Best african american women podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Listen in to hear about the good, bad and ugly of how black women and girls are treated in the media and the world at large. With occasional guests and exploring other groups this show is for fans of black chicks and diversity in general.
 
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Cinema In Noir
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Unabashed film talk from three mahogany film mavens. Hosted by Candice Frederick, Rebecca Theodore-Vachon, and Kimberly Renee.
 
Educating. Empowering. Uniting.
 
Everything Black People Need To Know But, Are Too Distracted To Ask...
 
This show is always a call to action! We're bringing women as well as men together, and having some honest conversation about Black sexual politics and changing what has been destructive. We're producing insight into the historical context and detailing the stories that expose abuse based on race, sex, gender, class and other intersecting oppressions in the lives of women (and men) in our communities.
 
Changing Attitudes About Natural Hair
 
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Imperative Radio
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The Black Women’s Health Imperative (Imperative) is the place where Black women’s health matters!For more than 25, the Imperative has been a leader in promoting optimum health for Black women across the life span – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Its vision is to develop information, resources and programs that help Black women become informed stewards of their own health and well-bring. Through advocacy, education and leadership development, the Imperative has touched the ...
 
A show about current events affecting African American women. IN particular, relationships and negative portrayals of Black women in popular culture.
 
The Phenomenal Women Radio Show - This show is a tribute to the daily lives and struggles of the women of color. It is an outlet and also a way to provide a resource with direction.If you would like to be featured on our show please send a bio to : events@thephenomenalwomen.org
 
Meet Kimberly and LaShana ... This Is Their Story: Maintaining The Me In Marriage And Motherhood.
 
TEA Time is a show were for uniquely different Black Women come together to talk about various topics relevant in the community and/or for women. They don't hold back and they are not politically correct. Caution: The Tea might be Hot!!!
 
Talking about the black communities problems and their solutions!
 
An atheist and a Muslim with way too much time on their hands decided to host a show. Get ready to hear some truth from our factory.
 
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TonyTRealTalk
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RealTalk Radio With A Christian Twist "ALWAYS REMEMBER TO BREAK THE CYCLE"
 
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Social Riot Radio
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Social Riot Radio is an edutainment show. Talk with a purpose. Insightful, realistic, relatable and entertaining. Smart talks about love, relationships, friendships, morals, culture, lifestyles, etc. To entertain my listeners and educate them to real life situations that people go through on a daily basis. You never can tell how someone's experiences may be beneficial to someone listening. "If we can share our story with someone who responds with empathy and understanding, shame can't survive".
 
Re:Actions is a podcast that tackles both trivial and serious issues that plague our society. We are committed to questioning, researching, and reacting to the universe. Without this process, change is not possible. Join us every week to question, research, and react. We value your voice, so please share your Re:Actions with us by sending us a message.
 
The Alynetta Beck Gospel Experience (ABGE) is a 2-hour gospel music show heard on www.KHAMradio.com, an Internet radio station. The features contemporary and traditional Gospel music as well as motivation, interviews, and daily living tips. The show is hosted by radio veteran Alynetta Beck.
 
You must have a goal bigger than your current situation if you want to improve your future. Ask yourself, what is your goal? What do you want to accomplish? Want to be healthy and enjoy your family? These are goals worth working for. The most important lesson that I learned is the first step in any healing process is to change your mind. Romans 12:2 says, "Don't copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you wi ...
 
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Thinking Out Loud
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Wanna Think: We get you talking about what's going on in the world. Current Events, Politics, and Pop Culture....all in one show!
 
Stephannie E. R. Solomon has authored "Conversations With The King", "Living With The King" and "Aging With Grace". She is also a contributing author to "Sister Strength" and "Sister To Sister: Devotions For and From African American Women" . Hear her teach weekly from her books and interview Christian writers. Learn more about the author at www.StephannieBooks.com and the following social networks:Google, Twitter, AudioBoom, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Blog Talk Radio.
 
This show is about all the things that would be discussed over a few glasses of wine. Dating, relationships, family, body issues and mental health are explored regularly, particularly from the perspective of African American women (sometimes men too!). We want to give a voice to things that you think but may never say or even things that are just not talked about.... mental health in the black community anyone? A new episode airs every two weeks on Sunday evenings. You can listen on BlogTalk ...
 
This podcast was developed as part of an elementary-level Clark County School District Teaching American History Grant. The three-year grant will fund six modules per year with each module focusing on a different era of American history and a different pedagogical theme. This podcast focuses on Native Americans of the Colonial Era and Technology Integration in Elementary Schools. Participants in the grant are third, fourth, and fifth grade teachers in Clark County (the greater Las Vegas area ...
 
Welcome to Everyday Black History! Where we highlight the contributions of Black Men and Women both Past and present. Here we celebrate Afro Appreciation, where Black American, Africans and Afro Latino people and institutions.
 
Breastfeeding among the African American community has been stagnant over the years, and getting the proper knowledge that our community needs, will change these statistics in the near future. Along with other social media platforms, that are based around African American women breastfeeding, "The Lets Talk Breastfeeding" podcast is another source of knowledge that is also striving to change the numbers!
 
Hagar's Daughter was first published serially in "The Colored American Magazine" in 1901-1902 by Pauline E. Hopkins, a prominent African-American novelist, journalist, historian, and playwright. The book was described as "a powerful narrative of love and intrigue, founded on events which happened in the exciting times immediately following the assassination of President Lincoln: a story of the Republic in the power of Southern caste prejudice toward the Negro." (From the January, 1901, issue ...
 
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TheSpin1
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The Spin is a weekly one hour podcast featuring women of color talking policy, social justice, race, sex, gender, power, love. It's a pioneering podcast led by award winning international journalist ESTHER ARMAH. We air in the US, Ghana, London. The Spin rostrum mixes the brilliance of activists, organizers, academics, journalists and artists to create engaging, dynamic, powerful podcasts. This is a global production team led by Esther Armah. It combines and includes Starr FM radio in Ghana, ...
 
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SCOTUS rules against workers. Workers must abide by forced arbitration clauses. Welcome to the privatization of our court system. Justice Neil “Elections-have-consequences” Gorsuch wrote for the majority. The ruling has potentially significant implications for #MeToo movement. The highlight of the ruling was Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s blistering dis ...…
 
Get ready for an incredible weight loss story. Weighing 525 lbs at her heaviest, @ColeenSykesRay, a mother of 2 had to take at least 10 different medications for obesity related diseases just to get through the day. She’s had congestive heart failure, diabetes, hypertension, kidney issues, bladder problems, asthma and joint pain. She recalls he ...…
 
Everyone remembers Daphne Maxwell Reid as an iconic TV mom, THE FRESH PRINCE OF BEL-AIRE These days Reid is a Renaissance woman, still happily married to pioneering television actor/producer/writer/director Tim Reid (“WKRP in Cincinnati,” “Frank’s Place”). She has appeared on some of the Best shows on TV including SIMON & SIMON, CROSSING JORDAN ...…
 
There are some jobs it seems like no one would ever want. Who wants to pump a septic tank, why on earth would you ever work in a restaurant dish tank, who in the world would ever deal with dead people? Us humans are infatuated with rationalizing our place in the world by comparing it with those who have it worse. But the concept of “those who h ...…
 
“When the Companion comes, whom I will send from the Father—the Spirit of Truth who proceeds from the Father—he will testify about me. You will testify too, because you have been with me from the beginning. “I didn’t say these things to you from the beginning, because I was with you. But now I go away to the one who sent me. None of you ask me, ...…
 
In this podcast we talk about "White Women's Tears," how race, victimhood, overreacting, and entitlement play into overuse of police being called on African Americans by white women
 
Listen as host Tiffany Spraggins-Payne speaks with Quanisha Green, the founder of Black Woman CEO. Her formal education is in sociology and she founded Black Woman CEO and the Black Women Rise Movement. They speak about her journey from one of New York's worst projects to her role as a business coach, helping African American women take the nex ...…
 
Black culture from a African American women experience. The will to change your life and know you are valid in your feelings sis
 
Rita Mitchell (IG: @ritapmitchell_oyp) summarizes her story with one word – determination. And her career proves it. A 35 year veteran of the financial services industry, Rita went from being told she didn’t have enough experience to be a waitress at Red Lobster to a top executive at First Tennessee Bank, breaking barriers at every step along t ...…
 
Mother's day represents a time when people are celebrated for their hard work and dedication to the family. Mother's day also should be a reminder for mothers to also take care of themselves. Many times African American women uphold this badge of strength while they are being inwardly crushed by the weights of life. What do they do? The keep it ...…
 
TMG recognizes the importance of mothers in History and in the Gospel. First, Kris salute's African American women for upholding the family through generations of slavery, oppression, and depression. Second, He explains the importance of women in the Bible and in sharing the Gospel, and Last, Honoring all women for what they have done now and k ...…
 
Guest Speaker Marichal Haynes joins Anne on this episode where he talk about his fight to enter the Information Technology and Cybersecurity space. He also talks about the lack of African American women represented and what someone needs to do to get a job as a cybersecurity specialist.
 
Guest Speaker Dr. Stephanie McGencey, CEO/Founder of the Women's Equity Center and Action Network (WECan) who talks with Anne about her experience in philanthropy and public policy background. Her motivation for her business is to fight for African American Women to get a seat at the government table so they can have a say in current public pol ...…
 
Appointed by Mayor Ted Wheeler, Danielle Outlaw was sworn in on October 2, 2017 as the 48th Chief of Police for the Portland Police Bureau, the first African-American woman to serve in the position. A champion of community policing, the hiring of Chief Outlaw gives some Portlanders hope that the city will accelerate its commitment to improving ...…
 
Alexandria Cunningham talks eroticism and black women on this week’s episode of Two&Fro. Cunningham is a graduate student in African and African Diaspora studies at the University of Texas in Austin. Her work focuses on Black Feminism, Black Sexual Politics, Fantasy and Eroticism, Sexual Economies, Hip-Hop, and Popular and Strip Club Culture. N ...…
 
Suzanne speaks with Malini Nijagal, MD, MPH, of UCSF to learn what motivated her new call to action in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, which outlines how maternity care providers can prepare for the shift to value-based payment. Malini also shares how episode-based payments can unlock higher-quality maternity care and even help ...…
 
PART 2!!! Join Brew Theology again on episode 81 (Part 2 of 2) when Ryan, Janel and Piper continue having a liberating and refreshing conversation with Dr. *Jennifer S. Leath from Iliff School of Theology. The topic: Frontiers in Womanism: Quareing The Approach! If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, give this episod ...…
 
Get comfortable and listen as we tackle the issue everyone's been talking about. Kanye aka Yeezus aka crazy fool. What's his deal? Is there a need for serious discussion about mental health among black men? What about professional women of color? As we laugh and make memes about Kanye's crazy talk, let's consider our own mental health issues. M ...…
 
Episode 14 of The Career Tipper features Tonya Hicks. Tonya is the President/CEO of Power Solutions. She is is the first woman journeyman wireman in Local Union 917 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (I.B.E.W.) and the among the first few African-American Women to be I.B.E.W. in the State of Mississippi. Tonya continues to b ...…
 
Veronica O. Davis, PE is a transportation nerd who uses her knowledge to sparkprogressive social change in the community. Currently, she is a co-owner and PrincipalPlanning Manager at Nspiregreen LLC. In July 2012, the White House recognized her as aChampion of Change and Transportation Innovator for her professionalaccomplishments and communit ...…
 
I met MacKenzie sophomore year of high school, and it has been amazing to watch her journey unfold over the years to where she is now. After dedicating her entire life to swimming, on the path to be in the Olympics, life took a surprising turn, and she was asked to surrender those plans. After taking some time to grieve what she thought her lif ...…
 
Welcome back to The Emancipation Podcast Station - the place to hear about history researched and retold through the eyes of Middle school and HS students. Last time on the show… Today we discuss The age of empire. Let’s dive in. Was he a good president? Why or why not? William McKinley - Presidential Podcast Gabe - McKinley was the 25th presid ...…
 
Meghan Beals hosts this theatre podcast, a deep dive into the themes and production elements of a new production in Chicago. This episode looks at The Cake, by Bekah Brunstetter, produced by Rivendell Theatre Ensemble (closes May 20, 2018). THE PLAY:Jen lives in New York but has always dreamed of getting married in her small North Carolina home ...…
 
Topics Discussed In Today's Episode:• Starbucks is in the hot seat after racial discrimination in philly• J.cole drops KOD 🔥• 24 year old girl agrees to smuggle cocaine in exchange for a free vacation to take photos for ig• Women & Weed• Shoutout to DC police, they will now be taking African American history classes.• Are we working to die/ sho ...…
 
Welcome back to The Emancipation Podcast Station - the place to hear about history researched and retold through the eyes of Middle school and HS students. Last time on the show… Today we discuss The American West. Let’s dive in. How was Hayes different than other presidents? Rutherford B Hayes - Presidential Podcast Gabe - Ruther B Hayes actua ...…
 
Dating Conversations With The Grown & Sexy is a podcast that focuses on experiences with people over the age of 40+, and how they exist and navigate relationships. Your hosts are Stacey and Val, two African American women with loads of experience to share. Each week there will be a different guest.
 
The 2018 legislative session lasted only 27 days—a week less than the constitution allows. Join us to find out what legislation passed and what policy priorities were tabled for 2019. Questions we might ask include: What does the "boyfriend loophole" mean and how was it fixed? Will new legislation mean changes in how prescription drugs are pric ...…
 
Dr. Hattery and Dr. Smith make a compelling case that the policing of Black bodies goes far beyond these individual stories of brutality. They connect the regulation of African American people in many settings, including the public education system and the criminal justice system, into a powerful narrative about the many ways Black bodies are p ...…
 
BHL This Week – Join Courtney Stewart, Derrial Christon, and Jesse Janedy as they recall the top stories of the week on This Week for April 5th, 2018. CALIFORNIA CONSIDERING AN UNPRECEDENTED LAW RESTRICTING POLICE FIREARM USE https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/california-police-force- legislation_us_5ac3c013e4b00fa46f872c28 BLACKN WOMEN OVER ...…
 
Bill Hendricks: Well welcome to The Table podcast where we discuss issues of God and culture. I’m Bill Hendricks, Executive Director for Christian Leadership at the Hendricks Center. Today we want to look at really what is the dark side of culture and this is the whole topic of human trafficking. I want to get into this by telling a story. It’s ...…
 
She was the first African American women to have a patented invention for a medical purpose
 
We travel to new heights on this episode of Girls! Girls! Girls with Dr Mae Jemison; tech pioneer, doctor, volunteer, and the first African American woman in space. This is one small step for women, one giant leap for womenkind. Follow on Twitter: @GGGpod NEW EPISODE EVERY THURSDAY Theme music: 'Heavy, Crazy, Serious' - Blank and Kytt Find out ...…
 
The African American women to hold a patent for a software invention (Linkline)
 
In this episode, we look into the compelling world view and craftmanship of playwright Mamie Burrill—a woman who used the art of drama to incite powerful social and moral debates during the early twentieth-century. We analyze one of her plays as part of our “Femininity” theme and discuss timely topics like reproductive rights, cultural expectat ...…
 
'Guideline number one is if it feels wrong, it is.' Joe Dolcetti Click To Tweet Joe Dolcetti is a futurist and an innovator in the field of human performance with an intimate and innate understanding of human movement and flow. He has a conditioning training, coaching and sport science career that has spanned over 31 years around the globe and ...…
 
Note: to read entire articles from which the following quotes come, click on the names of the news outlets that are in bold. The Philadelphia Inquierer “When something happens in the black community, we don’t get a lot of support,” – Sullivan, age 17 “Politicians are going out of their way to help these kids. And there’s just a disconnect — whe ...…
 
Stacy Washington, conservative radio host and contributor, returns to the podcast to discuss her position as co-chair of the Project 21 National Advisory Board. This is an initiative of the National Center for Public Policy Research that promotes the views of African-Americans whose entrepreneurial spirit, dedication to family and commitment to ...…
 
Culturally specific and alternative newspapers play an important role in providing news and information to communities which have traditionally been underserved or ignored by mainstream media, including community members whose first language isn’t English. And while all news outlets are struggling as they compete with online content and the adv ...…
 
Hello Friends! Thank you for tuning into this week's episode of The Mission Podcast! My conversation with author and Pastor, Sarah Griffith Lund has been put on hold! I will keep you updated on rescheduling Sarah's interview but for now, enjoy this week's episode with a special clip from a previous guest. Below are this week's resources for Wom ...…
 
John 12:20-33 Title: Dying to Live Some Greeks were among those who had come up to worship at the festival. They came to Philip, who was from Bethsaida in Galilee, and made a request: “Sir, we want to see Jesus.” Philip told Andrew, and Andrew and Philip told Jesus. Jesus replied, “The time has come for the Human One to be glorified. I assure y ...…
 
Student Loan Debt Is Hindering Graduates From Succession In Their Profession By Edward Robinson It’s The EdRoboTech.com Podcast Series, called “Ed Is Better With Tech”, for Friday, March 16th, 2018. I’m Edward Robinson! An increasing number of Student Loan Debtors, many who are graduates who hold Associate’s Degree, Bachelor’s Degree, or Gradua ...…
 
Episode Image by SagieTheme songHoodGrown by David-James @davedashjames_https://soundcloud.com/davedashjamesTransition musicNathan Peters@mztrwlsn @mrwilsonbeatshttps://soundcloud.com/mrwilsonbeats**Special month theme music: Beyoncé “Grown woman” TAG THE ARTIST:SAGIE VANGELINA http://www.sagievangelina.com/@Rastagrandpahttps://vimeo.com/sagiev ...…
 
Host Bojidar Marinov Description “God doesn’t tolerate the injustice of closed borders for too long.” Assigned reading: Mark Mathabane, Kaffir Boy Listen Transcript Welcome to Episode 68 of Axe to the Root Podcast, part of the War Room Productions, I am Bo Marinov, and for the next 30 minutes we will look at a crystal clear example of covenanta ...…
 
March 29, 1989. Brooklyn, New York. A 22-year old African-American woman named Monique Rivera and her six-week old son, Andre Bryant, leave on a shopping trip with two unidentified women, but never return. The following day, Monique’s murdered body is discovered in a wooded area, but Andre is nowhere to be found. Within the next four-and-a-half ...…
 
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