Did you get up early to watch the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this week? What did you think? In today’s show, Wednesday host Lilada Gee explores the Blackness present at the royal wedding. She’s joined in the studio by Cassandra Punsel and Antonette Crosby, and on the phone by Felicia Clark and […]
Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with the Kenyan women’s rights campaigner, Josephine Kulea. Ms. Kulea grew up among the Samburu people in Kenya, and she escaped female genital mutilation and forced marriage as a child. Now, she’s fighting against these injustices, and is founder of the Samburu Girls Foundation, which has saved more than 1,000 […]
Lilada Gee talks about self-care and Black healing with Satya X, founder and organizer of the Women Of Color Healing Retreats in Costa Rica. The wellness retreat is designed to connect Black Americans to nature and themselves, and is a space to unwind and disconnect from the psychological trauma of systemic racism.
Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with Carmella Glenn, who shares her story of childhood trauma, struggles with alcohol addiction, and what she’s learned about healing as a Black woman. Carmella works as the Program Coordinator for Just Bakery in Madison, a culinary training program from Madison Urban Ministry that works with individuals facing significant barriers […]
Lilada Gee, the Rev. Alexander Gee and Jillian are in the studio, talking about race in the news, daily struggles in Madison, and defending Black girlhood.
Did you know that child marriage is still legal in the United States? Lilada Gee devotes the hour to talk about this practice that is still happening in all fifty states. She speaks with survivors and advocates Fraidy Reiss, of the organization Unchained at Last, and Sherry Johnson, author of Forgiving the Unforgivable: Purple in a […]