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This podcast is a warm embrace, soothing realness, and conscious girl talk. Black Girl In Om exists to hold and heal black women and women of color around the world on their unique wellness journeys, mending us from the inside out. Come into conversation with our founder, Lauren Ash and wellness and Spirit-centered guests across various industries to talk all things self-care and self-love, spiritual awakening, intergenerational healing, and more.
 
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 ...
 
As Black women, we should cherish the special bond we share with our sister-friends. It's essential. As Black women over the age of 50, those bonds become even more meaningful over time. I'm Kimberly Sumpter, host of the Sistahs Connect Podcast which features conversations with the women that I admire and who have inspired me through my life journey. The podcast amplifies their unique voices, is filled with inspirational messages, and is rooted in positivity. Topics range from entrepreneursh ...
 
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?
 
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 ...
 
Black Women Heal is a podcast created for the determined and resilient modern-day woman that seeks vulnerability and inclusiveness; men you're welcome too. A safe space to support, uplift, and heal through all of life's bullshit. Your hosts are Cheyenne, Sheena, Seleta, Ashley, and Monique; a group of black women who grew up in the same hometown. Our mission is to create a safe haven that offers our unique perspectives and experiences to help you feel less alone by sharing authentically and ...
 
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.
 
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 host, Lilada Gee – a warrior, healer, community mother, (but certainly not a singer) - in gripping conversations committed to highlighting the experiences and stories of Black girls and women. As an unapologetic voice in defense of Black girls, meet her at the frontlines each week discussing topics that most impact our girls in their homes, schools, and communities. You will not want to miss one single, fearless conversation! Subscribe to lilada.org to stay updated! And to help support ...
 
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 ...
 
Black Girls From Laval est un podcast animé par trois jeunes femmes afro-descendantes : LauToTheRey, La Grosse qui fait des vidéos et Christle Gourdet. Ce podcast a été mis en place dans l’optique de créer des conversations sur des sujets encore tabou au Québec. On veut montrer les richesses émanant de la diversité culturelle. On veut aborder différents enjeux tout en gardant un aspect humoristique. Cette plateforme nous aide à partager une vision positive des communautés culturelles présent ...
 
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
 
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.
 
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.
 
A new podcast base out of Canada featuring identical Jamaican twin girls Join us every Tuesday as we explore the challenges of being a black woman livin’colored in Canada. We will discuss our Black moment of the week, adulting, entertainment/pop culture and ways we are to break down barriers and reconstruct where black women fall in society Nordeen -The Storm that was never forecasted but determined to leave her mark. Nordia- The optimist / obsessive creativity with her affinity for words de ...
 
The STEMpowered Women podcast is brought to you by Sistas in STEM, a platform aimed toward empowering women of color in their daily lives and their passion for science, tech, engineering, and math. Join host Brittany A. J. Miriki as she interviews boss women for inspiration, career advice, health tips, and more. We’re pushing the voices of Black women and women of color in STEM to the forefront to bring our community together. You’re not alone, Sis. We’ve got you!
 
In 2008, Tanya Cook was one of the first black women to be elected to the Nebraska Legislature. Representing a uniquely diverse constituency and bringing a lifetime of international travel to the job, she discovered above all else, she was a black woman living in a red state. Through her unique perspective, she ponders the intersection of politics, race, culture, and Broadway (Lin-Manuel Miranda, specifically) in our daily lives.
 
Produced live at WGBH Studios in Boston, Basic Black *is the longest-running program on public television focusing on the interests of people of color. The show, which was originally called *Say Brother, was created in 1968 during the height of the civil rights movement as a response to the demand for public television programs reflecting the concerns of communities of color. Each episode features a panel discussion across geographic borders and generational lines with the most current stori ...
 
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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In our next "throwback" episode, Lilada takes a look at her top ten heroines of the Civil Rights movements in honor of Black History Month. Featuring long-time Madison resident and activist, Brandi Grayson. Brandi is the co-founder of Young, Gifted and Black and founder of Urban Triage in Madison, WI. Originally recorded with WORT in Madison, WI Fe…
 
Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Danica. In this chapter, Danica shares a bit about how being a shy kid growing up in government housing in Toronto impacted her ideas about the life she could live. Those ideas would follow her into her professional life as she worked at a kiosk selling cell phones to pay her way thr…
 
S5:Ep 10 Do Black Lives REALLY Matter: Lessons From The Coca-Cola Company Restructure Pt 2 In this episode, I take a deeper dive into my workplace experiences after the death of George Floyd and BLM social media posts. This is my story. The views and opinions I share are my own. Listener Letters: If you have a situation that we can all learn from, …
 
Get your cup of tea , or go for a walk and listen to this weeks episode of She's Got Drive. This week on #shesgotdrivepodcast is Damona Hoffman is a certified dating coach, radio host, and TV personality. We talk about dating, relationships and our expectations of relationships. More on Damona … she starred in the TV series #BlackLove and A Questio…
 
Yall asked so here it is.... The Problematic Naker Episode. Join us as we discuss and explore Amber's 3 Prong Program of where yall be having us effed up at. Pimp, Prey or Pander these men are problematic AF. And yes of course... Derrick Jaxn. Catch a brand new #AskABlackWoman, What We Sippin' On and Zeta Male of the Week! Grab your glass, and come…
 
Are you someone who only shows romance towards your significant other on special occasions you know; stuntin for the gram? What does a romantic gesture look like to you based on your love language or is it even important? Communication and fertility were the cards that came up on the Spiritual Shit segment of the show today. This is the second epis…
 
Understanding that Black women experience higher rates of chronic stress and anxiety, Jasmine Marie, a breathwork practitioner, founded black girls breathing, a safe space for Black women to nurture their mental, emotional, and spiritual health through guided meditation, breathwork, and community. In 2020, as racial tensions mounted and many Black …
 
In this episode, Cite Black Women podcast host, Christen A. Smith sits down with Koritha Mitchell a literary historian, cultural critic, and associate professor of English at Ohio State University. to discuss book. From Slave Cabins to the White House: Homemade Citizenship in African American Culture (August 2020, University of Illinois Press). In …
 
Trailer for new 5EPN Original "Black Women Watch..." Hosted by Tishon Pugh. Season One coming soon. Below are the socials & necessary links to everyone involved, give us a follow to stay updated. BWW - (Twitter) @BWWthepod BWW - (IG) @bwwthepod_ 5EPN - (Twitter & IG) @5thElement_UK Music - "Tony's Belated Breakfast" By Birocratic Thanks to ChillHop…
 
What does it mean to heal? How can you facilitate your own healing journey? How can you continue to keep yourself going? If you're someone who is going on a healing journey you have probably asked yourself similar questions. In today's episode, we're really going to talk about the necessary tools needed to truly heal ourselves and healing in a very…
 
Today's affirmation: I have the power to heal myself. As we continue our "Heal Thy Self" series, we chat about the healing powers of Reiki with Tanai Holder. (If you went to our live show at The Salt Lounge, you're familiar with Tanai's work!) Tanai is an intuitive healer, spiritual teacher and an entrepreneur. She's practiced sacred healing method…
 
Sarah Rector was a young Black Girl who came from Oklahoma and made a fortune when her land began to produce oil. She soon built an empire of land and real estate holding, a bakery a much more. Check out the episode for more --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/EverydayBl…
 
This week's episode is all about women's empowerment! In our first segment, we welcome Hollywood powerhouse and mega-producer, Debra Martin Chase. She chats about the Female Leads Collection currently streaming on Disney+. Host: Ryanne In our second segment, we welcome the women behind the National Center of Women & Information Technology (NCWIT). …
 
Platform yourself and know when to de platform yourself comrade. In this episode, Pawlet Brookes explores the seventh commandment with Project X Co-Directors Mele Broomes, Ashanti Harris, and Rhea Lewis. Based in Scotland, Project X is platforming dance of the African and Caribbean Diaspora. Responding to a series of provocations, the discussion co…
 
Do you often feel unsupported by friends and family? In this episode the ladies discuss the importance of showing your support of loved ones, whether it's a business venture, completing advanced degrees, or starting passion projects. Why do women have such a hard time supporting one another and why do we receive more love and support from male frie…
 
Have you ever jumped from one relationship to the next? Is it possible to date while on your healing journey? Is there a time limit to healing? The ladies delve into this topic and the role religion plays in keeping us boxed in and in a state of victimization because of trauma. Racism was also brought up during the conversation and the ways it caus…
 
It's the sisterhood for us, but what is it for you? How has your relationship with your mom affected your relationships with other women? Have you endured trauma or suffering that has left your relationships with women tumultuous? The ladies also discuss the importance of making deep connections, allowing the frequency/vibration of others to attrac…
 
Get to know your hosts in this first episode of BWH. The ladies give you a brief introduction of who they are and what you can expect from episodes. The ladies reminisce about when they met each other, their astrological signs, other spiritual shit such as natal charts, and relationship advice if you're married, seeking love, or long term partnersh…
 
Chelsea, Glynn and Sade are back with another travel episode. This time, they're taking you down to H-Town. To follow BGT's Houston itinerary, hit up: The Lancaster: https://www.thelancaster.com/Wanna Bao: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g56003-d14070300-Reviews-Wanna_Bao-Houston_Texas.html Lucille's: https://www.lucilleshouston.com/P…
 
We read an article on Pure Wow by this child psychologist on the things we shouldn’t be saying to our daughters. We’re calling BS on some of it! And of course, the lens through which we see and approach these things changes as black women. It’s just different. Our babies face a different reality in this world. Najla joins KC and Joy alongside profe…
 
In this episode of the Black Girl In Om Podcast, co-founder and creative director of Freedom Apothecary, Bonkosi Horn (she/her), joins BGIO founder Lauren Ash (she/they) in conversation around reclaiming self care and wellness as our birthright. Freedom Apothecary is a space that centers Black women & WOC coming together in community along their se…
 
Why is rest important? How can you incorporate more rest into our day? What does rest look and feel like to you? Rest is something that is often overlooked even when it's planned. Chasing rest can feel like a never-ending cycle which causes you to feel more exhausted. Giving yourself grace and taking a break to rest is something we need to incorpor…
 
We all look after our bodies but what about our minds? Elise Biaylew founded Mindful In May about seven years ago to show people there is more to meditation than just sitting still. Mindful In May now has people from more than 60 countries taking part each year. And in the spirit of giving something back, the program also raises funds to provide dr…
 
In this 3-segment episode of the Black Girl Nerds podcast, we welcome true crime and fictional crime fans everywhere to tune in! Our first segment begins with co-creator and executive producer Jenny Lumet of the CBS series Clarice. Clarice is set in 1993, a year after the events of The Silence of the Lambs. The series is a deep dive into the untold…
 
S5:Ep 9 Emerging Stronger: Lessons From The Coca-Cola Company Restructure Pt 1 In this episode, I share the lessons learned from my experience working at The Coca-Cola Company through a restructuring during a global pandemic and a renewed fight for social justice. The consultants branded the restructure Emerging Stronger. Demember 15, 2021, I was i…
 
Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with DeAnna. In this chapter, DeAnna describes her childhood growing up in North Carolina, and how being seen as overweight as a child has impacted her life. She takes us back in the day, when her life was all about lawyering, being a personal trainer, and the brief stint she was into bod…
 
First of all, we have to walk back our defense of the monumental F-Boi narcissist that is Derrick "Jaxn." Lawd. But never mind him. We are watching a mental health crisis live and in living color and it's no joking matter. (Even though some of the stuff she is saying is indeed ridiculously hilarious). This woman is not well. She's not OK. But beyon…
 
YES we are back with my first interview of this return season - Renae Bluitt. remember when Issa Rae said " I'm rooting for everybody Black" - well this is Renae but add Black women. She really is a stand for Black women living and being their best selves. We had a fantastic conversation when I sat down with her last summer. Renae L. Bluitt is a Br…
 
As we prep for Season 3, we thought it important to not only remember where we started, but how this continues to be relevant today. In "Ground Zero," Lilada Gee passionately advocates for the importance of healing ourselves and how, when we heal the Black girl inside of us, we can better defend Black girlhood to come. In honor of Black Woman Heal …
 
Ok Kanye West is is he a prophet? Examine the fall of Kanye and how his alleged mania has presented itself in some both artistic and truly insane ways. We gon' let you finish but Kanye has had the craziest career of all time! From college drop out to audio burps we chronicle how his art has gone from inspiring to seemingly mania. Check on your peop…
 
Just a little something extra to get you through the mean time in between time, because you know Black Women stay blessing. Grab your glass, and take a shot with your good good girlfriends, Gabbi and Amber. Now Available any and every where you get your pod on! Apple Podcast, Spotify, Amazon Podcast, Google Podcast, Stitcher and of course at our we…
 
So…ummm….yeah. Our bodies ain’t the same. Many of us are doing and looking great. But even so, 3 and 4 hour sessions are not realistic or necessary. And all of that pretzel-y stuff becomes more of a chore does it not? Is it just us? Whatchall think? You still got that a pretzel or two in ya? Joy and KC are joined by Najla, to discuss.…
 
Our thoughts are powerful. The way we think about ourselves, consciously and subconsciously, controls every aspect of our lives. How are you speaking to yourself? Are you holding on to childhood trauma and emotions that have led you down a path to burnout, living up to other people's expectations, and unhappiness? In this episode, Les is diving dee…
 
We’re still going strong with our “Heal Thyself” series and this week we’re discussing intimacy disorders with our girlfriend, Shena Tubbs, of Black Girls Heal. Shena is a personal coach, trauma specialist, love addiction and trauma expert as well as a licensed professional counselor and married + family therapist. She is also the creator and host …
 
We're back! This time we are recapping episode 6 of HBO's hit sci-fi thriller 'Lovecraft Country'. In this episode, we explore and breakdown the episode "Meet Me in Daegu". Hosted by: Angelica and Ryanne Music by: Sammus Edited by: Jamie Broadnaxעל ידי Black Girl Nerds
 
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