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Everyday Black Men

Everyday Black Men

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Join Riker, R. Reed, Armstead, DJ ALL MIGHT, Sham, the Black Libertarian and The Rider as they discuss topics from the viewpoints of 7 different everyday black men. From the latest in pop culture, to black thoughts and relationship problems there is no topic too controversial. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/everyday-black-men--2988631/support.
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Black Men Can't Jump [In Hollywood]

Black Men Can't Jump [In Hollywood]

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Black Men Can't Jump [In Hollywood] is a comedic podcast that reviews films with leading actors of color and analyzes them in the context of race and Hollywood's diversity issues. Hosted by Jonathan Braylock, Jerah Milligan, and James III. BMCJ is an iTunes Editor's Choice podcast and has reached #2 on the iTunes Film/TV charts. BMCJ has also been covered by multiple websites including Huffington Post, Splitsider, Salon, The Daily Dot, and more.
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Black Men Sundays

Corie Murray

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Black Men Sunday offers professional techniques for building generational wealth and general finance tips aided by weekly guest speakers who are professionals in finance. The show is based on a live audience comprised of African American professionals learning new financial techniques.
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Can’t find media from a Black Man's perspective? This podcast brings the conversation that was meant for the barbershop but made into a podcast for your curious ears. An outlet for black men to trade notes on business, money, dating, style, health, culture, and current events. Tune in to understand What Black Men Like.
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All Black Men Need Therapy

Chief, Bell & Prentice

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Chief, Bell and Prentice unpack past and present issues that affect black men's mental health and well-being. These brothers engage in honest, vulnerable dialogue surrounding the complexities of life as black men. They are committed to helping black men self-assess and grow more comfortable having difficult conversations while encouraging them to strive daily to become the best version of themselves.
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Robert Monson, Sam Gay, and Trey Ferguson attempt to capture real life conversations that center around wrestling with God, issues within Black culture, and things in society/the world. Find out more about the work we produce and check out merch here: https://linktr.ee/threeblackmen Support Three Black Men and join our community at patreon.com/threeblackmen Connect with us at threeblackmenpodcast@gmail.com
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Each 365 Brothers episode offers a deep dive into the lives and experiences of suucessful, engaging and inspiring Black men from diverse professions. We received a 2023 "Best Podcast Episode" Webby Honor and have stayed on Feedspot's Top 100 Black Podcasts to Follow list since 2021. From electricians to venture capitalists, composers to data scientists, these guests offer a wealth of wisdom and insight. Join host Rahbin Shyne as she engages in intimate, meaningful conversations with these 36 ...
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Black Men Win

Epic Echo Productions

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Welcome to Black Men Win! Join us for intimate and insightful one-on-one interviews with remarkable Black men who have achieved success in various fields. In each episode, we sit down with a different guest to explore their personal journeys, challenges, and triumphs. Our conversations delve deep into their experiences, from professional accomplishments to personal growth, shedding light on the wisdom, resilience, and excellence that Black men bring to the world. If you're looking for empowe ...
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Hip, Hope, Hooray! Black Men Talking Health

Health, Hope, & Hip-Hop Foundation

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Yo, not to get all heavy on you, but this Podcast was born out of my personal experience as a Black man with cancer. I’ve learned a lot... sooo peep this. Black Americans carry a disproportionate cancer burden, including the highest mortality rates from most cancers, and slowest time to diagnosis of any other race. Not only are Black Americans 41% more likely to die from cancer, but they also top the charts in heart disease, diabetes, and obesity too. So, what’s shaking and taking our lives ...
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Building Bridges With Black Men

Byron Pettit and Devin Eugene Cuffee

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In this podcast, B.P. and Dev explore how to engage positively with Black men and boys. They challenge the listener to question assumptions about Black men and boys, to see them as individuals, not as stereotypes. In each episode, B.P. and Dev provide practical tips for allies of all races and ethnicities to help create spaces where Black men and boys can feel safe and supported. Join B.P. and Dev as they explore this important topic.
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The Black Men Healing Podcast features inspiring guests who will give Black men HOPE for a better future. Listen and learn how to improve your life in every area including mentally, physically, spiritually and financially.
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Welcome to our weekly group therapy session! This podcast is brought to you by a group of young black men who grew up together and all have different life experiences with relationships, family and children. They will share their experiences and opinons on various topics from a black man's perspective.
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Black Men Due Talk

blackmenduetalk

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Overdue conversations from the perspective of black men. Whether its relationships, mental health, politics, church culture, music, current events, etc... We are allowing you to join in on the discussions that a lot of people either didn’t think existed or need to be had.
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Black Men Working

Black Men Working

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The "Black Men Working" podcast is designed to highlight the hard working, everyday, Black Man in America. We will get to know him, what he does, how he does it, why he does it and so much more. Through this process we hope to establish a deeper bond between Black Men and strengthen our network and our net worth to ultimately do more good for our people. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blackmenworking/support
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This hard-hitting podcast focuses on positive black men from every area of life coming together talking about issues that affect us from education, wealth, mental health, relationships and everything in between. This podcast is for us, by us, because of us as seen through our lenses. Hosted by Roy Rob and Sean B. Because our black is regal!
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Black Men In White Coats

Dr. Dale Okorodudu

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Black Men in White Coats podcast is dedicated to telling the stories of black male clinicians. Our goal is to inspire others to pursue careers in healthcare, and to promote a positive narrative for black men overall. By allowing black male clinicians to tell their stories, we aim to touch minds and touch hearts. *Hosted and founded by Dale Okorodudu, MD.
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The Black Men Don't Cheat Podcast Just four faithful black men, discussing everything and anything under the sun. We hope to entertain as well as educate, and hopefully give you a few laughs along the way. Featuring; SD Twitter & Instagram; @ShayLTM Madz Twitter & Instagram; @MadzHalfLife Tunde Twitter & Instagram; @_GoodbyemrA Wesley Twitter; @__WesleyBD Instagram; @Wesley_BD
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My Mortality Matters: The Voices and Lives of Black Men

Dr John G. Taylor, M.Ed., LPC; Professor, Sexuality Educator, LicensedTherapist

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Black men throughout history have been subjected to acts of violence, social injustices, racism, police brutality, internalized homophobia, and discrimination. Historically, Black men have been treated less than humans by many systems designed to protect them, such as criminal justice, educational, medical, and mental health. This podcast will focus on the lived experiences of Black men by exploring racism, discrimination, sexuality, and relationships. The voices of Black men will be amplifi ...
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Two black men talk about the world and the relationships we have with women, people, and the society in which we live. We approach each topic with a great deal of respect and unapologetic in the direction the conversation takes. We are fair, honest, unmuted, and unplugged. Over the years, men (especially black and brown men) have had our reputations dragged through the mud. While some of the disrespect is well deserved, there are times it's misdirected. This misdirected anger and/or bitterne ...
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Black Disabled Men Talk Podcast

Black Disabled Men Talk

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Black Disabled Men Talk is a podcast where four black men discuss precinct social and political issues of the day. The four black men on this podcast are Leroy Moore, Keith Jones, Lateef McLeod, and Ottis Smith. Their bios are as followed below: Leroy F. Moore Jr., Founder of the Krip-Hop Nation. Since the 1990s, has written the column "Illin-N-Chillin" for POOR Magazine. Moore is one of the founding member of National Black Disability and activist around police brutality against people with ...
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This podcast stemmed from the observing the lack of knowledge about mental health in the black community. The stigma about therapy and the lack of empathy about mental illnesses in the black community. There will be various topics that will resonate with most of you! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/SilentSymptomsPodcast/support
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This podcast explores the justification for reparations examined through a trauma-informed lens. In the debate regarding reparations, very little talk is centered on the psychological and emotional effects of trauma, especially intergenerational trauma, This podcast illuminates and educates based on new and evolving evidence, about the long-term effects of trauma. Trauma is a universal phenomenon and therefore everyone can benefit from listening to this podcast,
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Hi, I’m Vincent McMahon. I'm a Strategy Consultant, Change Mentor and Author. I'm is passionate about helping men in their life who are lost, tired or struggling by transitioning them into becoming Black Knights (3rd stage consciousness) in their personal or professional life so they feel fulfilled, energised and connected to their joy. With an MBA in Healthcare Management from the Royal College of Surgeons, I have run a successful consulting business for over 30 years. 15 years ago my focus ...
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This podcast is about all things mentally, physically, and spiritually well. It is about raising the level of awareness in the community around the stigma of mental illness. It is about having a place to come to learn new skills and strategies to improve your overall well-being. It is about being and staying informed on how what goes on in our society affects our well-being and what we can do to stop it. This podcast does not replace a relationship with a licensed mental health practitioner. ...
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Tune in for the first installment of this unfiltered segment, "Real Shit from Willie P." On this edition, Willie P gives his take on the Chris Brown meet-and-greet pictures that have been circulating the internet. This is not for the faint of heart or politically correct. This is What Black Men Like! Tap In! **Join Our Facebook Group** https://www.…
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Send us a Text Message. Chief, Bell and Prentice discuss the positives and negatives of being in your comfort zone. Is it a trauma response to finding discomfort in your comfort zone or is your comfort zone what you should be aiming for? The conversation has several interesting turns that will make you question your current situation. Support the S…
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This week, James, Jerah, and Jon are covering Babes, directed by Pamela Adlon, written by Ilana Glazer and Josh Rabinowitz, starring Ilana Glazer, Michelle Buteau, John Carroll Lynch, Oliver Platt, Sandra Bernhard, Stephan James, and Hasan Minhaj. Together, they cover their connections to the cast and creators, how well the film captures New York, …
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Multiple Myeloma ain't no joke, Black folks! A cancer of the bone marrow plasma cells, Myeloma is called “multiple” because there are frequently multiple patches or areas in bone marrow where it grows. In this episode, four men (three black and one white) come together to discuss the challenges they faced with delayed diagnosis of multiple myeloma …
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We speak with Jennifer McNeil, a CEO & Founder of Maven Leadership Solutions, a Senior Senior Mortgage Broker and former Senior Underwriting Manager. We discuss the Do's and Don'ts of Residential, Investment, and Commercial Properties once you are in the underwriting stages to help you close on your property. We also discuss the cities you want to …
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Dr. Fitzroy Dawkins is a Medical Oncologist with over 30 years of experience teaching at Howard University College of Medicine. Throughout his career, he's conducted research in oncology and advocated for clinical trials as a biotech executive. His book Fighting For Survival: Conquering Cancer And The African American Patient provides a roadmap for…
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Ameer Natson wears several hats. He is a chef, humanitarian, entrepreneur, faith leader and counselor. He is the founder of Become Creative Agency, a full-service creative and marketing agency that hires local talent from inner-city communities. He is also the founder of Fresh Chef Foundation, an organization that transforms lives through food. The…
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In the latest episode of "Everyday Black Men," the hosts continue their lively and candid discussions from "Free Chopsticks, Stolen Ketchup, and Konsole Konflicts!" Reed opens the episode by declaring the MCU dead, blaming Disney for ruining it. The Black Libertarian shares his discomfort about being the only black person in professional settings, …
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This episode is a mashup of a Black Coffee and Theology episode with Rob and Rose J Percy as well as an episode of the New Living Treyslation. Enjoy! To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do that via Pay…
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Mr. No Cap, Willie P and Brittney Burna are joined by (Poet/Author) Reign and relationship coach Michale Taylor for an in-depth discussion on the “Soft Girl Era.” Topics discussed include authentic masculinity, modern dating practices and women “shooting their shot” at men. What does it mean to be a “Soft Girl”? Should men allow women to pay for da…
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Send us a Text Message. Chief, and Prentice tap into the log avoided conversation about the difficulties of coparenting. Both acknowledge their inability to step beyond surface level with this particular topic. The conversation raises the awareness of seeking validation from the other parent and not necessarily giving themselves the grace/praise de…
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This week, James, Jerah, and Jon are covering Bad Boys: Ride or Die, directed by Adil & Bilall, written by Chris Bremner and Will Beall, starring Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Vanessa Hudgens, Alexander Ludwig, Paola Nuñez, Eric Dane, Ioan Gruffudd, Jacob Scipio, Melanie Liburd, Rhea Seehorn, Tasha Smith, Tiffany Hadish, and Joe Pantoliano. Together…
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We speak with Tiffany Y-esha Griffin, the founder of the ACE Network, a television network aimed at giving the authenticity of African-American topics to our viewers. We discuss the financial determination needed to successfully start a television network and the costs that you need to consider before taking this journey. We discuss her business pl…
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Send us a Text Message. Chief, Bell and Prentice have a discussion around the growth and restraints that come with time. Once people reach a certain age, there are certain components of life that they are no longer able to deal with. This is an interesting conversation for those of all ages. Support the Show. https://www.abmnt.com…
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This week, Jerah and Jon are joined by comedian Teruko Nakajima (Made in America) to cover Godzilla Minus One, written and directed by Takashi Yamazaki, starring Ryunosuke Kamiki, Minami Hamabe, Yuki Yamada, Munetaka Aoki, Hidetaka Yoshioka, Sakura Ando, and Kuranosuke Sasaki. Together, they cover which Godzilla movies they've seen, which Godzilla …
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We speak with celebrity credit guru James Hunt about how repairing your credit can be an asset to building wealth. We discuss how he went from being homeless to helping fix credit of A-list celebrities. He also gives major tips on repairing your credit. Big show! Black Men Sundays is ranked #29 of the top 80 Black Wealth Podcasts on https://podcast…
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Send us a Text Message. Chief, Bell and Prentice sit with Senior Sales Director and Financial Analyst Sean Bennett. The topic is money. Are you saving? Do you consider generational wealth? Are you prepared for retirement? The conversation moves in several directions and the fellas are empowered to learn more about money management. Another great ep…
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Mr. No Cap, Willie P and Brittney Burna are back for Season 4!! They are joined by (Author) Jazzy and Drae from the “Think A Mill Podcast” for an entertaining and informative discussion on the concept of “Independent Men.” Topics discussed include Diddy, Katt Williams, Entertainment Wars, Political Wars and Gender Wars. Did the viral Katt Williams …
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This week, James, Jerah, and Jon are covering Madame Web, directed by S.J. Clarkson, written by Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless, Claire Parker, and S.J. Clarkson, story by Kerem Sanga, Matt Sazama, and Burke Sharpless, starring Dakota Johnson, Sydney Sweeney, Isabela Merced, Celeste O'Connor, Tahar Rahim, Mike Epps, Emma Roberts, and Adam Scott. Togeth…
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In the four year's since George Floyd's murder we've seen some progress in how policing is done in the United States. The issues underlying the disparate treatment of Black men by police are complex and entrenched. This episode is a newly edited reworking of prior episodes that focused on various guests responses to questions related to experiences…
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Yo, not to get all heavy on you, but this podcast was born out of my personal experience as a "Black man with cancer." I've learned a lot... sooo peep this. When it comes to most types of cancer, Black people have the highest death rate and shortest survival of any ethnic group in the United States. I got wind of this fact AFTER being diagnosed wit…
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In this episode we tackle the issue of nutrition and the importance of speaking to a nutritionist with licensed dietitian Gregory Lafortune. At the age of 11, he was told that he had Type 1 Diabetes. He truly hated this reality and battled it daily. He had two options to choose from: 1) Make excuses & let this diagnosis ruin his life or 2) Take con…
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We speak with Jude Wilson, a Certified Wealth Strategist and owner of Centrus Financial Strategies. We ask him specifically about selecting the right financial advisor/planner for your specific needs. He gives the wording that if you hear An advisor use these terms, Run! We discuss how to retire with the lifestyle you are currently living, and the …
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Send us a Text Message. Chief, Bell and Prentice sit with Idalia Crespo LPC, NCC, a Latina therapist and discuss her journey to her new practice and the struggles endured along the way. The conversation gets interesting as Chief gets a mini diagnosis from Idalia. This is one conversation that will have you self-reflecting and planning an even bette…
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In this episode Robert and Trey sit down to discuss where they are at mentally in this season of life. To support the work that we do here and join the conversation, please visit our Patreon: ⁠patreon.com/threeblackmen⁠ If you'd like to support us financially outside of Patreon, you can do that via Paypal: threeblackmenpodcast@gmail.com.…
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This week, James, Jerah, and Jon are covering The American Society of Magical Negroes, written and directed by Kobi Libii, starring Justice Smith, David Alan Grier, and An-Li Bogan. Together, they cover the first time they heard of the trope of the Magical Negro, the Black Eyed Peas both pre and post Fergie, all before Bray makes a big transition t…
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Rickard Jean-Noel is a Fordham University trained Social Worker. He is dedicated to providing social and emotional support services to diverse communities throughout the greater New York City area. His psychotherapeutic work has been mainly with adolescents and young adults, particularly those in minority communities suffering with anxiety, depress…
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