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Kinda Sorta Brown

  • Boys II Men

    2 ABR. 2024 · Hey KSFam! It all starts with mom although we’ve come to the end of the road, we just can’t let you go without discussing the pivotal role black mothers play in their sons’ lives. The portrayal of Black men, in media, continues to have negative effects on the way Black boys perceive themselves and grow into adulthood. One way in which this poor representation is often combated is through the black mother’s presence. Join hosts, Aaron, Logan, and Ethan on our last episode of the season as they sit down with black mothers and discuss the portrayal of black men in society while highlighting how black mothers help to transform boys into men. ______________________________________ This episode's hosts: Aaron Dyas, Logan Toé, and Ethan Waggoner Join the KSFam! We saved you a seat at the table. Link up with us on all available social media platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kindasortabrown/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kindasortabrown Facebook: https://facebook.com/kindasortabrown/ For further inquiries, email us: kindasortabrown@gmail.com Audio transcriptions of KSB episodes are here! Access this episode’s transcription PDF using this folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1XNBWRGMWaP5l2FzmHItG3ap-p0AOEkpM Our team: Narvella Sefah (Executive Producer), Zara Salman (Lead Content Creator), Logan Toé (content creator), Faith Kumi (content creator), Trinitee Holley (content creator), Shanice Handley (content creator), Hina Masuda Singh (Front End Marketing Coordinator), Myles Xavier (front end marketing member), Tanaya Vohra (front end marketing member), Jordyn Smith (front end marketing member), Aaron Dyas (Lead Audio Engineer), Mack Minter (audio engineer), Ethan Waggoner (audio engineer), Lucy Whitehead (audio engineer), Meklet Demoz (audio engineer). Out of 4,000 GLOBAL submissions, KSB was chosen as a WINNER of the SPOTIFY NEXT WAVE PODCAST COMPETITION!! See us on the Spotify Student Hub page here: https://open.spotify.com/genre/student-page KSB was a TOP 10 FINALIST for NPR’s 2021 College Podcast Competition! Check out our entry “PWI-ing While Black” on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-306628760/pwi-ing-while-black Kinda Sorta Brown is a University of Chicago Public Policy Podcast, as shown here: https://www.uc3p.org/kindasortabrown
    Escuchado 1h 2m 58s
  • Bleeding Hearts See Red

    19 MAR. 2024 · Welcome back KSFam! Listen in as Zara and Hina consider Black womanhood through the lens of expressive action, manifesto and poetry, and hear from UChicago Underground Collective’s Lauren Dotson discuss their relationship to expression through poetry. Stay tuned until the end to hear a live performance of one of Dotson’s original works reflecting on learning love through her mother’s grief.  ______________________________________ This episode's hosts: Zara Salman and Hina Singh Join the KSFam! We saved you a seat at the table. Link up with us on all available social media platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kindasortabrown/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kindasortabrown Facebook: https://facebook.com/kindasortabrown/ For further inquiries, email us: kindasortabrown@gmail.com Audio transcriptions of KSB episodes are here! Access this episode’s transcription PDF using this folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1XNBWRGMWaP5l2FzmHItG3ap-p0AOEkpM Our team: Narvella Sefah (Executive Producer), Zara Salman (Lead Content Creator), Logan Toé (content creator), Faith Kumi (content creator), Trinitee Holley (content creator), Shanice Handley (content creator), Hina Masuda Singh (Front End Marketing Coordinator), Myles Xavier (front end marketing member), Tanaya Vohra (front end marketing member), Jordyn Smith (front end marketing member), Aaron Dyas (Lead Audio Engineer), Mack Minter (audio engineer), Ethan Waggoner (audio engineer), Lucy Whitehead (audio engineer), Meklet Demoz (audio engineer). Out of 4,000 GLOBAL submissions, KSB was chosen as a WINNER of the SPOTIFY NEXT WAVE PODCAST COMPETITION!! See us on the Spotify Student Hub page here: https://open.spotify.com/genre/student-page KSB was a TOP 10 FINALIST for NPR’s 2021 College Podcast Competition! Check out our entry “PWI-ing While Black” on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-306628760/pwi-ing-while-black Kinda Sorta Brown is a University of Chicago Public Policy Podcast, as shown here: https://www.uc3p.org/kindasortabrown
    Escuchado 39m 52s
  • The Horrors of Black Girlhood

    16 FEB. 2024 · Welcome back KSFam! This episode opens the door to the chilling world of black girlhood and horror from this unique perspective. Explore the eerie realities of everyday life through the lens of black girlhood and how the horrors of her world take on a hauntingly distinct form when portrayed in white media. We unveil the captivating journey of black horror in the film industry, offering a glimpse into the untapped potential for horror to become a harbinger of liberation. ______________________________________ This episode's hosts: Hope Houston, Mack Minter, Faith Kumi, and Narvella Sefah Join the KSFam! We saved you a seat at the table. Link up with us on all available social media platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kindasortabrown/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kindasortabrown Facebook: https://facebook.com/kindasortabrown/ For further inquiries, email us: kindasortabrown@gmail.com Audio transcriptions of KSB episodes are here! Access this episode’s transcription PDF using this folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1XNBWRGMWaP5l2FzmHItG3ap-p0AOEkpM Our team: Narvella Sefah (Executive Producer), Zara Salman (Lead Content Creator), Logan Toé (content creator), Faith Kumi (content creator), Trinitee Holley (content creator), Shanice Handley (content creator), Hina Masuda Singh (Front End Marketing Coordinator), Myles Xavier (front end marketing member), Tanaya Vohra (front end marketing member), Jordyn Smith (front end marketing member), Aaron Dyas (Lead Audio Engineer), Mack Minter (audio engineer), Ethan Waggoner (audio engineer), Lucy Whitehead (audio engineer), Meklet Demoz (audio engineer). Out of 4,000 GLOBAL submissions, KSB was chosen as a WINNER of the SPOTIFY NEXT WAVE PODCAST COMPETITION!! See us on the Spotify Student Hub page here: https://open.spotify.com/genre/student-page KSB was a TOP 10 FINALIST for NPR’s 2021 College Podcast Competition! Check out our entry “PWI-ing While Black” on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-306628760/pwi-ing-while-black Kinda Sorta Brown is a University of Chicago Public Policy Podcast, as shown here: https://www.uc3p.org/kindasortabrown
    Escuchado 41m 42s
  • Black to Our Roots

    24 OCT. 2023 · Welcome back KSFam! We welcome you to a fresh season of Kinda Sorta Brown! We invite you to join us on the life journey centered in Blackness through the perspective of a black girl. As she grows into adulthood, as does everything around her- this brings us to talking points. What makes us distinctly ourselves? What role does Blackness play in influencing ourselves and our surroundings? We’ll discuss everything and more. Tap in KSFam! ______________________________________ This episode's hosts: Lena Diasti, Hope Houston, Hina Singh, Zara Salman, Mack Minter, Jon Brooks, Glen McGuire, Faith Kumi, Aaron Dyas, Narvella Sefah, Logan Toé, and Ethan Waggoner Join the KSFam! We saved you a seat at the table. Link up with us on all available social media platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kindasortabrown/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kindasortabrown Facebook: https://facebook.com/kindasortabrown/ For further inquiries, email us: kindasortabrown@gmail.com Audio transcriptions of KSB episodes are here! Access this episode’s transcription PDF using this folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1XNBWRGMWaP5l2FzmHItG3ap-p0AOEkpM Our team: Narvella Sefah (Executive Producer), Zara Salman (Lead Content Creator), Logan Toé (content creator), Faith Kumi (content creator), Trinitee Holley (content creator), Shanice Handley (content creator), Hina Masuda Singh (Front End Marketing Coordinator), Myles Xavier (front end marketing member), Tanaya Vohra (front end marketing member), Jordyn Smith (front end marketing member), Aaron Dyas (Lead Audio Engineer), Mack Minter (audio engineer), Ethan Waggoner (audio engineer), Lucy Whitehead (audio engineer), Meklet Demoz (audio engineer). Out of 4,000 GLOBAL submissions, KSB was chosen as a WINNER of the SPOTIFY NEXT WAVE PODCAST COMPETITION!! See us on the Spotify Student Hub page here: https://open.spotify.com/genre/student-page KSB was a TOP 10 FINALIST for NPR’s 2021 College Podcast Competition! Check out our entry “PWI-ing While Black” on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-306628760/pwi-ing-while-black Kinda Sorta Brown is a University of Chicago Public Policy Podcast, as shown here: https://www.uc3p.org/kindasortabrown
    Escuchado 21m 6s
  • Reimagining Sex Work

    3 OCT. 2023 · Join Sam and Hope as they reimaging sex work with Dr. Zoya Sameen postdoctoral fellow teaching in the Department of History at the University of Chicago. They dive into the ins and outs of sex work past and present and lead into a conversation on the future of policy surrounding sex work. Organizations to plug into: Support Ho(s)e- venmo: @SxHxCollective SWOP-Chicago ______________________________________ This Episode’s Host: Hope Houston and Samantha Herrera Join the KSFam! We saved you a seat at the table. Link up with us on all available social media platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kindasortabrown/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kindasortabrown Facebook: https://facebook.com/kindasortabrown/ For further inquiries, email us: kindasortabrown@gmail.com Audio transcriptions of KSB episodes are here! Access this episode’s transcription PDF using this folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1XNBWRGMWaP5l2FzmHItG3ap-p0AOEkpM Our team: Lena Diasti (Executive Producer), Hope Houston (Production Manager), Jon Brooks (Social Media Coordinator), Narvella Sefah (Outreach Manager), Sam Herrera (Front End Marketing Contributor), Hina Singh (Front End Marketing Contributor), Fernanda Ponce (Content Creator), Glen McGuire (Content Creator), Zara Salman (Content Creator), Logan Toe (Content Creator), Fatih Kumi (Content Creator), Nicole Maria Mateo (Audio Engineer), Memphis Cutchlow (Audio Team), Aaron Dyas (Audio Team), Mack Minter (Audio Team Contributor), and Ethan Waggoner (Audio Team Contributor). Out of 4,000 GLOBAL submissions, KSB was chosen as a WINNER of the SPOTIFY NEXT WAVE PODCAST COMPETITION!! See us on the Spotify Student Hub page here: https://open.spotify.com/genre/student-page KSB was a TOP 10 FINALIST for NPR’s 2021 College Podcast Competition! Check out our entry “PWI-ing While Black” on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-306628760/pwi-ing-while-black Kinda Sorta Brown is a University of Chicago Public Policy Podcast, as shown here: https://www.uc3p.org/kindasortabrown
    Escuchado 47m 44s
  • Reimagining Covid

    14 SEP. 2023 · Looking back on Covid-19 what could have been done differently? In what ways can we change our perspectives to address the ongoing pandemic? In this episode, join Narvella and Aaron as they discuss the Covid-19 pandemic past, present, and future, with an emphasis on folks with disabilities and particularly Long Covid. They reimagine with Gabriel San Emeterio, National Organizer and Co-founder of Strategies for High Impact (S4HI) and Long Covid Justice. LongCOVIDJustice.org ______________________________________ This Episode’s Host: Aaron Dyas and Narvella Sefah Join the KSFam! We saved you a seat at the table. Link up with us on all available social media platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kindasortabrown/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kindasortabrown Facebook: https://facebook.com/kindasortabrown/ For further inquiries, email us: kindasortabrown@gmail.com Audio transcriptions of KSB episodes are here! Access this episode’s transcription PDF using this folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1XNBWRGMWaP5l2FzmHItG3ap-p0AOEkpM Our team: Lena Diasti (Executive Producer), Hope Houston (Production Manager), Jon Brooks (Social Media Coordinator), Narvella Sefah (Outreach Manager), Sam Herrera (Front End Marketing Contributor), Hina Singh (Front End Marketing Contributor), Fernanda Ponce (Content Creator), Glen McGuire (Content Creator), Zara Salman (Content Creator), Logan Toe (Content Creator), Fatih Kumi (Content Creator), Nicole Maria Mateo (Audio Engineer), Memphis Cutchlow (Audio Team), Aaron Dyas (Audio Team), Mack Minter (Audio Team Contributor), and Ethan Waggoner (Audio Team Contributor). Out of 4,000 GLOBAL submissions, KSB was chosen as a WINNER of the SPOTIFY NEXT WAVE PODCAST COMPETITION!! See us on the Spotify Student Hub page here: https://open.spotify.com/genre/student-page KSB was a TOP 10 FINALIST for NPR’s 2021 College Podcast Competition! Check out our entry “PWI-ing While Black” on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-306628760/pwi-ing-while-black Kinda Sorta Brown is a University of Chicago Public Policy Podcast, as shown here: https://www.uc3p.org/kindasortabrown
    Escuchado 59m 14s
  • Nothing About Us Without Us

    24 ENE. 2023 · Think of your favorite museum. How is the museum layed out? Who or what does the museum give space to? What is exhibited? Where are said items from and how were they obtained? War, violence, and theft underlie the history of museums in addition to the artifacts that lie within them — a colonial undercurrent that is only beginning to be addressed in the present day. In this episode, join Hope and Jon as they discuss cultural repatriation and how black and brown people can reclaim their own narratives in these institutional spaces as they reimagine them with Debra Yepa-Pappan, artist and Native Community Engagement Coordinator at the Field Museum for the Native Truths Exhibition. ______________________________________ This Episode’s Host: Jon Brooks and Hope Houston Join the KSFam! We saved you a seat at the table. Link up with us on all available social media platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kindasortabrown/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kindasortabrown Facebook: https://facebook.com/kindasortabrown/ For further inquiries, email us: kindasortabrown@gmail.com Audio transcriptions of KSB episodes are here! Access this episode’s transcription PDF using this folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1XNBWRGMWaP5l2FzmHItG3ap-p0AOEkpM Our team: Lena Diasti (Executive Producer), Hope Houston (Production Manager), Jon Brooks (Social Media Coordinator), Narvella Sefah (Outreach Manager), Sam Herrera (Front End Marketing Contributor), Hina Singh (Front End Marketing Contributor), Fernanda Ponce (Content Creator), Glen McGuire (Content Creator), Zara Salman (Content Creator), Logan Toe (Content Creator), Fatih Kumi (Content Creator), Nicole Maria Mateo (Audio Engineer), Memphis Cutchlow (Audio Team), Aaron Dyas (Audio Team), Mack Minter (Audio Team Contributor), and Ethan Waggoner (Audio Team Contributor). Out of 4,000 GLOBAL submissions, KSB was chosen as a WINNER of the SPOTIFY NEXT WAVE PODCAST COMPETITION!! See us on the Spotify Student Hub page here: https://open.spotify.com/genre/student-page KSB was a TOP 10 FINALIST for NPR’s 2021 College Podcast Competition! Check out our entry “PWI-ing While Black” on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-306628760/pwi-ing-while-black Kinda Sorta Brown is a University of Chicago Public Policy Podcast, as shown here: https://www.uc3p.org/kindasortabrown
    Escuchado 47m 28s
  • Re-evaluating, Re-educating and Reimagining

    30 DIC. 2022 · In the two and half years since KSB’s inception, going on eight seasons, the number of transformational guests we’ve welcomed, and the countless KSFam we have been listening in, our time has been spent learning, questioning, and diving into issues that matter to our POC communities. The opportunity to discuss these topics is vital for our communities to share our stories and experiences. But, as we know, our communities can not be limited to a one time listen, episode, or story. We must reevaluate, re-educate, and reimagine what we’ve previously explored. Reimingaing as a practice is what this new season will tap into. As one of our KSB team values is to learn and explore through stories, we are excited to take the KSFam on a journey of reimagining. We are growing, and this season is the practice of that. Reimagining allows us to back and look forward at the same time. Come along and reimagine with us all throughout Season 8. ______________________ This Episode’s Host: Lena Diasti, Glen McGuire, Aaron Dyas, Narvella Sefah, Sam Herrera, Jon Brooks and Hope Houston Join the KSFam! We saved you a seat at the table. Link up with us on all available social media platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kindasortabrown/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kindasortabrown Facebook: https://facebook.com/kindasortabrown/ For further inquiries, email us: kindasortabrown@gmail.com Audio transcriptions of KSB episodes are here! Access this episode’s transcription PDF using this folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1XNBWRGMWaP5l2FzmHItG3ap-p0AOEkpM Our team: Lena Diasti (Executive Producer), Hope Houston (Production Manager), Jon Brooks (Social Media Coordinator), Narvella Sefah (Outreach Manager), Sam Herrera (Front End Marketing Contributor), Hina Singh (Front End Marketing Contributor), Fernanda Ponce (Content Creator), Glen McGuire (Content Creator), Zara Salman (Content Creator), Logan Toe (Content Creator), Fatih Kumi (Content Creator), Nicole Maria Mateo (Audio Engineer), Memphis Cutchlow (Audio Team), Aaron Dyas (Audio Team), Mack Minter (Audio Team Contributor), and Ethan Waggoner (Audio Team Contributor). Out of 4,000 GLOBAL submissions, KSB was chosen as a WINNER of the SPOTIFY NEXT WAVE PODCAST COMPETITION!! See us on the Spotify Student Hub page here: https://open.spotify.com/genre/student-page KSB was a TOP 10 FINALIST for NPR’s 2021 College Podcast Competition! Check out our entry “PWI-ing While Black” on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-306628760/pwi-ing-while-black Kinda Sorta Brown is a University of Chicago Public Policy Podcast, as shown here: https://www.uc3p.org/kindasortabrown
    Escuchado 41m 12s
  • Information as Resistance

    27 DIC. 2022 · Discussions on Palestine in the U.S. are always framed as a “conflict”, when the issue is not really a matter of two equally matched opponents, but rather the occupation and extraction of resources by Israel that has displaced Palestinians from their homes. Although Palestinians still in Palestine and those spread throughout the world continue to face challenges from the Israeli state, Palestinians continue to resist, persevere, and uplift each other, their traditions, culture, and homeland. We will be in conversation with a Palestinian who has asked to go by “Shireen”, in honor of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who was a renowned Palestinian-American journalist who was assassinated by Israeli forces while on the job. Our guest’s voice has been distorted to protect them from the doxxing tactics often used to silence activists. At KSB, we are committed to amplifying the voices of marginalized communities across the globe and we believe that it is imperative that voices like Shireen’s are heard. We are appreciative of having Shireen on the podcast and hope you’ll take a listen, learn, and share. (P.S. - We know that you all have been patiently awaiting the finale to our seventh season “Penny for Your Thoughts”, and we are beyond excited to share with you all this episode. We just want to give you all a huge thank you for listening and always supporting our work! The KSB Team sends lots of love) __________________ This Episode’s Host: Zara Salman and Fernanda Ponce Join the KSFam! We saved you a seat at the table. Link up with us on all available social media platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kindasortabrown/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kindasortabrown Facebook: https://facebook.com/kindasortabrown/ For further inquiries, email us: kindasortabrown@gmail.com Audio transcriptions of KSB episodes are here! Access this episode’s transcription PDF using this folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1XNBWRGMWaP5l2FzmHItG3ap-p0AOEkpM Our team: Lena Diasti (Executive Producer), Hope Houston (Production Manager), Jon Brooks (Social Media Coordinator), Narvella Sefah (Outreach Manager), Sam Herrera (Front End Marketing Contributor), Hina Singh (Front End Marketing Contributor), Fernanda Ponce (Content Creator), Glen McGuire (Content Creator), Zara Salman (Content Creator), Logan Toe (Content Creator), Fatih Kumi (Content Creator), Nicole Maria Mateo (Audio Engineer), Memphis Cutchlow (Audio Team), Aaron Dyas (Audio Team), Mack Minter (Audio Team Contributor), and Ethan Waggoner (Audio Team Contributor). Out of 4,000 GLOBAL submissions, KSB was chosen as a WINNER of the SPOTIFY NEXT WAVE PODCAST COMPETITION!! See us on the Spotify Student Hub page here: https://open.spotify.com/genre/student-page KSB was a TOP 10 FINALIST for NPR’s 2021 College Podcast Competition! Check out our entry “PWI-ing While Black” on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-306628760/pwi-ing-while-black Kinda Sorta Brown is a University of Chicago Public Policy Podcast, as shown here: https://www.uc3p.org/kindasortabrown
    Escuchado 44m 56s
  • The Non-profit Industry: Who Is Really Profiting?

    27 MAY. 2022 · When you think about the non-profit sector, what do you think: harmful or helpful? As the third largest workforce in the United States, the nonprofit sector creates 11.4 million jobs… What was once a web of grassroots and community-centered organizations has gained so much momentum that it has evolved into a multimillion dollar industry. In our episode, your hosts, Glen and Memphis, explore what has been lost along the way and who is still gaining from the non-profit world as it exists today. We are joined by our guest speaker, Gabby Green, the Public Policy Coordinator at Blackroots Alliance, a non-profit centered on the South Side of Chicago organizing with the goal of Black liberation. In our discussion, we open up conversation about the culture of the non-profit sector, the experience as an employee within it, and how the focus is shifting to, or away, from the communities these organizations claim to support. Glen and Memphis challenge you to evaluate your preconceptions about the intentions of nonprofit organizations, consider where your money is best spent, and reflect on whether bigger is actually better. __________________________________________ This Episode’s Host: Glen McGuire and Memphis Cutchlow Join the KSFam! We saved you a seat at the table. Link up with us on all available social media platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kindasortabrown/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kindasortabrown Facebook: https://facebook.com/kindasortabrown/ For further inquiries, email us: kindasortabrown@gmail.com Audio transcriptions of KSB episodes are here! Access this episode’s transcription PDF using this folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1XNBWRGMWaP5l2FzmHItG3ap-p0AOEkpM Lead Contributors: Lena Diasti (Executive Producer), Hope Houston (Production Manager), Jon Brooks (Social Media Coordinator), Dinah Clottey (Outreach Manager), Chase Leito (Audio Engineer), and Fernanda Ponce (Content Creator). Supporting Contributors: Narvella Sefah (Front-End Team), Nicole Maria Mateo (Audio Team), Glen McGuire (Content Team), Zara Salman (Content Team), Memphis Cutchlow (Audio Team), Aaron Dyas (Audio Team), and Sam Herrera (Front End Marketing Team) Out of 4,000 GLOBAL submissions, KSB was chosen as a WINNER of the SPOTIFY NEXT WAVE PODCAST COMPETITION!! See us on the Spotify Student Hub page here: https://open.spotify.com/genre/student-page KSB was a TOP 10 FINALIST for NPR’s 2021 College Podcast Competition! Check out our entry “PWI-ing While Black” on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-306628760/pwi-ing-while-black Kinda Sorta Brown is a University of Chicago Public Policy Podcast, as shown here: https://www.uc3p.org/kindasortabrown
    Escuchado 45m 13s

Kinda Sorta Brown is a conversational deep dive into the intersection of identity, policy, and action. This show tackles issues that are real and deeply rooted in the experiences of...

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Kinda Sorta Brown is a conversational deep dive into the intersection of identity, policy, and action. This show tackles issues that are real and deeply rooted in the experiences of POC communities across the US. Tune in for fresh content every other week. As part of the KSFam (our listeners), we welcome you to engage with us on our people forward social media @kindasortabrown on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
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