In this episode we talk to Aseloka (Selly) Smith, producer and host of the podcast Regular Black Radio. We learn what it was like to be the daughter of a preacher and we discuss faith, racism, finding your community, what it means to imagine others complexly, and how not to be a dick. (note: this was recorded pre-election)
Selly is a podcast enthusiast and storyteller who loves to draw and loves her cats. She hosts her own podcast, Regular Black Radio, where she talks to black people about their black experiences and spends much of her free time listening to other people’s podcasts about nearly anything you can imagine. She’s a nerd on so many levels and loves every minute of it!
Links to the videos we talk about in this episode: (vlogbrothers)