A Message From Catrice
Hear how Catrice started her journey of fighting for Black liberation and why she is dedicated to being a voice for Black lives.
Prolific. Passionate. Powerful. A voice for the people.
Hear Catrice Speak
Messages from Nyalla
Love is our most potent weapon. Black love is the revolution that leads to our justice, freedom, and liberation. The revolution will be love. It’s time to amour up!
Create peace within yourself and your community.
Happiness is beautiful and euphoric.
Black Couch Conversations Podcast
I’m delighted to host this podcast just for us and hope it provides you healing, humor, and hella joy! It’s rough out there for Black folks, so come on in, kick off your shoes, and get your dose of blackity-black blackness for the day!
In The Media
Hear or read Catrice’s words in other venues and publications!
Catrice appeared on The Philippe Matthews Show to talk about her book, Black Couch Conversations: Let's Talk About Black Love.
When Layla Saad quoted Catrice’s book The Becky Code on Facebook, Facebook removed her post. Read about this violent yet all too common occurrence here.
The hosts of the Dear Sugars podcast and Catrice discussed how white mothers should talk to their kids about white privilege.
Read Catrice's Harper's Bazaar article describing the eight essential actions for white people to become infiltrators and change agents within the system of white terrorism.
Catrice and Howard Ross discussed the work still needed after the murder of George Floyd on a special edition of the Future Fluency podcast.