Black Girls Talking is a podcast wherein 4 black women discuss pop culture, representation of people of color, & the pursuit of the perfect body oil.

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Alesia Alesia is a delightful West Coaster who was once called a “g cold priestess” after exhibiting an uncanny ability to be rude to strangers. Her background in Gucci Mane has landed her a j-o-b at a community based nonprofit focused on ending poverty. In her free time she can be found avoiding youths, writing haikus about bronzer, and talking very loudly about gentrification in wine bars.

Alesia

Alesia is a delightful West Coaster who was once called a “g cold priestess” after exhibiting an uncanny ability to be rude to strangers. Her background in Gucci Mane has landed her a j-o-b at a community based nonprofit focused on ending poverty. In her free time she can be found avoiding youths, writing haikus about bronzer, and talking very loudly about gentrification in wine bars.

Aurelia Aurelia, aka MC Lipgloss, aka DJ Stretch Pants, aka Ghostface Huxtable, is a twentysomething bon vivant spicing up the US East Coast. She majored in screen and stage performance and creative writing, so she could drop a mixtape and be her own video girl, but she started podcasting instead. She has a great day job that’s none of your business, and also can be seen in regional screen and stage endeavors, as well as being an active advocate for social responsibility in arts and entertainment. TL;DR: I am a professional rude girl, and also devastatingly gorgeous, so just trust me.

Aurelia

Aurelia, aka MC Lipgloss, aka DJ Stretch Pants, aka Ghostface Huxtable, is a twentysomething bon vivant spicing up the US East Coast. She majored in screen and stage performance and creative writing, so she could drop a mixtape and be her own video girl, but she started podcasting instead. She has a great day job that’s none of your business, and also can be seen in regional screen and stage endeavors, as well as being an active advocate for social responsibility in arts and entertainment. TL;DR: I am a professional rude girl, and also devastatingly gorgeous, so just trust me.

Fatima Fatima is a writer, community organizer and cultural studies fiend by day and a rapper by night. That last part is false. She’s a rapper all day, every day (in her mind). When she ventures outside of the internet, you can find her riding around her city on her bike —which she has named Prince Rogers Nelson —and stuffing her face with tacos.

Fatima

Fatima is a writer, community organizer and cultural studies fiend by day and a rapper by night. That last part is false. She’s a rapper all day, every day (in her mind). When she ventures outside of the internet, you can find her riding around her city on her bike —which she has named Prince Rogers Nelson —and stuffing her face with tacos.

Ramou Ramou is a writer and podcaster who pays her bills as an indigent defense paralegal. Law enforcement officials often try to relate to her by talking about The Wire. It's fun. When she's not gallivanting around the internet, she can be found looking rude on a stool at her local dive bar or breaking a sweat as she sprints downstairs trying to avoid her neighbors when she meets the delivery man.   

Ramou

Ramou is a writer and podcaster who pays her bills as an indigent defense paralegal. Law enforcement officials often try to relate to her by talking about The Wire. It's fun. When she's not gallivanting around the internet, she can be found looking rude on a stool at her local dive bar or breaking a sweat as she sprints downstairs trying to avoid her neighbors when she meets the delivery man. 
 

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