Black Women Making History: Podcasters

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It’s Women’s History Month! And this year, I’m celebrating by sharing a few dope ass women whose work I love and who I feel are doing amazing things. This week’s focus is on women who have podcasts I love.

overflo podcast with Timil Jones is a nurturing spiritual wellness space for the rediscovery of your sacred Self.

Black Girl Mystic, created by L’Erin Alta, highlights Black women + femme healers, spiritual teachers + modern day mystics who are changing the world by living their soul’s calling.

In A Little Juju Podcast, Juju Bae celebrates the rapidly growing return of Black folk reclaiming their indigenous spiritual practices while creating a space for us to laugh, question and recommit ourselves to liberation through the ancestral tools given to us.

Hosted by Nicaila Matthews Okome, Side Hustle Pro spotlights bold Black women entrepreneurs who have scaled from side hustle to profitable business.

With Shaping the Shift Podcast, Thea Monyee has created a pod about change and uncertainty for dreamers, creatives and folks who want to get free.

You can check out these amazing podcasts on Apple Podcasts and wherever you listen to your faves. And if you’re a Black woman with a podcast, let me know! I’d love to check it out.