Amazing Grace (A Ratchet & Respectable Classic)
1 hr 29 min

Terry Crews is in bad black standing. Again. Meghan McCain joins Karen culture; Candace Owens is a political “pick me”; George Floyd is finally laid to rest; The Occupant is planning a speech on race in America; “Defund the Police” doesn’t mean what a lot of people think it does; and Demi interviews her dad about fathers (and more). Also: #blacklivesmatter

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The Friend Zone
The Friend Zone
Loud Speakers Network
A Good Time Girl
This week on #TheFriendZone, it’s a shoot the shit episode. No hot button. No segments. Brace yourself. Thank you to our Sponsors: Sanvello - Tis the season to be jolly? …for who exactly? If the “most wonderful time of year” actually feels like the most stressful, Sanvello can help. Sanvello has everything you need to manage stress and feel better, all in one app, including teletherapy, coaching, self-care tools, and a community that gets it. Get free premium and coaching for 2 weeks by visiting Sanvello. A place to feel better. Wondery’s Jacked: The Rise of the New Jack Sound - The New Jack Swing Sound. You know the songs. Bobby Brown’s “My Prerogative,” Bell Biv Devoe’s “Poison,” Blackstreet’s “No Diggity.” It wasn’t just hit songs, it became a movement that took over music, culture, and style. Wondery and Universal Music Group present Jacked: Rise of the New Jack Sound, hosted by Taraji P. Henson. Jacked tells the story of a group of young musicians from Harlem with a dream to change the world. They used their unique talents to create a revolutionary sound in music, New Jack Swing. Go behind the scenes, and into the recording studio with the movement’s most famous artists as they create groundbreaking songs and forever change American culture. Subscribe to Jacked: Rise of the New Jack Sound on Apple Podcasts. Join Wondery plus in the Wondery App to listen, ad free, right now. Wondery - Feel the Story. Honey - Imagine this: You make a list of the gifts you’re gonna buy for the holidays. And then, someone randomly gives you the money to help buy one. Sound good? Well that’s what Honey is doing - they’re helping pay for ONE MILLION dollars worth of gifts! You’re probably wondering…is this the same Honey that automatically searches for promo codes online? YES, yes it is! With Honey, you can also make a list of all the holiday gifts you want from certain stores, and Honey will email you when the price drops on anything on your list. Just add Honey to your computer, create a free account, and throw some holiday gifts on your Droplist for a chance to win. Honey will randomly select winners and give them the money to help buy something on their list! No purchase necessary. You need a PayPal account to redeem the prize. Only valid in the U.S. Giveaway ends December 21, 2020. Get Honey for free at Native - With the holiday season right around the corner, it’s time to indulge in the sights and sounds and scents of the season. So update your Native collection with their Candy Cane holiday scent, the perfect addition to your daily routine this holiday season. Native deodorants don’t just block odor better, they’re made better, with ingredients you’ve heard of like coconut oil and shea butter. It’s also vegan, and never tested on animals. Native never uses potentially harmful ingredients like aluminum, parabens, sulfates or talc. Their Candy Cane Gift Set makes the perfect gift option, and all Native products are great stocking stuffers for everyone on your list! Native is risk-free to try – every product comes with free shipping within the U.S. PLUS free 30 day returns and exchanges. See why so many people love Native and check out the over 14,000 5-star reviews. Give the gift of Native by going to, or use promo code FRIEND at checkout, and get twenty percent off your first order. Follow us online: Twitter - Facebook - Have a GREAT day!
1 hr 37 min
A Little Juju Podcast
A Little Juju Podcast
Ep. 58 Surrender to the Orisa (w/ @BrujaBanton)
Hoodoo Hussy Conjure Enterprises provides spiritual care using plant medicine and African American traditional religious practices. Owner and CEO, Hoodoo Hussy, makes all of her offerings herself, and many of them using plants from her urban garden. She sells an array of spiritual products such as condition oils, cleansing water, incense, spiritual bath, and floor wash. To learn more, please visit her website at Use code 'FREESHIPALJ' for free shipping on your order over $50. That’s IG:@hoodoohussy Podcast Intro Beat:  IG: @Nihlis Audio Engineer: Kobe Guilford @Kobewtheshot In this episode of A Little Juju Podcast Juju interviews Iya Osudara @brujabanton aka the spiritual bath lady! Iya really breaks down all the initiation, Isese, and spirituality questions you’ve been wondering about (especially the ones that come up on Spiritual twitter). We talk transitioning from Christianity to Orisha tradition as a first generation Jamaican, the power of surrendering to the journey to get your blessings, and why she doesn’t like love readings! Connect with Iya Osundara IG: @_brujabanton Twitter: @brujabanton Website: Sign up for Hoodoo 101 with Juju Donations Make a Monthly donation of $3 or more to A Little Juju Podcast Paypal: Cash app: $itsjujubae Venmo: itsjujubae Hit me up on my site for bookings, media, and site contact! Social media FB: jujubae twitter/ig: itsjujubae Ig:alittlejujupodcast Youtube :
1 hr 28 min
Balanced Black Girl
Balanced Black Girl
Balanced Black Girl
80 | Healthy Coping Mechanisms for 2020 and Beyond with Tiffany Wright
Today, we’re talking to Tiffany Wright, a mental health professional, author, speaker, and wellness consultant based in Inglewood, CA. She obtained a BA in Sociology and BA in Psychology from the University of California Davis and her Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University in New York City. Tiffany is known for her clinical work that focuses on trauma, grief, esteem, relationships and eating disorders. Her areas of expertise are creating culturally relevant healing spaces, trauma-informed care and leadership, tools for self-care, historic and intergenerational trauma, and grief & loss. Over the years, Tiffany has facilitated healing, educational and professional workshops, seminars, training, and events for universities, high schools, social service agencies, and community members in the US and abroad around the topics of empowerment, wellness, trauma, and mental health. Currently, Tiffany is enhancing the lives of millennials and future generations by providing tools and resources that develop a deep practice of self-love and understanding of mental health. In this episode, we talk about… * Navigating your personal transformation. * Finding positive ways to cope with life stressors. * How to find the answers we’re looking for within ourselves. * The importance of supporting our strong friends and helpers. Resources: * Get on the waitlist for the Balanced Black Girl membership community * Check out Tiffany’s books The 5 Commandments of Self-Love, and Be Love: Daily Intentions Guiding You to Self-Love * Visit Tiffany’s platform The Be Life * Follow Tiffany on Instagram @tiffinspires * Listen to Tiffany’s podcast The Shift Is Real Discount Codes: * Organifi | Use the code BBG for 15% off Organifi supplements * Peak and Valley | Use the discount code balancedblackgirl for $5 off your order of adaptogen blends If you like this episode, please leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Keep in touch with Les on Instagram @balancedles, follow the show @balancedblackgirlpodcast. PS: If you really want to take your year to the next level, snag our free glow-up guide. This free guide has everything you need to implement a self-care practice that works. You’ll get daily journal worksheets, inspiring quotes, affirmations, and a bonus workout. Get the guide HERE.
1 hr 8 min
Tea with Queen and J.
Tea with Queen and J.
Tea with Queen and J.
#272 The Forty Year Old Version
Queen & J. are two womanist race nerds talking liberation, politics, and pop-culture over tea. Drink up! On this episode… Grown ass women on film, our homegirl Lacresha Berry joins us as we review the Netflix film 40 year old version, talk about the politics of being grown with no kids (there are politics, we promise!) Black New York, sex and mad other sh!t. This week’s hotlist - Afro’s and Audio festival was lit. That 30 for 30 list is complete trash. Big Toni Morrison energy, Posse scholarships, struggle porn, Charm City Kings and Black New York in black and white. From hiphop to headwraps, and everything in between. Creative gatekeepers, the MTA, teenagers shooting their shot, and much much more... SPONSOR Good Neighbor 855-355-7001 EPISODE TIMESTAMPS Libations: 5:06 Donation libations: 8:52 Affirmations: 11:05 The Forty Year Old Version: 15:16 Sh!t we liked 20:40 Sh!t we thought was meh 45:07 Is 30 under 30 toxic? 58:52 Dealing with parents & mortality 1:07:44 Happily single and childless but then… 1:13:44 Dating 1:23:30 Toxic white rooms 1:25:51 Black Trauma Porn & media 1:37:08 Grown and trying new sh!t 1:44:28 Tweet us while you listen! #teawithqj @teawithqj and add #podin on twitter to help others discover Tea with Queen and J. podcast! Link up with Berry on the socials and check out her website: Website Facebook: Youtube: Twitter: Instagram: TikTok: OUR WEBSITE SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: Tumblr: EMAIL & SPONSOR INQUIRIES DONATE OR Where to Donate Your Money and Time to Help Protestors: How to continue support for the #EndSARS movement in Nigeria Queen’s Amazon wishlist: J.’s Amazon wishlist: Send us snail mail: Tea with Queen and J. P.O. Box 1617 229 East 85th Street New York, NY 10028 NOTES & EXTRA TEA Follow Afros and Audio on instagram Listen to Radha Blank explain why she decided on a black and white movie on Raging Gracefully podcast. Convo begins at the 22:25 mark: This week’s hashtag: #40YearOldVersion #FYOV #FortyYearOldVersion This week’s closing clip features Rahda Blank's rapping debut in The 40 Year Old Version This episode was created, hosted and produced by Naima Lewis Muhammad & Janicia Francis Libations to our friend’s Domingo, Tokunbo, and D. Sindayiganza who help keep this show running by paying and supporting Black women. Opening song by Ohene Cornelius Segment music by Chad Milner
1 hr 57 min
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