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Monica Wisdom creates insightful conversations allowing Black Women to expand their minds and amplify their ideas about life. We cover an array of topics that matter to Black Women. Monica Wisdom is direct and refreshingly honest about how she sees life. She encourages the listeners to continue the discussions of Self-Discovery and all things Black Girl Magic with their squad. It's time to elevate, nurture and heal. It begins with downloadable conversations that matter. Welcome to Black Wome ...
 
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Welcome to Black Women Watch. A series devoted to exploring the array of all things film from a black woman’s perspective. Hosted by Tishon Pugh, each season explores a different genre of film, with every episode critiquing one film in-depth with the occasional guest. A 5EPN Original.
 
If you are a Black Woman who is sick of the bullshit in society, and is sick of the way that it has impacted your mind, body, spirit and the generations before you, this podcast is for you. Especially if you are looking for the down-to-earth truth about how to remedy it all. Join me and other Black Women for moments of freeing ourselves from the ills of capitalism. We dispel the white-superiority lie, snatch back our stories and re-connect with the real system, nature. We laugh cuss, cry, ta ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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.
 
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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 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; BWH aims to redefine what healing looks like for black women, by sharing unique perspectives and experiences, uncensored and uncut. Your hosts are Cheyenne, Sheena, Seleta, Ashley, and Monique-a group of black women who grew up in the same hometown. The no-holds-barred friends you need to feel less alone. Write to the ladies for ”Healer of the Week” and share what you‘re healing from or have healed. It will be read on the show so that we can celebrate with you! Yo ...
 
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.
 
Black Millennial Women have unfiltered discussions about topics ranging from television and world events to sex and relationships. Nika, Slim, and Ky are all in different stages of their lives and offer their unique perspectives. Listening to this podcast is like have a conversation with your girls! If y’all have questions for us, want some advice on a situation, or just have a story you want us to share email us at Gmail: 4BMWPodcast@gmail.com
 
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/
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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2021, 2021'd so hard we don't quite have the year wrapped up yet (YIKES) but here's some nostalgia to tide you over until we are ready to put out the dumpster fire that is 2021. Grab some 3D Doritos, Surge, and some pizza rolls. This is our ode to the 90s. Catch a brand new #AskABlackWoman, What We Sippin' On and ZMoD! Grab your glass, and come hav…
 
In this Podcast, I will teach you how to answer the "Tell me about yourself question" in the interview. A question that we know to expect in most interviews but are not quite sure how to answer because it is so open-ended. Tips to Tell Me About Yourself Job Interview Answer include: Tip 1: Remember that your objective is to prove that you are the r…
 
Today's Moment To Reflect features Apostle Dr. Monique McMiller, Founder of Sigma Tau Sigma Sorority, Incorporated whose motto is NO SISTER LEFT BEHIND. Today she talks about being a survivor and reminds you that GOD has a purpose and plan for you life. You can catch the entire conversation with Dr. Mo and me on the Sistahs Connect YouTube Channel.…
 
Natasha Thomas, PhD was the other Black woman in my Cohort at Lesley University. We were the women who were trying to get in there and out unscathed with those letters in hand. There were lots of Matrix bullet dodging moments, and lots of revelations as our bodes said “no” to the bullshit and “yes” to the sanctity of lending our love-work in Black …
 
Hey Sis, I tell you what, this next 365 is going to be incredible. We are going to see things we have never seen before. Within the world and most importantly, within ourselves. While I can't change the world, I can certainly share with you how I changed myself. This is exactly why I created a 2 part series on letting go. It's an important part of …
 
Are you prepared to receive the love you’re looking for? Do you believe it’s possible to have it all while also having the romantic relationship that you desire? Today on the Black Women Rising Podcast, we sat down with the Regional Sales Director of Zimmer Biomet, business consultant, entrepreneur, and podcast host of the lover and leader podcast …
 
To end the year, hosts of the various 5EPN podcasts come together to reflect on the year that has been 2021, the podcasts themselves and finish with a fun team exercise. To everyone that has listened to a 5EPN Podcast this year, on behalf of everyone in the 5EPN, we thank you for your listenership, your time and we hope we can join you as you begin…
 
S5: Ep 36 Work Protocols: Sh*t You Need To Know For The Workplace Pt. 7 In this episode, we focus on Communicating for Impact, especially when you are having key conversations around performance reviews and salary increases. I use my lil’ cousin’s (he grown…I’m just older LOL) recent year-end review to illustrate how we need to think through interp…
 
How to answer the salary question in a job interview. What is covered in this podcast? Tip 1: You don't have to provide a salary slip Tip 2: Avoid giving a number Tip 3: Appeal to their expertise and fairness Tip 4: Counter ask #interviewquestionsandanswers #jobinterviewtips #whatareyoursalaryexpectations #Job #Jobs #Interview #JobInterview…
 
This episode is a continuation of my conversation with Ebony Golden as we make that pot of sorrel tea at Her Story Garden Studios and go in for answering the question of how do we know what we know creatively. We evoke an understanding that one must exfoliate the rules, listen to your dreams, be quiet without fear of death, ask the elders and spiri…
 
In this episode it’s December 18, 2021. Yep, you guessed it, it is a nice global warming seventy degrees out. Performance Artist, brilliant, beautiful one, Ebony Golden and I are at the big table at Her Story Garden Studios. We testify ourselves to revelations about letting go of systems (like nonprofit structures) that cut off the breath of the tr…
 
We have all been challenged with the idea of a new normal, but in truth, we hold on to the past with dear life. In this 2 part conversation, Monica talks about the challenges she has experienced in letting go of the past. It is a necessary process leading us to new beginnings. Enjoy part one. As always, leave your comments or aha moments on our Bla…
 
Are you an artist looking for a community of kindred spirits and support? Listen here as this Ghanian American Artist shares the importance of both. Today on the Black Women Rising Podcast, we sat down with Ghanian-American business owner and artist Victoria Timpo. Victoria is the founder of Kindred Creatives Collective, aiming to connect and suppo…
 
In this very special episode of Season 1 of Recollect, it is December 11th, 2021. It is time to manifest what we want in 2022. It is a strange and beautiful 72 degrees outside. I am with 6 Black women of ages from our twenties to our almost-sixties: Sister Asia, Sister Amber, Sister Gerty, Sister Carla, Sister Linda, and myself. We have walked in s…
 
S5: Ep 35 Work Protocols: Sh*t You Need To Know For The Workplace Pt. 6 In this episode, we focus on 3 Key Career Transition Points: Accepting A New Role Internally, Accepting A New Role Externally, and Resigning From A Company. During these transitions, your number #1 goal is to look out for YOU!!! I give you the words to use to get more money! Me…
 
Is fear of failure or making mistakes holding you back from building a business around work that you enjoy? In order to succeed we must learn to fail forward. Don’t be afraid to bet on you! Today on the Black Women Rising Podcast, we sat down with podcaster and CEO of Karvel Digital, Kronda Adair. She shares with us how she got on the journey to bu…
 
It’s no secret that the tech industry has a diversity problem. Dr. Dédé Tetsubayashi, a product equity, inclusion and tech ethicist, joins to discuss how the lack of representation within tech adversely impacts product equity and user experiences, and how tech companies can be more inclusive. Dr. Dédé also shares how she educates and empowers indiv…
 
We've been all over the place, and here's why. The reproductive health episode. Grab your snacks and heating pads as we discuss one of the pitfalls of womanhood. Your uterus and you. 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 yo…
 
In this episode, Monica Wisdom continues her story of Paris. Not only did she fall in love with the magnificent city, but she also fell in love with herself. Going through her teenage years without a mother, Monica cultivated a league of extraordinary women to guide her journey. Each one leads a life of adventure and great independence. Primed by h…
 
Are you aware of your family’s history with cancer? Do you speak up for yourself when something with your health seems and feels off? Cancer is one of the leading causes amongst women of color. African American women have the highest mortality rates for all cancers combined compared to any other racial or ethnic group. Today on the Black Women Risi…
 
From a newly immigrated nanny to CEO, Jackie Glenn has embraced life’s challenges with boldness and humility, always being true to herself and giving back to those who come after her. It’s this commitment to helping others, which led Jackie to write her instructional biography, Lift As I Climb: An Immigrant Girl’s Journey Through Corporate America.…
 
S5: Ep 34 Work Protocols: Sh*t You Need To Know For The Workplace Pt. 5 In this episode, we focus on recognizing and owning your power with 3 things you need to execute regularly at work. I know it feels like we are powerless in the construct of the workplace, but we are not. They want us to believe that we have no options and no choices because th…
 
Join us was we talk about visiting haunted places, dark magic for good deeds, and dangerous mushrooms with special guest Abigail from the Lunatics Radio Hour podcast. Flash fiction by Katherine Quevedo Music by Community Education & "Dark Tension Rising" by Mattia Cupelli SFX contributions by Private Hell Productions and Burgh Records…
 
Women of color face unique gender and racial barriers to their professional advancement and are less likely to move into leadership roles. In today’s bonus episode, we speak to the women of The FLI Collective, a lifestyle podcast that deals with the experiences of being first generation and low income in academia. We examine some of these challenge…
 
What you would you rate your sex life on a scale of 1-10? Want to learn tips for making good sex great? Listen here as we dive into some good grown folk conversation. Today on the Black Women Rising Podcast, we sat down with Erotic Educator, Sex Goddess & Organic Loven Founder Taylor Sparks. Taylor shares with us her holistic approach to sex. She e…
 
Stuck on how to turn your passion project into so much more? After more than a decade in accounting and finance at companies like Morgan Stanley, Viacom, and Johnson & Johnson, Beth Diana Smith left her six-figure salary and the corporate world to launch her own interior design firm, Beth Diana Smith Interior Design. Her style is modern and eclecti…
 
S5: Ep 33 Work Protocols: Sh*t You Need To Know For The Workplace Pt. 4 In this episode, we focus on the importance of confidence in the workplace and how to hold on to it! Hint: Stop Doing The Most Mentioned In This Episode: Working As A Young Black In America by Morgan Brewton-Johnson Listener Letters: If you have a situation that we can all lear…
 
A. Lynn Bolles, Ph.D. is Professor Emerita in the Department of Women’s Studies and an affiliate faculty member in Anthropology, African American Studies, Comparative Literature and American Studies at the University of Maryland College Park. She is the author/co/author of 5 books that focus on women, work and political economy in the English-speak…
 
Good witches are in unlikely places. Nommo Award Winner for Best Short Story Written by Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki Performed by Marguerite NIcholson-Schenk Directed by Kennedy Allen Sound design by Gabe Castro And your humble host, Wi-Moto Nyoka Project support provided by: The Awesome Foundation, The Velocity Fund administered by Philadelphia Cont…
 
Join your host Yaz, as I give Rich tips on how to find the best grant opportunities for free money to build your business. It’s not as hard as you think! Grants are in style so listen up and secure some free money honey!!! #grants #blackbusinesses--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/richblackwoman/messageSupport this podcast: https://anch…
 
Things that make you go hmm 🤔... I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday last week. I know I did! Join me today to talk about things that strike me as a "conspiracy". (I use that word loosely). Let's be friends 😊 Follow the IG Page: @bwbidness Follow the host on Twitter: @torichantalxx Comments & Inquiries: bwbidness@gmail.com --- This episode is s…
 
Kim Arrington and I are on a walk up the Couch Mountain Trail at Duke Forest. It’s Saturday, November 27th. There are a sea of fall leaves beneath our feet. She has fallen, gotten up, and hiked anyway, metaphor for what happens when we fall. We have invited our deceased fathers and their lessons on our hike. Our children and our mothers and other f…
 
Who knew I had anything in common with Kimora Lee Simmons the supermodel. She taught me one of my life's greatest lessons. We often try to fit into the box of others' expectations, but some sage advice by Kimora and my mentor Marcia Mock unlocked my journey of self-discovery. And oh boy, what a great start to the greatest adventure of my life, gett…
 
How do you show up in the world? Are you presenting your most authentic self? You no longer have to wait to be seen, heard, or to take up space. Be unapologetically you! Today on the Black Women Rising Podcast, we sat down with healer, priestess, and life coach Tracy Neely. Tracy shares with us her journey of rediscovering herself and allowing hers…
 
With rising costs of living, steadily increasing debt, and stagnant wages, middle class Americans may find themselves living paycheck to paycheck. But is there even a Black middle class? Imari Smith, a doctoral student in Duke University’s Joint Program in Sociology and Public Policy, argues that the Black middle class is a “subaltern middle class”…
 
S5: Ep 32 Work Protocols: Sh*t You Need To Know For The Workplace Pt. 3 In this episode, we focus on the number one thing you need to do when starting a new job to set yourself up for success. Mentioned In This Episode: Unapologetically Productive with Michael Pittman Listener Letters: If you have a situation that we can all learn from, email us at…
 
Multiple award-winning and bestselling author several times over, Trice Hickman, graces the BWWP VIP seat to tell us all about edgy, sexy, page-turning book, “Blindsided”! Bernadette, Tess, and Arizona face the biggest challenges of their lives along with unexpected complications. These three best friends must rely more than ever on their sisterhoo…
 
Just in time for giving thanks. There is so much gratitude for this conversation. It is a Sunday, November 14th. The sun is shining Mignon Hooper and I are 2 Black 50 something year old women walking in the wood at the Eno River and she has spoken of pausing and I have responded. We talk about pausing and reconnecting with your wisdom so that the “…
 
Guy Candy. Working in a barbershop gave her a birds-eye view of how men think and communicate. When you pay attention to the subtle ways of the men around us, we can learn how to get along in more powerful ways. How is the communication with the men around you? Share on our Instagram page @BlackWomenAmplified Self-Discovery is a big part of persona…
 
If you have an online business and are trying to increase your online presence and visibility, then a video strategy may be what you need. Today on the Black Women Rising Podcast, we sat down with video coach, media personality, wife, mom, and entrepreneur Mikaela Ian. Mikaela shares her story about her experience of being an island girl in the US …
 
Every year women perform thousands of hours and trillions of dollars of unpaid work. You’ve likely heard of the invisible daily household work women perform, but what about unpaid community activism performed by Black and Brown women? Dr. Nina Banks, an associate professor of economics at Bucknell University, argues that this collective activism pl…
 
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