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Black Women Travel Podcast shares the stories of Black women who dare to make travel a priority. Yes, in this economy. This community of bold women from all over the world have varied travel stories including short-term travelers based in a country, to long-term travelers living as digital nomads or working abroad. Listen in to hear how they’re able to use travel as a means to connect with themselves and others. Celebrate good times! You now have the opportunity to become an Official Nomad C ...
 
Discussing life’s bullsh*t in a light-hearted way while trying to stay grounded. The honest, no-holds-barred, uncut friends, and Millennial-Aunties you need to feel less alone, but we keep it 100 when you f*ck up. Your hosts are Cheyenne, Sheena, Seleta, Ashley, and Monique; a group of black women who grew up in the same hometown. A safe space created for black women to be themselves. We share unique perspectives, experiences, and wisdom. Connect with the Ladies: www.blackwomenhealshow.com, ...
 
The Black Girl Business Bar Podcast is for Black entrepreneurial women who crave practical information to implement in their businesses and careers. They want tips and tactics that work and they want on-the-go mentorship that will make a difference in their businesses, projects, and lives. Hosted by business coach and crowdfunding expert Khalida DuBose, the Black Girl Business Bar is all about letting Black women know what's possible for them in their entrepreneurial journey.
 
Black Girl Blueprint was founded on the belief that Black girls have long been the ones to set the trends and transform the culture in a way that only we can. To put it simply: our podcast is devoted to showcasing raw, unfiltered, and unapologetic Gen Z Black girl perspectives. Our weekly episodes will center the voices and celebrate the accomplishments of young Black women who have made their own impact on and within the culture. | Follow us on Instagram: @blackgirlblueprint | Lauren: @laur ...
 
AALF believes that telling our stories is crucial to the success of the African American community. Through our podcast and community engagement work we’re raising the profiles of champions in our community, celebrating our successes, and addressing the challenges we face. By listening to our weekly program, becoming a network contributor and participating in our convenings, you’re helping to re-shape the narrative around Black lives and the Black experience. The podcast also airs on KMOJ Su ...
 
Being You, A Black Woman, is hard…especially in Corporate America. There are too many hurdles thrown at us as we try to climb the ladder of success. From microaggressions against you and your hair to the lack of advocates and sponsors everyone needs. Someone please just tell us what to do to make corporate America work for us! The Trill MBA Show is here to help you fight these battles by giving you the strategies that work, straight…no chaser. With our host, Felicia aka The Trillest MBA you ...
 
For the Entrepreneurial woman who refused to take no for answer. More than empowering you this podcast is here to give you some techniques and strategies to keep going, even after life's challenges. Develop a raw, real and relentless mindset. Reverse the negative self-talk, expose and get rid of limiting beliefs and put an end to the damaging behavior. Get the nuggets from all angles personal, professional and spiritual. Not only do you have some current issues, there is some damage from you ...
 
Black Manifesto, the 10 Commandments: Black Women Speak Out, is a 10-part podcast series hosted by nora chipaumire and Pawlet Brookes. Black Manifesto brings together voices of Black women from around the world as a collective conversation, making the invisible visible, and addressing how we work to reshape a new world in which Black women are seen and heard, and a resource for inspiring creativity, learning, and unlearning. Each guest will discuss one commandment from nora’s Black Manifesto ...
 
The Cite Black Women podcast is a bi-weekly program with a simple message: Cite Black Women. We have been producing knowledge since we blessed this earth. We theorize, we innovate, we revolutionize the world. We do not need mediators. We do not need interpreters. It's time to disrupt the canon. It's time to upturn the erasures of history. It's time to give credit where credit is due. This bi-weekly podcast features reflections and conversations about the politics and praxis of acknowledging ...
 
Join close friends Charla Lauriston and Lauren Domino on their hunt for the ‘secrets’ that have helped black women flourish through the bullsh*t. They connect with guests over shared experiences by wading through everything from sex and self-care to rage and anxiety. Each conversation centers on creating a space for joy with some newfound besties while asking: how do the black women we admire stay incredibly phenomenal?
 
BLATING! BLACK WOMEN! LATE LIFE! DATING! Enjoy the real-life stories of Lique & Kelse! Life-Long friends who for very different reasons find themselves dating in their 50's! This honest and entertaining dialogue is interesting and intriguing and definitely gives the listener something to laugh about! Enjoyable for men and women! Produced by Tony "ANT" Powell of Powell to the People podcast.
 
Black Women Who is a podcast hosted by Stormie B that shares different prospectives of life through the everyday black woman's point of view. Being a black woman is like being apart of an unstoppable movement right now and forever to come, so Black Women Who will bring women together to discuss black women who do it all, and do it well.
 
This show is always a call to action! We're bringing women as well as men together, and having some honest conversation about Black sexual politics and changing what has been destructive. We're producing insight into the historical context and detailing the stories that expose abuse based on race, sex, gender, class and other intersecting oppressions in the lives of women (and men) in our communities.
 
Every week we speak to inspiring guests from around the globe to enrich your mind, your body and your bank. Take a trip with your host and your girl: "Yaz" and my international VIP guest-list to enrich your life from the inside out. You will be inspired by Global Black Girl Magic to Level Up Your Life and Live Out Your Purpose. Come take a trip and learn to live richly! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/richblackwoman/support
 
Ronda and Renee have been friends for ten years and been through the ups and downs of raising kids as single moms, buying a house,starting a business, marriage and divorce and of course dating. We are women just like you talking about everyday issues that affect black women. We are Black Women Talk.
 
Black Woman In Bloom Podcast is a semi-monthly podcast that exists to inspire Black Women to honor the strength and beauty within by exploring mental health and wellness topics. Join your host, TaReon Jael, a Certified Health Educator and Medical Lab Scientist, as she offers practical tips and strategies to help you navigate your unique health and wellness journey. New episodes are released every other Thursday.
 
Find inspiration and recognize how brilliant and extraordinary Black women really are mentally, spiritually and physically. In this space, our lives will be seen and heard as we embrace individuality and celebrate our greatness, unapologetically! Now is the time to cultivate and rally a universal and authentic sisterhood on purpose, through mission, with passion and compassion! The Queendom where the SistaNista Spirit thrives! https://www.blackwomensworld.com/
 
Welcome to Everyday Black History! Where we highlight the contributions of Black Men and Women both Past and present. Here we celebrate Afro Appreciation, where Black American, Africans and Latinos of African descent are honored. We also highlight Institutions that have help the advancement of people in the African Diaspora, such as historically Black University and many others. Enjoy Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
Hey Group Chat! I know ya’ll see my text! There’s tea to be spilled. Each week we’re bringing you our unfiltered take on culture, news, dating and our lives as Black millennial women. We are coming to y'all with the honesty and eyerolls that only a text chain with your girls can. This is Black Girls Texting with Chelsea, Glynn and Sade.
 
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Help us better serve you by taking our show survey, we promise it won't take more than five minutes! We appreciate you family Tap here You know how it is family; you meet someone, have a lot in common with this person, the two of you are having a blast, and then something triggers your red flag signals. You begin to see the signs you missed, and th…
 
S5: Ep 28 A FARE Update In this brief episode, I give an update on what’s going on with me while I’m still on hiatus. I also talk about how I choose me over work now by filling my cup up before I pour it out. It feels good. Listener Letters: If you have a situation that we can all learn from, email us at ask@trillmba.com. We will not use real names…
 
Welcome to She’s Got Drive. Today we have Marie Claire - get your notebook and listen to what Marie-Claire shares on her approach to her life - her life strategies. She has come from struggle to success - and hear her definition of success. You will love her as I do. Grab your cup of tea, or drink of choice and you might want to take a walk as you …
 
Whether you were affirmed growing up or not, there’s a part inside of you that you think is cracked. So whether you are an expat, a vacation traveler, an immigrant, a group travel lover, or a digital nomad, Black women can benefit from awareness while traveling. Something you don’t accept about yourself, something you’re not comfortable with and be…
 
shoot it fast... Catch a brand new #AskABlackWoman, What We Sippin' On and ZMoD! Grab your glass, and come have a chat with your good good girlfriends. Available any and every where you get your pod on! Apple Podcast, Spotify, Amazon Podcast, Google Podcast, Stitcher and of course at our website www.BlackWomenNoChaser.com Support the show (https://…
 
Lyda Newman was an entrepreneur and inventor who invented a hairbrush and received a patent for it. Mary Kenner was an inventor with 5 patents and invented the sanitary pad. She was also a business woman who ran multiple flower shops in DC. Check out the rest of the episode for more info. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlack…
 
Brooke and The Black Girls Texting get super real in this episode. We talk motherhood, dating and so much more! You guys will love it!!! Don't forget to rate, comment and subscribe!! More about our guest: Brooke DeVard Ozaydinli created Naked Beauty, her podcast, in 2016 to uplift and tell the stories of amazing women in Beauty through her unique l…
 
Something will attempt to impede your journey. We will get blindsided typically right before the breakthrough. Choosing to make the fullest version of your dream a reality will require more than tenacity. As black women, we have already proven we can push through shit. However, the next level isn't about pushing through it is about working through …
 
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. One factor that is critical to our mental health is proper sleep! But…
 
Most of us don't know it, but we're subconsciously limited by multiple fears. There is the fear of putting ourselves out there for scrutiny, the fear of how our colleagues (past and present) view us, and the fear of failure. Oh, and there's the fear of success, too. These fears can be debilitating. In this episode, I want to address five fears that…
 
Many conversations about relationships revolve around our relationships with others – romantic, platonic, family – but today we are talking about the relationship each of us has with ourselves. How you treat yourself can set the tone for others treat you. When you have a strong connection with yourself, you are more equipped to uphold necessary bou…
 
In this week's episode of the BGN Podcast, as we cover the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival, we welcome actor, director, and writer Justine Bateman to talk about her directorial feature film 'Violet'. Justine Bateman has an impressive resume that includes 'Family Ties', 'Satisfaction' and 'Arrested Development', and many more. She has earne…
 
No new friends or whatever Drake said...! In this week's episode, we will be getting real about the challenges of making friends as we get older. We’re going to be talking about social lives, more than just learning how to be social again after the pandemic but what it's like navigating the world as an introvert or an extrovert and having social an…
 
According to the CDC, 1-in-5 Americans will experience mental health illness in a given year, 1-in-25 Americans live with a serious mental illness like schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or major depression, and according to the Lancet Psychiatry Journal, 1-in-8 Covid Patients are diagnosed with a first-time mental illness like anxiety and depression…
 
Most of us have heard of and know what it means to get out of your comfort zone. But what about when it’s time to find and embrace the sweet spot of comfort? TracyMac shares three ways for how many, especially SistaNistas of a certain age can, recognize and embrace the comfort in *your* zone! If you'd like to connect with Host TracyMac or her resid…
 
This week, the girls discuss the abortion ban in Texas, the highs and woes of lash extensions, and what to do when you spot a friend of a friend's husband on a dating app. And then Patina Miller steps into the group chat for a conversation on motherhood, seeing multi-faceted depictions of Black women in TV & Film, and her starring role on Power Boo…
 
Help us better serve you by taking our show survey, we promise it won't take more than five minutes! We appreciate you family Tap here Have you ever been told by parents and loved ones: girl you can't do that, people will think you're ghetto and have no home training! Black girls and boys spend their childhood learning how to behave and speak in pu…
 
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. Over the first 58 days of the COVID-19 pandemic there were an estimat…
 
I have a history of hiring people when I don't know how to do something. Whenever I'm tackling something big or new, I need a playbook or a roadmap to get it done. And I've found that hiring is the fastest way to accomplish my goals. So much of building a business is about supplementing your own genius with that of others. This is especially true f…
 
Next week we're diving into our relationships and connection series. To prepare, enjoy this guided meditation to help you cultivate a deeper appreciation and better relationship with yourself. Grab your headphones and set aside 10 minutes to connect with yourself. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/balanced-black-girl/donations Adverti…
 
REWIND EPISODE ON THIS LABOR DAY - being inspired to create our environment as a reflection of our self care. Going back to an episode that is one of the most popular episodes, my guest "For the Love of Tidy’s" founder, Kristyn Ivey, is a professional organizer who is dedicated to teaching busy families, professionals, and creative entrepreneurs ho…
 
In this week's episode of the Black Girl Nerds podcast, we welcome Emmy-nominated actor, comedian, and author Yvonne Orji. On television, she stars in HBO’s critically acclaimed comedy series 'Insecure'. A distinguished standup comedian, Yvonne previously opened for Chris Rock on various stops of his Total Blackout Tour and headlined her first come…
 
S5: Ep 26 Legal Therapy Session 5: The Fight Welcome to a Trill MBA Show TakeOver. In this fifth and final episode, our host, Attorney Anitra, shares how you got time…. time to strategically get your best possible outcome when the is too much. She breaks down your three outcomes from speaking up for yourself. If you missed the fourth episode, check…
 
Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Shahidah. In this chapter, Shahidah paints the picture of growing up in Brooklyn, being surrounded by different languages and accents, and the culture shock she experienced moving to Missouri as a kid. She says her encounters in Missouri eventually led to her building a community for…
 
It's late, just listen. We're talking about natural hair. Two naturalistas talk about their best and worst hair stories, trauma around texture, and styles that didn't dry on time. Black hair has been politicized since 1619 and we want to talk about it. Please don't grease your scalp. Catch a brand new #AskABlackWoman, What We Sippin' On and ZMoD! G…
 
It's late, just listen. Catch a brand new #AskABlackWoman, What We Sippin' On and ZMoD! Grab your glass, and come have a chat with your good good girlfriends. Available any and every where you get your pod on! Apple Podcast, Spotify, Amazon Podcast, Google Podcast, Stitcher and of course at our website www.BlackWomenNoChaser.com Support the show (h…
 
Civil rights icon Dr. Josie R. Johnson, author of "Hope in Struggle: A Memoir," reflects with host Dr. Sylvia Bartley about the civil rights era of today compared to the early civil rights movement. As we live through COVID, racial reckoning, and natural disasters, Dr. Johnson shares her hopes and fears for our children and community. Dr. Johnson q…
 
This episode, we're joined by Derrik of the Ratchet Book Club to discuss Loving My Wife and Her Sister, Too by Lady Lissa and Shelli Marie. We meet Analise (the wife), Zakiya (the sister) and Gavin (the fuckboy) and dig into the messiness (or lack thereof) of their lives. Is Gavin a predator who groomed his wife (and her sister, too)? Would Analise…
 
Season 2 premieres with a double feature with forests, frights, and fast food. Written by Michele Tracey Berger Directed by Kennedy Allen of Women At Warp Sound Design by Gabe Castro of The Ghouls Next Door Sound fx provided by "Female Horror Screams & Fear" by AmeAngelofSin And your humble host, Wi-Moto Nyoka Project support provided by: The Aweso…
 
Some challenges you win and some challenges you lose. We lost! Talk about mental toughness! Seventy-five gallons of water, over 450 miles walked and more. Some challenges we choose. Some challenges choose us. Not only did Tracy and Deanna complete the 75-Hard Challenge, but they’re thriving all the better because of it. No matter the challenge, the…
 
This week, the ladies chat with Nareasha Willis, the designer of AVNU Official, a luxury streetwear brand that uses controversial statements, colors and textures. Nareasha considers herself a fashion activist and is the designer who coined the phrase "Ghetto Until Proven Fashionable". She is a CFDA designer and has been featured in Vogue, Refinery …
 
How many times have you thought to say something brutally honest? Perhaps you wanted to address a controversial issue. What is the worst thing that could happen from speaking your raw, awethentic message, even if it hurts? Well, let's see what kind of message I got after saying, "Cancer isn't a good enough excuse." Afterward, (lol) If you still lik…
 
Help us better serve you by taking our show survey, we promise it won't take more than five minutes! We appreciate you family Tap here Are you in a place spiritually where everything is okay on the surface level but, you're having difficulty tuning in spiritually? Yeah, us too! In this episode, the ladies discuss how it feels to not feel connected …
 
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. Each September is the observance of National Recovery Month. The jour…
 
I have the pleasure of chatting with Varci Media founder and CEO Shondell Varcianna about her journey from working in the financial industry to serving financial institutions with her content writing services. Her story is fascinating because, at one point, her business served a general clientele, but she realized that the general approach was NOT …
 
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