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1stGens
A podcast about first-generation Americans and filling in the blanks beside the hyphen.
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June 09, 2018 09:45 PM PDT

Part Two of our mini series on puberty and sex: In Episode 9, "No Sex Ed," Skye dials in once more to discuss with Perrine the bare minimum of sexual education information they both received during adolescence from their parents.

The Round Table Crew kicks things off as usual with a little awkward sexy time.

Perrine has a special, candid iPhone voice recorder conversation with her Cousin Thelma about sexual education in Liberia and the harsh consequences that faced when it lacked.

For extra content, check out our website: www.1stgenspodcast.com

Full musical composition by Nick Stubblefield: www.nickstubblefield.com

May 26, 2018 10:30 PM PDT

Part One of our mini series on puberty and sex: In Episode 8, “Puberty Struggles,” Perrine and Skye discuss the awkward years, including developing early and the world of pads, tampons, menstrual cycles and what your parents don’t tell you.

The amazing Miss Betty Foh is back to discuss everything from puberty, sexual education and the importance of sexual health and knowledge.

The Round Table Crew kicks it off with their puberty struggles and how they pushed through.

For extra content, check out our website: www.1stgenspodcast.com

Full musical composition by Nick Stubblefield: www.nickstubblefield.com

May 12, 2018 09:25 PM PDT

In Episode 7, “The [Un]Likely Feminist,” meet Giselle (Brazilian-American), as she navigates through her sexuality at an early age, as well as what it means to be a feminist in America.

The Round Table crew shares their views, plus Skye and Perrine clear up gender misconceptions and more.

For extra content, check out our website: www.1stgenspodcast.com

Full musical composition by Nick Stubblefield: www.nickstubblefield.com

April 29, 2018 10:27 AM PDT

In this Special Episode, Skye and Perrine have a candid roundtable discussion about feminism with Jan Anderson, President and Founder of the Charlotte Women’s March and Ally Korony, Philanthropy Manager of the YWCA of the Central Carolinas.

Make sure to share, leave comments and interact with us on social media. We’re @1stGens on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Charlotte Women's March: https://charlottewomensmarch.org

YWCA of Central Carolinas: http://ywcacentralcarolinas.org

For extra content, check out our website: www.1stgenspodcast.com

Music by Nick Stubblefied: www.nickstubblefield.com

Episode art by: Nicole Adams via www.unsplash.com

April 15, 2018 12:36 AM PDT

In Episode 5, "Boys Don't, Girls Don't," meet Emmanuel (Ghanian-American) one-on-one as he shares what it means to be a man as he raises a son.

The Round Table Crew shares their views on masculinity and femininity, while Skye and Perrine dig deep within their feminine childhoods.

For extra content, check out our website: www.1stgenspodcast.com

Full musical composition by Nick Stubblefield: www.nickstubblefield.com

March 31, 2018 11:10 PM PDT

In Episode 4, "To Raise a Child," meet Patrice, a Jamaican-American, who navigates raising her two daughters alongside her husband, all while coming to grips with the complexities of her own, unique identity.

The Round Table crew shows how parenting and sacrifice shapes them, plus Perrine and Skye share tales of being raised by their Liberian parents.

Make sure to tell us about the effect parenting had on you. Leave comments and interact with us on social media! We're @1stgens on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. And don't forget to rate us, leave us a review and subscribe where ever you listen to your podcasts.

For more information on Patrice's upcoming book: www.patricegopo.com

For extra content, check out our website: www.1stgenspodcast.com

Full musical composition by Nick Stubblefield: www.nickstubblefield.com

March 17, 2018 11:17 PM PDT

This episode contains sensitive subject matter. Please advise.

1 out of every 6 American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime (RAINN).

In Episode 3, “Grace Beyond Grief,” meet Genie, a Fillipino-American, and hear her encouraging story of finding strength through trauma and grief.

Make sure to leave comments and interact with us on social media! We’re @1stgens on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

For extra content check out our website: www.1stgenspodcast.com

Full musical composition by Nick Stubblefield: www.nickstubblefield.com

March 03, 2018 10:44 PM PST

In this Bonus Episode, Perrine and Skye sit down with two fellow African 1stGens (Betty, Sierra-Leonean American & Emmanuel, Ghanian-American) with a bottle of wine and a bottle of whiskey to discuss the various themes and think-pieces of Marvel's Black Panther. This unique roundtable discussion taps on everything from the gap between Black Americans and Africans, to the symbolism the people of Wakanda share with Africans of different regions.

Make sure to share, leave comments and interact with us on social media. We're @1stGens on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

For extra content check out our website: www.1stgenspodcast.com

Music composed by Nick Stubblefield: www.nickstubblefield.com

February 24, 2018 11:24 PM PST

We're BACK! In the Season Two premiere of 1stGens, meet our new Roundtable Crew: Jorge, Diana, Genie and Emmanuel. This go-round, we'll explore the theme of gender and in this first episode, gender roles.

Hear how Perrine and Skye's Liberian parents shaped their perspectives and get to know Jorge, a Cuban-American unifying the Queen City.

Make sure to leave comments and interact with us on social media! We're @1stgens on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

For extra content, checkout our website: www.1stgenspodcast.com

Full musical composition by Nick Stubblefield: www.nickstubblefield.com

February 10, 2018 05:57 PM PST

WE'RE BACK! Get ready and gear up for Season 2 with a whole new Roundtable Crew and a hot theme to knock your socks off.

Episode 1 drops Sunday, February 25!

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