Millennial podcasters shed light on Black British Experience

The Melanin Millennials podcast explores what it means to be a black British millennial woman in the UK.

Created and run by Imriel Morgan and Satia Sa Dias, the podcast has amassed a cult following. People of colour, feminists, politics fanatics and more are some of the many who tune into their weekly uncensored podcasts.

This dynamic duo take on challenging topics and have had some high profile guests. Jamelia, Emma Gannon, Stephanie Yeboah, and Nikesh Shukla are just some of the stars to have made appearances.

This month, the Melanin Millennials are going to be bringing their show to life in Live Event on February 25th 2017 in London.

The event will be held in front of a small audiences of their most loyal fans. The Millennials will discuss the most pressing issues that are affecting them in the UK. In what promises to be an honest and frank discussion, the two women will explore their experiences of people of colour in Britain.

“We receive hundreds of emails and tweets from our listeners telling us about how much they relate to what we discuss and how important our voices are to them. We decided to do a live event so that we can meet our listeners in person and also have them actively contribute to the discussion. It will be a truly interactive event”, said Satia and Imriel.

The Melanin Millennials is part of the ShoutOut Network. This UK based collective is the UK’s first and is dedicated to providing a platform to people from diverse backgrounds. The collective seeks to solve the issue of poor media representation by creating a diverse suite of UK based Podcasts.


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