An Aussie in the ATL feat. Kristina Adesuwa
Welcome back beloved! In this weeks episode the girls sit down with Kristina Adesuwa - a young mother and multifaceted Creative who has really done it all. Kristina has made her mark as a model, singer, dancer, video vixen, Wild ‘n Out girl, bar tender, entrepreneur and now a full time Criminology …
Straight from the Pot: Senait Sahlu
In this weeks episode we have our third instalment of the Straight from the Pot archives. This time we head over to the East to hear a woman's perspective, as Rebka sits down with her Mother to discuss her migration story.
(#54) In this weeks episode the girls have a good ol' catch up as the first official episode back for 2023! They talk life and all things pop culture as they discuss Rihanna's performance at the Super Bowl, Beyonce being disrespected at the Grammys (again!), the infestation of Ghana by diasporans a…
(#53) In this weeks episode the girls ponder over the term 'Wifey Material', is it derogatory or is it a compliment? The girls discuss whether they consider themselves to be 'wifey material' and whether women play into the trope. Then the girls answer another tantalising Flexcard question!
Straight From The Pot: Kibesh
(#52) In our second instalment of the migrant stories series, Straight From The Pot, host Gillean interviews close family friend Kibesh, as he details his migration story as a young bachelor from Ghana. Enjoy!
(#51) Welcome back beloved! In this weeks episode the girls talk all things 9-5, as they breakdown what the term 'quiet quitting' actually means, the rise of the 'great resignation' post covid, unsubscribing from ideals linked to traditional jobs and career progression and much more. Enjoy!
A year in review
(#50) Welcome to the last episode of the 2022! Where the girls give a run down of the highlights for the pod, and a review of the year that was. Enjoy!
I felt it in my spirit
(#49) In this weeks episode the girls get a little more personal and share their experiences with their religion and spirituality. They discuss the role religion played in their upbringing, the evolution of their faith, church, culture and much much more!
M'ap Boulé ft Nancy Denis
(#48) In this weeks episode the girls host the amazing multidisciplinary artist, writer and creator of M’ap Boulè Nancy Denis as she details her upbringing as a Haitian-Australian, growing up in Woolloomooloo, her path to finding African indigenous spirituality, her zeal and talent for the Arts and…
What would you tell your younger self?
(#47) In this weeks episode the girls shake up the episode by playing the flex card first, which leads the girls to a reflective and thoughtful discussion on what they would tell their younger selves, things they regret and whether they think their younger self would be surprised about the things t…