Ashley has a heart-to-heart with her close friend and Dear White People costar Logan Browning about the places and people who made her. Logan, best known for playing Samantha White on the hit Netflix series, speaks candidly about the show’s cultural impact and what it taught her about colorism in the entertainment industry. She shares how she found the confidence to challenge the status quo and turn down roles that should go to darker-skinned actresses. Logan also opens up about her father’s battle with cancer, how it redefined “strength” and “weakness” for her, and how she came to finally see her mother as a whole person.
Harvard researcher Avriel Epps-Darling and Logan Browning, the star of the Netflix series Dear White People discuss the positives and pitfalls of the increased democratization of media, the content recommendation systems that propagate it, and the online platforms that support the creative economy. This wide ranging dialogue creates space for us to discuss the impact that the democratization of media has on society, how technology is reshaping the creative economy, and how creatives, technologists, and researchers can ensure that this democratization happens responsibly. See the video of this episode at https://g.co/talksatgoogle/dearalgorithmicbias Moderated by Francis Roberts.
Should you deny your identity to please friends or family? A conversation with actress Logan Browning (Dear White People). Plus, Karamo talks to a listener about how to manage when feeling stuck between two identities. Listen to more Karamo at www.luminary.link/blackvoices
HBCUs vs. PWIs ft. Sylvia Obell, Scottie Beam, & Logan Browning
Go Off, Sis
Dear White People's Logan Browning on navigating race - on and off the screen
NAKED with Catt Sadler
Despite the disclaimer that she prefers to keep certain parts of her life private, Logan showed up in Catt's bedroom, took off her shorts, and opened up in so many ways. Of course, she talked about her role as Samantha White on Netflix's Dear White People - and the complicated racial dynamics of the show - but Logan also discussed how she handles these issues in her day-to-day life. She talks about moving to Los Angeles on her own when she was just a teenager in order to jumpstart her career, and grappling with her dad's death. Logan also walks us through what it was like to do a 30-hour meditation session to celebrate her 30th birthday.Also in this episode, Catt shares about her own understanding of grief since losing her father to lung cancer. If you want to support the show, and keep this conversation going outside of our weekly episodes, you can find us on Patreon. Head to patreon.com/nakedwithcattsadlerand sign up to contribute any amount of money to the show — $1, $5, it’s your choice — to get instant access to all sorts of goodies, like ad-free episodes or behind-the-scenes looks at the show. You’ll also get to join this super cool, constantly growing community of women who are looking to connect in a very real way - just like you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today’s show, the star of the hit Netflix series 'Dear White People,' Logan Browning, joins us to discuss how her faith informs her real-life approach to activism. The gang also hears the craziest airport story of all time, discusses the big question about faith that young Christians are asking, reads listeners’ incredible feedback about vanity plates they’ve seen in the wild and a lot more! Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/relevantpodcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Night Girl Finds A Day Boy | With Logan Browning
A lot of things can get in the way of love -- distance, money issues, being in different places in your life. But this week's essayist, Amanda Gefter, writes about facing a very different kind of challenge. It's read by Logan Browning (Netflix's "Dear White People").
We back with another instant classic! This episode we welcome Logan Browning, the star of Dear White People as well as the new Netflix hit film The Perfection! After our episode with Allison Williams we had to get her co-star to discuss The Perfection, Dear White People, and much more! Not only that, we speak about When They See Us, and how we have to be very careful about what kinds of entertainment and information we are taking in. Plus Comics I Copped, Geekquently Asked Questions and all of the greatness that you know and love from the ForAllNerds!TIME STAMP0:00 to 22: 46 - Intro and Discussion of When They See Us and keeping positive energy in your life23:34 to 1:11:58 - Logan Browning Interview! Spoilers for The Perfection!!!1:12:00 to END - Geekquently Asked Questions, Comics I Copped, Thoughts On Dark Phoenix
Unhappy Birth-nay (with Allison Williams and Logan Browning)
Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
Prom Parties, Goodwill grenades, and diving deep into Birthday Divas (Happy Birthday, Bari!) After all that, we’ve got Allison Williams and Logan Browning from The Perfection in the studio! We talk about getting sick on buses, eggs, and Rupaul’s Drag Race. This week Bari saw Pokemon Detective Pikachu, John Wick 3 and Fleabag. Matt watched the Game of Thrones series finale and started Golden Girls for the first time. Follow us on social media: Matt @mattbellassai and Bari @finkelbaripie and @unhappyhourpod (on Twitter only). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices