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Part of Us: An En Vogue Fancast is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to celebrating one of the most successful and influential girl groups of all time: En Vogue. Hosted by four of En Vogue's biggest fans, Part of Us is a raw and entertaining podcast where we take a hard look at the history of one of the greatest girl groups of all time — the good, the bad, & everything in between. Join us as we spotlight the group and its members, discuss the highs and lows of the groups enduring career, news, g ...
 
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Espresso Talk Today

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Espresso Talk Today

Robin Lofton and Frederick Douglas Lofton

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We confront issues and their effects on Black people in the United States and around the world. From climate change to white supremacy, police violence to veganism, we face these highly charged topics with courage and curiosity. Our uncommon conversation is quick, engaging, and enlightening. Grab an espresso and join the convo!
 
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Men of Change

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Men of Change

Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum

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This audio experience takes listeners on a thought-provoking journey through the triumphs, challenges, and achievements of some of our country’s most righteous Black men. Themes are made more personal by the voices and testimony of DC community members in the Deanwood neighborhood and Ron Brown High School students. Start at any one of 8 tour stops, but to follow our guided path, start at Ron Brown High School. Ron Brown High School students, teachers, and Deanwood community members featured ...
 
Trailblazers.FM is an interview-style podcast where host Stephen A. Hart delves deep into bold conversations with brilliant Black men and women - legendary creators, best-selling authors, self-driven entrepreneurs, and passionate leaders. Each episode documents fascinating and extraordinary Black stories, to help teach actionable strategies, valuable tactics and innovative tools, that you can put to use immediately on your journey to becoming transformative trailblazers. Access 200+ episodes ...
 
Historic Black settlements in Nova Scotia tell a long-neglected story and through studying them we can unlock invaluable, under-represented knowledge. On a journey of rediscovery, Shawn Smith and Laurice Downey present Loyalist Connections: Est. 1783. They are determined to shed light on these lost and disappearing communities, discuss why these communities could not survive or are fading, and what these collapses tell us about the historic and modern systemic racism Black Nova Scotians face ...
 
Welcome to the behind-the-scenes podcast of the upcoming feature-length documentary film God Said Give ‘Em Drum Machines: The Story of Detroit Techno! Composer, DJ, and native-Detroiter Reggie Dokes (@ReggieDokes) guides you through an independent production company’s processes and impact that go far beyond what you see on-screen. Documenting the story of the true origins of techno music has been a 10-year international journey of filmmaking and a labor of love for the Detroit-bred producers ...
 
This is a lecture series about African American history. Each "wiki" lecture is approximately 5 minutes long and teaches about lessons from the past can be used to improve our lives and the future. These lectures are fun, interesting, and inspirational!
 
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
 
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.
 
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En Vogue's debut studio album, Born To Sing, was released on April 3rd, 1990, featured four number-one R&B singles and received a Grammy nomination for best R&B performance by a duo or group. Join us as we dig deep into this iconic R&B album produced by producing duo Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy. Please rate, review and subscribe to Part of Us:…
 
We are continuing the discussion on how to start a business. You have a great idea. You think that it will be a great product or service. Don't know how to start? No worries! This podcast show will discuss what you need to know to get started. This is the second part of the "Starting a Business" series. See October 8th for Part I of the series. Joi…
 
Bidisha explores joy, from the psychology of our earliest laughs to collective and solitary pleasures like comedy, food and performance. Hear historian of emotions Thomas Dixon describe and define joy, before listening to comedian Daliso Chaponda and developmental psychologist Caspar Addyman talk with Bidisha. They remind us to let our inner jester…
 
If you're interested in learning about an armed resistance in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania where a local resistance group of free and formerly enslaved Black people repelled an effort to recapture four escaped slaves, then my Christiana Resistance Black History Short is for you. Show notes and sources are available at http://noirehistoir.com/blog…
 
Braids. Locks. Twists. Cornrows. Afros. Bantu knots. These are styles of natural hair worn by Black people around the world. Although these styles can grow naturally, without the use of chemicals, heat, or painful treatments, many Black people experience professional difficulties or school punishments for wearing these natural styles. In this episo…
 
In the premiere episode of Part of Us: An En Vogue Fancast, Joshua, Champ, Jonathan, and Matan discuss En Vogue's history and share their earliest memories of the group. They also discuss why they're still fans all these years later before considering En Vogue's longevity in the music industry. Then they head over to the mailbox to answer listener …
 
Part of Us: An En Vogue Fancast is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to celebrating one of the most successful and influential girl groups of all time: En Vogue. Hosted by four of En Vogue's biggest fans, Part of Us is a raw and entertaining podcast where we take a hard look at the history of one of the greatest girl groups of all time — the good, the …
 
Racial stress is a fact of life for most Black people. This stress is damaging our mental and physical health. How can we fight the effects of racial stress? Epidemiologist Sherman A. James discusses healthful coping strategies that individuals and communities can--or must--take to protect Black health and support upward mobility. Join us for this …
 
A review of “Confirmation”, a 2016 HBO film about the hearings for Judge Clarence Thomas' (Wendell Pierce) nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. In Washington, D.C. Thomas seems likely to be confirmed until a former employee, Anita Hill (Kerry Washington), surfaces with allegations of sexual harassment. Show notes are available at http://noirehisto…
 
The truth is out: racism damages the health of Black people. Racism damages our mental health and well-being. Racism damages our physical health. The Espresso Talk Team is joined by Professor Sherman James, an epidemiologist who has studied the effect of racism--and high effort coping behavior to deal with racism--on Black bodies. The result? Chron…
 
We are starting where it all began. Birchtown is one of the oldest African Nova Scotian communities, established in 1783. Shelburne is the site of the first documented race riot in North America. Our discussion with historian Graham Nickerson uncovers the arrival of the Black Loyalists, their resourcefulness, and what led to the 1784 Race Riot. Epi…
 
Home to one of the oldest and largest Indigenous Black populations in Nova Scotia, the community of North Preston saw settlers from multiple migration waves starting with the Black Loyalist in 1783, the Jamaican Maroons in 1796, and the Black Refugees from the War of 1812. With our special guest Nevell Provo we uncovered the geographical boundaries…
 
From 1812-1816, a contingent of Black Refugees settled Beechville on the outskirts of Halifax. Once a predominantly Black community spanning over 5000 acres, Beechville’s geographical boundaries have declined over the years as a result of “urban” development. Our inspiring conversation with special guest Dr. Barb Hamilton-Hinch discusses her connec…
 
In the early 1900s, there was an influx of immigrants who came to Cape Breton in search of work for the Dominion Iron and Steel Company. Skilled Black workers were recruited from America, the West Indies, and other parts of Nova Scotia to work in the extreme conditions of the steel plant. They predominantly settled in the “Pier”. Through storytelli…
 
The New England Planters first arrived with slaves to Yarmouth in 1760. Following the 1784 Shelburne Race Riot, Black Loyalists migrated to Yarmouth in search of freedom, land, and employment opportunities. Shawn caught up with Yarmouth resident Bruce Johnson to share his lived experience growing up in Yarmouth. We discuss the unwritten rules of se…
 
If you're interested in learning about the Mason-Dixon Line and how the border it created between Northern and Southern states played a role in defining the land of freedom versus bondage, then my Fugitive Slave Acts Black History Short is for you. Show notes and sources are available at http://noirehistoir.com/blog/fugitive-slave-laws.…
 
Adultification is a form of stereotype in which adults view and treat Black children as more adult-like than their white peers. Adultification causes trauma to children. Black children are held to "adult-like" standards and given harsher treatment than white children. This form of bias robs Black children of their childhood. In this episode, the Es…
 
When was the last time you felt utterly tranquil? Moya Lothian-McLean searches for an oasis of calm, taking Wellcome Collection’s ‘Tranquillity’ exhibition as a point of inspiration. She visits St Bartholomew’s Hospital to experience the installation ‘Regarding Forests’ by Chrystel Lebas. Hear tips from staff and visitors as they share how they fin…
 
Black actors have been fighting for racial justice and social change for decades. Eartha Kitt. Jesse Williams. Danny Glover. Cecile Tyson--and many more used their fame and fortune to make a change in society. They risked a lot. Some were “blackballed” from the entertainment industry. Others were ostracized. Some lost everything for their beliefs a…
 
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Help me make videos and join the monthly discussions: https://www.patreon.com/brucepoinsette Sign up for classes and check out the latest bylines: https://www.brucepoinsette.com Subscribe to the monthly newsletter: https://www.brucepoinsette.com/newsletter/ Portland NAACP: https://www.pdxnaacp.org/ Community Alliance of Tenants: https://www.oregonc…
 
Storytellers have always been held important roles in Black communities--from Africa to Detroit. Storytelling connects us with our roots in Africa where the oral tradition was used to remember family history, acknowledge special events, and teach societal rules. The Espresso Talk Today is pleased to have Edith Armstrong, aka Mama Edie, on the show …
 
Help me make videos and join the monthly discussions: https://www.patreon.com/brucepoinsette Sign up for classes and check out the latest bylines: https://www.brucepoinsette.com Subscribe to the monthly newsletter: https://www.brucepoinsette.com/newsletter/ The Blacktastic Adventure is an ongoing interview series that explores Oregon's Black diaspo…
 
So you want to start a business? Great! You have a great idea. You think that it will be a great product or service. Don't know how to start? No worries! This podcast show will discuss what you need to know to get started. Join us in the Lawyers' Corner for this informative and fun discussion!By Robin Lofton, Mellanese Lofton, and Hans Hyppolite
 
If you're interested in learning about the rollercoaster of Zora Neale Hurston’s work being published and receiving rewards while she experienced constant financial issues, then my Black History Short about Zora Neale Hurston's later life is for you. Show notes and sources are available at http://noirehistoir.com/blog/zora-neale-hurston.…
 
The fastest-growing demographic segment worldwide is the senior population. People are living longer and more are staying healthy as they age. Yet age-related illnesses like dementia, stroke, heart disease, and diabetes are realities for some senior citizens and their families. With this growing population has arisen an area of law that is dedicate…
 
Hello Happiness is the first series of The Wellcome Collection Podcast. In this episode, Bidisha chats to her guests about their personal experiences of resolve, and considers its complicated relationship to happiness. Psychotherapist Susie Orbach and broadcaster Jeff Brazier discuss the power and limitations of resolve in managing grief and mental…
 
Storytellers have always been held important roles in Black communities--from Africa to Detroit. Storytelling connects us with our roots in Africa where the oral tradition was used to remember family history, acknowledge special events, and teach societal rules. Elders were often revered storytellers, which also acknowledged their important positio…
 
The Espresso Talk Today team continues the interview with Kimberly Slaughter, Chief Executive Officer of Systra USA. (We encourage you to hear the first part of this interview!) Kimberly Slaughter will discuss her professional journey and obstacles that she met and overcame within corporate America. Kimberly will also discuss her typical day as a c…
 
Help me make videos and join the monthly discussions: https://www.patreon.com/brucepoinsette Sign up for classes and check out the latest bylines: https://www.brucepoinsette.com Subscribe to the monthly newsletter: https://www.brucepoinsette.com/newsletter/ The Blacktastic Adventure is an ongoing interview series that explores Oregon's Black diaspo…
 
“Many college-educated Black Americans are entering corporate America with dreams, ready to do great things, but they're confronted with an unwelcoming culture." The Black community has always focused on education as a way of obtaining financial security, political power, and even upward mobility on a personal level. The Espresso Talk Today team is…
 
If you’re interested in learning about the union organizer who led pushes to desegregate the military, outlaw race-based employment discrimination within military departments, and provided the framework for the March on Washington, then my A. Philip Randolph Black History Short is for you. Show notes and sources are available at http://noirehistoir…
 
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