A sonic journey across New America that Illuminates Black Voices. Celebrating new conversations on wellness, entertainment, wealth, family and more.
A Journey of Juneteenth f. Sam Collins III
19:50In this country, the history of Juneteenth is skewed, one-sided, and incomplete.For this year's Juneteenth special, we're having an intergenerational conversation with Professor Juneteenth Sam Collins to unveil the hidden history of this newly nationally-recognized holiday. Listen now as we find the missing pieces of the puzzle, illuminate the stories of our unsung heroes, and celebrate our resilience.Resources:Juneteenth Legacy ProjectNia Cultural CenterUnited States Color TroopsGalveston Historical FoundationAfrican American Civil War Museum
Safe Spaces for Black Men f. Mike Hill & Kier Gaines
19:53For our Black men that carry the weight of the world on their shoulders and don't have the space to feel vulnerable, this one is for you.In our Season 3 finale, TV Host & Author Mike Hill, and Therapist & Content Creator, Kier Gaines, share what safe spaces can look like, the importance of therapy, and how our community can support Black men as they heal.Resources:Therapy for Black MenJust Heal Bro TourWalkGoodLAVerywell Mind
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Black Futures and Beyond f. Mumu Fresh & Hannah Beachler
19:46Our current realities inspire us to dream of a future where Black people are seen, honored, and celebrated in our humanity and for our gifts. In other words, Afrofuturism.This week, award-winning production designer Hannah Beachler & Grammy Award-nominated artist Mumu Fresh share how our imaginations bring us closer to this dream, and how artistry open doors of possibilities.
Building Communities to Last f. E. Buckles, Chike Ozah & Kimberly Dowdell
19:41Climate change is no joke, but that doesn't mean there's no hope.Kimberly Dowdell, Edward Buckles & Chike Ozah share concrete disaster preparedness tips we can use to stay ready, and share their thoughts on what our institutions should do to protect those without the means to protect themselves.Resources:Katrina Babies DocumentaryHurricane Preparedness ResourcesSocial Economic Empowerment Design (SEED) Network
House Hacking Ingenuity f. Carmeon Hamilton & Jewel Pearson
19:52These days, everything costs too much. And as the cost of living goes up, more people are looking for creative ways to keep more money in their pockets.Jewel Pearson and Carmeon Hamilton join us on this episode to talk about how DIYing and tiny homes allow us to reimagine where we live, so we can transform them into spaces we love.Resources:Tiny House TrailblazersThe Bohemian BrandWork With Carmeon
The Creator Culture f. Angela Yee & Rhonda X
19:56Owning a business has learning curves. But when a person becomes their own brand, it's a whole new ballgame.This week, Angela Yee and Rhonda X share business tips for Black creators, how they can stay ready for the future of social media, and the importance of giving them their flowers. Resources:RXVR BrandsNYC Small Business ServicesMastercard Small Business City
Black Love f. Jannah Handy + Kiyanna Stewart & Brittany + Reggie Cunningham
19:39Black love is so much more than affection. It's rebellion, tenacity, and the seeds for joy like no other.This week, Jannah Handy & Kiyanna Stewart from BLK MKT VINTAGE, and Brittany Packnett-Cunningham & Reggie Cunningham join us to talk about the different kinds of Black love, its thriving existence, and more. Resources:Couples Therapist DirectoryTherapy for Black MenTherapy for Black Girls
The Crossroads of Career and Parenthood f. Tina Meeks & Erica Campbell
19:53While juggling career and parenthood may be easy for some, for others it’s a constant push and pull.In this episode, guests share how their personal needs shaped their choices, the different roles in parenting dynamics, and how our decisions leave lasting effects on our families. Resources:Her Life Sparkles BlogGet Up Mornings with Erica Campbell
Legacy in the Making f. DJ Envy & Dr. DeForest Soaries
19:49Building generational wealth and a family legacy is a need for our community. In this week's episode, we chat with DJ Envy and Dr. DeForest Soaries about what our ancestors did to get us where we are today. And what our efforts now will accomplish for future generations to come. Resources:DFree Online Academy - https://academy.dfreefoundation.org/Real Life, Real Love: Life Lessons on Joy, Pain & the Magic That Holds Us Together by DJ Envy + Gia Casey - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1419752782Other Money Podcasts:Earn Your LeisureBrown Ambition PodcastBlack Tech, Green Money
Fueling our Futures f. David Banner & Cari Champion
19:46HBCUs are a catalyst for our community's progress, and drive us toward positive change.Tune-in as we chat with journalist and TV host Cari Champion and rapper and activist David Banner about the influence of HBCUs, and how they still empower our community.Resources: NNPA, Chevy's "Discovery the Unexpected" Program - https://www.nnpa.org/chevydtu/Brown Girls Dream Foundation - https://www.browngirlsdream.org/