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Tell Them, I Am is about the small moments that define who we are and who we are not. The stories are universal. The voices are all Muslim. With a new episode every weekday this Ramadan, host Misha Euceph opens a window into the lives of Tan France, Alia Shawkat, Ramy Youssef, Reza Aslan, Mercedes Iman Diamond and others.
 
Culture Pop A Go Go is a monthly pop culture podcast where hosts Brenda (aka mom), Amanda, Faythe and Addie discuss and debate the latest in pop culture news and events. Hear about what pop culturey things they've been consuming each week from TV to movies to other podcasts and more. The weekly mail sack portion is also a fan favorite so write in and join in on the fun.
 
Sister singing duo Faarrow, Siham and Iman Hashi, Invite you to "POWHER" - A portal dedicated to healing through sharing stories on how we navigate this human experience. This podcast discusses spirituality, mental health, soul health, mysticism, healing, culture, identity and beauty through their eyes.
 
Women Who SWAAY (formerly known as Entrepreneurs En Vogue) is a podcast that gives a unique insight into the savvy secrets of influential female voices. On this show, you will experience a mix of episodes, including #FounderDiaries where Iman takes you along in her entrepreneurial journey; as well as #BossTalks where Iman has raw conversations with other fellow driven women who are challenging the status quo and creating their own narratives.
 
Tune in as the best friend duo, Iman and Sabria, talk their trash about celebrities, culture, health, dating, politics and navigating through life as black girls. Join them to find out who's in the Sunken Place each week and for their Common Sense Sis conversation, where they spit some truth on an array of subjects. So pull up a seat to the most guilt-free brunch around!
 
Khanga Tales is a weekly podcast where life-long besties Iman and Araika share personal and universal tales of the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of womanhood. Bringing in perspectives from cognitive psychology, philosophy, their African mothers and the black web - Khanga Tales is the go-to-place for deep and fresh conversations about identity, relationships, money, culture, wellness, mindset, and all that jazz.
 
Freddy Harris III, Iman Pascall and Kahlil Chu For are pannists. They love music, trees, life in NY and, most of all, steelpan. Join the Three Pannists, along with some of their favorite musicians, for stories about sex, religion, race, life in a panyard, and whether or not Boogsie Sharpe can dab; plus a ton of other s**t that we cannot spoil for you (because even we don’t know what shenanigans we’ll get into)! Season 1 will premiere in January 2017, and will feature 12 episodes to be releas ...
 
Wheres the function? Who’s on the guest list? Whats for dinner? Did you bless the food? Who will stick around to clean up the mess? Find out as you join sisters Iman and Zakeya as they navigate life and journey through the post quarantine world with flowing conversation, a unique approach to podcasting and lots of laughs with "My Sister and I", the podcast!
 
Feminine & Fulfilled believes in a world where women support each other. Celebrate each other. Have fun together. Do purposeful work. Make a difference. Because collectively, women WILL change the world for the positive. This show creates a soul sisterhood through real & raw convos with female powerhouses. Meant to inspire and spark your inner power as you're a brilliant, loving, highly capable woman who's ready! Sure, you may have days you feel stuck, afraid, unclear about your purpose and ...
 
A political podcast hosted by Max Klinger, featuring interviews with well-known guests. Things we are generally in favour of: free thought, free discussion and reasoned arguments. Things we are generally against: mindless groupthink, hysterical social media outrage mobs and illiberalism. 'The essence of the independent mind lies not in what it thinks, but how it thinks.' - Christopher Hitchens.
 
This life is but a transitory test, and the ultimate success in this life is reaching its end having fulfilled Allah’s commands with a good heart and avoided His major prohibitions. At Safina Society we seek to offer the faithful the knowledge and companionship that will assist in traversing the test of life and reaching its end safely. It is our hope that these podcasts, classes and gatherings will spark a movement, of renewed intention, renewed study, renewed commitment to our sacred law, ...
 
Welcome to Across The Mic with Julio Taku where I, Julio Taku (pronounced Jew-Leo Tah-Coo), cover issues pertaining to the different intersections of Blackness in areas such as politics, fashion, music, activism, academia, art, sex work, health care etc. Guest appearances from professionals and creatives in their respective fields will provide insight and unique perspectives to the issues discussed.
 
By balancing the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual—we can learn to live in harmony with ourselves and our environment. Hosted by Ryan Willms, the Into the Well podcast explores a variety tools and modalities to create sustainable well-being and the people that are walking the path in an authentic inspiring way. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/into-the-well/support
 
Meri Kahani: My Story is a play adapted to an audiobook. This tapestry of monologues gives voice to often unseen layers of painful and taboo experiences of South Asian women. Delivered with poetic brilliance and an unflinching rawness, Meri Kahani delicately handles themes of forced marriage, sexual abuse, domestic violence, social expectations and inter-generational divisions. Pushing to the surface through the weight of these painful stories are examples of resilience, a longing for justic ...
 
Amanda's Picture Show A Go Go is a twice weekly movie podcast with new episodes on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Host, Amanda Iman welcomes a variety of guests onto the podcast to explore current and past films. The rules are simple, at least one person has to have never seen the film being discussed before and then Amanda and her guests have an in depth discussion about the movie. During Awards Season, Amanda is also a prime source for awards analysis.
 
Helping women find truth in today's world of lies and hype because women have important roles in shaping the culture of home, workplace, and community to be more Christlike. Women often settle and live below their God-given potential. I share true perspectives about themselves, guide them to gospel-focused personal solutions and frameworks, and design simple personal organization systems and tools to help them gain the eternal perspective, live their lives better, and do their work well. I d ...
 
Choppin' It Up With Jimmie C. is a dynamic podcast where we cover everything from sports and resiliency to mental health and integrity. We tackle social justice and human rights issues from a perspective you've never heard before. Jimmie C. Gardner was playing for a Chicago Cubs minor league team when he was falsely accused of heinous crimes and sentenced to 110 years in prison. During the 27 years he fought for his freedom before his exoneration, he prayed for the opportunity to have the mi ...
 
Throughout Black Hair in the Big Leagues, host Salisha Thomas sits down with badass black women on Broadway and talks about all things hair. We are sharing secrets, swapping ideas, and talking about our individual experiences backstage, onstage and beyond. But that’s not all; there are women (and men!) who can speak on this topic in other industries as well and open the conversation about what it means to show up to work being black and “put together.” After every episode, you’ll have new id ...
 
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This episode I'm joined by Iman Olden, production/executive assistant for film and tv. We discuss the landscape of Hollywood during a racial reckoning and it's effects in front and behind the camera. Iman tells of how she has demystified celebrities and not getting star struck. We also speak about career paths and engaging in them while in college.…
 
Spirituality provides strength for many people, it keeps us grounded during difficult times. True compassion starts with humility and being able to put differences aside and appreciate people for who they are. Iman Salahudiin Hanif, out of Albany, GA, shares with us the power of interfaith connections and how we can heal our communities. Our countr…
 
Amber Iman has solidified her place on the Broadway map not just because of starring in Soul Doctor and Shuffle Along, and not just for slaying in Hamilton as Peggy/Maria Reynolds, but because she's a trailblazer, fearlessly leading the way for Broadway activism and equality by being one of the founding members of the Broadway Advocacy Coalition. S…
 
Sustainable Well-Being is a special 5-episode series of Into the Well with host Ryan Willms, in collaboration with Allbirds and their community initiative, Allgood Collective. The episodes cover a variety of topics from regenerative farming and running, to cleaning up the oceans and dream interpretation. We dive in with deep with inspiring individu…
 
The truth behind the Arabic folk story… As any child guilty of the occasional indiscretion knows (because their mothers are so insistent on threatening them) if you misbehave one too many times, Abu Regl Masloukha, or the Flayed Leg Man, might come to take you away. What is less well known, is who, exactly, Abu Regl Masloukha is, how he came to be,…
 
New Orlean's own Curren$y the hot spitta pulled up in the Bentley truck to talk about his music and the independent hustle. Curren$y tells the story of making music with Wiz Khalifa to turn the lights back on & goes back to the child hood days when he was around some of New Orleans greatest rappers including Lil Wayne and C Murder. Plus Karlous Mil…
 
Sustainable Well-Being is a special 5-episode series of Into the Well with host Ryan Willms, in collaboration with Allbirds and their community initiative, Allgood Collective. The episodes cover a variety of topics from regenerative farming and running, to cleaning up the oceans and dream interpretation. We dive in with deep with inspiring individu…
 
The rent is due, but where is the money?! Why is the Pope on the gram? Mandatory Covid vaccines? Join us to see whats going on this week with My Sister and I! Do you know someone who deserves to be invited to the function, or someone who should be firmly denied? We want to hear from you! Email My Sister and I and we may feature your invite on the s…
 
Geo is one of the very few Black Hair and Makeup supervisors on Broadway. He is currently the supervisor at Tina: The Tina Turner Musical and was Idina Menzel's personal hair and makeup stylist during her world tour. Geo is a fountain of knowledge on the industry and approaches the topic of Hair from the stylists's perspective. Grab and bevvy and c…
 
This episode I'm joined by Danielle Hawthorne, CEO of "Scotch Bonnets by Dani". On this episode we discuss how she amassed over six figures in revenue and the support she received to get there. We also speak about her manufacturing process, her family's support of her business, her personal hair journey and the importance of valuing your business. …
 
We are joined with Dahlia Mogahed and Youssef Chouhoud who are part of the Institute of Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU). They talk to us about some of the controversial findings in their latest research study. Dalia Mogahed is an American consultant of Egyptian origin. She is the Director of Research at the Institute for Social Policy and Un…
 
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a term that makes my skin crawl to even say it. However, it's practiced in over 30 countries, and even until the 1970s, health insurance in the United States covered female circumcision. These are facts I learned from Farzan Doctor, an FGM survivor and now Activist, Psychotherapist, and Writer. Her latest book, Se…
 
ON this trapped out episode 2 Chainz posts up to drop gems with the crew! Chainz breaks down the story of how he got in the rap game and you know Chainz got a new album called So Help Me God so Tity Boi explains the motivation behind the new project and gives us a sneak peak on what to expect. They used to call him Tity Boi so DC Young Fly had to g…
 
The Black Girl Magic is high this week! African angels are on call. The chicken is boiled and raw unfortunately, but on a positive note there are cheddar biscuits for dinner! Be brave! Tune in to see whats going on this week with My Sister and I! Do you know someone who deserves to be invited to the function, or someone who should be firmly denied?…
 
FBLFK 187 – feat. Frost, Opal Sunn, Shermanology, Kofla, Crooked Colours ++trackartistsOvertonesFrostLailonieMarshCedar (Original Mix)DuskyEyes (Original Mix)RUFUS DU SOLCome Away feat. Tim MorrisonNora En PureAll My FriendsRezidentPhantom (Original Mix)Opal SunnIs Electro Still A Thing (Original Mix)Ruff Stuff,Black LoopsTold UCloudNone & DirectWi…
 
This episode I’m joined by Qadirah Abdur-Rahman, financial advisor, CEO of Brilliant Girl Finance, Minte Essentials, executive producer of Viral Debates and all-around tour de force. On this episode we discussed how she stays afloat while managing so many different businesses and being practical with your ambition. She gives advice on financial lit…
 
There's only one thing that describes freefalling in the best way... and that's skydiving! I went skydiving this past weekend and oh. my. goodness. It was spectacular! Join me as I share my experience taking out my beautiful client to overcome her greatest fear and open up to her greatest possibility! You want to listen in on this episode if there'…
 
Please give the show a good rating and a review if you liked it, that really helps us grow! YOUTUBE Along with all other episodes, this podcast is also available on our youtube channel, 'E2 Review Podcast'. Dr Rakib Ehsan is a research fellow at The Henry Jackson Society, and specialises in the socio-political behaviour and attitudes of Britain's e…
 
In this episode of the Blood Brothers Podcast, Dilly Hussain hosts life coach and influencer LaYinka Sanni. #BloodBrothersPodcast #LaYinkaSanni #Muslimwomen The self-transformation expert from south London explains the spiritual and psychological layers of her work with mainly Muslim women. LaYinka and Dilly address the topic of Muslim women in the…
 
The King of the south, the rubberband man, trouble man AKA T.I.P came through the 85 south show trap to kick it with Karlous Miller and DC Young Fly. T.I. to.d stories from his come up and explains what it was like being on set with Denzel Washington in American Gangster. Plus, T.I. talks about the making of ATL - how it had a different title and h…
 
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