Let's get into it!

Everyday conversations about
anti-oppression & communal healing

Tuesdays 8pm EST


Tychelle and Mel met while designing a 14-week anti-racism course in 2020 (available here for free!). Since that time they have become good friends and have worked on a variety of projects around intersectional anti-oppression. Now they are teaming up once again to bring you Brave Space LIVE, a show about courageous conversations and building a better world.

Tychelle Graham-Moskowitz

A Philadelphia native, Tychelle Graham-Moskowitz, MSW, holds degrees in psychology and a master’s in clinical social work and is a full time Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion director. With the aim of unpacking the effects our social and societal systems have on marginalized communities, Tychelle uses multiple lens including Critical Race Theory and intersectional feminist voice in her work. With a deep passion for enhancing authentic interactive conversation and creating life-changing learning to advance outcomes to bridge gaps and building inclusive communities. Tychelle loves to cook and spend time with her husband Ben and their dog, Brisket.

Melody Stanford Martin

Melody Stanford Martin, MDiv, is a social ethicist and activist, and the author of Brave Talk: Building Resilient Relationships in the Face of Conflict (Broadleaf Books, 2020). She is the Founder of Brave Talk Project, and a regular contributor to Psychology Today. Melody works as an intersectional anti-oppression educator and is currently researching for her next three books, which will be about racism and colonization, deconstruction, and anti-intellectualism. In her free time Melody sings, writes songs, and plays guitar for her rock band, loves to garden and hike in her home state of Maine, and hangs out with her partner Corey and their pups, Baxter and Benedict Cumberbatch.


Alicia Govens

Jonadad Fequiere

Season 1

Upcoming Shows
broadcast LIVE

on multiple platforms:

Oct 5 — Friendships between Black and white women 

Oct 12 — Niceness as shield and sword – when civility is weaponized

Oct 19 — Interracial dating and relationships with special guest Carissa Hyunhee Casey

Oct 26 — Unlearning whiteness with special guest Jolly Good Ginger

Nov 2 — Can someone be white and also ethnic?

Nov 9 — Code switching with special guest comedian Shereen Kassam

Nov 16 — White women’s tears & the cultural appropriation of Karen with special guest Rebecca Larsen

Nov 30 — The great outdoors – camping and privilege

Dec 7 — The co-opting of MLK

Dec 14 — De-centering whiteness

What Viewers are saying

Love the chemistry between the hosts! Fun to listen to and very informative.
melisa pamuk
Conversations between Black and white women are few and far between, this is so valuable.
marina dalmas
DEI professional
This show is giving me life! The guests are great and it's hard-hitting without taking itself too seriously.
denis maceoin

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