The Stoop

Hana Baba and Leila Day

The Stoop podcast digs into stories that are not always shared out in the open. Hosts Leila Day and Hana Baba start conversations and provide professionally-reported stories about what it means to be black and how we talk about blackness. Come hang o...Show More

25:42 | Feb 7th

Bonjour! Meet Deborah from Brooklyn, who’s about to pack her bags and move to Paris. It's a city she adores but it's also a refuge from a lot of racial conversations that she feels are going in ci...Show More

aliceko recommended:

Do you lead with your nationality or your ethnicity first? Good exploration into this question. Many black Americans move to France to get a...Show More

25:32 | Mar 27th, 2019

Sometimes conversations stop when you walk into a barbershop, but sometimes they keep going no matter how uncomfortable it makes you. In this episode we unpack what it means to be a hotep; from person...Show More

jhawthorne recommended:

Featuring my instructor Josh! I thought this was a great conversation, where they weaved in different audio and reporting well. It was more ...Show More

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25:21 | Jan 9th

Why might things be different for a Black introvert? When writer Sequoia Holmes broke it down in her essay "Black Women aren't allowed to be Introverted"  we wanted to stoop this out some more. So we ...Show More

31:30 | Dec 19th, 2019

Should we support Black no matter what? We discuss the pressure to conform with liking all things Black, even when you don’t. Whether it’s Black art, the Black politician, or a hashtag. The feeling th...Show More

28:46 | Dec 4th, 2019

Season 4 is here! In this episode we're talking about Black folk and water. Yes, swimming.  We hear from a man who nearly lost his life while on vacation,  and take a deeper look into our relationship...Show More
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