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Jason and Yvonne Lee’s Lagralane Spirits Podcast Welcomes Chaz Ebert and Brenda Robinson | Chaz’s Journal


In this mini-reunion, power-producers Chaz and Brenda be a part of hosts Jason and Yvonne Lee share why they do what they do – and that’s to raise and supply alternative for voices of coloration working in movie. By highlighting impactful initiatives like Regina Hall’s award-winning debut movie, “Passing,” to new initiatives like veteran Lisa Cortes’ documentary “Empire of Ebony” which covers 70 years of tradition from Ebony and Jet magazines, we be taught from the within what it’s wish to function from what can usually really feel like the surface. We additionally be taught that what issues on this trade is being empowered from inside, displaying as much as the desk as your genuine self… and understanding that the desk you’re at is THE desk. 

In our very first episode with a scrumptious mocktail, we acknowledge the more and more common addition of inclusive mocktails as a beverage selection in social conditions. Jason whips up a non-alcoholic French 75 and the dialog flows, as at all times. Knowing that modern-day passing takes on many, many types, our company additionally share private tales of how passing has affected them and the way it has proven up in their very own households. Yvonne poignantly presents Chaz and Brenda with their confessional query, what extra must be completed  so that individuals of coloration can present up authentically and never must cross for something?

Click here to take heed to the complete podcast episode, and here to search out Part I of the podcast’s exploration of “Passing,” that includes Monique Marshall, anti-bias/anti-racist educator, and DeMille Halliburton, champion of entry and fairness.

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