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Crime in Color

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Your weekly look at people of color in true crime hosted by Keyerra. I'm not only telling stories but also bringing light to cases. This podcast isn't only about murderers/serial killers, but it's also about victims, survivors who were able to make it through a terrible life changing event or the wrongfully convicted who had their lives ruined. All of these are important and I want to tell their stories.

Customer Reviews

it's ok

i like true crime and lately ive been on this kick of needing to find black voices in this genre and i saw on twitter crime in color. i listened to i think ep 13, 14 and 15 and they were ok just not what i was expecting which was deep investigative reporting or similiar to what undisclosed does. but i subscribed because i believe in black voices needing to be supported in the true crime genre. hopefully more will come around and this podcast gets better.

Love it!

Love this podcast, I always look forward to new episodes. Glad you took some time away to take care of yourself, that’s real af, sis, and I appreciate that. The only episode I could not handle was the one where you kept saying “Prieto”, those non-rolling r’s were too much for me but we got through it.

Finally! True crime stories about people of color

I love true crime but so many shows and podcast only covers stories that effect white people, especially white women. POC victims need their stories told as well and this podcast also brings to light how the criminal justice system discriminates against POC defendants. Love this podcast and it’s great to hear about true crime from a black woman’s perspective.

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