Colorlines Favorites of 2018: On Normalcy and the Kondabolu Brothers Podcast
The Colorlines team is sharing our favorite shows, books, hashtags, movies and more of 2018. Here, arts and culture reporter Sameer Rao discusses the many comforts of the Kondabolu Brothers podcast.
San Quentin Speaks Via New Season of 'Ear Hustle' Podcast
The third season of the podcast, recorded by incarcerated people at San Quentin State Prison, explores the dynamics of lockdown, the experiences of incarcerated immigrants and more.
LISTEN: Justin Simien Chats With Lena Waithe, Misha Green on New Podcast
The “Dear White People” creator calls “Don’t @ Me,” his new show from KCRW, “a safe space for trendsetters and troublemakers to get together without filter or interruption.”
Cozy Up With This Lively Podcast on Gerrymandering
No, really, it’s actually interesting.
Hip Hop Caucus Launches New Environmental Justice Podcast
Co-host Mustafa Santiago Ali: “‘Think 100%’ comes at a crucial time for our communities now and for future generations.”
LISTEN: Meet Brujas, A Black and Brown NYC Skating and Organizing Collective
The latest episode of WNYC’s “The United States of Anxiety: Culture Wars” podcast profiles this Bronx-bred group of Black and Brown skaters and organizers mixing fun and empowerment.
Jerrod Carmichael, Norman Lear Attempt to 'Take Power Away' From N-Word
The duo decided to use Lear’s new podcast to “enlighten” listeners about how “childish” it is to avoid the racial slur.
Washington Post Launches Podcast About Being Mixed Race in America
The five-part series begins May 1.
W. Kamau Bell Talks Surprising Success of 'Politically Re-Active' Podcast, Season 2 Return
Bell and Hari Kondabolu just brought their politics-and-humor podcast back for a second season. We caught up with Bell to discuss what to expect this time around.
Laurence Fishburne and Larenz Tate Resurrect Black History in Star-Studded 'Bronzeville'
The scripted audio series, which features Fishburne and Tate alongside Tika Sumpter and Tracee Ellis Ross, centers on the 1940s underground economy in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood.
LISTEN: Solange Discusses the Microaggressions That Inspired 'A Seat at the Table'
The artist opens up about the time a music critic told her “not to bite the hand that feeds” her and the pervasive resistance to Black artists addressing racism.
LISTEN: Second Season of the '2 Dope Queens' Podcast Drops Today
The episode, out today, features comedians Jon Stewart, Jessi Klein and Eric Andre.
Phoebe Robinson's New 'Sooo Many White Guys' Podcast Highlights Creators from Marginalized Groups
The comedian and “2 Dope Queens” co-host’s new podcast debuted yesterday via WNYC.
W. Kamau Bell and Hari Kondabolu Launch Election-Focused Podcast
“Politically Re-Active with W. Kamau Bell and Hari Kondabolu” debuts today.
EXCLUSIVE: Listen to Studs Terkel’s 'Black Power' Interview with Activist Charles Hamilton
As Chicago’s WFMT kicks off a campaign to bring the broadcaster’s legacy to the Internet, Colorlines has rare audio of his interview with the man who co-authored “Black Power: The Politics of Liberation” with Kwame Ture.
Identity and Labels Are at the Heart of #GoodMuslimBadMuslim Podcast
Two Muslim women share personal experiences and thoughts on what it takes to be considered ”good.”