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Best podcasts about happy black history month

Latest podcast episodes about happy black history month

Wanna Be
#127 Alayo Akinkugbe on Artistic History

Wanna Be

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 30:16


Welcome to Wanna Be- the podcast takes you from where you are now to where you wanna be in 30 minutes or less. Happy Black History Month! I'm Imriel Morgan, Founder of Content is Queen a podcast community that specialises in empowering and amplifying underrepresented voices, specifically women, people of colour, and LGBTQIA+ people. Thank you so much for taking the time to be here! Wanna Be's focus is to help you take consistent action to build a successful life and career in the creative and entertainment industry. But this month we're going to spend some time looking back as well as forward. [STING]Today's guest is Alayo Akinkugbe who is the Founder and Mastermind of @ABlackHistoryOfArt on Instagram which she founded in February 2020. Alayo is an Art History graduate from Cambrisge University and is studying her MA in Curating at Courtald. Through @ABlackHistoryOfArt Alayo highlights overlooked black artists, sitters, curators and thinkers from art history and the present day. As of recording the platform has over 50,000 Followers. In today's interview Alayo shares what she loves about Art History and how she was able to carve out a lane in space that traditionally excludes Black art and history. We explore what success looks like in Art history and how that's reflected in her career. We also dive deeper into some of the barriers to entry in Art and Art history and how you can overcome them. Alayo is levels! I loved this conversation it was refreshing to hear her passion and joy about the lane she occupies in Art history right now! It's inspiring to see too! I highly recommend you follow @ABlackHistoryOfArt on Instagram if you're in the mood to be moved and uplifted. Ok so this one is defo going to be extended for a bonus because we went to levels I couldn't fully deliver in just 30 minutes! As usual I hope this half an hour has made you think, reflect and contemplate what your next step should be. If you enjoyed this episode please do share it with your friends or on social media. If you're a podcaster or thinking you want to join a community that takes you and your podcast to the next level. Go ahead and visit contentisqueen.org where you can access free resources, talks and news as well as joining our community. That's contentisqueen.org That's a wrap, thank you so much for listening. Until next time…. Byeeee CreditsThis is a Content is Queen ProductionHosted by me Imriel MorganEdited by Joseph PerrySound Design by Amber MillerMusic and sound FX's are from Epidemic Sound See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Wanna Be
#126 Fiona Compton on Leaving Your Mark

Wanna Be

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 27:08


Welcome the Wanna Be- the podcast takes you from where you are now to where you wanna be in 30 minutes or less. Happy Black History Month! I'm Imriel Morgan, Founder of Content is Queen a podcast community that specialises in empowering and amplifying underrepresented voices, specifically women, people of colour, and LGBTQIA+ people. Thank you so much for taking the time to be here! Wanna Be's focus is to help you take consistent action to build a successful life and career in the creative and entertainment industry. But this month we're going to spend some time looking back as well as forward. Today's guest is Fiona Compton a Historian, Filmmaker and visual Artists. Fiona is also the Founder of the incredibly popular Instagram Page, Know Your Caribbean a platform dedicated to the enrichment of the history and culture of the Caribbean. Fiona is also a podcast host and you can hear her on the Relateable podcast a safe space for Black People and she recently launched the Know Your Caribbean podcast for people that wanted to dive deeper into some of the stories and histories she shares on Instagram In today's interview Fiona and I talk about the desire to leave your mark in the creative industries, we talk about owning the title of Historian and reframing history without the white gaze. We also talk about some of financial and emotional barriers and obstacles to that come with sharing Black and Caribbean history. Let's get into it! Something that really sat with me after this interview was the importance of finding and confidently owning your voice. I really loved what Fiona had to say about reframing the sources and looking at what was being described and reimagining that without a white or Christian lens. Powerful stuff. I highly recommend you check out @KnowYourCaribbean on Instagram. It is a wealth of knowledge but also joy, colour and light. ANd do check out the podcast which has the most beautiful production behind it. I hope this half an hour has made you think, reflect and contemplate what your next step should be. If you enjoyed this episode please do share it with your friends or on social media. If you're a podcaster or thinking you can do what I do please do check out contentisqueen.org where you can access free resources, talks and news as well as joining our community. That's contentisqueen.org That's a wrap, thank you so much for listening. Until next time…. Byeeee See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Wanna Be
#125 Kahlil Greene on Sharing a Historical Word

Wanna Be

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 27:37


Welcome to Wanna Be- the podcast takes you from where you are now to where you wanna be in 30 minutes or less. Happy Black History Month! I'm Imriel Morgan, Founder of Content is Queen a podcast community that specializes in empowering and amplifying underrepresented voices, specifically women, people of colour, and LGBTQIA+ people. Thank you so much for taking the time to be here! Wanna Be's focus is to help you take consistent action to build a successful life and career in the creative and entertainment industry. But this month we're going to spend some time looking back as well as forward.Today's guest is the self-proclaimed Gen-Z historian Kahlil Greene. Kahlil Greene is an online educator with ~500,000 followers across TikTok, Instagram, and LinkedIn platforms! He was recently profiled in The New York Times for his digital education work.In addition to being a viral historical communicator, Kahlil is currently studying the History of Social Change at Yale University. Where he was elected the first Black student body president in Yale's 318-year history at just 19 years old. In today's interview, Kahlil and I talk openly about the importance of sharing Black History across different cultures and geographies. Kahlil reveals how his experience in education has enabled him to develop his unique teaching style. And he shares how he's able to look past the traumas and keep spreading the word about our history. Let's get into it! I'm so in awe of this young man! He's really just come up and taken all this attention in his stride. Please do check out Kahlil's work over on Instagram @kahlil.greene honestly you'll learn so much! I still do! I hope this half an hour has made you think, reflect and contemplate what your next step should be. If you enjoyed this episode please do share it with your friends or on social media. If you're a podcaster or thinking you can do what I do please do check out contentisqueen.org where you can access free resources, talks and news as well as joining our community. That's contentisqueen.org. That's a wrap, thank you so much for listening. CreditsThis is a Content is Queen ProductionHosted by me Imriel MorganEdited by Joseph PerrySound Design by Amber MillerMusic and sound FX's are from Epidemic Sound See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Seasoned Sessions
60. It's time for Will and Jada to stop talking

Seasoned Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 54:39


Welcome back to Seasoned Sessions! It's Black History Month, so to kick things off, we share a few of our favourite Black-Owned British brands and the events we're looking forward to the most. We also discuss the violence of the Metropolitan Police, Jada and Will Smith opening up about their marriage, and the politics of being a celeb couple. You can get in touch with us at seasonedsessions@buzzfeed.com, @adaenechi, and @its_hanifahh. Happy Black History Month!

2 Many Flix
Stream Theory: Judas and the Black Messiah

2 Many Flix

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2021 56:08


Welcome, welcome, welcome dear listen to another episode of Stream Theory and Happy Black History Month. In this week's episode, the gentlemen are reviewing Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) directed by Shaka King and starring Daniel Kaluuya, LaKeith Stanfield, Dominique Fishback, and Jesse Plemons. So sit back, grab your beautiful mahogany smoking pipe, some gravy-drenched mashed potatoes, and enjoy this week's review of Judas and the Black Messiah (2021). currently streaming on HBOMax. Trailer Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) https://youtu.be/sSjtGqRXQ9Y Help Texas if you can! Please Donate! Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) – TDEM Disaster Relief and Recovery - Communities Foundation of . Please Donate (BLACK LIVES MATTER) https://www.joincampaignzero.org/solutions https://www.naacpldf.org/support/ https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ms_blm_homepage_2019 Get In touch Twitter: twitter.com/2ManyFlix Facebook: www.facebook.com/2manyflix Instagram: www.instagram.com/2manyflix Email: 2ManyFlix.Chicago@gmail.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/2ManyFlix --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2manyflix/support

4 Guys Go Off The Rails
It's BHM? (Feat. The Aspiring Polymath & Jefferson)

4 Guys Go Off The Rails

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 88:07


Happy Black History Month, even though it's been over.

Read The Room Podcast
Black History, Forreal

Read The Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2021 52:54


Black History is everyday, we will not allow ourselves to be aligned to just 28 days out of the year. That being said, in today's episode we talk about how black history came to be, a few misconceptions that we've previously been taught as the "truth", and why we can't just "get over slavery." Happy Black History Month! Follow us on social media: - Instagram: @readtheroompod - Twitter: @readtheroompod - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/readtheroompodcast - Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJQlRAJeMQWa9hbBwW5sy_A?view_as=subscriber Email us with any questions, comments, concerns, or if you'd like advice on a particular situation at readtheroompod@gmail.com

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Bitterman Black History

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2021 4:58


Fool #2 reads to us a letter from a runaway slave. Happy Black History Month everybody!!! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

DA KICKBACK
A Little Bit of Everything & Nothing

DA KICKBACK

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2021 62:02


Happy Black History Month!  SHOW NOTES   Kickback Invite Mae C. Jemison. American Engineer. Physician. NASA astronaut https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/atoms/files/jemison_mae.pdf Back in the Day Onesimus & Inoculation in America! https://www.history.com/news/smallpox-vaccine-onesimus-slave-cotton-mather   We Recommend  Binge watching some of our favorites “Breaking Bad” for those intrigued by crime drama’s, “Sweet Magnolia” for a feel-good soap opera vibe and, “The Black Church” for some soul food!   Breaking Bad (Netflix) https://youtu.be/HhesaQXLuRY Sweet Magnolias (Netflix) https://youtu.be/TEgrH93KLgY The Black Church (PBS) https://www.pbs.org/show/black-church/

C'Mon Son! The Podcast.
Ep. #164: We're Honoring Black History Month with Emmy Winner Sam Pollard

C'Mon Son! The Podcast.

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 16:39


There's still so much suspense and eerie unsolved details surrounding the murder of one of the most prominent figures in U.S. history, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ed Lover caught up with Emmy award winning and Oscar nominee Sam Pollard (When The Levees Broke, Four Little Girls) about his most recent documentary, now streaming, "MLK/FBI." The film explores the FBI's surveillance and harassment of Dr. Martin Luther King in the 1960s. It contains shocking details about the lengths the FBI went to dismantle Black resistance movements as well as its terrorizing of Dr. King. Former FBI Director James Comey makes an appearance in the film. Happy Black History Month everyone, and please prepare yourself for this week's episode of "C'Mon Son!" The Podcast featuring Sam Pollard.

My Two Cents with Towanda Harris
#BlackBoyLit: Getting to the Heart of their Reading Lives

My Two Cents with Towanda Harris

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021


Happy Black History Month! As Dr. Kim Parker says, “Every child has a story about their reading lives, it’s our job to get to the heart of it.” As educators, we have been charged to take on that challenge. In this episode, Aeriale Johnson (aka Ms. J) and Dr. Kim Parker chat about ways to … Continue reading #BlackBoyLit: Getting to the Heart of their Reading Lives →

For Realness Sake
52. “Living in the Moment” w. Whitney

For Realness Sake

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 44:58


Hey Yall! Happy Black History Month! Today Kieara is speaking with Herbalist, Cosmetic Chemist, and Homeschoolin’ mom, Whitney Green! Whitney’s journey teaches us how to appreciate where we are RIGHT NOW...

Batgirl to Oracle: A Barbara Gordon Podcast

Guest-starring Jacob and Shai/Asha/Petunia Sawyer! Happy Black History Month! After introducing my guests and talking about their… The post Episode 203 appeared first on The Batman Universe.

Fame 4 Ransom Podcast
"Jackie Robinson"

Fame 4 Ransom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 52:18


On this episode the guys are back covering everything that happened in the culture. Episode 42 and web would like to name it after the late great Jackie Robison. Happy Black History Month. Tune in to hear what else the guys discussed on this episode.

#SlickTalk
S6, E6 : Confessions of the Black Creative

#SlickTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 84:49


Does being a Black creative come with strings attached? Do we need to compromise our Blackness to appeal to a larger audience? Have we achieved equality with our white counterparts? For the final week of Black History Month, tune in as we have a chat with some AMAZING Black creatives and discuss how our journeys have been, making sure our voices are heard and amplified in a field that can feel overly crowded, and why it’s important that we motivate and uplift each other. Happy Black History Month!

Stoopkid Stories
Black History 365

Stoopkid Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 15:00


Here we goooo! Season 3 finale! Episode #8Thank you all for sticking around for another season of stories. Happy Black History Month, Happy Valentine's Day, Happy Groundhog Day, Happy Preseident's Day!Happy Birthday to Stoopkids Noah and Wyatt! Sending you so much birthday love! I hope it was amazing!Exciting things are happening on the stoop. I am doing a giveaway this week with a Black-owned toy company called "Little Likes Kids". Rules on how to enter are in this episode and on my Instagram page.To learn more about the Little Likes Kids visit https://www.littlelikeskids.comFor patron-only goodies for your Stoopkids, be sure to visit https://www.patreon.com/stoopkidstories and make a pledge.Take a look at the Stoopkid Stories website! http://www.stoopkidstories.comFollow Stoopkid Stories on Facebook, Twitter and IG @stoopkidstories.Rate, Review and Subscribe!© 2021 Melissa VictorSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/StoopkidStories)

F*ck You, I'm Smarter with Kelly and Lindsey

Hi there, friends and favorites! With March right around the corner, we want to make sure we highlight some of the most amazing, inspiring and influential people from this country's history. Happy Black History Month, ya'll!    Full disclosure, we started this podcast because we felt dumb all the time in regards to our Florida education, and nothing makes us feel dumber than doing a deep dive into the history of the Civil Right's Movement. There is much we never learned in school and as adults and we know it's our responsibility to unlearn what we were taught and then learn the truth about the backbone of the country. Thank you, Google.    In this episode Kelly leads a fun quiz all about some incredible black inventors. She even managed to shout out "Hanging Chads." Impressive, indeed. Lindsey looks to an Oprah list and writes a quiz called "Black People We Should Know" and then your two favorite idiots each feature an unbelievable activist who paved the way to help desegregate this country, one boycott at a time.    We hope this episode inspires you to do more research on your own when it comes to black history and our country's history. Check out the links below and don't forget to rate, review, subscribe and tell your friends to listen to FYIS.    Movies To Watch https://www.popsugar.com/entertainment/movies-about-black-joy-48137615   Black Businesses to Support on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/featured/blackownedshops   People You Should Know https://www.oprahmag.com/life/g25954127/african-american-historical-figures/       Follow the show's Insta: https://www.instagram.com/kellyandlindsey/   Follow Kelly: instagram.com/kelly_wallacebarnowl Follow Lindsey: instagram.com/lindseygentile   Show theme provided by Mike Etten: instagram.com/mike_etten/ BLACK LIVES MATTER RESOURCE CARRD: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/

Free Black Millennials: The Podcast
KUMI: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (with Cicely Belle Blain)

Free Black Millennials: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 61:41


Welcome Back to the COOKOUT!!!Happy Black History Month!!!This week we celebrate end of our first season in a dynamic conversation with the stunning Cicely Belle Blain!!Cicely Belle Blain is a Black/mixed, queer non-binary femme from London, UK now living on the lands of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh people. Their ancestry is a mix of Gambian (Wolof), Jamaican and English. They spent their formative years between London, the Netherlands and a small Catholic village in France - each home presenting a pivotal opportunity for awakening and growth. Cicely Belle is descended from a long line of feminist educators and developed a passion for justice from a young age. Cicely Belle is noted for founding Black Lives Matter Vancouver and subsequently being listed as one of Vancouver's 50 most powerful people by Vancouver Magazine twice, BC Business's 30 under 30 and one of Refinery29's Powerhouses of 2020. Cicely Belle founded Bakau Consulting (formerly Cicely Blain Consulting) in 2018 and has grown the company to serve over 500 clients worldwide. Some of their most notable professional achievements include speaking at the United Nations Summit in Quito, Ecuador, developing an Intersectionality Toolkit for the City of Vancouver and presenting the keynote address for the 2020 graduating ceremony at University of British Columbia, their alma mata. Cicely Belle is also an instructor in Executive Leadership at Simon Fraser University, the Editorial Director of Ripple of Change Magazine and the author of Burning Sugar (Arsenal Pulp Press and VS Books, 2020).FIND BAKAU CONSULTING AND CICELY BELLE BLAIN:Bakauconsulting.comCicelybelleblain.comIg & Twitter: @cicelybelle_xoAs always follow FBM on ig: @freeblackmillennials or email us at freeblackmillennials@gmail.com #FBMThePodcast

Your Mom's House with Christina P. and Tom Segura
591 - Your Mom's House with Christina P and Tom Segura

Your Mom's House with Christina P. and Tom Segura

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2021 135:44


SPONSORS: - Get started for FREE at https://www.peacocktv.com/ and start streaming today - Go to https://www.stamps.com/ click on the Microphone at the top of the homepage and type in MOM to get a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale. - Download Best Fiends FREE today on the Apple App Store or Google Play - Go to https://Brooklinen.com and use code HOUSE for $25 with a minimum purchase of $100 - Go to https://www.forhims.com/mom and get your first visit absolutely free! - Go to https://LiquidIV.com and enter code "MOM" for 25% off - Go to https://SoloStove.com and get 25% off plus an additional $10 off when you use promo code "house" at checkout. HAPPY BLACK HISTORY MONTH!! Tom Segura and Christina P revisit the all-time greatest black YMH Clips including the angry NBA 2K dad, the "let me eat ya" guy, Captain Marcel, the TikTok Blood, RPC and more. They debate whether or not the Four Stroke Guy is black, and Enny plays a game of "Tom or Black?" Tom and CP also revisit some of their favorite old drops from Tom's retired soundboard, watch CP's TikToks, and discuss more of the girls Tom was with before Christina.

3blackgeeks podcast
3BGPodcast- Training Day

3blackgeeks podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 152:08


We finally talk about this classic. And it's a big show. First off, Happy Black History Month. Second, sit down and chill this a big show. We talk bout everything. White cops, LA, Tenpenny, good acting, the Oscars, Kiwi's playing Mexican Gangsters, bad wi-fi, Terry Crews but not really and of course RUSSIANS!!! All songs on episodes aren't own by 3BlackGeeks. Karma by Benihana Boy Twitter: @3blackgeeks @cjwizgeek @Deetheblackgeek @blknerdjapan

Sirens of Scream
Episode 79: A History of Black Horror

Sirens of Scream

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2021 37:17


Happy Black History Month! We're so excited to talk about the incredible things black horror has contributed to the genre, and we have a massive list of resources for you as well!Further reading / listening / watching:Horror NoireGraveyard Shift SistersThe Black Artist Hollywood Couldn’t Buy via the Criterion CollectionBlack-created brands / creators / designers:Nightlight PodcastThe Real Queen of HorrorSinister SistersAdorned by ChiElegy ClothingPretty Boy GothicSamantha ReiSweet BitzSpooky KidzIn Control ClothingFunkyPunk NYCHO99O9 End music: "BloodSucker" by Marshmallow GhostsMusic courtesy of TerrorVision RecordsSirens of Scream are:Jackie DeVore- @JackietherobotSierra Houk- @sierrahoukBlue Coble -  @blueironworkerMelissa Megan- @LissapunchSirens on Twitter - @SirensPodcastSirens on Insta, Tumblr, and Facebook - @SirensofscreamEmail - sirens@sirensofscream.comEditing and production by Drew DeVore

Happy Life Studios Podcast
Episode 244: That Makes Me See Red HL244

Happy Life Studios Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2021 28:22


Has anyone ever made you see red? Have you ever made anyone else see red? What does "seeing red" even mean??? Listen and find out because it will definitely help you live a Happy Life. Speaking of Happy, Happy Black History Month as well as day after Valentine's Day. Contact us Email; Podcast@HappyLife.Studio Voicemail; (425) 200-HAYS (4297) Webpage; www.HappyLife.lol Facebook; www.Facebook.com/HappyLifeStudios Instagram; www.Instagram.com/HappyLife_Studios Twitter; www.Twitter.com/HappyLifStudios YouTube; www.YouTube.com/StevoHays Help us spread some Happy PayPal: www.PayPal.me/StevoHays Cash App: $HappyLifeStudios Zelle: StevoHays@gmail.com Check: Payable to Hays Ministries or Steve Hays and send to PO Box 102 Maple Valley, WA 98038

Timely: The Randomonium Podcast
#31 - American Music, Sleeping Through 2020, Futuristic Meat

Timely: The Randomonium Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2021 57:18


On Episode 31 of Timely: The Randomonium Podcast, we discuss the following topics:    Past: Producer Jeff takes us on a tour through the history of American Music. Happy Black History Month!    Present: 2020 was a hard year. If you could have slept through it, would you have? Danny walks us through this thought experiment.    Future: Do you know what cultured meat is? It might be the meat of the future. Jon explains.    Special thanks to FAO Schwarz for sponsoring this episode of Timely. Learn about their Easter plush line at faoschwarz.com.    Follow the recovery of Joseph Flavill here (mentioned in the Present segment): https://www.josephsjourney.co.uk/    We are excited to announce the launch of the Timely, Randomonium Podcast YouTube channel. Check it out and subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKdokFwpdMPwDoQDURqfsGQ/featured    Date: February 15, 2021    Hosts: Jon Stamm, Danny Gula, and Jeff McCullough    Producer: Jeff McCullough    Don't forget to check out Randomonium and Timely on YouTube and Instagram.

Why or Why Not with the Watsons
A Conversation About Black History: Part 3

Why or Why Not with the Watsons

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2021 36:50


Happy Black History Month! This week, as Benjamin and Kirsten continue their conversation on Black History, they dive into the most common and frequent questions they receive—the good AND the bad.

Skip the Tutorial
Episode 139 - Happy Black History Month: Welcome to Valhalla - The Bryant X Edition!

Skip the Tutorial

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2021 77:42


In this week's episode, we discuss Immortals, NBA 2k, Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory, some gaming news, and Gina Carano getting fired from The Mandalorian! Check it! If you want to reach out you can find us on Twitter @stt_pod, email us at skipthetutorialpodcast@gmail.com, or like us on Facebook at facebook.com/skipthetutorialpod.Remember, leave us a review on iTunes and we'll read the best and worst review every week! You can also join us on discord.gg/meWvcmA. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skip-the-tutorial2/support

I Just Wanna Talk
S.3 E3 – For the Culture

I Just Wanna Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2021 32:00


Hey, Ya'll and Happy Black History Month 2021! Let's catch up and then discuss some items you may likely find in a Black person's home. Afterward, support my Black business by purchasing your I Just Wanna Write journal or connect with Integrity Orchid to manage your next event. Marge (bka Marge In Charge) and I were united because of the Florida Rottweiler Rescue Ranchin Hillsborough County, Florida. Check them out! Appendix, Inc has therapy groups for LGBTQ+ and Black women. Reach out to Berthina McGill, LMHC, LPC at Berthina@yourappendix.com to join. All new paying clients will receive an I Just Wanna Write journal. Let her know I sent you. ​Intro and outro sounds are from my friend, Maestro Tommy Polynice, and his sister, Judy! If you need musical talent, hit up the Maestro! Check out our podcast network site for other podcasts I REALLY think you should listen to http://www.imagnville.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lakendraspks/support

Hip Hop Music
110-Trust Me Mixtape Podcast

Hip Hop Music "Celebrity Mixtape" Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2021 60:40


Happy Black History Month! Please support DJ Carl© with a PayPal® donation - https://www.paypal.me/celebritydjcarl DJ Carl© Rap Podcast Playlist: 01. A Tribe Called Quest – Can I Kick It? [V] 02. Rihanna f. Drake – Work 03. Leslie Grace, Meek Mill, BOI-1DA – Conga 04. Fat Joe, DJ Khaled & Amorphous – Sunshine [P] 05. French Montana f. Tory Lanez – Cold 06. Ty Dolla Sign f. J Balvin, YG, Tyga & Post Malone – Spicy 07. J Balvin, Dua Lipa Bad Bunny & Tainy – Un Dia (One Day) [P] 08. Fredo Bang f. Lil Durk – Top 09. LaTheGoat f. Rick Ross – 8 Bands 10. Bobby Sessions f. Megan Thee Stallion – I'm A King 11. Eminem – Killer 12. G-Eazy f. Chris Brown & Mark Morrison – Provide [V] 13. 50 Cent f. NLE Choppa & Rileyy Lanez – Part of The Game 14. King Los f. Ty Dolla Sign – Can't Fade Us 15. Fivio Foreign – Trust 16. Russ – Psycho Pt. 2 17. Cardi B – Up 18. Kool Moe Dee – Go See the Doctor [V] Donations to DJ Carl©. Thank you - https://www.paypal.me/celebritydjcarl [V]=Voiceover [S]=Shoutout [P]=Promo

Crime, Cults, & Coffee.
Episode 19: "We're Curious... & Heated"/ Alexis Murphy

Crime, Cults, & Coffee.

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2021 63:05


Happy Black History Month! In this week’s episode, we not only wanted to bring attention to a case that deserves to be heard, but an investigation involving a POC that was DONE EFFICIENTLY. Take intricate and pretty notes justice system, investigation departments, & media people. Alexis Murphy was a bubbly 17-year-old HS student— getting hair extensions for her senior portraits one moment and gone the next. Some questions are answered, but the biggest one remains “Where is Alexis?”. Listen with us as we discuss her disappearance & details that will make your skin crawl (trust us). --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crime-cults-and-coffee/support

In the Envelope: An Awards Podcast
Black Voices in Hollywood

In the Envelope: An Awards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 68:38


Happy Black History Month! As part of Backstage’s ongoing mission to provide platforms for BIPOC storytellers and amplify inclusive stories, we’re presenting a very special podcast episode for Black and non-Black listeners alike. Echoing questions the arts community has faced with particular urgency over the last year, “In the Envelope” has asked recent guests about the state of the biz: How do Black actors and creators navigate the entertainment industry today? How can white people leverage their privilege and allyship in creating a more inclusive Hollywood? What should individual artists of all backgrounds do to instigate systemic change? Prentice Penny, Aldis Hodge, Bob the Drag Queen, Rashida Jones, Justin Simien, Simone Missick, Jonathan Majors, and Janet Mock gave us frank answers to these questions and more. For Black listeners, there’s plenty of actionable advice on working in the biz; for non-Black listeners, we hope these conversations provide perspective, reflection, and a call to action. As Prentice says in a previously unaired clip, fighting for authentic representation and ending discrimination in Hollywood isn’t solely the responsibility of people of color: “It should be on the system to fix the system.” Check out coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement here: https://bit.ly/3a7QWo9 Joining this week’s Backstage casting insider segment is Destiny Lilly, New York theater casting director and advocate for actors and artists. To read our interview with Cicely Tyson, the late trailblazer and icon, click here: https://bit.ly/2LuCehm --- Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage’s podcast, features intimate, in-depth conversations with today’s most noteworthy film, television, and theater actors and creators. This is your guide to every aspect of acting, from voiceover and commercial work to casting directors, agents, and more. Full of both know-how and inspiration, In the Envelope airs weekly to cover everything from practical advice on navigating the industry, to how your favorite projects are made, to personal stories of success and failure alike. Join host Jack Smart, Awards Editor at Backstage, for this guide on how to live the creative life from those who are doing it every day: https://bit.ly/2OMryWQ Follow Backstage and In the Envelope on social media: - https://www.facebook.com/backstage - https://www.twitter.com/backstage - https://www.twitter.com/intheenvelope - https://www.instagram.com/backstagecast Looking to get cast? Subscribe here: www.backstage.com/subscribe Browse Backstage casting listings: https://bit.ly/3mth68e Check out our community-driven virtual programming, The Slate: https://bit.ly/2WDNXf0 Backstage stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement: https://bit.ly/3cuMBt5 Special thanks to... - Host: Jack Smart - Producer: Jamie Muffett - Social media: Katie Minard, Alysa Cirelli - Design: Mark Stinson, Caitlin Watkins - Additional support: Kasey Howe, Samantha Sherlock, Benjamin Lindsay, Oriella St. Louis

Anxious Black Mom Podcast

Happy Black History Month! Plus this is my 2nd year anniversary of birthing my daughter! Lol --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anxiousblackmom/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anxiousblackmom/support

The GreenHouse
The Breakdown Vol. 10

The GreenHouse

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2021 28:19


It's still Happy Black History Month! This week the Greenhouse Pod hosts are back with another, yup, you guessed it a breakdown. Vol'10 features a true Trentonian and versatile musical artist and producer @benjaminscott who is about to drop some

Blanime Podcast
106. Miscalculations

Blanime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2021 104:59


Happy Black History Month! This week Senae and Mike talk Attack on Titan, Kuroko's Basketball, Dr. Stone, Redo of Healer, and much more. Tap In. www.blanimepodcast.com

Up The Blunx
Happy Black History Month!

Up The Blunx

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2021 42:29


On this week’s episode of Up The Blunx, Akil & Kevin compile outtakes from episodes past and Frankenstein them together for a full episode. (http://uptheblunx.libsyn.com/). ALSO: If you’re black, in a punk band and would like to be played on our show; send us a bio and link to your music at UptheBlunx@gmail.com   This episode features the song “Forgive Me Philip” from Oakland, CA’s Brontez Purnell off their “White Boy Music” EP as well as the song “Noise Addiction” from Philadelphia punk legends PURE HELL

Raised by MaryJayne
The First Rule of Fight Club

Raised by MaryJayne

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2021 52:27


Happy Black History Month! In this episode, Steph and Ty introduce Cody as the third member of their team! The squad takes a trip down memory lane where they revisit an incident that occurred over a decade ago, and someone finally comes clean about the truth! From fights, to fireworks, this episode is just the tip of the iceberg with this squad! Enjoy another episode of Raised by MaryJayne!

Paid in Exposure Photography Podcast
Ep 64: Toxic Trend, Trey! feat ButCallMeCam

Paid in Exposure Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 100:40


Yooooo the pod got COVID and we were out for over two weeks! BUT We're back and we brought a guest with us! 2:00 Happy Black History Month - 6:00 Intro - 9:00 Where We Been? - 24:00 Is being Toxic the New Trend? - 47:30 Tiger Woods - 54:30 Clubhouse Evaluation - 1:02 Trey Songz Out Here Wylin, AGAIN - Courtside Karen WE GOT A NEW WEBSITE: https://www.paidinexposurepodcast.com/ Follow Cam: https://www.instagram.com/butcallmecam/ Follow the Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/paidinexposure_podcast/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paidinexposure/support

Jaye and Hatah
Is V-Day Necessary?

Jaye and Hatah

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 32:51


Happy Black History Month!!! We talking the passing of the GREAT Cicely Tyson, Uzi-Vision, The Wendy Williams Movie, and the question of Is Valentines Day necessary. Come on in and sit down so we can talk. 1

Planners and Wine
One step at a time ft. The EC Black Artist Collab

Planners and Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 74:09


Happy Black History Month! To kick off this special month, we spoke with Candice from the EC team as well as two of the featured artists in their Black Artist Collaboration: DM Smith(@GOLDSORBET) and Allison Ford (@HELLOALLISONART). Then we discuss Myra's staycation, her handwriting challenge and aging with grace. Be sure when you share the show on social media to use the hashtag #plannersandwine. Thanks so much for your support! Check out our website Plannersandwinepod.com for episode info, links to our Merch, Patreon and so much more! Follow us on IG: @plannersandwine Thank you to the The Erin Condren Company for sponsoring this episode. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/planners-and-wine/support

Mocha Message Podcast
[Episode 30] White Hypocrisy

Mocha Message Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 42:54


After the attack on the Capitol, and then watching AOC's Instagram live recounting her experience, we had to end Season 3 of the Mocha Message venting about the White Hypocrisy shown in law enforcement, government, honestly EVERY part of life. It's exhausting, and we (the black community) are tired. Continue the conversation on our Instagram @mochamessagepodcast. Happy Black History Month!

Who Do You Think You Are?
Episode 133 : Canceled with Abraham Lincoln

Who Do You Think You Are?

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 78:11


Welcome back to WDUTUR podcast! This week, the boys celebrate Black History Month by getting CANCELED! From Marilyn Manson’s rib removal to Covid nursery rhymes, Chinese impressions to Jewish space lasers, hairy ladies to effeminate blacks—there’s something here to offend the whole family! C’mon in!!! Topics: Nick kicks off black history month by effeminizing black men; Nick learns the emotional truth about being a fuckboy; WDUTUR: Vice City; Can vegans and non-vegans fall in love?; What is your dog voice?; All about pubic hair! Styles, hygiene, and more!; Creepy or Nah?: “scratchy scratch on the pubis”; Nick begins reading at an 8th grade level; Animal Farm caricatures our society; Pedro is Mollie the horse; Gamestonk review; Chinese detention camps; The simulation; Are aliens our end form?; Pedro’s daughter is talking!; Have we reached peak novelty?; CJ takes Terence McKenna down a peg; Football talk: Who’s cuter— Buccaneers Tom Brady or Patriots Tom Brady?; The boys invent this generation’s pandemic nursery rhyme; Jewish space lasers don’t seem that crazy to Nick; the boys lament Kanye’s stolen election; and Marilyn Monroe is accused of rape by presidential twink Abraham Lincoln! Happy Black History Month, everybody! From Nick, Pedro, and CJ—amor y paz! ——————————————— SoundCloud- https://soundcloud.com/user-304038354 Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/whodoyouthinkyouarepod/ Google Play- https://play.google.com/music/listen? YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtHmqXUvzJuz2EkZpVhrwpg? view_as=subscriber Spotify- https://open.spotify.com/show/0XWBmBY3HN5b6hbJpF4NTU?si=BtJeozAhSCmfVAIErf2fsg Twitter- https://twitter.com/Whodoyoupodcast

The ClownCast with Niles Abston & Harper-Rose
episode 11: the beyonce episode

The ClownCast with Niles Abston & Harper-Rose

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 49:35


Happy Black History Month! Harper-Rose and Niles discuss the time Niles was almost an accomplice to a crime, why emojis in emails actually are professional, and some other stuff I can't remember because I'm uploading this while high as hell. This is "the beyonce episode" because we're not promoting it. Just dropping it and if you like it, tell 3 people about it.The first comedian of the week of Black History Month is the hilarious Katrina Davis! Follow her at @katrinasivadSupport us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/clowncast

BACKSLIDERS
"Where's the space for us to tell our stories and for people to just listen?" - with Dianca London Potts

BACKSLIDERS

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 71:01


Happy Black History Month! On this episode of Backsliders, we talk with our new friend, Dianca London Potts, a brilliant and hilarious author currently working and residing in Brooklyn. Her memoir, Planning for the Apocalypse: Meditations on Faith and Being the Only Black Girl at Your Party, is forthcoming from 37 Ink. We chat with Dianca about her experience growing up in a rural, conservative suburb outside of Philadelphia in the 90s, going to many different types of churches, and getting her elementary education in a very restrictive, nationalist, fundamental baptist school. We also dive into her high school experience in a Mennonite school, where being in a new space that wasn’t Christian-nationalist opened her up to feel comfortable questioning things like not only her nation and her country’s history but her faith community’s history as well. After high school, Dianca attended a Christian university in New England for two years, where her studies made her become even more interested in viewing the bible and sacred text as something of literary relevance that needs interpretation and context, and not something that is “just Truth with a capital T.” However, even this collegiate Christian environment was still seeped in conservatism, and she still had to deal with unique strains of racism and prejudice that took a toll on her mental health. She decided she had to leave the Christian university and complete the final years of her higher education at a secular university, Temple. She talks with us about how she is still in process of deconstructing her fundamentalist upbringing, and probably always will be. But as she’s been digging into her family’s history (especially on her mother’s side of her family, with her great-grandfather founding a Church), she feels like the Black church has been a bedrock of stability in offering things that the government still fails to offer, and also as a place of collective resistance against white supremacy and collective action for civil rights. She feels like it (Christianity) is a broken thing, but there are parts of it that she’s proud of, and to disavow herself as a Black American from that history would be “really strange.” She feels like she’s ‘culturally christian’ in that way, (something she knows her parents will probably react to with, “What are you saying?”). Dianca also shared with us that when she thinks about what matters most to her from everything that she was either raised to believe or she walked away believing from how she was raised, it’s the radical love of “Christ as the archetype.” She views Christ as a story archetype and model for how to be ethically, sympathetically, and inclusively human. “Jesus the archetype as a model for radical love, and how to care not only for each other but for ourselves.” She thinks that makes her "christian-adjacent," or culturally christian, descriptions she says usually make everyone uncomfortable, but it’s right for her. This conversation goes deep. We even talk about subjects like the blasphemy of white evangelical Christianity, the hypocrisy of virtue-signaling, and the power of simply holding space and listening. We think this is one of the best conversations we've had on our whole show so far. :) We hope you enjoy our conversation with Dianca as much as we did, and please show support for her artistry by subscribing to her newsletter and following her on social media! All links are below. [CONNECT WITH DIANCA] Newsletter Tumblr Instagram Twitter [OUR LINKS] Backsliders Instagram Bob Billiams Productions Instagram Facebook Twitter Keylee Instagram Micah Instagram [CREDITS] Sound Mixing by Darren Augustus Videography and Photography by Claude Charles Intro Music "7.2.19" by Chase Burnett Outro Music "Stay Mad" by Chase Burnett ft. Julia Nunes Title Animation/Poster art by Cody Walzel Special Thanks to Angie Charles [FREE WAYS TO SUPPORT BACKSLIDERS] Please consider these free things you can do to help our projects reach others! 1) Subscribe to this podcast! 2) Leave us a 5-star rating and a one-sentence review! 3) Share your favorite episode with your friends or in a group you're a part of! 4) Subscribe to our Youtube Channel and leave us a comment! Thank you so much for your support!  [WATCH OUR OTHER SHOWS] Backsliders the series Home the series Talk the series [REACH OUT] We'd love to hear from you directly! Let's talk about what we were raised to believe, where we are now, and how that affects our relationships with others and ourselves! keylee@bbobbilliams.com micah@bobbilliams.com

Slate of Affairs
Black History NOW

Slate of Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 37:13


HAPPY BLACK HISTORY MONTH! To kick off the month, The Slate of Affairs team talks about their Black history experiences in K-12 education and their personal lives. Blake celebrates Cicely Tyson's legacy. Tatiana is NOT here for the Cheaper By the Dozen remake. Daniel praises the queen of subtle shade, Mariah Carey. FOLLOW THE POD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/slateofaffairspod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aslateofaffairs Website: https://www.slateofaffairs.com (for all show notes and the headlines you're hearing about) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slateofaffairs/support

Movie Trailer Reviews
Movie Review: Judas and the Black Messiah

Movie Trailer Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 49:10


Judas and the Black Messiah will (or at least should) make you angry. Not because of the quality of the film or the acting in it. No, it's beautifully shot and the acting is top notch which should catapult this to the top of the runnings for the Oscars. No, it will make you angry because it does a fantastic job of exposing just how diabolical the FBI was in trying to stop and murder any rising Black revolutionary. For those that might think that this film's depiction of the the FBI and agent Roy Mitchell (Played by Jesse Plemons) are an exaggeration, I implore you to go watch the documentary MLK/FBI that exposes how FBI Director J Edgar Hoover was fixated on discrediting (and yes even killing) any Black revolutionary seeking to empower the people. Black people's distrust of Federal agencies isn't born out of conspiracy theories but rather the actual terrible history of these agencies and the roles they've played in oppression. Judas and the Black Messiah does what a lot of films like it (think 2017's 'Detroit') try to do but either couldn't or were unwilling to do. It paints the picture of a Black revolutionary (Fred Hampton) from the point of view of the man who betrayed him (William O'Neil), while not trying to place O'Neil in a more favorable light. We've seen that before where there's an attempt to humanize and soften the history a bad person to try to explain and rewrite their history. Judas and the Black Messiah doesn't do that at all. I think it is important to note that this isn't a Fred Hampton film or biography. This film is about the betrayal of not just Fred Hampton but of the people (hence the title of the film). The whole theme of this film is that white supremacy is frightened by the idea of a "Black Messiah" which is who they deem any Black person trying to rally the community to fight for their freedoms and rights. There's a scene early in the movie where Agent Mitchell is trying to convince O'Neal to be an informant and Mitchell compares the Fred Hampton, the Black Panthers and other Black revolutionaries to the KKK. It's diabolical and ahistorical but also mimics the language you hear today from those that want to downplay white supremacist groups while painting Black Lives Matters activists as terrorists.  The entire cast of this film is fantastic. Daniel Kaluuya should be a shoe-in for at least a nomination for Best Supporting Actor. LaKeith Stanfield and Jesse Plemons play their roles of despicable characters so while you might actually start hating the actors themselves because they're almost too convincing. I'm elated that Dominique Fishback got this opportunity to play Deborah Johnson.  She was great in Project Power even if that movie wasn't good and she should have been the lead in The Hate You Give. She's been great in her roles in not great films for a while so it's great to see her finally land something that matches her performance. It's ironic that Judas and the Black Messiah got delayed for release until Black History month. Even more ironic because this lines it up with the annual tone deaf tweets and wishes of a "Happy Black History Month" from the FBI and other law enforcement agencies that have decades of Black blood on their hands. At some point this country will have a reckoning with that disconnect and have a real conversation. Unfortunately until then, films like this are all we have to drive home the point. Due to COVID the Oscars have been delayed until April which makes Judas and the Black Messiah eligible for this year's awards (technically the 2020 awards). Not only do I think it's going to change the conversation but it also highlights how many great Black Films came out during the last year. This is definitely one you don't want to miss. Judas and the Black Messiah opens in Theaters and on HBOMax on February 12th   Like what you hear? Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Follow us on Twitter: @Phenomblak @InsanityReport @TheMTRNetwork

MTR Network Main Feed
Judas and the Black Messiah - Movie Trailer Reviews

MTR Network Main Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 49:10


Judas and the Black Messiah will (or at least should) make you angry. Not because of the quality of the film or the acting in it. No, it's beautifully shot and the acting is top notch which should catapult this to the top of the runnings for the Oscars. No, it will make you angry because it does a fantastic job of exposing just how diabolical the FBI was in trying to stop and murder any rising Black revolutionary. For those that might think that this film's depiction of the the FBI and agent Roy Mitchell (Played by Jesse Plemons) are an exaggeration, I implore you to go watch the documentary MLK/FBI that exposes how FBI Director J Edgar Hoover was fixated on discrediting (and yes even killing) any Black revolutionary seeking to empower the people. Black people's distrust of Federal agencies isn't born out of conspiracy theories but rather the actual terrible history of these agencies and the roles they've played in oppression. Judas and the Black Messiah does what a lot of films like it (think 2017's 'Detroit') try to do but either couldn't or were unwilling to do. It paints the picture of a Black revolutionary (Fred Hampton) from the point of view of the man who betrayed him (William O'Neil), while not trying to place O'Neil in a more favorable light. We've seen that before where there's an attempt to humanize and soften the history a bad person to try to explain and rewrite their history. Judas and the Black Messiah doesn't do that at all. I think it is important to note that this isn't a Fred Hampton film or biography. This film is about the betrayal of not just Fred Hampton but of the people (hence the title of the film). The whole theme of this film is that white supremacy is frightened by the idea of a "Black Messiah" which is who they deem any Black person trying to rally the community to fight for their freedoms and rights. There's a scene early in the movie where Agent Mitchell is trying to convince O'Neal to be an informant and Mitchell compares the Fred Hampton, the Black Panthers and other Black revolutionaries to the KKK. It's diabolical and ahistorical but also mimics the language you hear today from those that want to downplay white supremacist groups while painting Black Lives Matters activists as terrorists.  The entire cast of this film is fantastic. Daniel Kaluuya should be a shoe-in for at least a nomination for Best Supporting Actor. LaKeith Stanfield and Jesse Plemons play their roles of despicable characters so while you might actually start hating the actors themselves because they're almost too convincing. I'm elated that Dominique Fishback got this opportunity to play Deborah Johnson.  She was great in Project Power even if that movie wasn't good and she should have been the lead in The Hate You Give. She's been great in her roles in not great films for a while so it's great to see her finally land something that matches her performance. It's ironic that Judas and the Black Messiah got delayed for release until Black History month. Even more ironic because this lines it up with the annual tone deaf tweets and wishes of a "Happy Black History Month" from the FBI and other law enforcement agencies that have decades of Black blood on their hands. At some point this country will have a reckoning with that disconnect and have a real conversation. Unfortunately until then, films like this are all we have to drive home the point. Due to COVID the Oscars have been delayed until April which makes Judas and the Black Messiah eligible for this year's awards (technically the 2020 awards). Not only do I think it's going to change the conversation but it also highlights how many great Black Films came out during the last year. This is definitely one you don't want to miss. Judas and the Black Messiah opens in Theaters and on HBOMax on February 12th   Like what you hear? Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Follow us on Twitter: @Phenomblak @InsanityReport @TheMTRNetwork

The GreenHouse
We Did It Joe

The GreenHouse

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 68:49


Happy Black History Month! This week the Greenhouse Pod hosts are back with another episode titled “We Did It Joe”

Meant For This
Why You Need To Celebrate Black History Month With Your Kids + Fun Ways to Do So

Meant For This

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 22:10


Happy Black History Month! Ahhh!!! This is one of my favorite months of the year, if not, my absolute favorite month. Black history and culture has been my favorite thing to learn about as a child and I love continuing the tradition in adulthood.   In this episode of the Meant For This podcast, I am outlining some fun ways that you can celebrate Black History Month with your kids by attaching their natural interests to what you teach and celebrate. Tune in at the link above or head to your fave podcast app and search Meant For This. In this episode, you will learn: Why it is so important to celebrate Black History in general and especially with your kids A few examples of fun ways you can celebrate Black History with your kids in a way that will cater to their likes and interests How to teach your children to see the beauty and pride in Black culture so that the focus on the hate and negativity is no longer front and center   ---  Featured in today's episode: Take 10% off Teeccino (the herbal coffee drink I was sipping during today's episode)! Use code MISSIONMOTHERHOOD at checkout!

I Just Find It Funny How...
I Just Find It Funny How... We don't know the green flags Pt. 1

I Just Find It Funny How...

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 68:06


We've discussed red flags before so we thought it was important to discuss green flags because knowing when you are in a healthy relationship is just as important as knowing when you might be in a toxic one. You can find the list of green flags on our Instagram page courtesy of @millennial.therapist. Stay tuned for Pt. 2 next week! Also, we totally forgot to say it in the show but HAPPY BLACK HISTORY MONTH!!!!!! As always, you can email your stories, questions, and opinions to ijustfinditfunnyhowpod@gmail.com or you can DM us on IG! @ijustfinditfunnyhowpod @theebeepee @baby.goon

Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show
02/01/21 Monday, Hour 2: Happy Black History Month!; BLM Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2021 60:00


First day of Black History Month…; BLM nominated for a nobel peace prize; Jeff from New Jersey is disappointed with America and everything that has been going on recently. Fred from Long Island NY goes to a church that prays for money. --- Back to Fred… he admits he does not pray. Domestic Terrorism Act…; Avont from Atlanta, GA is worried he isn't forgiving correctly. Kenny from Idaho

The Simply King Podcast
Relationship Hack V-day

The Simply King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2021 40:43


Happy Black History Month, and Welcome and Welcome back we made it 2021. This week I'm coming back solo with an episode about one of the most polarizing holidays on the calendar, not Christmas but Valentine's Day. I give 2 hacks that I tweeted a few years ago and just break down how to approach V-day for men and women. This episode's send it on is a little bit of future homework, if you're single treat yourself on Vday weekend and share with the #VdaySelfLove... Follow me everywhere  https://linktr.ee/simplykingpod (I do not own music used in this production) 

Crime and Roses
The Rosewood Massacre February 2021 True Crime Patreon Exclusive

Crime and Roses

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2021 4:08


This is a sneak peek of our February 2021 True Crime Patreon Exclusive content. You can hear the full episode here. Starting at the $1 level of our Patreon membership for the month of February! Happy Black History Month! Remember, Black history is OUR history. Rosewood was a prominent black community in Florida, that was destroyed by a lie, by a white woman, regarding an assault by a black man. The stories of rape, murder, looting, arson, and neglect by elected officials became a hushed secret, not spoken in public, but passed down at dinner tables from survivors to their children. It wasn’t until 1982 that survivors of the massacre spoke up and 1993 until their stories were publicly acknowledged. Content Warning: Lynching, Sexual Assault, Animal Cruelty. Watch the trailer of the movie based on the massacre called Rosewood, directed by the late John Singleton and starring Jon Voight, Ving Rhames, and Don Cheadle. Join us in celebrating Black History Month and participate in the 28 Days of Black History. A virtual exhibition of 28 works that celebrate the Black legacy in the United States, sent to you via email. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimeandroses/support