Happy THREE YEAR anniversary to our friend Chelsea VonChaz and her non-profit, We Are Happy Periods! Check out this weeks podcast episode with Tracie Walker and Suzee Dunn got to hang out with Chelsea herself! They had a blast talking about bleeding, menstrual supplies, starting your period, starting your own
Welcome back to The Act Like a Girl Podcast feminists! This weeks episode Suzee Dunn and Tracie Walker interviewed power house comedian, Courtney Black! They talk about gentrification, working in radio, already being where you want to go, being a loyal friend, and womanhood. Follow her on Facebook,
Happy Black History Month feminists! All month long we will be featuring black women and non-binary people talking about being black. Tracie Walker kicks us off talking about Beyonce, Cardi B, and herself! Check it out! Follow Tracie Walker here!
Welcome back to the Act Like a Girl podcast! We missed you last week but check out our episode of 'Welcome to the Clambake' with Lindsey Stidham and Angela Gulner !!! We had so much fun talking feminism and podcasting with those smart, funny, and inspiring women! This week Suzee Dunn and Tracie Walker sat down with
Hello feminists! Sadly today is the last day of Black History Month, thus the last day of our podcast series. Today we hear from Marian Yesufu about Yoruba Goddess "Aja" & Queen Ann Nzinga; as always hosted by Tracie Walker! Marian gives great perspective into the life of an African and American black woman! Please give
Check out today's episode of The Act Like a Girl podcast honoring Black History Month! Today we discussed the impact of Mom's Mabley, black feminism, and Fred Hampton with Chelsea Greaux!!! Happy black History Month!
Welcome back to the Act Like a Girl Podcast everyone! Today we are hanging out with Korama Danquah talking about feminism for men and women, the badass Octavia Butler, and butt stuff (Hi, mom). As Always thanks to Tracie Walker for hosting! Happy Black History Month everyone! Follow Korama on Instagram, Twitter, and
Today we discussed Nanny of the Maroons with Kali Madden. Kali is a Jamaican woman and a US Citizen, she brings great perspective of what that means and a brief history on one of her heroes, Nanny! Please give it a listen and share with your friends! Happy Black History Month!
This week in honor of Black History Month we are releasing a group of small episodes about various women through out Black History! Who better to kick this off than our Very own Tracie Walker! Miss Walker discusses the importance of Madame CJ Walker and Josephine Baker to her! We also will hear about Black History Month as