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Black People Love Paramore

Sequoia Holmes

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A humorous podcast about the seemingly random, underrepresented interests of different niches of Black people! Episode topics include Paramore, anime, astrology, Tony Hawk, UNO and more. We hope to help Black people feel *scene*... get it? New episodes every other Thursday. Hosted by Sequoia Holmes. Theme song by prod.joelteon. Cover artwork by Pedro Fequiere.
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We the (Black) People

Brooklyn J-Flow

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Black History is American History, yet it often isn't treated that way. Join me in discussions about this misunderstood and ignored history with experts and friends. If you believe that America cannot address its present and move forward without understanding its history and Black people's role in it, you've found the right podcast! New episodes every 15th (and sometimes) 30th! Website: https://wetheblackpeople.captivate.fm/
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Three Angry Black People

Big Rob, Chris, & Lorenzo

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Tune in for a show that’s unapologetic with absolutely no filter. Join Chris, Big Rob, and Lorenzo as they discuss everything day to day life, the latest news making its way around the interwebs, or squabbling over random bull$hit (usually Rob’s fault). Whether you’re chilling at home or on the road, you won’t wanna miss a single episode of Three Angry Black People. It’s a whole vibe you never knew you needed, kinda like celebrities when they finally hire a social media manager.
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OutRaged Black People

Prettyladyparis

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Outraged Black People is a podcast that focuses on breaking American stereotypes of minorities especially young brown people. Outraged Black People promotes positive vibes and ways to change the thinking of people in the urban community. Outraged Black People works on getting inclusion of all ethnicities in all cities. We are fighting back again racism and police brutality. We promote black excellence and give resources to those in need. Tune in and stay woke! Love thy brother and sister! Re ...
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Can Black People Grow Hair?

Andrea Krystal

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Welcome to Can Black People Grow Hair? A podcast created to bridge the racial gap between the Black and white communities by inspiring intentional engagement, and vulnerable conversations. This is a place where we meet each other with curiosity, and where we talk WITH each other, not AT each other. Where we both bring something to the table, so that everyone leaves full. If you're familiar with the sometimes awkward exchange between an exasperated Black person and a bewildered white person, ...
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It is hard to have a successful career as a minority in a corporate environment or in entrepreneurship! Listen Every other Wednesday, join G-Money, a two-time graduate of the school of hard knocks and a successful executive coach and entrepreneur and his Co-Host Booker T. a successful Corp. Executive and Entrepreneur, as they cover and give insight in how to overcome the challenges facing minorities in the corporate world and in entrepreneurship. We will also cover current social topics that ...
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Black People Go To Therapy, Too

Black People Therapy

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Black People Go To Therapy, Too is a podcast about and for people of color. It’s about our experiences in our mental health journeys and about the positive and negative things we’ve experienced in the pursuit of becoming healthier members of our community. This podcast seeks to not only shine a light on the stigmas surrounding people of color and our mental well-being but seeks to engage our community in conversations about our experiences in therapy--good and bad. This podcast is here to ul ...
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Black People Go to Therapy!

Dr. Robert Evans III, PhD, LCPC, CCTP-II, MAC

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The relationship between African Americans and healthcare professionals has historically been treacherous. This stigma is especially pronounced in the mental health field; thus, cultivating an estranged relationship between some African Americans and mental health professionals. However, the courageous ones have been able to take advantage of a therapeutic healing process that not only provides access to self-awareness and emotional intelligence, but it also champions the development of rema ...
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Black History for White People

Black History for White People

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Our goal is simple—educate white people on Black history. The highest calling of humanity is to love. Whether you know it or not, the racial disparities in our country hurt us. They train us to protect our advantages rather than love others, and that mentality reduces us. New episodes will be released on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. Visit us at blackhistoryforwhitepeople.com + for bonus content and the ability to vote for future topics, support us on Patreon at patreon.com/black ...
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A look into how magic and religion coexist in Black history with Professor Yvonne Chireau, author of Black Magic: Religion and the African American Conjuring Tradition. Music Credit PeaceLoveSoul by Jeris (c) copyright 2012 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/VJ_Memes/35859 Ft: KungFu (KungFuFr…
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On this week’s episode, host Sequoia Holmes sits down with the guests, co - hosts of the BFF: Black, Fat, Femme podcast, Dr. JonPaul Higgins and Jordan Daniels, to discuss the cultural phenomenon that is Reality Television. They analyze classic reality tv show moments from shows like Flava of Love and The Bad Girls Club, rate their favorite shows o…
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Back after a long hiatus, no seriously we're sorry - schedules got crazy and usually the month of May is rough with so many events going on. Anyways, before you tap in, we're going to be talking a little bit about the footage showing Diddy attacking Cassie in 4K, please note, we will NOT be playing the audio. If you're not interested in this topic,…
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The Secret Adventures of Black People is a podcast telling the stories of Black people holding it down across space and time. To listen to past episodes or get in touch, or to check Our Ancestors Were Messy, visit the TheSecretAdventuresofBlackPeople.com. To support the show and get exclusive behind the scenes content, become a supporter on Patreon…
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On this week’s episode, host Sequoia Holmes sits down with Anwar White, the Get Your Guy dating coach. The two discuss dating app dos and don’ts, interracial dating, how past traumas can affect relationships in the present, and more! Highlights Online Dating Interracial Dating Dating Apps Dating Horror Stories Red Flags Healing Trauma Follow Anwar …
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Generally, I like to talk about labor sometime around May Day. This year, we're talking about a place that has employed a lot of Black people over the last 150 years or so but has not always shown us a lot of love: the post office. For decades, Black people were not even legally allowed to work at the post office, then Black people had to fight in …
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On this week’s episode, host Sequoia Holmes sits down with author and The Friendship Expert, Danielle Bayard Jackson. The two dissect friendships, the heartbreak of friendship breakups, Danielle’s new book, and why a girls’ trip to Miami could make or break a bond. All this & more! Pick up a copy of Danielle Bayard Jackson’s new book, Fighting for …
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Drake responds to K. Dot, Kendrick drops a response literally 30 minutes later. We figured some shit was gonna go down, but not like this. Well, if that wasn't enough Kendrick releases yet another diss track. Rather than do some lazy edit on episode 126, Renzo came through to chat with y'all cause this shit is too much. Need to catch yourself up to…
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Due to schedule conflicts, we got together to record and wow, did we pick a day to hit the record button! K.Dot’s been wreaking havoc all week with his response to Drake and then doubled down (back 2 back) with a follow up track released on Instagram. You know we had to talk about it! At this point, Drake needs to pivot, how? We’re not sure, but it…
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On this week’s episode, host Sequoia Holmes discusses Sex with guest co - host, Maximum Film Podcast host, Comedian, and Thot Dad, Ify Nwadiwe. The two explore sex habits, positions, misconceptions & more! Highlights K*nks F*tishes Relationships Celebrity Sex Scandals Celebrity K*nks Follow Ify Nwadiwe https://www.instagram.com/ifynwadiwe/?hl=en ht…
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Drake finally claims Push Ups, the hardest the diss track in -WAIT HERE COMES A NEW CHALLENGER- Chris Brown releases a diss track going at Quavo calling him the Weakest Link and oof it's brutal! It's been a month of the rap-beef olympics. At this point we should just call the pod Three Angry Rap Nerds. Tune in as we discuss the current state of aff…
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This episode features Katina Stone Butler and her son Jamie (aka Miztick) discussing their innovative product called Hood Sensory - a sensory-friendly hoodie designed for neurodivergent individuals. Follow Hood Sensory on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube Resources Mentioned: Hood Sensory website Denton Black Film Festival Key Learnings: Neu…
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Guidance Kandemiiri is a noted speaker, sage, theologian, and author with a profound focus on Prophetic expression and Apostolic leadership. His ministry appeals to some of today’s most influential thinkers encompassing religion, academia, politics and business as well as everyday people. Guidance has a distinctively in-depth and broad appeal, touc…
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Turns out, negative views towards disability in American culture and society have a history linked to racism and slavery. So, we're going to talk about that history because ableism is not the default, it is a construct that can be challenged. I have this conversation with Professor Jenifer Barclay, author of The Mark of Slavery: Disability, Race, a…
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Chris sounds off on everyone hating on Black women from Baltimore, Renzo finally weighs in (sort of?) on Goku vs Superman during a discussion about Global Warming, and Big Rob still wants to Free Base Cicadas. In other news, Dolton trustees are not only calling for Tiffany Henyard to step down, but are looking to former mayor to assist with the inv…
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On this week’s episode, host Sequoia Holmes dives into the world of country music with guest co - host, award - winning journalist and BPLP fan favorite, Jewel Wicker. The two discuss female country legends, the exclusion of Black people in the genre, and of course, review Beyoncé’s Cowboy Carter. VOTE Black People Love Paramore For A Webby!!! High…
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In light of Black Maternal Health Week, this episode revisits key issues in black maternal health with Cessilye Smith, exploring the historical and ongoing role of black midwives through her personal story and discussing the work of entities like Abide Women's Services to better black mothers and infants' health outcomes. Cessilye R. Smith, an insp…
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Big Rob’s really going on a tangent about ‘free basing,’ and if you’re unsure what he’s talking about, look it up (we apologize in advance). Anyway we’re back after another hiatus. On this episode we talk about the Francis Scott Key Bridge Collapse in Baltimore, specifically the potential cost of repair and politics surrounding it, Zombie Cicadas (…
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On this week’s episode, host Sequoia Holmes tackles Anime for the second time with the help of guest co - hosts, internet personality Wildlin Pierrevil (@NotWildlin), Writer / Comedian Garrick Bernard, and host of the podcast Shoujo Sundae, Chika Supreme. They get into Anime superlatives, Black caricatures within the medium, the Shoujo and Shonen g…
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#TheStrugglePodcast and we're definitely living up to our nickname around this piece. On a more serious note, we take a moment to cover a developing story involving a certain Mayor who's certainly not for the people (TW: SA). Tune in, also check out the link below for more information. On the shenanigans, Renzo has a public service announcement for…
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We get a sneak peek into the Black People Love Paramore bonus content episode with your host, Sequoia Holmes, as the topic! Award - winning journalist and friend of the show, Jewel Wicker, gets deep into Sequoia’s business and our host is not afraid to share. **REMINDER: This teaser is dropping the first week of The MaxFunDrive, so if you enjoy thi…
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On this week’s episode, host Sequoia Holmes along with guest co - host, Music executive Christine Osazuwa, talk about all things Warped Tour: Music, fashion, teenage shenanigans, and more! **REMINDER: This episode is dropping the first week of The MaxFunDrive, so if you enjoy this show, please take a moment to show your support and become a member …
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Bruno Mars in the news for allegedly owing $50 million dollars to MGM Casino (Update: MGM confirmed that this story is false, episode was recorded prior, we'll address it in the next EP, see link below) NASA's Satellite is old and senile, Lil' Mama opens up about the drama at the 2009 VMA's and somehow we end up talking about an age old beef in rap…
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Most of the students who challenged white schools to take Black students and then volunteered to be the first to desegregate those white schools were girls and young women. Dr. Rachel Devlin, author of A Girl Stands at the Door, seeks to explain why school desegregation was championed by girls and young women and to tell their stories. Music Credit…
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The Secret Adventures of Black People is a podcast telling the stories of Black people holding it down across space and time. To listen to past episodes or get in touch, visit the TheSecretAdventuresofBlackPeople.com. To support the show and get exclusive behind the scenes content, become a supporter on Patreon. To check out stories and pics follow…
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Dawn Hilton-Williams, fondly dubbed “The Vegucator,” champions the cause of 100% plant-powered living as Founder and Vegucator-In-Chief of Herban Eats, LLC, Co-Founder of Power is Giving, Inc., Coach/Consultant, Chef, Speaker and Author of Flava my Plate. Learn more about affordable and nutritious vegan cuisines with pathways to diminish lifestyle-…
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Is love really blind? In this week’s episode, host Sequoia Holmes recaps the season 6 finale of Netflix’s Love Is Blind with guests co - hosts, Justine Kay and Natasha Scott - Cohosts of the 2 Black Girls, 1 Rose podcast. They talk finale highlights, their unpopular opinions on the season, dissect each couple, discuss racial preferences vs. fetishi…
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Are you a lover of true crime? On this week’s episode host Sequoia Holmes and co hosts of the acclaimed true crime podcast, Sistas Who Kill, MaRah and Taz, dive into true crime in pop culture. They recount classic true crime cases like the OJ Simpson Trial and the Scream Murder. They also get into the cases like that of Gypsy-Rose Blanchard, the gl…
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The Secret Adventures of Black People is a podcast telling the stories of Black people holding it down across space and time. To listen to past episodes or get in touch, visit the TheSecretAdventuresofBlackPeople.com. To support the show and get exclusive behind the scenes content, become a supporter on Patreon. To check out stories and pics follow…
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On this week's episode we dive into some music news starting with Tiffany Red's video calling out some of your favorites over publishing royalties, JPEGMAFIA takes shots at Freddie Gibbs, and Busta Rhymes gets caught on video arguing with a rapper at French Montana's album release party. On the shenanigan front, Renzo goes into his conspiracy bag o…
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The Secret Adventures of Black People is a podcast telling the stories of Black people holding it down across space and time. To listen to past episodes or get in touch, visit the TheSecretAdventuresofBlackPeople.com. To support the show and get exclusive behind the scenes content, become a supporter on Patreon. To check out stories and pics follow…
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The Secret Adventures of Black People is a podcast telling the stories of Black people holding it down across space and time. To listen to past episodes or get in touch, visit the TheSecretAdventuresofBlackPeople.com. To support the show and get exclusive behind the scenes content, become a supporter on Patreon. To check out stories and pics follow…
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This episode, we're talking about one of my favorite TV shows of all time: Sanford & Son! We'll also get into Good Times and a little into The Jeffersons. All 3 of these shows are 1970s Black sitcoms under Tandem Productions. These shows were a window into the reality of Black life like nothing before them. Yet, what often gets overlooked in discus…
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Prepare to have your reality questioned, as we tackle the Mandela Effect and the bewildering collective memories that seem to unite us in confusion with the hilarious Langston Kerman and David Gborie from the 'My Momma Told Me' podcast.. We debate the plausibility of government manipulations and how minor tweaks in our shared history could lead to …
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The Secret Adventures of Black People is a podcast telling the stories of Black people holding it down across space and time. To listen to past episodes or get in touch, visit the TheSecretAdventuresofBlackPeople.com. To support the show and get exclusive behind the scenes content, become a supporter on Patreon. To check out stories and pics follow…
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It's Black History Month (and all year round') so you know we're gonna celebrate! Renzo drops some book recommendations, Big Rob and Chris discuss their favorite Black History movies, and we still find time to get with the shenanigans. It's your favorite Zero Days Without Nonsense podcast and you know how we give it up! S/O to Mari Copney! Support …
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The Secret Adventures of Black People is a podcast telling the stories of Black people holding it down across space and time. To listen to past episodes or get in touch, visit the TheSecretAdventuresofBlackPeople.com. To support the show and get exclusive behind the scenes content, become a supporter on Patreon. To check out stories and pics follow…
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The Secret Adventures of Black People is a podcast telling the stories of Black people holding it down across space and time. To listen to past episodes or get in touch, visit the TheSecretAdventuresofBlackPeople.com. To support the show and get exclusive behind the scenes content, become a supporter on Patreon. To check out stories and pics follow…
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Rest in Power Carl Weathers, we were sad to hear the news of his passing this week. He was an incredible actor and will be missed. On this episode Big Rob takes a moment to rant about his top five quotes that’s considered to be “good advice” but in reality, they’re low key trash words of wisdom. Chris and Renzo weigh back in on the latest in raps b…
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We're re-airing our episode from last year that began Black History Month and hope that you use this month to learn more about our country. We explore the legacy of one of Black history’s most notable men, Carter G. Woodson. To celebrate Black History Month, we wanted to share the story of the person who literally created what we now know of as “Bl…
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Ever imagined yourself strutting down the bustling streets of New York City or twirling through the historic avenues of Barcelona as part of the iconic Cheetah Girls? Join us as we take you on a vibrant journey with guest Kalen Allen, exploring the rich tapestry of dance, music, and cultural resonance woven by the Cheetah Girls franchise. As we unr…
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We recorded this episode on Friday night, but due to technical difficulties beyond our control, you're getting this a tad later than anticipated, we promise, we'll do better in the future (cap). Anyways, Megan dropped Hiss and it's got the social media tripping, but that's not the only diss that hit Beyonce's Internet because Em decided to get at B…
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Ever wonder how the raw emotions of teen angst translate into the music that defines a generation? Award-winning journalist Jewel Wicker joins us to unravel the magic behind the teen heartbreak anthems of Olivia Rodrigo. We take you on a journey through Rodrigo's rise from Disney darling to the voice of youth heartache, examining her growth as an a…
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In honor of MLK Jr. Day, we are re-airing our episodes we recorded in 2021. This is part 1 of 2 on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Visit us at blackhistoryforwhitepeople.com + support us at patreon.com/blackhistoryforwhitepeople. Buy our book on Amazon! $5/month supports us at patreon.com/blackhistoryforwhitepeople. Check us out o…
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