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Aug 10, 2022

Is food central or trivial to the formation of identity?


In our final episode of the season, hosts Jason and Yvonne Lee welcome Yvonne’s sister, Chef B.B. Huff to the show. Chef Huff left the corporate world to begin her own company, The Salted Parlor, which is a boutique catering firm specializing in storytelling...

Jul 27, 2022

How do we personally take action to shift the narrative?


With an energetic calm that is both inspiring and soothing, playwright/actor/producer Nambi E. Kelley (Native Son, Re-Memori, Jabari Dreams of Freedom) joins hosts Jason and Yvonne Lee for a discussion about how we take action to shift the narrative from one...

Jul 20, 2022

Why is film such an important medium for creating access? How can we use empathy to expand vision?

Hosts Jason and Yvonne Lee share a moment with Spirit Award nominated producer (Songs My Brothers Taught Me), Angela C. Lee who also is the Associtate Director of Artist Development at Film Independent. By examining the...

Jun 29, 2022

Can we move away from caste to create a more equitable society? How do we understand racism by looking at caste and class? 


Pull up a seat and join us for a special roundtable episode with the Lagralane Team. 


Using the book Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents, by Isabel Wilkerson as a source of exploration, we...

Jun 15, 2022

We return to explore the theme of passing – and the duality of preserving one’s identity while being forced to navigate the world in certain ways. 

Joining us for this episode are producer and philanthropist Brenda Robinson and CEO and civil rights attorney Chaz Ebert. As Executive Producers on the film Passing