Get Into It is a show created by two black girls (Actress Jordan Rice and Ambree Robinson) who grew up in white suburban Georgia. The two discuss the unique experience that is growing up black in a predominantly white area. As they explore topics through the lens of young black people, they strive to be a relatable voice to others in a similar position.

Black Stage Fright Get Into It

What happens when you grew up black in a white space and are put in a place where the majority is black? Are you anxious of the social stage you are entering? Sometimes you get "Black Stage Fright". Black Stage Fright is when a black individual (normally who grew up around a limited number of black people) has some anxiety when being around other black people because they fear cultural differences. This is an anxiety based on insecurity, not racism. This conversation was inspired by TikToker @not.chichi . In this episode, Jordan and Ambree discuss Black Stage Fright and how it has manifested in their lives. Follow us on Instagram: @getintoit_podcast Buy some Merchandise: — This episode is sponsored by ยท Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. — Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:
  1. Black Stage Fright
  2. You Ask, We Answer 2.0
  3. Quick Cultural Appropriation Conversation
  4. Relations in the Black Community: Black Americans and Africans
  5. Am I Ugly, or Did I Just Go To a PWI?

Short Film: A Look Into The Pandemic

This is a project created by Actress Jordan Rice as a guest presenter for the Auburn University Journalism and Filmmaking Camp in June 2020.

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