Seen

Seen

A podcast dedicated to exploring and understanding the black experience through our millennial lenses. Through the transparency and discussion of our own lives, thoughts, and experiences, we attempt to navigate religion, sex, adulthood, popular culture, mental health, gender, identity, and more... Seen is hosted by three young, black adults (Vaughan, Daijah, & JaNay) just seeking to understand our own trauma, curiosities, and qualms. Each episode, we discuss topics that either made us raise our black fists in solidarity or made us give a hard side-eye with "F*ck Yeahs & Hell Nahs." We acknowledge black accomplishment with "I See You." Each episode, our cohosts rotate choosing & moderating a given topic. This show is equal parts group therapy and roasting session. Join us as we discuss black pastimes and taboos alike. As marginalized, underrepresented individuals, we just want to be loved, be heard, and be Seen.... Show More

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Vaughan, Daijah, & special guest Craig Jones II host another episode of Seen! In this week's main topic, we'll be discussing interracial relationships! What are our implicit biases about mixed race couples? 

Featuring a special interview with psychiatrist Dr. Nora Nneka.

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Vaughan, Daijah, & JaNay host another episode of Seen! In this week's main topic, we'll be discussing friendships, both new and old! Were friendships more meaningful in school or do they mean more now that we're all adults? I mean, we have money to whatever we want now but kids, and work, and relationships, and... Let's just meet up next week (not really.)

We explore the many minutiae that define friendship and w...

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Vaughan, Daijah, & JaNay host another episode of Seen. In this week's main topic, we'll be exploring the myriad curiosities & qualms surrounding marijuana: should it be legalized federally? How do we define impairment in different people? When was the first time you smoked? 

We explore not just the cultural conundrums about weed but also the psychological questions, trying to understand the determine if there exists ...

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March 2, 2020 98 min

Vaughan, Daijah, & JaNay host another episode of Seen and in this week's main topic, we'll be exploring biases within black beauty. What is the difference between a preference and bigotry (i.e. not dating fat women, dark-skinned men,  etc...)? How are our biases surrounding beauty formed? How does beauty affect how we treat others? What is beauty?

We dive into the varying degrees of whiteness (I'm not white, I'm...

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February 17, 2020 70 min

Are we raising our black children adequately enough to navigate adulthood? Maybe we're under preparing them? Perhaps we're raising them to find a partner without teaching them to live independently? Join as we discuss black parenting methods, adult autism, mental health, gender roles, disenfranchisement & more with special guest Jordan Searcy! 

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February 3, 2020 66 min

What is cancel culture? Does it even truly exist? Join us as we talk about Terry Crews, Kevin Hart, and others as we attempt to navigate this sticky, heavily polarized subject; also, go Kansas City Chiefs! 

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