I was a guest on the We Are Meaningful podcast, a show that talks about Black and Brown women’ experience in the workplace. I spoke with Crystal and Krysta about racism while working, the practice of keeping my cool in anti-Black environments, and why it is important to recognize when people are being racist. I had a great time on the podcast and hope to speak with them soon Click on the link below. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/decoding-the-subtext-contortion-w-leron-barton/id1493457205?i=1000468844997
I was given a chance to appear on the Life & Business Trailblazer podcast. Daniela and I talked about mass incarceration, racism, politics, and what super power I want. I had a great time, check it out.
I was a guest on Erin Sanchez‘s “Just Say The Word,” a story telling podcast. She and I talked about the word “confidence”, my backpacking trip through Central America, and how to keep your confidence. I liked this conversation because Erin is easy to talk to and we always a good time. Check it out here –
I returned to Conversations Live to talk with Cyrus Webb about my writings, TEDx, modeling, and future plans. I had a great time with Cyrus, I hadn’t realized that it was six years since my first appearance. Wow. Good stuff. Check out the interview here:
Here is my appearance on Dr. Vibe’s show talking about my piece for Media Diversity “The Minimizing of Sexual Assault of Black Boys.” Please listen.
Stop Holding Back, an organization that is dedicated to helping people with their stutter co founder Ayo Adesayna and I talked about how we grew up stuttering, our techniques in dealing with it, and why we are both dedicated in not letting it stop us from our goals. Check out this awesome conversation.
Here is an interview I did with Neale Godfrey, a finance expert on #metoo, sexual harassment in the workplace, and my piece “A Black Guy and A White Guy Talk Sexual Harassment.” Check out the talk here
Hey all, Here is part two of the conversation between activist Conor Anstett and myself. We continue to talk about the story Catperson and consent.
Here is the new trailer for the first episode of “A Black Guy and a White Guy….” This episode Conor and I discuss The Newyorker story “Catperson” by Kristen Roupenian. We talk about what took place in the story, dating, and what men do not understand about consent. This is a two part series – first episode will be released next Tuesday June 11, 2018 and episode two will be released on Tuesday June 18, 2018. Check it out and let us know what you think!!
Here is the trailer to my new series “Race Card.” In this series, Black, Latino, Asian, Native American, and people of Middle Eastern Descent talk racism and who they are in a funny, but candid and real way. First episode coming soon!!