Brittany talks to a man who dresses and cooks like his enslaved ancestors. And Eric drags Brittany to see a famous pit.
Michael Twitty's Twitter. To learn more about his "Southern Discomfort Tour," check out his blog, Afroculinaria, or read his book, "The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South."
Learn more about Howard Conyers via his website.
The Nod is produced by Eric Eddings, with Brittany Luse, Kate Parkinson-Morgan, and James T. Green. Our senior producer is Sarah Abdurrahman. We are edited by Annie-Rose Strasser. Engineering from Cedric Wilson. Our theme music is by Calid B.
Additional music in the show by Takstar and Bobby Lord.
Special thanks to Zella Palmer and the Dillard University Ray Charles Program in African American Material Culture.
For Colored Nerds is back! And to kick things off, Brittany and Eric sit down with actor Jay Ellis, who plays the most divisive character on Insecure — Lawrence. He told us all about his thoughts on Lawrence, what it’s meant to play such a controversial character, and what’s in store for the rest of Insecure’s fifth and final season. To get your weekly dose of Brittany and Eric, be sure to subscrib...
Girlfriends, Insecure, Uncorked — what do they have in common? Executive Producer and Director Prentice Penny of course! Today, Prentice talks about his origins on Girlfriends, Insecure's Emmy noms, and the need for more Black writers.