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This empowering podcast celebrates the achievements and resilience of Black women who are making significant strides in various industries, from CEOs and entrepreneurs to professionals in academia, medicine, law, and beyond. Each episode offers a deep dive into the personal and professional journeys of these trailblazers, highlighting their successes, challenges, and the strategies they’ve used to overcome obstacles. Join us as we create a dynamic community where leaders can connect, grow, a ...
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Welcome to Shades of Strong®, a podcast by Black women, for Black women. Join us as we support hyper-independent Black women in redefining strength, releasing emotional overwhelm, and embracing the power of community. It’s time to stop trying to do it all by ourselves.
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Step into Black Women Amplified, where Monica Wisdom curates dynamic conversations with visionary leaders, innovative entrepreneurs, and inspiring artists. Our podcast combines Essence Magazine's cultural resonance with NPR's depth, inviting you to explore the diverse experiences and voices of Black women. Join us for impactful stories and empowering dialogues that resonate with the soul and elevate humanity. Welcome to a space where excellence meets essence, and empowerment is our legacy. P ...
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Getting Black Women Paid Podcast

'Tine Zekis & Ileka Falette

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Welcome to "The Getting Black Women Paid Podcast," where we dive deep into the world of economic empowerment for Black women, bridging the gap between corporate corridors and entrepreneurial ventures. Hosted by dynamic duo ‘Tine Zekis and Ileka Falette, this podcast brings to the forefront the challenges, triumphs, and strategies relevant to Black women striving to secure the bag in a myriad of professional landscapes. Each episode, we explore a wide range of topics critical to the success a ...
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Welcome to Flourish in the Foreign, the ultimate ex-pat, travel, and wellness podcast for Black women thriving abroad. The podcast showcases how living abroad can be a pathway to wellness in all aspects--financial, physical, mental, and professional. It empowers aspiring and current ex-pats to move abroad with intention, cultivate a sustainable life abroad and live a life well-lived abroad on their own terms. Join Christine Job as she shares these fascinating stories of incredible Black wome ...
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Every week we speak to inspiring guests from around the globe to enrich your mind, your body and your bank. Take a trip with your host and your girl: "Yaz" and my international VIP guest-list to enrich your life from the inside out. You will be inspired by Global Black Girl Magic to Level Up Your Life and Live Out Your Purpose. Come take a trip and learn to live richly!
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Black Women Watch...

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Welcome to Black Women Watch. A series devoted to exploring the array of all things film from a black woman’s perspective. Hosted by Tishon Pugh, each season explores a different genre of film, with every episode critiquing one film in-depth with the occasional guest. A 5EPN Original.
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Black Women Cry too

Harmony Gilliard

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This is a podcast about the black women experience, each episode is a different example of the emotional side of black women, and there life trouble !! Stay tuned for more ! Cover art photo provided by Quentin Keller on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@kt1klr
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Our meditations are for black and indigenous women, any women of color across the diaspora to help us reconnect with our inner states of mind, body and soul in order to transition you into a peaceful state of mind and prepare you for sleep. Let's release those burdens & prepare for rest. By cultivating a habit of nightly meditation, you will wake up with more love and compassion for yourself and others, and manifest inner peace as you move throughout your day. Asé. -- All donations are appre ...
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No one understands the struggles of a black women - well like a black women. Join this weekly social commentary show about ups and downs of life as a black woman. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bwbidness/support
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Two Angry Black Women is a passion filled show with two dope women speaking their minds while bringing cultural realness and entertainment. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/twoangryblackwomen/support
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Sistahs Connect® features conversations with inspiring Black women whom host Kimberly Sumpter has met and admired on her life's journey. This podcast shines a light on their unique experiences, offering wisdom and life lessons they've learned along the way. Rooted in positivity and purpose, each episode is a testament to the strength, resilience, and brilliance of her amazing guests.
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The Secret Lives of Black Women

The Secret Lives of Black Women and Stitcher

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Join close friends Charla Lauriston and Lauren Domino on their hunt for the ‘secrets’ that have helped black women flourish through the bullsh*t. They connect with guests over shared experiences by wading through everything from sex and self-care to rage and anxiety. Each conversation centers on creating a space for joy with some newfound besties while asking: how do the black women we admire stay incredibly phenomenal?
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Black Women Who is a podcast hosted by Stormie B that shares different prospectives of life through the everyday black woman's point of view. Being a black woman is like being apart of an unstoppable movement right now and forever to come, so Black Women Who will bring women together to discuss black women who do it all, and do it well.
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For Black Girls when the henny aint enuff.....Brave. Smart. Witty. Listen to our dark liquor laced hot takes from politics to hair porosity. Being a Black Woman ain't never easy, but it's a pleasure. This is Black Women, No Chaser. Follow Us: @BWnoChaser on Instagram and Twitter.
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The Black Woman’s Beauty is a weekly conversation with Brittni Johnson an aspiring cosmetologist located in Phoenix, Arizona. This is where we talk about all things beauty, self care, and the small decisions we as women make to make ourselves feel beautiful inside and out.
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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.
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A Safe Space For Black Women podcast is a place where black women have the power to speak freely on issues that impact our mental health, character development, and overall wellbeing. Black women are unable to be their raw, authentic selves without being labeled or associated with negativity. This is a space for growth and enlightenment.
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In 2020 Marcia Ore came across an article written by Paula Akan from 2019 titled 'How The Stories of Black Women in the UK Are Being Reclaimed'. The quote from Jade Bentil, a Black feminist historian and writer stood out. “Black women’s historical narratives are either rendered completely visible under the gaze of whiteness, or an extremely sanitised version that flattens the complexities of our lives is authored by non-black gatekeepers, both within and outside the academy.” Marcia then sta ...
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The Cite Black Women podcast is a periodic program with a simple message: Cite Black Women. We have been producing knowledge since we blessed this earth. We theorize, we innovate, we revolutionize the world. We do not need mediators. We do not need interpreters. It's time to disrupt the canon. It's time to upturn the erasures of history. It's time to give credit where credit is due. This bi-weekly podcast features reflections and conversations about the politics and praxis of acknowledging a ...
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Host Chelsey Lowe speaks with some of Black Women Talk Tech's members about what it's like to be a black female business owner and the tips and tricks they've learned along the way. Black Women Talk Tech is a collective that provides resources and community to black women tech founders. Music for the BWTT Podcast was sourced from Free Music Archive. The track is "CubanLinks (Smooth Trap)" by Makaih Beats. Link: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Makaih_Beats/Aspirational_Beat_Tape/Aspirationa ...
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Malcolm X said: “The most disrespected person in America is the Black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the Black woman. The most neglected person in America is the Black woman.” Forget that being seen and not heard. Get into: Being Heard: 2 Black Women, Coffee & Conversations, with Lya & Dana. Let's discuss what matters to you, to us.
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If you are a Black Woman who is sick of the bullshit in society, and is sick of the way that it has impacted your mind, body, spirit and the generations before you, this podcast is for you. Especially if you are looking for the down-to-earth truth about how to remedy it all. Join me and other Black Women for moments of freeing ourselves from the ills of capitalism. We dispel the white-superiority lie, snatch back our stories and re-connect with the real system, nature. We laugh cuss, cry, ta ...
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Find inspiration and recognize how brilliant and extraordinary Black women really are mentally, spiritually and physically. In this space, our lives will be seen and heard as we embrace individuality and celebrate our greatness, unapologetically! Now is the time to cultivate and rally a universal and authentic sisterhood on purpose, through mission, with passion and compassion! The Queendom where the SistaNista Spirit thrives! https://www.blackwomensworld.com/
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A project and podcast by Taja Lindley examining the intersections of race, gender and the double entendre of labor: to work and to give birth. Formerly known as the Birth Justice Podcast NYC. Episodes available every other Wednesday. Produced by Colored Girls Hustle and supported by the Economic Hardship Reporting Project.
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Welcome to the Black Heels and Tractor Wheels Podcast where we are sharing stories from a range of women around New Zealand. Our hosts, Emma and Claire join a whole raft of incredible New Zealand women to discuss topics ranging from starting your own business, navigating career and university changes, building confidence, and getting back to work with young children. If you enjoyed this podcast, feel free to visit our Instagram, Facebook and website, or even become a member! www.ruralwomennz.nz
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Why 'The Little Black Dress Of Women’s Health’ ? The little black dress is a basic in our wardrobe. We go to it because we trust it and know that it can be worn anywhere. It's basic but reliable. These podcasts are exactly that. It Is information every woman should have. To feel informed about their bodies, know how to prevent or manage change and know when to seek support.WHEN (Women's Health Education Network) is a not-for-profit organisation established with the core purpose of the suppor ...
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Send us a Text Message. Hello, Family, Join me for a heartfelt conversation with Rhonda Ross, the Emmy-nominated actor, Grammy-nominated songwriter, and motivational singer who's been inspiring thousands with her music, speeches, courses, workshops, and retreats. You might know her as the child of legends Diana Ross and Motown mogul Berry Gordy, bu…
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In today's episode, "The Strength in Our Softness: Embracing Vulnerability as Black Women," we dive deep into the powerful journey of redefining strength and embracing vulnerability. Stephanie tells a personal and compelling story about growing up with the belief that survival depended on unrelenting strength. As a therapist who specializes in the …
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My strong is sacred Join us for this enlightening episode with Deneen Tyler as we dive into the heart of healing, focusing on the feminine experience. We explore the nuances of Black womanhood, discussing how to reclaim your power, nurture your emotions, and finding balance in feminine and masculine energy. Deneen’s insights and wisdom will inspire…
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Is your current job draining your spirit? Does it feel like a dead end, impacting your mental or physical health? It's time to consider a bold move: quitting. In this empowering episode of "The Getting Black Women Paid Podcast," we dive into why leaving a job that no longer serves you is not only necessary but can be the best decision for your futu…
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In this bonus episode of Flourish in the Foreign, Christine shares part 1 of the Wellness Abroad series. Listen to heartfelt stories from past guests about their unique wellness journeys while living abroad. Learn how moving to a different country has prompted each of them to redefine and enrich their approach to wellness for happiness and longevit…
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"Embracing Vulnerability: The Path to Authentic Leadership and Healing" is a deep dive into understanding the power and importance of vulnerability in personal growth, career development, and connection. As a physician and entrepreneur, Stephanie Brown speaks about her personal experiences of disguising her struggles under the veneer of professiona…
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Happy Father's Day! Welcome to a special BWWP Father's Day episode with my dad, Bishop Emeritus Walter E. Jones and my husband, Owen McNeil. In this heartfelt and lively conversation they’ll share about their early influences as sons to what fatherhood means to them as fathers. We'll laugh together, share childhood memories, gain insights from thei…
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My strong is finding healing and wholeness Join us for a profound episode with Dr. LaSondra Barnes, a life and spiritual coach specializing in the effects of rejection and self-image, as we dig into the complexities of the father wound. Dr. LaSondra guides us through understanding the origins of the father wound and its lasting effects on daughters…
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In this special pre-Father’s Day episode of the "Getting Black Women Paid Podcast," we honor the incredible contributions of Black fathers and father figures who uplift and inspire the next generation. Through heartfelt stories, Ileka and 'Tine reflect on how their own fathers shaped their paths to becoming ambitious businesswomen. They also extend…
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Send us a Text Message. Welcome to the Black Women Amplified podcast, where we spotlight extraordinary talents and inspiring stories. Today, we have the privilege of introducing Chef Nina Curtis, a culinary artist celebrated for her exceptional skill and creative prowess in plant-based cuisine. With over two decades of experience, Chef Curtis has e…
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"Brand Your Business: Mastering Online Presence for Growth" sees Ileka leading the conversation on the pivotal role of branding in defining and developing your business. This episode explores how a strong, coherent brand attracts the right customers, clients, and opportunities. Ileka discusses starting points for entrepreneurs on a tight budget, fr…
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My strong is grace, healing and forgiveness. Join us for a deeply insightful episode with Tigest Beyene, as she bravely shares her journey from hurt to healing. Tigest’s story is one of 𝐬𝐮𝐫𝐯𝐢𝐯𝐚𝐥 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐫𝐞𝐬𝐢𝐥𝐢𝐞𝐧𝐜𝐞, having endured domestic gun violence and the long-lasting effects of trauma. What makes Tigest’s story so remarkable is her realization, ei…
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Join us in this special episode of "The Getting Black Women Paid Podcast," originally broadcasted as a YouTube Live session. This engaging and insightful episode serves as a perfect introduction to our co-hosts, 'Tine Zekis and Ileka Falette, who share their personal motivations behind launching the podcast and their dedication to empowering Black …
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In "Brand Yourself: Crafting a Personal Brand for Career Success," 'Tine takes the lead by diving into the importance of personal branding in the corporate world. This episode unravels the concept of personal brand - what it represents, why it's a crucial asset in your professional toolkit, and practical steps to cultivate and enhance it. From maki…
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My strong is revealing the truth about mental health. Today, we’re joined by Donnita Hathaway, daughter of the legendary musician Donny Hathaway and founder of the Donny Hathaway Legacy Project, for a thoughtful conversation about navigating the many faces of mental health. In this episode, we discuss the complexities of mental health, focusing on …
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Send us a Text Message. Season 3 of the Black Women Amplified podcast has been nothing short of phenomenal. We’ve shared incredible conversations, welcomed amazing cohosts, and featured inspiring guests. Curating this season has been a joy, and in this final episode, I’m thrilled to share some behind-the-scenes insights and memorable moments. Many …
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"Work Smarter, Not Harder: Time-Saving Tips for Entrepreneurs" is your guide to reclaiming your most precious resource: time. In this episode, Ileka, with her rich background in entrepreneurship, takes the helm, offering invaluable advice on optimizing your workflow, automating processes, and eliminating inefficiencies. Alongside 'Tine's probing qu…
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My strong is priotizing my mental health. Today, we’re joined by Aubri McKoy for a thoughtful conversation about navigating the intersection of mental health and the Black female experience. As Black women, we understand the unique challenges and pressures we face when it comes to mental health. Get a glimpse into how we navigate societal expectati…
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Send us a Text Message. Hello Family, I wanted to share some news with you while I prepare for our next episode, The final episode of Season 3. We are doing a recap and some behind-the-scenes info. I also wanted to share my new journal called Morning Grace. It is a digital download to help shape your mornings in a new way. This episode will tell yo…
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Building on the foundation set in Episode 2, "From Doubt to Domination: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome," this episode shifts our focus towards the unique challenges faced by entrepreneurs. "Mastering the Mindset" explores how imposter syndrome can deeply affect those in the entrepreneurial sector, where the stakes are personal and every decision feel…
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My strong is vulnerability and acceptance Hey, sis! Shirl and Natty here! Today, we’re joined by Traci Neal for an impactful conversation about navigating life on the spectrum. Traci shares her experience of being diagnosed with ADHD and Autism at the age of thirty-four and how she’s leaning into vulnerability to support her in embracing the labels…
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Send us a Text Message. Hello, Family, Welcome to a special episode of our podcast, where we dive deep into the world of literature and storytelling. I had the pleasure of hosting debut novelist Ishi Robinson, whose captivating coming-of-age story is already making waves. Her book, "Sweetness in the Skin," is a beautiful narrative that resonates wi…
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Celebrate Mother's Day with us in "The Balancing Act: Navigating Motherhood and Business," an episode that delves into the complex, rewarding, and sometimes overwhelming world of being both a mother and an entrepreneur. This special Mother's Day edition addresses the myth of the Black woman superhero—debunking the notion that we must do it all flaw…
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My strong is confronting the mother wound with resilience and grace. Heeeeyyy!!! Shirl and Natty here! Today, we’re joined by Alyson Brown for a deep dive into a topic that deeply resonates with a lot of Black women, the mother wound. Alyson walks us through what it is, how it impacts us, and strategies for healing. We know that navigating the comp…
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Send us a Text Message. Welcome to the Black Women Amplified Podcast! Today, we're diving into the vibrant world of pleasure and empowerment with Annette Freeman, the visionary behind The Goddess Portal. Annette's mission as the owner and headmistress of The Goddess Portal is to guide professional women on a journey of self-discovery and manifestin…
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Welcome to the Rich Black Woman podcast! In this episode, we’re thrilled to introduce you to Karen E. Osborne, an extraordinary author, motivational speaker, and advocate for giving back. Let’s dive into her fascinating journey as she became an author in her 4rth Act! Find out what her favorite book is and why it’s one we should all have in our lib…
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This meditation is designed for those moments when you cannot turn your brain off, as thoughts multiply and weigh heavily on your mental well-being. We invite you to listen deeply and allow these thoughts in without resistance, whether they're driven by curiosity, worry, or a mixture of both. Join us as we explore managing and understanding our min…
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Continuing our deep dive into the negotiation world, "Guess What? You Can Negotiate Your Salary, Raise, and Severance: Part II" shifts the focus to raises and severance packages. Many overlook the potential to negotiate beyond initial hiring, but Ileka and 'Tine are here to change that perspective. Learn how to leverage your accomplishments for a r…
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Send us a Text Message. Welcome to the Black Women Amplified Podcast, your space for amplifying the voices and stories of Black women. Join us as we dive into meaningful conversations that inspire, empower, and uplift. In today's episode, we sit down with Dr. Stephanie Brown, a renowned physician, and top life coach. Dr. Brown shares her journey, i…
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Unlock the power of negotiation in "Guess What? You Can Negotiate Your Salary, Raise, and Severance: Part I." This episode demystifies the negotiation process for salary and overall compensation, proving that there's more on the table than just the base pay. Join Ileka and 'Tine as they delve into the art of negotiating bonuses, stipends, additiona…
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My strong is acknowledging my mistakes and holding myself accountable. Hey there, it’s Shirl and Natty! In this episode, we dive deep into a topic that hits close to home: acknowledging our vulnerabilities and mistakes, and the importance of taking accountability, especially within our Black female community. We know how challenging it can be to na…
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Send us a Text Message. Welcome to Black Women Amplified, where we celebrate the voices and journeys of extraordinary Black women making waves in the music industry. Today, we're thrilled to introduce you to the incomparable Wendy Moten, a musical force whose talent has captivated audiences worldwide. Wendy Moten is more than just a singer; she's a…
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In "The Masks We Wear: Navigating Code-Switching," we peel back the layers of a reality many Black women face in professional settings: the constant adjustment of one’s behavior, speech, and appearance to fit into predominantly white spaces. This episode takes a hard look at code-switching's exhausting dance, from corporate halls to entrepreneurial…
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My strong is my belief that Black women are sick of riding and dying We’re thrilled to welcome award-winning author and advocate Shanita Hubbard to our show for an enlightening discussion. Shanita shares her unique perspective on the “Ride or Die” narrative in hip-hop and its profound impact on Black women, drawing from personal experiences and a d…
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What a day for a daydream. How high are your expectations of people, or in life, overall? In this episode I share how our disappointments are correlated to the height of our expectations. Note: I made reference to a skit titled "Lowered Expectations" and attributed it to In Living Color but it was actually MADtv. I was correct about it being from t…
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Send us a Text Message. Meet Stephanie Perry, a visionary leader empowering Black women to discover freedom and self-expression. As CEO of House Sitter School and co-founder of the Exodus Summit, she leads a vibrant community of 15,000 strong, transforming lives with fresh perspectives and boundless possibilities. Join us as Stephanie shares her jo…
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Dive deep into "From Doubt to Domination: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome," an episode dedicated to dismantling one of the biggest psychological hurdles Black women face in their professional journeys. Join 'Tine Zekis, with her insights from corporate America, and Ileka Falette, a beacon of entrepreneurial spirit, as they explore strategies to conque…
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My strong is humanizing myself. In a world that often demands Black women to be strong at all costs, there is a growing recognition of the need to humanize ourselves — to acknowledge our vulnerabilities, set boundaries, and prioritize self-care. In this episode of Shades of Strong Podcast, hosts Shirley Hubbard and Natalyn Bradshaw delve into the i…
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In this episode we will share ways that help unravel the emotions of grief. Your favorite podcast host, TracyMac, will be joined by our VIP guest, Dr. Andrea Hines. Dr. Hines is not only the president of ALH Broadcasting but also an international TV and radio host, as well as the author of several spiritual and self-help books. With over 20 years o…
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In this episode, I had the pleasure of attending the 3rd Annual Women In Wellness Summit at Kean University as a media host. The summit's theme was Intentional Living, and it was a wonderful opportunity to connect with inspiring panelists and attendees, including Iyanna Anderson, the founder of Well Together. Iyanna shared her hopes for how women w…
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This week on #BWWOPodcast, let's talk about cosmetic procedures in the black community! You won't want to miss this! BIG Announcement - We have MERCH!!! That's right- sweatshirts, t-shirts and hoodies- we have it all- Click Here to Shop! Black Women with Opinions Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music and YouTube! Follow us o…
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Welcome to the premiere episode of "The Getting Black Women Paid Podcast," where ambition meets action in the quest for economic empowerment. Join your hosts, ‘Tine Zekis, a seasoned navigator of corporate America, and Ileka Falette, a visionary entrepreneur, as they embark on a mission to uplift and empower Black women through financial wisdom and…
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Let's journey together and explore the intricacies of community support in today's podcast episode. Join your favorite podcast host, TracyMac, as we embark on a transformative exploration from individual effort to collaborative triumph, cultivating meaningful relationships that enrich our lives and communities. Whether you seek like-mindedness, way…
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Send us a Text Message. Welcome to the Black Women Amplified podcast, where we invite you to join us on a journey of inspiration and discovery. In this episode, we are thrilled to have the incredible Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant sharing her expertise and passion with us. Dr. Wynn-Grant's fascination with wildlife and conservation traces back to her childhood…
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My strong is empowering Black women.Get ready for a powerful new season of Shades of Strong! Hosted by Shirley Hubbard and Natalyn Bradshaw, this podcast empowers Black women to embrace their authentic selves and challenge societal stereotypes.Launching on April 9th, this season features compelling conversations with inspiring guests. From discussi…
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