At Ask Jennyfer, Jennyfer Crawford has built more than her own small business – she’s built a community. And she’s done it by helping other small business owners succeed. Tune in to Ask Jennyfer: The Podcast to hear from small business experts, inspiring entrepreneurs and so much more.
CommuniD opens the door to the lives of unconventional community builders. Those who have found unique ways to build their tribes and make positive impacts during a time when society is inundated with stress and distractions.
The Detroit is Different podcast is about exposing artistry, business, ideas, and dynamic people, places, and things that make Detroit a mecca. Tune in weekly and subscribe to get the true stories from the people shaping the culture of an American classic city.
My Natural Hair is a Podcast that shares all the information you‘re looking to learn about Natural Hair. The Movement, the Styles, Growing your Hair Naturally and meeting other people part of the Natural hair culture & movement. My Natural Hair is hosted by LaDonna Sims & MarkQuisha St Clair from Hair Goals 313.
The New Kids, Germaine and Shyriah, are a millennial duo aimed at providing resources and tools to inspire our peers. We, along with our millennial peers, share our journeys, challenge ideas, and push progress with the hopes to inspire.
Welcome to She’s A Genius podcast, the place Ingenious Women share some of their brilliance to help awaken the GENIUS within women around the globe. Crafted and hosted by Candace Cox-Wimberley, this podcast inspires and empowers individuals while advocating for mental health, self-love, and gratitude. We have transparent conversations with phenomenal women that work in the arts and entrepreneurial career fields.
The Riverwise Podcast is bringing together Detroit citizens to consider new and forms of resistance to continuing economic and political marginalization in communities of color. For over three years now, the Riverwise collective has created media that depicts local activism and the profound new work being done in Detroit neighborhoods. Through the quarterly Riverwise magazine, Riverwise community conversations, and the Riverwise Writing Workshop, we're developing our collective voice.