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

  • March for Our Lives and Police Accountability Aired: Thursday, March 29, 2018

    We highlight activists who are pushing to expand the gun control debate and center intersectional experiences of gun violence -- especially when it comes to police brutality and accountability.

  • Connecting the Dots: DACA, International Women's Day and Attitudes About College Aired: Thursday, March 8, 2018


    We make connections between DACA, International Women's Day and prospective college students in the US by taking a look at the DACA recipients and where they will fit into our national landscape if they are granted the right to stay

  • When Should We End the Tradition of Black History/Women's History Months? Aired: Thursday, March 1, 2018

    Black History Month and Women's History Month spur debate over their relevance and effectiveness. We talk about how these histories are taught, celebrated and thought about in the mainstream, and offer inclusive alternatives for achieving a more complete understanding of our country's legacy.

  • Unpacking Our Visit to Wakanda Aired: Thursday, February 22, 2018

    We recap our trips to Wakanda and give our takes on the experience that is The Black Panther movie (2018). #WakandaForever!

  • Black Love On All of the Screens Aired: Thursday, February 15, 2018

    With Black History Month's in full effect and Valentine's Day just behind us we chat about black love as depicted by Spike Lee and by up and coming director/producer team Caleb & Roni Davis

  • Super Bowl 52 Shade: #BlackLivesMatter vs. White People Gather Aired: Thursday, February 8, 2018

    Chris Thompson, local comedian, script writer, cultural commentator and blogger at the Chronicles of Nonsense, joins us in the studio to discuss Super Bowl LII, the post Super Bowl "celebratory riots," and how they connect to local events. Specifically, we discuss the pattern of the public response to protests and social gatherings in Rochester -- e.g. the Puerto Rican Festival vs. the St. Patrick's Day Parade -- and question the role of police in all of this. We also throw general shade at the Pats and Justin Timberlake, because why not?

  • Building Medical Clinics In Cameroon: Interview With Dr. Moukala-Cadet Aired: Thursday, February 1, 2018

    Jerri Ann sits down for a special interview with Dr. Anne Marie Moukala-Cadet, an osteopathic physician from Cameroon, to talk about the international medicine non-profit she co-founded, that helps villages in developing countries build and run medical clinics, called Village to Village Care ( They also discuss her journey through her medical career and the book she recently published that chronicles it.

  • Black Girls *Do* Bike: Interview With Kecia McCullough, Rochester Cycling Advocate Aired: Thursday, January 25, 2018

    Kecia McCullough is a Rochester "Shero," an official title she holds as the leader of the local Black Girls Do Bike chapter. She joins us to tell us about the success she's had over the last two years growing and connecting the local community of black women cyclists, and where there are still barriers to be broken when it comes to inclusion in the greater cycling community.

  • Inclusive Veganism: How To Navigate Being a Vegan POC Aired: Thursday, December 21, 2017

    We are joined by guests Calvin Eaton (AKA The Gluten Free Chef) and Cecilia Simchak to talk through some of the issues POC face when navigating the culture and practice of being a vegan in the US. They provide us with insight and inclusive approaches on how to make it work while avoiding perpetuating oppressive systems.

  • Black Women and the Alabama Senate Battle of 2017 Aired: Thursday, December 14, 2017

    We rehash the history and ponder the implications of the recent Alabama senate election in which Democrat Doug Jones defeated Republican Roy Moore despite crushing odds; his win made possible by black women in the very (VERY) red state.