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Black & Published is for BIPOC literary artists--poets, playwrights, and storytellers of all kinds--who have had their work published or produced through mainstream publishers, filmmakers, or theater companies, or they've taken the indie route and released their work on their own. This podcast exists to discuss what it means to be a writer, dissect the writing process, and demystify the steps between concept and publication or production.
 
The Make Ur Mark Podcast features People of Colour and their stories of resilience. The show aims to amplify the voices of BIPOC professionals, their journeys and how they overcame systemic barriers. Led by the unapologetic acclaimed host Kym Niles known for boldly exploring taboo conversations, this show will serve your spirit taking you on an introspective voyage, while providing insight and strategies to ignite your potential.
 
The Start Within Podcast seeks to disrupts the narrative about what it means to be strong in mind, body and spirit – particularly for people of color. You'll hear candid insights from Coach Colette about her personal growth journey, along with interviews of BIPOC coaches, healers and founders sharing how they stay healthy while pursuing their goals. You'll want to listen as certified stress management coach, Colette Ellis, shatters the myth of the "Strong Black Woman" who is supposed to be s ...
 
By 2021, worldwide video games sales are expected to hit $140 billion – Last year there were over two billion gamers in the world. Although still male dominated, around 41% of gamers in 2020 were female. AbleGamers estimates that there are 33 million gamers with disabilities in the US alone. Numbers for LGBTQ+ and BIPOC gamers are unreliable and under researched. What we do know is that all these groups are underrepresented within the gaming world.The designers and developers are still large ...
 
A podcast where we keep it real when it comes to the uncomfortable conversations about race and identity. Each week we interview community organizers, entertainers, political figures and BIPOC residents about their perspectives on current events. Hosted by Rebekah Henderson aka the Tan Tigress, produced and edited by Janece Matsko.
 
The Every Voice Now Podcast showcases the inspiring stories of authors of color and the making of their books. Each episode unpacks the journey of these writers and the challenges they had to overcome along the way to become a published author. In an industry still dominated by whiteness, these stories reveal the extra hurdles that voices of color encounter in their professional and personal lives and provide encouragement for all those who seek to follow in their footsteps. A production of ...
 
Join award winning author, speaker, sex educator and media maker Tristan Taormino as she explores the world of sexuality from every angle. Tristan interviews leading authors, educators, artists and icons about sexual pleasure, sexual wellness, identity, relationships, community, and social justice. Get an inside look at alternative sexual practices, communities, and relationships—like LGBTQIA folx, BDSM, polyamory, sex work, and disability—from both leading and underrepresented voices. Trist ...
 
Do you want to diversify your perspective on road travel? Host Noami Grevemberg and co-host Anaïs Monique dive deep into the stories and weave through the challenges, journeys and inspirations of the diverse voices who, often unheard, make the nomadic community great. Noami is a Black woman and a nomad who has been living in her campervan since 2016. She started Diversify Vanlife in 2019 in response to the lack of representation of BIPOC in the road travel community. In this show, you’ll hea ...
 
Ever feel like all you can do when you look out at the world is throw your hands in the air and scream, 'WHAT WE GON DO!?!?' We Do. Every week host Tre Borden calls up a BIPOC, QUEER, and/or FEMALE friend to share their knowledge and expertise on a subject of social matter. Together they discuss how we got here, where we're going, and how regular folks can help create a hopeful future without losing our minds in the process. Topics range from: Racism in the Museum World, How to Twerk For Jus ...
 
Are you easily confused by terms like cultural appropriation, cisgender, toxic masculinity, twunk, queer, black girl magic, and woke? Or maybe you’re tired of explaining terms like these and you need a community that gets you! Welcome to Minority Korner, where we take an introspective look at the world. through an intersectional lens. Join James: a queer, political, comedian, self proclaimed, sexy blerd (that’s Black Nerd) and each week he's joined in the Korner by another fabulous minority ...
 
Hello my friend and thank you for tuning in and welcome to the SHE SPEAKS Podcast by The Great Canadian Woman. My name is Sarah Swain and I am the founder of The Great Canadian Woman, an empowered multi-media organization and inclusive community that focuses on producing 100% Canadian content to put the spotlight on the powerful and inspiring Womxn right here in Canada. We host events, we publish books, we produce a collaborative blog, we run a book club that tackles tough issues facing Cana ...
 
Hungry to sink your teeth into something new? This isn't your average white-washed furry podcast. Furs of color are being open, raw, and REAL. Interviews that ask the real questions to dig into the people under the fur. What will it take to convince 83% of furries that the fandom isn't as open and accepting as they think? Note: That this podcast is 18+ only, and the views expressed here may not represent the furry fandom as a whole.
 
Fare of the Free Child podcast focuses on Black people, Indigenouse people, and People of Color (BIPOC) families who practice unschooling and other forms of Self-Directed, decolonized living and learning. Each weekly episode examines a particular way that we’ve accepted coercive, emotionally and physically damaging habits as a normal part of adult-child relationships. With a focus on deschooling one’s self, decolonizing education, and exploring radical self-expression, this podcast both chal ...
 
Reclaiming culture as a vehicle for wellness and empowerment, Well Damn invites you to help co-create a future we can all get behind as Well Damn's BIPOC female founder Morgan Lynzi, and her co-hosts, bring you interviews and conversations that are deeper than your average at the intersection of wellness and our current unpredictable culture. Each week the crew connects with experts, celebs, rebels, and mystics to uncover how we all can co-create our own version of a "well damn" good life an ...
 
Musician Ami Dang chats with womxn, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+ and/or genderqueer music producers and composers to explore how identity and politics are interwoven within our music practice, the tools and technology that we use, and how we share our work. Through open and honest conversations from one artist to another, That Dang Show reveals how these musicians sit at the helm of the future, their identities, and their work.
 
An unedited take on life – the No Visuals Podcast hosted by Shanique K. explores mental health, relationships, careers, finances, and everything in between. The No Visuals Podcast is a medium for the community to share our Black experiences and stories - the stories of first-generation immigrant kids, stories of navigating unchartered corporate territory, those waking up to spiritual enlightenment, the people stepping out of the “matrix”, and BIPOC navigating life with no visual representati ...
 
The Latinx empowerment podcast discussing politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma! Through Tamarindo, hosts Ana Sheila Victorino and Brenda Gonzalez use levity to inform, inspire, and impact our community. Join Brenda and Ana Sheila as they delve into discussions on identity, race, gender, representation, and life! Each episode brings a reflection on current political events, and suggestions for mindfulness and grounding, or what we call calma moments.
 
Not Only, But Also examines the beauty and tension of the in-between spaces many of us occupy. Each episode, your hosts Renee and Nicole discuss living and being free in the spaces of both/and. Together, Renee and Nicole are rabble-rousers but also peacekeepers, happy wives yet also feminists, strong yet gentle, mothers but also business owners, faithful Christ-followers but staunchly anti-religion-and that's just the beginning. Quite simply, they are not only what others might assume, but a ...
 
In Native Lights, people in Native communities around Mni Sota Mkoce - a.k.a. Minnesota - tell their stories about finding their gifts and sharing them with the community. These are stories of joy, strength, history, and change from Native people who are shaping the future and honoring those who came before them. Native Lights is also a weekly, half-hour radio program hosted by Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe members and siblings, Leah Lemm and Cole Premo. Native Lights is a space for people in Na ...
 
Social Pros shines the spotlight on social media practitioners, people doing the real work for real companies. Each episode includes insights from a leading social media strategist plus current trends and ideas in the social media industry, discussed and ratified or debunked by Jay Baer of Convince & Convert and Adam Brown of Salesforce. Finally, each episode ends with The Big Two where our guest gives us their rapid-fire answers to two important questions.
 
Unity in Yoga engages listeners through the teaching, practice, and discussion of yoga. Host Maya Breuer, Yoga Alliance’s VP of Cross-Cultural Advancement, chats with guests from the yoga and wellness community representing a broad range of cultural and philosophical perspectives in a collective effort to promote inclusion, accessibility, and better health through yoga.
 
Language moves fast and Word Bomb is here to help. Unpacking one explosive word per week, hosts Pippa Johnstone and Karina Palmitesta talk to experts and dive deep into lived experiences to share stories the dictionary doesn't tell you.
 
On the Cusp of Something Beautiful is a podcast dedicated towards building community and creating family around BIPOC creatives, aspiring creatives, and their allies, seeking to connect deeper with their artistic expression and authentic essence on a cosmic and spiritual level. Each week, Amickoleh Imani will be discussing a range of topics centered around art, creativity, mental health & wellness, and developing a deeper relationship with our intuitive gifts in order to live life with more ...
 
At Real Food Media, we believe each one of us has a story to tell, and that sharing our stories strengthens our communities and our movements. Our two podcast series bring you stories from the food movement through a powerful combination of “book smarts” and “street smarts” (or is it soil savvy?). Real Food Reads, our long-standing book club and podcast, interviews the authors of today’s most important books at the intersection of food, politics, and culture. And our newest podcast series, F ...
 
FROM OPEN AIR TO ON THE AIR! Join WNYC and The Public Theater as we bring Free Shakespeare in the Park to the airwaves with William Shakespeare’s RICHARD II. Brought to you in a serialized radio broadcast over four nights, listen as the last of the divinely anointed monarchs descends and loses it all. When King Richard banishes his cousin Henry Bolingbroke and deprives him of his inheritance, he unwittingly creates an enemy who will ultimately force him from the throne. One of the Bard’s onl ...
 
In roller derby, holding space is an empowering, often intimidating, act of strength and strategy for one's self and/or teammates. Holding Space (the podcast) clears the floor for conversations that touch upon race, class, identity, and privilege to amplify stories, build community, and make more human connections in the skate world. Holding Space with Magical Wheelism is now available on Apple, Spotify, Google Play, and Youtube. Help support the pod grow by subscribing and sharing it with f ...
 
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Geno is one half of In Hot Water (along with Aaron Berg), a comedy show on Anthony Cumia's Compound Media. He has been doing stand up for 76 years, and has a popular sports analysis show called Geno's Picks.Geno's Twitter: https://twitter.com/DiamondEugene1Web: https://www.genobisconte.com/Geno's Album "Uncle Geno Is Amazing": https://smarturl.it/U…
 
Linda Dianne, Video/Social Media Strategist from Diversify Social Media and Milly Tamarez, a Freelance Social Media Manager and Comedian, join the Social Pros Podcast to talk about the importance of diversity on social media. Huge thanks to our amazing sponsors for helping us make this happen. Please support them; we couldn't do it without their he…
 
Allinee ‘shiny’ Flanary—founder of Come Thru Market, a Black, Indigenous, and People of Color(BIPOC) producer farmer’s market in Portland, OR—joins us for the season finale of Foodtopias to talk about the origins of the market, what it looks like to offer meaningful support, and the role of abolition in food sovereignty. This conversation was a par…
 
There's excitement in looking to the future with all the hope a new year can bring. But there's also value in taking stock of what we've learned from the previous year. In this episode, Renee and Nicole do both as they discuss the impact of 2020 and how it changed them and us all, but also how it exposed the promise of what's to come. Intro music b…
 
This week on Get Offset, Emily and Andrew talk about NAMM's Believe in Music Week and two companies that sold to very different groups of people. Buy a Schemantics shirt: https://getoffsetpodcast.com/shop/schemantics-short-sleeve-unisex-t-shirt-dark-colors/ Get Offset is sponsored by Partscaster Concierge. Ask them about custom builds for pedals, s…
 
Josh conjures up the ghost with the most for an in-depth dive into the wacky world of Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian. Learn all about the Beetlejuice cartoon, the Broadway musical, and all of the many failed sequel incarnations. Afterwards, Josh chats with film producer Maya Korn (Diabla) about her love for the Beetlejuice franchise, and how she’s conti…
 
Tristan Taormino welcomes relationship, leadership and business coach Shana James to explore men, masculinity, and vulnerability. They talk about the rigid gender roles men are expected to embody, the effects of toxic masculinity, and the challenges many men face in sex and relationships. They cover the problematic nature of some men’s coaches and …
 
In this episode, Dee and I talk to the CEO of Yoga International Todd Wolfenberg and Editor in Chief Kat Heagberg -Rebar about the social responsibility that wellness brands and culture have to social justice. How do we create equity, understanding and diversity in wellness spaces.
 
Jane Kristoffy, MEd, is an educational strategist who helps students find their academic direction. She motivates adolescents to unleash their potential by helping them develop their learning and life skills, and find their passions and strengths. A teacher and guidance counsellor for over twenty-five years, Jane founded Right Track Educational Ser…
 
How many writers dream of seeing their bylines in The Washington Post, then becoming a columnist at the New York Times? How many authors would love to write a debut book that becomes an instant bestseller? Many dream these dreams, but Esau McCaulley has lived them and shares about his publishing journey on this installment of The Every Voice Now Po…
 
Today's guest stands out from her peers as personal trainer and yoga teacher committed to social justice who uses liberated fitness to help clients escape from the dominant culture's oppressive version of fitness. Sarah's belief that the body should be moved in ways that feel good and that an obsessive focus on size is not health promoting, aligns …
 
In the first of a two-part series on the intersection of experiences known as “Black, Femme, and Full,” The Queer Code sits down with our first guest, YouTube creator and performer TaShauna Jenkins (she/her)! TaShauna walks us through growing up in theatre as a Black femme in a larger body while we ponder questions like, “How much is our career fie…
 
Even though we may be celebrating the holiday on Monday, today is the actual birthday of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. In this week's Financial Fridays episode, Coach Colette reads excerpts of the momentous “I Have a Dream” speech delivered on August 28th, 1963 on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. In light of recent events, it’s impe…
 
Caroline Shola Arewa is a leading figure in the world of Spirituality and Wellness. In this episode, she joins host Maya Breuer to discuss the Age of Unity Consciousness. Listen in to hear more about how we arrived at this new age, brought here by building from past ancient traditions. Shola also shares the importance of reflection and reassessment…
 
Which generation is here to snatch the crown of Greatest? Have you been sleeping easier because a certain somebody has been kicked off all social media platforms? We have a battle cry for ally’s on how to really show up. Bridgerton has us all kinds of hot and bothered. Wonder Woman debuted on our TV screens! We enjoyed it- but we have notes. And qu…
 
Unity in Yoga host Maya Breuer chats with special guest Berry Murray who attributes her success as the owner of a thriving IT Business and Five Star Bed and breakfast, the Brooklyn Coffee Tea Guest House, to her yoga practice. Listen in as Berry speaks about the benefits she has derived from yoga's practice and philosophy, how it helped her to over…
 
Bruno Garrote is back for his third Unity in Yoga episode, this time discussing the topic of Liberation. Learn what Liberation is and how it is captured in three main yogic philosophies: Yoga Sutra, Advaita Vedanta, and Kashmir Shaivism. Bruno has a Ph.D. in Kashmir Shaivism and its concept of Autonomy and Recognition of the Other in a non-dual way…
 
Rona Luo talks you through going "beyond the binary" as a poet, acupuncturist, and yoga teacher. Yoga teacher, poet, and acupuncturist Rona Luo talks podcast listeners through a detailed explanation of Yin Yang Theory. This includes discussion on its origins; the differences, importance, and nuances of both Yin and Yang; and yogic philosophy. Go “b…
 
Mr. David Johns of the National Black Justice Coalition is an educator, an unapologetic advocate for youths who far too often find themselves neglected or ignored, and so much more. We are honored to have him on this episode to talk about his passion for young people’s mental health and share with us the many important lessons that he learned in th…
 
Native Lights – The Gift for Building Supportive Environments with Kwe Pack This week we revisit an earlier Native Lights episode which highlights Kwe Pack, a spectacular group of Native women supporting each other to run long-distance trail races. Kwe Pack has been featured on Good Morning America, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, and Oprah Winfrey’s Wor…
 
The Counter Stories crew share their reactions to the events that unfolded in the US Capitol on January 6th examining the intersections of race, religion and history, and how these powerful elements have repeatedly been used to subjugate the lives of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) community. America has a history of changing the narrati…
 
xMarie: This is Minnesota Native News, I’m Marie Rock. Coming up…COVID 19 Vaccine rollout in MN is underway…And Indian Country responds to the attack on the U.S. Capitol building in Washington DC on January 6th…Reporter Leah Lemm has these stories…STORY #1: VACCINATION ROLLOUT IN MN IS UNDERWAYReporter: The World Health Organization declared the no…
 
Welcome to another in-between episode on #fofcpod! This time we are sharing with Trelani Michelle, who we’ve already heard on episode 4 on Black Queer Mothering, episode 14 with Self-Mothering While Parenting and most recently on episode 197: A Deschooling Word About Boundaries, Babies and Business talking about parenting practices, dating life and…
 
In this episode, we talk about religion and spirituality with Kim Guerra, author and creator of the Latinx empowerment platform @brownbadassbonita. The global pandemic and political climate may have many of us leaning into spiritual practices as a source of strength and grounding. Many organized religions have at times been used to oppress, wage wa…
 
Jen Sincero (@jensincero) is the number one NY Times best-seller of You Are A Bad Ass, You Are A Bad Ass At Making Money, and You Are A Bad Ass Every Day. Her new book, Bad Ass Habits, is all about applying Jen’s transformational strategies to creating and sticking to habits. This is the ultimate episode about creating and sticking to habits, which…
 
Melanie Matthews is a social worker and psychotherapist living and working in Toronto, ON. She has worked in social services and mental health for nearly 10 years. She is also a domestic violence survivor and has experienced homelessness. Melanie values social justice and strives to not only provide quality mental health treatment, but also to work…
 
This week Emily and Andrew talk about how there are so many boutique pedal and guitar brands compared to other hobby industries. Buy a Schemantics shirt: https://getoffsetpodcast.com/shop/schemantics-short-sleeve-unisex-t-shirt-dark-colors/ Get Offset is sponsored by Partscaster Concierge. Ask them about custom builds for pedals, speaker cabs and g…
 
Kyle Sheppard joined me again to talk about the single biggest threat to huMANity since the invention of the atom bomb: Simping!Kyle's band, Terrifier Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TerrifierThrashers/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/WretchedThrasherVideo Episode: https://youtu.be/ZG1JVPXvyhw—FOLLOW ME— WEBSTUFF: ■ https://www.markhug…
 
Black & Published will bring you the untold stories of BIPOC authors, poets, playwrights, and storytellers of all kinds, hosted by two-time Emmy award winning producer and award winning author Nikesha Elise Williams. Conversations will center on what it means to be a writer, the writing process, and how exactly you get published. Black & Published …
 
Sex and relationship coach Stacie Ysidro joins Tristan Taormino to talk about sex and sobriety. We discuss the challenges people experience with sex and relationships when they get sober, including anxiety, depression, fear, and disconnection. She uses many different modalities to help navigate these often new and complex waters, including sexology…
 
Today I'm sharing how I upgraded my fashion career (and life) in 2020, despite the pandemic and overall global unrest. PLUS, I'm sharing an easy to copy framework for achieving your goals, and what I'll be getting up to this year! Resources that keep me on track: 7 Strategies for Wealth and Happiness Lechtturm1917 journals and planners Life design …
 
Komal Minhas is an internationally respected Canadian resilience educator, host, interviewer, investor and champion of women and women’s rights. Featured on Oprah’s Super Soul 100 list, Komal has interviewed inspiring people including Michelle Obama and Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, is the founder and host of the successful podcast Lessons Learned featu…
 
Wesley Williams, better known as Maestro or Maestro Fresh-Wes, is a Canadian rapper, record producer, actor, and author. One of the earliest Canadian rappers to achieve mainstream success, he is credited as the "Godfather of Canadian hip hop" Wes shares the reality in becoming a trail blazer and the importance of resourcefulness and critical thinki…
 
Inspirational messages from book by author Joshua DeSousa . Joshua De Sousa from Orange, New Jersey, is a ghostwriter, preacher, and newly published author! He is the owner of a writing ministry and business, Sousa Scribal Solutions, where many have benefited from his visionary skill set as a ghostwriter, writing coach, and the founder of the Super…
 
What might happen if you allowed yourself to challenge the myth to completely reinvent yourself for the New Year? What if instead of the usual trope, you instead chose to invoke a new mantra: New Year, Same You, New Habits? Or New Year, Same You, New Intentions? This could unburden you and reinforce the fact that you can develop new habits while st…
 
Zachary Lones, Director of Social Media Marketing at Walmart, joins the Social Pros Podcast to discuss how the organization empowers local store associates to use their unique voice on social media to reach their unique communities. Huge thanks to our amazing sponsors for helping us make this happen. Please support them; we couldn't do it without t…
 
A check-in with James as we navigate through more of these traumatic times. How are you being? How are you feeling? James reflects on the events that took place with the white supremacist insurgents coup'd that took place, when Trump supporters tried to stop the certification of the election. Plus 10 things you can do right now as part of your circ…
 
In this week's episode, Amickoleh shares her insights on what it means to let go of the things that no longer serve us with grace. She also discusses how it can prepare us to receive more abundance, and why this winter season is the best time to nourish ourselves by tapping into our inner guidance. ----more---- *Resources mentioned: Soulection Radi…
 
We’re in between seasons on #fofcpod, and as we promised, January will be filled with specially-chosen replays sprinkled with some new-new announcements and invitations. This time we bring you an update from Monique Allison who we’ve already heard from on episode 6 back on Season 1. Listen to Monique giving us some insight on She Said We Shed Podca…
 
Landon Moss is an influencer, filmmaker, director, screenwriter, and so much more! In this special episode, Landon joins us to talk about his journey behind wearing these many different hats. After letting go of his full scholarship by dropping out of school and moving to LA, Landon continues to find himself at different crossroads in his life. Fin…
 
In this episode, we invite special guest and author of The Black Kids, Christina Hammonds Reed, to talk about her book, her experience growing up as a privileged black kid, and finding her place in her community as a minority. Find out how they navigate the tricky territory of representing their race and their own identities, as well as observation…
 
Skål! In this episode, we’re putting Ari Aster’s 2018 film Midsommar on the examination table. Using this film as a heightened example of how culture can impact our understanding of disability, we’ll be discussing the intersection of ageism and ableism. We also take a look at the character of Rueben and discuss themes of eugenics. Intro and outro m…
 
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