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Parenting for the Culture
Holiday Pics and Gifts!

Parenting for the Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 28:28


It's December and for a lot of us it's the start of the panic of the Holiday season! Charisse is here to help lighten the load. First on our mind are those perfect holiday pictures. It is hard getting all six of the little ones ready to take that photo to send out in the holiday card. What do we need to do as parents and caregivers to prepare our children (and ourselves) to make that experience an enjoyable one for the whole family?PLUS holiday gifts. We know that we all have a little bit of dread when it comes to picking out the perfect gift for every child. Is it the right gift? Will they get bored? Will it ruin my house? Charisse knows just what you are going through and is here to guide you through your gift buying journey. If you have a question you need Charisse to answer Fill out our form  or join the Parenting for the Culture Class (its FREE) and discuss every episode with Charisse every Friday after the episode drops!Don't forget to connect with Charisse @charissesimsIf you learned something today, make sure you tell another parent so they can get in on the info! Click that follow button and follow the podcast so you never miss a new episode. If you really want to help us out, rate and review (we all need that positive affirmation!) See you next week!========Black Love is Forever! While the docuseries has taken its final bow you can still find all things Black Love on the Black Love+ app This includes our original series Couch Conversations!  This season Kevin and Melissa Fredricks are bringing their 18 years of marriage experience, rawness, and friendship to Couch Conversations Season 4✨, now streaming on the Black Love+ App Black Love's #CouchConversations is presented in partnership with @Target!Connect with us:@blacklove on Instagram@blacklovedoc on Facebook@blacklovedoc on Twitter

The Mama's Den
Gifts, Vaginas, and Colds

The Mama's Den

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 32:48


The Mamas are just catching up this week and they're talking about everything . First with the holidays fast approaching gifts are on everyone's mind and everyone has very different opinions on what types of gifts they life to receive. Plus, at what age do women stop wearing underwear? Is there an age? Does it depend on the vagina? Also, it's cold season! What is everyone's favorite cold remedies? It's just a fun conversation between friends. So shake off the turkey hangover, stake out your cyber monday claim and listen in!Mamas! Aunties! Village! What are you up to this holiday season? Let us know over at   @themamasdenpodcast or send us an email at podcasts@blacklove.com========Make sure you're connecting with our Mamas!Ashley - @watermeloneggrollsCodie - @codiecoFelicia - @felicialatourMelanie - @melaniefiona========Black Love is Forever! While the docuseries has taken its final bow you can still find all things Black Love on the Black Love+ app This includes our original series Couch Conversations!  This season Kevin and Melissa Fredricks are bringing their 18 years of marriage experience, rawness, and friendship to Couch Conversations Season 4✨, now streaming on the Black Love+ App Black Love's #CouchConversations is presented in partnership with @Target!Connect with us:@blacklove on Instagram@blacklovedoc on Facebook@blacklovedoc on Twitter

Honestlyhelen
(S4:E6) Talking Life Honestly: Worldly Things

Honestlyhelen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 59:00


Who knew this Podcast would generate such GOOD conversations?! On this episode I catch up with a childhood friend, Nicholas and we just shoot the sh*t! This episode is the first of its kind where there is no central topic (there's always a theme whether I intend it or not) so we just let our conversation take us where it wants to. From the Black Family to who shows up for you in your elderly days. It was such a pleasure to connect with Nicholas and to just let the conversation flow. As always, we keep it honest and drop some gems in this conversation! I really do hope you enjoy the good vibes in the episode but if nothing else, can take a gem or two away and apply it. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/helen-sustarich/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/helen-sustarich/support

Elevate Your Success 101
Every Black Family Should Own These 10 Assets

Elevate Your Success 101

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 18:59


In today episodes of Elevate Your Success I will be explaining 10 essential assets each black family should have and the benefits of having them !

The Mama's Den
A Mama's Den Thanksgiving

The Mama's Den

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 38:23


It's Thanksgiving week! Felicia is out taking care of a sick little one but the rest of the Mamas are here with their Thanksgiving plans. What traditions do each of our Mamas look forward to the most? PLUS Travel tips! Look, we know that a lot of our Mama's Den village is wondering how to get in and around the airport this holiday season and we've got you covered! Melanie, Ashley and Codie are pros when it comes to traveling with these kids, and they know just what you need to make it through the busiest travel season of the year. Mamas! Aunties! Village! What tips did we miss? Let us know over at   @themamasdenpodcast or send us an email at podcasts@blacklove.com========Make sure you're connecting with our Mamas!Ashley - @watermeloneggrollsCodie - @codiecoFelicia - @felicialatourMelanie - @melaniefiona========Black Love is Forever! While the docuseries has taken its final bow you can still find all things Black Love on the Black Love+ app This includes our original series Couch Conversations!  This season Kevin and Melissa Fredricks are bringing their 18 years of marriage experience, rawness, and friendship to Couch Conversations Season 4✨, now streaming on the Black Love+ App Black Love's #CouchConversations is presented in partnership with @Target!Connect with us:@blacklove on Instagram@blacklovedoc on Facebook@blacklovedoc on Twitter

We Got Problems
Black Families Purchased over 5 Hundred Acres of Land with Ashley Scott

We Got Problems

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 41:09


“Using the Past to Build the Future” Ashley N. Scott currently serves as the Chief Communications Officer of The Freedom Georgia Initiative. Mrs. Scott is not only a real estate agent but an activist and public speaker helping to amplify the story of how 19 Black families purchased over 502 acres of land 2-hours south of Metro Atlanta to implement their vision of an environmentally friendly, self-sufficient, intentional community.  A graduate of Bennett College for Women with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Ashley Scott currently works with Keller Williams Atlanta Metro East and resides in Stonecrest, GA. She is a member of the Dekalb Association of REALTORS, the NAACP, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and sits on the Board of the Black Achievement Fund. A sought-after inspirational speaker and content contributor, Ashley's is recognized from her two appearances on Earn Your Leisure (Apple's #1 Business Podcast), CNN, and the Black News Channel. Her story has been featured in Forbes, Washington Post, New York Times, and more.  To  connect with Ashley, use the links below:   IG:https://www.instagram.com/Ashleyscottkw Website: www.AshleyScottInspires.com   For more information, visit the website or send an email.   email: wegotproblemspodcast@gmail.com Web: https://www.wegotproblemspodcast.com   Networking Group Join We Got Problems After Dark   Our Websites https://wegotproblemspodcast.com https://curtisgmartin.com https://rhondawritesofficial.com https://thetrashvegan.com   Follow us on Social Media:  @curtismartin247  Curtis G Martin @therhondalbrown Rhonda L Brown @the_trash_vegan_ Caliph Johnson Sr   #curtisgmartin  #rhondalbrown  #caliphjohnsonsr #wegotproblemsafterdark #wegotproblemspodcast #therhondalbrown #the_trash_vegan_ #curtismartin247 #wegotproblems #wegotsolutions #CurtisGmartin #RhondaLBrown #CaliphJohnsonSr #ghettowaze #johnniedominoe #politics #vote  

BLACK GIRLS EATING
Thanksgiving Crossover with Hue I Do

BLACK GIRLS EATING

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 106:32


On this episode of Black Girls Eating, Candace and Tanorria collab with the ladies of the Hue I Do podcast. They share all things family, food, and fun. Listen in as they share about the great pie debate and why Thanksgiving is so important in Black families.

Truly Unruly
Getting Hilariously Honest About Dating to Marriage | ep #76

Truly Unruly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 25:13


We call this episode "our freestyle" episode, we're talking crazy about dating, marriage, and everything in between. Get ready to laugh because we have some funny stories ready to dish up.

Parenting for the Culture
Making Our Thanksgiving Plates

Parenting for the Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 28:23


Hi Friends! Charisse is back from the Black Love Weekend and she is feeling replenished! But how does that turn into Thanksgiving tips for you and your little heavens? Well it's all about having a seat at the table. Listen in as Charisse shares what you can do to help your children feel included this Thanksgiving and all holiday season!If you have a question you need Charisse to answer Fill out our form  or join the Parenting for the Culture Class (its FREE) and discuss every episode with Charisse every Friday after the episode drops!Don't forget to connect with Charisse @charissesimsIf you learned something today, make sure you tell another parent so they can get in on the info! Click that follow button and follow the podcast so you never miss a new episode. If you really want to help us out, rate and review (we all need that positive affirmation!) See you next week!========Black Love is Forever! While the docuseries has taken its final bow you can still find all things Black Love on the Black Love+ app This includes our original series Couch Conversations!  This season Kevin and Melissa Fredricks are bringing their 18 years of marriage experience, rawness, and friendship to Couch Conversations Season 4✨, now streaming on the Black Love+ App Black Love's #CouchConversations is presented in partnership with @Target!Connect with us:@blacklove on Instagram@blacklovedoc on Facebook@blacklovedoc on Twitter 

Good Up
The Things We Learn From Our Siblings

Good Up

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 68:05


How many siblings do you have and what is your relationship dynamic like? How did the way you were raised affect the way you navigated your sibling relationships? Do you have other people in your circle of care that you call brothers and sisters? In a continuation of our "The Things We Learn From..." series, this week's episode touches on sibling relationships: the good, the bad, and the hilarious. From sibling dynamics and rivalries, to the struggles of oldest daughters, sibling fall outs, and learning to value sibling relationships later on in life: we talk about it all. Join the conversation by using #gooduptuesday on social media, or tagging us @gooduppod. SPONSOR INFORMATION: This episode of Good Up is sponsored by Empath Psychological Services: locally owned, millennial operated therapy for Virgin Islanders by Virgin Islanders. Interested in teletherapy services in the US Virgin Islands or the state of Texas? Visit www.empathpsychologicalservices.com for more information on booking a session. Support the show

ALP: The Admissions Leadership Podcast

Andy Borst,  Director of Undergraduate Admissions at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, shares tips on nurturing and managing relationships with the media (with hat-tips to Scott Jaschik and Eric Hoover). Andy also shares his morning routine (itself a pro tip) as well as the origins of his name, which we somehow accidentally trip over early in the episode. Rapid DescentWalkout song:  Know Your Enemy by Green DayBest recent read: The Black Family's Guide to College Admissions by Tim Fields and Shereem Herndon-BrownEager to read next: Campus Economics: How Economic Thinking Can Help Improve College and University Decisions by Sandy Baum and Michael McPhersonFavorite podcast(s): The Truth About College Admission, the  new podcast by Rick Clark and Brennan Barnard. Favorite thing to make in the kitchen: Crab boilWhat he uses to take and keep notes: leather-bound notebook stuffed with Post-it notes.Memorable bit of advice: No-one owns the university loyalty.Bucket list: Write a book about college admission.Theme music arranged by Ryan Anselment.

Tradeoffs
The Hurdles Facing Black Families Navigating Serious Illness

Tradeoffs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 25:26


Black Americans are at higher risk for many serious illnesses like dementia and kidney failure. But data show they are less likely to have their pain treated and less likely to access services like hospice and palliative care that can reduce suffering, especially at the end of life.This week, we explore what stops seriously ill Black patients and their families from getting the care they want in life and in death.Guests:Deborah Brunson, PhD, Caregiver and Professor Emeritus, University of North Carolina WilmingtonKaren Bullock, PhD, LCSW, Professor, Boston College School of Social WorkLearn more and read a full transcript on our website.Want more Tradeoffs? Sign up for our free weekly newsletter featuring the latest health policy research and news.Support this type of journalism today, with a gift, and have your donation tripled if you give before the end of 2022. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Truly Unruly
Want a Better Relationship? Fighting Fair is Key! | ep. #75

Truly Unruly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 34:18


Fighting and arguing in relationships feel uncomfortable and can really hurt the relationship if both parties are trying to hurt each other. But, fighting is normal in relationships. Learning to fight fairly, however, takes some time and practice to learn. If you want a healthy, long-lasting relationship it's important to take key steps to fight fair and to grow from the fight. Instead of hurting your relationship, a "fair" fight might actually help the relationship.In this episode, the Trufants, discuss their "fighting style" - if they fight fair and how they (and you) might improve your communication during a fight - and actually grow from the fight.

Why Are They So Angry?
Roses for Rosie

Why Are They So Angry?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 23:16


You've probably seen the iconic poster of a white woman in a red bandanna proudly flexing her muscles with the words “We Can Do It” emblazoned across the top. The poster became known as Rosie the Riveter. Few know that image easily could have been of a Black woman since over 600,000 Black American women were “Rosies” in defense industry and government jobs supporting WWII war efforts. Listen as Dr. Carol François and Kourtney Square describe and honor their accomplishments as a Veterans' Day tribute. Want more like this? Go to https://www.podpage.com/why-are-they-so-angry/ to get the history they didn't teach you in school. Citations A Bouquet of “Black Rosies”: A Dozen Facts About the African American “Rosies” of World War II — Live in Everett Betty Reid Soskin - Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park (U.S. National Park Service) ‘Black Rosies': The Forgotten African American Heroines of the WWII Homefront - HISTORY “Film honors African American women who were ‘Rosie the Riveters' during World War II”, The Washington Post, Dana Hedgpeth, December 31, 2021. Honoring Our Country's Black Rosies Image of Rosie Broadens to Embrace African American Women | Kaiser Permanente Invisible Warriors Public Work Provides Economic Security for Black Families and Communities - Center for American Progress Rosie the Riveter https://youtu.be/EErJupzj2hw ‘Rosie the Riveter' and the Black Women Who Joined a Movement - The Sacramento Observer Rosie the Riveter isn't who you think she is - The Washington Post --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carol-francois/support

The Mama's Den
When Do Kids Holla At Each Other?

The Mama's Den

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 33:09


These KIDS are crushing!! We were not ready! Nothing is sacred and they are starting YOUNG. One of Codie's twins has already developed a crush. Felicia's daughter Peace has willed her crush into the universe. Ashley's daughter went and kissed someone and Melanie's son is ready to take someone out on a date (he's 6). Of course it's all innocent because they're children, but now the Mamas are thinking about the future and what will it look like when their kids bring home their first serious partner? Do we (as parents) have certain expectations of our children? Let's talk about it!Mamas! Aunties! Village! What should we be on the look out for with these kids? ? Let us know over at   @themamasdenpodcast or send us an email at podcasts@blacklove.com========Make sure you're connecting with our Mamas!Ashley - @watermeloneggrollsCodie - @codiecoFelicia - @felicialatourMelanie - @melaniefiona========

#RolandMartinUnfiltered
Cocktails & Convos, 2022 Midterm Elections, Sen. Cory Booker, OH Cop To pay $4.4M to Black Family

#RolandMartinUnfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 132:30


11.3.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Cocktails & Convos, 2022 Midterm Elections, Sen. Cory Booker, OH Cop To pay $4.4M to Black Family  LIVE from Arlington, Texas, at the Texas Rangers Golf Club for Fight for Democracy: Cocktails and Convos.   There's an effort to get black men to vote for the upcoming midterm election.  But black men say they feel ignored by politicians.  I'll talk to Nicquel Terry Ellis, a CNN Senior Writer for Race and Equality, who spoke to several black men in Georgia who say the messaging from Democrats or Republicans isn't being directed at them. Charlie Crist is running for Florida Governor again.  He's on the campaign trail trying to convince voters he's the better choice.  Senator Cory Booker will join the discussion about the midterm elections.  A former Ohio cop must pay  $4.4 million to the family of a black man he killed.  Lena Horne becomes the first black woman to have a Broadway theater named after her.   Support RolandMartinUnfiltered and #BlackStarNetwork via the Cash App ☛ https://cash.app/$rmunfiltered PayPal ☛ https://www.paypal.me/rmartinunfiltered Venmo ☛https://venmo.com/rmunfiltered Zelle ☛ roland@rolandsmartin.com Annual or monthly recurring #BringTheFunk Fan Club membership via paypal ☛ https://rolandsmartin.com/rmu-paypal/ Download the #BlackStarNetwork app on iOS, AppleTV, Android, Android TV, Roku, FireTV, SamsungTV and XBox

Parenting for the Culture
Stop Playing the Shame Game

Parenting for the Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 28:04


Shame has been weighing heavily on Charisse after she caught a clip from the 2021 Black Love Summit (make sure you get your tickets to our 2022 Summit right now!) where Bre discussed how shame from her childhood had affected her relationship with her partner as an adult. As parents we often use shame as a way to try to teach our children right or wrong, but does it really accomplish that? Listen in as Charisse breaks down the idea of shame, whether or not she believes we should be shaming our little ones, and what other options we have as parents to teach our children the lessons we are trying to get across instead.If you have a question you need Charisse to answer Fill out our form  or join the Parenting for the Culture Class (its FREE) and discuss every episode with Charisse every Friday after the episode drops!Don't forget to connect with Charisse @charissesimsIf you learned something today, make sure you tell another parent so they can get in on the info! Click that follow button and follow the podcast so you never miss a new episode. If you really want to help us out, rate and review (we all need that positive affirmation!) See you next week!========

New Books in American Studies
Elizabeth Drame et al., "The Resistance, Persistence and Resilience of Black Families Raising Children with Autism" (Peter Lang, 2020)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 56:18


The Resistance, Persistence and Resilience of Black Families Raising Children with Autism (Peter Lang, 2020) presents nuanced perspectives in the form of counternarratives of what Black families who have children with autism experience at the intersection of race, class, disability and gender. It intentionally centers the expertise of Black parents, challenging what is considered knowledge, whose knowledge counts, and how knowledge can be co-generated for learning, sharing and advocacy. The book speaks directly to Black parents on the autism journey.  To right systemic racial inequities and to cultivate culturally responsive practices, it is critical for practitioners and professionals to understand what is known about Black families' experiences with autism in general and how these experiences differ because of our intersecting identities. University faculty and students in programs involving medicine, speech and language pathology, occupational therapy, nursing, political science, school psychology, teaching, special education and leadership can benefit from the wisdom offered by these parents. This text is perfect for several courses, including those in departments of anthropology, women and gender studies, health sciences, psychology, special education, teacher education and administrative leadership. In addition, given the uniquely Black perspective presented in the text, this text is relevant to other fields, including ethnic studies, cultural studies, urban studies and African American studies. It is relevant to individuals who wish to better understand how issues of race and intra-racial differences shape lived experiences with disability in American society. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Elizabeth Drame et al., "The Resistance, Persistence and Resilience of Black Families Raising Children with Autism" (Peter Lang, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 56:18


The Resistance, Persistence and Resilience of Black Families Raising Children with Autism (Peter Lang, 2020) presents nuanced perspectives in the form of counternarratives of what Black families who have children with autism experience at the intersection of race, class, disability and gender. It intentionally centers the expertise of Black parents, challenging what is considered knowledge, whose knowledge counts, and how knowledge can be co-generated for learning, sharing and advocacy. The book speaks directly to Black parents on the autism journey.  To right systemic racial inequities and to cultivate culturally responsive practices, it is critical for practitioners and professionals to understand what is known about Black families' experiences with autism in general and how these experiences differ because of our intersecting identities. University faculty and students in programs involving medicine, speech and language pathology, occupational therapy, nursing, political science, school psychology, teaching, special education and leadership can benefit from the wisdom offered by these parents. This text is perfect for several courses, including those in departments of anthropology, women and gender studies, health sciences, psychology, special education, teacher education and administrative leadership. In addition, given the uniquely Black perspective presented in the text, this text is relevant to other fields, including ethnic studies, cultural studies, urban studies and African American studies. It is relevant to individuals who wish to better understand how issues of race and intra-racial differences shape lived experiences with disability in American society. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in African American Studies
Elizabeth Drame et al., "The Resistance, Persistence and Resilience of Black Families Raising Children with Autism" (Peter Lang, 2020)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 56:18


The Resistance, Persistence and Resilience of Black Families Raising Children with Autism (Peter Lang, 2020) presents nuanced perspectives in the form of counternarratives of what Black families who have children with autism experience at the intersection of race, class, disability and gender. It intentionally centers the expertise of Black parents, challenging what is considered knowledge, whose knowledge counts, and how knowledge can be co-generated for learning, sharing and advocacy. The book speaks directly to Black parents on the autism journey.  To right systemic racial inequities and to cultivate culturally responsive practices, it is critical for practitioners and professionals to understand what is known about Black families' experiences with autism in general and how these experiences differ because of our intersecting identities. University faculty and students in programs involving medicine, speech and language pathology, occupational therapy, nursing, political science, school psychology, teaching, special education and leadership can benefit from the wisdom offered by these parents. This text is perfect for several courses, including those in departments of anthropology, women and gender studies, health sciences, psychology, special education, teacher education and administrative leadership. In addition, given the uniquely Black perspective presented in the text, this text is relevant to other fields, including ethnic studies, cultural studies, urban studies and African American studies. It is relevant to individuals who wish to better understand how issues of race and intra-racial differences shape lived experiences with disability in American society. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

ALP: The Admissions Leadership Podcast
Visionaries and Integrators: Complementary Collaboration

ALP: The Admissions Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 48:05


Tim Fields (Emory University) and Shereem Herndon-Brown (Strategic Admissions Advice)—co-authors of The Black Family's Guide to College Admissions: A Conversation about Education, Parenting and Race, and co-hosts of the podcast, Application to Admission: Understanding the Choices—provide a master class in leveraging complementary experiences, skillsets and mindsets in the collaborative process as they discuss how their groundbreaking new book grew from idea through process to reality. Rapid DescentWalkout song:  Got to Give it Up  by Marvin Gaye (Tim); U Don't Know by Jay-Z (Shereem)Best recent read: Rocket Fuel by Gino Wickman (Tim); Women Talk Money: Breaking the Taboo by Rebecca Walker (Shereem)Eager to read next: The Shape of the River by William Bowen and Derek Book (Shereem): "I'll be reading a book a day [during application reading season at Emory]" (Tim)Favorite podcast(s): How I Built This (Shereem); Earn Your Leisure (Tim)Favorite thing to make in the kitchen: Enchiladas (Tim); "Mean chocolate waffles" (Shereem)What he uses to take and keep notes: Mohawk journals (Tim); "I'm a paper guy" (Shereem) Memorable bit of advice: "Life isn't fair; fair is a place where they judge pigs." (Tim); "Do hard things." (Shereem)Bucket list: Skydiving (Tim); Taking my wife to Italy to ride on a gondola, then do a Mediterranean/Northern Africa tour—also, have an intrusive pedicure (Shereem).Theme music arranged by Ryan Anselment.

Truly Unruly
Should You Vent To Your Friends About Your Relationship? | ep. #74

Truly Unruly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 31:55


Talking with a good friend can easily turn into a vent session all about your relationship. Sometimes it just feels good to get it out and to get someone else's take on the situation. But, is venting to your friends about your relationship healthy? Listen to what the Trufants say about this topic in their marriage. 

Parenting for the Culture
Spooky SZN Tricks and Tips

Parenting for the Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 25:21


Halloween is only a few days away and look if you don't have a costume for your little heavens, Charisse can't help you. What she DOES have tips for is navigating the chaos that is the Halloween experience. The sounds, the exercise, the SUGAR! There is so much stimulation that if you don't go into the day with a game plan you are going to get had. We've got your back parents!  Planning for Halloween is as much about us as it is about our little ones. Listen in as Charisse drops gems to make sure that it's all treats for you this Halloween!If you have a question you need Charisse to answer Fill out our form  or join the Parenting for the Culture Class (its FREE) and discuss every episode with Charisse every Friday after the episode drops!Don't forget to connect with Charisse @charissesimsIf you learned something today, make sure you tell another parent so they can get in on the info! Click that follow button and follow the podcast so you never miss a new episode. If you really want to help us out, rate and review (we all need that positive affirmation!) See you next week!========Join us in Los Angeles on November 12th for a day of Black joy and Black love you won't forget at the 5th Annual Black Love Summit. The Summit is about DATING, PARTNERSHIP, WELLNESS, and COMMUNITY. From conversations with Nina & Russell Westbrook to Naturi Naughton & hubby Two Lewis and so many more, we are curating a special day for you and a night of fun with our RnB House Party family and Coco Jones! Tickets to the 2022 Black Love Summit are available now! Visit BLACKLOVE.COM/SUMMIT for more info. 

Truly Unruly
Someone fell asleep during sex - should you be upset?  | ep. #73

Truly Unruly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 36:01


Has your spouse fallen asleep during sex? Do they fall asleep immediately after sex? Or, maybe YOU are the one falling asleep. One of the Trufants fell asleep during sex...can you guess who? Find out how the Trufants reacted in this episode.

Marchello Bradley’s What’s Up With You?
Destruction of the Black Family | @DrMartin2U

Marchello Bradley’s What’s Up With You?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 61:16


S4 EP16 Destruction of the Black Family Dr. April Martin Author / Doctor / Business Owner / Dating Coach / Mother / Wife 1. What caused the destruction of the black family? 2. Who's most responsible for rebuilding it? 3. How do we rebuild it? 4. What accountability should black men take for where we are? 5. What accountability should black women take for where we are? 6. Are too many black men toxic or simply not in touch with their emotions enough? 7. In what ways are black women toxic? 8. Do we have to agree politically to be a force? 9. How do we promote black love and marriage? 10. Do you see the gender roles changing? 11. How do we keep our kids focused in a world that promotes ignorance? 12. Did integration hurt or help blacks overall? 13. How much has the welfare state divided us? 14. Can we actually put our differences aside for the purpose of improving our future and legacy? Links: Contact / Follow / Purchase Dr. Martin's books at https://instagram.com/drmartin2u?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= https://www.amazon.com/Dr.-April-Martin/e/B09MZHWZ4C?ref_=pe_1724030_132998060 Follow Marchello Bradley on Instagram and Facebook and more at: https://linktr.ee/Iamchellsx https://instagram.com/iamchellsx?utm_medium=copy_link https://www.facebook.com/chells240 Suggested Reading: https://www.amazon.com/Dark-Side-Light-Chasers-Reclaiming/dp/1594485259 https://www.amazon.com/Difficult-Conversations-Discuss-What-Matters/dp/0143118447 https://www.amazon.com/Run-Pain-Dr-Robert-Evans-ebook/dp/B0948GN8GB/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?crid=23TYATRDE0X39&keywords=run+to+the+pain+evans&qid=1659747288&sprefix=run+to+the+pain+evans%2Caps%2C36&sr=8-1 https://www.amazon.com/Master-Your-Emotions-Practical-Negativity-ebook/dp/B07CX8H6YH/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?crid=1IA26L6FT03AD&keywords=master+your+emotions+book&qid=1659747313&sprefix=master+your+emori%2Caps%2C57&sr=8-1 ============================ More videos from Marchello Bradley: Show Clips https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLf_0uG_TwSbV6m1ODc1ixGTm2y0BNTGhy Full Interviews of What's Up With You? https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLf_0uG_TwSbWQq0uDlRKtxXCi20tKz4oZ

Mississippi Edition
10/21/2022 - Pardons & Water | ACA Family Glitch | Black Family's Guide to College Admissions

Mississippi Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 23:21


The Governor weighs in on pardons and the latest developments regarding the City of Jackson's water system.Then, what a fix to the ACA's "family glitch" means for Mississippians.Plus, a new guide to college admissions focuses on Black families. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Truly Unruly
Learn To Pick Your Battles Wisely For a Healthy Relationship | ep. #72

Truly Unruly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 39:02


Disagreements in relationships are normal. But, constant bickering can cause havoc even in the most healthy relationships. There comes a point when it's important to learn how to choose which fights are worth fighting and which ones are easier to just let go of. In this episode, The Trufants discuss the art of picking your battles wisely in a relationship. 

The Mama's Den
These Kids Smell Like Outside

The Mama's Den

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 25:14 Very Popular


Today's episode is brought to you commercial free by our friends at PROUDLY. The Mama's Den is glad to bring you a a special deal just for our Mama community! Save 20% off your order of at least $50 (excluding subscriptions) with code BLACKLOVE! Shoutout to PROUDLY for looking out for our melanated babies! Mamas, do you remember your first time you brought home your first born? That new baby smell? The all new terrifying reality of BATHTIME! That first bath can be very scary for new mamas, and as we all know, it doesn't necessarily get much better as these kids get older. Sometimes convincing these kids to get in the damn tub is HARD! Listen in as the Mamas share some of their bath time routines (or lack there of) and what has and hasn't worked for them along their parenting journeys.========Make sure you're connecting with our Mamas!Ashley - @watermeloneggrollsCodie - @codiecoFelicia - @felicialatourMelanie - @melaniefiona========Black Love is Forever! While the docuseries has taken its final bow you can still find all things Black Love on the Black Love+ app This includes our original series Couch Conversations!  This season Kevin and Melissa Fredricks are bringing their 18 years of marriage experience, rawness, and friendship to Couch Conversations Season 4✨, streaming right now on the Black Love+ App!Black Love's #CouchConversations is presented in partnership with @Target!Connect with us:@blacklove on Instagram@blacklovedoc on Facebook@blacklovedoc on Twitter

Relationship Insights with Carrie Abbott
Are Democrats Destroying Black Families?

Relationship Insights with Carrie Abbott

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 24:48


John Amanchukwu is a passionate minister, author and father and believes the Democrat party is destroying the black community and dividing the church through abortion and CRT. Join this lively conversation!

Parenting for the Culture
Parenting from Hellness to Wellness with David Wasicki

Parenting for the Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 70:13


Wellness. We all have heard the word. We all know we need some sort of wellness in our life, even though we don't have any sort of grasp on it. But as parents we know that we need to model better behaviors for our kids so we are out here TRYING. Which is why Charisse was so excited to talk to David Wasicki, CTNC. David is a girl dad of a toddler, the General Manager of Black Love Inc, a fellow podcast host, and a Certified Transformational Nutrition Coach. In addition to the balancing of all the things, David shares what his journey to wellness looked like, how being bi-racial shaped so much of his identity, how trauma can live in the body and so much more. If you want to hear more wellness conversations from a Male perspective make sure you check out Man to Man right here on the Black Love Podcast Network and don't forget to connect with David on Instagram @wasicki ======If you have a question you need Charisse to answer Fill out our form . Don't forget to connect with Charisse @charissesimsIf you learned something today, make sure you tell another parent so they can get in on the info! Click that follow button and follow the podcast so you never miss a new episode. If you really want to help us out, rate and review (we all need that positive affirmation!) See you next week!========Black Love is Forever! While the docuseries has taken its final bow you can still find all things Black Love on the Black Love+ app This includes our original series Couch Conversations!  This season Kevin and Melissa Fredricks are bringing their 18 years of marriage experience, rawness, and friendship to Couch Conversations Season 4✨, now streaming on the Black Love+ App Black Love's #CouchConversations is presented in partnership with @Target!Connect with us:@blacklove on Instagram@blacklovedoc on Facebook@blacklovedoc on TwitterShow Less

Truly Unruly
What Do You Listen To During Sex? | ep. #70

Truly Unruly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 33:23


Do you have a favorite R&B song to listen to during sex? Or are you a rap person? Do you like it better silent? Maybe you like the TV on in the background? In this hilarious episode, the Trufants share their favorite bedroom sounds (or not).

Insight with Beth Ruyak
Black families' child-care uncertainty | Stockton Police Chief Stanley McFadden | Violin virtuoso performs with Davis High

Insight with Beth Ruyak

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022


A survey reveals the inequities of child-care access for Black families in the Sacramento region. Stockton's Police Chief provides the latest on a string of deadly shootings his department says are connected. A world-renowned violinist will perform with the Davis High School Baroque Ensemble.  Inequities in child-care access Child-care can rival a mortgage and rent in California. A financial burden that is further weighed down by the reality that there is a shortage of available spaces. KidsData is a non-profit that tracks child-care costs and availability. Statewide the average cost for a child-care center is just under $1,500 a month. But that number is from 2018. The pandemic further strained what was already a difficult or unaffordable option for working households.  A poll conducted by Valley Vision and in partnership with CapRadio surveyed residents across our six-county region (Sacramento, Sutter, Yuba, Yolo, Placer and El Dorado counties).  It found about a third of parents say they do not have access to the child-care that they need.  CapRadio's Education Reporter Srishti Prabha spent time understanding the “why” as well as sharing the voices and lived experiences behind this data.    Update on serial shooter from Stockton Police Chief Stockton has been on edge in recent weeks. Police are searching for who they believe is a serial shooter, killing six people in the past year-and-a-half and injuring another victim who survived.  The shootings were recently linked through ballistics analysis. Police are not saying that the shootings are race-related, but there is a common theme. The shootings are happening late at night in isolated areas. Four of the victims appear to be of Hispanic descent and some of the victims were also experiencing homelessness. So far, police have shared a grainy security camera video of a person of interest. Stockton's new police chief Stanley McFadden joined Insight to provide the latest on the investigation.  Rachel Barton Pine to perform with Davis High School Baroque Ensemble Rachel Barton Pine has used her remarkable musical talent to connect with people around the world. Described as an exciting, boundary-defying performer, Pine's versatility on the violin has helped her earn countless awards and frequent performances among some of the most renowned orchestras. Her powerful and evocative performances have even been featured on the big screen/ including the award-winning 2018 film “The Favourite.”  Pine's next stop is here in Northern California where she'll be performing with the Davis High School Baroque Ensemble. The virtuoso joined Insight to tell us more about this performance along with Angelo Moreno, the Orchestra Director for Davis Senior High School.   

The Mama's Den
We Are Burned Out

The Mama's Den

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 32:34 Very Popular


Mamas we gotta be honest with you, we are burned out. We are tired. Our lives, our businesses, social media, it seems like it's coming from all directions. So we're just gonna talk about it. What do we do when it feels like we can't push any further? How has hustle culture gotten us here? Pull up and let's have a conversation. Mamas! Our friends at PROUDLY have a special deal for you! Save 20% off your order of at least $50 (excluding subscriptions) with code BLACKLOVE! Shoutout to PROUDLY for looking out for our melanated babies! ========Make sure you're connecting with our Mamas!Ashley - @watermeloneggrollsCodie - @codiecoFelicia - @felicialatourMelanie - @melaniefiona========Black Love is Forever! While the docuseries has taken its final bow you can still find all things Black Love on the Black Love+ app This includes our original series Couch Conversations!  This season Kevin and Melissa Fredricks are bringing their 18 years of marriage experience, rawness, and friendship to Couch Conversations Season 4✨, streaming right now on the Black Love+ App!Black Love's #CouchConversations is presented in partnership with @Target!Connect with us:@blacklove on Instagram@blacklovedoc on Facebook@blacklovedoc on Twitter

Parenting for the Culture
I CANT CALLLM DOWN!

Parenting for the Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 34:56


I CAN'T CALM DOWN! If you're a parent there's a good chance one of your little heavens has yelled this at one point or another, and if you're like any normal human being you were probably frustrated at the jump. You probably told them to breathe or to "just calm down" or try to take a walk. As adults with fully formed frontal lobes, we often forget that children do not have all the tools and experience we have to regulate our bodies and we get frustrated. Well, Charisse is here to tell you to keep CALLLM. C-A-L-L-L-M. Listen in to hear just what this acronym stands for and how it can help you in those moments when your children are just having a blowout. We know every child is different and develops the tools they need to regulate at different speeds, so this is just as much as a tool to help you all out as parents as it is to try to help your little ones too!======If you have a question you need Charisse to answer Fill out our form . Don't forget to connect with Charisse @charissesimsIf you learned something today, make sure you tell another parent so they can get in on the info! Click that follow button and follow the podcast so you never miss a new episode. If you really want to help us out, rate and review (we all need that positive affirmation!) See you next week!========Black Love is Forever! While the docuseries has taken its final bow you can still find all things Black Love on the Black Love+ app This includes our original series Couch Conversations!  This season Kevin and Melissa Fredricks are bringing their 18 years of marriage experience, rawness, and friendship to Couch Conversations Season 4✨, now streaming on the Black Love+ App Black Love's #CouchConversations is presented in partnership with @Target!Connect with us:@blacklove on Instagram@blacklovedoc on Facebook@blacklovedoc on Twitter

The Mama's Den
Infidelity, Incontinence & Individual Time with the Kids

The Mama's Den

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 35:51 Very Popular


It's Monday and the Mamas are back to answer some of your questions! Have any of them ever dealt with infidelity in their marriages? How do they find ways to spend quality time with each of their 50 eleventy kids? Plus we get confirmation on the strength of Ashley's vagina. Yup, you read that right!  Don't forget that you can always ask the mamas questions by  filling out our form!Mamas! Our friends at PROUDLY have a special deal for you! Save 20% off your order of at least $50 (excluding subscriptions) with code BLACKLOVE! Shoutout to PROUDLY for looking out for our melanated babies! ========Make sure you're connecting with our Mamas!Ashley - @watermeloneggrollsCodie - @codiecoFelicia - @felicialatourMelanie - @melaniefiona========Black Love is Forever! While the docuseries has taken its final bow you can still find all things Black Love on the Black Love+ app This includes our original series Couch Conversations!  This season Kevin and Melissa Fredricks are bringing their 18 years of marriage experience, rawness, and friendship to Couch Conversations Season 4✨, streaming right now on the Black Love+ App!Black Love's #CouchConversations is presented in partnership with @Target!Connect with us:@blacklove on Instagram@blacklovedoc on Facebook@blacklovedoc on Twitter

Parenting for Liberation
Episode 60: Homeschooling for Black Families with Nichelle Nelson

Parenting for Liberation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 43:39


On this episode, Trina speaks with Nichelle Nelson founder of Warp & Weft History, which offers virtual history and government classes for homeschooled teens. Nichelle Nelson is a veteran homeschool mom with 25 years of experience. She and her husband successfully homeschooled three of their children from birth to Baylor University and beyond. Nichelle holds a BA in History from Huston-Tillotson University and MS Ed in Multicultural Studies with an emphasis in Social Justice from the University of Houston - Clear Lake. www.warpandwefthistory.com

From the Desk of Rick Wallace
Ime Udoka's Suspension By Boston Celtics Exposes the Achilles of Blacks ~ No Code! (Part 2)

From the Desk of Rick Wallace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 22:41


Support the Black Men Lead Rite of Passage Initiative at https://square.link/u/1LQt3EYb or you can contribute directly through the Cash app at $TheOdysseyProject21 To learn more, visit: https://thevisioneticsinstitute.com/black-men-lead-rite-of-passage-initiative Celtics HC Ime Udoka Is Getting More Press for Consensual Relationship Than Brett Farve Ime Udoka's Suspension By Boston Celtics Exposes the Achilles of Blacks ~ No Code! (Part 2) Dr. Rick Wallace I was asked to explain how the work we do at Black Men Lead and The Odyssey Project intersects with this case. Here is my response. The work we do intersects with this case in multitudinous ways. 1. We have done hours and years of research and data reviews to understand how multigenerational trauma is passed down and how it plays out in the family dynamic. One way it plays out is in sexual confusion and sexual exploitation of our youth. 2. My work in the field of epigenetics has rendered an understanding of how the environments we create for our youth and their experiences as children has long-reaching impacts throughout their adulthood---even beyond the psychological and emotional issues. 3. Through programs like Black Men Lead, we provide a sense of identity, purpose, and direction through proper racial socialization (absolutely necessary for Blacks) on the front end. On the back end, we provide necessary resources for adolescent and young adult Black males, such as mental health resources, skills training, mentoring and more. Through Restoring Ghettos Forgotten Daughters (my wife's program), young girls and young women have access to similar resources. 4. We have a research arm and a think tank that are constantly compiling and analyzing information to create solutions for the enigmatic issues we face in the community. 5. I personally take on cases like this weekly to provide the necessary support to facilitate healing and a full recovery. You can learn a lot more about what we do on the organization's official site at https://www.theodysseyproject21.top Building Strong Black Men Will Require Work & Commitment! Support the Black Men Lead Rite of Passage Initiative at http://bit.ly/3JG6AXoBlackMenLead or you can contribute directly through the Cash app at $TheOdysseyProject21 Our goal is to hit $10,000 this week! Let's make it happen. Support the Odyssey Project In General at: https://checkout.square.site/merchant/J8WPCXYVGXZMZ/checkout/AG73VAIBTNGOP44EYSWYS65E or CashApp $TheOdysseyProject21 Dr. Rick Wallace Talks the Black Family & Black Love on The Sonrise Project Murder is Normal TedX by Michael Smith: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DxHL2i3cZo. Get your signed copy of my 24th book, Academic Apartheid, The Disproportionality in Special Education for Black Boys and More: https://checkout.square.site/merchant/J8WPCXYVGXZMZ/checkout/YELZJHPJTKTVDULR3ODA4GI6. Get your signed copy of Born in Captivity here: https://checkout.square.site/merchant/J8WPCXYVGXZMZ/checkout/7ZKOLCBYHX5QKSPDCNO7UP42. Get your signed copy of The Undoing of the African American Mind here: https://checkout.square.site/merchant/J8WPCXYVGXZMZ/checkout/Y377JHKP4R3H5WPOIM2VUQQX Check out all of our resources here: https://linktr.ee/RickWallace21 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rick-wallace3/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rick-wallace3/support

Truly Unruly
How Astrology Changed Jess' Life | ep. #70

Truly Unruly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 40:39


Jessica had her birth chart done recently and was in for a few major life surprises. In this episode, the Trufants share some of Jessica's astrological secrets and how it has changed her life.