Get some voices of color in your ears.
A riveting storytelling podcast hosted by a black man who was raised in a white supremacist Jesus cult in rural Michigan. Intrigued? Of course you are. It's "storytelling with a beat."
Because black history doesn’t start with slavery, host Nashad Carrington is working to highlight the incredible characters who have shaped black identity throughout history. Each podcast highlights an influential person and tells the story of his or her life. “There is a great deal of Black American /African history that has been skipped, omitted, or untold through the course of time.”
A weekly interview with an amazing black web designer, graphic designer, or web developer highlighting some color in the coding community. Each episode reveals “the stories, processes, experiences, insights, and creative inspirations of these awesome creators.”
“If you have geeky tendencies that you can't fully express at work, this podcast is for you! Agent Jackson and JP Fairfield rant about job experiences and celebrate their geeky selves”
The mission is to provide “a more realistic depiction of black women in the many spaces they occupy..." And now they have a podcast where they talk "to guests about the topics that matter most to black professional women and mothers, from work-life balance to self-care to childbearing and everything in between.”
“A bi-monthly conversation on all things wellness, self-care and self-love, hosted by Black Girl In Om Founder and Creative Director Lauren Ash and Art Director Zakkiyyah Najeebah. Featuring a kaleidoscope of guests—from the leading wellness thought leaders, chefs, yoginis, innovators, and more—this show speaks directly from women of color to women of color to uplift and affirm.”
Funny/ Pop Culture:
We can’t describe it better than this: “Phoebe Robinson and Jessica Williams are funny. They're black. They're BFFs. And they host a live comedy show in Brooklyn. Join the 2 Dope Queens, along with their favorite comedians, for stories about sex, romance, race, hair journeys, living in New York, and Billy Joel. Plus a whole bunch of other s**t.”
Heaven and Tracy get drunk on air and talk about … well everything.
Here’s a little taste of their awesome dynamic, and a major bonus, as they recreate the infamous Sandra Lee “Kwanza Cake.”
Want more? Here’s a giant directory of podcasts made by people of color.
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