OutSPOKEN with Mila Jam – “Fierce” Pride with Angelica Ross & Ultra Naté
June 4 @ 12 -1 EDT
Mila Jam will chat with Angelica Ross and Ultra Naté fellow collaborators on what pride means to them, where they see the future of pride heading, and on their pride anthem, “Fierce.” The song they created in hopes to bring further awareness to the steadily increasing number of hate crimes and murders against Black and Latinx trans women. Produced by hit factory A2 Productions, a portion of the proceeds from the release will benefit, The Sylvia Rivera Law Project, The Marsha P. Johnson Institute, and GLAAD’s Transgender Media Program.
This special episode of OutSPOKEN with Mila Jam will be a part of Out Leadership’s Proudly Resilient program.Proudly Resilient is the first-ever month long pride program of its kind. Delivering everything from drag queens, to CEO interviews, to research findings, to region-specific highlights, to episodes featuring Broadway stars, and everything in between. Proudly Resilient is Out Leadership’s attempt to virtually unite us together as best as possible, while we can’t physically do so. In addition, the program serves to connect, amplify, and raise needed funds for over 40 different LGBTQ+ organizations from around the world.
The structure of the series will consist of a monthly themed episode featuring Mila Jam in conversation with various individuals across all backgrounds. Each episode will focus on a unique topics relating to transgender life. These hand picked guests will bring their lived expertise and knowledge to share to all. Past guest speakers have included Erica Cobb and Femi Redwood. Raw and unfiltered personal stories will help tear down walls and boundaries in topics that are often not heard. Through this series we hope to achieve inspiration and drive action amongst not just business professionals but human beings to support a better life for all.
This is first ever global series focusing on the inclusion of transgender intersectionality in business and the workplace, hosted by a black transgender woman.
Watch Mila Speak Here.