Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with activist Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement. Her new memoir is called When They Call You a Terrorist.
Wednesday host Lilada Gee talks about body positivity with Sonya Renee Taylor, author of The Body Is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love and founder of the international movement of the same name.
Lilada Gee is joined by Shonita Roach in the studio. They talk about raising adolescent girls, the new Black Panther movie, a controversial minister, and the power of Black women at the polls. Watch the show below:
To celebrate the intricacies of love and relationships on Valentine’s Day, host Lilada Gee talks about Black love, with musical interludes. Watch the video below:
Lilada Gee speaks with Sagashus Levingston, activist and founder of Infamous Mothers, about the Talk Back Conference. The conference is hosted by marginalized moms to host, educate, and share with social workers, academics, doctors, etc. It’s coming up on Feb 22 through the 25th, at the Marriott Hotel in Middleton. They are joined by Lenore and […]
In the last installment of her month-long series on the topic of forgiveness, what forgiveness means to all different people, and “unforgive-mess,” Wednesday host Lilada Gee talks about restorative justice as a form of forgiveness. Her guests are District 23 Supervisor Shelia Stubbs, and Ron Johnson, Coordinator for the Dane County Community Restorative Courts. And, […]