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This podcast is a warm embrace, soothing realness, and conscious girl talk. Black Girl In Om exists to hold and heal black womxn and womxn of color around the world on their unique wellness journeys, mending us from the inside out. Come into conversation with our founder, Lauren Ash and wellness and Spirit-centered guests across various industries to talk all things self-care and self-love, spiritual awakening, intergenerational healing, and more.
 
The V Hive is a podcast focused on women’s intimate health. With weekly episodes from the field’s top practitioners, we discuss all of the things you've always thought about, but never wanted to talk about. Our mission is to make the highest quality information on the most beloved part of your body, accessible, understandable and implementable.
 
Welcome to "QueerWOC: The Podcast". Join Money and Nikeeta, two Black Queer Troublemakers, on this biweekly insurgent audio syllabus that unites, ignites, and excites the queer women of color community. QueerWOC is a space for queer women and folks of color rooted in reimagining healing, organizing, and community. Join the conversation by sliding in the QueerWOC.com DM's! Follow @QueerWOCpod on IG and on Tumblr | @QueerWOCpod on Twitter Follow the creator: @BettaThanMoney Follow the curmudge ...
 
Forward-thinking feminists Alana J. Webster and Jacklyn Chung-Young don’t hold back when discussing societal issues facing women and people of color in the new weekly podcast, Black & Yellow. Armed with research and wit, the ladies delve into the complexities of being a Black or Asian woman in today’s world. From CP Time to sexual harassment, Jacklyn and Alana offer their intersectional perspective on what’s happening in our society today and ways to stay as woke as possible. See acast.com/p ...
 
Join Bre, aka The Self-Care Pusher from Southern California, as she shares life experiences, weighs in on current events, amps up her wellness/health habits and finds clean(ish) products to try all for the sake of taking her physical, spiritual and emotional well-being to the next level and (hopefully) inspiring other women of color to do so as well. It's time to become obsessed with our self-care!
 
For a long time, tech culture has focused too narrowly on technical skills; this has resulted in a tech community that too often puts companies and code over people. Greater Than Code is a podcast that invites the voices of people who are not heard from enough in tech: women, people of color, trans and/or queer folks, to talk about the human side of software development and technology. Greater Than Code is providing a vital platform for these conversations, and developing new ideas of what i ...
 
Welcome to The Brown Girls Guide to Politics -- the one stop shop for women of color who want to hear and talk about the world of politics. Host A’shanti Gholar leads conversations with women changing the face of politics. Episodes include interviews with politicians, candidates, and influencers. Get ready for roundtables, analyzing current events, and more!
 
Podcast about academia, culture, and social justice across the STEM/humanities divide. Dr. Liz Wayne and Dr. Christine "Xine" Yao are two women of color Ivy League PhDs navigating higher education. Biomedical engineer meets literary critic. Both fans of lipstick.
 
Interviews with women leaders, executives and entrepreneurs who want to be happy, healthy and fulfilled. Whether it’s physical or sexual health, juggling life and work, professional development or financial success, emotional or spiritual wellness, a Well Woman is passionate about achieving her highest level of well being. Calling on the wisdom and lessons of Byron Katie, Oprah Winfrey, Brene Brown and Marie Forleo, each episode is packed with tips and best practices for women who are doing ...
 
Hello, fellow Heathens. You have found a podcast about horror films! Your hosts will guide you through films that classify as "true" horror, (as well as "I think that's horror?", and "eh, it's spooky"), all while giving you their candid and hilarious thoughts as two women of color. But before your start, beware - there WILL be spoilers!
 
Being a woman is hard. Being a women of color in the 21 century is even harder. Listen as Ritha Pierre takes you on a journey through FREEda’s World. A platform that addresses various issues faced by women of color in the work place. Here, we discuss the pressures, the expectations, the highs and the lows. We talk about all of it right here! So if you are down to laugh, cry, engage in real talk and just celebrate women, grab your glass of wine, apple cider, tea or whatever it is that you dri ...
 
Facial Recognition Comedy is a group of stand-up comedians who identify as women of Indian, South Asian, or Arab descent. It was founded to dispel the myth that “there can only be one,” as well as to emphasize that “we are not the same person.” In our podcast, FRC founders Fizaa Dosani, Pallavi Gunalan, and Zahra Ali sit down with a new guest each week to probe their unique perspectives, as well as discuss our own history, culture, and challenges as women of color.
 
Aamber and Charlie understand that adulting as millennial black women in Los Angeles is not easy. These best friends started Ladies Doing Stuff Podcast so that women can know they are not alone in their desire for perfection, or even just for survival. After college graduation, the ladies simply picked up their high school friendship right where they left off; but they found that their adult lives were not that simple at all. Job losses, new marriages, and keeping friendships are just a few ...
 
Denise Aquino and Patricia Destine are two women of color who are dedicated to promoting diversity within the sport of rowing. Both are former rowers turned coxswains turned coaches in the sport. Together they have almost 25 years of experience on the erg, at regattas, in the launch, or at the boathouse. No stranger to navigation or microphones, these former coxswains amplify what it’s like to navigate the topic of race within the white-dominated sport of rowing. Like most bodies of water, t ...
 
Spoken word poet, performer, and host Amena Brown, brings hilarious storytelling, soulful conversation and insightful interviews with women of color. HER with Amena Brown invites you into a living room where you can hear new perspectives, listen to poetic readings of things you never thought could be poetic, and celebrate Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and Asian women who because of their contributions to the world and their community are deserving of a crown. Join Amena as she reminds you to ac ...
 
An entertaining and revealing podcast, highlighting some of the most badass minority women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math(STEM) today. You are going to laugh, cry, shout, be inspired, and gain new knowledge right along with me. You ARE going to want to emulate these women. Hosted by award-winning STEM advocate, educator, strategist, mechanical engineer, and motivational speaker, Dr. Natoshia Anderson (Dr. Toshia), join us for an exciting roller coaster ride.
 
The podcast that explores the beautiful, heartbreaking and nuanced stories of interracial dating. Two women of color share their thoughts and experiences about interracial dating. Your hosts Nkechi Njaka and Myisha Battle tackle complicated topics from what it's like for women of color to online date to how pop culture represents interracial relationships.
 
Welcome to Women of Color Talk Biz, the podcast show. Coming to you from the San Francisco Bay Area in California. I’m your host, Monica Barriga-Weyers, and I’m an experienced Digital Content Marketer from LA who has transplanted to the East Bay. This podcast show is a weekly interview-style format release. It's a place where women of color listen in on the hidden rules of business, how-to strategies, and journeys women have taken in their careers, small businesses, or as multi-hyphenates. W ...
 
The Movements is a podcast history of the working class, anti-fascists, revolutionaries, women, people of color, and liberation movements. My history shows are narrative driven and audiobook style, with a focus on serious historical and materialist analysis.History Eps = Scripted Drama, Scholarly Analysis.Stallin' For Time = Opinion, Cuss WordsSupport the show by donating at https://www.patreon.com/movementspod
 
Created and hosted by award-winning journalist Farai Chideya, Our Body Politic is unapologetically centered on reporting on not just how women of color experience the major political events of today, but how they're impacting those very issues. Weekly episodes feature in-depth conversations about the economy, health, politics, education, the environment, and the most prescient issues—because all issues are women's issues. Tune in every Friday everywhere you listen to podcasts, and on public ...
 
Join physicians at Johns Hopkins Medicine for its women’s health podcast series, A Woman’s Journey: Insights That Matter, on the first Thursday of each month. Host Lillie Shockney, acclaimed humorist cancer survivor, and nurse, discusses Women and Heart Disease; Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore; Mindfulness; Sleep; The Microbiome; Advances in Breast Cancer Treatment; Brain Research; A-fib; Kidney Disease in Women of Color; and Memory with Johns Hopkins experts. Learn about medical advances and ...
 
The Heart and Hustle Podcast is a weekly podcast created for women of color entrepreneurs to have a place to talk business and life. Join us every Thursday as we discuss a variety of topics from focusing on your brand to dealing with being an introvert. Angelica Yarde, a designer, developer, and public speaker, shares from her decade-long business and branding experience while Charisma O'Keefe, a social media and branding consulting, shares from experience as designer and what she does when ...
 
A podcast by Arlan Hamilton that goes behind-the-scenes and teaches you how to make your first million dollars, get your first million downloads, or find your first million customers. Arlan is the Founder and Managing Partner of Backstage Capital, has raised more than $10M, and has invested in over 100 companies led by people of color, women, and/or LGBTQ.
 
The Cloudcast is the industry's leading, independent Cloud Computing podcast. Since 2011, co-hosts Aaron Delp & Brian Gracely have interviewed technology and business leaders that are shaping the future of computing. Topics will include Cloud Computing | Open Source | AWS | Azure | GCP | Serverless | DevOps | Big Data | ML | AI | Security | Kubernetes | AppDev | SaaS | PaaS | CaaS | IoT.
 
In My Shoes is a podcast about women of color and the issues we face but sometimes don't get to talk about. We will give our perspective, allowing you a glimpse into what it's like to deal with racism, infertility, mental illness, parenting, relationships, colorism, politics, hair, health, you name it - in our shoes. Sometimes it just takes a moment to hear a personal story to realize things aren't always the way they seem. When you hear someone's personal story you can see things through th ...
 
Point of Origin is about the world of food, worldwide. Each week we travel to different countries exploring culture through food, examining its past and present, and what it teaches us about who we are and how we came to be. Join Whetstone Magazine co-founder host Stephen Satterfield as he connects with those most immersed in defining and preserving global foodways. Along the way we’re drinking natural wine in Australia, sipping tea — Taiwanese Oolong and Sri Lankan Ceylon — and eating frejo ...
 
Ebonies in the Ivory (EITI) is an empowerment and lifestyle brand that aims to support women of color (WOC) prior to, during, and beyond the doctoral process. EITI seeks to validate and champion WOC by providing a platform through which their experiences are acknowledged and their stories are told and heard, including through the publishing of scholarly research. EITI aspires to foster engagement via various mediums, through which the unique intersectional experiences as it relates to higher ...
 
The Sister Source podcast offers a listening-to-action experience that blends interviews with power brokers, movement builders, and policy wonks; segments featuring sisters leading change in their communities; and calls to action that show women of color how to make an impact. Listeners will leave each episode knowing what to do to be an effective changemaker in their community!
 
Fresh Melanin is an on air safe space for women of color to come together and vocalize their individual experiences within the culture we live in. We believe that every self-identifying women should have a voice that's heard. Each episode cultivates a richer understanding of what it means to be young, notable and hilarious.
 
Welcome to The Wellness Glow Up Podcast, a weekly show devoted to helping women of color become their healthiest selves by providing the tools and knowledge to be their own, best health advocates by redefining what it means to truly be well. I’m your host Kayla Nedza, certified International Health Coach and Holistic Nutritionist and founder of Wellness Glow Up Media, the wellness company dedicated to helping women of color become their own best health advocates through wellness, self alignm ...
 
The Grace Over Grind Podcast was created to remind you that it’s okay to make mistakes and have doubts, but always remember to “let go and let God.” Life can get a little hectic, but let God’s grace cover you in the grind of life. This podcast is hosted by Ashley Monique Goode, a Self-Strategist that works with millennial women of color to build confidence and self-love, so they can overcome their fears and self-doubt. She hopes that through Grace Over Grind you will build confidence, streng ...
 
Sex was never the only battleground for women’s voting rights. Amended, a podcast from Humanities New York, marks the centennial of the 19th Amendment by challenging the suffrage story most Americans learn in school. Host Laura Free, a historian of women and politics, and her guests take us back to the 1800's and up to the present day to tell the stories of under-recognized women who also fought injustice based on race, citizenship status and class.
 
On She Goes; a travel & lifestyle podcast made for women of color, by women of color. The goal of On She Goes is to uplift the voices of ALL women of color, and to encourage women of color to travel more confidently, more adventurously and more often. The On She Goes crew discusses a range of topics from, Traveling while Black, Representation in Mainstream Media, The Great Outdoors, Getting Paid to Travel, Politics, Transracial Adoption, Road Trips, Ancestry, Current Events and more.
 
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On this episode we talk through good self care practices for women of color. It is super important that we as minority women take care of ourselves. WE MUST DO IT!!!! We give so much to others, but who gives or pours into us? How are we getting full? We have to take the time to do the things that matter to us and are about us. The times we live in …
 
This week's guest is Dr. Justine Roper PT, DPT. She is a certified women’s pelvic specialist & pelvic floor therapist. She has dedicated her life to offering innovative ways to heal her patients’ bodies of pain and other dysfunction through alternative methods. From sexual dysfunction to pelvic pain, many of her patients are impacted by both physic…
 
This audio bio on WOC Talk Biz explains Monica Barriga-Weyer's background and motivation for the new podcast that launched in Sept 2020. In this episode, learn about the following: How the Women of Color (WOC) Talk Biz Podcast began in April 2020 A brief background of the podcast host Women involved in the podcast and community Minimal viable produ…
 
This week Farai Chideya dives into how federal judges are central in the fight to protect reproductive health with Alexis McGill Johnson of Planned Parenthood. We break down the steps in creating more inclusive representation with the cofounders of Women of Color for Progress. Also, understanding how students of HBCUs are mobilizing for the upcomin…
 
Hosts Rekaya Gibson and Angela Spears discuss the Los Angeles Dodgers’ World Series win over the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 6. They share some facts about the Dodgers. They highlight Dodgers players Corey Seager, Mookie Betts, and Tony Gonsolin. They also share their thoughts about the Rays replacing Pitcher Blake Snell in the 6th inning. Did the Dodge…
 
Handing in your PhD dissertation and disrupting the field of archaeology is exhausting enough... but during a global pandemic? Archaeologist Alex Fitzpatrick talks to PhDiva Xine on the cusp of earning her degree about precarity, post-dissertation depression, and the strangeness of a Chinese diasporic migrant in the United Kingdom. Twitter @Archaeo…
 
Yall, Please tell me why our hair is a war. Why are minority women being fired or not getting jobs because of their hair. Who determines what is "professional"? What is acceptable and what is not? That's the discussion and unfortunately, this conversation took place years ago and we are STILL talking about it now. Support the show (https://cash.app…
 
This is a throwback episode where we discuss the pay gap for women in general and minority women in specifics. We also talk through how to negotiate your salary. It is a hard but necessary conversation to have about a subject that we have not really been taught how to do or do it well. It serves us as minority women to negotiate for ourselves. The …
 
#037 - Kyley Jones is a black rower who just finished a 7-year rowing career rowing at UC San Diego. She shares powerful insight on inclusion, intersectionality, and community through her anthropological lens. With mere days before the 2020 election and days just following another murder of a black man, her words are what we need to hear right now.…
 
Let’s be real. You can’t talk Wellness without mentioning yoga. While the Yoga Industry like to put forth a ‘Love and Light’ ethos, it also has problems with Cultural Erasure and Appropriation, Disability Inclusion, and White Capitalism. On this episode, we speak to a great guest who tells us how the Yoga Industry needs to improve, how she is an ac…
 
Money shares some alliterative strategies to prevent compassion fatigue, gives some suggestions of pods you might like if you love Nikeeta’s word, celebrates Ghanaian filmmaker Selasie Djameh as QueerWOC of the week and shares about her new favorite toy =PIntro by TRUTH of Mother Nature. If you love the intro, listen to their new album Portalz here…
 
Join Ellen and Imani as they interview Deun Ivory on her divine path, creativity within wellness and the birth of The Body a Home for Love; which is shifting culture around how black women heal from sexual trauma. You can find more about membership and giving to The Body a Home for Love and the work that Deun Ivory and her team are doing https://th…
 
As Covid has impacted our day to day, we've gotten so many messages on what we should be doing during this quarantine time that we can be a little hard on our selves. Our advice: ensure that you're practicing self compassion, both now and forever. If you're unsure what self compassion is and how to think about giving yourself, Kayla shares 3 things…
 
Gazmine "GG" Mason is a powerhouse and inspiration to young Black girls everywhere who may want to breakthrough in a sport or industry where there are few people who look that they do. GG talks with In My Shoes about her career as a pro-bowler, what it's like to see very few people who look like her in the sport. She discusses how she got started, …
 
0:00 - 14:19 - We're letting you know that you can reach out to us next week! Election Day is a big deal but we will be available for you so please get in touch if you need to. 14:19 - 49:47 - We are talking to the lovely Margaret "Margo" Francois of Busy Yoga Mom. Margo talks to us about her journey into becoming a yoga teacher, how she strives fo…
 
In this episode, we speak with Kiana Estevez, Founder at Aisle Mine which provides chef-led virtual cooking experiences. We chat with Kiana about the experience of building a business during the COVID-19 pandemic, dealing with unfortunate situations of discrimination, the importance of food in building community and DEI plus a lot more!Follow Us:Ne…
 
On the Well Woman Show this week, I am celebrating ten years of being in business for myself! In those ten years, I worked with many large academic and government institutions as well as non-profits and entrepreneurs. And what I realized is that when women are not supported to thrive and when their leadership is undermined, whole projects and commu…
 
What do we mean when we say anthropology? And specifically food anthropology? We're talking about a word we use often and a word embedded in Whetstone lexicon and ideology. But it's also a word we have never defined. While it is a generous term that at its core is about the relationship between human beings and the world, we recognize the problemat…
 
Dr. Kathie-Ann Joseph is a surgeon and researcher at New York University Langone Health where she specializes in breast surgery and oncology surgery. Joseph is also the chief of breast surgery at Bellevue Medical Center, where she was recognized in 2015 as Bellevue's Physician of the Year. Joseph works to reduce disparities in cancer care in order …
 
02:11 - Brian’s Superpower: Being Able to Teach People Stuff Guiding Learners Towards Outcomes and Success Connecting with Students on a Deeper Level Active Learning 13:15 - Building Relationships Adults vs Kids Tapping Into Individual Motivation 18:34 - Learning Useful, Real-World Material Exercises For Programmers Systems Thinking Speech by Dr. R…
 
Actor, comedian, and friend of Facial Rec, Sahana Srinivasan sits down with Pallavi to talk the latest scandal in which Christina Pazsitzky’s 2017 racist jokes about Indians resurface on twitter, the new Borat, and the allure of mukbang videos. Sahana reveals the drama behind the scenes as a Costco sample giver and the ladies are on a mission to be…
 
This week I’m answering YOUR questions about my favorite dance movie, my love for donuts and how to overcome imposter syndrome. I asked on social media and you answered by sharing your thoughts on things you should never say to a woman. I’m also sharing my top 5 quintessential Black girl books. For the show notes and transcript, visit http://amenab…
 
Episode Main Points: 1) It is vitally important that we are supportive of one another. We still have so much to overcome. All of the "isms" still exist and in this current climate are at the forefront. We must actively and collectively fight them. 2) The work that Errika does to support our students in the K-16 space is super important but it doesn…
 
During this week's episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with a very successful escort. She shares her transition from working in Corporate America, the difference between sugaring (being a sugar baby) and escorting, and her advice on why being your authentic self will take you far in this lifestyle. This is one of my favorite episodes so enjoy! …
 
Higher Heights for America is a political action committee dedicated to getting more Black women elected at all levels. RUN AAPI is an organization dedicated to reaching out to young Asian American and Pacific Islander voters. The Brown Girls Guide to Politics Podcast is all about amplifying the voices of women who are too often forgotten in media …
 
CW: cannibalism. In this episode, Hailey teaches Alexis about the continuous terrible decisions by the Essex whaling boys, Alexis would rather be eaten than be on a boat like they are, and the horrors of capitalism. Special thanks to Swing Whale for our music and to our patrons: Kathleen, Katelynn, Ashley, Loreena & Josh, Gamy, Sadie, Natalie, Nata…
 
On this week's episode of the pod, Kayla brings her 2 ride or dies back on the pod to discuss relationships & sex for some much needed girl time. Because this is one of their favorite topics, Kayla wanted to bring Mariama and Thara back on to answer your sex and relationships questions. The three of them took some time to reflect on their own relat…
 
She Se Puede founders Jess Morales Rocketto and Stephanie Valencia get real about what’s at stake this election, including Covid recovery, the environment, and immigration policy. Stephanie reminds us there are lives on the line. Jess encourages us to think about how our choices affect others. And Alicia gets emotional about the power of the Latino…
 
Hosts Rekaya Gibson and Angela Spears celebrate their 200th episode of Black Girls Talk Sports Podcast by streaming live in their Facebook Group. They discuss NFL Week 7 and give their picks. They also share what podcasting has meant to them. #KeepItSporty Podcast Items of Interest: Support Us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/BlackGirlsTalkSpor…
 
In this live session of Minority Report Podcast at IAB Podcast Upfront 2020, we chat with Justina Omokhua, SVP, Brand Marketing at Endeavor. Listen as we discuss Justina's family background that shaped who she is today, her career journey and the role brands play in diversity, equity, and inclusion.Follow Us:Newsletter: http://bitly.com/2QLEY8UTwit…
 
This week Farai Chideya explores Black gun ownership with journalist Trymaine Lee, and takes the pulse of voters in California with Representative Karen Bass. A pediatrician helps us understand how to support kids through the pandemic, and a former Secret Service agent gives us tips for staying safe at the polls. Plus, one writer’s escape to Paris.…
 
#036 - Eva Walker Outlaw is a breast cancer survivor and African American rower at an organization called Recovery on Water. In this episode, we talked about: Eva’s diagnosis [2:26] When Recover on Water came into her life [28:12] Benefits of rowing [30:32] Her experience with subtle racist moments in rowing [31:22] Another reason why visibility is…
 
Comedian, crafty creative, and thriving cannabis mom, Angie Stocker joins Zahra to talk about the benefits of pandemic life. Angie shares her experience of marrying white. Zahra rants about inequities in Hollywood, and they both come together to celebrate hoes! How can you support their pandemic ventures? Tune in to the Facial Recognition Comedy Po…
 
This week's guest is Dr. Michael Krychman, a doctor of sexual medicine, a board certified obstetrician and gynecologist, and a clinical sexual counselor and author. Dr Krychman has devoted his career to helping patients and their partners overcome sexual health challenges and experience a higher quality of physical intimacy. Dr. Krychman is also a …
 
From the Institute for Women's Policy Research: "According to our research, if change continues at the same slow pace as it has done for the past fifty years, it will take Hispanic women (until) until 2224 and Black women until 2130 for equal pay” While there's so many factors that come into play with equal pay, one thing we can work on right now i…
 
Welcome to the one hundred and forty-third episode of the Heart + Hustle podcast. We are answering a few listener questions and we are talking about different ways to set boundaries personally and professionally. We talk about the importance of setting boundaries, the steps to put them into place, and how to hold yourself accountable.For show notes…
 
In this episode, we speak with Charlie Echeverry, Founder/Managing Partner at Black/Brown. We had a great conversation with Charlie covering a wide range of topics including his career journey, the mission behind Black/Brown, why he invests in travel, his thoughts on DEI and a lot more! Be sure to check out his podcast, The Diversity Remix: https:/…
 
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