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Combing The Roots with Ally Henny

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In this episode, Ally discusses the Netflix series “Voices of Fire” and interviews choirmaster Patrick Riddick.
In this episode, Ally discusses how we can continue to bring change during this time of racial reckoning in American society.
In this episode, Ally revisits the topic of the racial reckoning and discusses its implications for the Black community.
In this episode, Ally discusses the racial reckoning that is happening in our culture. https://allyhenny.com/2020/08/06/s2e5-racial-reckoning/ https://allyhenny.com/transcripts/
This pandemic has been a WHOLE MESS. Ally is back after a long hiatus and she is ready to snatch some wigs.
In this episode, Ally discusses the various ways in which black people can practice self-care in a time where simply existing is exhausting.
Episode Description: Ally isn’t the only Black Christian who has had a bad experience in a white church. In this Episode, Ally talks about why we need to leave. She also interviews Tamice Spencer, founder and CEO of Sub: Culture Incorporated (h
It’s been a minute, but Ally is back and still 100% Black. In this episode, Ally gets personal and shares about a difficult situation that she has had to deal with since the end of Season 1.
This Labor Day, The Witness hosted a live Podcast-A-Thon to help raise support for the upcoming Joy And Justice Conference. Be sure to donate at JoyAndJustice.com In this special corssover episode of Theology Q & A and Combing The Roots, Earon
Dealing with nonsense day in and day out is exhausting. In this episode, find out why Ally is saying, “It’s above me now.” Song featured at end of show: https://www.facebook.com/527059980645077/posts/3014964995187884?s=34302504&v=e&sfns=xmwa
Happy Juneteenth, y’all! In this episode, Ally shares her journey to understanding the meaning of Juneteenth, why Medgar Evers day should be a thing, and the Top 5 songs you should bump at the Juneteenth cookout.
What do we do with black folks who do the work of white supremacy? In this episode, Ally shares what we should do with skinfolk who ain’t kinfolk
Are all white people racist? In this episode, Ally gives advice for navigating relationships with white people in a culture where racism is common and black people bear the brunt of the emotional labor that is required for healing.
In this episode, Ally describes what it is like to be a mother in a time of heightened racial tensions and discusses how black motherhood can be an act of resistance
In this episode, Ally shares about her life, why she’s involved in anti-racism work, and what you can expect from Combing the Roots
Welcome to Combing the Roots with Ally Henny. Each episode seeks to provide an in-depth look at the issues surrounding racism, justice, and racial healing from a black woman’s perspective. Each season we’ll explore and expose the nature of Ame
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