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Today Blacks and Latinos only make up 4 to 5 percent of the tech workforce, as a result, young people of color are not confident about their ability to become successful in the tech industry. Students are five times more likely to take an interest in computer science if they often see people who look like them in that field (Gallup/Google). In honor of Black History Month, Black Voices in Tech aims to do just that by bringing in successful men/women of color making history today, to speak an ...
 
Black stories are a vital part of Black healing. That Black healing is a vital part of the world’s healing. Our stories are medicine and contain technology often overlooked in spaces that have actively de-centered Black bodies and voices. My Black Body Podcast is a container to share and grow nourishment for our collective bodies, minds and spirits. ​ This podcast will serve as a living record. By centering Black stories told by Black people, we ensure that we play an integral role in preser ...
 
London holds a myriad of individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences and skillsets, but who are they and how do we hear them and parlay their knowledge into our own life formula for success? Words like diversity, multi-cultural, Fitness, mindset are just a few of the topics that the guests on Black Sheep Voices speak about. Giving a voice to the Black Sheep around London, UK and the world is knowledge, and knowledge translates into power when utiliized!
 
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 ...
 
'Brown & Black' is a new podcast exploring the convergence of race and pop culture, hosted by two diverse voices, one Latinx and one Black, to fill a needed void in rethinking how pop culture news and opinion is conveyed in America today. Jack Rico and Mike Sargent, two national film and culture critics seen on TODAY and FOX Business News, interview filmmakers, artists and journalists to examine the complex nature of entertainment and race.
 
The mission of this project is to Take Notice (to listen, to hold space) by amplifying Black stories, experiences, and voices. Conversations on family life, finding joy, and interests of folks in our country who encounter racism on a daily basis. A portion of these discussions will be dedicated to holding space for guests who are comfortable sharing their personal experiences with racism. Stories help us all learn and connect. We are here to listen. To Take Notice.
 
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 ...
 
The Renaissance Project: A Black Girls Movement is an innovative, fresh space for voices to come alive and collaborate for a dialogue about the issues that affect our youth, and day to day issues. This is an intergenerational conversation, that will allow room for solutions, light, and love. This podcast is engineered by the youth for the youth.
 
We amplify the voices of Black Business Owners and Entrepreneurs to Ignite the Global Black Economy. Through this platform our socially conscious listening community connects with black business owners and their companies to learn actionable tips for building successful businesses. Each week we publish a new, compelling interview with a black entrepreneur who shares their story, teaches us some useful business information, and gives their number one piece of advice for the Buy Black Communit ...
 
Black girls have a voice that is separate from that which the media portrays. There are many young women contending with issues that are greater than what previous generations have had to contend with. This podcast aims to highlight the voices of black adolescent females as they anonymously share their day to day experiences for our learning. With both individual and parental consent, black girls (ages 13-18) now have a space to discuss life experiences, current events and issues most pertin ...
 
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 ...
 
With the understanding that ABPsi cannot grow without the continued engagement and support from student voices, the SC board has begun producing our own podcast, Rooted. In 20 to 30 minute segments, students are encouraged to highlight their struggles, successes, and passions as they pertain to African/Black Psychology. Our podcasts endeavor to focus on the spiritual, professional, and emotional dimensions of the student experience and empower members to become involved in spreading ABPsi’s ...
 
One Foot in the Black is a six-episode podcast telling the story of fire in the West—how the landscape has been shaped by fire, how climate change is remaking the rules, and how our future with fire is tied to the past. Join hosts Joseph Vaile and Alexi Lovechio, as they explore the facts, future, and solutions of wildfire in the era of climate change. You'll hear from voices on the front lines—like cultural fire practitioners, wildland firefighters, fire scientists, and policymakers—as we w ...
 
Black Rhino Music is a project promoting artists, music and the culture behind the sound. Structured around people with solid background in music and visual arts, Black Rhino Music summons over 10 years of experience in running club nights, festivals, and conferences. On every project we make heard the voices of both established and emerging electronic artists from all over the world.
 
The only alternative music podcast that’s about the lifestyle. They talk about everything from sex, racism and gigs to myspace emo fashion. These are the chats alternative women and non-binary people have behind closed doors, and they will dish all! Warning, do not have this on with your gran in the room. Sophie, Alyx and Yasmine have all achieved great success as known names within the rock and metal media industry and are speaking out for the voices that are rarely heard. This is the outca ...
 
A BlackWoman In Love is the most powerful woman in the world. She is fierce, vulnerable, and always standing in her power. It's time for the BlackWoman's voice to come off of mute. When we are unapologtic about our ambitions, our purpose will shine through. Let's celebrate and elevate the BlackWoman in the ONLY fashion worthy of her stature and title; through the voices of other BlackWomen. #BlackWomanConfidential #BlackWomanStartup Join us now Www.BlackWomanConfidential(dotcom) and get all ...
 
Interfaith Voices provides engaging and informative discussion on the key public issues of our day through the lenses of many different faith perspectives. We foster religious tolerance and educate our listeners on the broad diversity of religious traditions and viewpoints in the United States. This podcast feed is for the hour-long version of the program.
 
Black by Unpopular Opinion is a podcast conceived after many long hours over the years of profound discussions --and sometimes heatedly debating-- between one another topics that concern, enlighten, and affect us on a daily basis. We recognize that voices like ours are needed in today's societal climate: voices concentrated on the singular objective of achieving equality and respect for every single Black and downtrodden individual on this planet, albeit trekking very different roads to said ...
 
Powerful conversations and interviews about real life psychology, philosophy, psychedelics, spirituality, social dynamics and much more. Our mission is to entertain, provoke, inform, and make you question everything you think you know. Have you ever been on the wrong end of “office politics”? Or lost out to less talented people who are better at “playing the game”? Join us as we our explore Robert Greene’s provocative and compelling study of the 48 Laws of Power, in which he lays bare the ps ...
 
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READ! Will ya! Educate your damn self. That’s the tenth and final commandment of Black Manifesto. In this episode, Pawlet is joined by Anita Gonzalez, PhD, a professor of performing arts and African American studies at Georgetown University and a co-Founder of their Racial Justice Institute. Anita offers her reflections on international collaborati…
 
Simba Simbi means to hold up that which holds you up. In these series of conversations, the foundational thinkers and leaders of the Association of Black Psychologists discuss their theory, practice, and inspiration with students who represent the future of the field and organization. Black Forward!Rooted Podcast by The ABPsi Student Circle による
 
Simba Simbi means to hold up that which holds you up. In these series of conversations, the foundational thinkers and leaders of the Association of Black Psychologists discuss their theory, practice, and inspiration with students who represent the future of the field and organization. Black Forward!Rooted Podcast by The ABPsi Student Circle による
 
Simba Simbi means to hold up that which holds you up. In these series of conversations, the foundational thinkers and leaders of the Association of Black Psychologists discuss their theory, practice, and inspiration with students who represent the future of the field and organization. Black Forward!Rooted Podcast by The ABPsi Student Circle による
 
In this week's episode, we’re talking about what it means to live in a society that idolizes celebrities and has an unhealthy obsession with fame. Especially in the midst of the #FreeBritney Movement, it's time to discuss the impact of fame and tabloids on celebrity mental health and having grace for celebrities as real people. From the Barbz and t…
 
This week Jessica and Rawiyah are joined by special guest Brena Jean. Brena Jean is a queer, fat, Black, Lipedema advocate, storyteller, and writer. At 37 years old, she was diagnosed with Stage 4 Lipedema, a little-known, painful fat disorder that affects 11% of all AFAB folks. Post-diagnosis, she's pulled the veil back on her life and attempts to…
 
Today's Moment To Reflect features Mental Health Therapist Renai Kraytem, who reminds us to push forward and be resilient. Follow me on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and anywhere you listen to podcasts! Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest updates on podcast episodes, giveaways, and community news! Visit the website at www.sistahsconne…
 
This week we talk to Matt Tuck from Bullet For My Valentine about the track 'Tears Don't Fall' and Benji Webbe and Mikey Demus from Skindred about 'Nobody'. We get lost in the ultimate millennial nostalgia. Give us a follow: IG/Twitter: @wewearblackpod Email: wewearblackpod@gmail.com Sophie IG/Twitter: @iamsophiek Tiktok: @iamsophiekx Alyx IG/Twitt…
 
In this episode we look to the past, stepping back to learn about the role fire has played in shaping the landscapes of the West and how humans co-existed with fire before modern wildfire suppression. Are we willing to learn from indigenous tribes about how to use fire? How can indigenous tribes be supported in traditional burning on their ancestra…
 
This week we welcome director Carlos López Estrada and actor/producer Kelly Marie Tran to discuss their new film collaboration - 'Summertime'. Jack and Mike also explore the importance of spoken word and poetry in cinema. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comJack Rico, Mike Sargent による
 
Confidence, vanity, self-love, main character syndrome… a whole lot of terms but not enough conversation about how we channel these sentiments (or don’t) in the world! Tune in to this week's conversation about navigating leadership as Black women, being called high maintenance, "impostor syndrome" in the college admission process, and tips for main…
 
Do y'all ever think about how much summer breaks have changed over the years? From our summer experiences as kids (can the girls whose parents made them wear swim caps please stand up?!) to summer 2016 and how we’ve spent our summers as college students with internships, it’s time for some reminiscing! Tune in as we get into the nostalgia of childh…
 
It's another dating advice episode but this time your favourite bands are getting involved. Ever wondered how Rou from Enter Shikari would intro himself on tinder? Well now is your chance. Also find out how Yasmine survived covid 19 Give us a follow: IG/Twitter: @wewearblackpod Email: wewearblackpod@gmail.com Sophie IG/Twitter: @iamsophiek Tiktok: …
 
Our final episode of Season 1 features a conversation with host Allison Preisinger-Heggins and co-creator, partner, and Season 1 guest, Darius Heggins. They discuss the podcast from its creation, issues and conversations that came out of the process of creating the podcast, and what's next. Thank you for Taking Notice with us this season. We will b…
 
A wise woman once said “I do not support all women, some of you b***hes are very dumb!!!” And thus, this episode was borne 😂 We're gonna let this week’s episode title speak for itself because this description is simply not enough. Tune into our conversation about our relationships with all of the women in our lives: our peers, our aunties and grand…
 
In this episode, Mike and Jack review the MCU's real first lady - Black Widow. Mike then welcomes Dominican musician Yasser Tejeda who discusses his new acoustic EP 'Interior' and shares how in the Dominican Republic his conservatory did not teach him how to play Bachata or Merengue. Mike explores the topic further in the interview. Tejeda's music …
 
If you listen to heavy music you have daddy issues, and mummy issues no matter what gender you are. The trio explore what it means and how they feel about the term. Some dark strories are told and some shots are fired. Give us a follow: IG/Twitter: @wewearblackpod Email: wewearblackpod@gmail.com Sophie IG/Twitter: @iamsophiek Tiktok: @iamsophiekx A…
 
Actress and singer Jasmine Cephas-Jones joins the show to discuss her new show on STARZ, 'Blindspotting,' the TV adaptation of the 2008 film directed by Carlos López Estrada starring Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casals. Jack and Mike also discuss the new storytelling trend of spoken word in film and television plus the controversy of the Latinx musical …
 
In a world where we are searching for equality it can sometimes get forgotten that men need love too. They battle with their own issues and insecurities and we want to remind you that we love you. Give us a follow: IG/Twitter: @wewearblackpod Email: wewearblackpod@gmail.com Sophie IG/Twitter: @iamsophiek Tiktok: @iamsophiekx Alyx IG/Twitter: @alyxh…
 
A collection of unheard audio clips from each of the guests interviewed for the second half of the first season of Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories Featuring: Rosemary Mupambwa Sistah Yvette Dubel Shea Black Dr. Lydia Hughes-Evans Visit takenoticepodcast.org for info on each of our guests!takenoticepodcast による
 
Your daily reminder that without Black trans women there would be no PRIDE! Far too often Black queer women are left out of conversations about LGBTQ+ identities. In honor of this month and the rich legacy and lives of Black queer women to whom we are alllllll indebted, we're putting @brownbabyjade (jadeexbadu on TikTok) and @wowiwrite (Founder of …
 
Jon’s been getting disturbing dispatches from Andrea. Is the economy about to crash like never before? Was 2008’s Big Short just a dress rehearsal for an incoming apocalypse that will shred the stock market and rewrite the future of society? More importantly, should we all be investing in GameStop? Well, perhaps. Andrea’s been going incredibly deep…
 
The Queens' English is a comprehensive guide to modern gay slang, queer theory terms, and playful colloquialisms that define and celebrate LGBTQIA+ culture. Author Chloe O. Davis speaks passionately about her drive to provide an in-depth modern look at queer language and identities, from terms influenced by celebrated lesbian poet Sappho and New Yo…
 
Emo is officially back but how the hell did that happen?! In this episode we explore the current rise of emo as the trio nerd out. It happened we did a geek episode! Give us a follow: IG/Twitter: @wewearblackpod Email: wewearblackpod@gmail.com Sophie IG/Twitter: @iamsophiek Tiktok: @iamsophiekx Alyx IG/Twitter: @alyxholcombe TikTok: @alyxplayspunk …
 
When I meet Cyril Nri for our interview over Zoom, it’s a week after burying his mother. He’s surprisingly jovial, considering. I think of how I was weeks after burying my old dear when it was hard for me to crack a smile. It’s the actor in him, I told myself. The show must go on, Luvvies. But I'll let you decide.…
 
We’ll start with an easy question, “Does race matter?” In this episode, Pawlet Brookes and Cynthia Oliver explore the ninth commandment, “Race matters, who created it? Long live James Baldwin.” Cynthia Oliver is a Bronx born, Virgin Island reared, award winning choreographer and performance artist. In her conversation with Pawlet, Cynthia reflects …
 
Get ready for this week’s episode about growing up in the age of the internet this week we’re getting into our introductions to social media (yes, FarmVille and Tumblr, we’re talking about you) and how we feel about the way that influencer culture has changed our relationships with social media.
 
Toni Newman grew up in a strict, southern Christian household. But when Toni came out as a gay man in college, family and church relationships were strained. And then, Toni came to realize she was really a transgender woInterfaith Voices による
 
In the past decade, public opinion on LGBT issues, like same-sex marriage, has changed drastically. But the growing acceptance of the L, the G, and the B has not necessarily extended to the T.Interfaith Voices による
 
Have you ever wondered how to protect your assets? Well you're in luck, in this episode host Chase Clark is joined in conversation with Lawyer, professor and realtor Ms.Chanise Anderson about all the ways in which you can protect what means the most to you.Chase Clark による
 
Mixed race is a term we often see and this group is steadily becoming a large demographic. But, how much do we actually know? We Wear Black explore the experience of being mixed race and speak to Natalie Morris who recently wrote Mixed/Other: Explorations of Multiraciality in Modern Britain. Give us a follow: IG/Twitter: @wewearblackpod Email: wewe…
 
As we begin to wrap up the first season of Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories we wanted to share a collection of clips and unused audio from each of our guests in the first season. This is Part 1 of 2 episodes, featuring: Joy Stanford DarNesha Weary Reggie Garrett Kevin Kibet Melany Bell Shea Rose…
 
Washington-DC-based author and certified Forest Bathing therapist Melanie Choukas-Bradley takes host Amber Khan on a guided tour at the Woodend Sanctuary at the Audubon Naturalist Society headquarters.Interfaith Voices による
 
Entrepreneurship is simple...said no person ever. In this episode host, Chase Clark is joined in conversation with Stephany McMillian, founder and owner of Rise and Flow. They spill all the tea on their journeys and offer some of the hard earned wisdom they've earned.Chase Clark による
 
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