Eva gives us a report from the O.C. about her new college life then the crew discusses Jemele Hill, Dove/Unilever, and Woody Allen.
Browsing: Herb N’ Life with Vida Star
The crew talk about Dascha Polanco calling out the whitewashed images of Latina women, a new survey that implies women smoke weed more than men , and round it out with a heavy discussion on anti-Blackness in the Latino community. As always there are lots of laughs, lots of herb and ELEVATED Conversations.
Vida, Eva, Sara and Mayra discuss the topics of the week. They also introduce their brand new segment, the Sit The Fuck Down Award. This week we talk about Steve Harvey's comments to a Flynt, Michigan resident, Tinashe throwing black people under the bus, white women who disrespect black women and the coons who praise…
Vida, Eva, and Mayra are back together again in this episode of Herb'N'Life w/ Vida Starr. They discuss, Pepsi and Kendall Jenner as well as French Montana's anti-black tirade against a twitter user and making choices with your significant other. WOC Highlight: Annie Turnbo Malone Intro/Outro Credit: @Wordamouph (on Twitter)
Herb’N’Life Ep. 8: Uber Passengers, Gilbert Arenas, and Understanding the Complexity of Ethnic Identity
On this episode of Herb'N'Life with Vida Starr, Sarita Tlacuila, Mayra and Eva join Vida in discussions about disrespectful Uber passengers, Gilbert Arenas making an utter fool of himself talking about dark-skinned women, Tyrese apologizing for being a dumbass, and more. Check it out.
story about her encounter with notorious serial killer, The Grim Sleeper. The crew also gets deep into why the stories of women of color in marijuana culture is important. Make sure to check it out!
This episode of Herb'N'Life Vida Starr, Mayra, Sarita, and guest Tee dive in to many topics and really tease on the layers of various conversations. They talk about Fyre Fest, expensive jeans that look dirty, and the innovative ways people in the hood seek opportunities to economically develop their communities while creating options for themselves.…
Vida Starr and Sarita Tlacuila tackle many many topics including childhood education, policing women's bodies, Kendrick Lamar's latest single, and hookup culture. They even get into a heated debate around period and placenta art. Later they are joined by Bruce Smith, CEO of Reality is Real for some added perspective. Check it out! WOC Hightlight:…
Meeka of Reality is Real Radio joins Mayra and Vida Starr in a discussion around the missing girls in DC, Vice's new tv show Jungletown, and a study that reveals many men do not understand the benefits of affordable birth control. Intro/Outro music by DJ Wordamouph (Twitter: @Wordamouph) WOC Highlight: Maggie L Walker