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God's Plan

6/24/2018
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Here we are with Episode 26 and our Season 2 finale!! This episode format is a bit different from all our past episodes (because we were short on time) but we know that you will enjoy it!!! Dear Black Girl this episode we introduce you to Detroit native and hip hop artists Kash Doll as we talk about the power of simplicity, celebrating accomplishments and how everything ties into God’s plan.

Duration:00:10:59

Started From The Bottom

5/14/2018
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Episode 25 introduces us to award winning journalist, TV and Radio host, and Black Enterprise Editor Selena Hill. Listen as Selena shares her journey to landing a full time gig at Black Enterprise, building up her award winning radio show, and the power of Beyonce's Lemonade! Plus we discuses the effects of colorism within the Black community. So Dear Black Girl... lets start from the bottom.

Duration:00:47:16

20 Something

4/24/2018
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Ep. 24 introduces us to 23-year-old rising artist, model and VH1's Love and Hip Hop: Miami's Taylor Hing, better known as Chinese Kitty. Listen as Taylor opens up about her battle with postpartum depression after the birth of her son, learning her self-worth,the one relationship that changed her life and more!! so Dear Black Girl...that's 20 SOMETHING.

Duration:00:21:36

Welcome To Hollywood

4/16/2018
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Ep. 23 introduces us to entertainment journalist Tanisha LaVerne Grant. Listen as Tanisha shares tales of leaving her news job to chase her dream of being a actress in LA, Growing up in Chester Pennsylvanian, Dancing to the beat of your own drum, leaving in your purpose, and SO MANY MANY LIFE GEMS... sooooo Dear Black Girl..Welcome To Hollywood!!!

Duration:01:15:41

Radio Daze

3/29/2018
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Ep. 22 introduces us to radio personality, producer and the creator of Women in Radio Meaghan Taylor. Listen as she shares what lead to the creation of her women empowerment radio based network brand, transitioning from college to mainstream radio, and the journey of finding herself in it all. This episode is perfect for those just kicking off they’re career in radio. So Dear Black Girl… let’s talk about these RADIO DAZE

Duration:00:20:16

Pass The Wine

3/21/2018
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Episode 21 introduces us to digital storyteller and BET’s audiences development manager Brittiany Cierra. Listen as Brittiany sheds light on fighting for equal pay and raises plus taking risk and not choosing contentment all will exchanging first year experiences of living in NY, dating woes (dating in NY vs DC) and more with the Unique. So Dear Black Girl... Pass The Wine

Duration:01:08:24

Love Drought

3/8/2018
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Episode 20 introduces us to marketing and public relations maven Alex Hill. In this episode Alex shares how she navigated her way through the NY Public Relations scene, lessons in love, how she learned self care after moving back home for two years, what sparked the creation of food blog Just Add Hot Sauce, and more!!!

Duration:00:31:52

Do Not Disturb

3/1/2018
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EPISODE 19 INTRODUCES US TO AWARD WINNING BROADCAST JOURNALIST JAMILA MUSTAFA. LISTEN AS JAMILA SHARES STORIES ABOUT HER INTRODUCTION INTO THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY AT AN EARLY AGE, GROWING UP IN WILMINGTON DELAWARE, HER DREAMS IF IMPACTING THE WORLD, BREAKING BARRIERS, AND SO MUCH MORE!!! Subscribe to calm today at http://shopcandlelit.co and Dear Black Girl listeners receive 10% off their first CandelLit box with code ‘dearblack10’!

Duration:00:50:08

What's Going On

2/20/2018
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So last week got a little hectic for me with all the Black Panther excitement plus I ran into a little technical difficulties BUT boom we’re here!! FYI this episode jumps right into our guest music count down (remember the technical difficulties part, someone touched the pod which messed up the into) BUT WE STILL POPPING!! Welcome to EP 18which introduces us to Vibe editor Shenequa Golding Now this episode is one of my favorites because of how soulful it is!! Listen as Shenequa shares...

Duration:00:42:05

A Seat At The Table

2/5/2018
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EPISODE 17 INTRODUCES US TO FASHION JOURNALIST JAMÉ THE BLONDE MISFIT JACKSON. LISTEN AS JAMÉ SHARES STORIES ABOUT BEING A BLACK WOMEN IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY, HOW SHE DISCOVERED HER PURPOSE, HOW SHE OPENED DOORS IN HER CAREER THAT WERE ONCE CLOSED, HER LEAP OF FAITH MOVE TO NYC, AND SO MUCH MORE!!! SO... DEAR BLACK GIRL, MAKE A SEAT AT THE TABLE

Duration:00:53:47

Girl Talk

1/31/2018
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Episode 16 introduces us to Radio One Digital Producer and entertainment reporter Lauren 'Bobby Pen' Williams. In this over the phone conversation bobby shares how being told no lead to the creation of her site thebobbypen.com, HER JOURNEY OF TRULY DEFINING WHO SHE IS, relationships, and how one tweet helped her change her life!! So... Dear Black Girl, here's a little Girl Talk

Duration:00:41:37

Confidently Lost

1/23/2018
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Welcome to Season 2 of Dear Black Girl. This season we have boyh in studio and phone interviews. Picking up from where we left off in Season 1; episode 15 introduces us to poet, scholar and activist Brittany 'Ree' botts. In this ep. Ree shares stories of Discovering the importance of her healing space, what sparked the creation of The Selfology Movement, being a victim of sexual abuse, her journey to self love and so much more!! so... Dear Black Girl.... Who's Confidently Lost

Duration:01:00:58

Let Me Tell You About My Aunt Jackie

10/24/2017
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Ep. 14 introduces us to publicist and founder of Multi Artistry Ent. Avery Watson. Listen as Avery share the challenges of being a entrepreneur, the importance of instilling confidence in yourself and anything your doing and learning how to love and be loved. Plus we also get into the topics of bullying, mental health within the Black community and the importance of therapy. So Dear Black Girl... Let me tell you about my Aunt Jackie

Duration:00:58:32

You Gotta Dream Like You Never Seen Obstacles

10/17/2017
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In Episode 13 we are introduced to the founder of TheTakeovah.com, Robin J. Listen as Robin shares the ups and downs of the music industry from a journalist perspective, what sparked her interest in helping develop and empower emerging artists, battling depression, overcoming set backs and much more... Dear Black Girl You gotta dream like you never seen obstacles

Duration:00:52:34

Be Fearless

10/11/2017
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In Episode 12 we are introduced to the Associate Entertainment Editor for Yandy Smith’s ‘Everything Girls Love’ website Novia Rose!! This episode is a must listen as Novia shares life lessons she's learned while trying to carve a path for herself within a industry everyone wants to be apart of. She also opens up about the struggles many young professionals in the entertainment industry face, the work that goes into building a brand, lessons she learned from Yandy and much much more!! so...

Duration:00:41:54

Never Stop Chasing Your Dreams

10/4/2017
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In Episode 11 we are introduced to singer Rkhty who shares what her journey has been like since going after her dreams. From ups and downs, to self-doubts and proving to others this is what she was born to do. Dear Black Girl Never Stop Chasing Your Dream.

Duration:00:41:03

Break Every Chain

9/28/2017
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In Episode 10 we are introduced to Angeliqua Mcnair, the founder and creator of Melanin On Wall Street. Check it out as Angelique share's what made her leave the fashion industry for a more corporate setting, her connection to Yvonne Orji character Molly in Insecure, lessons in love and more... Dear Black Girl, here's to Breaking Every Chain.

Duration:01:05:58

Love Yourz

9/20/2017
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Episode 9 is actually the first ever episode I recorded for Dear Black Girl. It's what kicked off the series and began it all. In this Episode we are introduced to Tabby who shares stories of awareness and self growth. As she shares the challenges of building a music brand for artist within her city as well as bringing her dreams to the forefront. So Dear Black Girl...here's how you Love Yourz.

Duration:00:28:27

That Feels Unpretty

9/5/2017
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On Episode 7 we are introduced to singer/songwriter Eni. Listen as she share's how she quit her job to pursue her dreams, her battle with depression and and the process of discovering her identity at a younger age, and the feelings she felt the first time she heard her song "Kissing In The Dark" played on the radio. Plus her live post-reaction of meeting TLC during the podcast. So Dear Black Girl.. That Feels Unpretty this one is for you.

Duration:00:36:28

Life and Beyonce Can Snatch Your Wig Off Quickly

8/22/2017
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Episode 6 introduces us to someone from my St. John's family, Wafer Tetevi, Wafer is the co-founder of fashion blog Third Grid, a event manager for Apple, and Rock Mom. Listen as Wafer shares stories of spending her first date with her now fiance at the ER, how she learned you can be both a amazing mom and still chase after your dreams,what she learned while working under Diddy at Bad Boy, her experience being the only black women in her department at Glamour Magazine, that time Beyonce...

Duration:01:10:11