Best hbcus podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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No one is more responsible for your professional development than you. Career Communications Group (ccgmag.com) makes that possible by bringing you cutting edge management seminars with the nation's leading corporations and agencies executives.
 
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Each week on "University College" we will discuss issues ranging from politics and economic empowerment to Black fatherhood and pop culture. We try to provide a nuanced discussion about a vast array of subject matter from the perspective of three Black Males who are family men and have been friends for more than 10 years. We hope you join us and we appreciate the feedback. For booking, please email universitycollege@yahoo.com. Listen. Discuss. Engage. Be the Change.
 
Listen to me (KG), the 5th Ward Wildcat and Dr. Kenyatta Cavil discuss sports and sports business. More than 20 years of media credentialed sports coverage on the local, state, and national scene for The Houston Roundball Review, The College Sports Report and THG Agency. Open your mind and your ears. Listen; Like; and Share.
 
Welcome to the HBCU Elevate - Relevance podcast, where amazing things happen. Darrick Long HBCU graduate and administrator discusses the relevance of HBCUs.
 
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Class is in session. Natasha and Tommi discuss Historically Black Colleges and Universities while spotlighting alumni through news, colorful commentary, and interviews. Listen to conversations on “hot button” HBCU topics and meet HBCU graduates making a mark in a variety of industries. The assignment is to make you think, laugh, respect and appreciate HBCUs!
 
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Black girl magic and dope artist/poet, Krystal Kantrell sits down with host Kay to discuss her book currently available, "Grimoire of a Black Girl". Kay and Krys discuss the inspiration for the book, upcoming plans, HBCUs, being a shy creative, and much more. For the full interview, read more at dobettersispodcast.com.…
 
We sit down with MK Abadoo and Vaughn Ryan Midder in advance of "Wake Up!" at Dance Place on May 5-6. We are joined by special guest host, Carol Foster from the International Associate of Blacks in Dance as we chat about HBCUs, PWIs, AKA, and all the acronyms you can shake a stick at. Also, MK reveals her sordid past as a Rockette trainee.There ...…
 
Episode Image by @KasprismTheme songHoodGrown by David-James @davedashjames_https://soundcloud.com/davedashjamesTransition musicNathan Peters@mztrwlsn @mrwilsonbeatshttps://soundcloud.com/mrwilsonbeats**Special month theme music:Maryjane- Rick JamesTAG THE ARTIST:@kasprim Khadim Sakho FOR US BY US:The kush groove Shop1536 Tremont St, Boston, MA ...…
 
After a break the ladies are back and covering quite a few topics. The ladies cover a range of topics such as: Sanaa Lathan bit Beyoncé, Tyra Banks admits to having work done which prompts the ladies to talk about their plastic surgery wish list. They also cover Howard University's very public financial aid and Tyrone Hankerson debacle which al ...…
 
The Warriors expect Stephen Curry to return on Friday, followed by Klay Thompson on Sunday. Kevin Durant will be re-evaluated next week, while Draymond Green is day-to-day with a pelvic contusion. GSW will host the Atlanta Hawks Friday, and it doesn't get easier from there, with the Jazz continuing the Warriors homestand on Sunday. A few beatdo ...…
 
Welcome to the first official episode of Loud Black Girls Podcast! You get to meet the 4 host Kai Michelle, Arialmonique', Rachel, and April L. that make up the LBG Team. Get our insight on the history of HBCUs, dating and "situationships," and the perks and challenges of HBCU life.
 
Welcome to the first episode of Loud Black Girls. Today’s topic of discussion is HBCUs!
 
WFSU and Florida A&M University will jointly present the premiere screening of the documentary, “Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities” in FAMU’s Lee Hall Auditorium at 7 pm on January, 26, along with a panel discussion on the history, present time and future of HBCUs. In advance of that, we discuss the topic wit ...…
 
This week on RebelRadio: The CultureThe Rebels are joined by Blu The Poet aka The Beyonce of Poetry. Hailing from Baltimore this Queen is overall dope af! Blu shares her accomplishments as well as her goals of passion as she is involved in the community. Blu The Poet cultivated the dope movement, The Baltimore Renaissance, in which the renaissa ...…
 
Season II of the Unscripted Podcast has begun! This week we bring in Travis Jackson with HBCU Pridenation to discuss EVERYTHING HBCU. Sit back and listen while we discuss his journey to NC A&T and the driving force in creating and maintaining HBCU Pride Nation. We dive into the true meaning behind The Hillman Expeirence and also why helping chi ...…
 
Historically black colleges and universities were born out of necessity, and now they face competition, financial challenges – and the constant pressure to justify their existence. Watch more AJ+ In-Depth:HBCUs are unique in their success at graduating low-income students. So how can the U.S. ensure the future of these educational institutions? ...…
 
Homecomings are a time when school faculty, students, and alumni get together to show their school pride. College’s homecoming can be rewarding and memorable and with its light, no-pressure environment networking with alumni can prove to be advantageous to a student's future. Homecoming at HBCUs is absolutely epic and even more special. HBCUs c ...…
 
David Scott on the history of guarantee games in college football, HBCUs struggling to keep their doors open, what happens when such mismatched competitors collide, why guarantee games have become so essential to black college sports, and why no one seems to be heeding the warnings about the health and safety risks or the academic impact on HBC ...…
 
The Campbell Brothers find themselves back in the Sip (Mississippi) chopping it up at the Barber Shop (Law's childhood Bedroom) with a few Friends. The convo starts out light but quickly dives into Hip Hop, Global Warming vs Capitalism, Paying College Football Players and HBCUs vs PWIs. While the audio is suspect (2 mics between 7 people) be su ...…
 
Historically black colleges and universities serve an important purpose in creating equal opportunity - and the majority of students on HBCU campuses identify as women. E&B unpack why this matters - especially for women of color. Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at www.howstuffworks.com/advertisers.htm And to learn abo ...…
 
Positively Ms.B - Guest LaWanda Woods & Renee' Lacy Guests LaWanda Woods ,Founder of ASOG Movement and Renee Lacy Founder /CEO of Cameo Models and Talent Agency. They will be sharing about the movement and upcoming events.All Shades of Gray™ Fashion Show & Gala was birthed as two successful women, both leaders in their industries, decided to pa ...…
 
Dr. Yates discusses his commitment to training black scientists, and the continuing necessity of HBCUs in developing talent for advanced STEM academic work and professional achievement.
 
Jedidah Isler is the first African American woman to earn a doctorate in astrophysics from Yale University. She shares her perspective on the value of HBCUs and a primer for lay people on astrophysics.
 
A trailblazing public servant in Louisiana is the product of Grambling State University. Steven Jackson is the youngest person ever elected to the Caddo Parish Board of Commissioners and also the youngest to serve as president of the commission. He visited the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to tell his story. Steven shared how his experiences as Studen ...…
 
Stories of massive student debt and for-profit school scams make it clear that the post-secondary system can be an unfriendly place to many disadvantaged students. But how are America’s universities and colleges hoping to use their institutions to reduce inequality?We look at how affirmative action is being justified by today's white educators ...…
 
The NBA Draft is a few days away and teams are doing last minute evaulations of their draft board. Who's the best player in the draft overall and for your team. The 76ers mad a powerplay to move up 2 stops, but did the Celtics and Danny Ainge win again in the game of chess GMs play? Trade winds are swirling around Jimmy Butler and Paul George a ...…
 
Best of Rock The Schools - Episode 92 - Shelby JShare on Facebook twitter Google+Rock The Schools will be celebrating all week with airing its most listened to shows. Monday, June 26, will feature a special 100th episode. Rock the Schools thanks and honors all of our special guests who believed in the Rock The Schools mission to empower parents ...…
 
For the past two weeks in our Colleges in the Spotlight series, we have looked at colleges outside the U.S. and at the pluses (and almost no minuses) of attending college full time outside the U.S. In Episode 122, we spotlighted Richmond, the American International University in London, a unique and appealing university dually accredited in the ...…
 
A topic that is often recycled online bringing more division to the black community is Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) vs Prodomenently White Institutions (PWI). On today's episode, the Three Dope Chicks welcome Dope Chick Kali's friend Candace Sapp to the trap house to discuss her undergraduate and graduate experiences at S ...…
 
Jamie Coleman is proud of where her HBCU experience has led her. The alumna of Alabama State wrote an inspiring piece for Rolling Out about how her HBCU experience led to an offer from Google. The former All-SWAC volleyball standout joined the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to discuss her path to Alabama State and the success that has followed. In part ...…
 
Are black people too forgiving? How else can you explain Bethune-Cookman letting Sec. of Miseducation Betsy DeVos giving a commencement speech. Comedian Erin Jackson speaks on it, the hardest part of performing at a black college and why Steve Harvey is a terrible boss. Follow Erin: Twitter & Instagram @EJthecomicFollow Chloé: Twitter & Instagr ...…
 
Is it really possible that Donald Trump is doing more for Historically Black Colleges and Universities than previous administrations? According to many black educators, all signs point to Yes. Related posts: Episode 160: Relief and Concern Over President-Elect Trump Episode 114: Legal Discrimination, Black Votes Matter, and France Surrenders Ep ...…
 
Jim Vance on the proper way to learn the language -"What’s it called? Diagramming. Remember we had to learn how to diagram a sentence? That’s how you learn the language by diagramming. When you know where every word goes and why it’s there. And what its point is. What its value is. I keep from hearing from all these kids I see today. Nobody eve ...…
 
Tom Knight interviews Darrick Smith (of the No Campus Left team) about his work with and hopes for the Historically Black Colleges & University (HBCU) ministry movement in North Carolina and beyond. Questions discussed are: • What are challenges for reaching students at HBCUs? • What should someone who is not African-American know before trying ...…
 
On this celebratory episode of Just 2 Pearls, Porsha and Jaimie remember their graduations from Spelman and Wellesley five years ago. They talk candidly about the need for HBCUs and Women's Colleges in the 21st Century. Plus, they chat about how we should refer to women in public and Porsha hilariously teaches our graduating listeners how to ap ...…
 
We address a couple of HBCUs in the news including Howard University being sued for allegedly failing rape victims and Betsy DeVos being booed at Bethune-Cookman. Plus we have some thoughts on Russell Wilson addressing Ciara's son as "our kids."
 
Queen & J. are two womanist race nerds talking liberation, politics, and pop-culture over tea. Drink up!On this episode… Happy Mother’s Day! We don’t have kids. We no-spoilers review Master of None and how it went from an ode to white women to an actually funny show. Also parodies of Black power and the tokenism of Black women.This week’s hot l ...…
 
In this week's episode, Neil, Natalia, and Niki debate historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), the Rebecca Tuvel controversy, and commencement speeches.
 
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