The creative house “Met God, She’s Black” is launching its podcast of the same name, in time for Juneteenth

June 20 03:36 2020
The creative house "Met God, She's Black" is launching its podcast of the same name, in time for Juneteenth

The creative house, Met God, She’s Black is launching its podcast of the same name on Friday, June 19, 2020 in celebration of Juneteenth. Met God, She’s Black grew as a close knit, mindful community and expanded into a social justice art collective creating safe spaces, artistic social projects and healing experiences. The podcast will continue this initiative, with stories told by many cis-gender women, trans women and non-binary beings of color on various topics such as mental health, gender issues, and family dynamics.

Expect a new episode every other Friday on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, Soundcloud and any other platform that has podcasts. Each 30 to 45 minute episode will consist of multiple monologues from numerous individuals, who identify with various attributes of humanism. The podcast will be a place to listen to the triumphs, revelations and testimonies shared by many individuals in our community. The season will have a total of ten to twelve episodes. There will be addition content available by many of the podcast participants, such as written or visual expansions of their stories on the Met God, She’s Black blog at

For nearly two years, Met God, She’s Black created impacting, intimate experiences, including Black Women’s Day of Meditation, The Wakanda Workshop, etc. currently residing at the New Women Space in Brooklyn. Some of the podcast episodes will be recorded live during events. Details about past projects and events can be found on the website.

Met God, She’s Black is bringing a dash of laughs, tears, reflection and wisdom by human beings willing to be vulnerable with the world. Expect poetry, art, historical facts and some mantras right to your speakers and headphones. Come open minded and ready to hear profound thoughts out loud.

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To request an interview or partnership, please contact Majella Mark at [email protected]

About the creators of Met God, She’s Black:

Majella has years of experience in media and social equity research. She has conducted numerous workshops including “The Wakanda Workshop” to address racial inequalities using Marvel’s “Black Panther’s” film as a reference point and others to address gender inequalities and the objectification of the female body inspired by Judy Chicago’s feminist work called “The Dinner Party”. She is also a writer and artist, involved with many organizations including Support Creativity, the United Nations Association, New Women Space, Womanly, Be Social Change and others.

Sherrie’s passion in the connection between the human social experience and it’s biological counterpart has led her into years of experience as a medical administrator and researcher, focused on biotechnological advances, genetics and medical holistic alternatives. This experience helped her develop various projects including PTSD of Colonialism and The Rehab America Summit. With her dedication towards human right advocacy, she has supported many activists and organizations, specifically focused on improving the mental, spiritual and physical well-being of people of color.

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Company Name: Met God, She’s Black
Contact Person: Majella Mark
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Phone: 8608698120
City: Brooklyn
State: NY 11226
Country: United States