Ep 39 – All Black Everything: An Honest Conversation on the Diaspora, Diversity, and Difference in Black America (Part 2)

In this week’s episode, Amber and Erika continue the conversation with Delina McPhaull and attorney Tiffany Kamuche about the intricacies and nuances of Blackness. So often American Blackness is framed against a subtext that assumes we all have the same experiences and beliefs. In this two-part conversation, we first discuss Blackness as an identity – where we enter into it, how our childhoods shaped it, and our beliefs about now in adulthood. Next, we discuss how the context of our Blackness shapes our thoughts and opinions on a range of contemporary issues, from politics to entertainment. Tune in to this two part episode and hear what we have to say!


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Tiffany Kamuche is an attorney with Kamuche Law Firm, PLLC in Dallas, Texas, who specializes in Family Law and Estate Planning & Probate concerns.

She is a Nigerian-American and Dallas native who is an alum of Lincoln High School. Tiffany received legal training from Texas Tech University School of Law and graduated from law school in 2011, in addition to receiving a Master’s Degree. Tiffany Kamuche became licensed to practice law in 2011, and some of her accomplishments include being selected to Rising Stars in 2019-2021, which means that she is a top-rated attorney as recognized by peers.

Her ultimate passion is helping to advocate for abused and neglected children and working to ensure they find safe, loving homes. She is an elected Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, member of the State Bar of Texas – Family Law Section, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and served as the 2015 Community Service Chair for J.L. Turner Legal Association.


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