On Tuesday 10/27 TheBlerdGurl LIVE welcomes Kennedy Allen of Black Tribbles and the official Star Trek podcast Women at Warp as my co-host for the first hour. Followed by legendary rapper, writer, singer, poet, nerd and religious leader (no I’m not joking) Jean Grae. It’s all going down at 8pmET/5pmPT this Tuesday at 8pmET/5pmPT and again in our new 2-hour format.
For the first hour we have The Lowdown segment it will be more geeky news (like out new Batwoman Javicia Leslie!. Followed by The Breakdown segment, where I cannot WAIT to talk Star Trek Discovery S3 (or DISCO as the kids are calling it) with Kennedy. Then, in our second hour I get to catch up with the incredible Jean Grae, and find out if she’s ready to lead her flock again.(Come thru I swear it’ll make sense). So tune in Live on Twitch on the OSNYC channel Tuesday 10/27 at 8pmET/5pmPT for an episode I’m calling Sistahs in Space.
Also I have NEWS to share tonight. For show link and to learn more about my guests read on!
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Kennedy Allen: Born and raised in the City of Brotherly Love, Kennedy Allen (she/her) is a radio/podcast producer, actor, and writer. Kennedy is one of the producers and hosts of the award-winning media group Black Tribbles, a showcase of geek culture through the lens of the Black American perspective. As one of the newer hosts of Women At Warp, she joins an all-woman podcast discussing Star Trek and the quest for Intersectional Diversity in Infinite Combinations, featured on the Roddenberry Podcast Network. Kennedy is also the executive producer and co-host of the newly-launched Away Team podcast, focusing on the Cosmic African Diaspora in Star Trek.
Jean Grae: Jean is a polymath that refuses limits. You may know her from entirely too many things to list in this bio. Music? Comedy? TV? Food? Comics? Minister of her own non-denominational church? Hustle Man? Champion wine pouring? Listen, there’s know way to know what you’ve been doing with your time and what your interests are. Maybe Jean wrote this and maybe she didn’t. If she’s doing a new thing, you should probably pay attention, because it’s eras ahead of its time and insanely cool.