Five Great New Podcasts
Welcome to the 62nd edition of Find That Pod.
Thank you to everyone who submitted their podcasts this week. Rest assured, you’re on my growing list of shows to listen to.
In my continuing series of podcaster interviews, this week I spoke with Laurel Hostak and Derek Jones of the Midnight Myth Podcast. You can read the full interview HERE.
What a not-so-fun week. Bunker Bitch is hiding in the People’s White House, and the police are simply proving the point of the protesters, over and over and over and over again.
So this week we’re going to do something a little different. In a previous newsletter, I had highlighted the 1619 podcast. If you want to know how it all started in America, this is a good primer to give you some base-level knowledge.
Additionally, this week’s chosen podcasts are my meagre attempt to amplify the voices of those that you should hear right now.
Hosted by American journalists, Leila Day and Hana Baba, provide a space for broad conversation and stories about what it means to be black and how blackness is discussed in modern society.
You Had Me at Black
Resembling the format that Humans of New York made famous, You Had Me at Black is an ongoing show that provides a space for the amplification of Black Millennials to tell their stories. Great narrative and informative stories in this show. Make sure to check it out.
Higher Learning with Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay
Twice a week this informative podcast discusses topics in black culture surrounding politics, sports and more. Pretty great banter and debate between these two hosts on a regular basis.