Real Talk: Black Minds Matter

Ep. 6 Black Love

March 06, 2021 Season 1 Episode 6
Real Talk: Black Minds Matter
Ep. 6 Black Love
Show Notes

February’s episode of Real Talk: Black Minds Matter is entitled Black Love. What does Black Love look like to you? Black love is a key element in building up our communities. Love looks different in different households throughout the Black community. It is our job to promote healthy Black Love for all relationship dynamics, including self love. In this podcast we will discuss what Black love looks like, the importance of healthy Black love and how we can change the narrative behind it. Our Co-hosts Andrea Brown and Nia Jones are joined by Dr. Chanta Blue, Dr. Donna Oriowo and Author Bree Gordon  and will be discussing how theses women are educating and having a REAL impact on their communities around love.  

Links/Information discussed in this episode:

  • Dr. Oriowo social media: @annodright
  • Dr. Blue social media: @nj_sextherapist
  • Bree Gordon social media: @breegordon_

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