Listen to BGD Blog podcasts, including "The BGD Podcast with Raquel Willis" and "Spirit Medicine: A BGD Podcast About Healing, Wellness and Liberation" with CarmenLeah and ChE.
Listen to BGD Blog podcasts, including "The BGD Podcast with Raquel Willis" and "Spirit Medicine: A BGD Podcast About Healing, Wellness and Liberation" with CarmenLeah and ChE.
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Black Girl Nerds is a podcast and place where girls of our ilk can express themselves freely and embrace who they are. This is not a show exclusively for Black women, but it is a show exclusively for Nerds! Haha! The end of each episode provides information on each of our social networks and a preview to the next week's podcast topic.
Rank #1: Episode 3 - Pop Culture Day.
Pop Culture Day: Movies, Indie Comics, and Favorite TV Shows
Rank #2: Episode 22 - Jasmine Doster Motivational Lifecoach.
Jasmine Doster is a motivational speaker and life coach. She will talk about her personal experiences and life lessons in the areas of spiritual well being and empowerment. She has an upcoming book called "You Think You Know".
Black Girl Nerds is an online community devoted to promoting nerdiness among Black women & people of color. Check us out on blackgirlnerds.com and play with us on social media by following us on Twitter @blackgirlnerds!
Rank #1: PODCAST: The Cancel Culture Episode.
In this hot topic episode, Jamie, Angelica, and Ryanne break down cancel culture and how it impacts celebrities as well as how it's personally impacted them. Music by: SammusEdited by: Jamie BroadnaxSupport our podcast on Patreon: www.patreon.com/blackgirlnerdsFor 10% off Better Help go to betterhelp.com/bgn
Rank #2: #BGNPodcast Extra - 2 Dope Queens.
Cynthia Francillon of BGN attended a press conference for the new WNYC produced podcast 2 Dope Queens. This show hosted by Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson breaks into the white male entrenched world of stand-up comedy and highlights women and people of color in stand up. The two women answer questions from the press on how this podcast started and why it's important.
Amber (aka the High Priestess of Black Joy) and Jazmine (bka King of da South) are two petty AF Black feminists who are determined to get on WorldStarHipHop one way or the other. Each week they overcome fuckboys, Becky, hoteps, and dry skin to spit hot fire on pop culture, politics and worship anything Black women have going on.
Rank #1: #6 Black Women Tha Gods.
This week Black men with their f*ckboy Becky lovin powers combined, assembled The Cool Colored Colorblind Collective and The Black Joy Mixtape wasn't havin' it! From secret meetings at country clubs, doing it for the gram with white supremacists, cupcake telegrams, to love armies, Black men in news media found themselves being threats to our lives....again. Thankfully, Black women on Twitter decided to show a little mercy and demanded them to do better.
Rank #2: #54 MeTooRemastered: Be Careful With Us.
Amber and Jazmine have been doing the absolute most this month. Not only have they been traveling across the country for work and play, but Jazmine woke up early one morning to conquer evil and it wasn't even Easter yet. This week we talk about how differences in Black liberation practices are showing up in the Movement for Black Lives, why Howard University needs to pay what they owe, and how Black women continue to go first and show us what liberation looks in real life! Remember, just because white have lost it, doesn't mean we have to, Black folks.
Two Brown Girls is a pop culture, film, and television podcast hosted by writers and critics Fariha Roisin and Zeba Blay.
Rank #1: Two Brown Girls 114.
We're back after a cute little hiatus to discuss the end of the fucking world.
Rank #2: Two Brown Girl 113.
We outchea! This month we're discussing the VMAs: the realness of Drake's thirst, Beyonce's artistry, and Teyana Taylor putting in WORK in the Fade video. Plus, the politics of wearing makeup, Leslie Jones and internet racism, and whether it's possible to support the Nat Turner biopic in spite of Nate Parker. Enjoy. <3
Join Bee & Britney for this weekly podcast covering pop culture, social justice, self-care and success.
Rank #1: We're Back!.
We're back! And this week, we talk about the 2018 Grammy nominations (ew.com/music/2017/11/28/grammy-nominations-2018/), the art of the clapback (blavity.com/sharon-reed-gives-o…st-mayoral-election), unwelcome visitors (blavity.com/trumps-visit-to-mis…liticians-activists), books!, and the royal engagement (abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/bla…story?id=51569550).
Rank #2: Not A Bonus Episode.
In this week's Jawn, we talk about Kathy Griffin, Cardi B's engagement, Fredrica Wilson, and Chrisette Michelle and Tina Campbell. This episode is NOT short, so we even have other segments for you, like You Betta Work!
PostBourgie is a long-running, semi-orderly blog about race and gender and class and politics and media and whatever else we can think of. The PostBourgie podcast is the talk-y version of that.
Rank #1: #36: What It Means To Lose A School. (September 20 2015).
G.D. and Terryn talk to Jelani Cobb of the New Yorker, who went back to his former high school in Queens, which was recently closed down. Jelani was trying to figure out how the diverse, highly regarded school quickly deteriorated quickly after he graduated in the 1980s and soon became, to many, an example of why big, neighborhood schools can't work. (Hint: HOUSING SEGREGATION.) And Eve Ewing of Seven Scribes talks to G.D. about the fight to save Walter Dyett High School, the last public school open to everyone in Bronzeville, a historic black neighborhood on Chicago's South Side. Protesters there had been staging a month-long hunger strike to keep Dyett's doors open, and Eve says that the fight over the school has huge implications for the neighborhood, where so many local public schools have been shut down by the city over the last decade. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: #28: Little Known Black History Facts. (February 28 2015).
On the last day of Black History Month™, we talk to Tracy Clayton (aka Brokey McPoverty), a staff writer at BuzzFeed and the creator of all those viral, satirical Little Known Black History Facts. She joins Jamelle, Terryn and G.D. to talk about #LKBHF the reaction to it, and the touchiness around Black History Month writ large. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
A problematic pop culture podcast hosted by actual black women. You've been warned.
Rank #1: Q4 Check-In.
Hi. It's been awhile. We're just checking in. Tweet us @mmhmmgirl. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
A podcast featuring women of color with very different views on Hot Topics.
Rank #1: Amanda Seales and Roy Wood Jr visit Friends.
Amanda Seales: The multi-hyphenate comedian/actress/producer is the creator of the digital game show Smart, Funny & Black, she stars as Tiffany on the HBO series Insecure, has a podcast called “Small Doses” and has a book coming out." On January 26th, her first hour-long comedy special on HBO I Be Knowin will make its debut. The former MTV VJ has a master’s in African-American studies from Columbia University, has guest-starred on black-ish — and written, produced and starred in two seasons of her scripted web comedy series, “Get Your Life”. Roy Wood Jr. Roy’s comedy has entertained millions across stage, television and radio. Roy joined “The World’s Fakest News Team” in 2015 as a correspondent on Comedy Central’s Emmy-winning hit series, “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.” In 2017, he was named the new host of Comedy Central’s storytelling series, “This is Not Happening,” which returns on February 1st. His first Comedy Central one-hour stand-up special, “Father Figure,” premiered in 2017 along with an extended uncensored album of the same name released by Comedy Central Records. Roy’s second Comedy Central one-hour stand-up special, “Roy Wood Jr.: No One Loves You,” will premiere on January 25th. Wood, a native of Birmingham, Alabama, began his comedy career in 1999 at the age of 19 while attending Florida A&M University. In October 2006, Wood made his network television debut on “The Late Show with David Letterman.” In 2008, he appeared on HBO’s historic “Def Comedy Jam” and was later selected by America as one of the top three finalists on “Last Comic Standing” on NBC. Wood has appeared on “The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson,” TBS’ “Conan,” “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” and “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” He has also performed for the troops on numerous USO tours in the Middle East and the Pacific Islands. Von Decarlo is a stand-up comedian, actress, and author of the book Speak Fluent Man. She completed two seasons as a talking head comedian on BET/Centric’s relationship-based show, According to Him + Her, and is featured on Tru-TV’s hit comedy show, Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks. In addition, she performed at the Just For Laughs comedy festival in Montreal for Kevin Hart’s LOL Network, JFL Present’s LOL Live. You can catch her in national commercials for GNC, Disney’s Aladdin, and Carnival Cruise Lines. You can also catch her on the 2018 year-end wrap up special for CNN’s AC360. Her one-woman show, Lasagna, debuted at the People’s Improv Theatre to a full crowd and rave reviews. She is the first female to host her own show on Sirius XM NBA Radio called, Coach Von's Corner, where comedy meets sports, and you get everything on and off the court in the NBA. Her podcast, Coach Von Podcast, is available on iTunes and uses sports to anchor into fun, yet honest, conversations about life, love, and relationships. Always hosted by Marina Franklin- Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, and HBO's Crashing
Rank #2: “High” Expectations.
Dr. Christina Greer is a writer and professor of political science at Fordham University Lincoln Center, and the 2018 McSilver Institute Fellow at NYU. She is the author of Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream, and has been published in TIME. She makes occasional appearances on MSNBC. Guy Torry Is a comedian and actor who was featured in the Def Comedy Jam Tour, created, produced, and hosted Phat Comedy Tuesdays at the Comedy Store, guest-starred on “Martin”, “Sparks”, “NYPD Blue”, “The X-Files”, and “The Shield”. He has even been in movies such as “Pearl Harbor”, “The Animal”, “Runaway Jury”, “Life” and the most critically acclaimed; “American History X”. He hosted the original “The Kings of Comedy” tour. He’s currently touring all over! Marie Faustin is a comedian and actress who was a 2017 “New Face of Comedy” at the International Just for Laughs Comedy Festival. She has appeared in GQ magazine, MTV's GirlCode, MTV2's Vidiots, VH1's All Jokes Aside, BET's SocialAwards and TruTV's Late Night Snack. Marie was the host of Oxygen's Very Real Talk from 2016-2017. She's a regular feature in Time Out NY. Marie also co-hosts the weekly podcast: “The Unofficial Expert.” Always hosted by Marina Franklin- Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, and HBO's Crashing.
A Podcast for Ladies When the World is Doing Too MuchYour place to *Misty Copeland Twirl* and raise praise hand emojis to everything in pop culture to politics. Real talk about our lives and our culture.
Rank #1: Episode 15: We marched but did we move?.
It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day and no one is feeling good. Mentioned in the episode: Angela Peoples won’t let us forget that 53% white women didn’t show up for themselves, no less anyone else. Welcome to the party. Will we see you at the next social justice movement?Donald Is like Chris Brown... Other articles, videos, and a reading list to open your eyes and promote action post-march:@feministajones reads and slays in Philly #womensmarchPre-March reading list (pssssttt it’s still good after the march.)What I witnessed at the marchFollow Black Girl MagicTwitter and FacebookSubscribe and leave a review on iTunes | Hit the heart on Soundcloud | Listen via Acast (we’re giving you ALL THE CHOICES) Email us with questions, topics you want to hear our thoughts on, comments, music, and shout outs firstname.lastname@example.org Find us online and say hi!Ciji (Twitter & Tumblr) | Danielle (Twitter & Facebook) | Lauren (Twitter & Tumblr)
Rank #2: #Friendships for real.
#Friendships for real by Dodds, Morgan, Parker
Each week, BFFs Brittany and Eric humorously deep-dive into the uncool topic of their choice while testing the outer limits of their friendship.
Rank #1: Possible God feat. Gabourey Sidibe.
This week, B & E are joined by Academy award nominee, Empire star, and author of This Is Just My Face: Try Not to Stare, Gabourey Sidibe. The trio discusses self-love, accepting their parents and suspect Instagram ads. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Dear White People.
A unique listener letter spurs Brittany and Eric to break the fourth wall and speak directly to white folks. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Queen and J. are two funny womanist race nerds from the Bronx talking liberation, politics and pop culture over tea! Dismantling white supremacist patriarchal capitalism one episode at a time. New episode drops every Tuesday! Drink up!
Rank #1: #150 Fix Your Wig.
Queen & J. are two womanist race nerds talking liberation, politics, and pop-culture over tea. Drink up! On this episode… It’s our 150th episode! Beyonce gives us Beychella and we pledge Beta Delta Kappa, Auntie Iyanla is wilding, Taylor Swift is a demogorgon and when we fight police brutality, what are we fighting for, do you know why you’re here and that white supremacy is the enemy? This week’s hot list: #PodinLiveNYC, building community, On My Block, managing our living spaces, The Black Joy Mixtape, step your Kwanzaa up, puff puff pass, the people’s Beyonce, police brutality and the bad apple theory vs. organized yt supremacy, fix your neighbor’s weave, Dope On Arrival, who’s checking in on Iyanla, and why is Taylor Swift still allowed… to do anything?Tweet us while you listen! #teawithqj @teawithqjWEBSITEwww.TeaWithQueenAndJ.comSOCIAL MEDIATwitter: twitter.com/teawithqjInstagram: Instagram.com/teawithqjFacebook: www.facebook.com/TeawithQueenandJTumblr: teawithqueenandj.tumblr.comEMAILteawithqueenandj@gmail.comDONATEwww.paypal.me/teawithqj OR www.patreon.com/teawithqjEVENTS NEW YORK - #PodinLiveNYC is back! Join us Saturday, April 21st at 4:00 for #PodinLiveNYC: Podcast Meet-up, we’re hanging out with some of our favorite Black podcasts in NYC and their listeners at Von (3 Bleeker Street) for an afternoon kick it session: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/podinlivenyc-podcast-meet-up-tickets-44528362531?ref=estwWASHINGTON, DC - *UPDATE The organizers of We The Culture Podcast Conference: The Age of the Digital Griot podcast conference have postponed this event for 60-90 days. We know, retrograde is too real this year* PAY BLACK WOMENShop Dope On Arrival NYC for Black ass shirts, leggings and swimwear! https://www.dopeonarrivalnyc.com/NOTES & EXTRA TEA Check out this week’s episode of The Black Joy Mixtape: https://soundcloud.com/theblackjoymixtape/54-metooremastered-be-careful-with-usThis week’s closing clip features Vince Staples saying out loud in front of yt people what we all know about R. Kelly as Nadeska tries to silence him. Way to go sis: https://twitter.com/aboynamedandy/status/985900111296376832?s=21Engineering by Indie Creative Network: www.icn.dj/ Libations to our friend Casey who helps keep this show running by giving his money to Black women. Libations to Ohene Cornelius for our show intro, check out his latest album Flight Risk available everywhere online now. You can find Ohene on instagram and twitter @ohenecornelius and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ohenecornelius/ Libations to T.Flint for our News That's Not News intro! Find him at www.tflintvoiceovers.com/
Rank #2: #23 For Colored Girls Named Sharkeisha.
Anthony Mackie joins the KKK; Hair, Sex and Coconut Oil; Transgender people are people, remember? And what's in a ghetto name? If you name her Megan, is she not as sweet? No. The answer is no, she's not. Drink up!Some show notes!If you'd like to help restore water to the residents living without in Detroit, check out www.DetroitWaterBrigade.orgDon't forget to subscribe to us on iTunes, follow us on Soundcloud, like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/TeawithQueenandJ, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/teawithqj, on Instagram www.instagram.com/teawithqj, and email us at email@example.com
Black Girls Talking is a podcast wherein 4 black girls discuss pop culture, Beyonce, & the pursuit of the perfect body oil.
Rank #1: Black Girls Talking - BGT Episode 69: ATLANTA.
Alesia is joined by some equally rude friends to discuss Donald Glover's new show Atlanta, the current state of Black folks on tv, the Black love we deserve and a lot more.
Rank #2: BGT Episode 68: Pastel Goth & Self-Care With Erika Paget & Darice Murphy.
In this episode Ramou announces a special project with her special guests, Darice fan girls, and Erika tells us about that time peeing her pants led to self-love.
The Black Media Minute is a podcast that dives into the ins and outs of the media business with Black creatives and industry professionals. The show features interviews and analysis of books, movies and television. Hosted by Kimberly Foster (founder and editor-in-chief of ForHarriet.com), listen to dynamic conversations with the people who shape the media landscape.Kimberly@BlackMediaMinute.comscupper.io/blackmediaminute?verify=7f3ba7
Rank #1: Morgan Rhodes on Music Supervising for Ava DuVernay.
Morgan Rhodes knows music. She turned her passion for digging through crates for musical gems into a career as a DJ and music supervisor for film and television. She's worked on Ava DuVernay's "Middle of Nowhere" and "Selma" as well as "Queen Sugar" and "Dear White People." Now, she's got a new podcast called Heat Rocks. Check it out http://www.maximumfun.org/shows/heat-rocks
Rank #2: How Jasmyn Lawson Celebrates and Centers Black Culture Through GIFS.
Jasmyn Lawson is creating and curating culture through her work at Giphy, an online gif database.Read about Digital Blackface: http://www.teenvogue.com/story/digital-blackface-reaction-gifsFollow Jasmyn: @JasmynBeKnowingFollow Kim: @KimberlyNFoster
Each week on "The Extraordinary Negroes", writers Jay Connor and Alex Hardy delve into humorous explorations of pop culture, current events, and relevant issues with some of your favorite media personalities. Previous guests include Luvvie Ajayi, Damon Young and Panama Jackson of VerySmartBrothas, April Reign, 2017 Grammy nominees KING, Jerrika Hinton of ABC's Grey's Anatomy, author and blogger extraordinaire Demetria Lucas O'Doyley, author Kiese Laymon, Eunique Jones Gibson of Because of Them We Can, and many more.
Rank #1: A Love Supreme (Feat. Dr. Jeanine Staples and Jas Hands of The Brown Liquor Report).
In this episode, we chop it up with celebrated author, speaker, and educator Dr. Jeanine Staples and our extended family member Jas Hands of The Brown Liquor Report. We explore the impact that exposure to physical and emotional trauma has on women both in and outside of relationships, Jeanine's thoughts on the #HurtBae fiasco, as well as her suggestions on successfully dismantling patriarchy. Additionally, Alex can do without Ikea's Swedish Meatballs, Jay draws confidence from an unlikely source, and we have some very special announcements to make.
Rank #2: A Black Writers Symposium (Feat. Kiese Laymon & Hari Ziyad of RaceBaitR).
In one of our most candid episodes to date, we're joined by the dynamic duo of educator, "Long Division" author, and Southern-fried scribe Kiese Laymon and RaceBaitR's H.N.I.C. Hari Ziyad for our first ever "Black Writers Symposium". We discuss the necessity of the creative spaces they occupy, the delicate balance of selling their artistry while not selling their souls, and the roles and responsibilities of writers within the pursuit of true Black liberation. Additionally, Alex has a thing for Crunch Berries, Jay shops at Gordon Gartrelle, and Amtrak stations ain’t nothing nice.
Join Dr. Amber Thornton and her guests for Root & Grow Chats, all about personal development, growth and truly enhancing wellness. To book your free 15 minute consultation or to learn more about Dr. Amber Thornton Consulting services, head to www.dramberthornton.com. Send inquiries and questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #1: THROWBACK: "Are you afraid to go to therapy?".
Episode originally aired on July 14, 2017. Are you afraid to go to therapy? Listen as Dr. Amber Thornton discusses her therapy experiences and the top 10 reasons she believes people are afraid to go to therapy.Read more about the reasons you may feel afraid to go to therapy here -> www.dramberthornton.com/blog/are-you-…go-to-therapy* * * * * * * * *Do you have a question you would like answered on ‘A Different Perspective’ podcast? If so, email your question to me at email@example.com.Are you interested in having me come speak with your students, organization, club, group, community, colleagues, employees, etc. about topics ranging from culture, diversity, inclusion, mental health, wellness, self-care, or psychology? If so, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. * * * * * * * * *Tweet, Instagram, Facebook, or email me with your ideas and feedback about the podcast. email@example.com @dramberthornton (Twitter, Facebook, IG)Listen to 'A Different Perspective' podcast on:SoundCloud- https://soundcloud.com/dramberthorntoniTunes- https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/a-different-perspective-dr-amber-thornton/id1205183788?mt=2Google Play- https://play.google.com/music/m/I5tonwxeqzyjxsvbb2aoiflx3ki?t=A_Different_Perspective__Dr_Amber_Thornton* * * * * * * * **All music produced by Joshua Thornton. Check him out at https://soundcloud.com/joshuathorntontheproducer. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #2: #37: Dr. Thornton's Self-Care Starter Pack.
Need some help with self-care? Listen as Dr. Amber Thornton shares her "Self-Care Starter Pack". Also hear her perspective on the changing gender norms and expectations that are happening in society. Do you feel ready to start a Self-Care Challenge? If so, check out Dr. Thornton's 21 Days of Self-Care Challenge at https://www.dramberthornton.com/21daysofselfcare-the-program/21daysofselfcare-the-program* * * * * * * * *Do you have a question you would like answered on ‘A Different Perspective’ podcast? If so, email your question to me at email@example.com.Are you interested in having me come speak with your students, organization, club, group, community, colleagues, employees, etc. about topics ranging from culture, diversity, inclusion, mental health, wellness, self-care, or psychology? If so, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. * * * * * * * * *Tweet, Instagram, Facebook, or email me with your ideas and feedback about the podcast. email@example.com @dramberthornton (Twitter, Facebook, IG)Listen to 'A Different Perspective' podcast on:SoundCloud- https://soundcloud.com/dramberthorntoniTunes- https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/a-different-perspective-dr-amber-thornton/id1205183788?mt=2Google Play- https://play.google.com/music/m/I5tonwxeqzyjxsvbb2aoiflx3ki?t=A_Different_Perspective__Dr_Amber_Thornton* * * * * * * * **All music produced by Joshua Thornton. Check him out at https://soundcloud.com/joshuathorntontheproducer. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org