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The Third Space Podcast with Faiza Farah

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The Third Space Podcast with Faiza Farah

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Join us while our host Faiza Farah interviews an interesting new guest each week. She'll be speaking to dope individuals that bring beauty, justice and love into this world. This show moves beyond the binaries that no longer serve us to create a third space for us all.

Latest Episodes

EP10 - Evelyn From The Internets

EEvelyn From The Internets (@evelynfromtheinternets) a humor writer + digital storyteller based in Austin, Texas. That just means she posts funny words and videos on the Internet. Add “influencer" if you want to send her free lotion or something. You’ve probably seen her on YouTube! She joined that weirdo website back in 2008, and today her channel has about 18 million views and 240,000 subscribers. She makes a grab bag of content, from travel vlogs and silly beauty guru-esque tutorials to funny first generation American stories and Black pop culture commentary.

62 min2 w ago
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EP10 - Evelyn From The Internets

EP9 - Giselle Ali

EGiselle Ali (@giselle_makeup) UK based celebrity makeup artist and self described "eco-baby" is the best there is. She has done makeup for British Vogue, the MET Gala and countless magazines and ads. She is the future of makeup and beauty.

63 min3 w ago
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EP9 - Giselle Ali

EP8 - Dr. Wes Bellamy

EDr. Wes Bellamy, author of “When White Supremacy Knocks, Fight Back! How White People can use their Privilege and How Black People can use their Power,” is the former Vice-Mayor of Charlottesville, Virginia, and the youngest person ever elected to the position. He currently serves as the Political Science Department Chairman at Virginia State University, the national Co-Chairman of the newly developed Our Black Party – a political platform focused on advancing the needs of Black people in America, and one of the Global thought leaders of the Millennial Generation. Dr. Bellamy is the National Public Policy Chairman of the 100 Black Men of America. He is the youngest individual ever elected to the Charlottesville City Council post, and he came into the national spotlight after helping to lead the effort to remove statues of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson from City Parks. In 2019, Dr. Bellamy wrote “Monumental: It Was Never About a Statue”, about his experience as serving as the only Black person on the Charlottesville city council while fighting against white supremacy.

35 minOCT 8
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EP8 - Dr. Wes Bellamy

EP7 - Kelly Lovemonster

EPre-COVID, you could find international party dad and nightlife personality Kelly Lovemonster (@girlwhereyouat) twirling on the dance floor in a pastel pink thong and cowboy hat. One of those millennial creatives who does a little bit of everything- arts curator, nightlife producer, culture writer and model. The brains behind Sydney’s cheekiest event Leak Your Own Nudes, a queer undie dance party and San Francisco’s Swagger Like US, a queer art hub featuring emerging QTPOC musicians. Lovemonster is a child of the night with a passion for music and the arts.

68 minSEP 17
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EP7 - Kelly Lovemonster

EP6 - Zoé Samudzi

EZoé Samudzi is a PhD student in medical sociology at the University of California, San Francisco. Her dissertation research is about racial science and the 20th century German genocide of the Herero and Nama people in present-day Namibia. She is also an art writer: her particular interests are about race, memory, and photography. She has written for Art in America, Frieze, The New Republic, and Hyperallergic. In 2018, she and William C. Anderson co-authored and published As Black as Resistance: Finding the Conditions for Our Liberation with AK Press.

65 minAUG 20
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EP6 - Zoé Samudzi

EP5 - Samoht

ESamoht is a child of the ancestors - past, present and the future wrapped up into one. Born a 90’s kid in Wilson, North Carolina, Samoht is product of a musical family consisting of a mother who played multiple instruments at his childhood church. Naturally, Samoht joined the children’s choir at the urging of his grandmother, cultivating a voice that now heals the brokenhearted and elevates the minds of others. Samoht’s biggest influence is nature. The sound of the animals, the wind as it tickles the leaves on the trees and the white noise that permeates through the silence of the night, all ignites his creative process. That didn’t change once he moved to New York City, releasing projects “MXXN WAVE” & “OMEN” in 2018 with a 5th record, dubbed “EXIT” in rotation in 2019. In the midst of sonic pollution that plagues millennials, Samoht is a breath of fresh air, honoring traditional R&B. But, it’s his alternative approach that will keep audiences craving his ear candy.

59 minAUG 6
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EP5 - Samoht

EP4 - Amber Vittoria

EAmber Vittoria is an artist working in New York City. Her pieces focus on femininity and the female form, leveraging physical traits such as overtly extended limbs and rounded features. Amber is a Forbes 30 Under 30 Recipient, One Club Young Gun, Society of Illustrators Gold Medalist, American Illustration Chosen Winner, AOI World Illustration Shortlisted Artist, and ADC Annual Award Winner. Her work has been recognized by Print Magazine, It’s Nice That, Computer Arts, HuffPost, and Teen Vogue. Some of her clients include Facebook, Warby Parker, The New York Times, NBC, Google, K-Swiss, Refinery29, Marc Jacobs, Gucci, Condé Nast, Adidas, and Snapchat.

65 minJUL 30
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EP4 - Amber Vittoria

EP3 - Abena Boamah-Acheampong

EAbena Boamah, (@beanieboamah) M.Ed is a Ghanaian American creative entrepreneur, mental health advocate, and founder Hanahana Beauty. Driven by curating learning experiences strategically, Abena has been unapologetic about her identities through all forms of her work. She focuses on showcasing stories of black women globally through visual storytelling as an educational + therapeutic approach - specifically working with marginalized groups from students to adults.

73 minJUL 23
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EP3 - Abena Boamah-Acheampong

EP2 - Saturn

ESaturn (@saturnrisin9) is a performance auteur. Their recent project Venus Virgo available were music is streamed but please buy on Bandcamp.

61 minJUL 16
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EP2 - Saturn

EP1 - Mennlay Golokeh Aggrey

EMennlay Golokeh Aggrey (@mennlay) is the author of The Art of Weed Butter and an interdisciplinary cannabis entrepreneur legally working with weed since 2005. She hopes to shift the gaze to Black women in the cannabis space. We spoke to her about her experience as a Black woman in Mexico City, her upcoming CBD company and her love for Black people everywhere.

62 minJUL 9
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EP1 - Mennlay Golokeh Aggrey
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Latest Episodes

EP10 - Evelyn From The Internets

EEvelyn From The Internets (@evelynfromtheinternets) a humor writer + digital storyteller based in Austin, Texas. That just means she posts funny words and videos on the Internet. Add “influencer" if you want to send her free lotion or something. You’ve probably seen her on YouTube! She joined that weirdo website back in 2008, and today her channel has about 18 million views and 240,000 subscribers. She makes a grab bag of content, from travel vlogs and silly beauty guru-esque tutorials to funny first generation American stories and Black pop culture commentary.

62 min2 w ago
Comments
EP10 - Evelyn From The Internets

EP9 - Giselle Ali

EGiselle Ali (@giselle_makeup) UK based celebrity makeup artist and self described "eco-baby" is the best there is. She has done makeup for British Vogue, the MET Gala and countless magazines and ads. She is the future of makeup and beauty.

63 min3 w ago
Comments
EP9 - Giselle Ali

EP8 - Dr. Wes Bellamy

EDr. Wes Bellamy, author of “When White Supremacy Knocks, Fight Back! How White People can use their Privilege and How Black People can use their Power,” is the former Vice-Mayor of Charlottesville, Virginia, and the youngest person ever elected to the position. He currently serves as the Political Science Department Chairman at Virginia State University, the national Co-Chairman of the newly developed Our Black Party – a political platform focused on advancing the needs of Black people in America, and one of the Global thought leaders of the Millennial Generation. Dr. Bellamy is the National Public Policy Chairman of the 100 Black Men of America. He is the youngest individual ever elected to the Charlottesville City Council post, and he came into the national spotlight after helping to lead the effort to remove statues of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson from City Parks. In 2019, Dr. Bellamy wrote “Monumental: It Was Never About a Statue”, about his experience as serving as the only Black person on the Charlottesville city council while fighting against white supremacy.

35 minOCT 8
Comments
EP8 - Dr. Wes Bellamy

EP7 - Kelly Lovemonster

EPre-COVID, you could find international party dad and nightlife personality Kelly Lovemonster (@girlwhereyouat) twirling on the dance floor in a pastel pink thong and cowboy hat. One of those millennial creatives who does a little bit of everything- arts curator, nightlife producer, culture writer and model. The brains behind Sydney’s cheekiest event Leak Your Own Nudes, a queer undie dance party and San Francisco’s Swagger Like US, a queer art hub featuring emerging QTPOC musicians. Lovemonster is a child of the night with a passion for music and the arts.

68 minSEP 17
Comments
EP7 - Kelly Lovemonster

EP6 - Zoé Samudzi

EZoé Samudzi is a PhD student in medical sociology at the University of California, San Francisco. Her dissertation research is about racial science and the 20th century German genocide of the Herero and Nama people in present-day Namibia. She is also an art writer: her particular interests are about race, memory, and photography. She has written for Art in America, Frieze, The New Republic, and Hyperallergic. In 2018, she and William C. Anderson co-authored and published As Black as Resistance: Finding the Conditions for Our Liberation with AK Press.

65 minAUG 20
Comments
EP6 - Zoé Samudzi

EP5 - Samoht

ESamoht is a child of the ancestors - past, present and the future wrapped up into one. Born a 90’s kid in Wilson, North Carolina, Samoht is product of a musical family consisting of a mother who played multiple instruments at his childhood church. Naturally, Samoht joined the children’s choir at the urging of his grandmother, cultivating a voice that now heals the brokenhearted and elevates the minds of others. Samoht’s biggest influence is nature. The sound of the animals, the wind as it tickles the leaves on the trees and the white noise that permeates through the silence of the night, all ignites his creative process. That didn’t change once he moved to New York City, releasing projects “MXXN WAVE” & “OMEN” in 2018 with a 5th record, dubbed “EXIT” in rotation in 2019. In the midst of sonic pollution that plagues millennials, Samoht is a breath of fresh air, honoring traditional R&B. But, it’s his alternative approach that will keep audiences craving his ear candy.

59 minAUG 6
Comments
EP5 - Samoht

EP4 - Amber Vittoria

EAmber Vittoria is an artist working in New York City. Her pieces focus on femininity and the female form, leveraging physical traits such as overtly extended limbs and rounded features. Amber is a Forbes 30 Under 30 Recipient, One Club Young Gun, Society of Illustrators Gold Medalist, American Illustration Chosen Winner, AOI World Illustration Shortlisted Artist, and ADC Annual Award Winner. Her work has been recognized by Print Magazine, It’s Nice That, Computer Arts, HuffPost, and Teen Vogue. Some of her clients include Facebook, Warby Parker, The New York Times, NBC, Google, K-Swiss, Refinery29, Marc Jacobs, Gucci, Condé Nast, Adidas, and Snapchat.

65 minJUL 30
Comments
EP4 - Amber Vittoria

EP3 - Abena Boamah-Acheampong

EAbena Boamah, (@beanieboamah) M.Ed is a Ghanaian American creative entrepreneur, mental health advocate, and founder Hanahana Beauty. Driven by curating learning experiences strategically, Abena has been unapologetic about her identities through all forms of her work. She focuses on showcasing stories of black women globally through visual storytelling as an educational + therapeutic approach - specifically working with marginalized groups from students to adults.

73 minJUL 23
Comments
EP3 - Abena Boamah-Acheampong

EP2 - Saturn

ESaturn (@saturnrisin9) is a performance auteur. Their recent project Venus Virgo available were music is streamed but please buy on Bandcamp.

61 minJUL 16
Comments
EP2 - Saturn

EP1 - Mennlay Golokeh Aggrey

EMennlay Golokeh Aggrey (@mennlay) is the author of The Art of Weed Butter and an interdisciplinary cannabis entrepreneur legally working with weed since 2005. She hopes to shift the gaze to Black women in the cannabis space. We spoke to her about her experience as a Black woman in Mexico City, her upcoming CBD company and her love for Black people everywhere.

62 minJUL 9
Comments
EP1 - Mennlay Golokeh Aggrey
the END
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