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Welcome, bienvenidos, to the Black Family Business Podcast for revolutionary Black and Brown creatives and entrepreneurs rebuilding and reinventing a sustainable life and business. We believe sustainability is more than making money. We have real conversations, tell our stories of resilience, talk about mental health and spirituality, affirm each other, and share resources to support your journey. Leave a review and subscribe to keep up with the latest episodes available wherever you listen ...
 
This is the story of a mass-murder that divided a nation - a story that began in a rickety old home on a cold June morning in 1994, where five members of a seemingly ordinary New Zealand family were gunned down. There were two suspects. One lay dead from a single bullet to the head. The other was the only survivor: David Bain. Since then the country has asked: who killed the Bain family? David or his father Robin? In this podcast, Martin van Beynen explores the case from start to finish, pic ...
 
When Elizabeth Short, also known as The Black Dahlia, was brutally killed in 1947, it gripped the entire country. More than 70 years later, it remains America's most infamous unsolved murder. Many believe Dr. George Hodel was the killer, thanks to an investigation by Hodel's own son. But murder is just part of the Hodel family story, one filled with horrifying secrets that ripple across generations. Now, through never-before-heard archival audio and first-time interviews, the Hodel family op ...
 
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Toni takes a few moments to share her private thoughts about the tough lessons she's had to learn about love. This episode also includes some excerpts of poetry from her best-selling poetic memoir, LET IT GO: Queens Gotta ****, Too! This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored by Frans Body Care. For more information abo…
 
Nicole Bailey takes a seat on Black Family Table Talk to share a personal journey of pregnancy and birth. She explains how to avoid situations many new mothers find themselves in (like Serena and Beyonce) and ways to prepare for a peace-filled birthing experience. This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored by Frans Bod…
 
Tony and Toni have a VERY candid conversation with two Black physicians to challenge the efficacy of the Covid vaccine in the Black community. To find vaccines near you, visit vaccines.gov. This episode is paid for by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Together We Can Do This! Support the show (https://blackfamilytabletalk.com/subscr…
 
In this episode, we sit down with the young Georgian, who Black Enterprise Magazine calls "The Leader of the Ghanian Renaissance". L. Nzingha Samuel is fiercely determined to build safe communities for Black people to come home, back to the Motherland. This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored by Frans Body Care. For …
 
Milagros Phillips sits down with Tony and Toni and shares some mind-blowing revelations through her studies about indoctrination and how we can truly heal from the trauma of racism. Milagros Phillips is a keynote speaker, TEDx presenter, four times author, and certified coach. This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored…
 
Tony and Toni sit down with actress, author, and motivational speaker, Ivory Shields. Ivory shares an eye-opening story about how she used her childhood trauma to find her truth by protecting her thoughts. This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored by Frans Body Care. For more information about our guests, special offe…
 
The "Willie Lynch" letter purports to be an account of a speech given by a slave owner, in which he tells other slave masters that he has discovered the "secret" to controlling black slaves--setting them against one another. Join Tony and Toni as they sit down with filmmaker, Ron Elliott Jr to discuss his latest project Die Willie Die. This week's …
 
This week we sit down with Julia Royster. She teaches us that "living your best life" means living in your truth and not the truth of someone else. It means living the life that you were meant to live and being okay with it deep down inside yourself and not based on what others think, believe, or approve of. This week's episode of Black Family Tabl…
 
Join Tony and Toni as they sit down with author, Ted Santos. Ted shares his theory on how to build foundational, long-lasting relationships from his new book, Here’s Why You Can’t Find Love. This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored by Frans Body Care. For more information about our guests, special offers, and discoun…
 
Leticia Francis joins Tony and Toni at the table to share her battle stories and rise to a triumphant win against all odds. This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored by Frans Body Care. For more information about our guests, special offers, and discounts, please click the link below and subscribe for free on our websi…
 
On this episode of Black Family Table Talk, Tony and Toni sit down with Lt. Col. Alice Faye Taylor (Retired). She's the author of A Plea to Our Sons from a Mother Who Cares and shares her story of being born to a teen mom, becoming a Black female officer in the military, and how she now uses her life to make a difference in our community. This week…
 
Join us at the table with Warren "Jay" Lowe. He shares his incredible story of love, escape, and survival. Click here for a free HELP GUIDE. This week's episode of Black Family Table Talk podcast/blog is sponsored by ABTF Travels to the Motherland. For more information about our guests, special offers, and discounts, please click the link below and…
 
Black Family Table Talk's hosts, Tony and Tony, bring back the popular guest, Micheal T. Morrison. A retired police officer and author of Black Cop, Morrison brilliantly breaks down what real community policing means and how to end systemic racism in police departments. Get your copy of Black Cop by Micheal T. Morrison now! Sponsored by ABTF Travel…
 
Welcome and thank you for listening. In this episode, we're joined with Jerome Jr. and Isaac, our resident artists at Black Family Business, to talk about how kindness and love can eliminate online bullying. We revisited Jerome Jr.'s positive self talk that was posted on our social media a few months ago where he shared a life lesson about bullying…
 
Welcome and thank you for listening. In this episode, we're joined with Jamie Newton-Knight, CEO and Founder of Blended Black Family to talk about guiltless self care for mothers and tips for blended families. She shares why she started her business because of her blended family of 4, lessons learned from co-parenting and being married for 11 years…
 
Welcome and thank you for listening. In this episode, we're joined with Abigail "Abi" Chandler, International Studies student at University of Texas Austin. She shares her story about growing up in a military family, lessons learned from learning about other cultures and how it shaped her decision to study Arabic and International Studies, overcomi…
 
Welcome and thank you for listening. In this episode, we're joined with Bucketlist Brandy to talk about some simple ways you can create your bucket list and start traveling the world, even if it's just a few miles up the road in your own hometown. She shares why she started traveling to her bucket list destinations, lessons learned from the fear of…
 
Welcome and thank you for listening. In this episode, we're joined with Dana LaRieal Morales creator and host of to talk about some simple ways you can map out processes in your business and make life easier. The wisdom she shares has been very useful for solopreneurs, mompreneurs, and side hustlers. Her approach is holistic and trauma informed hel…
 
Welcome and thank you for listening. In this episode, we're joined with Denise Renee Muhammad who is an author, certified aromatherapist, wellness coach, and financial literacy strategist. She shares vital information about how our wealth or finances affects our health, God's medicine (essential oils), natural prescriptions for our wellbeing, lesso…
 
Welcome and thank you for listening. In this episode, we're joined with Elsa Iris Reyes creator and host of Latin Identity Project to talk about representation in accessing capital for your business. She shares her journey of being raised by parents who are immigrants from Mexico, lessons learned growing up, her journey of being a first generation …
 
Welcome and thank you for listening. In this episode, we're joined with Skywalker Payne your associate creating compassionate community to talk about ancestral and racial healing. She shares her journey of how she started her business R.A.C.E.S, her journey of storytelling and performance art, Mothers of Black History, living in Alaska and gives us…
 
The son of a Black Panther brings his brilliantly bold voice to Black Family Table Talk. Our guest calls himself "Propaganda". He joins Tony and Toni at the table with revolutionary ideas that break traditional molds to challenge and guide us towards building a better world. Sponsored by ABTF Travels to the Motherland For more information about our…
 
Dominque "Dom" Brightmon joins us at the table with an inspirational message about "awareness". Dom gives us five practical and actional steps to achieve and sustain success with our God-given gifts. These are principles we can teach our children and even use ourselves. Listen until the end for a free gift offer. Sponsored by ABTF Travels to the Mo…
 
Tony and Toni sit down with the author of Black Cop, Michael T. Morrison. He candidly shares his riveting story of survival as a Black cop in a predominantly white police department. Get your copy of Black Cop by Micheal T. Morrison now! Sponsored by ABTF Travels to the Motherland For more information about our guests, special offers, and discounts…
 
You asked for it and we are bringing it. This week’s guest is Kim Babb. She is teaching us how to leverage gentrification to build wealth for our families. Listen up! Sponsored by ABTF Travels to the Motherland For more information about our guests, special offers, and discounts, please click the link below and subscribe for free on our website! Su…
 
Welcome and thank you for listening to my first episode. In this episode, I'll share with you the best advice I wish someone would have told me when I started my first online business back in 2010. Before I took any business courses or coaching, I made the leap of faith and quit my nonprofit job to work for myself while attending graduate school. T…
 
This podcast started with a desire to present a blended family story, the ups and downs, the good and the bad. This is an uncomfortable conversation inspired by a book written by Nicole Odom-Hardnett. Listen to her story. Sponsored by ABTF Travels to the Motherland For more information about our guests, special offers, and discounts, please click t…
 
This week’s java is black and strong as we sit down with Trumpet Award-Winning author Erica Austin. We are asking some challenging questions: Are we over-parenting? Or investing in our children’s dreams? How do we set our children up to win? Sponsored by ABTF Travels to the Motherland For more information about our guests, special offers, and disco…
 
This week on BFTT Tony and I share our very personal reaction to a powerful sermon that we recently heard during a Sunday morning virtual church service. Sponsored by ABTF Travels to the Motherland For more information about our guests, special offers, and discounts, please click the link below and subscribe for free or visit our website! Support t…
 
This week we have the pleasure of sitting down with Glen Alan, PhD. He is the co-founder of the DC Black Theatre Festival and a newly minted author of a series of children’s books. Armed with a PhD in social work, Dr. Alan is breaking the code to inspire the love of reading in young black boys. Sponsored by ABTF Travels to the Motherland For more i…
 
It takes a village to raise a child. It’s a phrase we’ve all heard many times, but there’s actually science that supports it. Children with a formal or informal mentor are less likely to struggle with bullying or experience depression. here’s a disproportionate number of Black youth in the foster care/child welfare system. This week we sit down wit…
 
Golden Globe and NAACP Image award-winning actor, playwright, and activist Regina Taylor joins us this week for a candid exploration of how she gives voice to our ancestors in her work fitting art and activism to grow in and with the community. This special broadcast was recorded before a live virtual audience on BlackTheatre TV in collaboration wi…
 
Today Tony and Toni sit down with Dr. D-Nice, a physician and wellness advocate. She offers five practical body-hacking strategies that can help youth and teens (and even some adults) reach their ideal body weight/size. Sponsored by ABTF Travels to the Motherland For more information about our guests, special offers, and discounts, please click the…
 
This week Tony and Toni return with part II of our talk with Lisa Phillips, a hidden gem in the black community. Lisa shares her expertise on how you can create passive income for your family. Sponsored by ABTF Travels For more information about our guests, special offers, and discounts, please click the link below and subscribe for free! Support t…
 
Tony and Toni sit down with investment guru, Lisa Phillips. She walks us through the secrets of how families with good or bad credit can legitimately build passive income by investing in real estate. Part 1 of 2 Sponsored by ABTF Travels For more information about our guests, special offers, and discounts, please click the link below and subscribe …
 
Family, this is an incredible story of how a relentless mother of four took on the medical community to find healing for her children after they suffered for years with over-medicating, ADHD, and other childhood developmental disorders. This week's guest is Karese Laguerre. Sponsored by ABTF Travels For more information about our guests, special of…
 
Today, Toni Henson sits down with her Howard University sister Kiplyn Primus, a creative entrepreneur and host of The Local Take on WCLK, 91.9 Jazz FM. Kiplyn shares the most extraordinary story of how she believes a radio interview led her on a personal journey to the preservation of a time in our history and a very special calling. Guest Info: Fo…
 
Today on Black Family Table Talk, we go behind the scenes with Juanita Ingram producer and creator of the hit reality docuseries on Amazon Prime Video called The Expats: International Ingrams. Juanita shares the incredible journey of her family living in Taiwan. This show is sooo good! So pull up a chair and listen up. Sponsored by ABTF Travels For…
 
This week on Black Family Table Talk, we sit down with a very special guest-- Travis Walker, Sr. He shares some incredible insight on how he’s thriving as a young single father of six children! Sponsored by ABTF Travels For more information about our guests, special offers, and discounts, please click the link below and subscribe for free! Support …
 
S3:E10 Part II: Tony and I finish the discussion with an old friend from Newark NJ, Kevon Chisholm. In this week's episode, Kevon shares his goals to create Black venture capitalists and how you, too can easily get involved with his vision to build wealth. For more information about this week's guest visit: https://www.theblackwallstreeter.com/ Sup…
 
Today Tony and I pull up a chair with an old friend from Newark NJ, Kevon Chisholm. Kevon joins us with his 13-year-old son to talk about their incredible journey to teach 1000 kids how to build wealth. For more information about this week's guest visit: https://www.theblackwallstreeter.com/ Support the show (https://blackfamilytabletalk.com/subscr…
 
This week on Black Family Table Talk, Toni puts balance in previous discussions about the Black student college experience. She sits down with her dear friend Dr. Andrea Wilson. She reveals her unique insight as an African-American professor at a predominantly white institution in Iowa. Yep---Iowa! Support the show (https://blackfamilytabletalk.com…
 
Grab a big cup of java and join us for part II of our lively discussion on attending an HBCU (Historically Black College or University) vs. attending a PWI (Predominantly White Institution). We're keeping it real on Black Family Table Talk. Support the show (https://blackfamilytabletalk.com/subscribe)…
 
Grab a big cup of java and join us for a lively discussion on attending an HBCU (Historically Black College or University) vs. attending a PWI (Predominantly White Institution). We're keeping it real on Black Family Table Talk. Support the show (https://blackfamilytabletalk.com/subscribe)저자 Tony and Toni Henson
 
In this week's episode of Black Family Table Talk, we unravel the complicated relationship between the banking industry and the Black community. We also talk about the first step everyone needs to take to build wealth. Support the show (https://blackfamilytabletalk.com/subscribe)저자 Tony and Toni Henson
 
Join part II with Toni and special guest, Dr. Erwin Dyer for this week's episode of Black Family Table Talk. They explore practical ways to trace your family history. We are excited to share this fascinating replay of a workshop that broadcast during the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival on BlackTheatre.TV/youtube. Listen until the end with practical …
 
Join Toni and special guest, Dr. Erwin Dyer on this week's episode of Black Family Table Talk as they explore practical ways to trace your family history. We are excited to share this fascinating replay of a workshop that broadcast during the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival on BlackTheatre.TV/youtube. Support the show (https://blackfamilytabletalk.c…
 
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