I Do See Color
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I Do See Color

Storytelling, podcasting get uptick in interest among BIPOC entertainers

Earn Your Leisure: The podcast that made me realize I actually do like stock talk

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Streaming has made programmed radio broadcasting the cool kid in the room. It’s not like people are new to the radio industry; it’s been around (as we know it) since the 1920s. But streaming listeners can…

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We are not ashamed of our melanin, and we know you “see” it. Just don’t discriminate and disrespect us because of it.

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Shamontiel L. Vaughn

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