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Black Tech Green Money

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Black Tech Green Money

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Black Tech Green Money presents the stories of successful Black entrepreneurs and technologists, as well as actionable advice and wealth-building strategies from a Black perspective. Hosted by Will Lucas (@willlucas), an entrepreneur, content creator, and Brand Manager at AfroTech, the world's largest Black tech digital platform and conference, Black Tech Green Money is THE podcast for Black entrepreneurs and moguls in the making.
 
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Street Politicians

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Street Politicians

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Street Politicians is the dynamic, new video-taped podcast featuring activists Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne, the General. Their show takes an uninhibited look at the social and civil rights issues, pop-culture and politics. Together, they underscore the importance of social activism, awareness, knowing your rights and having a voice. They want you to know that being in service to one’s community isn’t old school; it’s real, it’s happening and its needed now more than ever. Their aim is to p ...
 
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MODASUCKA with Michael Blackson

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MODASUCKA with Michael Blackson

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Comedian Michael Blackson, along with co-host Chinese Best Friend, presents a long-form interview show that welcomes a wide variety of guests from the entertainment world. Filled with raunchy comedy (as only Blackson can do…), compelling interviews, and Michael’s take on current events… MODASUCKA with Michael Blackson will take audiences behind the scenes and into the life of one of the hottest comedians on the circuit. Presented by The Black Effect, Cavalry Audio & iHeartRadio
 
Grammy-Nominated rapper, entrepreneur and philanthropist Jay “Jeezy” Jenkins is taking on a new role. “The (Re)Session Podcast by Jeezy”, part of the Black Effect Podcast Network, gives listeners and longtime fans an opportunity to experience a new side of the world-renowned artist. On the show, Jeezy connects with powerful people who have success or expertise in a particular area of discussion for more context and understanding. He tackles serious topics with his high-profile guests, includ ...
 
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This week Tamika and Mysonne addressed the recent overturn of Roe vs. Wade and how it will not only effect just women. Next, they had special guest and friend to the room Attorney Benjamin Crump stop by, where he spoke on his film "Civil", strategizing on getting some type of justice with different cases, and raising the value of black life in Amer…
 
Merline Saintil is founder at Black Women on Boards, and herself sits on 6 boards of directors. and was on the board of 4 companies that IPO’d in 2021. On this episode, Merline discusses taking a company across the IPO finish line, and thoughtful perspectives from an experienced Black director, and the red flags you’ll want your antennas up for sho…
 
This week Tamika and Mysonne first begin the show discussing the outrage price of flying and the numerous amount of cancelled flights recently with airlines. It's safe to say "the airlines are acting ghetto" in the words of Tamika. Next, they spoke on organ harvesting unfortunately being a thing in society and the educational film about Henreitta L…
 
Nick Caldwell is, at the time, Vice President of Engineering at Reddit, one of the largest online community platforms, and the 9th most visited website in the world. Today, Nick is a General Manager at Twitter, having just recently been promoted from Vice President of engineering at Twitter. On this episode from AfroTech 2017, Nick talks about how …
 
This week Tamika and Mysonne open up the show, by first congratulating Tamika on becoming a grandmother, as her son gears up to be a father to Tamika's new grandbaby! Afterwards, they went discussed some trending news such as Wells Fargo discriminating accusations and informing their listeners on a college student that went missing after meeting a …
 
Ollen Douglas is Managing Partner at Motley Fool Ventures which is an early stage technology focused venture fund focused on companies at the series A level. He previously served as a Chief Financial Officer, and parlayed his experiences to raising one of the largest venture funds to date. On this episode from AfroTech World 2020, Ollen speaks with…
 
It is "Gun Violence Awareness" month and for this week Tamika and Mysonne address the first week where anti violence organizations come together to focus on the movement and bring attention and awareness to the issue. Moreover, during the episode you will hear the press conference of anti violence experts and councilman addressing gun violence. Als…
 
Matthew Finney is a Data Scientist and Strategy Consultant at Harvard. There, he develops AI decision systems to help large organizations make an impact on their most challenging business and mission problems. On this episode, Matthew speaks with AfroTech's Will Lucas about algorithmic bias and why we need more Black representation in data science …
 
The crypto universe is expanding fast, and with that expansion comes both excitement and uncertainty. Stacy-Marie Ishmael is the managing editor for Crypto at Bloomberg News and your host for Bloomberg Crypto: A new daily podcast from Bloomberg and iHeart Radio. Each weekday, she dives into everything from Bitcoin to Bored Apes, NFT’s to DeFi, Stak…
 
This week Tamika and Mysonne are joined by Ceo of Add Ventures Music Chris Gotti, who spoke about Rico laws, his experience once being involved in a rico case while mentioning the recent case with Young Thug and Gunna allegedly participating in street gang activities and violating RICO law. They were also joined by Antoinette Jones, the sister of J…
 
Tristan Walker is the Founder & CEO of Walker & Company Brands which include the brands Bevel and FORM, both designed to meet the health and beauty needs of people of color​. He’s also Founder and Board Chairman of CODE2040, which matches high performing Black and Latino undergraduate and graduate coders and software engineering students with Silic…
 
Tamar Blue, is a Y Combinator alum and founder and CEO of MentalHappy– a mental health platform helping individuals overcome challenging life events via professionally-led peer support groups. On this episode, Tamar speaks with AfroTech's Will Lucas about how tech can both positively and negatively impact mental health, the metaverse and it's poten…
 
This week Mysonne and Tamika got together to speak on the massacre that occurred over the weekend in Buffalo New York. But first things first congratulations to Tamika on her award at the Billboard awards, and big Happy Birthday to Mysonne! During the episode they speak to their friend, activist, and businessman Jamil Crews about the devastation of…
 
Sevetri Wilson is a serial entrepreneur and founder at Resilia, a New Orleans based technology startup that helps nonprofit organizations increase capacity and enable enterprises that deploy billions of dollars scale their impact. On this episode, I talk with Sevetri about what the all-to-present bottlenecks and issues that keep non-profits from ma…
 
This week Tamika and Mysonne start off the show discussing the recent passing of popular Youtuber Kevin Samuels, and dissected the different reactions from men and women once hearing the news. Next they move onto another discussion about building up our young black brothers with special guest K. Bain, who is the CEO of Community Capacity Developmen…
 
We can’t have a conversation about wealth in the Black community without highlighting how Black women build it, as, there’s nuance. It’s different for Black people to build wealth than it is for white people, and it’s different for Black women that it often is for Black men. On this episode, which is a conversation held at AfroTech Executive Brookl…
 
This week Tamika and Mysonne open the discussion about certain issues that need to be changed in our community such as prison reform. Moreover, they had special guest J. Jordan call in where he spoke about post conviction poverty, going over different barriers in the system, and collateral consequences. Afterwards, Mysonne introduces his mentor Pre…
 
Ursula Burns was CEO of Xerox from 2009 to 2016, the first among black women to be a CEO of a Fortune 500 company, and the first woman to succeed another as head of a Fortune 500 company. Most pertinent to todays conversation is her board roles. Ms. Burns sat on the Boards of Directors for more than 15 companies, including Boston Scientific, the Un…
 
The Black Effect Presents... Street Politicians. This week Tamika and Mysonne are continuing their work on obtaining knowledge on sustaining financial ability within our community, with special guest 19 Keys. In this episode 19 Keys spoke on how he got involved in NFT's and building financial literacy for his community, and uplifting his people. Ne…
 
After a successful trip to Africa, Tamika and Mysonne are back to share their thoughts and concerns on different topics such as the Megan Thee Stallion and Tory Lanez case, and the unfortunate killing of Patrick Lyoya in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Also, they give their condolences to the family and friends of the recent passing of DJ Kay Slay. Next, t…
 
Jeff Staple is a creative visionary with work encompassing graphic design, fashion design, footwear design, and brand marketing. He is the founder of the REED ART DEPARTMENT (f.k.a. Staple Design) and has worked on creative projects ranging from startup brands to Fortune 100 companies. Jeff founded STAPLE in 1997, the NY-based pioneering streetwear…
 
Metaverse, metaverse, metaverse. We hear this term almost daily now. But, what is it, especially when it comes to gaming? On this episode from AfroTech World 2022, tap in to this conversation with 3 gaming, VR, and metaverse experts: Mary Spio, CEO & Founder at Ceek VR Metaverse, Erin Ashley Simon, Gaming and Entertainment Host, Co-Owner of Xset, a…
 
You keep hearing people say 'DAO', but what exactly is it? Who can start one? Is there any money in it? Can I engage with my community better by using DAO technology? On this episode, Will Lucas, Brand Manager at AfroTech, speaks with Derrick 'DT' Thomas, Founder and CEO at DAO Labs and co-creator of MiamiTechRuns and LATechRuns about how to start …
 
This week Tamika and Mysonne are speaking on NFT's, Stocks and gaining financial freedom. Morever, they had the host from Earn Your Leisure Podcast, Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings join in on the discussion, who spoke on how they got started, and to help understand the importance of financial literacy. Will Crypto Currency will replace cash? lets di…
 
Building a large business in the beauty, barber, and wellness industries is no easy feat. These sectors are ripe for competition, and historically, don't scale. On todays episode, Will Lucas, Brand Manager at AfroTech talks with entrepreneurs who've built million dollar enterprises in an industry that is known for being a hodge-podge of hustlers wi…
 
Before Tamika and Mysonne go away on their Africa trip, they had to speak on the chaos and unfortunate moment between Will Smith and Chris Rock at the Oscars this past weekend. Moreover, they gave their own different perspectives on why Will Smith may have reacted the way he did towards Chris Rock. Next, they speak to a very special Tina Knowles- L…
 
Have you ever wanted to pick the brain of present day media mogul to get their hot takes on how you can find your way into brand deals, TV castings and paid influencer/celebrity status? On this episode, we tap in with Ahmed Islam, CEO at Ten35, a full-service advertising company that leans into culture, Michelle Ghee, CEO at Ebony / Jet, Rahsan-Rah…
 
This whole month of March we will be uplifting women for Women's History Month. This week Tamika and Mysonne are joined by entrepuner and founder of Milano Di Rouge, where they speak on journey on creating and maintaining her buisness Milan Di Rouge, and how her father has had a big impact on the success of her business while detained in prison. St…
 
'A life worth living is worth recording'. These are words to live by, from a great entrepreneur and speaker. On this episode, Will Lucas, Brand Manager for AfroTech and Black Tech Green Money discusses why you should put in the work to document your journey via a personal journal, blog, podcast, or YouTube channel, and how your story has value to b…
 
This week Tamika and Mysonne first start off speaking on the unfortuante incident that happend to Black Panther director Ryan Coogler at Bank of America. Next, they are joined by super TV producer and entrepuener Mona Scott- Young, where they spoke on how she got started in the business, her initial goal and direction for the show "Love and Hip Hop…
 
Venture capital, especially these days - when technology is shifting so quickly - has to follow the convictions of passionate and studied investors. In the days of many Black founders building venture-worthy business, Web 3 and the Blockchain, we need investors who think differently. The team at Slauson & Co are working to do just that. On this epi…
 
This week Tamika and Mysonne come together at the Black House in Georgia, the first African American owned crowned fund source for local Atlanta area investors, developers, and deal sponsors, with the Jay Morrison. Moreover, they discuss the recent detainment of WNBA star Brittany Griner in Russia. They also give their opinions on the recent mask a…
 
Solo Ceesay is the Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder of Calaxy, an open social marketplace for creators, by creators, that aims to reimagine the entertainment industry and the fundamental ways with which we all interact digitally. I met Solo, in person, at AfroTech Exec, where he spent a lot of time talking about how the met averse will change…
 
This week Tamika and Mysonne first speak on their fight for Ta' Neasha Chappell, a Lousianna woman who died in a jail, whose family is seeking answers for her death. After, they speak on the current war happening between Russia and Ukraine and how it can effect the U.S while their are still issues here that have not been resolved. Also, during Tami…
 
On this episode, Will Lucas, AfroTech Brand Manager and host/producer of Black Tech Green Money discusses the differences between various crypto wallet types, and which you should go with if you prefer simplicity over security. Follow Will Lucas on Instagram at @willlucas Learn more at AfroTech.com https://instagram.com/afro.tech Learn more about y…
 
In this clip we are giving our deepest condolences to Mysonne and his family for the lost of his mother with a strong warrior spirit, Patricia Linen. Moreover, the conversation opens up a deeper discussion about being prepared of taking care of a loved elder. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.co…
 
The Pink Moon Murders is investigative, true crime podcast that delves into the slaughter of eight members of the Rhoden family in rural, Appalachian Ohio in 2016. It was a night that shocked the country with its brutality—and its mystery. Who would commit such horrible crimes? And why? Ohio native David Raterman, a longtime journalist and former a…
 
Ashley Caines is a self taught crypto trader and Web 3.0 enthusiast, and she uses her passion for educating and mentoring Black women about crypto, blockchain technology and the value of DAOs to lead Blavity's presence and projects in the crypto space. On this episode, Ashley speaks with AfroTech's Will Lucas about how DAOs work, governance structu…
 
This week Tamika starts off the show giving the deepest condolences to Mysonne and his family after he lost his mother. Next, they spoke with power couple and entrepreneurs, Jay Morrison and his wife Ernestine Johnson Morrison, about the key secrets in a successful relationship and running a business as a married couple. Also, they had freedom figh…
 
Will Lucas is the Brand Manager at AfroTech, the largest Black tech digital platform and conference globally, and Black Tech Green Money. On this episode, Will talks about critical ideas of NFT ownership, like storage and decentralization. You may think you really own your NFT, but if its not properly stored, it could be gone tomorrow. Learn how to…
 
This week Tamika and Mysonne start off the show discussing being with the family of Trayvon Martin, and lending them strength, love and compassion, for it has been 10 year since the murder of Trayvon. Next, for "Tamika's Thought of the Day" Tamika discusses her concerns for the misdirection and misinformation that has been happening in the news fro…
 
Tanya Sam is a tech savvy businesswoman. and Director of Partnerships at TechSquare Labs, an Atlanta based technology startup hub and venture capital fund. She also starred on the show The Real Housewives of Atlanta. On this episode, Tanya talks with AfroTech's Will Lucas about building a team to help you on your wealth creation journey, the real e…
 
An investigative journey through one of the biggest cases of art fraud in US history: The Knoedler Gallery. Written by VANITY FAIR reporter Michael Shnayerson and hosted by Alec Baldwin, ART FRAUD exposes the scandal of dozens of disputed paintings, and over 80 million dollars in profit that led to the stunning collapse of one of the oldest and mos…
 
The fight for voting rights remains a critical issue and voter suppression laws have deflected individuals from casting a ballot in a targeted and discriminatory way. Recently, Democrats failed to change Senate rules in order to pass voting rights legislation ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. On this week’s episode, Tamika and Mysonne sit down w…
 
Will Lucas is the Brand Manager at AfroTech, the largest Black tech digital platform and conference globally, and Black Tech Green Money. On this episode, Will talks about some of the most important terms anyone should know when getting into NFTs, either as a producer of NFT assets, or as an investor. Follow Will Lucas on Instagram at @willlucas Le…
 
This week Tamika and Mysonne start off the show addressing some of the issues of the democratic party. They also spoke about Cardi B winning her libel lawsuit with YouTuber Tasha K, with the moral of the story, be careful what lies you spread about someone, and to start giving grace to people especially in the public eye, because you don't know wha…
 
There are plenty of features and ways of engaging in the world of NFTs that - if you’re waiting for things to get simpler, you’re really just going to miss some great opportunities. And, this message isn’t to be hyperbolic, or to exaggerate the moment we’re in. But, the truth is, we’re in a moment. On this episode, Will Lucas, Brand Manager at Afro…
 
This week Tamika and Mysonne are joined by three business men who are all experienced redemption and evolved to the next level of their life. First joining the discussion is Shaka Senghor, who was once convicted of murder, and now head of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion at Trip Actions, Director's Fellow Alumni of the MIT Media Lab and more. Next…
 
Ruben Harris CEO and Co-Founder at Career Karma, which gives you the information, tools, and support you need to quickly get into a tech career. They recently announced a $40 million series B to bolster their efforts to reimagine education. On the episode, Ruben talks with AfroTech's Will Lucas about the future of education, what colleges and unive…
 
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