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5 Women of Color Led Organizations to Donate to on #GivingTuesday

November 27, 2018 | No Comments

It’s official, we made it through Thanksgiving! Maybe you were able to slip in and out of conversations with the fam skillfully enough to make an appearance but right before any inevitable questions about your relationship status, babies, or why you won’t just take a good stable job and “settle down” came up. Black Friday […]

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Episode 9: What About Your Friends?

April 30, 2018 | 2 Comments

In this hilarious and emotional season finale, Ateira and Salimah are joined by two of their best friends, Fareeha and Erica. The four women of color laugh and lament about supporting each other, holding one another accountable, and emphasizing self-care in friendships. Erica divulges an epic #IsThisRealLife moment, and Fareeha asks Salimah and Ateira a […]

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Episode 8: Stand Up & Speak Out

April 3, 2018 | No Comments

In this special #DisruptHer outtakes episode of Point of Hue, Ateira and Salimah pay tribute to several of the amazing women of color they’ve interviewed over the past few months. Our DisruptHers discuss their identities, what they need more of from the world, what messages they want to challenge, and what their hopes are for […]

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Episode 7: The Beauty of Language and Culture

March 19, 2018 | No Comments

In Episode 7, Ateira and Salimah are joined by guest host Natasha Escobar. Tune in to learn about variations in beauty standards between cultures, how to prove you’re indigenous, and what it means to be a white ally. Plus, check out Ateira’s talent with accents, Salimah’s “Get Out” moment, and Natasha’s advice for tall girls.

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Episode 6: Where are the Coins Coming From?

March 5, 2018 | No Comments

Ateira and Salimah discuss “the butters”, racial slurs, and a preview of Black Panther. Featuring #Misterupter Nicholas Mitchell from the Greenmount West Community Center. Greenmount West Community Center Noisy Tenants

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Episode 5: Black Lives Matter … Everyday

February 19, 2018 | No Comments

Ateira and Salimah discuss how to be an effective ally for the Black community, Black Lives Matter week of action, mental illness in the criminal justice system, and whether Indians are truly better at math. They also allude to Black Panther, so stay tuned to hear their thoughts as women of color after taking a trip […]

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Episode 4: Ain’t I A Woman (Of Color)?

February 5, 2018 | No Comments

  Have you ever had one of those moments when you asked yourself, “Is This Real Life?” So have we! That’s why, in Episode 4 of Point of Hue, we introduce our new #ITRL segment, as well as an #Unscripted segment where Salimah and Ateira as each other the hard questions, for the first time, […]

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After The March: How to Stay Active from Now Until the Polls

January 27, 2018 | No Comments

By Ateira Griffin In 2017, we marched against the orange cloud descending upon the white house in resistance to misogyny, racism, and white supremacy. Now, in 2018, we gathered together again. Some still wearing those horrible pink hats – I’ll be honest, I can’t stand those hats. Meanwhile, others carried signs declaring solidarity with women […]

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Episode 3: The Root of the Matter

January 22, 2018 | No Comments

  Ateira and Salimah engage in an honest no holds barred conversation with the executive leadership of Not Without Black Women (NWBW) a racial and gender justice organization based in Baltimore, MD. NWBW shares how they are unapologetic about centering black women’s issues in the political sphere, why black mothers are important, and other women […]

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Episode 2: Dont’ Leave a Sistah Hanging … And Other Resolutions

January 8, 2018 | No Comments

  Ateira and Salimah discuss New Year’s resolutions women of color must keep in 2018. Salimah takes a stand against mansplaining, manspreading, and transmisogyny while Ateira shares her thoughts on communities of color attaining collective wealth, competition between women of color in the workplace, and why the term “think like a man” is sexist.

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