Tea Time presents:

Welcome to today’s Tea! Tea Time is a show wherein three people of color interrupt the white, heteronormative media landscape. Each week will bring you stories relevant to our community and will dissect them through the lens of our intersectional identities. We will also spotlight mutual aid groups here in Richmond that are decolonizing systems of oppression. Join us the second and fourth Mondays of the month at noon.

Hosts are: Shauntelle Hammonds, Jamie Osorio, Justice Smith

Producer: Jenn Gallienne

    Tea Time    July 26th, 2021

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Richmond Stories, presented by The Valentine(1st/3rd) / Recovery Is (2nd/4th) presents:

On today’s show, representatives from SAARA of Virginia – Substance Abuse Addiction and Recovery Alliance – about their new youth outreach program along with their other programs.

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    Richmond Stories, presented by The Valentine(1st/3rd) / Recovery Is (2nd/4th)    July 23rd, 2021

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Women & Politics presents:

Princess Blanding, candidate for Virginia Governor under the Liberation party joins host Sheri Shannon to talk about establishing a new party, rank choice voting, the marginalization of Black Women in elected offices, and her plans to govern Virginia.

You can follow her campaign at www.princessblanding.com

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    Women & Politics    July 22nd, 2021

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Women & Politics presents:

Today Sheri and Carol, along with other radio producers: Andee Arches and Varsha N share their recent presentation on One Mic Many Voices at the NFCB conference.

Lack of diversity in gender, identity, race/ethnicity, and socioeconomic range have long been part of media. Even with the advent of independent community radio, most voices are white, male, and middle class. How can women and non-binary folks intentionally diversify the airwaves? The collective One Mic, Many Voices started to bring diverse voices to community radio through intentional recruitment, training, and facilitation of production. Learn more in this session about their local engagement efforts.

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    Women & Politics    July 15th, 2021

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Tea Time presents:

Welcome to today’s Tea! Tea Time is a show wherein three people of color interrupt the white, heteronormative media landscape. Each week will bring you stories relevant to our community and will dissect them through the lens of our intersectional identities. We will also spotlight mutual aid groups here in Richmond that are decolonizing systems of oppression. Join us the second and fourth Mondays of the month at noon.

Hosts are: Shauntelle Hammonds, Jamie Osorio, Justice Smith

Producer: Jenn Gallienne

    Tea Time    July 12th, 2021

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Women & Politics presents:

Tarah Harris, Founder of Teal House Company joins us today to talk about the future of housing, how she is helping women become financially savvy, and become home owners. You can learn more about her programs and her philosophy at Teal House Company

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Follow our host and producer at @sherishannon27 and @carololson

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    Women & Politics    July 8th, 2021

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Tea Time presents:

Welcome to today’s Tea! Tea Time is a show wherein three people of color interrupt the white, heteronormative media landscape. Each week will bring you stories relevant to our community and will dissect them through the lens of our intersectional identities. We will also spotlight mutual aid groups here in Richmond that are decolonizing systems of oppression. Join us the second and fourth Mondays of the month at noon.

Hosts are: Shauntelle Hammonds, Jamie Osorio, Justice Smith

Producer: Jenn Gallienne

    Tea Time    July 5th, 2021

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Richmond Stories, presented by The Valentine(1st/3rd) / Recovery Is (2nd/4th) presents:

This interview was previously aired on Women and Politics

Today co-hosts Sheri Shannon and Carol Olson bring on guests: Stephanie Lynch, councilwomen of the 5th district; Rachelle Hunley, Manager of Bridging the Gap at VCU; and LaToya S. Gray, creator of Planned Destruction to talk about housing issues in Richmond. Discussion centers on the issues of homelessness in the city and the impact of red-lining and it’s contribution to the poverty and homelessness of the African-American community most specifically. Stephanie Lynch brings her experience in working within city government to attempt to make change, Rachelle and Carol bring their experience in working with victims of violence in our city and how violence and homelessness intersect, and LaToya describes her work on examining the history of land ownership, valuation and development in the City of Richmond and the maps used to destroy black communities.

Today’s show is part 2.

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    Richmond Stories, presented by The Valentine(1st/3rd) / Recovery Is (2nd/4th)    June 25th, 2021

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Women & Politics presents:

Today Andrea Miller of the Center for Common Ground joins us to talk voting rights and how she has worked to ensure Virginians have access to their right to vote.

Andrea Miller is Founding Board Member of Center for Common Ground; Founder/ former Executive Director of People Demanding Action; Founding President, National Women’s Political

Caucus of Virginia; Founding Tri-Chair Virginia Poor People’s Campaign; and a member of the Democracy and Governance working group of the Virginia Green New Deal. Andrea is an IT and Political Director, a digital and elections strategist. She designs and administers digital phonebanks and texting programs. From 2013 to 2015 she led the Progressive Round Table on Capitol Hill bringing together members of Congress, activists and non-profit leaders. Her expertise is in voting rights, climate and the Equal Rights Amendment. She has successfully advocated for legislation on both the Federal and State level. In 2008 she was the Democratic nominee for the Virginia 4th Congressional district.

She also talks about the upcoming Democracy Center being developed in Richmond, learn more here

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Follow our host and producer at @sherishannon27 and @carololson

Follow our show on our social media on twitter, facebook, and our blog – look for  womenpoliticsva

    Women & Politics    June 24th, 2021

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Tea Time presents:

Welcome to today’s Tea! Tea Time is a show wherein three people of color interrupt the white, heteronormative media landscape. Each week will bring you stories relevant to our community and will dissect them through the lens of our intersectional identities. We will also spotlight mutual aid groups here in Richmond that are decolonizing systems of oppression. Join us the second and fourth Mondays of the month at noon.

Hosts are: Shauntelle Hammonds, Jamie Osorio, Justice Smith

Producer: Jenn Gallienne

    Tea Time    June 21st, 2021

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