If there's one thing we've taken away from the past weekend's sad events in Charlottesville, it's the need to continue to call it like we see it — whether that "it" is racism, bigotry, sexism, terrorism, or any targeted attack on a certain group of people.
We've all got eyes, hearts, and lives of our own. And they can't tell us what we are seeing, feeling and experiencing isn't real.
On today's show, we also discuss the importance of being your own self advocate in your life and especially in your career — even if it feels like the most uncomfortable thing in the world.
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xx Yours in Brown Ambition,
Mandi & Tiffany
Evita Robinson, Founder of the Nomadness Travel Tribe, joins the show to talk about how she created the company from scratch at the forefront of the black millennial travel movement, her plans to grow and how she deals with her competitors.
This episode originally aired June 27.
Another packed show, BA Fam!
We wish you all a happy Black Women's Equal Pay Day.
Check out this report by the Economic Policy Institute on the gender/racial pay gap that is effecting women of color in the U.S. — and some myths about why Black women are still so far behind in the fight for equal pay.
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Mandi & Tiffany