Great dialogue on the topic of being Black in corporate America. We were joined by two amazing sisters - Francisca French (marketing professional) and Queen Imani (banking manager)!
We talk about some of the struggle and disappointment with ha
After a brief sabbatical, we're back at it! Wide ranging conversation this month, but - per usual - a WHOLE LOT OF GAME!!
Matt (@ManOfCulture) shared details on a road trip he took recently. He started in Memphis, TN, then went to Kansas City
PARDON THE 4 MIN INTRO! Shout out the c/o 2017! We're back from our sabbatical, just in time for graduation!
This month, our guests are three young ladies fresh off the commencement stage and one embarking on her grad school journey! Amra Mar
In honor of Women's History Month, our March '17 episode is dedicated to the sisters in our lives, and all the women that don't get the appreciation that they deserve! We spent time discussing what the women in our lives mean to us, and the sig
A few good arguments and battles, and a DYNAMIC panel discussion! Fiery convo (including) assimilation and the constant challenge of students and educators fighting to maintain self. We were joined by an amazing panel of educators:
ANOTHER ONE!! We were very fortunate to have sister Natasha Helwig, founder of www.brokenheals.com as our guest host. Natasha is an author and entrepreneur from Toronto, Canada by way of Jamaica (peep the accent)!
We covered ALOT on the show,
GREAT convo with communications activist, blogger and entrepreneur Courtney Winfrey of "The CW Project." She shares her journey from a gossip blogger to building a platform dedicated to the beauty and power that black people have - especially
KEYES OPEN DOORS! Honored to have our dear sister Jazz Keyes as a guest host this month! Jazz is a regular contributer to www.jetmag.com's relationship blog, a clinical therapist and a certified life coach! We talked black love as well as elect
RAJU = a king w/o a kindom
a different race inside of yours?? consumerism, class-ism
"Me being black is like the light bill coming every month, it just is!"
RIP Alton Sterling, Philando Castille, Dallas & Baton Rouge Police
Sorry for the 5 Min Intro
We took 48 kids on a college tour
Is free college worth it?
You cant build wealth by buying stuff
Kobe is a killer, LeBron isn't
#DubNation 73-9 - is Steph a "hooper" or a shooter?
Dwight Howard's shoes should be affo