Still Processing
Still Processing
Apr 23, 2020
Halle Berry? Hallelujah.
Play episode · 1 hr 45 min

We’re trying something new this week. We want you to watch a movie with us, and not just any movie, but the 2004 superhero bomb “Catwoman,” starring two of our favorites: Halle Berry and Sharon Stone. We’ve got fun facts, some questions and a little bit of, um, cattiness.

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Black History Year
Black History Year
Limina House, PushBlack
The Power of the Black Voter with Nse Ufot
Welcome to Season 2 of Black History Year. In everything we do at PushBlack, we’re always asking, “How do we work together to make things better for Black people?” In this season of the Black History Year podcast, we’re stepping to that challenge in an even bigger way. We have episodes that’ll open eyes to new ideas about reparations, criminal justice reform, and the ways Black cooperative economics can help us strengthen our communities and build wealth. And we’re gonna reconnect to the beautiful parts of our culture found in our food and spiritual practices. 12 episodes. Twice as much Black History as our first season! So make sure you tell your people that we’re back and let’s get to it. In our season kick-off, we're sitting down with the amazing Nse Ufot, the executive director of the New Georgia Project, where she’s working to get eligible voters registered and participating in our democracy. We know there is A LOT going on around voting rights. Nse is _exactly_ the right person to get us focused on what’s important. It was a great conversation and we're really happy to have her with us to kick off season two. This podcast is produced by PushBlack, the nation’s largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack exists because we saw we had to take this into our own hands. _You_ make PushBlack happen with your contributions at Black History Year dot com. Most people do 5 or 10 bucks a month, but everything makes a difference. Thanks for supporting the work. Special thanks to Detroit’s Motor City Woman Studio and Andrea Daniel. The Black History Year production team includes: Tareq Alani, Patrick Sanders, Cydney Smith, William Anderson, Jareyah Bradley, Brooke Brown, Shonda Buchanan, Eskedar Getahun, Leslie Taylor-Grover, Abeni Jones, and Akua Tay. For Limina House, our producers are Jessica Rugh Frantz and Sasha Kai Parker, who also edits the podcast. Black History Year’s Executive Producers are Julian Walker for PushBlack and Mikel Ellcessor for Limina House. _Useful links:_ The New Georiga Project Georgia My Voter Page
47 min
GirlTrek's Black History Bootcamp
GirlTrek's Black History Bootcamp
Morgan Dixon + Vanessa Garrison
Day 11: Thomas Dorsey
Precious Lord, take my hand. Be with me this week as I walk in my purpose. Show me where I’ve lost expectancy. Deal with the places in my life where I’ve settled, gotten off track, or completely lost my way. Help me to trust your promises. Teach me to walk with wisdom and discernment. I am an heir. Teach me to act like one, pray like one, and believe like one. Give me holy gumption. Give me the presence of mind to be a witness through all of my words and actions. Let me never be blinded by the limitations of my physical circumstances. Help me to see beyond. Put a song in my heart as I walk through the day, welcoming and receiving with open arms the goodness that I know you have in store for me.   *Spiritual Warrior of the Day:* “There is no music like that music, no drama like the drama of the saints rejoicing, the sinners moaning, the tambourines racing, and all those voices coming together and crying holy unto the Lord. I have never seen anything to equal the fire and excitement that sometimes without warning, fills a church, causing the church … to rock. – James Baldwin This is a story about the father of gospel music. This is a story about a man who carried the rhythm and blues of southern pain all the way north to Chicago and combined it with the scripture of God to create a new sound that would express the joys and sorrows, hopes and despairs, and most of all - the collective faith -  of Black people. This is a celebration of the spiritual warrior, Thomas Dorsey. Thomas Dorsey introduced the world to a new genre of music that would forever play as the soundtrack to the worship experience of Black people. His legendary life included authoring one of the most celebrated songs in the history of music, Precious Lord, written after losing both his wife and newborn son during childbirth. In that dark moment, this man called out to God in anger and God answered back, pouring into him a love song that would forever soothe the world. That’s how powerfully God can transform your pain into purpose. Today’s walk will be a timely reminder for anyone who had forgotten. You might be in your darkest hour right now, but Thomas Dorsey’s story teaches us to keep holding on. There is life after death and in each day, always, a possibility of goodness. Come get everything that you need today. We will be on the virtual sidewalk ready to walk and talk it all out. Join GirlTrek’s Black History Bootcamp - The Prayer Edition at blackhistorybootcamp.com to receive specially curated emails with prayers, survival tips, speeches + dedicated songs to listen to for each episode. Together we will discover the stories of 21 spiritual warriors. Disclaimer: We do not own the rights to the music played during this broadcast. Original content can be found here: He Brought Us - Delois Barrett Campbell and the Barrett Sisters: https://open.spotify.com/track/03xqTwXIQ8l1dhFK9GmbUQ?si=KJ-g77Y0R12H1L915ExerQ Precious Lord - Thomas A Dorsey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlmCflPD2s8 Precious Lord - Aretha Franklin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpFq9gxBxhk
56 min
A Little Juju Podcast
A Little Juju Podcast
Juju
Ep. 56 Speak with the Elders (ft. Aunt Myrtle)
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 www.hoodoohussy.com. Use code 'FREESHIPALJ' for free shipping on your order over $50. That’s www.hoodoohussy.com. IG:@hoodoohussy Podcast Intro Beat: IG: @Nihlis Audio Engineer: Kobe Guilford @Kobewtheshot In this episode of A Little Juju Podcast Juju shares an interview with her beloved 91 year old great auntie Myrtle. She is the family griot, the holder of truth, and the one who inspires so much of my work as a Hoodoo. I learned some powerful family history and stories (right alongside you) in this interview. We talked about being descended from greatness and the resilience we can all pull from our ancestors, regardless of our religious beliefs (cause she is a devout Christian ya’ll). So excited to share some family gems and sage wisdom with you all. Sign up for Hoodoo 101 with Juju: https://t.co/y9I0M2tBjP?amp=1 #EndSars Links and Articles: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-54589359 https://www.globalcitizen.org/en/content/ways-to-support-endsars-nigeria-around-the-world/ https://feministcoalition2020.com/ https://thecorrespondent.com/754/end-sars/99813728300-43e5e3cf Gullah Geeechee Articles: https://www.islandpacket.com/news/local/article245917760.html https://www.heirsproperty.org/protect-your-land/ https://www.gofundme.com/f/gullahgeechee-land-legacy-fund?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet Donations Make a Monthly donation of $3 or more to A Little Juju Podcast www.patreon.com/jujubae One time donation Paypal: thejujubae@gmail.com Cash app: $itsjujubae Venmo: itsjujubae Hit me up on my site for bookings, media, and site contact! www.itjsjujubae.com
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