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Join host, Lilada Gee – a warrior, healer, community mother, (but certainly not a singer) - in gripping conversations committed to highlighting the experiences and stories of Black girls and women. As an unapologetic voice in defense of Black girls, meet her at the frontlines each week discussing topics that most impact our girls in their homes, schools, and communities. You will not want to miss one single, fearless conversation! Subscribe to lilada.org to stay updated! And to help support ...
 
The church has lost out on a valuable piece of land through wars and transfers. Father Benwell is determined to reclaim that property by the conversion of the owner, Lewis Romayne. Enter beautiful Stella, who captures the heart of Romayne. Should Stella capture the love and devotion of Romayne, Father Benwell's scheme would fail, and that is something that he can not allow. Complicating things is the fact that both Romayne and Stella are hiding their own terrible secrets.The Black Robe is an ...
 
This audio experience takes listeners on a thought-provoking journey through the triumphs, challenges, and achievements of some of our country’s most righteous Black men. Themes are made more personal by the voices and testimony of DC community members in the Deanwood neighborhood and Ron Brown High School students. Start at any one of 8 tour stops, but to follow our guided path, start at Ron Brown High School. Ron Brown High School students, teachers, and Deanwood community members featured ...
 
The She's Gotta Have It After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Netflix's She's Gotta Have It. Show Summary: Iconic filmmaker Spike Lee revisits his first feature film with this Netflix original series of the same name. Brooklyn-based artist Nola Darling struggles to stay true to herself and her dreams while dividing her time between her friends, her job and her lovers — all three of them. That trio includes married businessman and father Jamie Overstreet, photographer and self- ...
 
After reading and re-reading the book many time as a boy and wishing that Lewis Carroll would have written another Alice In Wonderland Book, John Rae began imagining what that girl would have gotten up to if he had done so. Telling these stories to his children over the years, where they were enthusiastically received, he finally decided to share them with the world. And here they are! The New Adventures of Alice (Summary by Phil Chenevert) Narrator: Lydia Mother: Michele Eaton Betsy, Alice' ...
 
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Is there something you wish your Mama told you? In our final throwback episode from her days at WORT 89.9 FM, Lilada Gee asks: What is some of the best advice your mama ever gave you?, What should Black mamas teach their Black daughters?, and more! For more information about Lilada Gee and her work, visit Lilada.org and subscribe to her mailing lis…
 
In our next "throwback" episode, Lilada takes a look at her top ten heroines of the Civil Rights movements in honor of Black History Month. Featuring long-time Madison resident and activist, Brandi Grayson. Brandi is the co-founder of Young, Gifted and Black and founder of Urban Triage in Madison, WI. Originally recorded with WORT in Madison, WI Fe…
 
As we prep for Season 3, we thought it important to not only remember where we started, but how this continues to be relevant today. In "Ground Zero," Lilada Gee passionately advocates for the importance of healing ourselves and how, when we heal the Black girl inside of us, we can better defend Black girlhood to come. In honor of Black Woman Heal …
 
Black Woman Heal Day (April 1st) was founded by Lilada Gee with a mission to increase prevention, awareness, and healing efforts of sexual abuse throughout the African Diaspora. This throwback episode begins with Lilada's testimony in surviving childhood sexual abuse and why she started Black Woman Heal Day. Featuring Dr. Alice Belcher, Commissione…
 
We're not quite back yet, but as we continue to build Season 3, tune into this oldie, but goodie! In this special segment from Lilada Gee's tenure on WORT's 89.9FM "A Public Affair" (2019), she is joined by Reverend Dr. Alexander Gee. Tune in as they discuss the history of Civil Rights in the Black church. Dr. Gee is the Senior Pastor of Fountain o…
 
We have reached the end of Season 2! In this episode, our host recaps some of the favorite conversations had this season, introduces our new team member and producer - Carla Williams - and previews the exciting conversations to come in Season 3! Also featuring Creative Director, Cassandra Marzette. Subscribe to our newsletter! - Lilada.org We'd lov…
 
In part two, Lilada Gee questions the status quo of what it means to function in a relationship - How are we killing ourselves in a "ride-or-die" dynamic? How does historical trauma creep into our relationships? How can we love again after our hurt? - and more. Featuring the powerful testimonies of Paquita Purnell and Adanze Okoronta and profession…
 
More often than not, those in abusive relationships often teeter on the line of shame and secrecy. Yet, if we've learned anything from the DBG podcast: there's power in your testimony. This week, we hear from two incredible women - Paquita Purnell and Adanze Okoronta - who decided that they'd not only had enough but that they were enough. Also feat…
 
As we celebrate Valentine's Day with our loved ones, there is often one person we forget to show the most love to - ourselves! Self-love, or lack thereof, is often the root of the mess created in our lives and is important to master as we work to defend Black girls. This important - and hilarious - conversation with guests Alexandra Gee Lewis, Tama…
 
As we enter into primary season in Madison, Wisconsin, our local elections have drawn in a historical number of Black women running for office. This week, join our conversation with 3 powerful candidates for Madison City Council - Jael Currie (District 16), Ayomi Obuseh, (District 8), and Nikki Lee Conklin (District 9) - to learn how their Black gi…
 
As we move into part 3 of our "life coach" series with our Creative Director, Cassy Marzette, we are reminded that our mission to defend Black girls often means that we need to defend the little Black girl inside of us - that little girl who has somehow not healed, been traumatized, neglected, etc. and stop us in our adulthood from moving forward. …
 
This week we speak with our very own creative director, Cassy Marzette in part 2 of the conversation, "What is the Next Step?" We take the time to explore her creative undertakings as we learn more about the underlying forces she is working to heal and undo. Website: Lilada.org — subscribe to our newsletter We would love your support: patreon.com/L…
 
The mission to defend Black girls is becoming more realized as Black women make history in their run for a seat at the table. This local election season for Dane County, WI boasts more than a dozen Black women running for political office - from school board to judge! Learn how representation and the "Black Mama" persona is imperative in defending …
 
This week we interrupt our normal defense of Black girls to address the act of domestic terrorist insurrection at our Nation's Capitol. It is clear, now more than ever before, that the violent upsurge of white supremacy only fuels the need for the defense of our Black girls. Tune in as our host challenges, "Can we defend Black girlhoods in this Ame…
 
So we’ve started our healing journey, began to embrace, accept, and share our story, but now what? When we feel stuck for so long, it’s often difficult to figure out what’s our next best foot forward. Throughout several weeks, we will begin to explore how our Creative Director, Cassy Marzette, works to become “unstuck” and discovers strategies to b…
 
Time and time again, we stress the importance of sharing our story - especially the stories of Black girls and women. This is the case for Megan Brown, who reached out after feeling compelled to share her remarkable rise through her trauma, abuse, and sexual assault. Though a difficult conversation, her testimony enforces the importance of our work…
 
In defending Black girlhood, it is crucial to understand that Black girls thrive when those with privilege choose to be at the defense of Black girls, too. In this inspiring conversation, Dr. Jesse Maupin - a local white doctor - details his gut-wrenching response to our “Ground Zero” episode and how learning about the experience of Black girls can…
 
When we go through our own personal healing journey, it is inevitable that we encounter the question, “How do I know when I have healed?” For this week’s guest (who will remain anonymous), the question came when she received an unexpected text from her estranged father of over 10 years. Website: Lilada.org — subscribe to our newsletter We would lov…
 
Join in on this week's conversation with Lilada Gee and her good friend, Antonette Crosby, as they discuss the host's work in male prisons, their theory of male energy, and many other topics. They will argue, they will banter, but mostly, they will laugh - can you tell that they forget the mics are even on? Website: Lilada.org — subscribe to our ne…
 
Who could have imagined that an interview from 4 years ago would still be so timely? In this holiday special, host Lilada Gee reintroduces an oldie, but a goodie as she and her guests speak on family drama, trauma, and the difficulties of family dynamics. Featuring guests Cassandra Marzette (then her assistant), Myra McNair - owner and founder of A…
 
Our featured guest, Sharon Johnson, was a world-class athlete who even had the opportunity to meet Queen Elizabeth. Yet, her trauma and turmoil drove her to the brink of suicide. Tune in to this powerful conversation as we discuss why accolades and medals mean very little when we are hurting on the inside. If you or someone you know is struggling w…
 
To defend Black girlhood, we must use our journey to advocate and give voice to the voiceless. In this episode, Nancy Yarbrough-Banks - author of The Exodus and Founder of Fresh Start Learning, Inc. in Milwaukee, WI - shares her powerful testimony of victim to advocacy in the exploitative world of sex-trafficking. Joined by in-studio guest, Annette…
 
In part 2 of our conversation with Alice Larrue we learn more horrifying details about the white supremacist who murdered her daughter. More, Larrue shares about the impact that trauma and stress had on her body after experiencing heartbreaking tragedy and details the need for Black women to use our testimony as a vehicle to heal. Website: Lilada.o…
 
In 2013, 18-year-old Aprina Paul couldn’t have anticipated that her response to a Craigslist ad would lead to her tragic murder. Since then, her mother, Alice Larrue, has made it her mission to empower, listen, and educate others about the dangers of sex-trafficking. Join us for our powerful 2-part conversation with Alice Larrue as she details her …
 
We’re back and - true to our mission - ready to defend Black girlhood throughout Season 2! As we start this journey off, Lilada Gee is joined with her dynamic duo - Alexandra and Cassandra - in this raw and hilariously honest conversation about not only the importance of healing but the struggle of healing, too! Original music by Zachary Moncrieff …
 
As we come to the end of Season One, we remember and give honor to Erika Hill and her life. In the telling of one story - her story - and in the context of the 65,000 reported missing Black girls - we can better understand that each life matters when we can connect with one. Defending Black Girlhood is the responsibility of us all. The lives of the…
 
We have reached the end of season 1 and it all comes to a head in this episode. Join Lilada Gee as she recaps the story of Erika Hill, talks with Dr. Jasmine Zapata - a local area doctor - who helps to decipher the autopsy report, and reveal Marie Hill's criminal charges. As this season closes and final details are disclosed, it's your turn to dete…
 
As we wrap up part three, Lilada Gee talks with her team - producer, Alexandra, and creative director, Cassandra - in an effort to answer the question, "Could the Black Community Have Saved Erika?" Join us as we reflect upon the conversations with Anthony and Catina McAlister, challenge the perceptions of physical discipline, and reflect upon the i…
 
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