Society & Culture

Rebranded from So-Called Oreos, Sufficiently Black is a show that explores what it means to be comfortable in your Blackness despite living in a world obsessed with stereotypes. Hosts Kia, Amari, and Janae deep-dive into Black womanhood, identity and culture through a critical lens as they navigate their way through adulthood.

Who Are the Oreos?

June 3, 2020



Is a multimedia journalist from Syracuse, NY, who graduated from Hofstra University. She’s currently working as an editorial coordinator in digital media. Along with chillin with the homies, some of her favorite things include: wasting money on clothes; eating yummy food; day parties; binging k-dramas and BTS videos; and having long conversations about music, world religion, mysticism, politics, gender, sex, race, and things that irritate her. 




Is a writer and audience development strategist currently studying strategic communication as a Roy H. Park Fellow at the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media. She was born and raised in Syracuse, NY and earned her bachelor's degree in communications from Le Moyne College. Besides writing and studying the ways in which people communicate, Amari loves to read books (especially YA novels and short story collections written by first-generation Americans), watch food docuseries, go vintage shopping, bake, have deep-ass conversations with friends over food and wine, and talk about the oxford comma.




Is a born and raised jersey girl who graduated from Montclair State University with a degree in communications and media arts and a minor in business. She currently works in talent and development at a tv network and besides being a loud mouth on the podcast she enjoys comedy, food festivals, Pilates, dancing, exploring local restaurants, the beach, and just laughs and good times with people with good energy!

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