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The Nod
The Nod tells the stories of Black life that don’t get told anywhere else, from an explanation of how purple drink became associated with Black culture to the story of how an interracial drag troupe traveled the nation in the 1940s. We celebrate the genius, the innovation, and the resilience that is so particular to being Black -- in America, and around the world.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 3,615 ratings
I started listing to this podcast late 2019 and soon discovered the show was ending, at least in this format. It was sad news, but I’ve really enjoyed the in-depth conversations and pursuit to understand the culture.
Capt'n Morgan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/12/20
Amazing show
I’m devastated to hear that this show is over! The banter between Brittany and Eric is hilarious and fresh and the topics on this show have enriched my life and my history. Thank you the Nod for the laughs and the tears
completelyfedupwithyoutube via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/28/20
Good luck
You were one of my favorite podcasts. I’m so sad for me and very happy for you. You were an important part of my real American history education. You taught me a lot. Thank you.
ml956 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/18/20
Recent Episodes
On this final episode of The Nod podcast, Brittany and Eric take some AMA questions from listeners and each other. As they prepare to embark on their newest journey (a daily video show on Quibi), the friends reflect on what it has been like to work together over the last few years, and make some...
Published 01/27/20
The Nod podcast is coming to an end, and this week we are looking back at some of the highlights from the last 2.5 years of the show! It’s just like the moment right before Will turns out the lights in the empty living room at the Banks house. In this jam-packed clip show, Brittany and Eric take...
Published 01/20/20
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Published 01/06/20
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