The Podcast

A Biweekly Journey

Whenever there’s a tragedy everyone becomes a social media activist, but far too quickly that momentum fades and we go back to business as usual. Still Talking Black was made to be a platform where we can continuously have discussions and talk about issues from a Black perspective. 

The Episodes

Latest and Greatest

White Parents, Black Kids

White Parents, Black Kids

Episode Summary:In the season one finale, I talk with White parents that adopted two Black children. They open up about the things they've experienced and how their lives have been forever changed when they welcomed their children into their hearts and lives.Show your...

Answering the Why

Answering the Why

Episode Summary:As we near the end of season one, host and producer Richard Dodds sits down and discusses the whys. Why he started the podcast, why it's important, and more.Show your Support:If you like what we're doing here on Still Talking Black, one of the best...

Overcoming Anxiety and Depression through Art with Chris Blount

Overcoming Anxiety and Depression through Art with Chris Blount

Episode Summary:You never know what someone is going through from the outside looking in. My guest Chris Blount talks about his struggles with anxiety and depression and how he used music and podcasting to help get him through it.Show your Support:If you like what...

The Host

Richard Dodds

Starting a new chapter in life, Richard brings his unique perspective to a new project. He has worked on many projects from The Other 40, a website dedicated to entrepreneurs, to Relationship Talks with Rick and Namon, a podcast about love and relationships. In Still Talking Black, he takes all of his experiences and life lessons and explores a variety of topics that affect the black community.

The Topics

Conversation Starters

The guiding principle for each episode is to answer a question about a topic by exploring different perspectives and having intelligent conversations.

Building Black Wealth

Black Mental Health

Soul Food

Growing up Biracial

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Mothers of Black sons

Colorism

And More!

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.”

Martin Luther King Jr.

The Form

Contact Us, We Love to Chat

If you have an idea for an episode, Spotlight on Melanin suggestion, would like to be a guest on the show, or just want to chat, drop us a line using the form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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