By Color Of Change
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The #TellBlackStories podcast is an extension of Color Of Change's work to change the rules in Hollywood, and entire media landscape, to ensure accurate, diverse, empathetic and human portrayals of Black people. It is an unfiltered, unapologetic, dose of quick witted commentary on the most relevant social, political and cultural issues impacting the Black community. #TellBlackStories elevates the voices, stories and work of change makers, content creators, activists, and leaders driving a movement for accurate portrayals of Black people. #TellBlackStories is presented by Color Of Change, the nation's largest online racial justice organization. To learn more visit tellblackstories.org/podcast.
||CleanIntersectional Storytelling – Ben-Alex Dupris||Baratunde Thurston and Ben-Alex Dupris (Filmmaker and Firelight Impact Fellow), discuss the importance of intersectional storytelling.||2/14/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanStorytellers Changing Hollywood – Deniese Davis||Baratunde Thurston and Deniese Davis (COO of Color Creative TV and Producer, Issa Rae Productions), discuss storytellers changing Hollywood.||2/14/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanChanging Narratives in a Time of Harmful Stereotypes – Rashad Robinson, Stanley Nelson, and Patrick Gaspard||Baratunde Thurston, Rashad Robinson (President, Color Of Change), Stanley Nelson (Award-Winning Filmmaker and Founder, Firelight Media), and Patrick Gaspard (President, The Open Society Foundations), discuss changing narratives in a time of harmful ste.||2/14/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#TellBlackStories: Black Women and Girls – dream hampton, Marcia Smith, Brie Bryant, and Angie Martinez.||Moderated by Angie Martinez, dream hampton, Marcia Smith (Firelight Media), and Brie Bryant (Lifetime), discuss the importance of telling authentic stories about Black women and girls.||2/14/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean“Ain’t Your Superwoman” – Black women, Reproductive Justice, and Harmful Narratives – Symone Sanders, Alencia Johnson, Arisha Hatch.||Baratunde Thurston, Symone Sanders (CNN Commentator), Alencia Johnson (Director, Public Engagement, Planned Parenthood Federation of America), and Arisha Hatch (Managing Director of Campaigns, Color Of Change), discuss Black women,||2/14/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanReimagine Storytelling in a Time for Revolution – Ava DuVernay||Baratunde Thurston and Ava DuVernay discuss reimagining storytelling in a time for a revolution.||2/11/2019||Free||View in iTunes|