This week's episode marks the historic day the color barrier was broken on our podcast by the reverse Jackie Robinson of podcasting, MSNBC's Chris Hayes. We also bring back the all-knowing Stacy-Marie Ishmael for her new advice segment Stacy's Career Corner.
On this week's episode we talk about our first time getting waxed (eyebrows and Brazilian)! Then we chat with Rembert Browne, senior writer at Grantland, about the black teens who run Vine, writing for the internet, and Meek Mill's highway rest stop.
On this week's episode: The return of What Had Happened Was: Goldfish Edition and an interview with the incomparable Audie Cornish, host of NPR's All Things Considered.
On this week's episode: the debut of White Man On The Street, another episode of Tracy's Animal Corner, and an interview with singer Lianne La Havas!
On this week's episode: a personality game, microaggressions in the workplace, and an interview with Stacy-Marie Ishmael, Editor of BuzzFeed News apps and knower of all things.
On this week's episode: A dating game show, some listener questions about white allies, Tracy's Joke Time, and a chat with video blogger Jay Smooth.
Class, sass, and lots of ass!
An estimated 500,000 people came to the 2015 Essence Festival and every single one of them was fly.
On this week's episode: the introduction of our new segment Tracy's Animal Corner and a chat with Crissle, co-host of the popular podcast The Read.
On this week's episode: A chat about the wild Rachel Dolezal saga, Tracy's Joke Time, some inspirational words from Kanye West, and an interview with the incredible Tiq Milan.
On this week's episode: a quiz about white guys in public radio, a very special Tracy's Joke Time, an interview with the inimitable Roxane Gay and some Drunken Debates!
On this week's episode: A chat about Tinder, an announcement about a new dating segment, and an interview with the endlessly talented comedian/rapper/artist extraordinaire Jean Grae.
It appears Hollywood is intent on having Jason Bateman play the middle-aged white dude with a wry sensibility in every possible movie. But will they be able to keep coming up with all these peak white-dude names?!?!
"You can dress braver than you feel."
On this week's episode: We close out Mental Health Awareness Month with a conversation with the First Lady of NYC, Chirlane McCray! Plus, a Jason Bateman quiz, Tracy's joke time, and your petty breakup stories.
On this week's episode: 90s black sitcoms transformed into musicals, translating tramp stamps, and an interview with Grammy Award winner Brandy Norwood.
On this week's episode: the emotional labor no one ever lists on job requirements, a listener question about unrequited love, and a chat with the coding wunderkind Kaya Thomas.
Our love is real, dammit!
On this week's episode: The beginning of a never ending list of ways men gotta do better, the art of the clapback, and the wisdom of the inimitable Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah.