Best Afro podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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An eclectic mix of urban soulful house music sometimes live from CyberJAMZ Internet Radio Saturdays 4-6pm EST
 
A podcast about Black superheroines...and hair
 
Soul Tribe transmission for Empaths, Alchemists, Healers & Highly Sensitive People of the African diaspora and beyond. Our perspectives, our empowerment and the normalization of our gifts.
 
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 Afro Latino people and institutions. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
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The Afro Remedy
Weekly
 
The Afro Remedy presented by DJ Greenaz is a weekly podcast/mixshow which aims break new artists from all over Africa, fusing many urban genres from across the continent. Also bridging the gap between the old-school and new-school. Content includes lots of eclectic mixes, interviews and guest appearances. All content not owned by DJ Greenaz is credited to its respective writers and publishers, promotional use only.
 
Thursday's 23:00-1:00AM GMT w/ @iammrsilk. @thebeat1036fm. Mr Silk's 'Afro House Show'ONLY legal Afro House show in London. instagram @iammrsilk. Send promos to: btdukmusic@gmail.com
 
Affirming our blackness in all that we do...
 
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Afro Flower
Monthly
 
My name is Anneliese (Ana-Lisa) Palmer, I‘m (newly) 20-years-old, and I never leave the house without a flower and a pencil in my hair! 🌺 I’ve been off Anchor for a while, but I’m back with more to share. So join me as I continue to emerge in life with passion, creativity, and words that move! •••(Formerly known as Introvert Club)•••
 
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AFRO TALK 101
Weekly+
 
WELCOME WELCOME WELCOME TO AFRO TALK 101 WHERE WE TALK ABOUT ALL SUBJECT NO MATTER WHAT, PLEASE TAKE A LISTEN AND I HOPE YOU ALL ENJOY
 
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Afro Yoga
Weekly
 
We create spaces and provide opportunities for People of Color to participate in wellness while building community.
 
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Afro Film Chick
Daily+
 
Podcast by Jameisha Prescod
 
A space of grace. Grace from the toxicity, confusion and misconceptions surrounding curly, natural hair. This is a space to celebrate the diversity of our hair. This is a space where we seek to change attitudes and the understanding of all things afro hair even if that afro is relaxed. Welcome. Come sit with us by our fireside. Let us share stories about the crowns on our heads.
 
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Afro Chat
Weekly
 
Podcast by Lexicon
 
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Afro Reasons
Daily+
 
A woke view on the things that are affecting our world and yours. The introvert shares an introspective view of American living with circumspection. Asking needful questions and providing controversial theories.
 
A look into the future. Unedited and all bloopers included.
 
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Afro desi Podcast
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Afro Desi Podcast by DJ AKS and Abra Simzz
 
Music from all over the world with Afro Beats influenced.
 
This is a platform where an African perspective is given to the ongoing digital music discussion. The podcast aims to give a platform to share ideas about and around the growth and development of digital music across the continent. Different topics are tackled by people who work with in the industry each episode in a bid to share knowledge and expertise.
 
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AFRO BEETS
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Garden to Table Content Inspired by Soul & Culture Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/afro-beets/support
 
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AFRO
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We are A.F.R.O with ABK and ShellyBeeBaby! All Facts Real Opinions will be entertaining, and there is never a dull moment. Off of the top of our heads and unscripted (besides our weekly stories). We will also feature samples of our books that we are working on, stay Tuned!
 
The latest and greatest of all things African and African inspired... African music + African events...
 
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Afro Mix
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Afro Pop Remix
Monthly
 
This podcast looks back at the pop culture of Generation X, from an African-American perspective. (Years covered: 1960-2000)
 
House Latin Disco Funk Soul Bossa Nova Bolero Salsa Merengue
 
A Guy, A Girl, and Some Games - A Podcast talking about favourite video games, recent releases, and current gaming events.Follow us on twitter! @afroandtheeye
 
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Do you know who is in your hair relationships? As we wrap up season 1 we discuss why the relationships we have with our stylists matter. Or should they? Welcome to the fireside.
 
Hoodoo (also known as rootwork) is Southern folk magic grounded in centuries of African American heritage within the southern United States. We delve into one women's spiritual practice to learn more.
 
He started the first blood mobiles during WW2 that allowed for blood storage and donation from all over the county. He revolutionized the way blood was administered and allowed for lives to be saved during the war and after. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support…
 
In this weeks Do It for the Culture we talk King James and Drizzy. What really happened between Drake and Kanye West. And why shouldn't we care about taking an "L". Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/afro-beets/support
 
In this weeks Wisdom Wednesday we talk about the European roots of the cabbage. You'll be surprised at what the stuff was actually used for. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/afro-beets/support
 
Here we highlight an HBCU. HBCU’s are important because they came about during a time when education was limited or non existent for Black Americans. Here we highlight one of the biggest and well known in the country. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support…
 
Here we’re highlighting his contribution to making the IBM personal computer, ISA bus and computer chips that allow for almost infinite storage. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
In this weeks Garden Tip Tuesday we learn about the in's and out's to buying soil. Not all soils are made equal. Check out this weeks episode to determine how to pick out the duds. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/afro-beets/support
 
This weeks Motivation Monday is about a Mississippi women who took the words of Michelle Obama and transformed her community. With a fire for change she shows us the power behind growing food. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/afro-beets/support
 
It’s a hard thing to admit that your own Mother or Father could be drawing from your life force, manipulating you and keeping you weak (even into adulthood). These patterns will not end unless observed, admitted and energetically rectified.
 
Is hair ever political? Join us as we discuss weaves, wigs and the ideas that surround them. We also celebrate stylists who love their craft enough to be well trained so they can provide a service that results in healthy hair for their client base. Welcome to the fireside.
 
This week is a little bit different. I wanted to give you guys a taste of the origins of Afro Beets and some valuable content regarding culture. Make sure you check out Fresh Aesthetic on Instagram and Anchor. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/afro-beets/support
 
Marie Maynard Daly was the first Black Woman to earn a PH. D in chemistry during a time when most woman weren’t in the field. She made major breakthroughs. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
When is marrying Becky ok? We explore Black consciousness, Christ consciousness, Race, Sex and Media.
 
John Albert Burr was a former slave who invented the rotary lawn mower blade and holder of over 30 patents related to lawn care. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
Is pegging a thing seriously? Whatever floats your boat but is it a thing? Also can someone PLEASE help ABK AND Brianna with dating? They need it lol. Don’t forget to give us feedback by commenting, subscribing, and rate us. We would appreciate it. You can find us on Instagram @afropodcastFeel free to email us at askafro@gmail.com…
 
That bizarre moment we’ve all encountered. When your emotional crescendo turns to bewilderment, by the collective lack of empathy shown towards your human experience.
 
In this episode we talk about relaxers and the practice of texlaxing. All without judgement because after all not all natural hair is healthy and relaxed hair does not necessarily mean unhealthy hair? Welcome to our fireside.
 
Not much is known about Phillip Brooks. But his invention found use all across the board. Mostly in the medical field, but also in other areas as well. He received a patent for it in 1974. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
Charles B. Brooks invented and modified the city street sweeper as well as a paper punch. He saw an easier way to clean large city streets and designed the street sweepers that we still see today. He also received a patent for the ticket punch. His inventions changed history as we know it. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor ...…
 
What does fortnite and cultural appropriation have in common? And what does it have to do with appropriation of food? Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/afro-beets/support
 
From the coast of West Africa to the Deep South this sticky vegetable has alot to offer to the culture. But why does it get such a bad rap? Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/afro-beets/support
 
Gladys Mae West is one of the Hidden Figures of the GPS system. Her mathematics made the creation of the GPS system possible. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
Your herbs arn't going to last forever. So why not turn them into a tea. It's not as hard as you think. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/afro-beets/support
 
What happens when you mix black love and black tea? Check out how this couple turned their first date into a thriving business. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/afro-beets/support
 
Topics: Black Women vis-a-vis White Women in the feminist community, Funk Music, Claudine (film), Good Times (TV show). (Bonus Artist: hidingtobefound) 1974 ...fyi "Claudine" is free on Youtube: https://youtu.be/tJUiV9Pnwps General News Richard Nixon STILL President. but not for long. Vietnam War: Wrapping up active combat. Feb - Newspaper heir ...…
 
Hair Speaks. Can you and your stylist hear what your hair is communicating to you? Find out what happened to Nana's edges when she stopped listening to her hair and hear what Nyasha has to say about her experience's as a client in this episode of salon tales. Pull up a chair and enjoy our fire-side.
 
What's your hairline saying to you? This week's episode is about our hair stories especially regarding braids.
 
In the American rat race for financial security what is gained and what is lost for Black Women? Who defines what "Black Excellence" is in a nation where we have no say in the distribution of wealth? What are the psychological implications behind these and other social media terms and displays?
 
Fisk University has nurtured many of the scientific minds that contributed so largely to Black History and Black Culture. Many of the people we highlight on this podcast has either attended there or taught there. Enjoy this episode Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support…
 
These camps housed escaped spaces during the Civil War looking to get away from the Confederacy and slavery. These camps led the way to the start of many HBCU’s many of which still exist today. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
He made major breakthroughs in his studies of Pathology, Hematology and Genetics and the effects of certain diseases and how they are passed down from one generation to the next. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
Affirming the bodies, minds, and spirits of black folx.
 
In this episode Nana and Nyasha look at the lessons we can learn about caring for our hair from Elephants. Nana also talks to a 13 year old guest who shares her hair journey so far. Is it really a good idea to give people anecdotal hair care advice? Welcome to our fireside.
 
He worked extensively on suck topics as probability theory amd statistics amongst other things, shaping the minds of countless peole through his work. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
Are some Gay men actually Empaths, who wounded from childhood seek the fatherly love they longed-for externally?
 
A pioneer in Neuromorphic Engineering and A.I. He designs computer chips that emulate human brain function. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
On Everyday Black History we highlight institutions as well. Especially HBCU as they were created during a time when Black Americans were denied higher education. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
In this episode Nana and Nyasha look at the lessons we can all learn about Afro hair from African Elephants and Nana has a chat with a 13 year old guest sharing her hair experiences! Join us at the fireside.
 
Join us this week while we just talk and get off subject as usual. ENJOY!!!
 
He revolutionized Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. He also designed the HVAC systems of places such as Radio City Music Hall and Rockefeller Center. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
Is cultural assimilation, interracial marriage and the LGBTQ community a strengthening or weakening force on the Black/African family unit, community and Soul? Plus what are Rights and who gives them?
 
Emmett Chappelle has made a lot of discoveries that made living in space more tolerable on the human body as well as inventing devices that makes the study of life in other planets possible. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
The metaphysics of what it meant and took to be a Black Man during the Kali Yuga (build or destroy) age. In a White Supremacist Society on Earth.
 
An introduction to what this podcast is about , What the name means and what inspires it. Find out what you can look forward to in season 1 of Nyasha.Musa.Grace and while you are at it meet your hosts too.
 
This week we discuss Samuel L Jackson's new documentary, how to breed more plants from one, and what we can learn from the Cardi B v.s. Nicki beef. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/afro-beets/support
 
Letting go of your love for a fading world and it's people who you once knew. Who through giving up on loving others as themselves have become spiritually dead on this plane.Matthew 8:18-22: When Christ saw the crowd around him, he gave orders to cross to the other side of the lake. Then a scribe came to him and said, “Teacher, I will follow yo ...…
 
A sneak peek of what we are talking about during Season One. Come sit with us at the fire-side as we talk about all things Afro hair
 
He is a billionaire businessman from Nigeria who has interest in the oil and telecommunications industries. Enjoy Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/EverydayBlackHistory/support
 
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