Episode 1.8 – Little Miss Nobody

Episode 1.8

little miss nobody

If given a choice, would you rather be second-class or first-class? Now before you answer, please, let me at least lay out the differences for you so that you know exactly how to answer this.

LaKiesha Mitchell was born and raised in Barry Farm 28 years ago, a place where the people expect nothing more than to be treated like the second class people they’ve been told (and shown) that they are. Because like everyone around her, she has never been afforded the opportunity to be sure that she is somebody.

UPDATE!!! Since the recording of this episode, Barry Farm has (in part) received its Landmark Status.  Click here to learn more about what this means.



Episode narrated by Kayona Ebony Brown


Written, recorded, and produced by Kayona Ebony Brown at Siingle Studios in Washington, DC


listed in order of appearance in the episode

All music for this episode provided by Filmstro - arranged for this episode by Kayona

Stomp Clap Slap by Leon Felekyan
Niña by Mona Wonderlick

(Look out) She’s America by Otis McDonald

Credits music: Quarter Past Six by Le Gang by Le Gang

Word of the episode: I Saw A Ghost Last Night by Leonell Cassio

Sound effects: Audio Blocks 

Edited with Adobe Creative Cloud and Filmstro

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