A weekly dive into societal norms and what we really think about them as we manage adulting in today’s world and navigating parenthood one day at a time.
Join Azeb Freitas & Simon Freitas, Ethiopian American siblings trying to keep it real as they navigate adulthood and share how things affect their communities.
My Colorful Nana covers beauty, Black hair, femininity and cultural identity.
Your weekly culture commentary on life, Where you come and get the truth from 4 the hardway.
Perspective on national social issues, we will share the real, our opinions, get serious, and share laughs, all while educating our listeners.
These Philly natives bring their hilarious commentary on the latest in pop culture and more on this podcast.
Crowned ReRe and Mr. Al Pete join forces with their individual ideas to form another podcast! ‘Flowers For The Culture’ will be a biweekly podcast where they speak on a person (…or place, thing, idea, etc.) and how the culture needs to give them their flowers, crowns, and be protected.
Spilling the latest teas on everything from society and current events to culture and relationships! Defining Sophistaratchet and giving endless laughs. A little bit of both worlds to give you realness overload. Tune in!
Welcome to the Being Black w/ Camille Smith Podcast! This pod will coincide with my YouTube channel (iamcamillesmith). It is my hope that the show can highlight individual perspectives within the black community through storytelling in hopes it will elicit empathy from listeners. Each week, I will welcome on different guests from the black community to talk about various topics and spaces they feel their blackness has affected.
This pod aims to motivate, educate, and inspire black youth and black people globally. We highlight black excellence globally through interviews with black people in different fields. We also touch on black history and black mental health.
Your host, Bryan Saint-Louis, is diving in discussions with Impact Leaders in society. Each episode you will learn ways in which you can find that passion to Make A Difference in your life and in turn, Make A Difference in the World. You will hear from industry leaders, organizations, and every day people who are looking to change their lives in order to change the world. Consider this pod the ultimate guide to Impact Lives.
Adulting Decoded explores the good, the bad and in-between of adulting, decoding one topic at a time.
The No Cream No Sugar pod covers Black culture, politics, tea and shade over a cup of unapologetically black coffee. Tune in weekly to hear hostess, Amari Freeman, give her unfiltered take on the state of Black America.
Empowering Women of Color and addressing our uncomfortable truths! Mental Health, Wellness, Cultural News and More!
Three friends, Dr. Ronnie Mac, Trent B, and Ms Crys sit and discuss all things cultural and current for the Urban listeners in a weekly show that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seats. A weekly “Say What” segment and a “Confession Letter” segment will have you in shock! It’s time to see who is Comfortable Being Uncomfortable!
From gaps in the literature to gaps in society, two Black Ivy League PhD students talk academia + life.
Hosted by the Brother at the Bar is a pod for the Black community of Chicago to discuss the craft beer industry and learn about local breweries, food and events.
A pod dedicated to teaching leaders of color how to Live as a leader worth following, how to Lead others to do the same, and Leave a legacy for generations to come.
Can We Be R.E.A.L Podcast is an open and honest conversation about everything that we encounter in our daily lives. Join K&B, two childhood best friends with a journey and a story to tell. We will discuss real life issues within society such as mental health, spirituality, relationships and more , while staying up to date with the latest trending topics while keeping it live and entertaining.
Dazed and Amused Podcast is a cannabis fueled conversation about culture. Each week, host @Uniquebrinique amplifies black voices and highlights issues regarding adulthood, race, mental health, sexuality, and more using examples from the art storytelling through various media such as movies, music, and tv.
Many people don’t realize it, but the laws created in this country usually have an incredible story that goes with it. I’m Elly, a former federal law enforcement officer. And I want to share these stories and how they affect our everyday lives on my new podcast, Intelligence is Dope. Join me weekly as we explore case law, history, and the dope stories that come along with it.