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Crosscurrents
@Work: Fly Bay Area / Searching For The Sacred Black Feminine / New Arrivals: Ian Mitroff

Crosscurrents

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 25:13


Today, we buckle up and hit the skies with the Oakland Flyers flight training school. We learn what it takes to become a pilot in the Bay Area. Then, theologian Christena Cleveland takes us on the spiritual journey from the Bay Area to France that inspired her book, “God is a Black Woman.” And, we hear a reading from Berkeley author Ian Mitroff. Plus, local music from Megan Slankard.

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S16E6: Big Boss Moves: How to Work Smarter and Not Harder with Brittany Bettini

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 53:08


Hey lady! Are you wrapping up 2022 with your eyes set on big boss moves for 2023? Well, if you are then today's episode is for you. Brittany Bettini, CEO and founder of Bettini Enterprises, joins Terri and Dr. Dom for a conversation that is sure to light a fire in your belly and inspire you to take action on your passions. Big Boss Brittany drops game on how to get ahead in your entrepreneurial endeavors while still tending to the other major roles in your life. She shares truthful bits about her life and how she keeps the wheels moving with a lot of passion and a lot of help. If you feel like you have the vision and the know-how to make your dreams take flight tune in so how you can take the guilt out of asking for the help you need to make those dreams materialize. And, if you're looking for a place to store all of those big dreams and plans head over to our Cultivating H.E.R. Space shop (link below) and buy a journal, a cute first step in helping you get yourself to the goal line!Where to find Brittany Bettini:Website: Brittany BettiniYouTube: Brittany BettiniFacebook: Brittany Bettini Twitter: @brittbettiniIG: @brittanybettiniQuote of the Day:"Your first $10,000 will come from working hard. Your first $100k will come from working smart, and your first $1M will come from hiring a team to work smarter and harder than you ever could alone.- Brittany BettiniRegister here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

Asknathaniel Podcast
BLACK MEN HIT THE WALL BEFORE A BLACK WOMAN THE OLDER HE GETS THE HARDER IT IS TO GET A WOMAN

Asknathaniel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 115:37


BLACK MEN HIT THE WALL BEFORE A BLACK WOMAN THE OLDER HE GETS THE HARDER IT IS TO GET A WOMAN

Buffalo, What’s Next?
Buffalo, What's Next? | The Promise Neighborhood, And A Black Woman's Grief

Buffalo, What’s Next?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 60:03


Today, Talia Rodriguez talks with Thomas O'Neil-White about her role as associate director of the West Side Promise Neighborhood, a group that works to create a vibrant and healthy West Side, with particular emphasis on getting children to reach their potential “wrapped in the education, health and social support they need, from cradle to career.” She also shares stories of her own life as a Latina in Buffalo. Then, a personal story from Tammy Simon-Baldon. She lost her husband to cancer two years into her marriage and will talk about what grief looks like for Black women. She has also done some work on DEI in Buffalo and Richmond Virginia and talks about the differences in culture and race in those two cities.

The Dr Boyce Breakdown
Racist student bites and attacks a black woman - what this really means

The Dr Boyce Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 44:40


Today I talk about "Kentucky Karen," a racist white student who attacked a black student at The University of Kentucky. There's a lot to say about this and I break down the way racism like this works in America and beyond.

Xeo Cast
XeoCast - Stephanie Jones, Associate Vice President, Flight Operations, Drone Express, September 11, 2022

Xeo Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 20:39


Stephanie M Jones is Associate Vice President, Flight Operations for Drone Express. Drone Express is a logistics company focused on bringing safe, reliable, autonomous, eco-friendly package delivery throughout the country. Stephanie helps empower a diverse team of proficient, independent thinkers whose mission is to make life easier by bringing customers what they need when and where they need it.Stephanie is also the first Black Woman to bring drone delivery operations to Atlanta, GA, and will be spearheading initiatives to expand in various cities and locations. Stephanie puts safety first in all operations, and loves demonstrating safe, efficient, sustainable, last mile drone delivery done with precision. Web: www.droneexpress.com LinkedIn: Personal: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephaniemjonesavp, Drone Express: https://www.linkedin.com/company/drone-express/ IG: @flydroneexpress Brought to you by Xeo Air (www.xeoair.com), hosted by Bronwyn Morgan IG: @xeoair Tx: @airxeo info@xeoair.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xeocast/support

Full-Time Black Woman
Sunday Replay: Sippin' & Tippin'

Full-Time Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 7:25


We've decided to make Sippin' & Tippin' its own show. This way you don't miss the tips and we get to give you more in-depth responses. Please let us know what you think about the question and our advice.  Send us an email contact@fulltimeblackwoman.com.  MERCH IS HERE!! MERCH IS HERE!!  Shop at www.fulltimeblackwoman.com for our latest available merch!Check out our YouTube channel and remember to subscribe!!Catch up on some of our many articles on our Blog !!  Like and follow our page on Facebook, “Full-Time Black Woman” Follow us on Instagram @fulltimeblackwomanFollow us on Twitter @FTblackwoman***********************************************************************************************************BUZZSPROUT LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/buzzsprout/***********************************************************************************************************INSTACART LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/instacart/

A Dope Public Health Podcast
Squad Goals ft. Kennita Hickman

A Dope Public Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 70:51


In this episode, I am joined by Kennita Hickman. Kennita is the first Black Woman to win the WAMI President Award and the Milwaukee Music Ambassador of the Year Award. She is also the creative genius behind Catera, a multi-media company. Ms. Hickman is also the curator of Artist Eats (Link Below: It is DOPE). https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoeGwV0dqrPeY6aJocgiUVA Listen in as Kennita talks about her journey in radio as well how she now extends her creativity to elevate other brands. Thanks for checking us out. With Love, Respect & Advocacy

Queer Theology
God is a Black Woman with Dr. Christena Cleveland

Queer Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 44:24


We're so excited to kick off a winter guest series with an amazing line up of insightful and inspiring interviews. […] The post God is a Black Woman with Dr. Christena Cleveland appeared first on Queer Theology.

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S16E5: Things I'm Glad My Mama Taught Me

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 55:31


Hey lady, we know right now it's a bit trendy to talk about some of the trauma you may have inherited from a parental figure, but what about the good stuff? What are some of the awesome and amazing things that you've learned and experienced from your mother? Do you have cool traditions that you look forward to because of your mother, or a certain way of being because of how she interacted with you? Dr. Dom and Terri have a touching conversation about the complex relationships that we, as Black women, have with our mothers. Now, that you're grown, what are the things that make you grateful for the relationships you've cultivated with your mother and the mother figures in your life? We want to hear from you. Visit us on IG and let us know some of the dope lessons you've picked up along the way.Quote of the Day:"A child's first teacher is its mother." -Peng Liyuan Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

Dope Black Women
Being a Black woman in Theatre w/ Dani Moseley & Nicole Sawyerr

Dope Black Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 58:45


Are you a Black creative working in theatre? This episode might just be the one you need to hear! This week we are joined by Dani Moseley (Brothers with no Game, Dreaming Whilst Black) and Nicole Sawyerr (East Enders, Boom, Don Quixote) about their experiences as Black actresses in the theatre. They share more about themselves and their aspirations for their careers beyond the theatre whilst discussing how to take up space in places that deny you a seat at the table. If you have an idea for a Dope Black Women podcast episode,if there's a guest you would love to hear on our platform,or would like to take over the podcast, contact Info@DopeBlackWomen.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Black Style Anecdotes Podcast
Finding Her Way To Style, Attracting The Right Energy, Creative Expression and More w/ Leah Thomas

Black Style Anecdotes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 41:25


In this episode, I talk with Leah Thomas about studying fashion design but not having style, how lack helped her build her style muscle, a love of tulle, why style is an underutilized tool, Black owned resellers, her negative experience with a stylist, viewing your closet as an opportunity, instead of an obstacle, and much more! Give this episode a listen, rate BSA on Apple or Spotify, and share it with a friend. Follow Leah on Instagram. In this episode she mentions: Random and Chic Spin Da Block Washington Ave. Follow BSA on Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/blackstyleanecdotes/ Like BSA on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/blackstyleanecdotes Visit the BSA website:  https://www.blackstyleanecdotes.com

Tether Talk
James: The Conclusion

Tether Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 57:41


- - -  *Like what you hear? Share this episode, subscribe to the podcast, and consider rating- thanks in advance!- - -  THE RECAPJoin me LIVE Fridays at 8:30 p.m. EST H E R E | Let's talk!- - -  SUPPORTIf this podcast has encouraged you to #staytethered, please consider supporting me in keeping it an accessible resource  H E R Egrace + peace, friends.   -All episodes are written, recorded by, and the intellectual property of tether talk, Tether Mission​​™, and Naomi Moka and subject to copyright. Duplication, division, deconstruction, and/or distribution of these works in any format (written, audio or video) are prohibited without written permission from the author, host, and owner. Thank you for maintaining the integrity of this creative work. 

The Chess Experience
A Journey To Be The First US Black Woman Chess Master w/ Rochelle Ballantyne

The Chess Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 55:41


041 You may know her as one of the featured students from the 2012 documentary, Brooklyn Castle.  A superb film that covered a low-income, junior high school's talented chess team. One of the main students the film explored was the inspiring story of Rochelle Ballantyne.Ten years after its release, Rochelle is now a 3rd-year law student at New York University.She also recently re-committed to her goal of becoming the first American Black woman to earn the NM title.In this episode, we cover:Reflections on the impact Brooklyn Castle has had on her life.Why Rochelle chose to put more effort and time into earning the NM title.Her insights on being a black woman in a predominantly male, white chess community.The shifting importance and meaning of chasing the NM title in her life.Where to Watch Brooklyn Castle:YouTube Link for Brooklyn CastleAmazon DVD of Brooklyn Castle--------Want to join my exclusive community for adult chess improvers?Chess Improver Monthly offers:Group coaching & game review from titled players to help your chess.Submit guest questions & private episode discussions for The Chess Experience Podcast.Live video chats w/ me & fellow adult improvers to have fun & stay motivated.Much more!Check out all the membership benefits here.--------->> Join my official FREE club for The Chess Experience on Chess.com

Holy Heretics: Losing Religion and Finding Jesus
Ep. 55: God is a Black Woman w/ Dr. Christena Cleveland

Holy Heretics: Losing Religion and Finding Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 55:03


“The Spirit of God, She has made me, and the breath of the nursing God, She gives me life.” - Job 33:4When you close your eyes and envision God, who do you see? Like me, you probably envision God as an old, white male sitting on a throne looking down from on high with an air of judgment and anger toward the world. This is the god of authoritarianism, patriarchy, domination, and purity culture and he's been entrenched in our hearts and minds for years. But what if we've gotten God wrong all along? What if instead of a Divine dictator, God is Creator and Mother, the Sacred sustainer of life? The Divine Feminine is the spiritual concept that there exists a feminine counterpart to the patriarchal and masculine worship structures that have long dominated organized religions. The Divine Feminine extends well beyond one belief system, and instead can be used as a spiritual lens to balance our perspective on what it means to envision the Sacred. She shows up in all of the world's great religions including the Black Madonna, the Black Kali, and the Black Tara. It is high time we recovered God in female form for the sake of everyone. BioChristena Cleveland, Ph.D. is a social psychologist, public theologian, author, and activist. She is the founder and director of the Center for Justice + Renewal as well as its sister organization, Sacred Folk, which creates resources to stimulate people's spiritual imaginations and support their journeys toward liberation. An award-winning researcher and former professor at Duke University's Divinity School, Christena lives in Boston, Massachusetts.A weaver of Black liberation and the sacred feminine, Dr. Cleveland integrates psychology, theology, storytelling, and art to stimulate our spiritual imaginations. She recently completed her third full-length book, God is a Black Woman, which details her 400-mile walking pilgrimage across central France in search of ancient Black Madonna statues, and examines the relationship among race, gender, and cultural perceptions of the Divine. Dr. Cleveland holds a Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of California Santa Barbara as well as an honorary doctorate from the Virginia Theological Seminary. An award-winning researcher and author, Christena is a Ford Foundation Fellow who has held faculty positions at several institutions of higher education — most recently at Duke University's Divinity School. A bona fide tea snob, lover of Black art, and Ólafur Arnalds superfan — Christena makes her home in Boston.Quotables“It's not just white Jesus that I hate, it's male Jesus too.”“What does God do all day? God Gives birth.”“Whitemalegod is the spiritual or religious organizing principle behind this white patriarchy that flows in our land.”“It's scary to see how whitemalegod has poisoned so much of global Christianity.” “As a Black woman, I couldn't even show up (in church) as both Black and female.”“No one person has broken my heart like the Church has.” “I had no idea Saints across history have seen Jesus as female and feminine.” “I trust Black women to get the job done.”“I can relinquish a lot of the need to control others because God is a Black Woman, and She has it handled.” “I'm passionate about people finding themselves in the Divine.”“Gosh, wouldn't it be amazing if white men actually knew they were Sacred? That would solve pretty much all the problems in the world.” “The idea of God as a Black woman is the only thing that can only heal white patriarchy.” If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a rating and a review

Translating ADHD
ADHD, Race and Culture: The Black Woman Lived Experience

Translating ADHD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 29:51


We continue our theme on race and ADHD as we welcome fellow ADHD coach and psychotherapist Inger Shaye Colzie back to Translating ADHD. Inger Shaye helped Shelly and Cam kick off the PoC Voices series back in the summer of 2020.  Inger Shaye shares how a lack of representation at the 2019 Annual ADHD Conference inspired her to become a coach herself and also inspired her to start The ADHD Black Professionals Alliance - an organization committed to addressing ADHD and mental health issues in the Black community. Inger Shaye also discusses how years ago her advocating for her ADHD son in a school system, a system wanting to label her child as a discipline problem, revealed the disparities in support services available to communities of color. She shares the unique burdens placed upon black women - the expectation to care for everyone in the community, often putting their own needs at the bottom of their list. She shares how executive function challenges, gender and race create a triple challenge to fostering real and positive change for her clients. Finally, she shares examples of her own clients, professional black women, and how coaching can address their unique challenges in the workplace and the homefront. Episode links + resources: Join the Community | Become a Patron Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate. About Cam and Shelly Links to the resources Inger Shaye shares on the episode: https://ingershaye.com/ https://ingershaye.com/tiabac/ Inger Shaye's Facebook group for professional Black women:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/blackwomenwithadhd For more of the Translating ADHD podcast: Episode Transcripts: visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode Follow us on Twitter: @TranslatingADHD Visit the Website: TranslatingADHD.com

The morally & intellectually ingenuous, sometimes disingenuous podcast

We're back! Part 2 of the Married Millennial series! So yall heard my close friend and brother from another, Will, on the Coffeehouse Part 2 episode. For a good portion of the episode he talked about his beloved bride, Jaz. I had the honor of being apart of the wedding not too long ago and I couldn't be more proud of him! Buttt it's time to yet again put a voice with a name. This week Jaz comes through to talk about her life before Will and how she's learned to adjust to the married life while also learning the ropes of being a mom too! Listen and be inspired!

Full-Time Black Woman
Sunday Replay: Bossin' Up (Guest: Toshia)

Full-Time Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 65:36


Enjoy a Sunday Replay with us and learn how you too can Boss Up in your career.  According to Harvard Business Review, developing a diverse leadership pipeline can benefit companies in all sectors. Firms with the most ethnically diverse executive teams were 33% more likely to outperform their peers on profitability, and those with executive-level gender diversity worldwide had a 21% likelihood of outperforming their industry competitors. A recent study of VC firms found that more-diverse teams had higher financial returns than their homogenous counterparts.The problem is that, to date, companies have not been great at promoting women of color to senior roles. And this isn't for lack of ambition among them: Black women are even more likely to aspire to hold a powerful position with a prestigious title than white women. And yet black women's advancement into leadership roles has remained stagnant…Today we are going to discuss the challenges of Bossin' Up As A FTBW with our guest, Toshia. Toshia is a native of Philadelphia (West Philly, born and raised). She was educated K-12 in the Philadelphia public school system and then went on to the University of Pittsburgh to major in Psychology. After getting several years of professional experience under her belt, she received her Master's of Public Health. The majority of Toshia's career has been working with a large non profit organization where she specialized in grant making and project management. The issues that she worked on centered on quality early childhood education and strengthening child care owners' business practices. She is married to a loving and supportive husband and has a toddler daughter who she loves and adores.Check out our YouTube channel and remember to subscribe!!Catch up on some of our many articles on our Blog !!  Like and follow our page on Facebook, “Full-Time Black Woman” Follow us on Instagram @fulltimeblackwomanFollow us on Twitter @FTblackwoman***********************************************************************************************************BUZZSPROUT LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/buzzsprout/***********************************************************************************************************INSTACART LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/instacart/

Tether Talk
If the Lord Wills

Tether Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 30:49


Welcome to season 5. This year, we will navigate our world through the lens of the book of James. Today's reference: James 4:13-17- - -  *Like what you hear? Share this episode, subscribe to the podcast, and consider rating- thanks in advance!- - -  THE RECAPJoin me LIVE Fridays at 8:30 p.m. EST H E R E | Let's talk!- - -  SUPPORTIf this podcast has encouraged you to #staytethered, please consider supporting me in keeping it an accessible resource  H E R Egrace + peace, friends.   -All episodes are written, recorded by, and the intellectual property of tether talk, Tether Mission​​™, and Naomi Moka and subject to copyright. Duplication, division, deconstruction, and/or distribution of these works in any format (written, audio or video) are prohibited without written permission from the author, host, and owner. Thank you for maintaining the integrity of this creative work. 

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S16E4: Showcasing Black Love with Codie Elaine Oliver

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 49:54


Ah, amor! Isn't it sweet? Lady, if you are a romantic – or want to be – this episode is for you. Codie Elaine Oliver, CEO, and co-founder of Black Love, Inc., a fast-growing media company comprised of the Black Love+ app, joins Dr. Dom and Terri for a real conversation about what Black love means in today's modern times. Codie shares how her love has fueled and informed her work while she still sought to maintain her identity. The three have a fun, lighthearted conversation about the joys and the pains of Black love, and why telling those stories is necessary for the vitality of Black people. Whether you are in love, looking to be in love, or just a lover of good storytelling you don't want to miss this week's episode!Quote of the Day:"Black love isn't always easy, but it's worth it."-Codie Elaine OliverWhere to find Codie Elaine Oliver:Website: Black Love SummitPodcast: The Mama's DenPodcast: My New BFFIG: @codiecoApp: Black Love AppRegister here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

Woke By Accident Podcast
Woke By Accident Podcast- Ep. 120- #BrianaGrier , Link between Chemical Hair Straightener & Uterine Cancer & Black woman escapes captivity from Missouri man

Woke By Accident Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 22:29


On this episode of Woke of Accident Podcast, I discuss the update in the #BrianaGrier case. We also discuss a case from Kansas City, MO, where a 22-year-old black woman held against her will for weeks, escaped and #TimothyHaslett has been arrested for Kidnapping, Sexual Assault, and Aggravated Assault. We also discuss a recent study which reveals a correlation between Uterine Cancer and Chemical Hair Straighteners. Check out Woke By Accident at www.wokebyaccident.net or on your favorite streaming platforms! Music Soul Searching · Causmic Last Night's Dream — Tryezz

Bitch no Filter
SpineBone connected to the BBL

Bitch no Filter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 51:01


We've all seen the chopped and screwed plastic surgery girlies, but be honest, would you get your knees done? Get your tickets for "Friends & Lovers", our non-traditional speed dating mixer hosted at a Black Woman owned Brooklyn hotspot Eve's Lounge. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lovers-and-friends-tickets-449770324147 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Black Style Anecdotes Podcast
Chaotic Style, Playing Dress Up, Overcoming Comparison, and More w/ Cora

Black Style Anecdotes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 42:50


In this episode, I speak with Cora Broaddus about tapping into creativity, the hunt for inspiration, why earrings are having a moment, weekly thrifting, remixing clothes, the quality of modern pieces, being 95% put together, why working from home makes her dress up more, Black women not being a monolith, breaking rules, and much more! Give this episode a listen, rate BSA on Apple or Spotify, and share it with a friend. Follow Cora on Instagram. In this episode she mentions: Heartbreak Vintage Follow BSA on Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/blackstyleanecdotes/ Like BSA on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/blackstyleanecdotes Visit the BSA website:  https://www.blackstyleanecdotes.com

Holy Smokes: Cigars and Spirituality
Black Woman and African Spirituality IV "Holy Smokes: Cigars & Spirituality" S7 E7

Holy Smokes: Cigars and Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 69:38


You can find everything you need at https://www.holysmokesmovement.com/ Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1111630515879982  Order Breaking All The Rules: https://www.kristianasmith.com/store Watch the entire episode at https://www.patreon.com/tfcatl Listen on your favorite podcast platform.   ----------------------------------------------------------------------- The Faith Community is a disruptive ministry built upon five keys:  Greatest Commandment Theology, Anti-Racism, Women's Equity, LGBTQ+ Affirmation, and Bible Criticism. We are for the unchurched, the  over-churched, and the under-churched; the weary and the wounded; the seeking and the cynical. For more inspiring content like this, check out our other platforms: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TFCATL Store: https://www.spreadshirt.com/user/faithcommunityatl Instagram: @tfcatl, @holysmokesmovement Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Tfcatl Website: https://www.thefaithcommunity.org

Full-Time Black Woman
Sunday Replay: Balancing Your Work And Dreams

Full-Time Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 44:51


Enjoy a replay of our Balancing Work and Your Dreams episode.  As FTBW, we are constantly striving for better.  Listen to today's replay for the courage to try for better. As a Full-Time Black Woman, I have the tools to make anything work when I truly put my mind to it. However, also as a Full-Time Black Woman, I have been groomed to believe my tools should be used to make a soft landing for the rest of the world while neglecting my own. Therefore, we get stuck in a position to be workers and not dreamers. Just think about it, how many women do you know who have passions they have chosen to put off in order to build someone else's castle? We understand because we are you.This topic is personal for us because we too are working on balancing work and our dreams.Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts!Check out our YouTube channel and remember to subscribe!!Catch up on some of our many articles on our Blog !!  Like and follow our page on Facebook, “Full-Time Black Woman” Follow us on Instagram @fulltimeblackwomanFollow us on Twitter @FTblackwoman

2 Black Girls, 1 Rose: A Bachelor Podcast
Allegedly, Supposedly... - A Black Woman on Raya ft. Comedian Jillian Ebanks

2 Black Girls, 1 Rose: A Bachelor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 18:57


Join the Rose Stems tier on Patreon for exclusive access to full Allegedly, Supposedly... episodes!We wanted to have conversations with fellow 30-something year old women who are still out here in these dating streets...in these post-pandemic dating streets mind you...to find out what's going down! What are their intentions? What are their challenges? What are they learning? What can we all learn about human connection right now?We sat with Jillian Ebanks, a beautiful, hilarious, comedian/actress on tour with the infamous The Second City in Chicago to discuss her experience dating as a touring entertainer, her foray onto Raya, the illusive dating app for celebrities, and what life on the apps has taught her about herself!WANT FULL RECAPS OF THE BACHELOR FRANCHISE, LIFESTYLE CONTENT, AND MORE? Join us at patreon.com/2blackgirls1rose Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S16E3: Approaches to Personal Activism with Charlene A. Carruthers

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 42:06


Hey lady, there is so much going on in the world that it is near impossible to not feel like it's your duty to get involved and help. But where does one start and what does “help” actually mean in the context of activism for social change? This week Charlene A. Carruthers, activist, and filmmaker, joins Dr. Dom and Terri to discuss how her activism fuels her creativity and how both her activism and creativity are answered callings from those who preceded her on this Earth. Sometimes the best way to get started is to take a look around you and dive into your personal history to see the path laid out before you. Tune in and find out how you can make a meaningful impact in this world in a way that makes sense for YOU.Quote of the Day:"May I do what I came here to do." -Charlene CarruthersWhere to find Charlene A. Carruthers:Website: Charlene A. CarruthersFacebook: Charlene A. Carruthers IG: @charlenecarruthersTwitter: @CharleneCacRegister here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

DIVINELY HUMAN
52/ Stop Disrespecting Yourself

DIVINELY HUMAN

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 18:59


You can tell we're going somewhere different. In this episode I speak to my personal realizations around undervaluing myself, my intelligence, genius, empathy etc. as a Black Woman in this space. I will no longer be standing for internalized or externalized violence against myself or others. Respect yourself, your voice needs to be amplified, your mission needs to be heard & you need to be taken care of. Mentioned: 1:1 Session w. JAS The Aquarian Entrepreneur Workshop The Aquarian Entrepreneur Newsletter Human Design Soul Map The AE Instagram-@theaquarianentrepreneur  

Black Style Anecdotes Podcast
Taking Style Risk, Shopping The Men's Section, Showing Up Authentically, and More w/ Kanesha Davenport

Black Style Anecdotes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 34:50


In this season 8 opening episode, I chat with Kay Davenport about what makes style innate, why her stylish mom wears suits to the doctor's office, how "Save The Last Dance" was instrumental in gaining her style voice, raising twin daughters to wear clothes that spark joy, the importance of shopping size-inclusive brands, things we should unlearn about dressing professionally, and much more! Give this episode a listen, rate BSA on Apple or Spotify, and share it with a friend. Follow Kay on Instagram. Follow Kay on TikTok. Follow Kay on on Pinterest. In this episode she mentions: Call Me Sparkle NastyGal Zara Target ASOS H&M {men's section} Shop Iccon MNML.LA Follow BSA on Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/blackstyleanecdotes/ Like BSA on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/blackstyleanecdotes Visit the BSA website:  https://www.blackstyleanecdotes.com

200churches Podcast: Ministry Encouragement for Pastors of Small Churches
Episode 403 - What We Learned From A Black Woman Theologian with Christena Cleveland

200churches Podcast: Ministry Encouragement for Pastors of Small Churches

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 46:19


This conversation Jonny and I had with that Jonny and I had with Christena Cleveland was eye opening and enlightening. It helped us to see the world from another person's perspective.Before Tamir Rice, George Floyd, and so many others - we had this conversation with Christena. We know you'll be encouraged and learn...Christena's book - DisUnity In Christ - Uncovering the hidden forces that keep us apart...  is HERE.

The morally & intellectually ingenuous, sometimes disingenuous podcast

Soooo I am doing things a bit different this time around! I've had five amazing men on here who are also amazing husbands and fathers. When they came through the first time to talk about their story, one of the things they all spoke on was their marriage and their love to their wife. So I had this idea to have these men on again BUT with their wife this time! I thought it would only be fitting to put a name with a voice. This episode is the first of a 5 part series! If yall remember my boy Brandon who was on episode three, he spoke so highly of his beloved Ebony. I've only met Ebony a hand full of times but she's an amazing woman, she has to be to put up with Brandon lol. She graced us with her presence this week to talk about her life before Brandon, her perspective on marriage and how her and Brandon had to learn to work together through some obstacles thrown their way. Listen and be inspired!

Full-Time Black Woman
147: Sunday Replay - Seasons: Fall Edition

Full-Time Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 64:39


Today we are here to bring you something light and feel good.  A replay of our Fall edition of  Seasons! We will discuss how we love the season of Fall and check in with each other.Join us today as we discuss Autumn and share some awesome news with you!Check out our YouTube channel and remember to subscribe!!Catch up on some of our many articles on our Blog !!  Like and follow our page on Facebook, “Full-Time Black Woman” Follow us on Instagram @fulltimeblackwomanFollow us on Twitter @FTblackwoman***********************************************************************************************************BUZZSPROUT LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/buzzsprout/***********************************************************************************************************INSTACART LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/instacart/

That's No Longer My Ministry
A Black Woman with Body Dysmorphia Gets a Personal Trainer

That's No Longer My Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 22:29


Host Nadia Imafidon speaks to her current mental health state and first experience with personal training after 2 decades of being disconnected with her body. As a Black woman with body dysmorphia, this is what it's like to face the fear of seeing yourself head on. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nadia-imafidon/support

Track and Field Black History
The Story of Alice Coachman - The First Black Woman to Win Olympic Gold

Track and Field Black History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 14:51


The Modern Olympic Games were first held in 1896 in Athens, Greece. 1904 saw the first Black man, George Poage win an Olympic medal, while 1908 was the first time a Black man, John Taylor, would win an Olympic Gold medal.  Women's events in Track & Field were first introduced at the 1928 Games while 1936 was the first time an African American woman would have the chance to compete, with Tyide Pickett breaking that barrier With both the 1940 and 1944 Olympic cancelled due to World War 2, it wasn't until the London 1948 Games where we saw not only the first Black Woman win an Olympic medal, but also the first Black Woman to win an Olympic Gold.  Alice Coachman, with a Gold medal in the high jump, was the pioneer who stood at the top the podium for the first time in Olympic history, opening the door and paving the way for the many who would follow in the years and decades after.    Watch Full Alice Coachman Interview with Washington University of St Louis Here: http://repository.wustl.edu/concern/videos/b27740880  Follow us on Instagram for more stories and Athlete highlights: https://www.instagram.com/trackandfieldblackhistory/ View Episode Sources Here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nnQ29qhC9ZzVgar2dN3vVxYBSdZrt5yHPEQN-2ZPogs/edit#gid=0 

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S16E2: Reclaiming and Celebrating Our Rich History with Dr. Crystal Menzies

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 47:58


Hey lady, it is often said that we are the sum of our parts. But, what do you do when some of your parts are scattered across the diaspora waiting to be discovered? Today, Dr. Crystal Menzies, founder, and creator of EmancipatED – an education company supporting Black households seeking more representation in their education while building community sits with Dr. Dom and Terri to discuss the rich history in our roots. Dr. Menzies shares her journey through education – both as a student and educator – and offers insight into her vision for accessibility to our cultural legacies as Black people. Our roots spread wide, and our stories are waiting to be told. Tune in and find out how you can tap further into your personal history and deepen your relationship with self. Quote of the Day:"Despite what most history books teach us – Black folks consistently resisted enslavement and oppression."-Dr. Crystal MenziesWhere to find EmancipateED:Website: EmancipateEDShop: EmancipateEDTwitter: @EmancipatED TikTok: @emancipate_edIG: @emancipate_edRegister here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

The Realist & The Visionary
Episode 166- The Manosphere, The Black Man vs. The Black Woman

The Realist & The Visionary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 73:21


Dutch & Tena discuss the Manosphere wave.

GentleMan Style Podcast-God, Family, Finance, Self
Black Woman Dominates Billion Dollar Trucking Industry Spills the Tea-Seretha Willingham

GentleMan Style Podcast-God, Family, Finance, Self

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 33:49


Watch this Interview Live: Click Here Seretha Willingham, Founder and CEO of SJW Logistics owns a Multimillion Dollar Third Party Logistics Company (3PL), a fleet of semi-trucks and operates a 22,000+ square foot warehouse in Atlanta, Georgia. Seretha has performed the following: -Consulted and trained investors, motor carriers and inspiring dispatchers on the art of dispatching. -Guided drivers on how to set up their own motor carrier authority to become independent owner operators to grow their fleet and to increase their income. -Taught dispatching to dispatchers and assisted dispatchers in growing their carrier base where those dispatchers are now receiving weekly payments from multiple owner operators. -On our upcoming Interview, Seretha will share her knowledge and experience to help guide you in entering the logistics industry. Want to see this and many more interviews LIVE! Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: Click Here FOR 10% OFF SJW TRUCKING COURSE: CLICK HERE

Black Style Anecdotes Podcast
2 Years Of Stylish Gratitude

Black Style Anecdotes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 4:20


Two years ago, today, I published the trailer episode of Black Style Anecdotes, with the first official episode to drop not long after.  Before kicking off season 8 next week, I, Rocquelle Porch, the Host/Creator of Black Style Anecdotes, am sharing a few thoughts in honor of BSA's two year anniversary!   Give this episode a listen, rate BSA on Apple or Spotify, and share it with a friend. Visit the BSA website:  https://www.blackstyleanecdotes.com Follow BSA on Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/blackstyleanecdotes/ Like BSA on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/blackstyleanecdotes  

Hodgetwins
Black Woman Nearly Runs Over Police Officer While Stealing His Patrol Car

Hodgetwins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 4:33


Black Woman Nearly Runs Over Police Officer While Stealing His Patrol Car Patriotic Apparel: http://officialhodgetwins.com See Hodgetwins Live on tour: http://hodgetwinstour.com Hodgetwins Children's book: Http://hodgetwins.bravebooks.com Follow Hodgetwins: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thehodgetwinsInstagram Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hodgetwins Twitter: https://twitter.com/hodgetwins Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/hodge_twins Other YouTube Channel: Politics: https://www.youtube.com/conservativetwins Askhodgetwins: http://youtube.com/askhodgetwins --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hodgetwins/support

Breakthrough with Brig, Mindset + Life Coach
EP. 98 Visibility Capacity

Breakthrough with Brig, Mindset + Life Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 33:56


Visibility capacity is our ability to allow our full selves to be seen in our life and work. When it's out of alignment, it shows up as feeling stuck, uncomfortable, and lacking discipline and willpower. But when our visibility capacity is in full bloom, we stop sabotaging opportunities that shine a light on our brilliance and intentionally seek out and attract visibility opportunities that celebrate our true selves. As high-achieving women of color, we have a sphere of influence where we feel very comfortable. However, on our journey to accomplish our epic shit, this sphere must grow and expand, which will elevate us to a new sphere, our epic zone, where we feel less comfortable. Becoming more comfortable requires us to increase our visibility capacity.  In this episode, I want to talk about recognizing our visibility capacity. Listen in as I share the three reasons you may have a visibility capacity and how to increase it. Let's dig in!   MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE — EP. 27 An interview with Dr. Koritha Mitchell, author of From Slave Cabins to the White House EP. 23 Emasculate...Is That Possible? EP. 22 When The Angry Black Woman Stereotype Follows You Home EP. 21 You're Angry, NOW WHAT EP. 18 Yes, I'm Angry and I'm a Black Woman, So what? Identifying White Mediocrity and Know-Your-Place Aggression: A Form of Self-Care by Koritha Mitchell   RESOURCES  — Join the Group Coaching Waitlist for Deeply Rooted - https://www.brigjohnson.com/group Join the Next Breakthrough Master Class here - https://brigjohnson.kartra.com/calendar/BreakthroughMasterclass Register for the Next Melanin Hour here - https://brigjohnson.kartra.com/calendar/BreakthroughMasterclass Book a Breakthrough Call here - https://bit.ly/30dPsXi  Share Your Takeaways With Me - Write to brig@brigjohnson.com    LET'S GET SOCIAL — Website - http://brigjohnson.com/  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/johnsonbrig/?hl=en  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/coachwithbrig

Full-Time Black Woman
146: Sippin' & Tippin' - Anonymous

Full-Time Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 24:06


We've decided to make Sippin' & Tippin' its own show. This way you don't miss the tips and we get to give you more in-depth responses. Today's question comes from a social media post in a group Esha Belle came across. Please let us know what you think about the question and our advice.  Send us an email contact@fulltimeblackwoman.com.  MERCH IS HERE!! MERCH IS HERE!!  Shop at www.fulltimeblackwoman.com for our latest available merch!Check out our YouTube channel and remember to subscribe!!Catch up on some of our many articles on our Blog !!  Like and follow our page on Facebook, “Full-Time Black Woman” Follow us on Instagram @fulltimeblackwomanFollow us on Twitter @FTblackwoman***********************************************************************************************************BUZZSPROUT LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/buzzsprout/***********************************************************************************************************INSTACART LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/instacart/

Tether Talk
It's All Good

Tether Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 24:18


Welcome to season 5. This year, we will navigate our world through the lens of the book of James. Today's reference: James 4:11-12- - -  *Like what you hear? Share this episode, subscribe to the podcast, and consider rating- thanks in advance!- - -  THE RECAPJoin me LIVE every Friday at 8:30 p.m. EST H E R E | Let's talk!- - -  SUPPORTIf this podcast has encouraged you to #staytethered, please consider supporting me in keeping it an accessible resource  H E R Egrace + peace, friends.   -All episodes are written, recorded by, and the intellectual property of tether talk, Tether Mission​​™, and Naomi Moka and subject to copyright. Duplication, division, deconstruction, and/or distribution of these works in any format (written, audio or video) are prohibited without written permission from the author, host, and owner. Thank you for maintaining the integrity of this creative work. 

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S16E1: Just One of Those Days: Dealing with Depression as a Successful Woman

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 57:47 Very Popular


Hey lady, we have a question for you. What do you do when "one of those days" feels like it's lasting longer than normal? How do you care for yourself when you barely have the energy to get up? We know days like those exist and we want you to know that not only are you not alone – they are totally normal. Dr. Dom and Terri have a tender, honest conversation about what it feels like to thrive as you experience depression. They keep it real about all of the places the mind can go when life feels unbearably heavy and share their personal toolkits of tried-and-true ways to help them become the light out of their respective darkness. As a Black woman, we hope you always know that being real about how you're feeling is one of the greatest signs of strength. And asking for help is another. If you or a loved one are struggling with suicidal ideation, please check the links below for resources and text 988, the suicide crisis hotline for additional support. Remember, we're glad you're here.Quote of the Day:"On particularly rough days when I'm sure I can't possibly endure, I like to remind myself that my track record for getting through bad days so far, is 100% and that's pretty good." - HealthyPlace.com Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

Tea Time UNFILTERED With Lovelyti
The story of Glenda Cleveland |: The Black Woman who called 911 on Jeffery Dahmer but was ignored

Tea Time UNFILTERED With Lovelyti

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 13:59


in this episode i'm talking about Glenda Cleveland the Black Woman who called 911 on Jeffery Dahmer but was ignored

The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell
Jackson begins tenure as SCOTUS's first Black woman

The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 41:22 Very Popular


Tonight on The Last Word: Justice Jackson's investiture is celebrated at the Library of Congress. Also, National Archives says some Trump White House documents are still missing. Plus, pro-Kremlin allies turn on Vladimir Putin's military. Republicans are largely silent on the rise in violent rhetoric. And racial disparities are uncovered in hurricane-ravaged Fort Myers, Florida. Dr. Patrick Lundy, Veda Williams, Danielle Holley, Joel Motley, Neal Katyal, Glenn Kirschner, Simon Shuster, Barry McCaffrey, Maria Teresa Kumar, Kurt Bardella and Margo Snipe join Jonathan Capehart.

Bill Whittle Network
TVS 167Flagellants: Wealthy White Women Pay Black Woman to Tell Them What Racists They Are

Bill Whittle Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 20:22


A new documentary chronicles a group of wealthy White women who pay a Black woman to enjoy a lovely lunch with them and tell them what racists they are. Would you hire someone to evaluate your level of racial bias and White privilege, asking you awkward questions over a sumptuous meal? How should conservatives react to such moral provocation? Alfonzo Rachel and Bill Whittle make two new episodes of The Virtue Signal each week thanks to our Members. To join us, and unlock access to exclusive features of our website, tap the big green button at https://BillWhittle.com

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S15E14: Decolonizing Sex and Porn with Jet Setting Jasmine & King Noire

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 52:48


Calling all of the sex-positive people! Lady, this episode is for the grown folk. This week, Terri and Dr. Dom sit with Jet Setting Jasmine and King Noire to bust some…myths about porn and the ways that a colonial mindset keeps us from the pleasure we all deserve. The guests break down why creating a sex-positive environment in your life and in your home can lead to empowering ourselves, and our children, to make healthy choices that bring pleasure, excitement, and bodily autonomy. Whether you like to be in front of the camera or in front of the computer screen, these two tell you how to bring the heat so you can spice up your sex life. Normally, we tell you to grab your journal but for today's episode grab a towel – it's sure to make you "sweat"!Where to find King Noire and Jet Setting Jasmine:Website: King Noire and Jet Setting Jasmine Shop: King Noire and Jet Setting JasminePodcast: Royal Fetish RadioFacebook: @JetsettingJasmine Twitter: @JetsettingJasmineIG: @royaltyfetishradioQuote of the Day:"If you're in a relationship where you don't feel that you're comfortable to be able to share who you are naturally with somebody, chances are you're probably in the wrong relationship." -King Noire Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

Blunt Force Truth
The Lies Keep on Coming - an Interview with Kristina Karamo

Blunt Force Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 56:17


Today's show rundown: Made in America, heard round the world - Chuck and Mark are back again. We start the show talking bout Giorgia Meloni, Italy's new PM. She is dedicated to traditional family values, opposes gender ideology and the LGBT lobby, backs strong borders and seeks an end to unlimited mass migration. She is saying things that Republicans here are afraid to say. The Left is losing their mind!!! Mark introduces us to our guest Kristina Karamo, a Black woman running on the Republican ticket for Secretary of State in Michigan, possible the first Black Woman running for SoS. The Left is doing everything they can to spread lies about her, so it really goes to show you how they say they re sticking up for the Black Community, but if you disagree with their Marxism...they will do everything in their power to tear you down. The Left is calling her a conspiracy theorist, and an election denier, or anti Semitic for trying to criticize George Soros. Is the current Secretary of State in MI connected to George Soros - Kristina says yes, and she goes into explaining how corrupt many of these institutions are, being given money openly by a Soros Pac. Chuck says we are under attack. The family, academia, everything we know to be TRUE American - is being attacked from every possible angle. We revisit that it is the Democratic plan to remove the Father from the Black Family in America. https://www.bridgemi.com/michigan-government/proposal-1-michigan-what-term-limits-ballot-measure-would-change https://kristinakaramo.com/ BIO: Kristina is an educator, mother of two, and proud Christian patriot from Oak Park, Michigan. Kristina is running for Michigan Secretary of State to fight to make sure that elections are decided by legal votes (not manipulation and corruption), and to improve DMV service for all Michigan citizens. More broadly, as Secretary of State Kristina will work to restore the rule of law and earn back the trust of Michigan citizens in our government. A believer in servant-based public service, Kristina looks to the Constitution as the supreme law of the land, with its focus on limited government and the protection of the inalienable rights of the American people. Committed Public Servant. Kristina currently leads a research team – comprised of former Secretary of State personnel – investigating the “governmental pathologies” which prevent the Office of the Secretary of State from operating according to the rule of law. This team holds a complete operational understanding of election system failures and inefficiencies, and forms the basis of Kristina's day-one policy team. Other activities include: – Serves on the Michigan GOP State Committee, representing the 14th District. – Elected member of the 14th District Republican Executive Committee. - Former co-host of the popular conservative podcast “Right on 14th”. – Member of the Board of Directors of the Detroit Affiliate of Stanton International. – Served on Right to Life of Michigan's Black Leadership Committee. Educator. Trusted Commentator. Kristina earned a B.A. in Communications from Oakland University in Rochester, MI, and an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University in La Mirada, CA. She serves as a professor at Wayne County Community College, where she teaches Public Speaking and College Orientation. A passionate advocate for...

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S1513: Expressing Your F*cking Awesome Self with Trap Yoga Bae

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 49:50 Very Popular


Hey lady, when was the last time you felt like yourself? That was the question Britteny Floyd-Mayo, better known as Trap Yoga Bae, asked herself years ago as she began her own healing journey. In this episode, Trap Yoga Bae shares with Terri and Dr. Dom how her passion for personal power and freedom comes as a result of hard-earned wisdom gained through the greatest teacher – life. Over time, Trap Yoga Bae has built a community of women who are ready to show up in life as their most fierce, amazing, confident selves. If you need some inspiration or some twerk-spiration, tune in and find out how you can own loving yourself loudly and unapologetically. Period.Quote of the Day:"Yes, you may have had some of your darkest days when things didn't go as planned before. But, if you follow those feelings up with inner work