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Queens Are Ageless

Black History Month is slowly coming to a close, so let’s end it on a high note! Today’s episode features a look into the future with a young, Black Queen who is on her come up, and inspiring young girls as she rises. She’s a rapper, an actress, and newest personality to join the Nickelodeon Universe.


Put Your Money Where Your Mouth

    1.    The Wok Store- Stock your kitchen with Asian cookware, cookbooks, and beyond https://www.wokshop.com

    2.    Kaike (@shopkaike)- Fun + minimal plant based skincare for melanin rich skin https://www.shopkaike.com


Keep Up With LAYLAY:


IG: @thatgirllaylay

Twitter: @ThatGirlLayLay_

Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/thatgirllaylaymusic/

YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCKgGcrumPgZP59yxJXNTaqQ

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com › artistThat Girl Lay Lay | Spotify


Listen To Her Album Here:


https://empire.lnk.to/ThacheatcoadreloadedFA


** Check Out Her New Video**


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PUemzdCCZIQ


Want To Help Texans?


    1.    Mercy Chefs- providing hot meals, clean drinking water, and USDA Farmers To Families grocery boxes in the Dallas/ Fort Worth area https://mercychefs.com/winter-storm/

    2.    Austin Pets Alive! - working to keep pets alive, warm, and safe during the freezing conditions https://www.austinpetsalive.org/donate

    3.    Caritas of Austin- helps those experiencing housing insecurity in the Austin area https://caritasofaustin.org/donate/give/

    4.    Houston Food Bank- distributing food to those in need https://secure.houstonfoodbank.org/site/Donation2?&df_id=8530&mfc_pref=T&8530.donation=form1&s_src=homepage&s_subsrc=onetime

    5.    Houston Children’s Charity- provides twin mattresses to children who lost them in the storm https://houstonchildrenscharity.org/donate/


Find us on Instagram:

@blackandyellowpodcast

Alana J. Webster: @renegadeoffun


Email us: podcastblackandyellow@gmail.com

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