…
 
In this debut episode, I introduce myself and the show to all of you. We dive into some current events like Hurricane Harvey, my disappointment with the VMAs, and how absolutely crazy Insecure was last week. We then get to Valerie's question this week about how she should handle a student with special needs blurting our a racial comment in class. L…
 
The recent uproar within the black community around these two characters has got to be put into proper perspective. Please join me as I give a real analysis to these two situations and bring clarity and focus without the misogynistic rhetoric. Call in with comments. 347.215.8933By Progressive Black Thinkers Radio
 
The recent events in Baltimore brought the issue of black women and their role as parents and as participants in black protests movements to the forefront. From the women who hit her son and was defined with a narrative by national, primarily white media to the black women who were standing on the frontines in protests in front of police for black …
 
The National Guard has been called in and curfew is set at 10pm Eastern time in Baltimore tonight. Call in and voice your thoughts about what is happening and share any info you have with the listeners if you are from the Baltimore area. Call in: 347.215.8933 10 pm Eastern/7pm PacificBy Progressive Black Thinkers Radio
 
The issue of colorism in the black diaspora is as old as slavery and colonialism itself. Any discussion of the topic brings up many painful incidents of childhood and every black person seems to have a story to tell about how it has affected their lives in some way. The various issues that exist around skin shade have affected the way that black pe…
 
On Monday night, January 19th, Oprah's network OWN will be present a new documentary by accalimed film director Bill Duke entitled Light Girls. The documentary, like its previously aired counterpart Dark Girls, will explore the various aspects of life and issues that black, light skinned women have faced growing up in the black community. Be sure t…
 
So this week we had Phylicia Rashad make a statement about Cosby and then say she was misquoted, while three more women came forward, the premiere of the new drama Empire and homophobia spewed all over the web from black people as a result, the situation in France, real or staged and the Roger Goodell/Ray Rice situation. There is lots to discuss. C…
 
The latest television show added to the fray of reality show portrayals of black life in America, is a show called Sorority Sisters. It depicts women who are members of the Divine 9 black Greek letter sororities. Saying the show displays them in a less than favorable light is an understatement. There have been many protests and a huge petition to s…
 
There is a major question in the black community about whether or not physical punishment is a viable option for disciplining children. The practice has been around since slavery and is so ingrained into black parents, that it isn't viewed as something that is problematic but rather a necessary component to parenting. In her Book Beating Black Kids…
 
There are tons of discussions about feminism but very few black people actually know what it is about. Most have never read a book about it or even understand its history. The word itself has been used as a weapon against black women as a way of insulting them and making them feel as if they are not loyal to the race if they define themselves as fe…
 
This is part two of a series.The scandal involving Bill Cosby and the rape allegations, is a major topic on the web as of late. The responses have ranged from full support of him, to people wanting his head on a stake. However what is often overlooked is the impact that these discussions are having on the victims of rape and how the ridiculing of t…
 
The latest scandal involving Bill Cosby and the rape allegations, is a major topic on the web as of late. The responses have ranged from full support of him, to people wanting his head on a stake. However what is often overlooked is the impact that these discussions are having on the victims of rape and how the ridiculing of the women involved, is …
 
Part two of our first show test launch. There are far too many black males creating shows, video blogs, You Tube videos and posts on social media sites that are for the sole purpose of lying to and slamming black women. This insanity needs to end. We will be discussing thee tactics that these black males use and what black women can do to protect t…
 
Our first show test launch. There are far too many black males creating shows, video blogs, You Tube videos and posts on social media sites that are for the sole purpose of lying to and slamming black women. This needs insanity needs to end. We will be discussing thee tactics that these black males use and what black women can do to protect themsel…
 
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