The long history of pool segregation: from the pre-Civil Rights Era to modern day defacto segregation
Activist Charlotte Clymer joins Ashley to talk about surviving trolls, what it means to be a good ally, and the power in speaking up in awkwrd situations.
The Katydids join Ashley to talk about stepping up your confidence game, working with friends, and owning the power of juggling parenting and work.
Who better to give us advice about work life than Ashley Nicole Black's own boss, Samantha Bee?
In this episode, author Ijeoma Oluo joins Ashley to talk about race, friendship, and how to avoid being the wrong kind of advocate. Pro tip: Do your own work!
In episode 3, Ashley welcomes actor, director and activist Amber Tamblyn to talk about creative inspiration, the power of rest, and managing our inner self-critic.
When you love a friend, you want to fix their problems, but is it your job? And how do you tell your well-meaning mom to back off without ruining the holidays?
Thanks to a nearly 100-year-old redlining map, the chasm between food destinations and food deserts remains. Can grassroots efforts make a difference?
The U.S. tops statistics for both food insecurity and obesity. There’s a long history that got us here.
Food deserts are no accident. They’re deliberately discriminatory, created through systems of economic and racial injustice.