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Black Panther: The New Age of Diversity

This week on “Will It Black” Mike Street and Everett Street discuss the recent Black Panther movie and its importance to the world of diversity.


Yann ilunga, Hosting Your Own Virtual Summits

Yann ilunga is a polyglot speaking Italian, English, French, German and some Finnish. A web entrepreneur originally from Locarno, in the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland, now living in Helsinki, Finland. After getting his master’s degree in social sciences with a major in Media & Global Communication from the University of Helsinki he decided to take... Read More


Ep. 89 – Mario Starks founder of Soul Sense Box

Mario Starks is a Design Technologist and Creative Consultant. He has led the development of engaging online media projects for progressive media organizations including The New York Times/T Brand Studios, Washingtonian Magazine, TV One, and the Orlando Sentinel. In 2017, Mario founded and created Soul Sense Box (—a personal care package and e-commerce gift shop... Read More


Ep 88 – Christina Faith Creator of ‘Single and Anxious’

Single & Anxious is an up and coming black drama series about five college students in a triangle of love, lies, and crime. It is ‘Girlfriends meets Different World’ and adopts ‘The Wire’. Christina Faith is a young black female director, producer, and writer who has built the project from the ground up with fresh... Read More


Ep 1 – The Wiz – Will It Black? #Podcast #BlackFilm #Movies

In this new podcast from SmartBrownVoices, Mike Street and Everett Street go boldly into the world of Black Movies. In the first episode, they explore the cult classic “The Wiz” and ask the question, WILL IT BLACK!


Business of Style: New York Fashion and Media Expert Tyrone Farley #MPAwards17

An interview with Tyrone Farley, one of this year’s honorees at the Master Pioneer Awards taking place on Saturday, September 30. Tyrone is also the producer of the Menswear fashion show taking place during the awards ceremony. He discusses the event, his point of view on African American visibility in fashion and the power of... Read More


Chatting with the Educated Hustle Podcast

Educated Hustle is dedicated to the people who bring their dreams to fruition. Each week’s show is filled with thought provoking guests who decided to take a leap of faith into living their hustle. Tweets by Educated_Hustle


EP 87 – Gerard ‘PK’ Kersey Jr. – Starting a NonProfit

We chat with Gerard ‘PK’ Kersey of That Suits You. TSY is a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization That Accepts Gently Worn Professional Attire & Provides Them Free of Charge To Qualified Men For Work & H.S Seniors For Graduation And Prom. Gerard ‘PK’ Kersey Jr. Bio: I have been married for over 20 years and have... Read More


How to Build an App Empire w/ Muoyo Okome

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York to a proud Nigerian family, Muoyo Okome has started, grown, and sold app businesses achieving 11M+ downloads across 100+ countries worldwide. Through the Daily Spark Podcast and the Daily Spark Entrepreneur Community, founded in 2016, he reaches a growing audience of over 75,000 entrepreneurs & aspiring entrepreneurs... Read More


Ep 85 – Daria Fennell, CEO of the The Daria Fennell Media Group

Daria Fennell CEO, Senior Entertainment Publicist, Celebrity Entertainment Journalist, & Entertainment Branding Strategist The Daria Fennell Media Group (E-Mail) (Website) The Daria Fennell Media Group is an Entertainment Branding, Celebrity Editorial Content, Public Relations, Publicity, and Special Event Design Company with over 20 years of experience. A graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park,... Read More


Ep 84 – Michael James Founder of Frederick Benjamin Grooming

With over a decade of experience in executive roles at personal care giants Revlon and L’Oreal, founder Michael James experienced firsthand the lack of diversity among those product lines and the need for natural solutions that were not only prescriptive but enjoyable. He launched Frederick Benjamin Grooming to create a line specifically for men like... Read More


Ep 83 – Sean McKenzie Co-Founder of It’s Pink Honey

Sean McKenzie is a seasoned advertising and start-up professional. Sean has several years of experience in branding, industry forecasting and team leadership. He has contributed creative insights working with companies like Nielsen, Nike, P&G and LVMH. He’s currently Director of Business Development at real estate start-up, Zera and Founder of digital creative agency, Pink Honey,


Paul C. Brunson – Working for Two Billionaires. #INeedLove

About This Episode: @MrMikeStreet chats one-on-one with TV personality Paul C. Brunson. Learn more about how he got started working with two billionaires, what it was like working with Oprah, and how he started #MentorMondays which lead to his hosting gig with Black Enterprises “Our World.” Insights from This Episode: Invest in yourself. If you... Read More


EP 82 – Melissa L. Cooper, Author of Making Gullah

Recent reports about tax hikes, black land loss, and the near extinction of Gullah culture in the Lowcountry of regions of Georgia and South Carolina have made headlines in the New York Times, and featured on national TV networks like CNN. Missing from these reports is an account of how these unique African Americans emerged... Read More


Ep 81 – Cam F Awesome – Cam is AWESOME!

Cam Awesome Keynote Speaker | Emcee | Comedian Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkenIn Cam was overweight and bullied in school. After being cut off of every team in school and never playing a single organized sport, in 2006, he decided to join a boxing gym in his neighborhood to lose weight and build a little bit of confidence.... Read More


Ep. 18 – Interview w/ Rodney Kellum 🙋🏾‍♂️💼🙏🏾

Rodney Kellum is a recovered Workaholic. He works smarter instead of harder. Mr. Kellum went to college, worked hard and achieved several of his career goals. He never found himself feeling truly fulfilled. He was always tired, wasn’t meeting his financial goals, and he rarely got to spend any quality time with his family and loved ones. That... Read More


Learn How Israel Cook, CEO of Princess Planet is Creating a Space for Black Children’s Books

Author & Illustrator Israel Cook crafted “The Princess Planet” series inspired by his daughter. The brand hopes to showcase cultural diversity and instill that all people have inner beauty, strength and self worth. In this episode of SmartBrownVoices learn more about Israel’s story and starting your own children’s book empire. Website: Video: Facebook:...


Ep. 17 – Do You Know What Time It Is?⏰💣🎤 #WokePodcast

On today’s episode of Woke Podcasts, I made my way over to the Dr. Vibe Show. During the show, we discussed several different things that are going on within the Black community over the past week. I was on the panel with three other distinguished gentlemen and we shared our various perspectives on the world... Read More


Ep 80 – Lillian Okoye – Doing Business in China.

Lillian Okoye is a business strategist for visionary entrepreneurs and experts who want to build their global empire and promote their products and services at home and abroad. Fluent in Mandarin and with a long-time interest in Asia, she started learning Mandarin while in college over a decade ago. Her entrepreneurial journey started when she wrote... Read More


Ep 79 – Tresa Chambers #StyleChambers #WomensHistroyMonth

This week we chat with Tresa Chambers from Florida about her Bo$ podcast and Style Chambers: We produce live events, broadcast and digital content that reaches affluent taste makers passionate in fashion, art and culture.