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Mark Nepo Chats with Oprah on Her Podcast

Best- selling author Mark Nepo sits and chats with Oprah about his battle with cancer and how it led to a spiritual awakening. This conversation...

The New York Times’ Popcast Discuss The Grammy Nominations

The 2019 Grammy nominations are out. And The New York Times' Popcast released a bonus episode. On this episode of Popcast, host Jon Caramanica talks...

New Podcast About Historical Deaths: Assassinations

Are you interested in learning about assassinations in history? Love examining what lead to the event and the motive behind it? Well, Assassinations with...

NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour Podcast Discuss What Makes a Hallmark Holiday Movie Great

'Tis the season to binge watch all the holiday movies you can. But which ones are worth the binge? Well on this episode of Pop...

The Spike On The Mic Show

This episode, featuring our lovely and talented core players, begins with Spike hearing strange voices. After some controversy concerning our “Peabody Award“, Spike compares us to “a kid on the toilet“. The first topic is the story of a school teacher named “Woodwerf” with 16 years on the job, being fired because an angry law enforcement officer revealed her former profession to school officials that already knew about it. Confused?

Necessary Blackness

This week, Necessary Blackness Podcast sit down with 4 distinguish female authors (Nia Sade’ Walker, Naomi H. Bradley M.Ed, Akua Agusi and Candace D. Henry). We seek to highlight authors who are committed to inspiring and empowering the next generation of leaders.

Necessary Blackness

Necessary Blackness is a widely popular podcast by award winning journalist/filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz. Necessary Blackness reaches over 10,000 people weekly and is for those who are unapologetic in showing their appreciation and love for Black culture and people. The podcast is informative and tackles a range of subjects, with a concern for social justice and alternative news.

Pennies from Kevin “Losing the Wait”

There are times when we carry extra "wait" not just in the physical form but the mental and psychological form. What's the best way to lose the wait? Listen to this motivational podcast to find out.