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Black Fathers, NOW is the time to Step up and be ALL that you were called to be as a Father! Every couple of weeks, you can look forward to an inspirational guest or a thought provoking message all geared toward equipping you with Wisdom and insight to inspire YOU on this Incredible Journey of Fatherhood. Our World, Our Communities and our Families are depending on US! Be Blessed, Well and Wise.
 
Black Men in White Coats podcast is dedicated to telling the stories of black male clinicians. Our goal is to inspire others to pursue careers in healthcare, and to promote a positive narrative for black men overall. By allowing black male clinicians to tell their stories, we aim to touch minds and touch hearts. *Hosted and founded by Dale Okorodudu, MD.
 
We are the Institute For Sport & Social Justice (ISSJ), “Changing Lives Through the Power of Sport.” This show is a discussion, an opportunity and a celebration of women leaders in sports. We will discuss the pathways and challenges that women of color have overcome and explore their unique journeys through sport. We will investigate opportunities to challenge the status quo and action steps for inspiring women to become leaders in sport. Producer, Garnett L. Overby III, Director or Marketin ...
 
A deep dive is a podcast about us. How we got here and where we might be going. Deepening our understanding of the people and events that connect us, explain us, sometimes divide us. The goal of the podcast is to pique your curiosity and motivate you to want to know more. Through research, archives, and interviews a deep dive will surprise you, amuse you, and sometimes it might even break your heart a little. I hope by the end of each episode you'll know something you didn't know or you'll h ...
 
Black American culture has always been the inspiration— but now it’s “mainstream.” … but still often times we don’t even get a seat at the table during the discussion. Black Americans care about national news, entertainment, family life and politics. Because of the sheer history of this country, our perspective will always be different.. and it will always matter. Forget a seat— this IS the table. This is what happens when we get a chance at Controlling Our Narrative. Hosted By Brooke Thomas
 
"This Fine Social Scene" looks at the happenings of the day, relevant to and from an African-American, perspective. Each 15- to 30-minute episode features lively discussion, offering a fresh look at current events and issues, art and culture, and pop culture. Thank you for joining us and we hope you enjoy our shows! You can find us on Twitter. at @thisfinesocial and on Facebook at https://facebook.com/thisfinesocialscene
 
TellinSeasonThePodcast created by @CoolChrisSmith along with @Thats_Chubbs & @IGot2BeSteph sharing two decades of friendship. Based in PG County of the DMV area, TellinSeasonThePodcast shares stories of local positivity plus discussions on an array of topics from politics, sports, entertainment, culture, and world news. Live and charismatic energy that offer real laughs and relatable stories.Available on platforms Now! Also find more info and content on the @Tellinseasonthepodcast Instagram ...
 
The Stoop podcast digs into stories that are not always shared out in the open. Hosts Leila Day and Hana Baba start conversations and provide professionally-reported stories about what it means to be black and how we talk about blackness. Come hang out on The Stoop as we dialog about the diaspora.
 
The Job Optional Podcast is created for Women of Color who are inspired to start a Small Business on the side of their current 9 to 5 grind. If you have a vision to use your passion to create a profitable Side Hustle, that will give you the Freedom to live Job Optional. Each weekly episode will share actionable steps, key resources and powerful advice to inspire and motivate you and your business to success!
 
Shavon Natè is a wife, mom, school psychologist and a self proclaimed geek. GO Magazine has teamed up with her to create this podcast series, "The Cheeky Geek with Shavon Natè", as she infuses both her quirky banter and probing questions in her interviews featuring topics like comic books, all things fandom related, queer historical figures and everything in between. @BluLadyGaymer
 
The church and religion has played and continues to play a big role in the African-American community. Yet, many of us who grew up in the traditional black church do not have an understanding of how our faith evolved under the duress of slavery and discrimination to be and to represent what it does today. The purpose of this broadcast is to provide that background knowledge while also pointing out the dividing line between what is just tradition and true faith in Jesus Christ.
 
With a combined 165 years of watching TV the Chriesman family has finely tuned the ability to comment on TV together. On This is a Family Program Mom & Dad (Baby Boomers) and Jessica & Samantha (Millennials) are giving takes on TV, movies, pop culture, representation and diversity in the media landscape past and present. From Rugrats to Perry Mason this podcast spans the generations. And offers a black perspective on some of you favorite shows. This is a family program can be heard on your f ...
 
Meet BlackFacts.com, the Internet's longest running Black History Encyclopedia - Delivering Black History, Culture, Vides and News to our followers. This podcast series provides your daily Black Facts Of The Day™. In addition there will be occasion bonus episodes focused on diversity or other key topics of interest to our BlackFacts audience Learn black history, Teach black history - https://blackfacts.com
 
Kristin DiBiase, J.D., is a former law school and NCAA administrator sharing insider secrets on life, career and classes, to level the playing field for law students of color, first-generation law students, and law students with ADHD. Get candid advice (including what law schools don't want you to know!) and proven, science-driven academic strategies made for anyone who wants to learn how to optimize their law school experience for maximum results.
 
Wine and Popcorn is a bourgie black podcast that recaps ABC's Scandal from a bourgie black point of view. Host Krista Summitt-Wine Gladiator, recaps all the elements of the including the wine, fashions, music, and hairstyles. She also highlights the best social media tweets that happen during the show. Each show will feature a recap of pop culture of interest to the black bourgoisie, "Crib Sheet of Bourgieness".
 
Welcome! I'm Ede and my goal with this podcast is to provide all the information you need to make the keto or carnivore diet a way of life. Listen to these stories from new and veteren keto/carnivore folks and be inspired to transform your life and seek optimal health. By my family’s history, I should have high blood pressure, heart disease & be a 300lb diabetic by now, but five years ago I took control of my health and turned that around. Cutting carbs was hard but once I got through it & b ...
 
Welcome to The Onyx Life where change comes with challenge. Our goal is to help create happy homes and financial empires and explore the lighter side of life. The Onyx Life is hosted by Mirthell and Rita who are known for their popular YouTube channels Onyx Life, Onyx Family, Onyx Kids and other channels under the Onyx brand with a combined total of over 4 million subscribers and over 1 billion views. They discuss their experience with entrepreneurship and the successes and challenges workin ...
 
American Urban Radio Networks (AURN) podcasts represent an array of topics including politics, entertainment, finance, wealth building, education, sports, entrepreneurship, civil rights, and advocacy. AURN is the nation’s only African-American controlled Radio & Digital network.
 
Become a part of the Mom-e Nation as we share, uplift and inform each other in this vast community made up of entrepreneurs from various cultures, industries and age ranges. Whether you are a WAHM or have a brick and mortar establishment, there is something for all. With more than 20 years of entrepreneurial business savvy, we are sure our host Charisse McCoy will humor, enrich, entertain and enlighten you. Subscribe today!
 
A podcast for all those socially conscious moms. I'm a black mom, raising black kids in a white world and this podcast is about the funny and not so funny moments that come with being a person of color in today's world. This is real talk about social issues, black and brown lives, black hair, relationships, mommy'ing through those terrible three's (yes I said three's), parenting kids of all ages and all the fun that comes with motherhood... all discussed with a twist of color.
 
Each week on "The Extraordinary Negroes", writers Jay Connor and Alex Hardy delve into humorous explorations of pop culture, current events, and relevant issues with some of your favorite media personalities. Previous guests include Luvvie Ajayi, Damon Young and Panama Jackson of VerySmartBrothas, April Reign, 2017 Grammy nominees KING, Jerrika Hinton of ABC's Grey's Anatomy, author and blogger extraordinaire Demetria Lucas O'Doyley, author Kiese Laymon, Eunique Jones Gibson of Because of Th ...
 
This is the #1 Dad focused Entrepreneur Podcast on the planet. I couldn't believe that there weren't any podcasts focused on dad entrepreneurs so I created one. Here we talk about the world of parenting from a dad's perspective, the world of entrepreneurship and building a business from a dad's perspective and the best way to grow your business from 0 to hero. We also talk about systemizing your business so that you can spend more time with your family while serving others. Subscribe so that ...
 
The Authority is a show that candidly discusses issues affecting popular culture, sports and politics. The show will discuss, deliberate and debate current events effecting these categories of focus and see how they intersect with the issue of race. The show will talk about all types of issues: gender, class, etc, but the show will have an inclination to highlight topics that deal with the issue of race. Because the host of the show, Dr. Sanford Richmond, believes there has never been an iss ...
 
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Unless you have been asleep, the world is a little crazy. There have been shootings and killings all over the US and the gun control people are happy. What we can do now is not be stupid. You don’t have to respond to inquires, news reporters, or speak out of school just to keep your face, name, or media presence going. It is too easy to slip, fall,…
 
We're joined by the founders of Fennigan's Farms: Claire and Amanda. This week, we're discussing the need for food sovereignty for Black and indigenous people, food injustices in the United States, and how to start growing your own food at home. FENNIGAN'S FARMS Instagram & Twitter: @fennigansfarms Spring Plant Pop-Up Shop Tees Episode Resources Ra…
 
I was honored to have a long time buddy of mine, Dr. Danielle Ward share her amazing journey to medicine. She shares how her relentless mindset allowed her to overcome a 2.2 GPA and low MCAT scores to now getting accepted to plastic surgery residency. Did I mention she accomplished this as a single mother? You don't want to miss this episode.…
 
At the time of her interview, Darrice Griffin, was the Deputy Director of Administration at the University of Georgia Athletics Association. Since that time, she has been promoted as the Senior Deputy Director of Athletics at the University of Georgia. Griffin is a former high profile basketball player at Texas Tech University, turned NCAA Division…
 
Traci Green is the first African-American woman to be a head coach of an athletic team at Harvard University. Green is also the first African-American coach of any gender to win an Ivy League title. With the background as former NCAA National Champion as a tennis player at the University of Florida and being the daughter of trailblazer, Tina Sloan-…
 
Are you suffering with uncontrolled asthma and allergies and an animal lover like the Broken Prophet? Tired of taking antihistamines, steroids, allergy meds etc? You’ve got to listen to this episode and hear how you can turn around your auto immune issues with diet alone. The Broken Prophet has had incredible improvement in his asthma/allergies and…
 
The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. Today I’m joined by Dr. g for an important conversation to help us di…
 
http://www.BlackFathersNOW.com visit for merch, books, resources and more... Episode 213 of Black Fathers, NOW! Podcast is a POWERFUL convo w/ Husband, Father and Law Enforcement Professional Leshuan Oliver. We talk Marriage, Support, Faith, and much more... For more on Leshuan, follow https://www.instagram.com/inspectorgq1/ Subscribe: Apple Podcas…
 
#stopasianhate Asian history of hate in California Listen to a conversation with the CEO of SilencerShop, David Matheny and Kenn Blanchard. Dave Matheny has over 20 years of experience as a software engineer. After two failed attempts to purchase a suppressor, Matheny formed Silencer Shop with the primary goal of simplifying the buying process for …
 
This week, we speak with one of Chicago's finest, Dr. Carl Lambert. We learn how his upbringing molded him into a top-notch, humble and compassionate physician. He shares with us the role his faith has played in caring for his patients and how he was selected in the recent LeBron James commercial. IMPORTANT LINKS CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THIS POD…
 
The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. This week we're rewinding to a very important conversation that you m…
 
After meeting Dr. Samm Pryce on Clubhouse, I knew I wanted to sit down and have a real conversation with her. She's a wealth of knowledge and really helped me understand how a blood type diet can be used to maximize health. She truly believes healthy food is medicine and much of what we eat today is a poison. You can listen to the full podcast inte…
 
On this episode the fellas get into a deep conversation about trust and the act of forgiveness. Emotions aside, stepping out of personal situations; ask yourself what can forgiveness do for you? Episode sponsored by: Lux Butter Lux Butter is an all-natural body care line that includes handmade whipped body butter and sugar scrubs in various scents …
 
What's up fam! Today is PreMed Mondays. We run a PreMed Mastermind group that meets on Monday evenings and the idea came up to answer a premed question on the BMWC every Monday. Today's question comes from one of our PreMed Mondays members (www.PreMedMondays.com), Kim. She's curious about establishing and maintaining relationships with Deans at Med…
 
http://www.BlackFathersNOW.com Please visit for Merch, Books, Resources and more... Episode 212 of Black Fathers, NOW! Podcasts dives into one stanza from the poem "IF" by Rudyard Kipling. Marinate on this and let me know what you think... Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/black-fathers-now/id1230596918?mt=2 YouTube: …
 
What do you tell your little son when a classmate of his says all Black people are stupid? I was caught off guard last night when my son nonchalantly shared this with me during dinner. Check out how the conversation went down. IMPORTANT LINKS CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST ON ITUNES! CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST ON GOOGLE PODCAS…
 
In this episode, we're breaking down celebrity activism. Should activists become celebrities from the state-sanctioned murders of Black people? Why our liberation depends on centering women like Samaria Rice. And what's the line between art and activism? Resources We Mentioned: Samaria Rice's Facebook post "The Sha*n K*ing Episode with Ashley Ray-H…
 
The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. Dr. Donna Oriowo, M.Ed, MSW, CST joins me again this week to discuss …
 
On March 31, Toni Morrison wins the Pulitzer. She was an American novelist, essayist, book editor, and college professor. In the late 1960s, Morrison became the first Black female editor in fiction at Random House in New York City. She became noted for her examination of the Black experience within the Black community. In 1988, Morrison won the Pul…
 
Sharmyka reached an all time high of 355lbs and decided she had to get her health under control. Keto had always worked, but the carb cravings were intense. She decided to try carnivore with a friend and that’s all it took. The cravings are gone and so is 40lbs. She’s become a real carnivore evangelist, converting her sister and 3 besties. I fully …
 
Kenn remembers when he was accused of being a militant/dissident and revolutionary. The Mulford Act. "Blacks with Guns Me Very Uncomfortable" supposedly connected to Gov. Ronald Reagan 1967 The Black Panther Party for Self Defense and Justice The new podcast ifidiedpodcast.com https://www.timbervaults.com/timber-vaults-giveaway kennspodcast.com if …
 
On March 30, The 15th Amendment was ratified and gave blacks the right to vote. In the final years of the American Civil War and the Reconstruction Era that followed, Congress repeatedly debated the rights of the millions who had been enslaved. After surviving a difficult ratification fight, the amendment was certified as duly ratified and part of …
 
Wilma Rudolph was an American sprinter, who became a world-record-holding Olympic champion and international icon in track and field. Rudolph was born prematurely at 4.5 pounds (2.0 kg) on June 23, 1940, in Saint Bethlehem, Tennessee. She was able to overcome several early childhood illnesses, including pneumonia, scarlet fever and polio. She enrol…
 
http://www.BlackFathersNOW.com visit for more info, Merch, Books, and more... Sponsor: "Jumpstart Fatherhood": https://doubledownonyou.teachable.com/private_pages/6836391?preview=logged_out Episode 211 is the Dynamic Story of the World Changing Young Brother, King Randall, I. The Creator of http://www.thexforboys.org is Building Young Kings and sho…
 
March 29 is the birthday of Pearl Bailey. She was an American entertainer notable for her sultry singing and mischievous humor. A nightclub performer, Bailey shared the stage with entertainers such as Cab Calloway and Duke Ellington. Bailey also had a television career and even hosted her own show, “The Pearl Bailey Show.” BlackFacts.com is the Int…
 
Diane Judith Nash is an American civil rights activist, and a leader and strategist of the student wing of the Civil Rights Movement. Nash was born in 1938 and raised in Chicago. After finishing Hyde Park High School in Chicago, Diane Nash went to Washington, D.C., to attend Howard University. She then went on to major in English at Fisk University…
 
On March 28, Bill Russell became the first African American to coach an NBA team. During his career, Russell supported the American civil rights movement, and spoke out against the Vietnam War. He won 11 NBA titles in the 13 seasons that he played with the Boston Celtics, and then he was named the player-coach of the Celtics in 1966. In 2011, Barac…
 
Marsha P. Johnson was an American gay liberation activist and self-identified drag queen. She was one of the prominent figures in the Stonewall uprising of 1969. She was a founding member of the Gay Liberation Front and co-founded the radical activist group Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (S.T.A.R.). On the early morning hours of June 28…
 
On March 27, the Black Academy of Arts and Letters was founded. Founded in Boston, the Black Academy of Arts and Letters works to promote, cultivate, and preserve the work of African, African-American, and Caribbean artists in the fields of literature, fine arts, performing arts, visual arts, and cinema. The organization grew out of the American Ne…
 
Odetta Holmes was an American singer, actress, guitarist, lyricist, and a civil and human rights activist, often referred to as "The Voice of the Civil Rights Movement". Odetta was born in Birmingham, Alabama, on December 31, 1930. As an important figure in the American folk music of the 50s and 60s, she influenced many of the key figures of the fo…
 
On March 26, William H. Hastie became the first Black federal judge. After graduating with a degree in mathematics from Amherst College in 1925, Hastie taught at the Bordentown Manual School before going on to Harvard University to receive a law degree in 1930. He began his federal career as a solicitor for the Department of the Interior in 1933. U…
 
Marian Anderson was an American contralto. She performed a wide range of music, from opera to spirituals. Anderson was born in Philadelphia on February 27, 1897. On January 7, 1955, Anderson became the first African-American to perform at the Metropolitan Opera. During her life, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Congressional G…
 
March 25 is the Birthday of Aretha Franklin. As a young teen, Franklin performed with her father on his gospel programs in major cities throughout the country and was recognized as a vocal prodigy. She moved to New York City, where Columbia Records executive John Hammond arranged her recording contract. Her first recording session where she sang “T…
 
Mahalia Jackson, born Mahala Jackson, was an American gospel singer, widely considered one of the most influential vocalists of the 20th century. As a child, Mahalia found a home in her church, where Mahalia delivered God's word through song. She moved to Chicago as an adolescent and joined the Johnson Singers, one of the earliest gospel groups. Ja…
 
Halle Berry became the first African American woman to win an Oscar for Best Actress. Film roles in "Jungle Fever" (1991), directed by Spike Lee, and in "Boomerang" (1992), directed by Reginald Hudlin, first brought her notice. She won an Oscar for Best Actress for her performance in "Monster's Ball"(2001), becoming the first African-American woman…
 
The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. It's a celebration y'all! We made it to 200 episodes and we couldn't …
 
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