"CELEBRATING podcasters and content creators OF COLOR in new & emerging media."

-BBPF

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Join hosts Matika Wilbur (Swinomish and Tulalip Tribal Community) and Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation) as they detail and provide great insight into the various topics facing modern-day Native Americans. Topics explored on this podcast include their significant relationship to land, relatives, and most importantly, to one another.











New York Times bestselling author, and anti-racism educator Layla F. Saad, provides a poignant podcast interview series where the movers and shakers and cultural influencers set out to explore the fundamental question of what it means to be a good ancestor.











Groundbreaking Black Lives Matter movement Founder Alicia Garza and Ai-Jen Poo, Co-founder of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, host Sunstorm, a podcast that highlights influential women who share how they stay afloat, powerful and happy during times of uncertainty.












Speaking of Racism podcast is devoted to having single-minded conversations and thoughtful discussions about racism in America. Topics include politics, dealing with racial trauma, labels, and dismantling systemic racism.











During the month of November, we would like to take the opportunity to thank and recognize all podcasters of color. It is because of Podcasters of Color that the experiences of people of color are present in the podcasting space. We are truly thankful to you for being bold, lending your voice, your time, and your unique experience to help in amplifying voices of color!




Tito's Handmade Vodka and The Black & Brown Podcast Collective will be awarding COVID-19 relief grants to Podcasters of Color! Submissions will open on The Black & Brown Podcast Collective website (www.bbpodcollective.com) on October 30, 2020! Details will follow!


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