Leslie Antonoff better known as Hautemommie – a content creator, television personality, entrepreneur, and style influencer. You’ve seen her face on TV, as one half of “Butter and Brown”  and the mini staple series “Big Screen, Small Bites” on Aspire Network. 

Brown Girls Rising is a partnership with Nylon Espanol to elevate the conversation of feminist action, leadership, community involvement, and culture.

"I’m all about brown women being in power and getting into spaces where we’re not welcome " - Leslie Antonoff

In this episode, we chat with HauteMommie and Sweet Knowledge Clothing Company Founder, Leslie Antonoff about raising biracial children. In this interview, Leslie talks about other accepting her interracial relationship and what that means to her.

“The one thing I’ve always wanted in a marriage, is for it to be a blessing to other people.”

Leslie also talks about her dislike for labels and how she had to come to turns with being labeled as a feminist.

“I struggle with the word for the feminist because i thought it was meant for white women. Once they started having problems then they wanted to rise up.”

Audrey talks about her own interracial, interfaith family and professed her love for the Black and Yellow remix - Black and Jewish.

"I want my kids to know I'll always take care of them, but I need to take care of me too” - Leslie Antonoff

This episode, Brown Girls Rising Episode 19, can be found at BrownGirlsRising.com or on iTunes.

This episode was recorded in sunny Downtown Los Angeles at Maker City LA.