Black & Yellow
The Ugly ‘E’ Word
Think the word ‘exotic’ is a compliment? Alana does, but Jacklyn is different. In this episode, A & J get into a spirited debate over the problematic word. What side of the debate are you on?
Classics: Buying Black Is Not A Trend
2020 was filled with messages urging people to support Black owned businesses as a way to combat racism, increase the Black dollar, and support Black communities. But will these messages inspire lasting consumer changes? Is Buying Black a trend? On this episode, we say NAH, and speak with an amazing guest on how to make Buying Black accessible, fun, and a lifestyle!Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is:1.Supergoodie- (@supergoodieshop)Supergood Secondhand Clothing https://www.supergoodie.com/pages/contact2.Edas (_@edas)- Accessories for the eclectic being https://edas.storeKeep Up With MikailaMikaila Brown, PhD | Fashion AnthropologyFounder:The Common Thread ProjectSidewalk Safariswww.sidewalksafaris.com|IG:@sidewalksafariBook aCultural Shopping TourToday!(VIRTUAL/NYC/ATL/LA (ComingSoon)Find us on Instagram:@blackandyellowpodcastAlana J. Webster: @renegadeoffunJacklyn Chung Young: @jacklynchungyoungEmail us: email@example.com
Summer travel is here! Whether traveling by road, air, or sea, taking a trip while being a Person of Color comes with its own set of challenges.On this episode, we talk about the historical challenges Black people have faced when hitting the road for a road trip, and what travel looks like for Asian Americans post Pandemic.Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is:Alana- Travel Noire (@travelnoire)- digital media company serving travel minded millennials of the African Diaspora.https://travelnoire.com/Kaytie- 40LBS Coffee Bar (@40lbs)- Independently owned coffee shop with work/event space https://www.40lbscoffee.com/Find us on Social Media:@blackandyellowpodcastAlana J. Webster: @renegadeoffunKaytie Ohashi :@disvillainsscholar / Podcast:@wwofdisvillainsTikTok:@disvillainsscholarEmail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Classics: To Shave or Not To Shave?
When you are a woman of color, body hair is more than biology. It’s political! The choice to keep it or cut is impacts the way that society views us & our hygiene levels. While we are in the throws of the No- Shaving Feminist movement, that choice is easier to make for some than for others. In this episode, Jack & Lanz examine the political and social connotations that come with being a hairy or hairless woman of color.Find us on Instagram: @blackandyellowpodcastAlana J. Webster: @renegadeoffunJacklyn Chung Young: @jacklynchungyoung