Episode six features musician and Womanly Mag founder, Attia Taylor. Attia is a Brooklyn-based writer, musician, and content producer. She is the founder of Womanly, The Dorothy and a member of The Art Dept Collective. Her work is rooted in social justice, art, and design, to bring inclusive and culturally relevant content to sound, print and digital realms. She is passionate about building and cultivating communities through journalism, music, storytelling, and research. We touch on the intense nature of New York City and adapting to it, and how family practices and beliefs passed down from generation informs what you eventually believe. How sometimes you go interview at a place where everyone is a clone of you and apparently everyone who grew up in Philadelphia had their first job at Rita’s?? The fallacy of midlife breakdowns mainly happening in your thirties but truly being burnt out in your twenties which leads to reassessing what time and abilities were worth and making mental health a priority. The best way to set up getting out of your boring nine to five, to do the things you enjoy in life which I believe you should break out that notepad app and take some fuckin notes babes. It’s a genius set up. Attia on Instagram *Pre-Order* Womanly Mag Special Issue: High Blood Pressure Girls Rock Philly You can find more information about Attia, our podcast, and leave a comment about the episodes at our website: www.plantainsandgin.com/creativesondeck You can support us by following us on Instagram (@creativesondeck) and sharing our podcast with your friends. Have a question? Email us at email@example.com
Attia Taylor: The Mildest Winner | Let's Care LIVE Conversation Series
Watch the YouTube video here, or listen in as Let's Care (www.lets.care) founder and host Matt Scott (@MattScottGW) interviews Attia Taylor (@AttiaTaylor) as part of the Let’s Care LIVE Saturday Conversation Series. Attia Taylor is a NYC based musician, writer, and content producer. She is the founder of Womanly, The Dorothy and a member of The Art Dept Collective. Her work is rooted in social justice, art, and design, to bring inclusive and culturally relevant content to sound, print and digital realms. She is passionate about building and cultivating communities through journalism, music, storytelling, and research. www.attiataylor.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/letsyoucare/message
Taking Charge of Health Through Art with Attia Taylor of Womanly
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Attia Taylor is a writer, musician + founder of Womanly. Back in June when I decided I needed to be more intentional about my anti racism work, I began intentionally decolonizing the media I was taking in. This is how I came to find Womanly. Womanly is lifting up narratives that are often neglected by the typical women’s magazine. Their subjects include discrimination in the health care system, intergenerational concerns, and physical + sexual health and expression. Attia is a true champion of health through art and creative experiences. We sit down this week to chat community support, productivity, and stretching the limits of creativity.
Healthy Conversation, With Editor-In-Chief of Womanly Magazine, Attia Taylor
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On the agenda is a conversation with Attia Taylor, Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Womanly Magazine, a print magazine that delivers important health information to women of color and binary people through the use of art. Join us as we talk to Attia about her journey as an artist, women’s health advocate and daughter that inspired … Continue reading "Healthy Conversation, With Editor-In-Chief of Womanly Magazine, Attia Taylor"
Lauryn Hill “Mystery of Iniquity” with Kerry Coddett & Attia Taylor
This week on Repeater we have a LIVE EPISODE featuring Kerry Coddett (Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas) on the show to talk about Lauryn Hill's poetic masterpiece "Mystery of Iniquity." Attia Taylor of the band Strange Parts joins us to play a solo set featuring a cover of the Lauryn Hill tune!