No Labels, Included

Join us on Thursdays at 3:00 pm on WAYO 104.3 for No Labels, Included: the show where we let the audience define themselves.

We focus on intersectional feminism and social justice in culture. Our intention is to create a space to talk about these things with inclusion in mind. We bring inspiration, education, validation, laughs, black girl magic, every week.

Past Episodes

  • Black Women Roc Comedy! Pt. 2 ft. Kai Von Doom Aired: Thursday, December 20, 2018

    “I feel like I’m the Lil’ Kim of comedy..she was very pretty but she still came out like a gangsta…she wasn’t trying to find the balance of being a gangsta and being a woman, she was like ‘this is who I am, I am beautiful, I am sexy, but I am also — I grew up in the hood I’m from the streets’…she was her true authentic self,” new comedian Kai Von Doom says about her creative inspiration.

  • Black Women Roc Comedy! Pt. 1 ft. Ilhan M. Ali Aired: Thursday, December 13, 2018

    "If your comedy is divisive, if your comedy is sexist, if your comedy is homophobic, if your comedy is racist, it's not for any of us," said comedian Ilhan Ali in a recent interview with City Newspaper. We talk about her comedy journey so far, the importance of calling out harmful jokes, and what it looks like to set new standards for comedy performances that allow them to be enjoyed by marginalized audiences. We also get into current events surrounding women and body image, and some of her weirdest comedy experiences.


  • Intersectional Feminism...But Make It Spiritual, feat. Martissa Williams of Books+Yoga Aired: Thursday, December 6, 2018


    "Recognizing liberation within yourself... it causes the sacrifice of your ego… it’s going to leave fighting and crying and clawing…it’s not about, like, matcha lattes and yoga pants,” says Martissa Williams, founder of Nekkid and co-founder of Books and Yoga Rochester. We talked about what happens when spiritual practices meet social justice, and why both are key for addressing crises in our world today.

  • Bringing Kindness Back to Change-work: feat. Takiyah Butler of Excelsior Consulting Aired: Thursday, November 29, 2018

    “If you’re doing change work ask yourself: ‘Do my beliefs, do my actions, do they serve my purpose?’ And if they don’t serve your purpose can you let go of them? Can you walk into a room a little more equal with the people that are there?”

  • Black Women In Kink - Pt. 3 Aired: Thursday, October 4, 2018

    In the final part of our conversation, Sereana and Teal discuss with us the details of consent culture, how emotional and physical self care are a part of kink, challenges and their favorite things about the kink community.

  • Black Women In Kink Pt. 2 Aired: Thursday, September 27, 2018

    In part two of this three part interview, Sereana and Teal share about kink misconceptions, their limits, and how their identity and sexuality have played a role in their experiences of this community.

  • Black Women In Kink Pt. 1 Aired: Thursday, September 20, 2018

    We chat with Teal and Sereana, who are active in the San Diego kink community, about what bdsm is, what it isn't, and their personal experiences with how they were introduced to the scene. This is the first of a three part conversation on Black women in kink.

  • Spiritual Activism and Live Tarot Reading: Interview w/Author Javi Mason Pt. 2 Aired: Thursday, September 13, 2018

    In part one of our interview with author Javi Mason we discussed their essay on how the church is losing members who are gender non-binary due to its non-inclusive traditions. In the second half of our conversation we talk about new opportunity for spiritual community that has pro-black activism and religious inclusion as its main tenets.

  • The Black Church Is Failing Gender Variants: Interview w/Author Javi Mason Pt. 1 Aired: Thursday, September 6, 2018

    The Black church has been a staple of activism, healing and religious traditions. Unfortunately more and more of its members -- especially queer and gender non-binary ones -- are feeling compelled to leave it behind for more inclusive spaces .

  • Interview w/Multimedia Poet, Writer and Performer Simone Nikkole "Azucar" Perry Aired: Thursday, August 16, 2018

    “This woman is doing everything, and I wanna be like that!" Simone Nikkole "Azucar" Perry says when discussing how Maya Angelou has inspired her. We discuss Simone's poetry, screenwriting and multimedia performance work; and her desire to uplift the often overlooked stories of the subtle yet deeply emotional aspects of women's experiences during some of their most difficult and uncomfortable roles and stages in life.