Nine Black Podcast To Listen To This Month... And Every Other Month.
In honor of Black History Month we've curated a list of Black Podcast that can help bring you a better perspective on the Black experience in America. It's time to not just show your support but understand what you're supporting as well and why it's important.
Journalist Shereen Marisol Maraji and Gene Demby tackle the subject of race and the effects it has on every aspect of our society. Having launched in 2016, Code Switch has been able to offer raw conversations about the issues of racial, ethnic and cultural identity.
Formerly known as Let Your Voice Be Heard, Be Heard Talk is an award winning talk show that has a goal to empower, educate, and inform Millennials. Every Sunday, from 11am to 12pm the show is broadcasted on WHCR 90.3 FM “The Voice of Harlem” and focuses on conversations about race, politics and culture. New podcast episodes come out every Tuesday.
Everyday Black History highlights the contributions of black men and women both past and present. In their own words, they celebrate Afro Appreciation and honor descendants of
both Africans and Latinos of African descent. The show also highlights institutions that have helped the people in the African Diaspora.
Hosted by Leila Day and Hana Baba, The Stoop is a conversation about what it means to be black, and how blackness is talked about in America (and globally.) Their mission is to dive deep into the stories that we need to talk about as a society.
Delency Parham and Blake Simmons host Hella Black, an Oakland based podcast that hopes to educate and inform people about all things related to blackness. They share the stories of Black radical organizers whose narratives would otherwise go untold.
Hosted by Joy Reid of MSNBC, Kamala Next in Line shares the historical, cross-culture journey of Harris becoming the first female, and person of color, Vice President.
Have you ever been the only one in a room before? You know, the only guy or the only girl, or, maybe the only person of color? Well, Laura Cathcart Robbins has. Through her own experience spawned The Only One in The Room podcast, where she sits down with her guest to discuss their experiences of being the “only one” in the room.
Blackbelt Voices shares with us the richness of Black Southern culture from the folks who live it everyday. Through honest, in-depth conversations host Adena J. White, Kara Wilkins, and Katrina Dupins share the stories of “Black Southerners living in, loving and reconciling with the region they call home.”
The name says it all. Black History for White People has one goal in mind to educate white people on black history. Hosted by a multiethnic collective, this podcast is dedicated to not just educating about the hurtful, racial disparities in our nation but challenging white people to actively participate in racial justice.