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Celebrating culture & creativity, this heartfelt interview series showcases the experiences of artists and visionaries within the Latin American community. Through thoughtful dialogue, guests from all walks of life are able to authentically express who they are and connect in ways listeners have not heard before.
 
Minoritea Report is a weekly BIPOC Gay / Queer Podcast where representation and visibility are key! Join #YoAunTeas, Kerel, Dawon, and Jerrell as they spill tea about the Black LGBTQIA+ experience, relationships, Beyonce, politics, sports, and pop culture. So, get your cups ready and find out what’s brewing today!
 
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The Follow

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The Follow

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The Follow is a multicultural podcast where we spotlight BIPOC creators, movement-makers, and thought leaders, and talk to them about their work, worldview, and how they use their platform. We also cover race, identity, and all things culture in a format designed to help us all get smarter about culture.
 
Created/Hosted by Rita Phetmixay (she/they/boo), A.S.W., M.A., Politicized Healing Practitioner, Coach, and Independent Audio Producer. Healing Out Lao'd explores the intersections of Lao diaspora storytelling x healing x tools for sustainability. While this show centers the Lao and broader Southeast Asian diaspora experience, anyone can benefit from this resource, especially those in the margins including BIPOC (Black Indigenous Persons of Color), survivors, thrivers, healers, movement buil ...
 
“Can I help you? Because you called me?” is an entertaining and comedic podcast from the billenial BIPOC perspective. Listen to us revel/recap/rant/rave about current events, pop culture, spirituality, astrology, healing, latest trends, etc. If you don’t pass the vibe check, swipe left. Feel good, positive vibes only.
 
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YNG BLK HR

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YNG BLK HR

Honest Human Resources Consulting LLC

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YNG BLK HR curates content uplifting the voices of BIPOC & Ally professionals. We only have one question for you: How are YOU a human resource? Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yngblkhr/support
 
Welcome to The Cove Collective Podcast, a space that celebrates the joy, creativity, and culture of BIPOC women through thoughtful conversations. On this show, we dive into topics like self-development, pop culture, lifestyle, race, feminism, and other shit! Hosted by Ashley and Leanna, two Black and bi-racial friends in Toronto and the founders of Cove Collective, a space that centers the voices of BIPOC women through events, a book club, workshops, and more. We release episodes every Frida ...
 
Bring Receipts is a podcast hosted by Brandi Collins-Dexter and Steven Renderos. These long time friends spend each episode debating an unpopular opinion about pop culture. Like how Tag Team's song "Whoomp There It Is" is better than 95 South's "Whoot There It Is". You can expect to hear a mix of humor, radical politics and bonafide sh*t talking. But you can't just show up to debate, you must bring receipts.
 
FEATURING BLACK MODELS AND BIPOC ARTISTS. Branding LOVE. STYLE. CULTURE and connecting people in creative spaces. To support 1. FOLLOW www.instagram.com/thefstatemagazine 2. FOLLOW www.instagram.com/thefstate 3. VISIT www.thefstatemag.com 4. VISIT www.thefstate.com 5. DONATE cash app $theFstate 6. SHARE 7. FOR FEATURES VISIT www.thefstatemag.com/get-featured Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefstate/support
 
I use the experiences of myself (a Black Jamaican pansexual woman) and those of my BIPOC guests to explore non-monogamy and polyamory. I also talk about what is popping in poly pop culture. Think of this as more edutainment than education. Feel free to join the Patreon (patreon.com/monogamishpod) for more bonus content Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/monogamishpod/support
 
In Native Lights, people in Native communities around Mni Sota Mkoce - a.k.a. Minnesota - tell their stories about finding their gifts and sharing them with the community. These are stories of joy, strength, history, and change from Native people who are shaping the future and honoring those who came before them. Native Lights is also a weekly, half-hour radio program hosted by Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe members and siblings, Leah Lemm and Cole Premo. Native Lights is a space for people in Na ...
 
Discover the fundamental values of food. Join Aileen Suzara in her kitchen as she facilitates conversation between BIPOC food leaders and producers around universal ideas rooted in ancestral wisdom. In each episode, a local farmer, journalist, doctor, educator, strategist, and artist will impart personal experiences and ideas to participate in your local food system, advocate for global food sovereignty, and sow a more resilient, empowering, just and equitable future.
 
Fare of the Free Child podcast focuses on Black people, Native Indigenous people, and People of Color (BIPOC) families who practice unschooling and other forms of Self-directed, decolonized living and learning. Each weekly episode examines a particular way that we’ve accepted coercive, emotionally and physically damaging habits as a normal part of adult-child relationships. With a focus on deschooling one’s self, decolonizing education, and exploring radical self-expression, this podcast cha ...
 
Sensual Self (formerly The Sexually Liberated Woman) is a podcast that invites you to luxuriate in the pleasures of your body. Hosted by sexuality doula® Ev’Yan Whitney, you’ll be guided to slow down, tune in, heal, and feel the sensations and pleasures of your sensual body. Sensual Self explores the nuances of sensuality at the intersection of identity, sexuality, embodiment, and healing, and features conversations and practices to help you connect with your sensual self. Check out the guid ...
 
Welcome to The Playground, a space for spiritual exploration, personal development, self-healing, wellness, and mysticism for the modern millennial - all while having fun! Hosted by Shanila Sattar, author of Breathe, creatrix of FLOW Breathwork Facilitator Training, and the Healing Arts Practitioner Training Immersion. She is the founder of AlwaysPlay Studios which trains sound healers and breathwork facilitators, and THE PLAYGROUND which mentors healers. Her background is in tech, having co ...
 
There is still work to do. Elin and Christina are two educators that have been in the game for over 15 years. Listen while they break down and speak on the systems that were not built for BIPOC and ways they address them head-on. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elinandchristina/support
 
Weekly conversations with Musicians, Activists & Artists who are helping humanity evolve through visionary problem solving. Cultural Diversity within our cities around the world is at risk due to gentrification. Your host, Deborah Axé is a trilingual, musician, entrepreneur, & songwriter who loves to dive deep & laugh heartily with her amazing guests from around the globe. She uses her psychology background to share amazing self help tips & especially loves to focus on & promote allies & mem ...
 
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.
 
Hi! I am a local Chicagoan who interviews BIPOC (black, indigenous, and people of color) music groups far and local! :) Ever wondered what your favorite up-incoming punks are up to? Will you found a home! Tune in to learn about our movers and shakers of subculture! From punk to indie to rap to metal! Please rate and follow me on socials! Instagram:
 
A podcast from the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) that shares real stories from network members who are working to change systems and structures that impact people with disabilities. Each AUCD Network Narratives episode features a conversation about experiences at a LEND, UCEDD or IDDRC, especially highlighting emerging leaders and the voices of BIPOC disabled people and their families. We aim to energize AUCD network members to take action in their own communities. ...
 
Welcome to the Sher Vancouver Podcast— a safe space for BIPOC LGBTQ+ individuals and allies. We are two Queer South Asian cis women who are on a mission to highlight and celebrate Queer folks in our community. Our intention is to normalize a multitude of experiences and identities, tear down societal norms, and highlight BIPOC representation. We hope to bring people together through story sharing, celebrating and highlighting experiences and learning alongside one another. It’s time to inspi ...
 
We grew up immersed in 90s culture and now that we're grown-ups it's time to revisit everything we loved from our childhoods. We'll be discussing a diverse set of topics including movies, TV, and other pop culture highlights of the decade from an LGBTQ+/BIPOC perspective. So zip up that fanny pack, feed your Tamagotchi and join us on our trip back to the 90s. Let's get nostalgic together! Twitter @notable90s Instagram @notable.nostalgia Facebook @notablenostalgia Email: notablenostalgia@bigd ...
 
Decolonized Wellness Coach and Registered Dietitian Dalia Kinsey created Body Liberation for All as a resource for QTBIPOC folks who are ready to become the happiest version of themselves, using healing tools tailored for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ folx. Since wellness is multi-factorial each season covers a broad range of tools (sexual expression, indigenous medicine, mindfulness etc.) for the pursuit of happiness. Special guests and healers join throughout each season to share their journeys to in ...
 
This podcast is a safe space for us to talk about all things Repro in Iowa and across the nation. I created this as a space to share our stories and experiences on all things reproductive rights and justice. This podcast is designed for all peoples to come on and talk openly about their experiences regarding repro rights, abortions, LGBTQ+ issues, BIPOC issues, mental health issues and surrounding topics in regards to reproductive freedom.
 
Give It To The People Podcast is showcase BIPOC and Women Owned Businesses. We provide prospective and current business owners with insight from others who have started their entrepreneurial journey. Gain perspective and know that it is possible for you to make your business successful. Host, Chisa Pennix-Brown, MBA, NC's #1 Small Business facilitator brings you a humorous and engaging personality that motivates you.
 
Did you know there are people in all walks of life who are taking action to combat climate change? That’s why The Climate Daily exists: to educate intelligent, curious people like you who care about working to combat climate change but who aren’t climate change experts. The Climate Daily podcast shares stories of people working together, especially BIPOC communities, working to limit the effects of Climate Change. Join co-hosts Jeffrey James and Maude Madison as they bring you a quick round- ...
 
Hi! I am a local Chicagoan who interviews BIPOC (black, indigenous, and people of color) music groups far and local! :) Ever wondered what your favorite up-incoming punks are up to? Will you found a home! Tune in to learn about our movers and shakers of subculture! From punk to indie to rap to metal! Follow me here! Linktree: https://linktr.ee/looselipscast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/looselipscast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/looselipscast Website: https://loose-lips-cast.com/
 
Your Healing Nature features Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) who are reclaiming the outdoors to heal individual and/or collective trauma. The guest storytellers on this podcast include sponsored athletes, conservationists, outdoor educators, founders of for- and non-profits, urban farmers, creatives and so much more. These innovative, heart-centered individuals redefine the outdoors, the outside, in a way that diverges from what mainstream America has thought of as “the great outdoo ...
 
The Start Within Podcast seeks to disrupt the narrative about what it means to be strong in mind, body and spirit – particularly for people of color. You'll hear candid insights from Coach Colette about her personal growth journey, along with interviews of BIPOC coaches, healers and founders sharing how they stay healthy while pursuing their goals. You'll want to listen as certified stress management coach, Colette Ellis, shatters the myth of the "Strong Black Woman" who is supposed to be st ...
 
By 2021, worldwide video games sales are expected to hit $140 billion – Last year there were over two billion gamers in the world. Although still male dominated, around 41% of gamers in 2020 were female. AbleGamers estimates that there are 33 million gamers with disabilities in the US alone. Numbers for LGBTQ+ and BIPOC gamers are unreliable and under researched. What we do know is that all these groups are underrepresented within the gaming world.The designers and developers are still large ...
 
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In the Pocket

Florence S. Edwards

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In The Pocket is a talk show showcasing Mainers of color. Each episode represents a member of the Maine community from business, the arts, or culture; the earth, wind, and fire of life. Embracing and exploring the lived experience of the black diaspora and descendants of American slavery through conversation is our foundation. Our mission is to create space for all people of color, documented, celebrated, and shared.
 
Call Your Sister is a podcast for related and unrelated sisters or CYS everywhere co-hosted by Alexandra Hodge and Astrid Ferguson. Every week, Alex and Astrid call each other to discuss the complexities of motherhood, sisterhood, identity struggles, dating as a single mother, sex and much more. We’re real Latinx sisters who are fiercely opinionated, and not afraid to realtalk each other about everything from (men)strual cycles and body shaming to the Platanos versus Yuccas debates and curre ...
 
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Episode 31 brings back the #HealingTheHealer series, which was first created in order to share the experiences of people in Rita’s lives that have empowered her healing process. In this first episode of 2022, Rita dives into a conversation with Stephanie Franco (aka “SPESH”), who is a creative writer, audio storyteller and sound designer/engineer b…
 
As a leading Afro-Latina actress, Cobra Kai’s Vanessa Rubio carries a unique perspective on the Emmy nominated Netflix series. Join us for a discussion of BIPOC representation in pop culture, the challenges of always having to “represent” for a larger group, how Vanessa finds time for self-care, and her thoughts on Mr. Miyagi from the original Kara…
 
Native Lights: Where Indigenous Voices Shine – Weekly Radio Show Native Lights is a weekly, half-hour radio program hosted by Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe members and siblings, Leah Lemm and Cole Premo. Native Lights is a space for people in Native communities around Mni Sota Mkoce -- a.k.a. Minnesota -- to tell their stories about finding their gifts…
 
(Part 3/4) We've all been in unnecessary suffering from our own doings. Yeah? Situations and conclusions that could've been evaded landed in our lives again. And we don't feel good about it. In this four parter, we're chatting about Don Miguel Ruiz's Four Agreements, and how they can help us navigate our emotions, misunderstandings, and relationshi…
 
Chief meteorologist for ABC News, Ginger Zee, describes herself as a “Natural Disaster” because of her experiences living with borderline personality disorder and other mental health challenges. In this compelling and candid interview, we learn what she does to stay well and what she believes triggered her mental illness in the first place. Learn m…
 
Last year, both state and federal officials announced initiatives to help uncover missing and murdered relatives. Here’s reporter Feven Gerezgiher with the update. On October 22nd, 2021, 15-year-old Neveah Kingbird disappeared without a trace. For months, friends, family, and law enforcement have been looking for the Bemidji teen, organizing search…
 
(Part 2/4) We've all been in unnecessary suffering from our own doings. Yeah? Situations and conclusions that could've been evaded landed in our lives again. And we don't feel good about it. In this four parter, we're chatting about Don Miguel Ruiz's Four Agreements, and how they can help us navigate our emotions, misunderstandings, and relationshi…
 
Transcript available here. PK & Kristen discuss how gentrification occurs in major cities, our roles as urban transplants ourselves, and our responsibilities to slow the rate of gentrification in our neighbourhoods. ------ Do The Kids Know? is a biweekly series of discussions between community workers and educators, Prakash and Kristen, that unpack…
 
EPA announces April deadline for coal ash pond cleanup, plus meet climate change artist, Lee Mokobe. The Caribbean Tree Planting Project surpasses its goals, and climate change wetlands champion, Iraq’s Azzam Alwash.By TheClimate.org
 
We brought in the new year in Covid style. In this episode sisters, Astrid and Alexandra describe their 2022 new year experience, and it’s a hot one. Astrid had Covid and Alexandra shares her comical dating experience thus far. You’ll want to listen with your headphones on to this one! We also share updates on the Elizabeth Holmes case. The founder…
 
(Part 1/4) We've all been in unnecessary suffering from our own doings. Yeah? Situations and conclusions that could've been evaded landed in our lives again. And we don't feel good about it. In this four parter, we're chatting about Don Miguel Ruiz's Four Agreements, and how they can help us navigate our emotions, misunderstandings, and relationshi…
 
Nichole Goble couldn’t think of a better way to kick off 2022 than to talk about her favorite film from last year: My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell It To. This film takes the subtext of vampirism as an illness and makes it text. Let’s just say the phrase ”blood is thicker than water” will have a new meaning after watching this one. Want to reach…
 
In this episode Rebecca is joined by Diana Morales, Purepecha artist and a graduate student at UCLA. Diana generously shares stories from her family, her community, and from the earth. Tune in to hear Purepecha origins of the sacred tabaco plant, the power of seed memory and planting in community, and Diana's journey of self care and representation…
 
On this episode of Black & Published, Nikesha speaks with poet Kelly Harris-DeBerry, author of the collection, Freedom Knows My Name. Kelly, originally from Cleveland but now living in New Orleans, said she wanted her collection to be one for her folks and her people. The Cave Canem fellow works as the New Orleans Literary Coordinator for Poets & W…
 
Boredom plays a HUGE part in what our souls are desiring to express. We often suppress things that really excite us and what's needed for our own personal evolution in exchange for feeling safe. Boredom isn't always BAD, but it ain't always good either. Let's chat. _____________________ ▲ Breathe with us: https://tinyurl.com/playground222 ▲ Learn y…
 
Visit MinoriteaReport.com for Merch! Happy MLK DAY! Jerrell is alive and well after getting the BDay Variant. How is your significat other stored in your phone and do you still have old trade numbers? Cheer season 2 is out now! Yo Aunteas will be recapping Season 14 of Drag Race, so, watch along with us and let us know your thoughts! This week's As…
 
Capítulo 013: On this episode of Ocu-Pasión we are joined by Rafael Menendez, founder of Maltas Con Leche. Listen in as we discuss family unity through the engagement with the arts, mural making, and raising creative children. "Maltas Con Leche is a family of artist established since 2012. Maltas consists of nine members and growing. As a family we…
 
Ally, Andy, Jeff, and Ria round out their top television series of 1991 lists, now 3o years removed. Tune in and find out which made the #1! We follow up with a Wait Wait style round of Do You Know It?! and Andy leads a Then and Now. All this and more on a new Notable Nostalgia! Find us, our DND podcast, and social pages all at bigdoorprize.com/pod…
 
Native Lights is a weekly, half-hour radio program hosted by Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe members and siblings, Leah Lemm and Cole Premo. Native Lights is a space for people in Native communities around Mni Sota Mkoce -- a.k.a. Minnesota -- to tell their stories about finding their gifts and sharing them with the community. Native Lights – Honoring th…
 
Romina is a sustainability consultant, environmental expert and advocate that helps businesses implement eco-conscious initiatives. In this episode, we discuss how you can get started on your eco-journey today when to hire a consultant, the definition of greenwashing and how racism impacts the eco-movement. Find Romina on IG @ecofriendly.events Che…
 
In this episode we're chatting all about what it means to embrace your magic, trust yourself, and give permission to follow your passions. Denise Hernandez is a full-time Spanish translator and decided to open up her home-based baking business 5 years ago. Her passion is reminding women that they can do anything and as a result began her women’s co…
 
Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce died over two years ago, but his parents are very much keeping his memory – and his legacy – alive. Join us as the grieving parents candidly share their healing process and what they wish the people in their lives would do differently. They also discuss what people can do to manage their own grief. An illuminating …
 
Hey Culture Keepers! Today’s guest on You Are A Culture Keeper Podcast is the fabulous Alicia Touch! She is an Oakland based visual artist, who works with Resin acrylic pour. She creates beautiful jewelry that includes crystal earrings & precious stones. Her artistic journey was deepened by a near death auto accident. Her work is deeply aligned wit…
 
On this week's episode, Jhen talks to Malika Cumbie about being a single, Black polyamorous woman and still being loved while unpartnered. Check out the detailed show notes for this episode here. Find Malika on: Instagram Where can you find Monogamish Pod on Social Media? Twitter Instagram YouTube Facebook TikTok Where can you talk to our esteemed …
 
Long-time civil rights advocate Clyde Bellecourt of the White Earth band of Ojibwe died January 11th, leaving behind a legacy of Native changemakers. Reporter Feven Gerezgiher digs into the archives for a look into history. A giant in the movement for American Indian lives has passed. Family confirmed the death on Tuesday morning of NeeGawNwayWeeDu…
 
January is Joe's pick so he, Gena and Jenn are checking out the sexiest film they've covered yet: Jane Campion's In The Cut. Starring Meg Ryan and a moustache'd Mark Ruffalo, this film is far more interested in the erotic than the thriller...and is maybe better for it? Up for discussion: the smouldering sex scenes, a disavowal of traditional gender…
 
When it comes to creating a self-advocacy curriculum, teamwork really does make the dream work. It takes a deep and patient understanding of the history and culture of the many walks of life. Jairo Arana joins the AUCD Network Narratives podcast today to share his advice on how we can improve self-advocacy curriculums within our programs. Jairo’s j…
 
June is a Joy Guide & Energy Healer who puts the ‘woo’ in WOOHOO! Through Joy Guidance, Human Design, & Oracle Readings, she helps leaders connect to their own unique gifts and super powers so they may find their greater calling in this lifetime. By focusing on playful curiosity, joyseeking, and magic, June guides them to release their old human id…
 
There are so many women who feel like they’re dealing with imposter syndrome as new business owners. This negative mindset can limit your ability to be successful and grow as an entrepreneur. So we have to do something about it! In this episode, I’m joined by Kamalyn Kaur, a psychotherapist and mindset coach, who works with people dealing with stre…
 
In this episode, we speak to Gris Munoz, a poet and storyteller known for her bilingual poetry and short-story collection, Coatlicue Girl – which was most recently named a finalist for the John A. Robertson Award for Best First Book of Poetry by the Texas Institute of Letters. In our conversation, she talks about why the book took her over 13 years…
 
“Can I help you? Because you called me?” is an entertaining and comedic podcast from two friends on the phone. Listen to us revel and recap about current events, pop culture, spirituality, astrology, healing, latest trends, etc. If you don’t pass the vibe check, swipe left. Feel good, positive vibes only. Website: www.becauseyoucalledme.com/ IG: be…
 
Welcome back to Black & Published. The weekly interview format podcast bringing you the journeys of BIPOC writers, poets, playwrights, and storytellers of all kinds. Hosted by two-time Emmy Award-winning producer and award-winning author Nikesha Elise Williams. Full Episodes return January 18, 2022. *** Keep Up with Us Follow Nikesha Twitter: @Nike…
 
The spring semester is full of tasks and responsibilities, the question many school leaders face is how to prioritize. In this episode, Elin & Christina talk about all that school leaders are tasked with during the spring and questions to ask when trying to prioritize them. --- Join our Coaching Waitlist Free Vision & Mission Guide Follow us on Ins…
 
Visit MinoriteaReport.com for Merch! Oh, No! Omarion done got Auntea Jerrell! Hot Tea Topics Speed Round: Jussie Found Guilty Kamala vs. Charmalagne Kim Potter Guilty Betty White Died Britney Spears Meme Tami is back on the Real World and things are still racist AF...Cuz You Latina! Jerrell and Kerel share their Real World moments. Rupaul's Drag Ra…
 
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