Female Entrepreneurs Episodes

June 17, 2021

Good Vibes & Roller Skates With SYD B S 2 EP 34

Sound Mood: Flashing Lights Kanye West The culture of roller skating popularity can be seen since the 1960s it was common to see someone rocking an Afro, cool threads, and a swagger style before swag was a normal vocabulary word. Skating dates and transcends through time, culture, and music with its attachment on all three from the rinks of Atlanta, to Chicago you can find a new era of skaters who have managed to utilize this Tik Tok era to its advantage and Syd B a native of Chicago has done j…

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May 22, 2021

Unconditional significance of community, culture, and cannabis with Chaney Turner S 2 EP 32

Cannabis and Conversations Sound Mood: Doowutchyalike Digital Underground Second time back in Oakland, California, and this time we had the pleasure of speaking with Chaney Turner, who is someone that represents what it means to unconditionally love everyone that is black. Chaney Turner is an entrepreneur, activist, community builder, and a Oakland Cannabis Regulatory Commissioner with her experience in the community expanding decades. During our exclusive, we were educated to learn about the r…

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April 1, 2021

Creative Expression Of Art With Lyne Lucien S 2 E 27

Creative Expression Of Art sound mood: Killing Me Softly The Fugees What started out as a thought-provoking art piece "Trump World" opened the door to a much-needed conversation for artist Lyne Lucien a native of Hatti and her art reflects that throughout her pieces. Not only are they an expression of black culture in its beauty and well-needed form, but they are also so needed in the art culture. Lyne has the ability to diversify her art she leaves no one behind in her vision. Lyne Lucien is a…

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March 29, 2021

The Remix To Life With Lisa Cunningham in Atlanta, GA S 2 E 25

The Remix To Life sound mood: Xscape - Just Kickin' It Labor Day weekend 2010 Atlanta is live as it always is No Hands by Roscoe Dash, Wale and Waka Flocka Flame has hit the radio and the video is literally a movie thanks to then-Director Lisa Cunningham who has worked on some of the best videos in the music scene from Missy Elliot, Waka Flocka, TLC and so many more. Lisa embodies a time period that has helped structure Atlanta in terms of music, and social equality and has put the word remix i…

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March 22, 2021

Cyber Security With Tazin Khan Norelius Of Cyber Collective S 2 EP 23

Cyber Security and Data Privacy Advocacy sound mood: Check The Rhime A Tribe Called Quest Cyber Security, Internet protection can sound confusing to many, most people don’t change their passwords yearly and most people use their birthdays in the form of a password that statistically has been deemed unsafe. Cybersecurity is serious and not often talked about in spaces in which people of color are found. Security issues can appear in emails, phishing attacks, security breaches, and more, and that…

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March 12, 2021

Harlem Candle Company with Teri Johnson S 2 E 20

Harlem Renaissance art movement sound mood: In a Sentimental Mood Duke Ellington and John Coltrane On the heels of The United States Vs. Billie Holiday movie a lot of individuals who weren’t familiar with the historical great now we're introduced to not only Billie’s music but the fashion and everything that exudes Harlem, NYC. It’s because of the strides of Billie, Josephine, Eartha, Baldwin and so many more that founder and owner Teri Johnson is able to produce and represent Harlem in such a…

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March 4, 2021

Raw Veganism with Ashley Chong in Charleston, SC S 2 E 18

Raw And Radiant sound mood: Maze and Frankie Beverly Golden Time Of Day (Remastered) Everyone has their own time of arrival it can be in a form of a spiritual journey, mental clarity, or physical transformation and that process started for Ashley Renee Chong about 9 years ago. It started with a simple let me lose a few pounds for my sister's wedding and instead what happened to Ashley was life-altering but in a special way. After a trip to the doctor and learning a prediabetic diagnosis Chong …

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March 2, 2021

Just Another Day in Brooklyn with Singer and Producer Adeline S 2 E 17

Just Another Day sound mood: Adore (2020 Remastered) Prince Adeline Michele was the lead vocalist of the Escort, an American nu-disco band from Brooklyn, New York. Born and raised in Paris, this French-Caribbean artist has been performing since the age of five. Brooklyn is home to Adeline and her appreatiation for the arts and culture of this borough is evident and it exudes in her music. Her debut solo self-titled (Adeline) album released in 2018 and included several musical genres like disco,…

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Feb. 25, 2021

Janet Yellen, Market Manipulation and Cryptocurrency S 02 E 015

Market Talk sound mood: Nights. Frank Ocean As an active day trader since 2015, I understand market manipulation, money management, and all the things that come with the investment industry. I understand that being a successful female day trader is super rare and something I rarely speak of. I also understand that the conversation of investing was not included in most African-American households, we weren’t apart of the conversation of wealth we were apart of the conversation of the wealth gap.…

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Feb. 23, 2021

The Entrepreneurship of Hip hop music with Wendy Day of Rap Coalition S 02 E 014

sound mood: Dead Wrong Ms. Jade Featuring Nate Dogg A savior in the urban music industry, Wendy Day is an active mentor and consultant for rap and hip hop artists. She founded a not-for-profit organization named Rap Coalition in the 90s to prevent exploitation of the budding artists in the music world. Wendy is a student of the culture of arts and created her brand to educate and protect the integrity of hip-hop artists. Day comes with nearly 3 decades of experience under her belt of guiding an…

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Feb. 18, 2021

Gloves and Glory with boxer Franchón Crews-Dezurn S 02 E 013

Gloves and Glory sound mood: Feng Shui, (from insecure season 4 soundtrack) Jidenna Featuring Raedio Franchón Rebecca Monich Crews made an appearance to the world in 1987 her name similar to a french dessert out of Paris, However, Franchón born and raised in Virginia and prides herself on her southern routes. As a youngster, Franchón knew she was special from her talents of music which morphed into boxing in which she made her career debut in 2016 against Claressa Shield, a two-time Olympic Cha…

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Feb. 15, 2021

My Sister's Keeper Defense with Marchelle "Tig" Davis in Atlanta, GA S 02 E 010

My Sister's Keeper Defense sound mood: Wake Me Up Remy Ma, Featuring Lil Kim After being in the Army National Guard for seven years, Marchelle "Tig" Davis worked at a local Atlanta gun range and fell in love with the idea of starting a program to empower women with the knowledge and education of firearms, she witnessed women's lack of representation and their evident discomfort at the range while their partners felt at ease. The stark contrast was what led her to start her own firearm instructi…

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Feb. 8, 2021

Planting Seeds in Detroit, MI with Bianca Burns of Plant Economy S 02 E 07

Planting Seeds in Detroit! sound mood: New L.A. Sir (feat. Anderson.Paak & King Mez) Google warm climate countries and you will get an abundance of places from South America, Africa, and the Caribbean’s in which you will also find trees, nature, and gardens. Since the beginning of time, many natives from these historical places have loved gardens, earth, and soil. It has been passed down generations after generations into the 21st century and Plant Economy out of Detroit, Michigan recognized th…

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Dec. 21, 2020

A Peace Of Soul Vegan Kitchen With Folami Geter in Columbia, SC EP 031

A Peace Of Soul Vegan Kitchen EP 031 When we think about soul food origin we think about the southern states and soul food deriving during slavery in the Deep South: South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia, are traditional taught navigation skips are ancestorial plant-based roots and not by fault by, traditional landscapes that were passed down to many of us. Plant-based food cuisine historically can be found throughout the Caribbean, Africa, and Latin countries which …

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Dec. 9, 2020

Logistics and Supply Chain with Hope White of HD White Logistics EP 029

Technology and innovation will carry the logistics and supply chain industries for years to come. If there is anything that we have learned in 2020 is that we need things shipped to us in lighting speed times. When we think about logistics at a glance we usually don’t think about a woman minority-owned logistics company out of the south until Hope White CEO of H.D. White Logistics, LLC arrived. With two locations in Georgia and a headquarters in the Atlanta metro area. H.D. White Logistics is a…

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