From the creative collective Nuff Said. Blacklisted is a podcast dedicated to discussing uncomfortable subjects surrounding race, creativity and diversity.
Why a podcast?
Nuff Said is a collective who’s passionate about promoting inclusivity in the creative industry.
Often discomfort is what holds us back from taking a stand. But if we’re afraid of being uncomfortable then we can’t create real change. Black-listed is a podcast dedicated to discussing uncomfortable topics surrounding race, creativity and diversity. We want to bring to light the diversity issues the creative industry doesn’t want to cause a fuss over. And start to highlight how we can all play a part in solving those issues.
EPISODE 1: I'M NOT A RACIST BUT,
AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY AND APPLE PODCASTS.
Nuff Said Team:
Creative Director: Kemi Adeeko
Account Manager: Maureen Vasquez
Designer and Social Media: Georgia Armstrong
Designer: Paul Ifeneziuche
Creative Producer: Maisie Angela
Host and Editor: Isaac Izekor
Design and Promotion: Lisa Hooper
As Creative Producer of the podcast it was my role to take our collectives vision of a podcast and make it a reality; alongside the editor and host Isaac Izekor and Design and Branding Lisa Hooper. This process involves everything from generating ideas, assembling the right team, assisting in researching and choosing the speakers, breaking down the episode content/script and discussion.
Scheduling Pre-Conversations and Podcast Recordings whilst also assisting Lisa who created the visual language ensuring it meets our tone of voice. My role has been prominent from beginning middle and end with knowledge about each aspect of the production process of the podcast in order to make it happen.
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Episode 1: I'm Not Racist But, Promotion Content
Racism has history on its side. That history is uncomfortable but we can’t let it become a barrier to changing our present. If we want inclusivity at the heart of creative culture, we need to examine our own hearts first.