Queen & J. are two womanist race nerds talking liberation, politics, and pop-culture over tea. Drink up!

This is Part 2 of our review of the Netflix film “Nappily Ever After”! We discuss community, how Black women support and take care of one another, natural hair journeys, desirability, the Black girl magic era and if any of that sh!t existed in this film that takes place in nobody knows when. We're joined by special guest Ola, founder & director of The Free Black Woman's Library.

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Libations to our friends Casey and Domingo who help keep this show running by giving their money to Black women.

Libations to Ohene Cornelius for our show intro, check out his latest album Flight Risk available everywhere online now. You can find Ohene on instagram and twitter @ohenecornelius and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ohenecornelius/

Libations to T.Flint for our News That's Not News intro! Find him at www.tflintvoiceovers.com/