Black Girl Nerds is a podcast and place where girls of our ilk can express themselves freely and embrace who they are. This is not a show exclusively for Black women, but it is a show exclusively for Nerds! Haha! The end of each episode provides information on each of our social networks and a preview to the next week's podcast topic.
United States
51 episodes
since March 5, 2013


Dillon Stevenson performed stand-up at New York Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, Comix at Foxwoods, and Gotham Comedy Club & other venues in NYC. He’s written, directed, and performed in sketch shows off Broadway and at benefits and events throughout the city. @theDiLLon1 Gordon Baker-Bone is a stellar comedian who is regularly booked for shows all over the East Coast. . He frequently performs, produces, and hosts his own shows at clubs such as Stress Factory Comix at Foxwoods. @BakerBone John Minus is a comedian, writer, and all-around great guy who lives and breathes his home state of New Jersey. Eschewing traditional Black Comedian tropes, John wants to re-invent the image of the Black Comic. He's performed at Broadway Comedy Club, Comix at Foxwoods, & Greenwich Comedy Club among others. @DonCoyote Mike Brown is a comedian and writer from Harlem, New York. He’s performed at Caroline’s Comedy Club, Stand Up NY, Laugh Lounge, EastVille Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club as well as Sirius XM. He co-hosts and produces the Comedy Outliers show, the Machine Gun Funk show, and The Big Pony Show. @YoMikeBrown Cerrome Russell, born and raised in Sumter County, GA, started his comedy career 10 years ago while serving in the USMC. He was first exposed to a broader audience as a cast member on the 2nd Season of BET's popular prank show Hell Date. A staple on the Washington DC comedy scene, Cerrome has also performed in NYC and CT at places such as the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn and Comix at Foxwoods. @CerromeRussell
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