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What is Black?

What is Black, LLC

A podcast centering the stories of Black people and culture to help raise affirmed, empowered, healthy and thriving Black children and teens. The biweekly podcast is hosted by Dr. Jacqueline Douge a Black mother, pediatrician, writer, and speaker.
Addressing Gun Violence Part 2June 10, 2022 Episode artwork Addressing Gun Violence Part 1June 09, 2022 Episode artwork A Conversation with Author Sophie IsabelleApril 27, 2022 Episode artwork Black Families and HomeschoolingApril 13, 2022 Episode artwork What is Black Presents: Henry's LibraryMarch 30, 2022 Episode artwork mater mea Founder Tomi Akitunde on Creating a Space for Transparent Conversations About Black MotherhoodMarch 16, 2022 Episode artwork How Kim Williams is Building Community for Single Black MothersFebruary 23, 2022 Episode artwork Reconstructing Black EducationFebruary 10, 2022 Episode artwork Representation in Media MattersDecember 16, 2021 Episode artwork The Solo Episode: In GratitudeNovember 30, 2021 Episode artwork Addressing Racial Health Disparities related to COVID-19 with Dr. Jasmine ZapataNovember 16, 2021 Episode artwork A Conversation with Author Bethany C. MorrowOctober 12, 2021 Episode artwork A Conversation with Author Jay ColesOctober 07, 2021 Episode artwork The Possibilities EpisodeAugust 09, 2021 Episode artwork Black JoyJuly 09, 2021 Episode artwork Last Gate of the Emperor with authors Kwame Mabalia and Prince Joel MakonnenJune 08, 2021 Episode artwork America on Fire: The Untold History of Police Violence and Black Rebellion Since the 1960s with Dr. Elizabeth HintonMay 25, 2021 Episode artwork Beyond the Racial Binary of Black or WhiteApril 21, 2021 Episode artwork Centering Black Girls' Voices and Experiences: Addressing Over-policing and Over-disciplining of Black GirlsMarch 23, 2021 Episode artwork The Black Friend On Being a Better White Person with Frederick JosephMarch 09, 2021 Episode artwork The Black Butterfly The Harmful Politics of Race and Space in America with Dr. Lawrence T. BrownFebruary 23, 2021 Episode artwork COVID-19 Vaccine, Health Equity and Communities of ColorFebruary 09, 2021 Episode artwork Black Children, Youth & Education in the Era of COVID-19 with Aliyya Swaby and Valerie Adams-Bass, Ph.D.January 28, 2021 Episode artwork Victoria Bond: Zora and Me: The SummonerDecember 14, 2020 Episode artwork Lynnette Mawhinney, PhD: Lulu the One and OnlyNovember 30, 2020 Episode artwork