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Whatever is Whatever
Women of Color Get All Existential and S***
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July 22, 2015 04:44 PM PDT

Episode 4 is here! I got an amazing chance to sit down with the fantastic comedian from Washington, D.C., Curt Mariah. Check Curt out here https://www.facebook.com/CurtMariah! We recorded on the porch of a house in Columbia Heights, D.C. so there's a good deal of background noise (sirens, buses, and cars) but I think it adds to the conversation! You decide! Curt and I discussed a range of topics, but mostly we talked about our issues with Christianity, cooking, race and antitheism, and a fantastic story about a soul-shaking experience in a Morrocan desert! Enjoy!

July 22, 2015 04:02 PM PDT
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Episode 3! On this one I spoke with Nauder Namaky, a project coordinator in the Psychology Department at the University of Virginia, as well as an improv teammate of mine. Nauder is not a woman of color, but he is a man of color and we still get all existential (and tangential). We talk about catholicism, sketch comedy, agnosticism, college radio, the magic of science, identity, and a bunch more stuff. Enjoy!

July 22, 2015 04:01 PM PDT

Episode 3! On this one I spoke with Nauder Namaky, a project coordinator in the Psychology Department at the University of Virginia, as well as an improv teammate of mine. Nauder is not a woman of color, but he is a man of color and we still get all existential (and tangential). We talk about catholicism, sketch comedy, agnosticism, college radio, the magic of science, identity, and a bunch more stuff. Enjoy!

July 22, 2015 03:26 PM PDT
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Episode 3! On this one I spoke with Nauder Namaky, a project coordinator in the Psychology Department at the University of Virginia, as well as an improv teammate of mine. Nauder is not a woman of color, but he is a man of color and we still get all existential (and tangential). We talk about catholicism, sketch comedy, agnosticism, college radio, the magic of science, identity, and a bunch more stuff. Enjoy!

June 23, 2015 09:49 AM PDT

On the second episode of Whatever is Whatever, the hilarious Naomi Ekperigin, writer on Broad City and Difficult People, joins Maya to discuss her experience in Catholic school, death, the relationship between religion and oppression, Judaism, growing up in New York, and so much more.

June 14, 2015 09:45 PM PDT

Ayanna Gellineau is my beautiful cousin. On the debut episode of Whatever Is Whatever, I give a way-too-long introduction of myself and the idea for the show. I promise that intros won't be this long in the future. After this way-too-long intro, I have a great discussion with my cousin about our family, Islam, love, migrating to America, money, Trinidad, and at the end we have a Beyoncé debate and then a game! Stay Raven.

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