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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. 

Jun 4, 2019

In the season finale, Sandie is joined by notorious "troublemaker," Simon Tam, the frontman of The Slants. Over the span of almost a decade, the band fought to keep their name with the U.S. Trademark Office and finally won a historic freedom of speech case with the Supreme Court in 2017. Think trademark law doesn't...

May 15, 2019

Note from Sandie: You thought just because I'm out of the country means I'll neglect this podcast? Think again! Also hej from Copenhagen and the Faroe Islands!


This week, Sandie is joined by writer and activist Beatriz Kaye (the founder of the @BedStuyBookClub, a book club dedicated to women and femmes of color)....

May 9, 2019

Note from Sandie: I feel like I always fall into a mid-season slump, where I get really sick or work begins to pile up. I'm so sorry! 


This week, law student Renée de Jesus joins Sandie to talk about the case for de-segregation of schools before Brown v. Board of Education: Mendez v. Westminster. They discuss...

Apr 15, 2019

CW: The following episode contains discussions surrounding police violence, infant loss, disordered eating, and Black maternal loss. 


This week, writer and activist Jesi Taylor Cruz joins Sandie to tell the story of Korryn Gaines. Jesi discusses the undocumented violence on Black mothers throughout history and the...

Apr 8, 2019

This week, comedian and producer Edward Pokropski joins Sandie to tell the the history (and cycle of cultural appropriation) of SPAM, found in beloved dishes such as Budae Jjigae (부대찌개 or Korean Army Stew) and musubi. Edward also talks about the adoptee experience and making peace with his identity. Sandie talks...