BHM 2017 Podcast Highlight

Office Hours Podcast :Going to an HBCU [Or the Real Life "A Different World"]

Historically Black: The Fiddler who Charmed Missouri

A young musician and actor discovers that his great, great grandfather was Bill Driver, a celebrated fiddler in Missouri.

Revision Path: Andrea Pippins 

We began by talking about Andrea’s journey as an author from her first book I ♥ My Hair to today. Andrea also shared what first got her involved in design, spoke about her time at art school at Temple University, touched on her work as a design educator (including her current position at MICA), and a whole lot more. website 

Am I Allowed To Like Anything

I stop by artist, teacher, writer Elise Peterson's crib in Brooklyn to talk about growing up in the suburbs (for better or worse), her days at Howard University, sex work, and of course, her writing and art.
Follow Elise on Twiiter: @currently_elise | IG: @eliserpeterson


As Director of Operations for Magic Johnson Enterprises where he was responsible for the company’s growth in under-served, urban areas all across the country to present day as the first Chef hired by American Heart Association to run Kids/Teens Cook with Heart, a healthy cooking and nutrition program that has positively impacted over 1,000 children and adults throughout Los Angeles County. He is also the founder of KIDS AT THE TABLE, a pop-up dinner that engages under-served teens in critical conversation that affects their everyday lives over a delicious wholesome meal. Since late 2015 the dinners have impacted over 300 teens! website

Behind The Brilliance 

If you’ve got big dreams, you’ll love this episode. Kirk has had quite the journey, and he pulls back the curtain to share his path to success and in the process, makes you feel like you can do it too. website