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Episode 7 - Black Speak about Entrepreneurship

Black Men Speak Podcast

Release Date: 09/14/2020

Episode 19 - Black Love Matters Town Hall show art Episode 19 - Black Love Matters Town Hall

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In this episode, the tables are turned. Dr. Armon Perry who appeared in Episode 18, interviews me along with Rod Joiner, from the HBCU Singles Lounge and Coach Michael Taylor about the subject of Black Love from a men's perspective. This event was sponsored by Father's Incorporated. 

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 Episode 18 - Real Talk on Black Men's Views on Love, Commitment and Family show art Episode 18 - Real Talk on Black Men's Views on Love, Commitment and Family

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Dr. Armon Perry Author of Black Love Matters: Authentic Men’s Voices on Marriages and Romantic Relationships. He is a Professor at the University of Louisville’s Kent School of Social Work. Dr. Perry teaches Introduction to Social Work and Social Work Practice with Families. Dr. Perry’s research interests are fathers’ involvement in the lives of their children and African American men’s contributions to family functioning.

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Episode 17 -  When it Comes to Mentoring You Have to Be All In show art Episode 17 - When it Comes to Mentoring You Have to Be All In

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Altarik White, former high school coach of Weequahic High School in Newark. We talk about his journey from Newark hometown hero on the football field to mentor and role model who dedicated his life to the growth and development of the youth in that city.

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Episode 16 - Play It Smart, The Program That Defined Our Relationship of Not! show art Episode 16 - Play It Smart, The Program That Defined Our Relationship of Not!

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As an Academic Coach for the West Side High School and Weequahic High School football teams in Newark, NJ it was my job to impart important life-skills that would serve them as they entered manhood and beyond. We will discuss lessons learned, as well as how they have navigated adulthood.

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Episode 15 - Beyond Club 151 - The State of Black Male Friendships show art Episode 15 - Beyond Club 151 - The State of Black Male Friendships

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Over 30 years ago, a group of nine black men lived in the same dorm at a predominately white university. On the show, we will talk to four of them about the "State of Black Male Friendship" and what brought them together, and how they have maintained such a connection for so long.

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Episode 14 - We Got The President and the Vice President We Wanted. Now What? show art Episode 14 - We Got The President and the Vice President We Wanted. Now What?

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When President-elect Joe Biden Jr. thanked black voters in his victory speech during his acceptance speech, he said, "You've always had my back, and I'll have yours."

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Episode 13. Will Black Men's Mental Health Be The Next Pandemic? show art Episode 13. Will Black Men's Mental Health Be The Next Pandemic?

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I sit down with Brandon Williams, Licensed Therapist at Williams Counseling and Consulting, and Michael Cox, Licensed Counselor, and Level II Restoration Therapist to see how we as Black Men can take steps to acknowledge and restore our mental health.

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Episode 12 - From Lightning McQueen to the Real Thing show art Episode 12 - From Lightning McQueen to the Real Thing

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We speak to 18-year-old Rajah Caruth and how his love for the movies CARS and Hot Wheels led him to be selected to NASCAR's Drive for Diversity Driver Development Program.

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Episode 11 - Will Black Lives Matter on Election Day show art Episode 11 - Will Black Lives Matter on Election Day

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In this Encore episode, two Georgetown alums, Mark Thompson host of the Podcast Make It Plain, and Morris O'Kelly, host of the Mo'Kelly Show give us the low down on the political landscape as we are less than 90 days away from our national election.

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Episode 10 - How We Survived Our First Year of Marriage as Black Gay Men show art Episode 10 - How We Survived Our First Year of Marriage as Black Gay Men

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 has been legally recognized in the U.S. state of  since October 21, 2013. An African-American male same-sex couple reveals the high and lows of their first year of marriage.   

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