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The Black Landscape is a series of conversations that spotlight Black emerging and established leaders in the San Francisco Bay Area communities in various industries including the performing and literary arts, local government, the Peralta College system, labor unions, fashion design, event management and curation, entrepreneurship, and more!
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Therapy for Black Girls
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Therapy for Black Girls

iHeartPodcasts and Joy Harden Bradford, Ph.D.

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The Therapy for Black Girls podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible version of ourselves.
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Culture Lit is a podcast and community that explores the lives of Black women and Black romantic love through the lens of romance literature. Every episode shines a light on a new Black romance book and delves into the themes surrounding love and relationships for Black women. Get ready for a mix of laughter and discussions about Black women , Black love, intimacy, and the Black romance authors behind these stories.
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Introducing "Open Mic with Black Rose, Joy, & Aries"! This podcast is a platform where individuals from all walks of life can freely express their thoughts, ideas, and experiences. We believe that everyone has a unique story to share, and "Open Mic with Black Rose, Joy, & Aries" provides the perfect stage for these conversations to unfold. Whether it is discussing personal journeys, exploring passions, or delving into thought-provoking topics, this podcast invites guests to talk about whatev ...
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As a parent raising Black children, do you ever wish there was a trusted space that understood the unique challenges and joys of raising Black children and that affirmed Black children? Well, we’re here for you. We’re Dr. Valerie Adams-Bass and Dr. Sheretta Butler-Barnes, developmental psychologists, moms and professors. In each episode, we’ll speak with experts and parents to explore what it means to raise healthy and thriving Black children, bridge conversations from parenting to child wel ...
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Amber (aka the High Priestess of Black Joy) and Jazmine (bka King of da South) are two petty AF Black feminists who are determined to get on WorldStarHipHop one way or the other. Each week they overcome fuckboys, Becky, hoteps, and dry skin to spit hot fire on pop culture, politics and worship anything Black women have going on.
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Amidst all of the conversations about the recruitment of Black educators, where are the discussions about retention? The Exit Interview podcast was created to elevate the stories of Black educators who have been pushed out of the classroom, main or central office. The podcast asks guests to share their education journey, the "last straw" that made them decide to leave education, and, most importantly, what they are doing now that they have left the traditional education sphere.
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The Chronicles of Black Joy podcast invites a collective of dynamic storytellers to use their art to express what black joy looks, feels and sounds like to them. As an LU Arts (Loughborough University art centre) supported podcast we also invite an array of emerging writers/students of Loughborough to share a short story on identity beyond struggle in our short bitesize episodes. We invite you to sit back and enjoy the first two artists who have been invited to contribute to this platform. E ...
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Black Feminist Rants is an independent podcast that holds conversations on Reproductive Justice and Activism by centering the experiences of Black women and femmes navigating social justice spaces and the world. BFR will cover topics within the Reproductive Justice framework and beyond. Our host and creator is LaKia Williams a young Reproductive Justice organizer from the South who has experience in advocating for contraceptive equity, reproductive autonomy and birthing justice. To learn mor ...
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A new podcast series by Mixed Capital Media®, LLC. We will share intersectional conversations-about mental health care; political parenting; family system care-giving; sex positive education; Black speculative arts and a multi-disciplinary theology for Black lives. Have a seat at the table that's curating content and resources by building knowledge-making capacity, digital learning communities & expanding institutional memory for unapologetic Black joy creatives like you. photo by @CREATEDBY ...
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Karega and Felicia Bailey became Angel Parents to their daughter, Kamaiu SOL in 2019. Since then they have found a radical tenderness and gentleness afforded them concerning their grief, unlike anything they have seen or experienced in their work surrounding social justice and gun violence in our communities. SOL Affirmations serves as a healing space through various forms of grief with the reminder that grief is love, it is just love after a loss.
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For the past four years, professor, artist, and scholar Naila Ansari researched and traveled nationwide, collecting and sharing stories of Black joy. In times of artificial intelligence, a post-pandemic world, recession, war, and social media, our collective vibration has garnered a society many cannot fathom as real. Right now is the vital time to dive deep into joy and the ways we can discover it in life. Through the Alive Podcast Network, Naila has brought her research to you in hopes of ...
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The Sistah Girls Book Club podcast is hosted by Sharee Hereford #TheSistahGirlNextDoor This podcast is for Black women who enjoy reading books by Black authors and having some juicy discussions. I interview some of your favorite authors and I even spill the tea on my thoughts regarding their work and all things within the Black literary community.
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Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories is a podcast exploring society, culture, and current events through conversation. We aspire to create an open, respectful, and equitable platform for guests to freely share their truth and lived experiences. Our core values are rooted in community, connection, and personal development. Stories help us to relate, learn, and grow! WE ARE HERE TO LISTEN, TO TAKE NOTICE!
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Welcome to the Radical Literary Moment; uplifting Black women writers one session at a time. Thank you for joining. The Black Writer Therapy podcast is a safe space for Black women writers to sit, have a cup of tea, and get real about how writing is often the first step in the healing process of many personal wounds. We open up about what it takes to go into an industry notorious for centering whiteness and, on our own terms, create successful writing careers. The most important aspect of th ...
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The Chosen Gods Podcast seeks to empower members of the afro-spiritual community, and their allies, to achieve optimal mental, spiritual, and financial wellness. Reach a new and improved lifestyle by gaining insights through powerful, relatable, and authentic conversations
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Our goal is to share the stories of 500 Black Educators. We will celebrate the impact and achievements, lean into the joy and lament, and highlight the important roles that educators play in our lives. www.blackeducatorsmatter.org The Movement: Black Educators Matter is a nonprofit organization designed to create an ecosystem for Black educators globally. Through engagement and podcasting, we will document our stories and harness our collective power to enact change and make excellence equit ...
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Joy Reid conducts one-on-one conversations with politicians and newsmakers while addressing provocative political issues both inside and outside of the beltway. Reid, who is also a best-selling author and public speaker, joined MSNBC in 2011 as a contributor. Drawing from her decades-long experience in politics, passion for addressing the intersection of race, justice and culture, as well as her signature tenacious interviewing style, Reid kicks off MSNBC’s primetime lineup by delving into A ...
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The Turn On is produced and co-hosted by sex educator Erica Easter and me, author and Black joy advocate Kenrya Rankin. It uses literary erotica as a jumping off point to explore the intricacies of having sex while Black, via a mix of storytelling, humor and frank talk that centers the lived experiences of Black women, femmes and gender nonconforming people.
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Renowned preacher, Fr. Mark Kurowski, the Rector of The Church of Saint Raphael the Archangel Catholic Church, ICAB (Independent Catholic), Hammond, Indiana, USA, is known to be insightful, incisive, and inspiring. Also, he interviews other clergy and how they came to know they were called to ministry. Listen to their inspiring calls to ministry.
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I'm Hear For It is an outlet to express our queer, black everyday conversations on justice, politics & culture. Hosted by three friends who are based in Oakland, we’re deeply rooted in black friendship, black creativity & black joy.
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Let's light up a spark of joy to reboot 2020. Bring us your karaoke-in-the-shower, moonwalk-when-nobody's-watching, giggle-till-it-hurts moments, and we'll shamelessly share them with anyone who will have them. So what if life forced us to redefine the meaning of joy? We'll take that new version and run with it. What brought you joy lately? Leave us a voicemail at anchor.fm/whatbringsyoujoy or tag us on ig @whatbringsyoujoypodcast. Share your moments of joy to have them featured on the show. ...
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Highlighting true stories of Black people’s fight for liberation, progress and joy from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement and beyond. Seizing Freedom illustrates the myriad ways Black people have sought and defined their own freedom in spite of the monumental forces at work to keep them from it.
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Surviving america is a podcast for the culture. Black folk have been surviving america since 1619 and we've someone managed to thrive at the same time. Explore america through the lens of Black people as we tackle Black love, joy happiness and Black pain, trauma and tragedy. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/survivingamerica/support
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Espresso Talk Today
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Espresso Talk Today

Robin Lofton and Frederick Douglas Lofton

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We confront issues and their effects on Black people in the United States and around the world. From climate change to white supremacy, police violence to veganism, we face these highly charged topics with courage and curiosity. Our uncommon conversation is quick, engaging, and enlightening. Grab an espresso and join the convo!
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Gravy

Southern Foodways Alliance

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Gravy shares stories of the changing American South through the foods we eat. Gravy showcases a South that is constantly evolving, accommodating new immigrants, adopting new traditions, and lovingly maintaining old ones. It uses food as a means to explore all of that, to dig into lesser-known corners of the region, complicate stereotypes, document new dynamics, and give voice to the unsung folk who grow, cook, and serve our daily meals.
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This episode of "Raising Joyful and Resilient Black Children" delves into the importance of celebrating and strengthening Black fatherhood, featuring insights from Dr. Alvin Thomas and his work with the Black Fatherhood Podcast. Through thoughtful discussion and exploration, the episode aims to challenge stereotypes and empower Black families.…
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Black Joy is found in many places. One of my favorite "Black Joy" activities comes from storytelling and skilled storytellers. Storytellers have always held important roles in Black communities--from Africa to Detroit. Storytelling connects us with our roots in Africa where the oral tradition was used to remember family history, acknowledge special…
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After teaching in Atlanta's public schools Brittni had to make a choice, quit teaching or try her hand at teaching in the Middle East. Take a listen as she shares her experience as an educator both here and abroad, what she feels would improve schools in the United States and what she is up to now that she is back state side.…
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Hosted by James Edward Mills, this series delivers each day in the month of February a compelling audio story via podcast in about 60 seconds. Each narrative offers a brief glimpse into the life and times of Black men and women who have shaped our cultural identity. The series is called Unhidden Minute. I hope you’ll join us.…
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Tuesday, February 19 Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories Episode 60: Elnah Jordan - Part 2 Elnah Jordan Experience - Royal Room - Seattle, WA Tuesday March 19 Doors: 6:30pm Show: 7:30pm Tickets: $20 advance, $25 doors Elnah welcomed me into her home, where we hung out with her 4 lb dog Baby. We discussed music, her upcoming show at the Royal Room…
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Katie celebrates Melbourne’s annual Pride March day with beautiful songs by artists based in Ireland, New Zealand, Tennessee, North Carolina, New York, Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia and Queensland. It’s also the day after Katie’s birthday, and she receives lots of lovely messages from listeners about that! Here is the playlist: Come …
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Chris sits down with author Morgan Campbell to discuss his memoir "My Fighting Family: Borders And Bloodlines And The Battles That Made Us". Website: Morgan's Book ChrisLamberth.com Morgan’s TED X Talk Patreon: Mundane Festival Twitter: @MorganPCampbell @MundaneFestival @ChrisLamberth Email: mundanefestivalpod@gmail.com…
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Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with major breaking news from New York in the jaw-dropping number of $453,500,000. That is the amount Judge Arthur Engoron has ruled Donald Trump has to pay in his New York civil fraud case which includes nearly $100 million dollars in interest. That number will continue to grow until he pays. Engoron also…
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Do you find Black history depressing? I did! Then I learned that this was my "miseducation" about the real history of Black people in America. In this episode, host Ama-Robin rejects the "inferiorized" Black history that we have been taught and discusses the empowered history of resilience, resistance, and joy that is the true experience of Black A…
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Earlier this week, we shed some light on the experience of dating as a transgender woman, and today we want to delve a little bit more into that conversation, this time from the lens of certified sex therapist Tia Evans. Tia has a private practice in which she holds space for people from all cultures and backgrounds. She holds a Master of Social Wo…
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Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with a defiant DA Fani Willis, who was on the witness stand in Atlanta, pushing back hard against a series of degrading personal questions, as Donald Trump's lawyers try to get her removed from the Georgia election interference case. Also, the stage is set for Trump's first criminal trial, as a judge in th…
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As you can imagine, Katie finds it extremely difficult every year to choose her favourite 20 songs from the hundreds she plays. But because today’s show is three hours instead of the usual two, she has time to play some of the songs that were runners-up to her top 20 favourites of 2023. In no particular order, they are: With the Wind – Ida Wenøe Wa…
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On Into America presents: Uncounted Millions: The Power of Reparations, award-winning MSNBC correspondent Trymaine Lee dives into one of today’s most pressing debates: reparations. Months ago, Trymaine discovered the little-known story of Gabriel Coakley and it blew his mind. In the midst of the Civil War, Coakley was among a handful of Black peopl…
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Katie counts down her top 20 favourite songs of 2023. The top 10 contains several songs with important messages, some songs with swoonworthy vocals, and a superb instant pop classic. Six of the songs in numbers 10 to 1 are by male-identifying artists, seven are by Australia-based artists, and three are by First Nations artists. Here is the playlist…
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Katie counts down her top 20 favourite songs of 2023. In the first half of the countdown there are five by solo female-identifying artists, four by solo male-identifying artists, and one by a female/male duo. Nine of the songs in numbers 20 to 11 are by Australian artists and one is by an American artist, and three are by queer artists. Here is the…
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Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut on a very big night in news. Today in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, a Valentine's Day mass shooting erupted as the city was celebrating its third super bowl title in five seasons. Additionally, special counsel Jack Smith has filed his brief with the Supreme Court opposing Donald Trump's quest for total i…
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“I know I love to read and I know we need to cultivate that in students.” Cynthia Cobb HR Generalist, Training and Development Storytime Anytime 4U "School was part of our family DNA." This week, we engage with Ms. Cynthia Cobb, a nontraditional guest with a rich background in human resources and training and development. Through reflecting on her …
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We all deserve to find and have love, but this process can look and feel a little different when you’re navigating the dating scene as a transgender woman. To explore all of the nuances that come with dating as a transgender person, I’m joined by award-winning journalist Daric L. Cottingham. Daric is a proud Southern Black trans woman based in Los …
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Order a catfish po-boy or a few pounds of crawfish in Acadiana any Friday between Mardi Gras and Easter, and you may be surprised to learn that your delight is another person’s sacrifice. The Catholic tradition of abstaining from meat during Fridays in Lent is alive and well in Southwest Louisiana, a region where more than a third identify as Catho…
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Meet San Francisco resident, Fred Pitts. His solo show “Aren’t You…?” recounts his hilarious journey to visit all 21 California Mission churches, where he discovers that being Black makes him an instant celebrity – the question is which one? Pitts has been performing in the Bay Area for over 20 years. He has worked with numerous regional theatres, …
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In this episode of The ReidOut, we discuss how Sen. Lindsey Graham, who once was a champion of aid to Ukraine, is now refusing to vote in support of aid for fear of angering Donald Trump. Also in this episode, if at first you cannot impeach, try try again. House Republicans take another swing at impeaching the Homeland Security secretary, after the…
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Tuesday, February 13 Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories Episode 59: Elnah Jordan - Part 1 Elnah Jordan Experience - Royal Room - Seattle, WA Tuesday March 19 Doors: 6:30pm Show: 7:30pm Tickets: $20 advance, $25 doors Elnah welcomed me into her home, where we hung out with her 4 lb dog Baby. We discussed music, her upcoming show at the Royal Room…
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Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReiOut with Donald Trump's "unhinged" NATO threat to allow Putin to do whatever he wants to our allies as the U.S. stands by and does nothing, while seemingly promising to appease Putin on the issue of Ukraine. Also, we cover how Trump has formally asked the Supreme Court to put a hold on last week's ruling findin…
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In the third hour of todays extended summer-season show, Katie continues the Irish theme with a beautiful song by Luka Bloom, then plays new and recent releases by artists from Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula, Adelaide, Perth, Broome, London, Bristol and New York City. Here is the playlist: The Beauty of Everyday Things – Luka Bloom Dreams – Ni…
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Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with Elise Stefanik, who seem to know that going full election-denier will boost her chances to win "The Apprentice: Autocracy," season one, with the dubious prize of becoming Trump's running mate, "hang Mike Pence" threats notwithstanding. Her absurd comments capped a week of Republican embarassments whic…
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Clare Sands is a fearless Irish fiddler and bilingual singer who plays 10+ instruments and loves open-water swimming and surfing. On her first visit to Australia she dropped into the JOY studio to chat to Katie about the famously musical and activist Sands family, her appearance at the Cygnet Folk Festival and travels in Tasmania, performing at the…
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On a bright Midsumma Carnival morning, Katie plays great new songs by artists based in Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Newcastle, Stockholm, Auckland and Austin, TX, and a deep cut from k.d. lang’s 1997 album Drag. Here is the playlist: Cemetery – Hazlett Powerless – Sunny Luwe & okmattcollins My Old Addiction – k.d. lang When in Love – Ryan Downey S…
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Did you know that February is American Heart Month? We’re celebrating by bringing awareness to cardiovascular health disparities, especially those that impact Black women. Joining us for this conversation is Dr. Jayne Morgan, Cardiologist and the Executive Director of the Covid Task Force at the Piedmont Healthcare Corporation in Atlanta, GA. In ad…
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