Recently, host Brittany Luse has found herself curious about motherhood. As she’s thought about the kind of mom she might be, she looked for models in film and TV – and found that there’s little room for mothers, and Black moms in particular, to be anything but excellent. From Brittany’s previous podcast, For Colored Nerds, a discussion with her former co-host Eric Eddings about motherhood and misbehavior, and why less than perfect is more than enough.
This episode was originally written and hosted by Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings. It was produced by Alexis Williams with support from Elise Ellis. Additional production and editing came from Barton Girdwood, Jessica Mendoza and Jessica Placzek. Our executive producer is Veralyn Williams, our VP of Programming is Yolanda Sangweni and our Senior VP of Programming is Anya Grundmann. You can follow us on Twitter @npritsbeenamin and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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