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Now In Color

Now In Color is a weekly podcast that brings POC stories, erased from history, back to the forefront. 

Sep 24, 2018

This week, Sandie is joined by award-winning director, actor, and writer Yhá Mourhia Wright, who tells the story of Dorothy Height -- a champion for both civil rights and women's rights.Yhá Mourhia gets into conspiracy theories of oppression. Sandie talks about the Instagram spiral. They discuss the importance...

Sep 17, 2018

Actor and producer Ezra Bynum (IG: @walks_his_own_pacee) joins Sandie this week to tell the story of the very first FBI case in the United States during the Roaring 20s: The Osage Tribe Murders. Sandie talks intergenerational trauma. Ezra gets matched on Tinder. They delve into the paranormal, why they both hate the...

Sep 10, 2018

Award-winning visual artist and MTV's VP of Design, Rich Tu, joins Sandie this week to tell the story of Pedro Flores, the innovator of the yo-yo. Sandie fangirls over the Jersey Shore with Rich, the only person who will entertain the conversation. Rich discusses hip-hop culture, and why it resonates with so...

Sep 4, 2018

Sandie and Nico discuss bad representation in theater. Nico discusses the story of Crispus Attucks, whose death shapes American history in more ways than one. 

Sep 4, 2018

Nekoro Gomes (writer/comedian) joins Sandie to discuss the 1968 NYC Teachers' Strike and how veiled racism within our educational system still affects the community today. 


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