Hosted by Jada Pinkett-Smith, Willow Smith, and Adrienne Banfield-Norris, Red Table Talk is an American web TV series where they have candid conversations tackling current social and cultural issues through an intergenerational lens.
We can dislike others because they make us feel insecure or because other people encourage us to dislike them. But when we address our issues and surround ourselves with more positive people, we can overcome our maligned perceptions and connect better with others.
Here are the distilld lessons (extended) inspired by the Red Table Talk episode "Girls Trippin'" featuring Gabrielle Union.
Motherhood, in any form, comes with its set of hardships. It can be co-mothering, adoptive motherhood, single motherhood, or just motherhood in general. But whatever form it may take, it helps for mothers to have the support and appreciation they need.
Here are the distilld lessons (extended) inspired by the episode "Motherhood" on Red Table Talk.
Addiction is a painful experience for those struggling with it. The threat of the pandemic adds another layer of uncertainty that people with addiction have to work through. Now more than ever, we are called to look out for each other and help each other stay on the straight and narrow.
Here are the distilld lessons (extended) inspired by "Coping With Addiction During Coronavirus" from Red Table talk.
The threat Covid-19 poses to our mental health and relationships is mounting. But if we establish a proper routine, adopt a compassionate perspective, and commit to presence and mindfulness, we can be in a better position to heal ourselves care for the people around us.
Here are the distilld lessons extended inspired by “Managing Our Anxiety and Fear During Covid-19” x Red Table Talk.
Gun violence is a confronting reality of life for the many women who have been affected by it. But it’s not too late to change it. To do that, we need to change how we relate to each other. We can’t wait for the world to change. We need to be that change ourselves.
Here are the distilld lessons (extended) from Episode #2 of the Red Table Talk podcast with Lauren London, Erica Ford, Rain Stippec, and Dani Robinson.
Colorism is when people of the same race discriminate against each other because of their skin tone. It’s a form of social control going back to the days of slavery, and it has pitted Black people against each other.
Here are the distilld lessons (extended) from Episode #1 of the Red Table Talk podcast with Mia Pitts, Madison Miles, Chika Okoro, and Stacey Summers.
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