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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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A motivating and encouraging podcast for Black Women everywhere. Candid conversations on self-care, self-love, mental health, wellness and much more. Check out new episodes published every Tuesday, ONLY on Spotify. Connect with us via email at: contact@theblackgirlbravado.com
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Black Learning Achievement and Mental Health (BLAM UK) is proud to offer short, bite sized, and accessible global Black history and cultural podcast episodes to aid you in your Black history learning.
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Join best friends MaRah and Taz and they research and tell stories of Black women who kill. They discuss the crimes, the outcomes, and how Black women are treated differently in the justice system than their white counterparts. IG: @Sistaswhokillpod Join the Facebook discussion group! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sistaswhokill/support
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Business tips, tricks, hacks, and strategies for Women Entrepreneurs from Real Women Entrepreneurs across the Globe. Brought to you by Christina Rowe, Founder of Women Helping Women Entrepreneurs, a Facebook Community of 0ver 750,000 Women Entrepreneurs at www.womenhelpingwomen.group
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True crime with a new focus...shining a light on the all too often ignored cases of Black women who have gone missing or have fallen victim to murder. Each episode takes you on a heart wrenching journey through the stories of these women and the families they left behind. Join us as we work to uncover hidden truths and bring the stories of these women to the forefront. Together we can seek justice for the forgotten and give a voice to the voiceless. New episodes Monday. AFTERTHOUGHTS now ava ...
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Full-Time Black Woman

Aleese Real & Esha Belle

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Join Aleese Real and Esha Belle as they create a safe space for professional black women and entrepreneurs. Aleese and Esha will have your back from coffee to wine while teaching you how to play your power perfectly. Check them out on Facebook and Instagram @fulltimeblackwoman or on Twitter @FTBlackWoman. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe! They see you because they are you.
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The Vision of the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC) is to build lasting strategic partnerships with first-rate organizations and individuals that will provide ground-breaking and innovative solutions for black women in construction and their respective communities. We are “THE VOICE OF BLACK WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION”.
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Black Girl Nerds is an online community devoted to promoting nerdiness among Black women & people of color. Check us out on http://blackgirlnerds.com and play with us on social media by following us on Twitter @blackgirlnerds!
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Welcome to Black Filmmakers Matter, a dynamic space amplifying the voices and narratives of black filmmakers. Rooted in the belief that every story deserves to be told, our channel is a vibrant hub where the rich tapestry of black filmmaking comes to life.
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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/
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Black Earth Podcast

Black Earth Podcast

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Black Earth is an interview podcast celebrating nature and black women leaders in the environmental movement. Join us for inspiring, informed and authentic conversations on how we can make a positive impact for people and nature worldwide. Episodes out every Wednesday. Connect with us online @blackearthpodcast on Instagram, LinkedIn and Tiktok. Hosted by Marion Atieno Osieyo. Healing our relationship with nature, one conversation at a time.
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Black Girl RoundTable

The Bougie Black Girls Podcast Network

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Welcome to the Black Girl Roundtable. As one arm of the Bougie Black Girls Podcast Network, this monthly series is here to explore any amplify the voices of Black women on the things that effect our lives. From culture, to politics, to adulting, Dana, Jalina, & Asha will dissect the world around them to help us better understand and evaluate. Be sure to subscribe, visit www.thebougieblackgirls.com, and follow BBG on IG and TikTok @thebougieblackgirls to keep up with all the new releases! Hos ...
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Join Founder and Executive Director of Abolitionist Sanctuary, Rev. Nikia S. Robert, Ph.D., in a podcast about Black women/mothers, religion, and mass punishment. Connect with us to be apart of a faith-based abolitionist movement!
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The Black Woman Be Whole Podcast features psychotherapist Ednesha Saulsbury (LCSW) Kim Moore, and Marquia Farmer as they discuss issues that impact, and matter to, Black women. Each episode contains tools and resources to help listeners work on their journey to good mental health. They talk about real Black girl $h!t y'all
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We are two Black women discussing health disparities that disproportionately affect the Black community. We examine current and historical cases of medical injustices within the American healthcare system. And we amplify organizations and individuals working with marginalized communities to improve health outcomes.
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Black & Published

Nikesha Elise Williams

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Black & Published brings you the journeys of writers, poets, playwrights, and storytellers of all kinds to discuss what it means to be a writer, dissect the writing process, and demystify the steps between concept and publication.
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Welcome to Shades of Strong®, a podcast by Black women, for Black women. Join us as we support hyper-independent Black women in redefining strength, releasing emotional overwhelm, and embracing the power of community. It’s time to stop trying to do it all by ourselves.
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Welcome to the Pretty Girl Progression Podcast. What is Pretty Girl Progression? Well, Pretty Girl Progression strives to offer resources to black women who are seeking self-growth in their mentality, spirituality, and purpose. We also strive to build a community of like-minded women who lean on each other and continue to inspire each other through events, counseling, and self-growth practices. The Pretty Girl Progression Podcast is just one of those many resources. For more tips, tools and ...
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Step into Black Women Amplified, where Monica Wisdom curates dynamic conversations with visionary leaders, innovative entrepreneurs, and inspiring artists. Our podcast combines Essence Magazine's cultural resonance with NPR's depth, inviting you to explore the diverse experiences and voices of Black women. Join us for impactful stories and empowering dialogues that resonate with the soul and elevate humanity. Welcome to a space where excellence meets essence, and empowerment is our legacy. P ...
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Watch With You

Lady D and Lady H

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Two lifelong friends muse over media that showcases Black women, femmes, and non-binary people. Season 2 premieres in October 2022 and focuses on Black Speculative fiction.
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The Love Letter Project: Love Songs, Stories and Affirmations for Black Women

Alecia Renece | Creative Coach, Documentarian, Holistic Wellness, Black Artist

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A Human BEING Project. The art of conversation. The love letter project by Alecia Renece: music, love notes and affirmations by a Black woman created for beautiful Black women. Deep and soulful talks and storytelling with Beautiful minds. Each week we discuss intimate and contemplative questions and topics about life, healing, Holistic Well being, frustrations, everyday joys and struggles through music, Soulful conversation and art. We believe that every person is extraordinary and every exp ...
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It's Layered Podcast

It's Layered Podcast

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Welcome to "It's Layered"! A podcast by two Zimbabwean girls living on two different continents and keeping their long-distance friendship of over 20 years thriving! Join them as they delve deeper into life, love and all things under the sun because in life... zvine malayers! (It’s Layered!)
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Welcome to Girl Tawk! hosted by Melissa Ann. Girl Tawk! is THAT show which discusses the real issues black women face being a mom, a dad, a wife, a girlfriend, a sister, a co-worker, a therapist or whatever choice of hat black women wear on any particular day. Why? Because black women are just dope!
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As long as Black women’s political leadership is under attack, we will be here to CLAPBACK. In a world filled with mis and disinformation, we provide you with the REAL! If you’re a Black woman, representing Black women, or in community with Black women we are here to CLAPBACK and make sure you GET THE FACTS!
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Hey Group Chat! I know ya’ll see my text! There’s tea to be spilled. Each week we’re bringing you our unfiltered take on culture, news, dating and our lives as Black millennial women. We are coming to y'all with the honesty and eyerolls that only a text chain with your girls can. This is Black Girls Texting with Chelsea, Glynn and Sade.
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Shea Butter FC

Shea Butter FC

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Two Black women’s perspectives on soccer, football and everything in between, delivering content with soul and seasoning that will moisturize your skin, lay your edges, and deepen your love for all things Black women.
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Black women are negotiating the different stages of menopause along with their ever evolving identifies, relationships, careers, responsibilities and societal tropes. This is a curated intergenerational exchange, a space for exploration, mentorship, intimacy and vulnerability around life, identity and change. It’s the excavation of the things that you need to know, but were never told. It’s the guide we wish we all had access to no matter our age.
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Delve into the forgotten stories of black women in true crime and missing persons cases that are often hidden by the media’s blind eye. Written and produced by acclaimed writer John Reedburg and hosted by Samantha Paul. Don’t miss a single episode—subscribe now to stay informed! New episodes drop every Thursday.
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Gettin' Grown

Loud Speakers Network

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Keia and Jade are two happy and hard working (Blackity) Black Women who are just trying to learn how to adult, for real. Join us each week for Kitchen TableTalk, Petty Peeves and Lessons in Black Women Self Care, as we try to figure out life as 30-somethings.
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Welcome to the James Taylor Jr. Podcast, where we embark on a transformative journey towards the upliftment of Black women and the empowerment of Black men, all rooted in the values of Christian faith. Join us as we explore the dynamic stories, experiences, and wisdom of remarkable Black women who have shattered barriers and risen to new heights. Through their inspiring narratives, we aim to empower Black men to play a pivotal role in fostering strong Christian families.
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Meet My God

Ruthenna Porterfield

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A weekday devotional podcast. Get to know God better through the greatest story ever told. Listen to Bible passages and story recaps. Hear where you fit in. Then click on the passages and experience God's love in a whole new way!
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Welcome to "The Getting Black Women Paid Podcast," where we dive deep into the world of economic empowerment for Black women, bridging the gap between corporate corridors and entrepreneurial ventures. Hosted by dynamic duo ‘Tine Zekis and Ileka Falette, this podcast brings to the forefront the challenges, triumphs, and strategies relevant to Black women striving to secure the bag in a myriad of professional landscapes. Each episode, we explore a wide range of topics critical to the success a ...
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My Sistas Keeper

Lori Ann Holmes-Wheaton

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My Sistas' Keeper unapologetically centers Black women and girls. Too often we are a footnote or an afterthought. This podcast focuses on issues, topics, concerns related to black women and girls. I've been called to educate, inform, increase awareness and call people to action. If you are a black woman, black girl or an ally, please listen to the podcast. Download and share. I would like to be in community with like-minded folks.
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Girl Stop Playin is a personal development podcast for black women with hard-hitting, edge-snatching advice that encourages you to stop playing with your potential and start working for what you want in life and in love! Each week, Best-Selling Author Koereyelle tackles tough topics such as marriage, motherhood, mental health, entrepreneurship, money, and mindset. The show features a mix of guest appearances, and solo shows with just Koe on the mic. This is your weekly dose of positivity, in ...
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Welcome to the Black Writer Therapy Podcast, a vibrant space for Black women writers to gather, sip tea, and explore the healing power of writing. Join us for candid conversations about the unique experiences and challenges Black authors face in an industry often centered on whiteness. This podcast celebrates the voices and stories of Black women through authentic discussions that foster healing, joy, and sisterhood. Whether you're an established author, an aspiring writer, or a reader who l ...
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Mugga, Rita Brent, and Joanna Briley visit friends and talk about the upcoming Black Women in Comedy Laff Fest , Rita Brent's new song: gospel version of “Bleach-blonde, Bad-built, Butch body and more with host Marina Franklin! Rita Brent is an award-winning comedian, musician, and military veteran. She grew up in Jackson, MS where she played music…
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It’s easy to dismiss dating reality TV shows like Love Island and The Bachelor as trashy, guilty pleasure TV, but as we watch Black women contestants continuously get discarded by their male counterparts, chosen last if chosen at all, and edited in a way that promotes stereotypes, it can make the IRL pursuit of romance feel a lot more bleak. Diggin…
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Hi there Beautiful, "No one will love you until you love yourself" and other harmful things we say like "People treat you how you allow them to treat you", or "you can't love anyone unless you love yourself" can actually cause more harm than good. We end up victim blaming the victim in these scenarios, when they were not the ones at fault. Their on…
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My strong is finding healing and wholeness Join us for a profound episode with Dr. LaSondra Barnes, a life and spiritual coach specializing in the effects of rejection and self-image, as we dig into the complexities of the father wound. Dr. LaSondra guides us through understanding the origins of the father wound and its lasting effects on daughters…
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In this special pre-Father’s Day episode of the "Getting Black Women Paid Podcast," we honor the incredible contributions of Black fathers and father figures who uplift and inspire the next generation. Through heartfelt stories, Ileka and 'Tine reflect on how their own fathers shaped their paths to becoming ambitious businesswomen. They also extend…
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Send us a Text Message. Welcome to the Black Women Amplified podcast, where we spotlight extraordinary talents and inspiring stories. Today, we have the privilege of introducing Chef Nina Curtis, a culinary artist celebrated for her exceptional skill and creative prowess in plant-based cuisine. With over two decades of experience, Chef Curtis has e…
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This week on Black & Published, Nikesha speaks with Dr. Jenn M. Jackson, author of the book, Black Women Taught Us: An Intimate History of Black Feminism. Dr. Jackson (they/them) is a genderflux androgynous Black woman, a lesbian, an abolitionist, and a lover of all Black people, They are an Assistant Professor at Syracuse University in the Departm…
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Discover the inspiring journey of Paballo Mokwena, a passionate advocate for the Arts who grew up in a developing town where the Arts were not widely recognized. Despite the challenges, Paballo felt most alive during school productions, whether it was a choir performance or a play, igniting a deep passion for creative expression.In this video, Paba…
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Did you know that most black women are unknowingly carrying the pain and struggle of their ancestors? That's what's at the root of most mommy issues: unaddressed trauma. Trauma and pain that possibly precedes your lifetime, and it's still making an impact on the legacy you'll leave. We can spend a lifetime blaming our moms for the ways they did us …
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As Black women gain recognition in highly visible positions, they are faced with various misconceptions that impact their life. When entering visible positions or running for office, black women have to not only work against racial and gendered misconceptions but also present themselves in a relatable way. The balancing act puts high-levels of stre…
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In this crucial episode, Dr. Kevin Smith and Dr. Michael LeNoir delve into the alarming rates of maternal mortality among Black women. They explore the systemic issues and health disparities contributing to these statistics and discuss actionable steps the Black community can take to advocate for better care and support for Black mothers. Tune in f…
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Join us for an eye-opening conversation with Dr. Yamicia Connor, a Harvard-MIT-educated OB-GYN, as she tackles the crisis of Black maternal health. Discover why Black women face higher pregnancy risks and learn essential tips for navigating a safer, healthier pregnancy.Dr. Connor’s passion for justice and groundbreaking work in healthcare equity wi…
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In this episode we discuss a research study that examines the lasting impact of structural racism on Black women healthcare workers in the U.S., including low wages and hazardous working conditions. And we highlight The Center for Advancing Racial Equity and Job Quality in Long-Term Care, a national hub centering BIPOC women and immigrant caregiver…
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