Miranda, a Larrakia and Tiwi woman, celebrated the launch of the podcast on Instagram, writing: "We are incredibly proud of this series and we hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoyed making it."
Nakkiah, a Gamillaroi and Torres Strait Islander woman, also took to social media, describing the series as "the experience of a lifetime", adding it was a "a journey around the world about race, resistance & girl power through the history of the Aboriginal Deb Ball."
She added, "We go from the local Aboriginal church in Mt Druitt during deb rehearsals, to previous slave markets in the antebellum south and historically black universities, to First Nations people's land in the US, to the Ritz in London...to come back to Australia to recognise our violent past and the power of Black women and celebrating their strength, beauty and ability to change the world!"
This isn't the first time the pair have joined forces to shine a light on Indigenous women, appearing on ABC comedy Get Krack!n last year. During the segment Miranda performed a poem written by Nakkiah, which delivered a critical look at morning TV's tendency to cling to headline-grabbing attacks on marginalised groups, with examples delivered by morning hosts Sonia Kruger and Kerri-Anne Kennerley.
Watch the segment below:
The pair also collaborated on their last podcast, Pretty for an Aboriginal, which featured frank and fearless conversations between the two women about race, sex, politics and culture.