SIM Ep 165, Chops 60: Black History Month #2 - Slaying in your lane

We are spoiling you rotten this week with two servings of Chops, once again!


Since October is Black History Month, for the four Sundays of October, we’re chatting to brilliant black women doing incredible things. Last week, Mick chatted to Wanna Be podcast host and CEO of the Shoutout Network, Imriel Morgan, next week Hannah catches up with Claire Heuchan about her book for kids, What Is Race? Who Are Racists? Why Does Skin Colour Matter? And Other Big Questions, and Mickey has a date with Hot Brown Honey, mashers up of social activism, music, dance and burlesque. 


In this episode Jen is chatting black British history and future with Elizabeth Uviebinené and Yomi Adegoke, authors of Slay In Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible, as they discuss gatekeepers, hair and why we all need to be able to tell our stories.

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