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During this episode, Newby discusses needy women, how women identify unproductive men, Girl Bosses, Hoodrat Culture, and more. To gain access to our bonus episodes, visit NewbyDigital.com and become a member of the New Radio Patreon. Follow Newby on Instagram at @newbydigital.
In this episode our returning special guest, The Black Libertarian joins the podcast while DJ ALL MIGHT is on vacation. Trigger warning as much of the content is about the things done in the dark. We start off with the heinous accusations against Brother Polight. The Black Libertarian says we don't discuss child molestation in our community which is a problem and Riker says even rappers mention it in their songs with no one batting an eye. Next, we discuss the women getting killed in Atlanta with the most disgraceful one being Lil Germ Next who watched his girlfriend get kidnapped without helping her. Reed is disappointed Lil' Germ Next was black, The Black Libertarian suggests it part of the weirdos moving to Atlanta and Riker says the titular phrase. We end the podcast with a classic Black Libertarian rant, Armstead asking for the group to explain Afghanistan to him like he is 5, and much more before we draw to a close.https://www.patreon.com/ebmp
In this episode, we close out our focus on mental health in the black community with Johnathon and Leon Davis from Black Men Vent Too podcast. Learn more about the importance of venting and effective coping mechanisms when healing from trauma. Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/trutalkspodcast https://www.instagram.com/blackmenvent_2/ Join the Listeners' Room by sending your feedback to email@example.com Sponsor an episode of TruTalks Podcast for $14/month or give at any amount via CashApp at www.cash.app/$trutalkspodcast
Today we are here to serve our queens! We told y'all we had a great episode coming! And in true JEM fashion we have been serving our queens on the team and our supporters! We talk today with the creator of the In Service of the Queen brand #ISOQ , Shawn! We breakdown how black men need to treat our women, what does it mean to be an ISOQ man, and how to hold other brothers accountable when they fall short. But ISOQ is more than a movement, it is a new fashion brand looking to take over for Black Men in search of quality. My brother has it all from shoes to book bags! He also gives us some fashion industry game and why you need more than t shirts. (but JEM shirts OTW!!) https://justeldredge.media/ (JustEldredge.Media) for the Latest Drops https://my.captivate.fm/www.justeldredgemedia.com (JustEldredge Media Website) Podcast LineUp
Episode 117 “Black Men speak ” In this episode, we sat down with a panel of black men (Tyler, DJ MarcusEL, Mike and Sam) and we talked about the black man experience. Some of the subjects we touched on were mental health, money, dating, marriage, the next generation and much more. This episode is what authenticity and entertainment is all about. There were so many moments of substance followed by laughs. These men put it all on the table and left nothing up for grabs. Listen and Enjoy!! Connect with us on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/millennialsvstheworld_podcast/ Connect with DJ MarcusEl: https://www.instagram.com/djmarcusel/?hl=en Connect with Tyler Mason: https://www.instagram.com/tyler.j/?hl=en Donate to the Podcast: PayPal :Millennials vs The World LLC Intro song: Sleek & Simple Films Intro edited by Sleek & Simple Films --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mvtheworld/support
Where there is a woman, there is magic. Specifically, a Black Woman. Black Women are the mother of civilization. Spiritually. Consciously. Emotionally. That is a lot of power, yet we tend to forget this and fail to see or relate to ourselves as the source of life itself. We see ourselves as victims and strong, but not the author of our own story, and the force behind the world's energy and function. This week, Dr. Venus goes in on why we must embrace the truth of our power as the mother of civilization in order to heal. If we don't, chaos will ensue. She also discusses how we can stop warring with Black Men and let them help in their own way to make our lives better, one toaster at a time. Key Takeaways: [2:29] We can not have wholeness without each other, and Dr. Venus is creating a community for Black Women to support, learn from one another, and have fun! [4:27] Black Woman, you are quite literally the mother of civilization. The Eve gene is the mitochondrial gene in our DNA that goes back to Africa and points at the genetic makeup of humanity. Civilization started in your womb, but you have been indoctrinated to believe that other people do more and are worth more. No other race or nationality of women have this particular gene, and it's important to understand your God-given power. [6:33] We check our bloodlines for disease and addictions, but what about blessings? How come we can't be predisposed to power? Dr. Venus explains that we are born to transform this world and your bloodline is just one of many things that make you UNIQUE and special. [8:46] Yes, we have been victimized, but we don't have to be victims. Bad things were designed to happen so you become stronger. It's a training ground for getting to the next level. It does not discredit your lived experience and valid story to move out of the pain and to be focused on the future. [12:20] Haters try to take away how special you are and deny your power. You don't really realize that your power is SO amazing that they have to create lies, hide, and pretend that you are nothing in order to justify their behavior. Dr. Venus asks you to get more committed to your freedom than to being right about how you've been wronged. One way to do that is to contend with your bloodline. [19:32] When Black Women are mad and they don't claim their power, the world falls apart. People can't think straight, we have natural disasters, the world as a whole gets flustered. [22:36] Black Men have been attacked and exploited as much, if not more than Black Women. We position masculinity inside of a particular kind of paradigm, so it never gets talked about. Abused people tend to act out what has been done to them. These practices were created in the belly of White Supremacy, and the more we can empower our Black Men, the more they take care of us in their own way. [29:44] Dr. Venus shares how she is letting her man show his love through buying her a TV and a toaster, two things that she may not need, but can let him take care of her in his own way. When we stop fighting, even if we don't agree, we can empower their power. [32:48] When we embrace our power from a spiritual and ancestral level, we can actually impact the people and climate from the inside out. But it can't happen without you. Quotes: “Where there's a woman, there is magic. Specifically, when she's a Black Woman.” “I'm asking you to embrace what you cannot see, touch, or taste. I'm asking you to embrace your spirit and to embrace that aspect of you that is eternal.” “Everything that is happening in the world is a function of Black Women not claiming our power.” “I'm never discrediting your lived experience, but what I'm doing is questioning how you deal with it.” 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 Scientists Think They've Found 'Mitochondrial Eve's' First Homeland January 1988 Scientists Reveal That The Black Woman is The Mother of HumanKind ( Mitochondrial Eve /Mothers ) THE INNER WORLD Black Witches, African Priestesses, Wise Women And the Convergence of The Black Feminine in Spirituality Healing the black man and woman's relationship (The Revolution Is A Lifestyle pt.2)
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After the tragic loss of Michael K. Williams at age 54, our sister Ekemini Uwan tweeted out the statement "Black men should grow old." ((18) M.DivA, 100% Intelligent Black Child on Twitter: "Black men should grow old." / Twitter). Today on Pass The Mic, we ask the question: Can we? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We are so excited to have JeVaughn and Nikisa back in the Dope Discussions studio!!! They were our guests on the very first Facebook live show and it was awesome!!! They are helping us tackle the sticky subject of the social media war that's going on between black men and black women. Why are we bashing each other instead of coming together? Let's talk about solutions. --- 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/erica-warren-eclass-100/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erica-warren-eclass-100/support
We had a slight hiatus, but we are back! Our guests talked about which gender cheats better, amongst other things. The conversation was more free form this time, so this made for an interesting discussion. Check it out! Click the LinkTree and follow us on all social media platforms! https://linktr.ee/perspectives.podcasts
In this podcast episode, we are joined by our returning special guest is The Ryder. Riker tells the story of how we got the interstate system so many take for granted, and R. Reed alludes to why we don't do great things anymore. The Ryder wants schools to stop selling basketweaving degrees while Riker says Boomers are to blame for our issues. We weigh in on this Brittany Renner thing while Reed makes it clear that athletes never have to grow up for a variety of reasons. Riker asks if you are teachable versus trainable and all of the men have a different outlook and shout out to that boy Redd Herring. We end the podcast with Armstead dropping a gem on dating single mothers, Riker saying women will lie to your face if you aren't famous, and much more before we draw to a close.
Shane Taylor is the CEO of Shane Taylor Promotions LLC, the DIAMONDS of Ring of Honor Wrestling! In this exclusive interview, listen as Shane details the significance of STP, thoughts on why the empty suits that run ROH haven't promoted STP as heavily as other groups, Shane receiving a compliment on his Lariat clothesline by the Hall of Famer Stan Hansen and more. Shane also details his respect for Trish Adora and the importance of Black Men and Black Women uplifting one another. The show ends with Brian Cervantes giving an update on Mission Pro Wrestling's next few events including October 23's Don't Fear The Reaper event which will air LIVE exclusively on The Title Match Network. Brian also reveals a little known fact about his Wife Thunder Rosa : She is an incredible singer! *Check out this episode and more by visiting the Duke Loves Rasslin podcast page on iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio App, Youtube and other leading podcast apps!*Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/dukelovesrasslin. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dr. Venus loves Black Men. Their brilliance, their attitude, their mind, and perspective. Yet somehow, she finds her feelings get hurt when they do things that feel as if they are not standing with her. We march for Black Men when it comes to social change, and yet when it comes to our right to choose, you “man up” and side with patriarchy? REALLY? As more laws are introduced and passed to greatly handicap women of all races in America for their right to choose to terminate a pregnancy, Dr. Venus goes in this week on why some Brothers may agree with the government rather than with their Sisters. They support with their absence when we march, their silence on the topic, and their faith-based posturing. How is this possible? Well, America's very nature is to be two-faced, and it has EVERYTHING to do with masculinity and power. Let's talk about it. Key Takeaways: [1:20] As laws are introduced AND PASSED to make it hard for women of all races to take care of themselves, Dr. Venus asks the rhetorical question; when it's time to march for social justice, we are there. But why is it, when it comes to our bodies, Black Men go silent? [2:44] When it comes to Black power, a lot of men feel that it's great when it is social and comes to the right to vote or for better policing standards, but not important when it's concerning the Black female body. It may not matter to you now, but it will when it's your niece or sister that is pregnant and needs help. [5:25] How do you expect women (and all communities) to stay alive and healthy if the government is pulling funding around reproductive rights and trying to take away the woman's right to choose what is best for her body? [7:04] Dr. Venus gives the historical context around Black Men being pimped and sexually exploited, and how that may affect their view on being pro-choice. Black Men have been sexually exploited since they came to this country, and have a complicated relationship with sexuality. Plantation slavery not only turned the Black Female body into a factory but socially rewarded Black Men for producing as many babies as they could during slavery. [10:13] Because of this, there may be a level of numbness or emotional detachment from Black Masculinity around reproduction. We don't talk about this, and it is a deep subject that calls for Black Men and Women to talk openly about these historical wounds. [12:12] Women are socially positioned as the homemaker, and there is a belief that women are responsible for the children. [16:42] Dr. Venus calls bs on the brothers who say they are our partners, but they are quiet. As we march and stand for our social justice, we need to feel it back when it comes time for us to be supported about our reproductive rights. [19:31] If you really love Black Women, and women in general, raise your voice. Pull up. [22:38] We don't need to always agree to align. Dr. Venus gives this example through the man she is dating now. She doesn't agree with him on many things and still finds a lot of his views to be patriarchal, but defends his right to say his piece. [23:02] Not everyone will be in agreement about abortion, but what we want is alignment. What's going to empower us as a people is unity, and that is across the board. [25:06] If our men sit down around reproductive rights and we sit down around police reform, everyone loses. It's hard to stand for something when the people you're standing for don't stand with you. Dr. Venus discusses the heartbreak she felt when she found out that 12% of Black Men voted for Trump. She had to adjust and realize that they have a right to vote for whomever they want to. [29:06] You don't have to agree or understand to stand with someone having a choice, but you have to be aware of the impact. It's going to affect not only your family but will show up in poor Black communities and POC communities first, when they start shutting down health care clinics and Planned Parenthoods where people also get vaccines and health care treatments. Quotes: “I can align, even if I don't agree.” “Pro-choice is a choice. Empower me to have a choice.” “We want to talk about the politics of the police, but what about the politics of the Black female body?” “We are real quick to support each other around social justice, but what about reproductive justice?” “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” - Voltaire “What I want is alignment. What I want is solidarity. What's going to empower us as a people is unity, and that is across the board.” “Even if you don't agree with my choice, back me on it.” 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 These Black Men Pushed Abortion Access Before ‘Roe' Where Are All Of The Pro-Choice Men? Black man silences medical workers vocal for BLM by asking, ‘Do aborted black babies matter?' On Rape Culture, Masculinity and Reproductive Justice Black Patriarchy: Where Men Rule but Refuse to Build The Rape of a Nation and the Reconstruction of Black Masculinity Five Fundamental Arguments Men Historically Use to Legally Act Out “Power” on Women's Bodies That Black Masculinity Empower. Women are the weaker sex. Women are not as intelligent as men. Women are emotional. A Woman's role is in the home. A Woman needs a man.
Groceries on LTB x Cash App Giveaway #2 Instructions 1. Subscribe to the Let's Talk Bruh YouTube channel 2. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line, "yall got me?" and your CashApp handle in the message 3. Friday October 15th at 9am we'll randomly select 5 winners and send each winner $100 via CashApp Additional Information 1. To ensure we receive your entry, please turn off the following YouTube privacy setting: Keep all my subscriptions private 2. If you're already subscribed to us on YouTube, simply send an email to email@example.com with your YouTube username in the message 3. We will be accepting entries until 9am EST on Friday October 15th and winners will be announced and notified by 10am EST "NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER. Must be 18 years or older and U.S. Resident. Void where prohibited. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, sanctioned, or associated with YouTube or Instagram. Winners announced Friday October 15th by 10am EST. Groceries on LTB x Cash App Giveaway Information - https://bit.ly/GroceriesOnLTB Black Men Talking About Sex (Trailer) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DObssVXubI&t=8s Subscribe to the Let's Talk Bruh YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsa2wXlKMWlpAER8v16zXZw Follow Let's Talk Bruh on Twitter & Instagram Join our Men's Facebook Group here: Let's Talk Bruh Facebook Group
Whitlock breaks out his Bible as he rips the ridiculous reaction to the 2011 email by Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden. Why did Randy Moss' comments about it on ESPN infuriate Jason? How is Whitlock looking at what happened on the ESPN set as similar to what happened in the Garden of Eden? Keeping it real and humorous at the same time, Jason compares his big lips to DeMaurice Smith's and Angelina Jolie's. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A special episode solely dedicated to the black man. On this episode, Gernique talks about ALL the reasons why black men are worthy and worthy to be celebrated…everyday. Dear Black Men: This system was designed to destroy you. This world does not love you as much as it should. You are expected to LOVE the loudest while receiving the least emotional support. You are complex and multi-faceted. One size does not fit all. You are not told enough how much you matter. You are not allowed to be different. Instead of waiting for another unfortunate hashtag… I'm sending love your way today… Continue to be great! With So Much Love & Admiration, Gernique.
Where do BLACK MEN learn MANHOOD from? Despite the OUT-OF-WEDLOCK birth rate in the BLACK COMMUNITY, studies show that BLACK FATHERS are more involved in their children lives compared to other races. The question becomes can an involved father truly teach MANHOOD from outside the home? What about men who grew up with their fathers in the home, what things did they learn that maybe other young men don't? In the case of uninvolved fathers do BLACK MOTHERS tend to raise more emotional boys. We ask BLACK MEN across the nation what lessons have some learned from their fathers & grandfathers that assisted their ascent into manhood? MENTAL DIALOGUE asking the questions America's afraid to ask. ALL I ASK IS THAT YOU THINK --- 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/montoya-smith/message
Whitlock fires back at the media narrative against Dave Chappelle. How is the comedian analogous to Founding Father Patrick Henry? “Keep It Naked” author Shemeka Michelle goes on an epic and profane rant against the state of black womanhood, slamming Cardi B, Cori Bush, Stacey Abrams, and others. “Fearless” columnist Delano Squires slams Merrick Garland and the Biden administration for their efforts to criminalize parents fighting the liberal agenda at public schools. Plus, boxing expert Steve Kim breaks down the upcoming Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder title fight. Today's Sponsor: The taste of Built Bars is so much better than anything you have ever tasted. Go to https://Built.com and use promo code “FEARLESS” to save 15% off your first order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chief, Bell, and Prentice dive into the conversation surrounding stepping out of your comfort zone. The fellas realize they carry the same feelings regarding three completely different situations and break down how to address the new/different seasons they are experiencing in their lives. Prentice discloses some hard truths about the current turmoil in his life.
Monolougue about anti-vaxxers who not only want to be vaccinated which is fine but also want to liberate those of us who actually want to maximize our chances not to get Covid or hospitalized. Also another interview within the Black Men's Health series with Isaac Palmer Jr.
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This week we cover a wide range of topics. This week we are joined by a special guest Aaron Savage Willis! We start the show off with a mental health check! Is it time to be done with the narrative that BLACK MEN don't take care of their kids?! The mental toughness it takes to be a single parent! The lessons learned through sports?! OG's hating on the younger generation! The importance of family and having a strong foundation! Hatch & Savage go down memory lane and relive old football memories. NFL review! and much much more! Twitter : OGHatch_ FaceBook : OG Hatch FaceBook Group Page: Friends of the Show Until Further Notice... YouTube: Until FN Guest Social Media: Twitter : @Napoleoncmplex_ Facebook : Aaron M. Willis --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ufnworldwide/support
We all make excuses here and there, but we must get out of that habit of lying to our holistic self; we are teaching ourselves how to cover up our growth and how to potentially fail instead in the long run. Check this short and sweet devotion and commit to making less excuses so that more time is not wasted in your life making them. Believe in YOU, starting first with this episode. #dopeASSness #BlackMenandWomenMeditateToo #TheSpiritDoctor
Doug speaks with Algernon Austin on the plight of black men in the job market (with an excerpt from a 2005 BtN interview with Devah Pager on discrimination). Plus, an interview with Susie Bright on "pegging the patriarchy."Behind the News, hosted by Doug Henwood, covers the worlds of economics and politics and their complex interactions, from the local to the global. Find the archive here: https://www.leftbusinessobserver.com/Radio.html
You need friends of the opposite sex to give you the real. In the episode, Mr. Jack-of-All-Trades, Joe Bird came through with some gems and tons of laughs. The group discussed women's lack of accountability during dating, men not getting enough respect for their role during pregnancy, coparenting and dating and so much more!!Special guest: Joe Bird (IG: @paymeingold)Be sure to rate, review and subscribe!Follow us!Twitter: @thateampodFacebook: ThaTeam Podcast (Facebook Group: ThaHuddle)Instagram: @thateampodcast
Rant about ESPN First Take and Michael Irvin's porous wardrobe choices. Also Isaac Palmer Jr. continues his fantastic series on Black Men's Health. We take a call from Edwin as he discusses his experience with hip surgery and pain medications...
Good luck with midterms! Today on East to West, we cover BU's divestment from fossil fuels, political club's preferences in the Boston mayoral election, the establishment of Boston's Black men and Boys Commission and more.FEATURING: Nellie Maloney, Taylor Hawthorne, Bailey SalimesWRITTEN BY: Cici Yu, Jit Ping Lee, Veronica ThompsonEDITED BY: Nellie MaloneyBASED ON DFP PIECES BY: Phoebe Chen, Claire Zhang, Julie Raporte MUSIC:Acid Trumpet by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3340-acid-trumpet License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Backbay Lounge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3408-backbay-lounge License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5010-ultralounge License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
This episode features Dr. Stephen Noble, a Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Author and Navy Veteran. He joins us to share his inspiring story. You are going to learn how perseverance and good mentorship will lead you to success in life. At the end of this episode, you will realize that you too can become a heart surgeon if you set your mind to it! Dr. Noble talks about how he became interested in medicine. He shares why he accepted the military HPSP to attend medical school and serve on active duty in the Navy He shares his experiences in Navy medicine and deploying the Middle East Dr. Noble talks about the impact the Society for Black Academic Surgeons had on his career Dr. Noble shares aspects of his current career, including robotic cardiac surgery Check out "The Heart of a Hero" a book Dr. Noble wrote that tells the story of one of his heroes. Dr. Noble also talks about his work with the Black Men in White Coats organization. If you enjoyed this episode, please share with a friend and leave a comment and rating on iTunes. TBDP is a volunteer passion project with the goal of inspiring all who listen. In-house music and audio production, so any ideas for improvements or suggestions for future guests are welcome. Visit www.StevenBradleyMD.com to learn more about our host. He is available for consultations or speaking engagements regarding health equity and medical ethics.
Dr. Armon Perry, Professor at the University of Louisville's Kent School of Social work and author of Black Love Matters: Authentic Men's Voices on Marriage and Romantic Relationships once again joins the show to talk about relationships in the black community.
Chief, Bell, and Prentice return from hiatus and Chief utilizes his homies to vent and release stressors from the past two weeks. The conversation shifts to a discussion around purpose. What is your purpose and are you truly walking in it? Chief also makes a special announcement and shares some BIG NEWS with the world.
We discuss with family and marriage therapist and author of Black Mental Health Matters, Aaren Snyder, mental health issues plaguing the prison system, the effects of trauma due to the COVID19 pandemic and so much more. The Mind of A Man Podcast is a platform where men can have MANVERSAYTIONS on issues that affect them. The host, James Bush, interviews experts in various fields and gives his advice and opinions from a licensed therapist perspective. Time Stamps: 0:00-2:16 Intro 2:17-4:09 Welcome guest Aaren Snyder 4:10-7:23 Game Time 7:24-9:19 Why Aaren Snyder chose mental health 9:20-11:55 Black Mental Health Matters 11:56-17:28 Mental health reflects differently in black men 17:29-28:55 Miseducation of mental health in the black community 28:56-41:01 PTSD in the Hood 41:02-43:33 The future of mental health post COVID19 43:34-46:09 Outro Follow Our Guest Aaren Snyder IG: @thementalhealthmatters Facebook: Mental Health Matters Twitter: @1MHmatters Website: www.thementalhealthmatters.com and www.aarensnyderlmft.com I'm a black guy and a licensed therapist. http://www.bushcounselingservices.com/ Keep Up With Me: IG http://www.instagram.com/mind_of_a_man_podcast Facebook http://www.facebook.com/therandomramble Subscribe and hit the bell for weekly notification for topics like this and more! Mind of A Man Podcast is available on all podcasting platforms.
MORNING HEADLINES | SEPTEMBER 28, 2021 Wyking Garrett calls on Black Men to show up to Judkins Park this week in support of the CD Panthers / Mayor Durkan delivers budget address with a focus on COVID and Homelessness / Carolyn Bick on discrepancies in OPA #SeattleProtest report / Seattle Parks & Rec wants your feedback / #SupportBlackBusiness - Seeds & Steeze / Comcast Rise $1M for small business in King and Pierce Counties.
Shortly after my mom passed on Oct 30, 2019, I lost my dad almost exactly 8 months later on July 29, 2020. He is missed and loved by many! My father was an honorable man of principle and he created a legacy for our family by changing our last name from Wallace to Shabazz. He was a husband, father, brother, son, cousin, uncle, and friend. He also was a minister with the Nation of Islam and a proud army veteran. I invite you to listen in on this podcast as we capture some of the memorable times growing up with him and some of the life lessons we still carry today. Lastly, we recorded this podcast on this birthday (September 23, 2021). He would have been 85 years old at this time. So in closing We love and miss you dad - please listen from heaven as your sons (Dawud, Nasir, and myself) give you honor with this podcast.Al Salamu Alaykum Brother John 59X.
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Da'Vion Tatum, valedictorian of Westfield High School in Texas talks about his journey from Houston to Harvard after receiving $716,000 in scholarship money. As the author of “Thriving In My Own Lane,” Tatum shares his personal life experiences from middle to high school. and the pitfalls of succumbing to stereotypes by reminding them to have the courage and mindset necessary to break societal and cultural norms.
Bryan asks Krissy a very important question about the current state of affairs in the world: Why don't people wave any more when you let them cut in traffic?! Where is the decency!? Then the friends recall the time Bryan was asked to start an online streaming radio / TV station named SimcolFM by a man named Simon Guobadia. Simon has made news recently marrying then divorcing and then proposing to a different cast member of Real Housewives of Atlanta, Porsha Williams. Bryan shares his experience dealing with this Nigerian Oil Man and shady ways....buckle up for the TRUE story of ScamcolFM!LINKS:Want a TCB limited edition collectible sticker? Each series sticker is limited and first come, first serve. Click HERE to find out how!Or send a text or voicemail to 661-Best-2-Yo (1.661.237.8296)Watch this episode on YoutubeTCBTV-minusSponsorStreamlight Lending By SunTrust Bank (Use Code TCB for additional interest savings)DBSAlliance For Mental Health HelpMagic Spoon (Use Code TCB)FUM (Use Code TCB) Smokeless Pipe for Smoking SesationMEMPHO Music Fest (Oct 1st-3rd 2021)Castbox is the TCB partner for the Mempho Fest showsSubscribe to The Commercial Break Podcast Youtube ChannelNew Episodes on Tuesdays and now Fridays everywhere!Text or leave us a message: 1-(661)-BEST-2-YO | (1-661-237-8296)
Gentlemen's Factory founder, Jeff Lindor, is sharing why Black men need safe spaces and what men talk about when women aren't around. He's also discussing why getting married at 25 turned out to be his biggest blessing.
Sis, your bank account NEVER lies. Dr. Venus is not blaming you, and she comes from a place of love, but if you are not thriving, take the case that YOU have something to do with it. Manifesting is a power each of us have, yet there are many reasons we don't get purposeful and intentional about what it is we want or take the necessary action to get there. The world can feel cray-cray, very negative, and it's normal to feel hopeless and frustrated…if you are average. When you are average, you get pulled in by the currents of the latest catastrophe, celebrity gossip, or the most recent case of blatant racism/sexism/classism, etc. But YOU are not average. This week, Dr. Venus talks about INTENTIONALLY manifesting profit from a place of purpose instead of pain or problems. She also gives resources to become a conduit for money at an energetic level. Key Takeaways: [5:55] We are built to manifest, and it is our divine birthright. Every human has an intrinsic power within themselves to manifest, but society and culture often makes us believe that we can't, or don't have it within us. We are often in survival mode, using our power to survive instead of purposefully manifesting. As Black Women, we pray from a place of desperation and need, and we typically manifest from there as well. [9:16] You are a part of something bigger than yourself. You are cultural consciousness, not just individual consciousness. [10:54] Dr. Venus speaks about the two types of manifestation: she found life saving resources of food and clothes in church, but it came from the prayers of need and pain. Her first million dollar home was manifested from a deep knowing and setting her intentions on what it was she wanted and what it would feel like when she got it. [12:48] Both experiences showed Dr. Venus the power of manifestation, but the second one was from a clear intention that activated in her what was possible when you get aligned and clear. [15:47] So often we get caught up in the human race's consciousness and go with the flow, and there is nothing wrong with that, but more comes when we are focused and intentional. Dr. Venus gives the example of the March, and how true change came from our leaders focusing their intention and taking inspired action. [19:11] If you need to see how you are manifesting, look at your money. [21:17] Whatever we believe we will get from a certain person or experience usually comes true. Dr. Venus discusses changing up her belief systems when it comes to working with certain people including White Women, and giving them the space to show up and be trustworthy and productive. [23:57] Black Women are the measure, and it is up to us to heal, speak up, and stand up for ourselves. We must manifest what is possible and not from our pain and not from something petty. [24:01] DDr. Venus is committed to helping birth Black Women Billionaires learn to step into their purpose and passion. We can learn from past betrayals and feel the emotions that come with them, but we can't get stuck and let us block our future. [26:55] Commit to manifesting that which moves you forward. In order to fully heal and create purposefully, you have to shift from “me” to “we”. [28:17] If you start saying and believing that Black Men love you, they need you, and they are trustworthy, you will attract ones that fit the mold. [29:11] When you stand in your power, you set the example for young women and generations to come. They will see your strength and model it. Dr. Venus saw her Nana model grace and mercy, two qualities that help her deeply today. [30:22] You have to be willing to win energetically from your heart first. If you are constantly dwellimg in how you have been wronged, this will hold you back and keep you blocked. The things that have happened to you may not be your fault, but they are your problem and responsibility to heal. [32:01] You are not average and not regular. You are exceptional, and once you fully know this, manifesting from a place of pain to manifesting from purpose will be easy. Dr. Venus's intention is to empower you and your power. [34:34] You need to be committed to winning and accountable, and Dr. Venus will provide numerous resources and support to her Black Women that step up. [34:43] If you are the only one around that has money or need to keep people small so you can feel big, that is not real winning. True wealth is being able to help those around you and change the infrastructure to help generations to come. Quotes: “If you need to see how you are manifesting, look at your money.” “Commit to manifesting that which moves you forward.” “You are not average and not regular. You are exceptional.” “ It is an intentional choice, I am manifesting billionaires, called 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 Are You Manifesting Pain? 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Despite being a Kansas City Chiefs fan, Whitlock has nothing but praise for the man who brought them down last night — Lamar Jackson. Why is Jackson's leadership — both on and off the field — winning games and also winning hearts? Sports writer Steve Kim's analogy of Ben Roethlisberger to R. Kelly is a must see. “Fearless” columnist Greg Couch makes a bold prediction about Jameis Winston after his Saints get crushed by the Panthers. Journalist Dennis Evans joins the show to talk about the relationship of LeBron James' agent, Rich Paul, and Adele. Is the trend of black men dating white women indicative of an issue in the African-American community at large? Today's Sponsor: Good Ranchers has steakhouse quality meat for less than $5 per meal! Visit https://GoodRanchers.com/FEARLESS to get $20 OFF and FREE express shipping. Try a taste of the world's most remote wines from Bonner Private Wines. Visit https://BonnerPrivateWines.com/FEARLESS and you'll get 50% off the wine and Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices