Black & Yellow
Mammies, Jezebels, and Barbies
Black women have been objectified, stereotyped, and pathologized in film and TV for decades. Alana and Jacklyn discuss the harmful tropes preventing Black women from being seen as fully formed characters (or humans…for that matter).
A Recipe For Disaster
Coronavirus is wrecking havoc on the African American community, and the death toll continues to rise. While some may call COVID-19 “The Great Equalizer,” Blacks in America are experiencing more inequality, more risk, and more policing in the Age Of The Pandemic. In this episode, Alana & Jacklyn unpack the reasons why the novel Coronavirus has been particularly devastating for African Americans.Find us on Instagram: @blackandyellowpodcastAlana J. Webster: @renegadeoffunJacklyn Chung Young: @jacklynchungyoung
Fantastic Feminists You’ve Never Heard Of (Until Now)
March was Women’s History Month! While we have talked about why this month celebrates women, we wanted to use this episode to spotlight some marvelous women who have shaped history. In this episode, Alana & Jack, spotlight some accomplished feminists who have not gotten a proper amount of attention for their contributions to our world. They deserve the praise, and we are more than happy to give it to them!Find us on Instagram: @blackandyellowpodcastAlana J. Webster: @renegadeoffunJacklyn Chung Young: @jacklynchungyoung
It’s Women’s History Month! This is the month to celebrate all the amazing contributions women have made to our world. But why is March Women’s History Month? In this episode, Alana & Jac talk about why the month of March is significant to the feminist movement, and why are celebrating all this month. BONUS: we will be giving you tips on how to celebrate Women’s History Month while social distancing!Find us on Instagram: @blackandyellowpodcastAlana J. Webster: @renegadeoffunJacklyn Chung Young: @jacklynchungyoung