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Where Black Millennials tell the stories you won't see on TV. After tuning in, subscribe to our newsletter to get first dibs at tickets to to our live storytelling events:

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    Mother's Jewels

    Mother's Jewels is a two-part reflective series in collaboration with CultTV which explores how Black mothers pour into their children. The intergenerational lessons they draw from (or reject), and the life experiences they lean on.

    We asked eleven women, "What's a conversation you had with your mom, and one you didn't have, that you couldn't wait to have with your children?" These are their stories.

    Experience Part Two of this series, at

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    My Name is Jackie

    As a first year teacher in the Bay Area, Adha caught one student bullying another. But when it came time to identify the student to the Principal, he struggled to do so.

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    Carl's Angels

    After ending his engagement and recovering from a medical emergency, Carl finally learns to listen to Black Women.

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    The Problem with Precaution

    Kevin (fka Erk tha Jerk) learns the hard way to be careful what you wish for.

    After listening, leave a review on Apple Podcasts!

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    Nice Don't Mean Not Racist

    Lloyd reignites his blackness after a tense camping experience with his girlfriend.

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    Fonkin' Up

    Despite graduating from a prestigious college and traveling the world, a young man struggles to escape the conditioning of his hometown.

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    Ms Tramble’s Favorite

    Chinaka makes an unlikely friend over the fence in her grandmother’s backyard.

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    Irish You Would

    Elijah and his friends' Saint Patrick's Day fun takes a sobering turn outside of a San Francisco bar.

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    Rise of the African Americans

    Bria struggles with how to react to a teacher who can't seem to learn how to speak to his Black students.

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    He's Not Worth It, But My Light Bill Is

    Welcome to Season 4! After a traumatic experience at work, Brea reclaims her right to be the Angry Black Woman. After listening, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Google Play Music to get new episodes straight to your device. Then leave a review!

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