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Cry Like a boy is a documentary and interview podcast that explores how men are defying stereotypes and promoting gender equality. The series brings you to five African nations to discover how local communities are working towards change. Cry like a Boy is the first original podcast of Euronews, produced with the support of the European Journalism Center and of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Available in English and French. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hear from expat families and experts around the world. Learn how to get visas, make money, find jobs and resettle abroad. Get a behind-the-scenes look at what everyday life with kids is really like in different countries, and get the answers you need to go from day dreaming to international move making... Because life is too short to settle! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hoodgrown Aesthetic tells the story of artists of color living in Boston and abroad in the 21st century. In a weekly podcast we celebrate local artist, organizations, and businesses. We discuss current news concerning artists, students, educators, and poor communities of color, highlight celebrity efforts to support the arts and poverty, we invite local artists, advocates of social change, educators, and entrepreneurs for interviews and have some real talk. With Daughter of Contrast @daughte ...
 
This is a podcast about people. A collection of stories from across the globe. Let's face it, we are all pretty dang busy these days. With a limited budget, and even more scarce vacation days, it can be hard to look beyond your day to day life. We keep hearing the benefits of travel such as the sparks of creativity, the understanding of people and cultures, and the digging into yourself to see whats inside. Although I can't provide everything travel has to offer through the convenience of yo ...
 
A podcast about subjects that affect people of color (POC) expats in Malaysia—from fun subjects to topics that we may not be all-the-way comfortable talking about. The podcast also features non-POC expats and locals who provide more information about things relevant to the POC expats. Say hi, email hello@otherexpats.com
 
FLY HIGH is a podcast that helps you to live your life to the fullest. My name is Simone and I want to inspire you to fulfill your dreams, to reconnect to your true self and listen to your heart. You will understand and learn how to deal with our daily struggles, self doubts and fears, that keep us from getting outside our comfort zone. We are in this together! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to a new season of the 2 Cool Parents Podcast! This season we are opening up to our listeners and the everyday life successes and struggles of being a black millennial parents. You can even catch our kids London (8) and Christian (4) who often make guest appearances. Since it's just the two of us recording, we think it's important our listeners get our authentic selves, as if you are right here in our living room having a conversation with us. So tune in to each episode and follow us ...
 
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In Cry Like Boy, we have spoken about the trauma caused by Liberia’s civil war. But conflict is a global issue. In this new episode, we ask Adama Dieng about the impact such a violent act as genocide can have on men, women, or victims of rape. And what can be done to prevent genocide. Adama Dieng is a former UN Registrar of the International Crimin…
 
Our “Brown Girls Abroad” celebration culminates with Ivy and Lauren! These brilliant Black women were on international an assignment five years ago in Shanghai, China. They each share extensively about their experiences traveling and living abroad.By Brown Girl Radiance Podcast
 
Cecelia Danuweli realised she had the power to change the course of Liberia’s war in 2003. She joined a group of brave women who organised peaceful protests in front of the warlords. Their actions had a better range than bullets. Years later, this story was received with a standing ovation at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. Award-winning dir…
 
Liberia witnessed a spiral of violence, hunger and death for more than a decade. But women said enough was enough and united to try and end the war. They came together regardless of their origin, class or religion. Cecelia Danuweli was one of these women who began by denying their husbands sex and started holding peaceful protests. She, like many o…
 
On this episode of our “Brown Girls Abroad” series, we will travel with Sequoria Dickerson who has been to over 30 countries. She is a consultant for community organizers, activists, and non-profit organizations. Sequoria also plans radical self-care retreats. You are welcome to email sequoria.dickerson@gmail.com for more information.…
 
After witnessing the murder of his parents and siblings, Morris Matadi was recruited as a child soldier. They put a rifle in his hands and forced him to fight in the Liberian civil war. One day he managed to put down his weapon and fled. But, like many other ex-combatants, the horror of war did not end there. He kept returning to the battlefield wi…
 
Our guest on this episode is Abubakar Bala, a research assistant at a university in Malaysia where he's been working on artificial intelligence and machine prediction/predictive maintenance. He's also trying to take the same model into healthcare in predict/classify diseases, specifically cancer. He talks about his experience studying/living in Mal…
 
Jonathan is a Liberian man in his late forties. When we first met him in Monrovia, the capital of Liberia, Jonathan gave us the impression of being a laid-back guy. But his persona changed as soon as he started to talk about the war. In this episode, we join Liberian journalist Carielle Doe to explore the memories of the country‘s civil war by foll…
 
Team chat on video: https://youtu.be/wAojPBJIyrYIsabella Stewart Gardner Musume ISG Bio:https://www.gardnermuseum.org/about/isabella-stewart-gardnerThe Theft: https://www.gardnermuseum.org/about/theftSHEN WEI Wei dance studio: http://www.shenweidancearts.org/landing/Wei Paintings: http://www.shenwei.art/painting-2recent-works-1PAINTING IN MOTION | …
 
This week we dive a little deeper into living and traveling in Brazil with our special guest and expat, Bayyina Black, Global Sustainability & Impact Manager at R/GA Media Group. Tune in to this week's episode for tips on living and working abroad, staying safe and why Brazil is like home. Special Guest: Bayyina is the Global Sustainability & Impac…
 
When young guys like Mamadou don’t succeed in their dangerous adventure from West Africa to Europe, they’re often not welcome back home. Why is there such pressure on men to succeed and how does this affect women? In this episode, Khopotso Bodibe continues his conversation with a South African lawyer and rights activist Sharon Ekambaram and Julie K…
 
We are kicking off our traveling series on the 2 Cool Parents Podcast with a Q&A about traveling to South America, specifically Brazil with friend of the pod, Sophia Buxton, who gives us some tips on traveling abroad, staying safe and sharing why she loves Brazil! Special Guest: Sophia Buxton, founder Yemaya Consulting, which focuses on empowering …
 
Many African migrants who take the dangerous journey into Europe will not make it. But the few who succeed in reaching their destinations still face hurdles. Fana left Guinea and arrived in France but was faced with the dilemmas of filling out the right documentation, meeting new friends, and trying to find a job. The tasks become even more difficu…
 
Reminiscing of simpler times is easy to do, but hard to put into every day practice. This week, your two cool hosts are talking about parenting in a world that revolves around technology. Tune in. Connect with us: ⁃IG: @2CoolParentsPodcast ⁃FB: @2CoolParents ⁃Twitter: @2CoolParents Intro Music Track: @Apolloblaq Be sure to like, rate, subscribe, re…
 
This week’s episode features a Q&A with local massage therapist, Jermaine Drennon to talk through some of the ways massages can combat Zoom fatigue and stress! We’ve got some great tips. Tune in. Connect with us: ⁃IG: @2CoolParentsPodcast ⁃FB: @2CoolParents ⁃Twitter: @2CoolParents Featured guest: Jermaine Drennon, Owner, Body Joints (@body_joint_mt…
 
Our guest on this episode is Mbeke Waseme, a management coach, international education consultant, photographer, yoga instructor, and writer. Her books include "Make the changes, feel the joy" and "How to work and live abroad successfully." We discuss her experiences being a Black expat in Malaysia and being Jamaican in Ghana, where she currently r…
 
Fana is 18 but he feels he became a man at the age of 12 when he decided to go on an adventure and leave his home in Guinea, seeking a better life in Europe. Unlike our previous hero Mamadou, he made it to France. In this episode, we explore what happens to the “tounkan namo”, or “the adventurers”, who succeed. And the price of their success. With …
 
April is National Poetry Month, a time to celebrate poets and their craft. The 2 Cool Parents had an opportunity to chat with internationally acclaimed, Emmy, TONY & Peabody award-winning poet and creative writer: The Legendary Black Ice (Lamar Manson) to talk about his rise to fame, spoken word and poetry today! Tune into this week’s episode featu…
 
April marks the 20th anniversary of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. Every 73 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. And every 9 minutes, that victim is a child. Tune in to our special episode featuring guest host Kia Brooks, owner, Relax, Relate, Reclaim, LLC as we share important information about sexual assault and our own exp…
 
This week’s episode features a catch up on our family vacation over Easter Break to the West Coast! The 2 Cool Parents hit up California, Arizona, Nevada and Utah! Tune in to hear our adventures and some trace tips about flying during the pandemic. Connect with us: ⁃IG: @2CoolParentsPodcast ⁃FB: @2CoolParents ⁃Twitter: @2CoolParents Intro Music Tra…
 
After the death of his father all Mamadou Alpha wanted was to get his mother out of poverty and become her hero: The perfect son, the man of the family. At 18, he embarked on a dangerous migration route to Europe they call “the adventure”, or “tounkan” in the local Malinke language. Thousands of adventurers die trying to cross the Mediterranean in …
 
Across Southern Africa, thousands of men are abandoning stable education and employment and are instead seeking a fantasy fortune in South Africa's abandoned mines. The illegal miners, known as the zama zamas, not only put their lives at risk but also leave their families behind in countries like Lesotho and Zimbabwe for weeks if not months at a ti…
 
We are celebrating “Brown Girls Abroad” throughout this third season! Today we are traveling the world with nomad, Asia Nichols. She has been writing, creating, and house sitting in over 25 nations for the last 10 years with her husband. She has captivating international insights to share!By Brown Girl Radiance Podcast
 
We’ve got a mid-week episode drop from the 2 Cool Parents and we are sitting down to have a real live discussion about friendships over a glass or two of wine from the The McBride Sisters Wine Collection: Black Girl Magic! @mcbridesisters How many of us have them? Friends? Like seriously, as an adult, how many real friends can you count on? Kia Bro…
 
On this week’s episode of the 2 Cool Parents Podcasts, we are discussing mental health and kids featuring Kia Brooks, therapist and owner of Relax, Relate, Reclaim, LLC. Connect with us: ⁃ IG: @2CoolParentsPodcast ⁃ FB: @2CoolParents ⁃ Twitter: @2CoolParents Featured guest: Kia Brooks, Owner, Relax, Relate, Reclaim, LLC, Certified IIC Trauma Therap…
 
In this episode, we explore the unknown world of the zama zama, clandestine miners who are scavenging for gold in the world's deepest abandoned mines of South Africa. We sit down to talk with two guests: Mpiwa Mangwiro, who has explored the social consequences of the extractive industry in South Africa, and Rosalind Morris, an award-winning anthrop…
 
The word COVID-19 will forever be a part of our vocabulary from now on, etched in stone in the history books, a moment in time that has forever changed us, hopefully for the better. The virus has evolved from an isolated disease in a region of China, to a global pandemic that has killed over 1.7 million people worldwide, has brought countries like …
 
In this episode, our guest is Chisomo Sakala, a customer service specialist at a leading call center in Kuala Lumpur and founder/content creator at A Younger Voice. We talk about being a Black woman and an expat; the good, the bad, and the not-so-nice of living in Malaysia; and more. Follow A Younger Voice on Instagram and catch/join live episodes …
 
It’s been 43 years since the start of hip-hip in the Bronx back in the 70s. And so much has changed about its legacy and history, including is it still relevant today? How are today’s artists changing the game? This week’s episode of 2 Cool Parents Podcast asks the question: Is hip hop dead? Your hosts Will + Shea discuss along with the relationshi…
 
There's an impoverished mountainous district of Lesotho where many illegal mineworkers live with their families. But women often wait there for their husbands for months and sometimes years. Many of the illegal mineworkers work in clandestine and abandoned mines in South Africa, run by criminal gangs. Some left to provide for their families, some d…
 
In 1997, Grammy award winning artist Erykah Badu released one of her most famous songs, “Tyrone” on her live album, with the opening line: “Now keep in mind, I’m an artist and I’m sensitive about my sh*t.” This week, the hosts of the 2 Cool Parents Podcast are exploring of love of all things artistry with an episode diving into the $64 billion worl…
 
On this episode of our Brown Girls Abroad celebration we are traveling to Australia for an inspirational conversation with Paige Merrill. She is a missionary serving through the organization Youth With A Mission. Paige shares a beautiful testimony about her journey and experiences as a Black woman living on a different continent.…
 
“I’m focused man,” is the theme of this weeks episode. We are getting out of the side hustle game and into the big leagues making moves to make 2 Cool Parents Podcast a legitimate business venture. We’re finally able to begin to work our way towards our entrepreneurial goals of running our own successful business. Will and Shea dive into more about…
 
How far are you willing to go to provide for your family? Would you put your life at risk to put bread on the table? What if you had no choice? There is a country in Africa where thousands of men have felt so much pressure to provide for their families that they are employed by criminal gangs as illegal miners, digging for gold in clandestine mines…
 
Happy Valentine’s Day! Shea and Will great real and relatable in this week’s special Valentine’s Day episode, by sharing their relationship highs and lows and the secret to making a marriage last. Nothing is perfect and as we peel back the layers of ourselves, our experiences and ultimately who we are becoming. Want to know the key to a successful …
 
Shea + Will decided the conversation from last week’s episode: 03 - Where’s My White Picket Fence? needed to have a bigger audience, and so we invited a few friends up to the stage to have an interactive dialogue with on the Clubhouse App (an audio only platform for iPhone users that encourages discussion on everyday topics) about homeownership, to…
 
What are the origins of homophobia in Africa? Where do the laws that punish same-sex relationships come from? South-African activist Khopotso Bodibe speaks to Youssef Belghmaidi, a Moroccan trans woman activist based in France, and Sheba Akpokli, an LGBTQI+ rights activist from Togo, about colonialism and its impact on sexual diversity and educatio…
 
On this episode of the 2 Cool Parents, we are talking all about the ‘burbs. Just like Marvel’s MCU Wanda Maximoff (codename Scarlet Witch) constructs an idealized suburban lifestyle in the fictional town of Westview, NJ, Shea and Will deconstruct their reality of suburban living in Southern New Jersey and the importance of embracing all aspects of …
 
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