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Two & Fro

DaLyah Jones & Jacquelyn Carter

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Podcast hosts discuss underrepresented communities and issues related to the black southern experience.

Latest Episodes

I Rise (Ep. 11)

EHappy Pride! This week we speak to African-American Transgender author Toni Newman, Executive Director of St. James Infirmary, about being a proud, Black Southern transgender woman. Self-Taught local illustrator and comic artist Ethan Parker talks about his work rooted at the social causes at the intersections of black womanhood in the queer and trans communities....

38 MIN2018 JUN 12
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I Rise (Ep. 11)

Conversations with Momma San (Ep. 10)

EDaLyah talks sex, black, Southern identity, life advice for those 20-somethings and how to not get fired from Burger King with her own mom in this short bonus episode.

19 MIN2018 MAY 22
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Conversations with Momma San (Ep. 10)

Dirty Computer (Ep. 9)

EAlexandria Cunninghamtalks eroticism and black women on this week’s episode of Two&Fro. Cunningham is agraduate student in African and African Diaspora studies at the University of Texas in Austin. Her work focuses on Black Feminism, Black Sexual Politics, Fantasy and Eroticism, Sexual Economies, Hip-Hop, and Popular and Strip Club Culture. Nigerian American artist and native...

35 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Dirty Computer (Ep. 9)

Lemonade Anniversary Live Show Celebration (Ep. 8)

EDaLyah and Jackie celebrate the two-year anniversary of Beyoncé’s visual album Lemonade with their first live show at the Tiny Texas Podcast Festival. They speak linguistics and Southern identity with AlexisMcGee. McGee is a doctoral candidate in the University of Texas at San Antonio Department of English studying black feminist theory, black women’s language &...

55 MIN2018 APR 23
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Lemonade Anniversary Live Show Celebration (Ep. 8)

Eloquent Rage (Ep. 7)

EThe Crunk Professor Brittney Cooper talks about her new book “Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers her Superpower.” Dr. Cooper is an Associate Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Africana Studies at Rutgers University. She also co-founded the popular Crunk Feminist Collective blog. DaLyah also stops by the first SXSW Curly Girl Picnic event...

45 MIN2018 MAR 20
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Eloquent Rage (Ep. 7)

Queer Southern Identity (Ep.6)

EDr. Qiana Cutts talks about her essay in “Queer South Rising: Voices of a Contested South.” She touches on being black, Afrocentric, a Southern belle and queer. She also shares a personal letter about accepting her own identity and not becoming a disappointment to her own black Southern mother.

25 MIN2018 MAR 6
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Queer Southern Identity (Ep.6)

Slim Thicker Than a Bowl of Grits (Ep. 5)

EAssociate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Texas Dr. Germine Awad talks about her study on the way black women view their own body imagery. Slam Poet Champion Ebony Stewart also shares some words on the value of black hair.

32 MIN2018 FEB 20
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Slim Thicker Than a Bowl of Grits (Ep. 5)

Black Women’s Roles in Horror (Ep. 4)

EExplore black women’s role and portrayal in horror films and literature with University of Texas at San Antoniorace, gender and horror scholarKinitra Brooks. Special guest host La’Kayla Williams also performs DaLyah’s tarot card reading on this hair-raising episode.

33 MIN2018 FEB 6
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Black Women’s Roles in Horror (Ep. 4)

Put Yah Foot in It (Ep. 3)

EKitchen Diva Angela Medearistalks about the history and concepts of African American cuisine. Jackie also talks about the movie “Soul Food” and her theory of how Big Mama led to her own demise.

39 MIN2018 JAN 23
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Put Yah Foot in It (Ep. 3)

Swangin’ and Bangin’ (Ep. 2)

EThe history of Southern Hip-hop and the women missing in it is discussed with Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow Dr. Regina N. Bradley. Jackie and DaLyah also speak with up-and-coming Houston hip-hop artist Megan Thee Stallion.​​

39 MIN2018 JAN 9
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Swangin’ and Bangin’ (Ep. 2)

Latest Episodes

I Rise (Ep. 11)

EHappy Pride! This week we speak to African-American Transgender author Toni Newman, Executive Director of St. James Infirmary, about being a proud, Black Southern transgender woman. Self-Taught local illustrator and comic artist Ethan Parker talks about his work rooted at the social causes at the intersections of black womanhood in the queer and trans communities....

38 MIN2018 JUN 12
Comments
I Rise (Ep. 11)

Conversations with Momma San (Ep. 10)

EDaLyah talks sex, black, Southern identity, life advice for those 20-somethings and how to not get fired from Burger King with her own mom in this short bonus episode.

19 MIN2018 MAY 22
Comments
Conversations with Momma San (Ep. 10)

Dirty Computer (Ep. 9)

EAlexandria Cunninghamtalks eroticism and black women on this week’s episode of Two&Fro. Cunningham is agraduate student in African and African Diaspora studies at the University of Texas in Austin. Her work focuses on Black Feminism, Black Sexual Politics, Fantasy and Eroticism, Sexual Economies, Hip-Hop, and Popular and Strip Club Culture. Nigerian American artist and native...

35 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Dirty Computer (Ep. 9)

Lemonade Anniversary Live Show Celebration (Ep. 8)

EDaLyah and Jackie celebrate the two-year anniversary of Beyoncé’s visual album Lemonade with their first live show at the Tiny Texas Podcast Festival. They speak linguistics and Southern identity with AlexisMcGee. McGee is a doctoral candidate in the University of Texas at San Antonio Department of English studying black feminist theory, black women’s language &...

55 MIN2018 APR 23
Comments
Lemonade Anniversary Live Show Celebration (Ep. 8)

Eloquent Rage (Ep. 7)

EThe Crunk Professor Brittney Cooper talks about her new book “Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers her Superpower.” Dr. Cooper is an Associate Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Africana Studies at Rutgers University. She also co-founded the popular Crunk Feminist Collective blog. DaLyah also stops by the first SXSW Curly Girl Picnic event...

45 MIN2018 MAR 20
Comments
Eloquent Rage (Ep. 7)

Queer Southern Identity (Ep.6)

EDr. Qiana Cutts talks about her essay in “Queer South Rising: Voices of a Contested South.” She touches on being black, Afrocentric, a Southern belle and queer. She also shares a personal letter about accepting her own identity and not becoming a disappointment to her own black Southern mother.

25 MIN2018 MAR 6
Comments
Queer Southern Identity (Ep.6)

Slim Thicker Than a Bowl of Grits (Ep. 5)

EAssociate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Texas Dr. Germine Awad talks about her study on the way black women view their own body imagery. Slam Poet Champion Ebony Stewart also shares some words on the value of black hair.

32 MIN2018 FEB 20
Comments
Slim Thicker Than a Bowl of Grits (Ep. 5)

Black Women’s Roles in Horror (Ep. 4)

EExplore black women’s role and portrayal in horror films and literature with University of Texas at San Antoniorace, gender and horror scholarKinitra Brooks. Special guest host La’Kayla Williams also performs DaLyah’s tarot card reading on this hair-raising episode.

33 MIN2018 FEB 6
Comments
Black Women’s Roles in Horror (Ep. 4)

Put Yah Foot in It (Ep. 3)

EKitchen Diva Angela Medearistalks about the history and concepts of African American cuisine. Jackie also talks about the movie “Soul Food” and her theory of how Big Mama led to her own demise.

39 MIN2018 JAN 23
Comments
Put Yah Foot in It (Ep. 3)

Swangin’ and Bangin’ (Ep. 2)

EThe history of Southern Hip-hop and the women missing in it is discussed with Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow Dr. Regina N. Bradley. Jackie and DaLyah also speak with up-and-coming Houston hip-hop artist Megan Thee Stallion.​​

39 MIN2018 JAN 9
Comments
Swangin’ and Bangin’ (Ep. 2)
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