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The Offensive Line
Episode 392 - No Nut November

The Offensive Line

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 91:04


Blackman and Zack talked about there Thanksgiving, Zack want to spend it with Blackman's family next year. Blackman had to pee on the side of the road on the way home. Zack had two really odd dreams but Blackman only had one that doesn't even compare to Zack's odd ball clown BS. Blackman still going strong with No Nut November but Zack is not a fan.    Links: The Meats Erick Feiling IG Zack Stack IG Erick Feiling Live Stream Comedian Erick Feiling   Music: NO NUT NOVEMBER - Official Music Video

Say Word Podcast
Year of the Dreamer

Say Word Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 130:01


Peace to the Black Man.

Film at Fifty
Brian's Song with Harrison Blackman

Film at Fifty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 72:55


Harrison Blackman joins Brian for a discussion of BRIAN'S SONG, the Emmy-winning TV movie tearjerker starring James Caan and Billy Dee Williams. They also talk about Williams' career and pick his three best films!BRIAN'S SONG is available on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3FB9hqpFollow the podcast at filmatfifty.com and @filmatfifty on social media, and please leave a five-star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts.

The Beat with Ari Melber
"A lynching": Three white men guilty of murdering unarmed Black man

The Beat with Ari Melber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 43:32


MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Wednesday, November 24, and reports on the verdict in the trial of the men who killed Ahmaud Arbery, President Biden's agenda, Charlottesville verdict, and NASA's mission to knock an asteroid off course. Neil DeGrasse Tyson joins.

American Dualism
We convince a Black Man (Melvin) that Rittenhouse was innocent

American Dualism

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 94:26


Oakbrook Mall was Robbed! I hope the looters like their designer bags. We have a in depth discussion with Melvin about the Rittenhouse verdict and by the end of the discussion we may or may not have changed some minds. Regardless we have a fun and entertaining discussion with Melvin and while we know that the black community is not a monolith and obviously Melvin cannot adequately represent the viewpoints of an entire community, just as me and Bob do not represent the entire white community. But we feel more discussion between the black and white community is always good and hope that this podcast will inspire more conversations. join the reddit, start a conversation. https://www.reddit.com/r/AmericanDualismPod/comments/gz3gj9/ramericandualismpod_lounge/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3 --- 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/americandualism/message

Hot Mess Millionaire
Sexual Violence Against Black Men

Hot Mess Millionaire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 42:24


Many (1 out of 4) Black Women have experienced sexual violence. In fact, sexual violence is one of the worst crimes against humanity, specifically as it was employed and monetized during Chattel Slavery. The impact is felt generationally in our relationships, in our bodies, and most importantly, in our sense of self and personal power. We know this historical trauma, and because we can talk about it, we can get the support to heal it. But what about the GROSS sexual trauma and violence against Black Men? Why is it not included in our history books or addressed in society now, when Black Men are molested and violently raped in our current society?   This week, Dr. Venus talks about having empathy and compassion for Black Men and their trauma, and how we can start to heal WITH them instead of prioritizing our pain over theirs. She shares 5 horrifying ways that enslaved African men were sexually exploited throughout slavery, and how we can begin to create a safe space for Black Men to open up.   Key Takeaways:  [2:23] This is a conversation about sexual violence against Black Men, both then and now. The reason why we are talking about this is that Dr. Venus is really contending with her own internal racism and sexism against Black Men. If we were talking about women and sexual trauma, there are libraries of readings, but she was shocked to the degree that there's nothing really out there about Black Men. [4:14] We relate to Black Men the way that White Supremacy has taught us to, and we think it's the truth. Because we've had bad experiences with Black Men and been wounded viciously by Black Men multiple times, we see all Black Men as bad. Dr. Venus validates that you have had this experience, and it was real. She is also not talking like a theorist, but a survivor. The damage is there, but on the other side of healing, we can see someone as a human being that has been damaged and wounded. [6:16] Dr. Venus gives an example of seeing that her mother was wounded and giving someone grace for their traumas. [9:22] How trapped is a Black Man that can't say anything because no one will believe them? Black Men are supposed to be strong. As far as history is concerned, they're not even people. [10:17] When Black Men act out after being wounded, we equate it more with character and go after the tropes of him being lazy, no good, or trifling. How come we don't account for history? [13:00] Black Boys are completely unprotected not just from men, but from older women. The women are taking advantage of Black younger boys, and those boys end up being with our daughters. We believe that since he is strong and he can fight, he won't be raped. [15:38] Dr. Venus hasn't had compassion for Black Men, until now. The reason she can is that she has been healing her father wounds. [18:35] You create a safe space when you share your truth. When Black Men feel safe to share their story with no ridicule or judgment, it is healing and they will feel like it's okay to open up. [19:25] Women in general, and this includes Black Women, are trained to be self-reflective earlier than Black Men. Black girls are trained to go read books, while Black boys are trained to go play with toys or play sports. Black Women are the most educated group in North America, while Black Men are not given the time to think through things. [22:47] The ways that men were sexually exploited and abused by White Masters: Aristocrats often used enslaved Black Men as a form of sexual entertainment. They were lined up and were laughed at, scrutinized for their body, and humiliated. Enslaved men were castrated or sexually mutilated as a form of punishment. Enslaved men were often raped by both the slave owners themselves and forced to have sex with their master's wives. Black Men were sexually exploited and abused by their White Masters in a horrific punishment called buck breaking. This form of sexual abuse was very popular in the Caribbean and it involved White Supremacists, slave owners, and merchants, raping a male slave in front of the public to embarrass him and make him feel less than a man. Breeding farms that exploited the sexuality of healthy Black Men, not caring if it was their own family members that they were impregnating. [30:48] Dr. Venus realized that Black Women, herself included, have internalized racism and sexism against Black Men that we don't even know we have. It's so real for us, just like White Supremacy is very real for White people. It's not personal, it's just that we have drunk the Kool-Aid. [35:59] When you don't have a safe space, to tell the truth, you will implode. Black Men are wounded, and they don't know they are wounded, because no one has taken the time to listen to them talk. [37:10] When we can relate to Black Men as human beings with feelings who have faults, who are amazing, and who deserve to be heard, that is when the healing will begin. [39:59] If we are committed to thriving as a community, we as Black Women are going to have to step into the emotional maturity and spirituality it takes to relate to Black Men as humans that are fabulous despite their flaws. And until we do that, we will not be able to empower their power.                                                                                Quotes: “Anything a person has done to you has been done to them.” “I haven't had compassion for his humanity, until now.” “For all my brothers who are listening or will listen, I apologize. I'm sorry that I privileged my pain over your humanity.” “As Black women, we are the White Supremacists in our relationship to Black Men and our communities and our families. And it's not personal to you or me. It literally is that we drank the Kool-Aid.” “I'm committed that we relate to Black Men as human beings, with feelings, who have faults, who are amazing, who deserve to be heard and seen just like you and me.” We want White people to see us as equals, so how can we expect that from them when we don't give it to each other?”   Mentioned: Dr. Venus Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram  “Hot Mess Millionaire” Amazon Pilot  “Hot Mess Millionaire” Complete Series (https://www.youtube.com/c/DrVenusOpalReese) Pre-order the GurrlApp here: www.TheGurrlApp.com/presale  Free Gift When You Join The Truth Tribe The Black Woman Millionaire Hot Mess Edition   ATTENTION BLACK WOMEN:   If you want to be THE FIRST to know about ALL things Dr. Venus' tech start-up, fill out the form below so you get access FIRST to updates, launches, and the behind the scene scoop! http://bit.ly/DrVenusAppInfo   RESOURCES Rethinking Rufus: Sexual Violations of Enslaved Men (Gender and Slavery Ser., 2) 5 horrifying ways enslaved African men were sexually exploited and abused by their white masters Behind the Pain Nobody Talks About Sexual Abuse of Black Boys Mychal Denzel Smith An NFL player says United ignored his reports of sexual assault. The problem's bigger than him. Understanding Male Socialization, Stigma, and Reactions to Sexual Violence Yes, Sexual Abuse of Black Boys Is a Problem — and We Need To Pay Attention   SUPPORT Help for Male Survivors The Psychological Consequences of Sexual Trauma For Male Survivors of Sexual Assault

The Beat with Ari Melber
Defense claims "fear" led to killing unarmed Black man

The Beat with Ari Melber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 43:55


MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Monday, November 22, and reports on the Rittenhouse trial, the murder trial of the men who killed Ahmaud Arbery, the passing of President Biden's Build Back Better bill, and the subpoenas of Alex Jones and Roger Stone. Author James Patterson joins.

Move Swiftly
Message to the Black Man

Move Swiftly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 41:08


Very uplifting conversation with Amen about the importance of black men having knowledge of self. Here are links to his socials (https://instagram.com/thehealingartz?utm_medium=copy_link) (https://www.facebook.com/imhotep.el.77)

The Offensive Line
Episode 391 - Train to Rockville

The Offensive Line

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 93:54


Zack talked about what he did at Blackman's place when he wasn't home. Blackman let Zack know that he really is doing No Nut November. Would you let someone pee on you? Well Zack had to think it over but Blackman think he would. There is so much to talk about but we won't go into it here.   Links: The Meats Erick Feiling IG Zack Stack IG Erick Feiling Live Stream Comedian Erick Feiling   Music: Cat drinking milk music

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
Black Man Found Not Guilty After Shooting at Cops in Self Defense!

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 14:36


https://youtu.be/fS42XkWIrb8 Economics has revealed a great truth about the natural law of human interaction: that not only is production essential to man's prosperity and survival, but so also is exchange.... If anyone wishes to grasp how much we owe to the processes of exchange, let him consider what would happen in the modern world if every man were suddenly prohibited from exchanging anything with anyone else. Each person would be forced to produce all of his own goods and services himself. Th e utter chaos, the total starvation of the great bulk of the human race, and the reversion to primitive subsistence by the remaining handful of people, can readily be imagined. Murray N. Rothbard, Ph.D. Ethics of Liberty, p. 35 Article Discussed: https://www.wpbf.com/article/andrew-coffee-not-guilty-on-all-counts/38304640 Odysee BitChute Spotify Minds Archive Flote

Keith Knight - Don't Tread on Anyone
Black Man Found Not Guilty After Shooting at Cops in Self Defense!

Keith Knight - Don't Tread on Anyone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 14:36


If you find value in the content, please consider donating to my PayPal KeithKnight590@gmail.com LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone:b BitChute: KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone https://www.bitchute.com/channel/keithknightdonttreadonanyone/ Minds: https://www.minds.com/KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone/ MeWe: mewe.com/i/keithknight25 Flote: https://flote.app/VoluntaryistKeith Gab: https://gab.com/Voluntarykeith Twitter: @an_capitalist The Libertarian Institute: https://libertarianinstitute.org/dont-tread-on-anyone/ One Great Work Network: https://www.onegreatworknetwork.com/keith-knight

All things Vanéx
Gay Black Man have the HIGHEST salaries in Corporate America| QueerStory

All things Vanéx

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 12:30


WEBSITE vanexfavors.com INSTAGRAM instagram.com/vanexfavors YOUTUBE https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCUPcneExe7bFMlLYBIF4FeA TWITTER twitter.com/vanexfavors Music https://songwhip.com/vanex Acting https://resumes.actorsaccess.com/Vanexfavors https://m.imdb.com/name/nm6293844/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vanex/support

What's Your Name Again? with Kurt Caceres
Are You Listening? - with Alimi Ballard - Part I

What's Your Name Again? with Kurt Caceres

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 41:48


Alimi Ballard is Marcel Dumas on the hit show, Queen of the South, and currently can be seen on the new Peacock series, One of Us is Lying. He sits with America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, to help us understand the importance of "listening". Often times you'll hear couples in arguments and one always complains that their partner "never listens". Well it applies to real life, but even more to the craft of acting. If an actor doesn't understand the importance, then they will never sound organic, real and authentic. Alimi said he used to study the best of them all, Robert DeNiro. He said DeNiro was the master at listening when other actors were talking, watching all the nuances, details and depth of story happening inside his mind and body as he took in every word the other actor was giving. It is the key to ultimate transcendence as an actor. He also shares his approach to every character, and helps us understand the difference between "method" and "imagination". And finally, he shares publicly for the very first time, his two absolutely unbreakable rules for the industry of Hollywood. XXPlease Follow and Subscribe to the Podcast. Email: podcast@provenanceroom.comYoutube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRF42UoBNLo9DXv5BYQQCqgHost Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/kurt_caceres/Podcast Twitter:https://twitter.com/wyna_podcastPodcast Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/What.Your.Name.Again/Podcast Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/wyna.podcast/Production Company Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/provenance_room/Website:https://www.provenanceroom.com/wyna

Hot Mess Millionaire
Letting a Black Man Provide Like God

Hot Mess Millionaire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 41:23


Sis, I believe the very nature of God is to provide. If we are made in the image and likeness of God, then that means we are here to provide for one another. However, what if the structures - political, social, and historical made it not only next to impossible for one to provide, but positioned some peopole as worthless and always up to no good. This week, Dr. Venus invites us to reexamine what it really means to be a Black Man in North America. She gives the historical context on how Black Men have been systematically held back, undermined, and pushed down in terms of being a provider in the name of White Supremacy. She discusses the different types of provision we can get from our Black Men, and why it's crucial for us to work on our own wounds so we can open up and receive the love our Black Men are trying to give and provide them with a purpose and feeling of spiritual fulfillment as well.    Key Takeaways: [2:21] This week's conversation is not about willpower or pulling yourself up by the bootstraps. Nor is about hustling. It is Dr. Venus giving historical context on why, as a people, Black Men and Women are still at the bottom of the economic ladder in North America. Our men have not been able to prosper by virtue of different effects of systematic racism and by the virtue of gender.  [7:10] Dr. Venus walks through a historical timeline of how society has made Black Men seem like a threat and indoctrinated the belief that Black Men are trifling, no good, and to be feared.  [8:10] If White people related to Black people the way that Black women who have been hurt by Black Men relate to Black Men, we would call them racist.  [9:05] Black Men get a harsher punishment starting from kindergarten because of how they're perceived. They are not afforded the opportunities to help them get ahead in life, whether that's education, money, social skills, etc.  [12:30] Under Jim Crow segregation, we had convict leasing and debt peonage. Dr. Venus talks about how these predecessors to the prison industrial complex had Black Men working off their debt to the White man for pennies, and enslaved just as if they were a workhorse.  [15:41] When Black Men are expelled early or given punitive consequences in school, they are not given what they need to succeed, and in turn to provide. Either they are positioned to slave for White Men, a White system, or they go to jail.  [16:53] Imagine being targeted your whole life as a threat. You're trying to do good, but you can't get a handout, a hand up, anything. There's a level of resentment that comes with it, along with a level of helplessness and hopelessness. No matter what you do, you bump into walls, and at some point, you become frustrated and start making your own way. This all too often can mean someone getting into illegal activities.  [17:50] Dr. Venus now looks at the good Black Men in her life as somebody's little man. She's looking for his humanity, for his vulnerability. Not the protective walls he puts up in the name of survival and self-preservation.  [20:16] As Black Women, we have unfulfilled expectations based on gender roles of what Black Men should and should not do. When a Blck Man can not provide, Dr. Venus invites you to consider that he's not always being difficult or lazy, or that he just doesn't care. She wants you to consider that maybe he's hopeless, depressed, and feels like he can never win.  [24:51] In healing her father wounds, Dr. Venus realized the cost of not having a father. She was used to a certain kind of Black Man but opened up her world to the men that wanted to be providers and protectors. She shares how in her relationship now, she began to see her partner as a man who was spiritually providing for her, rather than providing as a way of domination.   [31:30] Provision isn't just money. Men can provide for us emotionally, physically, spiritually, and show us a level of transparency that makes us feel safe and secure.  [36:41] There's a level of healing required to allow yourself to receive the love of a Black Man who is willing to do the work and heal with you.  [37:23] Dr. Venus invites you to have some grace for Black Men and relate to them in a way that values their vulnerability. History has set him up to feel powerless and purposeless, but God gives us each other so we can remember who we are. When you allow the Black Men in your life to provide in any way they can, they have an organizing principle in which to live their life.    Quotes: “When you love a Black Man, if you allow him in, you become that for him. And it gives him some reason to provide like God.”  “There is some spiritual provision that when you're being with a Black Man who is healing or healed, or well, or any combination thereof, he can give you things that you can't give yourself.”  “I am accounting for the humanity of every Black Man in my life. I'm taking the case that he is wounded, that he's not malicious. He's wounded.”  “There's a level of healing required to allow yourself to receive the love of a Black Man who is willing to do the work and heal with you.”    Mentioned: Dr. Venus Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram  “Hot Mess Millionaire” Amazon Pilot  “Hot Mess Millionaire” Complete Series (https://www.youtube.com/c/DrVenusOpalReese) Pre-order the GurrlApp here: www.TheGurrlApp.com/presale  Free Gift When You Join The Truth Tribe The Black Woman Millionaire Hot Mess Edition   ATTENTION BLACK WOMEN:   If you want to be THE FIRST to know about ALL things Dr. Venus' tech start-up, fill out the form below so you get access FIRST to updates, launches, and the behind the scene scoop! http://bit.ly/DrVenusAppInfo   RESOURCES Why Young, Black Men Can't Work The inheritance of Black poverty: It's all about the men BLACK BOYS IN CRISIS: THE SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPELINE Stress About Money Is Doing a Number on Your Heart Health Black History: A History of Permanent White Oppression, from 1619 to 2016 Bible Verses about God Provides

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast
Building The Business You've Always Wanted with Brittany Blackman

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 46:38


Brittany Blackman is full of sunshine, Southern hospitality, and a crazy passion for the vacation rental industry. She's been working in STR for over 10 years now and hasn't found a day that's boring yet. After her stint as Operations Manager for the majority of that time, she left in September 2020 (yes, during the worldwide pandemic), to fly freely and start her own gig. It's been fun for her swerving around obstacles, climbing mountains, and building something from scratch.  This episode is sponsored by our friends at NoiseAware! NoiseAware is the only 100% privacy-safe noise monitoring solution so get with NoiseAware so you don't waste any time while you grow your professional and amazing business! Use https://bit.ly/3uBlEhf (SLICKTALK20) to get 20% off your noise devices with https://bit.ly/3uBlEhf (NoiseAware)! This episode is sponsored by Hostfully! https://bit.ly/3ofzG5X (Hostfully) is an industry-leading software company that provides property managers and hoteliers with a property management platform and amazing digital custom guidebooks that will make your guests' experience with you 10X better! Use https://bit.ly/3ofzG5X (SLICKTALK20) to get $100 off of their property management platform and two months free of their premium digital guidebooks! This episode is also sponsored by Jetstream! Jetstream is a full-service hospitality solution with a powerful team behind it! To learn more about Jetstream, just clickhttps://jetstreamtech.io/ ( this link)! In this episode, we explore:  03:13 - Brittany's story 06:51 - Biggest takeaway to build a company 10:34 - Setting up internal operations 14:40 - Company standards 18:11 - Shifting mindset - becoming an entrepreneur 22:47 - Drawing the Energy 28:15 - Scaling and Growing the operation 31:58 - Building the brand internally 37:32 - Managing the text messages 39:59 - Hardest and rewarding thing in the industry 44:10 - Where can we find the guest Connecting with the Guest: Website: https://breatheeasyrentals.com (https://breatheeasyrentals.com) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breatheeasyrentals (https://www.facebook.com/breatheeasyrentals) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breatheeasyrentals (https://www.instagram.com/breatheeasyrentals) Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/breatheeasyrentals (https://www.pinterest.com/breatheeasyrentals) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChlMxuNJ8-P7EEU1oECFU4Q (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChlMxuNJ8-P7EEU1oECFU4Q) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/breathe-easy-rentals (https://www.linkedin.com/company/breathe-easy-rentals) Slick Talk Website & Socials: https://bit.ly/3uCsm6H (https://bit.ly/3uCsm6H) Mid Roll Ad - 20:35

Mo' Money Podcast
303 The Deep Connection Between Money and Trauma - Morgan Blackman, CEO of Holistic Bucks Coaching Inc.

Mo' Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 53:21


For this week's episode, we're getting deep. We're talking about the intersection of trauma and money. To help talk about how the two subjects connect is holistic wealth coach Morgan Blackman.  Morgan is the CEO of . and is a certified Trauma of Money facilitator. The aim of Morgan's wealth and wellness coaching business is to help female business owners and leaders better understand their relationship with money in order to become financially secure and build generational wealth.  In this episode, Morgan explains how past traumas, regardless of their severity, can affect every part of our lives including our money. She also delves into the different trauma healing methodologies she uses in order to tackle those money-limiting beliefs. Morgan is a big believer that by taking care of your mental well-being, the rest of your life, including your wealth, will feel the healing effects. I'm a huge advocate for mental health (you know I've mentioned several times on the podcast I see a therapist!) and it was so great to hear from Morgan about how she's bridging the gap between money and mental health. For full episode show notes visit: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/303

Chaos Culture Radio
Things your father should've taught you black man

Chaos Culture Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 27:43


The Offensive Line
Episode 390 - Unpacking Butt Dial

The Offensive Line

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 99:09


No guest today which was fine because sometimes we don't want a guest. What if you wake up in the morning after sex and breakfast was make like in the Pee-Wee Herman movie? Zack had a lot to unpack when it comes to a video game he downloaded on Microsoft Game Pass. Blackman and Zack talked about crypto and stocks later in the show as well. A lot of stuff happen in this one folks so enjoy it.   Links: Erick Feiling IG Zack Stack IG Erick Feiling Live Stream Comedian Erick Feiling   Music: toonlink420- grand dad im scared help me

cityCURRENT Radio Show
Radio Show: D. John Jackson - Fortune 50 Leader and Author of "What About Me"

cityCURRENT Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 15:10


D. John Jackson is a Fortune 50 leader with global responsibilities that include strategic planning, engineering, data science, and artificial intelligence.A creative visionary, he's an executive producer of documentary films, an author, a strategist, a futurist thinker, a lecturer, and a motivational speaker. His speaking topics are diverse and range from leadership and world history to emerging technologies, economics, and competition in the global marketplace. He is also the founder of 5J Entertainment, a company committed to educating, informing, entertaining, and promoting positive images of African Americans through various forms of media. Its first film documentary, What About Me, explores the untold, unheard, distorted, and misunderstood stories of Black men in America.Learn more at https://www.djohnjackson.com/Purchase What About Me: Walking the Tightrope as a Black Man in America here.Watch the Trailer to the Documentary, What About Me: Walking the Tightrope as a Black Man in America available on Amazon Prime video here.

Asknathaniel Podcast
A RICH WHITE WOMAN HAVING A BLACK MAN BY HER SIDE IS A BADGE OF HONOR

Asknathaniel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 132:55


A RICH WHITE WOMAN HAVING A BLACK MAN BY HER SIDE IS A BADGE OF HONOR

Black Man in the Right World
Black Man and Empathy, and Dune (2021)

Black Man in the Right World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 75:28


This week, we talk about empathy as a part of two-part series inspired by the work of American scholar, author, and podcast host Brené Brown, and the 2021 adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune starring Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Zendaya, Jason Momoa, and Javier Bardem.

On The Other Side with Jamie Ivey and Aaron Ivey
On The Other Side of Success with Emmanuel Acho

On The Other Side with Jamie Ivey and Aaron Ivey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 30:56


We're closing out season two with a bang! In the summer of 2020, the nation came under fire for racial injustice and unrest. Emmanuel Acho felt called to use his voice, and started the YouTube series "Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man." Emmanuel became an internet sensation almost overnight, partnering with people like Oprah and Matthew McConaughey. This is Emmanuel's story of being on the other side of success. GET ALL THE LINKS TO THE SHOW HERE! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Greenlight Bookstore Podcast
Episode QS73: Nadia Owusu + Tope Folarin (November 11, 2021)

The Greenlight Bookstore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 57:37


What does it mean to write a narrative of yourself? Whiting award winner Nadia Owusu joined Greenlight to launch the paperback edition of Aftershocks, her debut book and a deeply felt memoir about belonging, the seismic emotional toll of family secrets, and the heart it takes to pull oneself out of the wreckage. Tope Folarin (A Particular Kind of Black Man) engaged Owusu in a thoughtful discussion about the connections between their work and writing from the real versus the imposed sense of self. (Recorded August 9, 2021)

Fat Man Beyond
349: FMB Presents: Blackman Beyond from Northern Fancon

Fat Man Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 118:56


Join Marc Bernardin and special guest Ming Chen as they recount some Kevin Smith stories before taking Q&A from the audience. Taped at Northern Fancon in BC, Canada on Saturday, September 25, 2021. SPONSOR: Thank you SHEATH for 'supporting' FatMan Beyond! Use code FATMAN at checkout or go to https://sheathunderwear.com/fatman for 20% off SPONSOR: Thanks to Shaker & Spoon for sponsoring tonight's episode! Go to https://shakerandspoon.com/fatman ​to save $20 off your first box

Puget Sound Zen Center
PSZC Fall Retreat – Genko Cathy Blackman – 16 October 2021 evening

Puget Sound Zen Center

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 15:15


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Puget Sound Zen Center
PSZC Fall Retreat – Genko Cathy Blackman – 15 October 2021 evening

Puget Sound Zen Center

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 13:18


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The Darkest Hour
Episode 203 - The Blackman Hour 43

The Darkest Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 75:55


I talk about the projects I've been working on in and outside of work. I'm even going to turn myself into a project that need to be worked on. I've talked about how I learned things the hard way and I've been letting people do the same. I've learn how to control problems from the past. You'll get to hear about guest that will be on the show later. There is so much stuff I talked about that I went 15 minutes over.

Indie High Radio
Alex Bond Part II

Indie High Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 35:50


On this dope first episode of our fourth season, Indie High Radio sat back down with the super talented Alex Bond to catch up. Growing up with a producer as a father, Alex was destined to dibble and dabble in the art of music. He updates us on his latest project and shares some of his favorite tracks during the episode. This episode will motivate you to never lose focus of your dreams and to always stay focused!

BIG GIRL PANTS Podcast
Yeah, I said it - Ross Cooper

BIG GIRL PANTS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 65:15


Join April as she and Ross talk about fitness, diabetes, parenting, and what it's like to be a Black Man in America right now. Check out Ross's Podcast "Yeah, I said it" on Spotify and iTunes. Thank you as always to Keith Harelson at mixit1studio@gmail.com - if you are in the North Texas area, feel free to reach out to Keith for all of your studio needs! This episode is sponsored by Better Help - if you or anyone you know would benefit from online therapy, please reach out to betterhelp.com/BGP for 10% off!

The Offensive Line
Episode 389 - Fall Back Review

The Offensive Line

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 83:53


Zack had an extra hour of sleep and was still late but on time. Blackman and Zack talk about the filming for a new ad called "The Meats" for the internet. How far can you take it with black face? Do you need the skin tone to prove a point? Blackman was getting a text in the middle of the show and talked about the 40th party again. Zack now got Apple TV so they talked about a lot of TV shows.    Links: Erick Feiling IG Zack Stack IG Erick Feiling Live Stream Comedian Erick Feiling Music: Lani Fritters - lanifire (GodOVA)  

CarbonNationTV Podcast
Master Build with Crumb TV | The Black Man And Wombman Are God | The Most High Chief Natureboy

CarbonNationTV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 72:39


Digital Library of The Christ Consciousness. Support The Kingdom of God: www.patreon.com/CarbonNation CashApp: $ChiefMessiah Connect with The Messiah: Babaji's Instagram: www.instagram.com/avatar.natureboy Babaji's Facebook: www.facebook.com/eligio.bishop.92 Connect with The Christ: NatureboyTV: www.instagram.com/natureboytv/ Diet Page: www.instagram.com/the.eat.clean.cuisine/ Music: @carbonnationproductions Art: www.instagram.com/carbonnationart Business Inquiries: CarbonNationProductions@gmail.com

365 Brothers - Every Day Black Men
From Monopoly Game Mogul to Real Life Marketing Guru and Entrepreneur, Sean Atkinson Was At The Forefront of Integrating His Industry

365 Brothers - Every Day Black Men

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 59:58


Although raised primarily in the Bronx where he currently resides, Sean Atkinson spent his teen years in Los Angeles during the 1990s. His firsthand account of the strategic process used by some community residents during the riots following the Rodney King verdict sheds light on his commitment to diversifying both the Marketing and Branding industry and the small to medium business community. At six feet, nine inches, it's only natural that everything he does stands head and shoulders above others. Our conversation covers a lot of ground. From the stereotyping of tall Black men as athletes to finding one's own path. From a harrowing encounter with the police at age fourteen to the experience as a mail clerk in a narcotics division. We even talk about privilege--white privilege, tall privilege, American privilege. The entire conversation was a privilege for me and it will be a blessing to you. Find out more about Sean Atkinson's Marketing and Branding Expertise at majority.media. Favorite song: Risin' To The Top by Keni Burke. Favorite words:  The Autobiography of Malcolm X as told to Alex Haley. Follow us on Instagram @365brothers and Facebook at 365BrothersThePodcast.  Interested in being a guest? Visit 365brothers.com. Check out Alitu for more ease editing, polishing and publishing your podcast. About this podcast: In each episode, a Brother reflects on his life; explores the experience of being a Black man in America; shares his interactions with law enforcement; and answers the signature question "If America was a woman, what would you say to her? You won't find a collection of conversations with Black men like this anywhere else. Hear their wisdom. Be inspired. Host, Rahbin Shyne, is an author, educator, creative and avid half-marathon walker.

Hot Mess Millionaire
Tending To the Little Boy Within Black Men

Hot Mess Millionaire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 47:03


Within every powerful Black Woman is a little girl. Within every powerful Black Man is a little boy. Both genders have historical wounds that are not named but felt in the way we interact with each other, especially when it comes to vulnerability.    This week, Dr. Venus talks about how both Black Men and Women have inherited historical trauma due to North American Chattel slavery, and how these survival strategies can cause us pain and suffering when we don't tend to each other or work to heal these wounds. She discusses the double standard when it comes to Black Men tending to their pain and healing, and shares seven teaching points on how to empower Black Men without losing your own power.    When we see how the sensitivity Black Men can have around respect is so rooted in trauma, we can work on healing with him by tending to his little boy within. Let's talk.    Key Takeaways: [6:25] When it comes to loving a Black Man, one of the things we have not accounted for as Black Women are the wounds that they have. Black Men were whipped, punished, demeaned, and pimped out in front of their family because of North American slavery, and made to feel disrespected and powerless.  [8:00] For Black Women, there are certain survival strategies that we have to combat feeling invisible and like our voice doesn't matter. One of those survival strategies is relating to Black Men like they are well, and they are not. There is no way they could be well because we are still healing, but at least we as women have safe spaces to self-reflect. They don't.  [9:30] We have a historical wound around being heard. Our voice was not honored, and even when we said no, they still took from us and forced us to work, have babies, and give our bodies to them. To try and contend with these wounds, we have a practice of needing to get the last word in, which can trigger and get tangled with Black Men's historical wounds around being disrespected. The viciousness in which they were penalized and hurt has led to a very high sensitivity to respect, which makes them feel a certain way when a Black woman speaks up.  [12:27] The more we speak up, the more he can feel like we are talking down. Until we unpack this cycle, it will run us and get perpetuated generationally. This means as we take accountability for our own emotional wellness, Black Men must do the necessary internal excavation. This doesn't necessarily mean religion, it means going inward and doing the real emotional labor.  [18:31] Black Men have wounded Black baby boys in them, just like Black Women have wounded baby girls within ourselves. When we tend to that, we can have mercy and grace.  [20:39] Until you understand how to empower the Black Men in your life, you are going to be struggling.  [21:48] You need to start accounting for the humanity of Black Men and see him as someone's little boy that didn't get taken care of, who was neglected, traded on, and wounded. You don't need to do anything about it, just to account for it.  [22:14] This does not mean to let a man off the hook for bad behavior, and to accept abuse or cheating. This is about something different.  [23:10] As a Black Woman, you have more power than you realize, especially in terms of your impact and influence on the Black Men in your life. [27:00] Teaching Points:  You can not empower a Black Man until you have healed your own relationship with your father. You can still heal even if your relationship is broken or non-existent. Dr. Venus shares how she took on her father wound.  Don't speak until you can say it with love.  Stop dating men that are projects, thinking you can change him. When you turn a man into a project, you shackle yourself to a person who has no commitment to the version of himself that you see. Don't date, marry, or get in bed with someone's potential.  Hang out with the people who are where you want to go. Get into new networks, and stop fishing from a pool of people that will waste your time.  Don't expect him to emotionally heal you. Be accountable for your own emotional wellness.  Only God can heal you. Your man is not equipped, the same way you can't take on his healing or fix him.  Schedule baby boy love. Tend to the aspects of him that he doesn't tend to, and make it about fun and emotional connection rather than sex. Whether it's a weekend of playing with trucks, coloring, or something that makes him feel safe and tended to.  [42:03] There is nothing wrong with having trauma. It's part of being alive, but we must be accountable for seeing Black Men in light of compassion and grace.  [43:50] America is built to tear us apart and to keep us oppressed. It's going to take healing at the level of cultural consciousness and we are going to have to do it together.    Quotes: “My women may support me, but my brothers carry me.”  “When you can actually account for the humanity of the Black Men in your life and throw some grace and mercy on it, it gives you access to influence.”  “Now I have it that Black Men love me and take care of me. They provide for me and protect me. Because it's true.”  “When you put yourself in his orbit and be your amazing self, he will find you.”  “Let's meet the brothers who love us and who are taking care of us halfway. Let's give them space, the grace, and room to speak their truth with no penalty, condemnation, or correction.”  “In order to heal, you've got to access grace and mercy. You've got to forgive and let go.”    Mentioned: Dr. Venus Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram  “Hot Mess Millionaire” Amazon Pilot  “Hot Mess Millionaire” Complete Series (https://www.youtube.com/c/DrVenusOpalReese) Pre-order the GurrlApp here: www.TheGurrlApp.com/presale  Free Gift When You Join The Truth Tribe The Black Woman Millionaire Hot Mess Edition   ATTENTION BLACK WOMEN:   If you want to be THE FIRST to know about ALL things Dr. Venus' tech start-up, fill out the form below so you get access FIRST to updates, launches, and the behind the scene scoop! http://bit.ly/DrVenusAppInfo   RESOURCES Be a Great Husband (feat. TD Jakes) Internal Arguments: It's Worth The Fight! - The Self-Esteem of a Man Healing With Him The Power of Agreement - Bishop T.D. Jakes

Giving Em The Blues w/ R3d_Almighty
S2 EP #120 Breaking the BLACK MAN's shell

Giving Em The Blues w/ R3d_Almighty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 59:06


THE SAGA CONTINUES

Everyday MBA
Diary of a Black Man on Wall Street

Everyday MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 25:18


Derek Penn discusses his book "Diary of a Black Man on Wall Street." He tells a story of hope and perseverance through the trials of life as a black man and banker in America as he rises to become one of Wall Street's top traders. Derek received his MBA from Duke University and has worked at many of the top investment firms including Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, Lehman Brothers, and Fidelity. He is currently a member of the Board of Trustees at Charles Schwab. Host, Kevin Craine Do you want to be a guest?

Say Word Podcast
Get Money, Diaspora.

Say Word Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 145:04


Peace to the Black Man.

Arts & Ideas
New Thinking: Black British Theatre. An Afro-Cuban star

Arts & Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 43:16


Who complained about Olivier's Othello? Stephen Bourne has been mining the archives to find out who raised questions about Laurence Olivier's blacked up performance in 1964. It's one of the stories he tells in his new book, which also includes memories of meeting performers including Carmen Munroe, Corinne Skinner-Carter and Elisabeth Welch. Nadine Deller hosts a podcast linked to the National Theatre's Black plays archive and she's particularly interested in women playwrights whose work deserves to be better known including Una Marson. They talk to performer and historian of women in theatre Naomi Paxton. Plus New Generation Thinker Adjoa Osei tells the story of Afro Cuban performer Rita Montaner who straddled the worlds of opera and cabaret between the 1920s and 1950s. Deep Are the Roots: Trailblazers Who Changed Black British Theatre is out now from Stephen Bourne. His other books include Black Poppies and Playing Gay in the Golden Age of British TV. The National Theatre Black Plays archive is at https://www.blackplaysarchive.org.uk/ and Nadine's podcast is called That Black Theatre Podcast. You can hear Dawn Walton who directed the Hampstead Theatre production of Alfred Fagon's drama The Death of a Black Man in this Free Thinking conversation about black performance From Blackface to Beyoncé https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000tnlt Naomi Paxton is the author of Stage Rights! The Actresses' Franchise League, activism and politics: 1908-1958 and has written an introduction to the new book 50 Women in Theatre. Naomi and Adjoa are New Generation Thinkers on the scheme run by BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council to turn research into radio. A playlist of discussions, features and essays about Black history, music, writing and performance is available on the Free Thinking programme website https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p08t2qbp This episode is part of the New Thinking series of conversations focusing on new research put together in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council, part of UKRI. Producer: Tim Bano

The Offensive Line
Episode 386 - Ashley Gordon in Water Damage Babies

The Offensive Line

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 91:02


We had Ashley without any of her ex boyfriends on the show today. Ashley stayed in Orlando but moved so we had to do a remote show. Blackman get his feet done so Zack can take pictures of them. Zack started Squid Game after putting it off for weeks. Blackman have a friend that got a butt plug stuck in the toilet. Ashley got a ton of dick pictures sent to her at random but Blackman don't like to send any out. Ashley feel that Zack and Blackman can't be true friends because they haven't seen each other penis. Anyways action packed show and we're on a winning streak when it comes to shows.   Links: The Succ Podcast Erick Feiling IG Zack Stack IG Erick Feiling Live Stream Comedian Erick Feiling   Music: galactic hole - Free Refills