‎Sufficiently Black: ”Dating Tips from a Professional Matchmaker”

Sufficiently Black is joined by Celebrity Black Matchmaker & Dating Strategist, Jasmine Diaz! (Interview starts at 18:10). Diaz tells her fascinating story of starting a matchmaking business during a recession and answers all the questions you have for a matchmaker. Jasmine tells us what she looks for in terms of compatibility, the trouble she runs into for finding matches for clients and client horror stories! ...

‎So-Called Oreos: "So What's the Deal with Black People and Voting"

Recording this on Halloween, Amari and Kia open about spending Halloween in quarantine and the downside of meeting your idols before getting into everything voting and politics for this Election Day episode! The duo explains their personal relationship to how their family influenced them to get knowledgeable about politics and drop facts on the history between black people and voting since the end of slavery until now...

‎So-Called Oreos: "So You Think You Found Your Platonic Soulmate"

In this episode, the So-Called Oreos have a very interesting conversation about... soulmates! The hosts go into detail about the four types of soulmates we encounter in our lifetime after a quick discussion about Love is Blind (first 12 minutes). The women attempt to describe the indescribable feeling of what separates the relationship with a soulmate verses relationships with everyone else...

‎So-Called Oreos: "So You're a Black Teacher in America"

The So-Called Oreos Podcast has their very first interview! For this episode, Janae and Kia sit down with Janae's sister, Jasmine Price, who is a ELA teacher in Syracuse city school district and adjunct professor at SUNY Oswego teaching the foundations of education. The three discuss the statistics of the lack of diversity in the teaching field and the long term effects that teachers have on their students...