SERIES 1: THE BLACK TEA PODCAST
black womxn originate from every curve of the earth. What happens when they meet for the first time over food, mimosas, and scalding black tea steeped in the truth of their individual and shared experiences?
you’ve never experienced anything like it.
’tis sipped, ’tis spilled. settle in.
predatory hotep brotha | white moms
kickbacks | cape-ing for white feminism; nah
seattle racist af | progressive anti-blackness
black male privilege | separation
rapists in the oval office | black masculinity
black misleadership class | chicken foot preachers
black orgs pimpin | nate parker
black misogyny | social sexualization of black womxn
black is not poc | black lives matter
historical struggle | invaded black spaces
politics | toe’back vs toe’up
restorative justice | defining whiteness
bi-racial identity myth | queer erasure
Shreveport, Louisiana – Seattle, WA
Kameko Thomas is a freelance writer,
blogger, and journalist, and is
the Founder, Publisher, and sole voice of Asis Chronicle.
Rwanda and SeaTac, WA
Proud Rwandese Queer femme.
She has been organizing for years around
prison abolition, housing justice,
reproductive justice and workers’ rights.
She is currently studying for her Life Coaching
license and is one quarter or the queer
woc-owned co-operative, Fresh Baked.
California- Renton, WA
Founder, Managing Editor at Large: BOMBCo
Queer. Writer. Educator. Artist. | Nerd. Mother. | Brown. Red. Conscious all over.