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LARRY KING NOW WITH JANET MOCK

LARRY KING NOW WITH JANET MOCK Posted on October 18th, 2014 in Tracee.

One of my favorite stops on the black-ish press tour before the premiere was a sit-down chat with Janet Mock for Larry King Now on Ora TV.  If you’ve never heard of her, she’s an incredible transgender woman who’s also a New York Times best-selling author, transgender rights activist, and just an all-around powerhouse!

We chatted about the cultural significance of my show, feminism and if it was really possible to fit all of our hair in one room, among other things!! Seriously it was such an awesome interview that I really enjoyed, and I hope you do too!!


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  • Shannon Bernes-Jones

    Such an incredible interview! Loved the whole thing! I’m with Janet 100% at the end! You and Beyonce have taught me so much and always continue to inspire me, them last few moments of the interview brought me to tears as Janet got how I feel about you and what you are doing tracee, thank you <3 xx

  • Jaki

    Wonderful interview, Totally amazing.

  • Cecelia Kathleen

    What a wonderful conversation! As a young black woman navigating the world conversations like these need to be heard. Tracee, you are such an inspiration. Thank you!

  • i can’t believe i’m just seeing this. where have i been?! i don’t even know where to start. okay, taking a breath. i’ll start at the beginning. i am 33 years old. i’m a brownbaby (a biracial person). a woman of color. a big-curly-haired lady. a writer/creative/”need to feel useful” person. and as i was pouring my feelings about this interview out to my unsuspecting husband, i realized, this is the first time i’ve ever seen a conversation between two woman of color that i so closely identify with. two multidimensional mixed race women (with big curls) talking about the things that matter most to me. identity, contribution, self-acceptance, race, conversations, style, the “ish”, the grey space. all the things! thank you, Tracee (and Janet). thank you so much. there were so many “ah-has” wrapped up in this conversation. thank you for being that relatable face. thank you for shining bright, letting us all know it’s okay to be full. i am eternally grateful.

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