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Conservatish

Peter Feliciano

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NYC singer/songwriter Peter Feliciano speaks with people from ALL walks of life and political orientation, pushing the boundaries of tribalism, dehumanization, taboo talk, and filthy comedy.
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OldSkoolQueene's Podcast

Old Skool QueenE, Esther C. Mayberry

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Old Skool Queene shares her old school perspective and views to new school Millennials on their relationships. Coaching and speaking to younger generation to give guidance on how to work at making your relationships last. A Monthly Subscription is offered for special hand-picked Episodes on Couples issues. As a Singer-Songwriter you will also get treated to her Music, Poetry, Commentary as well as any other suggestions for entertainment.
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Lady Don’t Take No is a podcast created by Alicia Garza for people who like their political commentary with a side of beauty recommendations. It’s her tribute to the Bay Area’s unique way of getting things done. Garza will divulge her hot takes on everything from why Fenty Beauty saves lives, to how to handle microaggressions at the airport. Every Friday, Lady Don’t Take No will deliver all the real, and none of the fake. Why? Because Lady. Don’t. Take. No.
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Rooks Heath Podcast, hosted by a qualified physiotherapist, health activist and blogger Farouk Bello. In this podcast, we are going to be debunking and explaining some common and controversial health myths and misconceptions. All the way from topics on stretching and supplements to health and racial inequalities in healthcare. We are going to be having conversations with doctors, physiotherapists, other medical professionals, health/wellness experts, athletes and lot more people that know th ...
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Dive deep into the vibrant world of sewing with the Stitch Please podcast, an official show of Black Women Stitch – the sewing group where Black lives matter. Uniquely crafted for those who love sewing, this sewing podcast is a gem that centers around Black women, girls, and femmes, weaving threads of creativity, technique, and passion with every episode. Hosted by Lisa Woolfork, a 6th generation sewing enthusiast, this podcast not only mirrors her ardor for the craft but also her roles as a ...
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Auldton Laughing Club

Laura Lyster-Mensh

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Join the mixed-race creator of the Auldton Laughing Club, where we learn that getting yelled at won't kill you and saying nothing is no longer an option. Race, history, art, fiction, and a few laughs in a limited series podcast. Host Laura Lyster-Mensh, author and rabble rouser. 2020-2021
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RESIST Podcast

Danielle Muscato

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The RESIST Podcast is a social justice activism podcast focused on teaching and providing steps to fight against Donald Trump, fascism, and white supremacy. Please visit www.RESISTpodcast.com
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#ITSNEEDED

Ryan Tillman

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The goal of the #ITSNEEDED Podcast is to bridge the gap between Law Enforcement and the community. The host, Ryan Tillman, is the founder of Breaking Barriers United and a police officer in Southern California. Ryan is joined by his co-host Officer Anthony Johnson, A.K.A. "The Dancing Cop”.
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FakeID Podcast

Maheen Sohail

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Identity is complex, yet hardly anyone talks about it. How come? Join me, as I capture the stories of people around the world, in the hopes to help learn more about my own identity. More info on fakeidpodcast.com
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Conversations with people providing local solutions to systemic problems, mostly in my adopted hometown of Lancaster, Pennsylvania: a place that somehow blends rustic and traditional with urban and progressive. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Black Tee Radio

Black-Tee DaPromoter

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This show discusses Urban community politics, the hip hop lifestyle, community involvement, national & international events that shape the world we live in today and the role, We the people play in making this a better society. All told from the viewpoint of Black-Tee DaPromoter & friends.
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She Said What!?

Downtown Disciples

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Sermons from a progressive feminist preacher. Debbie Griffin is the Pastor of Downtown Disciples, an LGBTQ + Affirming, Black Lives Matter proclaiming Progressive Christian Community and Urban Ministry in Downtown Des Moines.
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Reimagining Black Relations Podcast is a chat about solutions for issues relating to the black race. Solutions may relate to business, social, or spiritual. The podcast will help both white and brown races to understand what must be done to solve the racial problems. Likewise, for the black race, the podcast will provide insight to what to expect, comfort from the past experiences, and a promising path forward. The host is Dr. Francesca Fajinmi. Subscribe and please provide some feedback.
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Hello Somebody

The Black Effect and iHeartPodcasts

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Hello Somebody! Senator Nina Turner is back with a powerful podcast that brings together some of her most influential and inspirational friends, as well as everyday people doing good work on behalf of social justice and human rights. The show will touch on fierce themes from perseverance to resistance, Nina and her guests will share, ignite and conspire for better.
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Creative Tension

Elliott Robinson, JD, MDiv - Public Theologian

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The Creative Tension podcast explores the history and legacy of Jim Crow segregation. Host, Elliott Robinson provides the missing chapters from American History class, through a mixture of interviews, archival audio and roundtable discussions. Creative Tension also uses open and frank discussions, to dissect how the legacy of Jim Crow is still impacting our world today. Creative Tension explores topics like: Confederate monuments; “The Talk;” Black caricatures (Mammy, Aunt Jemima and JJ Evan ...
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Like Micah

Downtown Disciples

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Like Micah brings you stories about the intersection of Progressive Christianity, social justice, and lived experience. For those who have been hurt by the church, struggle with the church, still hold out hope for the church, or have no experience with the church at all; we welcome you to share in our journey of questioning, loving, and seeking wholeness in a fragmented world. This is the podcast of Downtown Disciples, an unapologetically progressive Disciples of Christ community in downtown ...
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Three Sides to a Story

Tony B., Rex Cruz, Aubrey

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They say there's three sides to a story. One side. The other side. And, what it really is. The pop culture podcast for the people, hosted by Tony B., Rex Cruz, and Aubrey, bringing you three perspectives from the culture on hip-hop, sports, politics, social issues, race, marketing, and more, to get to the truth.
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Join Rev. Katie M. Ladd and producer Andrew Hackett and their special guests for conversations about power, violence, and peace; spiritual journey and pilgrimage; racial (in)equity; how to have difficult conversations; and food, faith, and planet. This podcast, launched during COVID-19, replaces The Well’s public engagements while they are paused. The Well is an intentional community committed to justice and compassion; a place to safely explore issues that affect mind, body, spirit, communi ...
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The Kingdom Podcast: Imagine if church, SuperSoul Sunday, and a TED Talk had a baby. Listen in on the greatest wisdom teachings from all over the world. With live music, special guests, and trusted guidance to make your life better. Hosted by Justin Michael Williams. We Rise Together.
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Each 365 Brothers episode offers a deep dive into the lives and experiences of suucessful, engaging and inspiring Black men from diverse professions. We received a 2023 "Best Podcast Episode" Webby Honor and have stayed on Feedspot's Top 100 Black Podcasts to Follow list since 2021. From electricians to venture capitalists, composers to data scientists, these guests offer a wealth of wisdom and insight. Join host Rahbin Shyne as she engages in intimate, meaningful conversations with these 36 ...
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Hard Candy & Fruit Snacks

Carrie Clifford and Gloria Harrison

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Hard Candy and Fruit Snacks tackles race head on. Gloria Harrison and Carrie Clifford met in first grade when Gloria was part of a busing system that brought black kids from the inner city to schools in the suburbs. On this podcast, they discuss systemic racism, inequality, and injustice while reminiscing about growing up as black and white kids in a world with a lot of gray areas. Despite their different backgrounds, Gloria and Carrie end up working on the same TV show in their twenties. Jo ...
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Under The Arch

ArchCity Defenders & Action St. Louis

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ArchCity Defenders and Action St. Louis present the premiere collaborative podcast, "Under The Arch." Your hosts Blake Strode, Executive Director of ArchCity Defenders, and Kayla Reed, Director of Action St. Louis, explore the issues facing our community and the people working to transform them.
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The Brownprint

Gallery Media Group Originals

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Veteran broadcast journalist Cari Champion speaks with a diverse list of guests from every industry. A roster of successful individuals ranging from entertainers and athletes to business executives and journalists in an effort to discuss the state of progress in America. These conversations range from the inspirational to the uncomfortable, and this podcast will act as a mentorship to those in need of direction. Our goal is to engage in dialogue that will offer solutions and guidance on how ...
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Black Autonomy Podcast

Black Autonomy Federation

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The Black Autonomy Podcast is a series of discussions on anarchism and the relevance of its revolutionary ideals to the ongoing Black Liberation Movement. The show is hosted by JoNina Abron-Ervin and Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin, two veteran organizers, former Black Panther Party members and co-founders of the Black Autonomy Federation. The show is produced by a collaboration between writer William C. Anderson (@williamcson) and the Black Autonomy Federation. JoNina Abron-Ervin is a former editor o ...
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BlackFacts.com: Learn/Teach/Create Black History

Nicole Franklin, BlackFacts.com, Bryant Monteilh

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Meet BlackFacts.com, the Internet's longest running Black History Encyclopedia - Delivering Black History, Culture, Vides and News to our followers. This podcast series provides your daily Black Facts Of The Day™. In addition there will be occasion bonus episodes focused on diversity or other key topics of interest to our BlackFacts audience Learn black history, Teach black history - https://blackfacts.com
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A More Perfect Podcast isn’t just a podcast. A More Perfect Podcast is a solution. This podcast is an answer to the malicious forces which surround us and inculcate us with their subjective truths. This podcast seeks reason where others would embrace superficiality and the comfortable embrace of falsehoods. A More Perfect Podcast examines a wide range of topics from conditions in other countries to political and cultural issues in the United States of America. Where others would embrace the ...
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Marginalized Murder

Storic Media Network

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This season of Marginalized Murder we dive into "The Case of the 51 largest active serial murder mystery in the county. Over the course of twenty years at least 51 women were strangled to death in the South and West side of Chicago . I speak with Thomas Hargrove, the founder of the Murder Accountability Project and the creator of the algorithm that cracked this cold case wide open. We also meet some of the victim's family members like Sharon Pritchett, whose beloved sister Gwendolyn Williams ...
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.ZeroStar

Paul Courvoisier

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.ZeroStar is an Actual Play Podcast hosted by Paul Courvoisier and played by Matty McManee as Vinyl Flyaway Samantha Odber as Nyx Nedra Thomas Dagroot as Kaze Jake Dagroot as Cpt, Rust Duckers We are playing "Uncharted Worlds" by Sean Gomes
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Talk About Us

𝙻𝚘𝚘𝚗𝚢 𝚃𝚛𝚒𝚙

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It's entails on the basic every life of human you being a teenager,adult,doctor,nurse,lawyer,student.I am talking who ever you are. And please follow us on Instagram at https://Instagram.com/talkaboutuswithloony And on Twitter at https://Twitter.com/talkaboutuspod
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"The ARCC of Change” with Donzel Leggett, is a podcast from the Anti-Racism Commitment or ARCC, an organization dedicated to eradicating racism and hate and spreading anti-racism. Listen as Donzel talks about the relevant topics that will inspire you and help build your capability to take action and change the world. Because none of us are doing enough as long as racism still exists.
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exactly how many rest stops are on the path to enlightenment? Did I lose myself at a gas station? Am I already there? The modern guide to figuring out this existence, one song, one topic, one adventure at a time.
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We discuss Darrin Bell's Graphic Novel "The Talk" which is a a conversation Black parents in the United States feel compelled to have with their children and teenagers about the dangers they face due to racism or unjust treatment from authority figures, law enforcement or other parties, and how to de-escalate them. Darrin Bell who is black and Jewi…
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I share my old school view on being naive and gullible in our environment. My Brothers and I also share our old school perspectives on how we all are influenced and gullible at some point in our life time. We cover some influences by some Influencers and left out other types of Influencing products that you all can share in the comments.…
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We discuss Darrin Bell's Graphic Novel "The Talk" which is a a conversation Black parents in the United States feel compelled to have with their children and teenagers about the dangers they face due to racism or unjust treatment from authority figures, law enforcement or other parties, and how to de-escalate them. Darrin Bell who is black and Jewi…
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In this episode, we meet Phebe Higgins the stitcher behind Felt the Food. Learn about Phebe's journey, sewing background, and how her graduate education has woven into her crafting of appetizing felt creations. We explore the concept of "functional play," its enriching impact on children, and how Phebe's felted food is at the crossroads of play, le…
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This Episode is made available both to Subscription and Non-Subscription Fans. My Subscribed Fans get treated to my Expliicit Topics that may include a few curse words and graphic descriptions of body parts but I do attempt to keep it as clean as possible. Here I share my readings from a Ghana, Africa Newspaper Article to show that we all have simi…
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Brittanie (formerly ThatBasedBabe on IG) & Jon host a podcast called The Lion Network. We have an incredibly deep conversation about sexual ideals, meme thieves, the unhealthy parts of the trad movement, the vulnerability of being a creator, and MUCH more. BRITTANIE: https://www.instagram.com/brittaniecreates JON: https://www.instagram.com/nordic_m…
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In this episode, we will delve into relationships from the Black Male perspective with Keishorne Scott and Dr. Armon Perry. Mr. Scott is a bestselling author, international speaker, relationship & heartbreak coach, TV and Media Personality, and the founder of Your Love Experience Intl, which seeks to cultivate the power of healing, relationships, a…
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This week, Lisa speaks with talented Swiss-Haitian-Finnish artist Sasha Huber to explore the intersections of art, activism, and healing. Sasha shares her journey from her family's legacy of textile arts to her cutting-edge activist-based art practice. As Sasha unfolds her story of "reparative intervention," using her pneumatic staple gun to highli…
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I share my old school views and perspectives on blending familes. My Brothers and I share old school views and what to expect when they get married. We discuss issues that may arise with family members mainly from our Black experience culture point of view. Look for my Youtube Video for this Episode that will be schedule to release a few weeks late…
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We discuss the use of Virtual classes for stroke and neurological patients. Also how effective can these physiotherapy-led group classes be and what is the future of telerehabilitation in physiotherapy and healthcare? Neuro Heroes is a company that has used telerehab for a long time and has found success so we discuss how and what are some of the d…
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Welcome back Stitchers, today Lisa welcomes Elizabeth Way, associate curator at The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology and the curator of Ann Lowe: American Couturier at the Winterthur Museum. They discuss Anne Lowe's significance as an American couturier and her impact on the fashion industry. They delve into the difference between cout…
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A few people have recently messaged me, saying: "The world is going crazy! The border is wide open! WHEN IS IT TIME FOR WAR?!" Well... let's talk about it together. I can't go live on Instagram (the white liberals are mad at me), so I went live on YT, Rumble, and X last week - as a solo episode.By Peter Feliciano
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Welcome back stitchers! Today Lisa welcomes Dr. Joy Harden Bradford of Therapy for Black Girls to discuss her new book 'Sisterhood Heals' and the journey of creating it. She explains how the book captures the spirit of an in-person event focused on conversations about sisterhood and challenges us to be better to and for one another. Dr. Joy emphasi…
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We will discuss the physical and mental health of black men, racism, how it impacts our health, and what we can do about it. with Dr. Derek Griffith. Dr. Griffith is the Founder and Director of the Center for Men’s Health EquityThe Center for Men’s Health Equity conducts research that helps men live healthier lives. While there is growing interest …
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It's here Stitchers! Lisa's first (full) make of 2024 and it's the Vogue 1982 ! Today Lisa breaks down her process from top to bottom which included basting anything and everything, which needle she needed for this specific project, and just what adjustments she made to make sure she absolutely loved herself in the dress! If you picked up this patt…
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Alicia Garza welcomes back activist, writer, and strategist, Linda Burnham. Garza asks Burnham to break down fascism, and what we can do to save our threadbare democracy. Plus, Garza brings all the news you can use with her roundup: 100 days of bloodshed in Gaza, the Donald and Joe show, and the “Chocolate Emmys”! Required Reading: Power Concedes N…
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Mike is a 2X National Strongman Champion, and is now a Holistic Health and Wellness Coach in Bastrop, Texas. We talk about fighting the lizards with nutrition, becoming a dad, getting deeper, eating disorders, the tools of our enemy, and the inevitability of humanity's improvement. MIKE LUSBY: https://www.getfullstrong.com…
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Welcome back Stitchers! Today Lisa is chatting with Tiavalya Befecadu a quilter and photographer, as she shares her sewing journey and the inspiration behind her beautiful quilts. Tiavalya is a 3rd generation sewing enthusiast who found herself restarting the craft during the pandemic and using family fabrics to create sentimental quilts. She share…
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Robert Washington-Vaughns started the Black Men Flower Project in the summer of 2021 in Columbus, Ohio when he began delivering flowers to his guy friends in and around town as a token of his gratitude and appreciation towards them. Robert conceptualized the project during his time in an outpatient mental health program in Columbus, Ohio in 2018. H…
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Welcome back stitchers! Today host Lisa Woolfork interviews Diane Roney, a quilter, sewist, and graphic AI artist. Diane shares her sewing journey, including her first outfit at the age of 68. She also discusses her brand, Diane Roney Creates, which encompasses various creative endeavors. Diane talks about her Soulful Stitchers coloring book and th…
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Welcome back stitchers! Happy 2024! Today we celebrate in the spirit of Sankofa. Sankofa is a word of the Akan people of Ghana, meaning "to go back and get it" in the Twi language. The retrieval concept is symbolized by interlocking hearts or a bird with her feet facing forward but her head turned backward and carrying an egg in her beak. What is t…
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This episode was recorded live from the Institute for Social Ecology's 2023 Summer Intensive Course in Detroit. Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin, JoNina Abron-Ervin, and Modibo Kadalie reflect on their personal histories in the Black Power movement, and how their experiences in hierarchical revolutionary organizations - such as the Black Panther Party and the…
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Celebrate! Vote! Share! The Black Women Stitch Sew Black at QuiltCon is a finalist for an Anthem Award in the category of Community Engagement in Education Arts and Culture. Please vote for us here and share widely! Voting ends 12/21 . The Black Women Stitch 2024 Wall Calendar is available NOW! Do not miss out on your chance to and get your stitch …
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Celebrate! Vote! Share! The Black Women Stitch Sew Black at QuiltCon is a finalist for an Anthem Award in the category of Community Engagement in Education Arts and Culture. Please vote for us here and share widely! Voting ends 12/21 . The Black Women Stitch 2024 Wall Calendar is available NOW! Do not miss out on your chance to and get your stitch …
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As we close out 2023 on Black Men Speak, my guest Collin Mays and I discuss his journey to care for his health and some of the things Black Men need to do in 2024. Collin serves as the President and Founder of LMS Solutions, a strategic planning consulting firm that assists local governments and nonprofits. Most recently Collin served as Director o…
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In this episode, Donzel welcomes Jon Melrod, activist and best-selling author of the new book, FIGHTING TIMES: Organizing on the Front Lines of the Class War. Jon shares why and how he gave up his privilege and even risked his life to be a soldier over the last 60 years on the front lines of the war to fight against racism, classism, and sexism and…
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In a compelling return to the Reimagining Black Relations podcast, Dr. Rob Eschmann fearlessly delves into the stark realities of growing up under the pervasive influence of racial bias and the constant specter of police violence. He shares the deeply moving experience of having to give his own son "the talk," a heart-wrenching rite of passage in a…
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Celebrate! Vote! Share! The Black Women Stitch Sew Black at QuiltCon is a finalist for an Anthem Award in the category of Community Engagement in Education Arts and Culture. Please vote for us here and share widely! Voting ends 12/21 . SHIPPING 12/14... The Black Women Stitch 2024 Wall Calendar is available NOW! Do not miss out on your chance to an…
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In a compelling episode of Reimagining Black Relations, we welcome two exceptional guests, Dr. Fayron Epps and Karah Alexander, who are on a mission to enhance the quality of life for Black caregivers. Dr. Epps, with over two decades of experience in nursing and a wealth of knowledge in creating culturally relevant health programs, joins Karah Alex…
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The Black Women Stitch 2024 Wall Calendar is available for preorder NOW! Do not miss out on your chance to and get your stitch together with a year of artistic inspiration! Welcome back stitchers! We are sew excited to bring you a new tradition to the Stitch Please Podcast: Holiday Swatches. A fabric swatch is a small sample of fabric that allows y…
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In a thought-provoking interview, Dr. Rob Eschmann, a multifaceted talent from Chicago, unveils the subtle yet pervasive forms of racism in the 21st century. Rooted in his academic journey that began in Chicago Public Schools and culminated in a PhD from the University of Chicago, Dr. Eschmann sheds light on pressing issues, including educational i…
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The Black Women Stitch 2024 Wall Calendar is available for preorder NOW! Do not miss out on your chance to and get your stitch together with a year of artistic inspiration! In this episode of the Stitch Please podcast, Lisa welcomes Tiffany Turned, a talented sewist, to share her transformative journey into sewing. Initially skeptical, she discover…
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In an eye-opening conversation that transcends the ordinary, Van Williams, the Vice President of Information Technology Services and Chief Information Officer for the University of California's sprawling $40+ billion-dollar enterprise, takes us on an inspiring journey through the complexities of being Black in America. From a transformative semeste…
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The Black Women Stitch 2024 Wall Calendar is available for preorder NOW! Do not miss out on your chance to and get your stitch together with a year of artistic inspiration! In this episode of the Stitch Please podcast, Lisa interviews Grace Christopher, the creative genius behind African Zesty Couture. Grace shares her journey into sewing, which be…
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Brandon is a foreign national, an author, and a trust/common law lawyer. We discuss how to legally not pay taxes, what it means to be a "citizen of the United States", branding, sovereignty, and the non-aggressive side-stepping of government. Brandon Joe Williams Web: OneStupidFuck.com Peter Feliciano IG: Instagram.com/peter_feliciano LINKS: Linktr…
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Preorder your 2024 BWS Wall Calendar TODAY! Sign up for the Black Women Stitch quarterly newsletter Check out our merch here Leave a BACKSTITCH message and tell us about your favorite episode. Join the Black Women Stitch Patreon Check out our Amazon Store Aaronica B. Cole Aaronica B. Cole is a dynamic force in the world of sewing and creative expre…
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Sign up for the Black Women Stitch quarterly newsletter Check out our merch here Leave a BACKSTITCH message and tell us about your favorite episode. Join the Black Women Stitch Patreon Check out our Amazon Store Black Sewing Network Black Sewing Network is a platform that celebrates and amplifies black voices in the sewing community. We host daily …
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Alicia Garza welcomes two guests this week: Cole Brown, an author, producer, and political commentator, and Natalie Johnson, a writer and illustrator who focuses on racial justice and gender equity. Brown and Johnson just published a collection of letters and illustrations on the subject of Black love called Black Love Letters. The collection featu…
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Sign up for the Black Women Stitch quarterly newsletter! Check out our merch here Join the Black Women Stitch Patreon Amazon Store Black Sewing Network Black Sewing Network is a platform that celebrates and amplifies black voices in the sewing community. We host daily sewalongs on social media that encourage and motivate members of the sewing commu…
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In this special 4-part series, we'll examine the life of Jarvis Jay Masters born in Long Beach, California, in 1962. He is a widely published African-American Buddhist writer and the author of That Bird Has My Wings: The Autobiography of an Innocent Man on Death Row and Finding Freedom. Originally sent to San Quentin State Prison in 1981 for armed …
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