"Authors Baratunde Thurston (How To Be Black), Raquel Cepeda (Bird Of Paradise: How I Became Latina) and Tanner Colby (Some Of My Best Friends Are Black) host a lively multiracial, interracial conversation about the ways we can’t talk, don’t talk, would rather not talk, but intermittently, fitfully, embarrassingly do talk about culture, identity, politics, power, and privilege in our pre-post-yet-still-very-racial America."
Heben Nigatu (The Late Show With Stephen Colbert) and Tracy Clayton (BuzzFeed) cover everything from race to politics to culture with frank insight and sharp wit. Past interviewees for the show have included Hillary Clinton, Lena Dunham, Ta-Nehisi Coats and Queen Latifah.
NPR's Code Switch considers how race, ethnicity and culture affect lives and communities, and how these factors are changing.
A dynamic voice on behalf of Black girls and women throughout the African Diaspora who carry the heavy burden of generations of sexual trauma, as well as their own—Madison native Lilada Gee has committed her life to the defense of Black girlhood and the healing of Black women. The first season of Lilada's new podcast, Defending Black Girls, unpacks to situation around the 2007 murder of a 15-year-old girl in Fitchburg, WI to answer the question, "Who killed Erika Hill?" (for mature audiences)
Sometimes irreverent, but always providing smart analysis of events and culture, Latino Rebels Radio gives its unique spin on the world of US Latinos.
NPR's Latino USA covers news, politics, the arts and business with a Latino focus.
Parenting podcast The Longest Shortest Time includes several podcasts about the particular challenge of parenting and equity, as well as series on raising children in general.
mater mia was founded in 2012 to present a more realistic portrait of black motherhood. Topics covered include balancing professional and personal lives, beauty and style, the ins and outs of parenting and more.
This two-part series, which originally aired in July 2015, focuses on school integration and the challenges school reformers have faced in closing the achievement gap. Interviews focus on two schools, one in St. Louis and one in Hartford, Connecticut, and the differing success both schools have had with becoming more inclusive.
"Join Kid Fury and Crissle for their weekly podcast covering hip-hop and pop culture's most trying stars. Throwing shade and spilling tea with a flippant and humorous attitude, no star is safe from Fury and Crissle."--from thisistheread.com
Writers and critics Fariha Roisin and Zeba Blay offer witty insight on film, television and all things pop culture in their monthly podcast.
Mixed race queer activist artist Nia King includes interviews with other political queer artists, trans artists, and artists of color who seem to have figured out how to make art and make rent without compromising their values. Some podcasts are free, transcripts of interviews are included on the site for free.