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.
Alesia resides in Phoenix and her interests are avoiding the sun, all things beauty related and getting her chakras in Formation. You can find her on twitter complaining or talking about rappers.
Aurelia is a twentysomething bon vivant spicing up the US East Coast. With a background in screen and stage performance, gender studies, and music supervision, she hopes her work on the page, stage and mic can help make the personal political and bridge the gap between activism and entertainment. In the between time she likes to keep up with what's hot in the culinary streets and catch up on vintage episodes of MTV's The Real World...preferably at the same time.
Fatima is a 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 is a writer and podcaster who loves face masks, television, and her collection of very soft v-necks. She lives in Los Angeles.