Volume 15: A Look Into Sex Work: On the legalization of prostitution, the consensual sex industry, and the BIG business behind it
In this volume of It’s A look, we sit down with documentarian, photographer, and sex worker ally Rachel Lena Esterline, and in doing so are able to see behind her lens on sex work in the Bay Area. Viewer discretion is advised as we delve deep into, the role of sex work in the feminist agenda, how U.S. legislation is negatively impacting sex workers, and what we can all learn from sex workers.
Volume 14: A Look into Personal Style; On dressing for your 9-5 AND social time with stylist Germanee G.
Have you ever wondered how Latasha Gillespi of Amazon, Bozoma St. John of Endeavour, or Google’s Valeisha Butterfield Jones craft their iconic and powerful LOOKS? The magic is stitched between the fingers of featured guest and high profile stylist, Germanee G. In this Volume of It’s A Look we discuss diversity in style: how to dress for work and post work play, the difference is between ‘statement’ and ‘staple’ pieces, and the questions to ask yourself as you craft your personal style.
Volume 13: A Look into Afrotech 2018; On meeting Backstage Capital’s Arlan Hamilton, gems from Everett Taylor, and why we’re looking forward to Afrotech 2019
November 8-11, 2018 Afrotech returned to San Francisco for another year. Fredia and Jena made the mandatory mission across the Bay Bridge to The Palace of Fine Arts to join 3,998 other black folks for the biggest and blackest tech conference the world’s ever seen. Afrotech was an ocean of community, a tidal wave of black success. Both hosts were mesmerized by the abundance of folks who flew in from around the world: CEO’s, coders, entrepreneurs, investors, designers, and innovators packed the venue from wall to wall.