Truth be Told is all about building community and connecting people of color to find collective wisdom and joy in these dangerous and difficult times. We are also a podcast proudly made in the Bay Area, so we knew from the start that we HAD to do a live show and get our people together. … Continue reading Community – Bonus Live Show →
We’ve all had that one big question in our lives that looms over us and keeps us up at night. Maybe you are making a life altering decision about a relationship; whether to get into one, get out of one — or stay in one. Maybe you’re one step away from leaving a job, or … Continue reading Family Ties – Episode 6 →
Before we even know who we are and what we want out of life, women are expected to mother, to ultimately be mothers. And for women of color? There are added financial and cultural pressures as well as legacies of historical trauma and present-day racism that we are often up against. How do all these … Continue reading Motherhood – Episode 5 →
Allies are necessary to our collective pursuit of racial equity and antiracism, but sometimes talking across and through differences can be messy, hurtful, and downright exhausting. As people of color we ALL have had our fair share of those “unintentionally” painful encounters. In this episode of Truth be Told, Tonya and Code Switch host Gene … Continue reading Well-Meaning White Folks – Episode 4 →
As a person of color chances are high that you’ve been made to feel like you aren’t black enough, queer enough, Asian enough, LatinX enough... never enough. In this episode, we talk with Mala Muñoz, Diosa Femme, and Jeff Chang about what it means to be “enough” and how we can strengthen our solidarities by checking our privileges.
The world is burning … so, is it okay to feel joy? Host Tonya Mosley travels to her hometown of Detroit to talk with her grandmother, Ernestine Mosley, and New York Times best-selling author adrienne maree brown about why feeling joy is not only a good thing, it’s key, to our survival.
KQED’s Truth Be Told is a brand-new advice show made by and for people of color. If Miss Manners tells you how to behave, Truth Be Told explores how you can be you in a world that doesn’t always want you to…just be. Through unfiltered advice, host Tonya Mosley takes on listener questions, digging into … Continue reading Introducing Truth Be Told, Hosted by Tonya Mosley →