In recognition of Black History Month, Justice Yvette McGee Brown, the first Black woman to be appointed to the Ohio Supreme Court, opens up about President Biden’s plan to nominate a Black woman to the Supreme Court and shares advice to young women who aspire to be in leadership positions.
[Full Episode] Kelly Osbourne Dishes on Her Love Life
After playing Spin the Heel, Kelly Osbourne spills the tea on her love life.
Where Does Hyper-Independence Come From? Opening Up About How Trauma Has Affected our Livelihood
Independence is widely celebrated, but there is a time when too much independence can prove harmful. We open up about our experience with hyper-independence and the telltale signs you might be struggling with the same feeling.
From Sensitivity to Being Lonely: We Reveal the Vulnerabilities We Don’t Always Like to Admit
Vulnerability has a way of making some feel uncomfortable, but is there beauty in sharing your emotions? We reveal some of our most private vulnerabilities and the effects they have on our lives.
IDK & NLE Choppa: Negative Stigma of Rap Music, Teaching at Harvard, & Efforts to Redefine Hip-Hop
Rappers IDK and NLE Choppa are highlighting the side of hip-hop society rarely gets to see with their thought-provoking lyrics and community activism. The musicians also reveal the balance needed in hip-hop and how important it is to educate children about the other side of the music business most don’t see.
When Imposter Syndrome Rears Its Ugly Head
Imposter syndrome is often felt when you’ve arrived at a place you don’t feel you deserve or when you’ve surpassed your friends in a certain achievement. We also reveal the times time we’ve felt guilty for succeeding. Plus, we weigh in on the dangers of living your dreams for someone else.
[Full Episode] Happy Wife, Happy Life
Straight from the hit show “The Good Wife,” Mike Colter stops by!