Host Kayla Stokes explores the lives and stories of all the Black women she wants to know more about. By exploring the past and present, she hopes to imagine our future.
It's been one year of Bias Bender! Can you believe it? I'm still pinching myself... Join me as we reflect on the hopes and dreams of the past year of Bias Bender.
I can't thank you enough for listening along with me this past year. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Cover art by Michelle Li. (https://michellejli.com/)
Original music by Adam Westerman. (Font Leroy Spotify Page)
This podcast is supported in part by a 4Culture...
Hi everyone! I'm back! Yay!
This week's episode is about MacNolia Cox and her spelling bee career. I so enjoyed getting to learn more about her story and giving her the honor she earned early on in her life. I hope you enjoy listening!
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This week we are talking about Hattie McDaniel and her famous, complicated acting career.
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This week we are chatting about what it means to retell history. In doing so, we'll cover the story of Eliza Ann Gardner, a community leader and activist from Boston!
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Welcome to a very special episode of Bias Bender! This episode was created in partnership with Broadway Advocacy Coalition (https://www.bwayadvocacycoalition.org/) as a part of my Artivism Fellowship with them!
We are joined by Naquasia Pollard, an activist and mentor who was previously incarcerated for 15 years to talk about her experiences. This one is a real gift, ya'll! Naquasia is the Executive Director of Pure Legacee (htt...
This week we are talking about the life and work of Christia Adair. She was a powerhouse who is responsible for a lot of progress, including securing a particular, very important part of our election system. Her story is not one to miss!
Hi everyone! This week we are taking the time to chat with my mom, Dale Garnes! Buckle up for some good wholesome fun as we chat about what motherhood has meant to her, and how her career fits into all the wonderful things she does.
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This week we are talking about the incredible Oseola McCarty!
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I'm back with another episode! This week we are talking about what it means to feel safe, and what measures we go to to create the bubble of safety. The story we are focusing on is the story of Marie Van Brittan Brown and her security based invention.
I'm so excited to be back and sharing new episodes with you again. If you ever want to get in contact with me please feel free to reach out! You can connect with me through th...
This week we are talking about the life and work of Dr. Grace Lee Boggs. She was an Asian American woman who really put in the work for not only her Asian community, but also for her local Black community.
We are also joined by Michelle Li, the wonderful artist who designed our cover art, to chat about her experience navigating her relationship to race. Please check her out on instagram (@michellejxli) or on her website, michel...
This week's episode is about the hilarious Jackie "Moms" Mabley! We're talking about her comedic career, the "chiltin's circuit," and much more!
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This week we are talking about the life of Dr. Jane Ellen McAllister, the first Black woman to earn a PhD in Education in the US. We are also joined by the soon to be Dr. Kiara Butler, the CEO of Diversity talks, to chat about her student-led organization.
Here's where you can find Kiara and Diversity Talks:
instagram: @diversitytalks & @reallyfemale
Cover Art by Miche...
This week's episode is about Eliza Carpenter and her life out in the wild west!
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This week we are joined by the lovely Jasmine Lesane to talk about all things lighting design and to honor the story of Shirley Prendergast, a truly game changing lighting designer!
Here's where you can find Jasmine!
In this episode I mention the movie The River Niger. If you'd like to watch on YouTube, here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clRo50...
This week we are talking about the incredible Ida B. Wells-Barnett and her historic journalistic work. Today marks 112 years of the NAACP, and since Ida was involved in the formation, now seemed like a great time to chat about her life and work!
As always, please let me know what you think of this episode. You can reach out via email at email@example.com, or through the podcast instagram or facebook (@biasbender). If you&...
This week's episode is about Bridget "Biddy" Mason, a real estate entrepreneur, nurse, and midwife!
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This week I am so thrilled so share the story of Thyra J. Edwards, a social worker who took her advocacy work across the globe.
We are also joined by Brittney Cobb, a licensed clinical social worker who is working hard to break down mental health stigmas in her own community. You can find Brittney at her awesome instagram @ablacktherapist or through her mental health consulting platform, https://www.bewellmentalhealth.org/. I s...
This week was a big week. Let's talk about it and also shed light on the story of Charlotta Bass and her historic political career.
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This week we are talking about the life and legacy of Coretta Scott King. As Martin Luther King Jr. Day is coming up, I thought it was definitely time I learn more about Coretta and her own dedication to equality.
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This week we are talking about the life and career of a woman who created so many iconic looks. Her name is Zelda Wynn Valdes, and I think you're going to want to know about all the cool things she did to make Black women feel their best!
We are also joined by the lovely Olivia Anthony (@liv4olivia)! She is a fashion designer and CEO of her very own streetwear brand, LIV Streetwear. I loved getting to hear more about her jou...
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According to the official story, on April 4th, 1968, a lone gunman assassinated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. That man, James Earl Ray, pled guilty and for most people the case was closed. The MLK Tapes, a new true crime podcast from the creators of Atlanta Monster and Monster: DC Sniper, explores rare recordings of eye-witness testimony and new interviews with people who were there to reveal the true story of the plot to kill Dr. King.
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