Feb 24, 2021
This is absolutely the most exciting podcast that I've ever done.
And I have a very, very special guest for our fourth and final episode of the Black Woman Burnout series. We're going to be talking about burnout as it relates to how Black women suppress things.
I want to introduce you to my mother, Rita Jean Robinson Braxton Braxton Turner. Now those names will mean something to you as she and I continue to talk. She says that each one of those names represents a different level of suppression, resilience, and restoration in her life.
"I'm in the room. And I want you to respect that."
If this conversation has brought you to an insight, a story, a sense of relief, please email me at email@example.com with the subject line "Black Woman Burnout."
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