Dainty Thug – Black Feminist History: Patricia Robinson


Dainty Thug Podcast is a black nerd, Black feminist podcast hosted by Rosa Sparks. Rosa Sparks critiques and reviews music, films, TV shows, cultural events, body image, sex and racial identity, politics, parenting and news stories in hold no punches, unapologetically Black but comedic point of view. She also covers social media, PR and branding case studies and has occasional celebrity guests and industry gossip. Dainty Thug Podcast encourages listeners to call in to talk about their favorite shows and topics. . 

Welcome Back! Dr. Robyn Spencer joins us to talk about the Black feminist hero Patricia Robinson who was an educator, Marxist and radical feminist who helped poor women access birth control and mental health services.

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Rosa Sparks

Rosa Sparks, host of the Dainty Thug podcast explores pop and nerd culture, social media trends, and politics from a black feminist perspective.

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