Black Coffee is a podcast hosted by Khary Frazier and Freda Sampson live at Pause weekly. Every Monday Freda and Khary will welcome guests to discuss the rich history of Black leadership, entrepreneurship, artistry, and social justice. Black Coffee will be recorded before a live audience and distributed through the Detroit is Different podcast network.
CAIR Michigan Podcast is hosted by Dawud Walid, Amy Doukoure, Esq., and Asha Noor.
CAIR-MI’s mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding through education, mediation, media and the law.
CAIR-MI has been serving the entire state of Michigan since 2000 with an emphasis on Metro Detroit, Flint/Saginaw, Ann Arbor/Jackson, Lansing, Kalamazoo/Battle Creek, and Grand Rapids/Muskegon.
Dawud Walid is currently the Executive Director of the Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. Amy Doukoure, Esq. is currently the Staff Attorney of the Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. Asha Noor is currently the Programming and Outreach Coordinator of the Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
Welcome to Decolonize your Destiny asks guests to share how they decolonize their lives. Decolonization is the process of becoming self-sovereign and this is where the power lies. It is the untangling of the colonizer’s limitations placed on our minds and bodies by unlocking and remembering the indigenous wisdom that lives within us all. Although the colonization process in the United States began centuries ago, the tenants of colonization have been normalized and woven into the social, economic, cultural, and political fabric of our nation. The colonized mind controls what we eat, use for medicine, what we read, how we speak to each other, love each other, process our emotions and more. Every single part of our lives has been colonized with the intention of creating subordinates that have been assimilated into a system that only privileges a select few.
F What You Heard is a Podcast exploring many of the approaches to working in Independent Music. DJ Uncle P, Khary WAE Frazier, and Sabrina Underwood host a series of discussions about what to do to succeed in the music business by yourself, for yourself, and with your talents. DJ Uncle P is the creator of the Underground Hip-hop Awards, DJ, Hip-hop Promoter, and has years of experience as an audio engineer. Sabrina Underwood has worked in corporate music, indy labels, and for artists exclusively. Work with Paisley Park (Prince), Denaun Porter (D12), and Regional Music Distribution (Sony/BMG) have equipped Sabrina with experience and knowledge of the music business. Khary WAE Frazier is a hip-hop artist and mind behind the Detroit is Different podcast network.
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Group Text is a weekly podcast hosted by four amazing friends discussing some of the most outlandish, but, seemingly, relevant topics they partake in on a daily basis through group texts. They have very unique, thought-provoking points of view.
Real Talk from managers to janitors. We’re talking about all the good, bad, and ugly of what you do. We interview different Jane and John Doe’s with all types of jobs from Nurses to Janitors to Doctors what they have to deal with at work.
Guess What Happened at Work Today is hosted by Tiara, and Brandy.
Brought to you by Detroit is Different, His Fault Her Problem Podcast is about love, lovers. The show features two black women who seek to uncover the issues that lead to the steadily declining rate of marriage in the African American community and find resolve.
In each episode, co-hosts Chari Reeves and Eboni Rousell engage in thought-provoking and insightful conversation with guests. Diving into issues related to the social and cultural dynamics of dating and relationships; the dialogue is sure to keep you engaged and wanting more.
Join the movement! New episodes are released every weekly. Tune in by subscribing on Apple iTunes or by Google Play. To join in on the discussion or stay updated with upcoming events, follow us on Facebook (His Fault Her Problem) or Instagram (@hisfaultherproblem).
We Can Fight is a podcast led by Lawrence Burnside on Boxing. Real talk from a Black man who loves the sport on technique, fighters, fights, and the politics of Boxing. The sweet science of the dance in the ring is covered in full. All weight classes, belts, divisions, and skills are explored on We Can Fight.
We Can Fight is a podcast delivered in 3 rounds. In 12 minutes find out what is happening in Boxing today with host Lawrence Burnside.