“I refuse to wear my own hair.” – Jill Strickland
In this episode my friend, Matt Beukelman, and I talk with our good friends Jill Strickland and Grace Nxx about what it’s like to be black women in America. As you see in the Show Notes below, we cover all sorts of interesting topics including:
- The extraordinary lengths that black women go to for their hair
- What it’s like to work in predominantly white and predominately male company
- Why you should never ask a person “where they learned their English.”
- How few available/eligible men there are for black women
- Plus we talk about how I became the “3rd blackest white guy in IT”.
And if you only have 5 minutes – jump to minute mark 32:10 in the YouTube video or 33:30 on the podcast to hear Jill’s story about the time she caused “all hell to break out” in her high school cafeteria.
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