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Black Girls Consult Too! podcast empowers the busy female professional to move past fear to start and grow a successful consulting business despite the obstacles you may encounter by diving deep into consulting practice, business strategy, mindset, and more.For more information and show notes visit www.excelatconsulting.com/podcast
 
A podcast and community that explores Black women and romantic love through the lens of romance novels. Each episode of Culture Lit trains a spotlight on a new Black romance novel and then deep dives into the many themes facing Black women and love after 40. Be ready to laugh, sigh and talk about Black women falling in love, yes sex too, and the Black authors writing their stories.
 
There are a lot of things Black people go up for: An all-Black movie cast, and the phrase “Black-owned,” to name a couple, but there are a few unexpected things Black people go up for too. Things not traditionally associated with Black people, like Paramore, Oovoo, and Cash App. This podcast will take a humorous look into the seemingly random things Black people LOVE. New episodes every other Thursday. Theme song by prod.joelteon. Cover artwork by Pedro Fequiere
 
Deep in the heart of public school education wars rage on, and few warriors come to fight for the people. Yet, there is one small band of freedom fighters bring sanity to the village. Anyone who threatens the education of our 8 million black children is likely to catch these eight black hands. [Twitter: @8Blackhands1]
 
Black Men Sunday offers professional techniques for building generational wealth and general finance tips aided by weekly guest speakers who are professionals in finance. The show is based on a live audience comprised of African American professionals learning new financial techniques.
 
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Reconsidering

Meredith Black, Bob Baxley, Aarron Walter

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Re:considering explores how to navigate your career, relationships, and the values that guide you through the inevitable changes of life. Each episode co-hosts Bob Baxley, Meredith Black, and Aarron Walter talk with people who’ve figured a few things out about living a satisfying life filled with meaning and show you how you can too.
 
The Black Mums Upfront Podcast is a weekly podcast fronted by Carina White, Natalie Duvall, Nana-Adwoa Mbeutcha and Endy Mckay, Lauren Thomas-Johnson and Vanessa Haye. They rarely agree on anything but always keep it real… sometimes too real. Getting upfront about their experience of modern-day motherhood - with top tips, inspirational guests, insightful topics, eye-opening honesty, and lots of laughter. Welcome to the Sisterhood.
 
Black People Go To Therapy, Too is a podcast about and for people of color. It’s about our experiences in our mental health journeys and about the positive and negative things we’ve experienced in the pursuit of becoming healthier members of our community. This podcast seeks to not only shine a light on the stigmas surrounding people of color and our mental well-being but seeks to engage our community in conversations about our experiences in therapy--good and bad. This podcast is here to ul ...
 
It’s TOO Early is a podcast curated by three black women in the media and communications industries. These three women, Bri, Lonnie, and Nelly, met at Towson University where they created a bond that has led them to this! Their love for girl talk and hot topics has allowed them to express their feelings and navigate through this thing called “adulthood”. As they each venture out into the world as recent graduates, this podcast allows them to address issues that affect them as young millennia ...
 
Hosted by Laura Cathcart Robbins, a writer and a recovery thriver and survivor, Laura found herself in an all too familiar position. In September 2018, she was the only black woman in the room at Brave Magic, a famed writer’s retreat. After it was over, she wrote about her “only one” experience in The Huffington Post and comments started flooding into her DM. These comments were from people from all races, ethnicities, creeds, and nationalities who had felt “othered”. Laura beautifully inter ...
 
"A perversely safe place in which he and his guests talk about their fears, addictions and traumatic childhoods." - NY Times "Normalizes what so many others feel but have been too fearful or ashamed to express...remarkable" - Psychology Today "A vital, compassionate gem that fills a desperate and under-addressed need in our society." - Esquire "Gilmartin makes a conscious effort to explore stories that aren’t black and white" - Slate Magazine "Praised by listeners all over the world" - Atlan ...
 
History isn't black and white, yet too often it's presented as such. Grey History is a podcast dedicated to retelling great historical events, but in a way that highlights contradiction, dissent and contrasting conclusions. Why? Because it's in the grey that history has its beauty, its intrigue, and most importantly its lessons. Current Season: The French Revolution - Tyrants and Terrorists
 
A Jesusy podcast about race and faith from the perspective of an Asian guy, a black girl, and a white guy too -- Andrew, Beth, and Kris, three Philadelphia activists and organizers. Circle Mobilizing because Black Lives Matter is a compassion team of Circle of Hope church.
 
Malcolm X said it best, “The most disrespected person in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America is the black woman.” Hey everyone, I’m Renata and welcome to S.T.R.E.S.S.E.D. better known as Speaking to Real Emotions Sistas Suppress Every Day. This podcast is for the sole purpose of supporting women, especially African American and Black women in the realm of being able to have a space to let our voices and s ...
 
Join the "too smart, too black" ladies in their bi-weekly podcast covering pop culture, sex and relationships to literature, current events and health & wellness. No topic is off limits! As college peers (Shout out to Temple University! Yes we are #TempleMade #TUMF) turned lifelong friends share their ordinary and extraordinary views, Unfinished Business also serves as a humorous and heartfelt space for like-minded individuals to connect and navigate this crazy thing called life.
 
The education system teaches us to learn and recall information and at the end of it we are tested and expected to then pass exams. After all said and done the reality is, we are supposed to get a job at the end of it. I was unaware of the difficulties I would encounter at work especially as a Black Woman. How do I navigate work and how do I keep a job? Education institutions do not prepare you for work, racism, bullying, and oppressive managers in the workplace. Where the education system h ...
 
The purpose of this podcast is to both showcase black excellence and increase awareness of the multitude of career possibilities out there for up and coming black professionals. Our vision is to create a world where young black men and women in high school and college can find role models in black professionals in Medicine, Engineering, Business, Education and Entrepreneurship around the world.
 
A lighthearted and irreverent show hosted by former indie rapper, President Zen-1 (Spotify/Tidal/ReverbNation), who now goes by Raven Blackheart. Each episode of this podcast is different. We are known to discuss a wide range of topics, such as current events (local, national, global) and pop culture (movies, Netflix, WWE, Fallout 76, and Fortnite). As well as the paranormal UFO's, and strange news. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackhelicopternews/support
 
A podcast documentary about Cheltenham, the home of British spying, and the cracks of lying and deception that run through this seemingly perfect Cotswolds town. Praise for The Town That Didn't Stare: "Arch and funny, ­but... deeply serious in trying to understand the peculiar history of the town" – Financial Times "Facinating... mysterious, it really hooks you in" – BBC "Brilliantly arch" – Sunday Times "Hilton is an engaging narrator, tip-toeing the lines between nostalgia, comedy and trut ...
 
New opinions on old music, maybe.......hopefully. Join Simon and his rotating cast of goons and guests as they attempt to offer a slice of colour to retroactively reviewing albums and looking back at chart countdowns. Rock, Metal, Punk, Pop, Rap, Easy Listening, nothing is off limits probably aside from mumble-rap, we’re too old for that.
 
Join your host Grace Black every Wednesday and Sunday for a bright, fun, and meaningful podcast about those thoughts we have every day. Grace believes in the power of creating connections through conversation. Listen while she shares her spoken journal and works toward creating balance while chasing her happiness. Email: fytpod@gmail.com
 
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Social media is a major part of today’s marketing strategy for many solo consultants. It has been shown that the quality of your social media content can impact audience decision-making and can be key to developing a successful social selling strategy. This episode explores how you can create thought provoking and perspective shifting ideas and con…
 
The mums are back from an extended break and feel no shame about the extra "me" time. They're entering into 2022 with the same witty banter, the same witty kids and the same Chris Whitty advising us on you-know-what! Grab a cupper...or a bottle, as announcements are made and resolutions are laid. www.blackmumsupfront.com www.instagram.com/blackmums…
 
If you've ever struggled to find a therapist or maybe you didn't know where to start, this is the episode for you! We sit down with our favorite psychologist and podcast regular, Dr. Xuan Stevens, to get a step-by-step guide on how to find a therapist. -------- Dr. Xuan Stevens is a board certified licensed psychologist and the Program Director and…
 
In part 2, we continue our discussion with Ogadinma Kingsley Okakpu on the myth of the Omicron variant originating in Africa. We expand our conversation to examine vaccine science, the World Economic Forum's Great Reset plan, and how to help global south countries (particularly African) fight Covid and gain political autonomy. How South African sci…
 
Scott Slaughter co-host and producer of The Only One In The Room has a short and casual, yet deep conversation with our guest Michael Kearns right after the show. Special thanks to our sponsors: Away: We love our new sponsor AWAY, the modern lifestyle brand that creates thoughtful products for every traveler and every kind of trip. Start YOUR 100-d…
 
What’s it like to grow up underneath the aurora borealis, on the shores of the Arctic Ocean? Photographer Evgenia Arbugaeva describes leaving—and returning to—Tiksi, a Siberian coastal town that during her childhood slowly became a ghost town in the wake of the Soviet collapse. That experience led her to find beauty in unexpected places—riding rein…
 
Imagine knowing what you were born to do since grade school and then being told that in order to do this amazing thing, you needed to be less…you? Michael Kearns, widely regarded as the first actor in Hollywood to come out as openly gay, moved to Los Angeles in 1970 and refused to hide his sexual preference in order to get the parts that he wanted.…
 
Those ambiguous emails that arrive with no real detail but already your heart is sinking. Honestly, emails like this jarr me, if the chat is so quick call me then , why the mysterious cloak and dagger email? I've concluded that this is a form of control and a deliberate attempt to unnerve you. It catches you off guard and you enter these 'quick cha…
 
Good morning Lovelies! Welcome to Five Years Time first Sunday Reset. A short motivator to begin your morning off and start your Sunday Reset routine right. This week Grace is speaking about mind, breath, body connection. FYT Spotify Playlist Mindful Moments Playlist Thank you for listening 💖 - Grace Let’s Get Social 👯 Instagram Youtube TikTok Face…
 
Larry weighs in on Joe Biden's first year as president of the United States. He's then joined by W. Kamau Bell to discuss his documentary 'We Need To Talk About Cosby.' They start their conversation by touching on how Bill Cosby influenced them through his TV shows and albums in the '60's and '70's and American culture in general with 'The Cosby Sh…
 
Today we discuss MFP and Dr. Robert Malone's Appearance on JRE. We also look at an article on CNET attacking him for his assertions regarding MFP. Hosted by Raven Blackheart. MASS FORMATION PSYCHOSIS - by Robert W Malone MD, MS (substack.com)Discredited 'mass formation psychosis' theory spreads COVID misinformation (cnet.com)--- This episode is spo…
 
Tim Black unpacks Mitch McConnell "African American vs American" comments vs Joe Biden "Poor kids are as smart as White Kids" comments. We also take a look at the hypocrisy of the system. Great callers and some ideas for fighting back. Save this broadcast. Become a member: www.jointimblack.comBy The Tim Black Show
 
This week, the Black Rasslin' Podcast is joined from Nation of African American Wrestling's own Jabari to talk about the formation of the #NAAW and his thoughts on the first #Terminus show. Later, Fam, Drip, and khal discuss this weekend's GCW show at the Hammerstein Ballroom, Mustafa Ali requesting his release from the WWE, an interesting Bray Wya…
 
When having conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion, sometimes it's hard to comprehend what role horses play in the equation. Elizabeth McCorvey has used her social work expertise and equine-facilitated coaching abilities to draw connections between DEI and anti-racism work and how equine professionals show up for their horses and thei…
 
Episode Summary: This episode is all about colorism. I share a story about my niece dealing with colorism that really broke my heart. My guest, Kantoinette the Blogger, and I talk about it from many different angles including colorism within our own communities. Show your Support: If you like what we're doing here on Still Talking Black, the best w…
 
Every single chapter of this stunning book deserves to be read out loud, but for today’s On My Nightstand, I chose one of my favorites, Lady Of The House. Ronit’s writing has been featured in The Rumpus, The Atlantic, The Iowa Review, American Literary Review, The New York Times, and elsewhere. Her memoir When She Comes Back, about the loss of her …
 
Author, artist, and entrepreneur Connor Franta @ConnorFranta sits down with Paul and talks about growing up in a small town, becoming internet famous, and coming out to his mother--along with the rest of the world. Be sure to check out his newest book House Fires. More about Connor www.ConnorFranta.com https://www.youtube.com/user/ConnorFranta/feat…
 
In this episode, we discuss if the Omicron variant originated in Africa with Ogadinma Kingsley Okakpu. He is a 4th year Ph.D. candidate of Biomedical Sciences at UC Riverside and a member of the AAPRP All African People's Revolutionary Party. We draw on his scientific expertise to explore how variants are tracked, how Africa responded and exceeded …
 
Have you ever felt pressure to be the best? Well, this week Grace is sitting down and opening up about her recent disconnect between her mind and body. She shares how she is coming to terms with what’s best for her and maybe that’s not being the best? FYT Spotify Playlist Thank you for listening 💖 - Grace Let’s Get Social 👯 Instagram TikTok Faceboo…
 
Trigger Warning: The following episode contains conversations about sexual abuse. Scott Slaughter co-host and producer of The Only One In The Room has a short and casual, yet deep conversation with our guest Kelly Wallace right after the show. Special thanks to our sponsors: BetterHelp: BetterHelp is a great, affordable option for professional coun…
 
Creating highly engaging and creative social media content that aligns with your business brand can be a challenge. However, it can be an excellent way to help your message and brand stand out in a crowded market if done right. Additionally, it can support your overall business growth and ability to generate more revenue. In this episode, I am join…
 
National Geographic photographer Tomas van Houtryve documents the layered history and revival of one of the world’s most enduring landmarks, Notre-Dame de Paris. A reflection of the city and part of its soul, the cathedral has been ravaged, reimagined, and resurrected over the course of eight centuries. Badly damaged by fire in 2019, Notre-Dame is …
 
Trigger Warning: The following episode contains conversations about sexual abuse. Picture this: You are a child, only eight years old, and because the court won’t allow your parents in with you, you enter a courtroom alone, to testify against the grandfather who molested you. Kelly Wallace, Writer, memoirist, and co-host of the Zoom reading series,…
 
Following on from Season 2 Episode 36 'Self-Sabotage' Dear fellow Black Queens, most of us are on a constant journey of healing. With regards to the traumas in the workplace, we work through traumas in jobs in the next role. Can we discuss how we self-sabotage as a result of the trauma we have experienced? Self-sabotage: When we actively or passive…
 
We ease into the new year with a trip down memory lane back to the summer of 1999. A place where the UK charts were inhabited by such mega big-hitters as S Club 7, Shanks & Bigfoot and The Vengaboys. Can we find any actual decent stuff knocking around at the end of the old millennium though? Get in touch with us jukeboxpod@gmail.com with feedback a…
 
Good morning Lovelies! Welcome to Five Years Time Sunday Reset. A short motivator to start the morning and begin your Sunday Reset routine right. This week Grace is prompting you to plan out your meals for the week. Being realistic with what you will need and what you'll be able to make. Sunday Reset Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playl…
 
Larry is joined by John McWhorter to discuss his book 'Woke Racism: How a New Religion Has Betrayed Black America' and the factors that are affecting racial discourse within the current cultural and political climate. They touch on many of the issues and obstacles holding back the modern anti-racism movement, including religion (9:16), victimhood (…
 
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