This month friend Tai, joins Allegra in an intimate discussion of the genius and complex…
Author Allegra Alvarado
Host, HISTORY OF COLOR & TV ATE MY BRAIN I am a mother, wife and current nursing student as well as life student. I've packed many experiences into my life and am looking forward to more. I love writing, science fiction (particularly A.I. driven stories) as well as pop culture and history. I have a passion for good and for timeless style. I always look to have my ideals challenged and to meet people that have different life experiences and points of view.
This month Allegra extends more appreciation for the women of Black Burlesque with a featured interview of Chicava Honeychild.
This month, Allegra and Mariano talk about Ms. Stringfield and her brave adventure and what they wouldn’t do.
Allegra and Mariano discuss what lead to the 6-day event that kickstarted the movement for LGBTQ rights. A lot of work has been done but there is still a lot of work to be done.
Mariano and Allegra get into the second part of the PBS special, Reconstruction: America after…
This month, Allegra and Mariano do a little something different and discuss the Reconstruction Period…
Allegra and Mariano discuss the first woman to run for President and what her focus consisted of. She ran on a third party platform.
Allegra and Mariano talk about the beautiful, intelligent and tantalizing art of Burlesque from the Black Woman perspective. Included is an interview with the fabulous performer, Shimmy LaRoux.
This month Allegra and Mariano conduct two interviews with HBCU alums and detail the history of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Allegra and Mariano discuss the second part of a look into what Martin Luther King was up to before he was assassinated and how his ideas have reflected contemporary society.