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Mahogany Momology is an on-line dialog pertaining to the concerns and carefree parenting of black motherhood.

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Season 5, Episode 2: The Wine Down

4/17/2022
Season 5, Episode 2: The Wine Down About: The wine business is a billion dollar industry with < 3% of black and brown entrepreneurs serving as owners/operators within this setting. We’ll be discussing this sector with Tahiira Habibi, Founder/Sommelier of the Hue Society; Cofounder of the Roots Fund Initiative. Guest Bio: Tahiirah Habibi is an esteemed Sommelier, Founder and Executive Director. In 2012, Tahiirah opened the prestigious St.Regis, Bal Harbour. Her career ventured through many leadership roles to include, Micheal’s Genuine. Frustrated with the lack of diversity in the industry, she uses her skills to bridge the intersection of wine and culture. In 2017, she launched Hue Society as a safe space for the community to learn, commune and find resources in one place. She had created a cultural space for the Black community to share their developments and experiences in wine. Tahiirah is the first Black woman to grace the cover of Wine Enthusiast 40 under 40 list and has been featured in Ocean Drive as one of the top 5 female sommeliers, VinePair, Wine Enthusiast, Upscale Magazine, and Imbibe Magazine to name a few. SUBSCRIBE TO FREE NEWSLETTER: Be the first to know about new episodes, get mom hacks, and more each week by subscribing to The Monday Momologist. Head over to mahoganymomology.com to get your free newsletter. Produced By: Great Music and Games https://greatmusicandgames.com/ Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website and Shopping: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology

Duration:00:41:34

Season 5, Episode 1: Farming and Reclaiming the Land

3/27/2022
Season 5, Episode 1: Farming and Reclaiming the Land About: Today we are discussing Black Sustainability as it relates to increasing our knowledge about urban gardening with Guest Momomologist Iyeshima Harris-Ouedraogo. Guest Bio: Iyeshima started her journey in the food justice movement over 10 years ago as a Green Guerillas Youth Tiller. A Jamaican native, she struggled with the process of assimilation into a new culture. Through farming she found great comfort in her community. Throughout her involvement in the movement, Iyeshima has taught food justice, advocated for universal free school lunch, assisted in the development and sustainment of youth-led organizations, and is now the Project Director of East New York Farms! She is dedicated to integrating youth empowerment and leadership into adult dominated sectors. With a double major in Political Science and Sociology, Iyeshima wishes to combine her passion for food justice and her knowledge of American politics to drive the importance of food in people’s everyday life. References: https://longreads.trust.org/item/black-urban-community-farmers-uproot-food-apartheid-united-stateshttps://www.bnd.com/news/local/article250178725.html SUBSCRIBE TO FREE NEWSLETTER: Be the first to know about new episodes, get mom hacks, and more each week by subscribing to The Monday Momologist. Head over to mahoganymomology.com to get your free newsletter. Produced By: Great Music and Games https://greatmusicandgames.com/ Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website and Shopping: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology

Duration:00:52:30

Season 4: Episode 8: Generational Wealth

11/14/2021
Season 4: Episode 8: Generational Wealth Generational Wealth. We hear this term with the connotation devoted to trust funds and inheritances passed down by (white) family members. Can we have thriving Black businesses/communities to pass our level of generational wealth? ..Let’s talk with our guest entrepreneur, Qui Winfield! Qui Winfield, CEO and Founder of Moms Dance Too . She has been an entrepreneur for more than five years now. She started her first business Cool Moms Dance Too! With her daughter Serenity Marie a few years after the loss of her partner/Serenity’s dad and grew the business to gain partnerships with NAMI GA, Spanx/Sara Blakely Foundation, Kid Bop, The Atlanta Hawks and more. They just released an app via the Apple app store called GenConnect Game: The Game That Gets Families Talking. Cool Moms Dance Too: https://www.coolmomsdancetoo.com/ SUBSCRIBE TO FREE NEWSLETTER: Be the first to know about new episodes, get mom hacks, and more each week by subscribing to The Monday Momologist. Head over to mahoganymomology.com to get your free newsletter. Produced By: Great Music and Games https://greatmusicandgames.com/ Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website and Shopping: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology

Duration:01:14:59

Season 4, Episode 7: The Value of Private School

10/10/2021
Season 4, Episode 7: The Value of Private School: a look at culture and community Show Sponsor: St. Philips School & Community Center https://www.stphilips1600.org/ ABOUT THE EPISODE: In Season 2, we discussed school choice, however focusing on all things private school from a prospective parents POV. Today, we will continue this conversation, however, from the side of administration within the private school. Given the outcomes of protests, of education & mask mandates during the pandemic, especially in large metropolitan school districts, is private school still worth it? We are diving into private schools enriching culture and community relationships with our guests, Darnetta Forteau (Director of Admissions) and Kellee Murrell (Principal), from St. Philip's School and Community Center in Dallas, TX. Guest Momologist, Meet Darnetta Forteau, Director of Admissions . After 18 years in retail leadership and training, Darnetta transitioned into non-profit work and has spent the last 5 years as an Admissions Director. New to St. Philips School and Community Center, she works with an array of different families and genuinely enjoys spending her days helping parents make important educational decisions for their children. Her career shift was born out of her desire to be living a more purposeful life and she sees how God opened many doors to allow for that to happen. Darnetta Forteau lives in Dallas, TX with her husband of 17 years, Damion, and their two little girls, Quinn (10) and Margot (9). They love to travel and are big fans of Korean culture. Guest Momologist, Kellee Murrell received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History Education from Clark Atlanta University and a Master’s in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary. She began her career in Dallas at Tyler Street Christian Academy as a history teacher then continued her passion to educate children at Richardson West Junior High in Richardson ISD. It was there that Mrs. Murrell’s role in education was expanded, serving as the 7th grade girls basketball coach, 21st Century after-school program coordinator, and AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) campus coordinator and teacher. Mrs. Murrell, a native New Yorker, is married to Mark Murrell, Deputy Chief of Community Prosecution and Community Courts for the City of Dallas, and has two wonderful children, Eden and Mark Jr., both students of St. Philip’s School and Community Center. SUBSCRIBE TO FREE NEWSLETTER: Be the first to know about new episodes, get mom hacks, and more each week by subscribing to The Monday Momologist. Head over to mahoganymomology.com to get your free newsletter. Produced By: Great Music and Games https://greatmusicandgames.com/ Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website and Shopping: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology

Duration:01:10:48

Season 4, Episode 6: Childhood Obesity

9/11/2021
Season 4, Episode 6: Childhood Obesity Child Obesity has been on a steady rise over the last 5 years. Childhood obesity in the Black population in the US has climbed to 22% versus 25.8% in the Latino community. Today, we have a guest Momologist and mother of 2, Vanessa Rissetto, to discuss obesity and more. Meet Vanessa Rissetto Vanessa received her MS in Marketing at NYU and completed her Dietetic Internship at Mount Sinai Hospital where she worked as a Senior Dietitian for five years. She is certified in Adult Weight Management (Levels I & II) by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Her work in private practice also includes treatment of GI disorders, bariatric surgery, weight management, PCOS, and family nutrition. She is mostly interested in helping clients to take an active role in their health journey, any of her clients can tell you she motivates and ensures that they always achieve success. Vanessa was named by Essence magazine as one of the top 5 black nutritionists that will change the way you think about food. Vanessa lives in Hoboken NJ with her husband, two kids and their new goldendoodle, Freddie. An exercise junkie she is always up for any class as long as it's after she rides her peloton. Link to Bio: https://culinahealth.com/vanessa-rissetto SUBSCRIBE TO FREE NEWSLETTER: Be the first to know about new episodes, get mom hacks, and more each week by subscribing to The Monday Momologist. Head over to mahoganymomology.com to get your free newsletter. Produced By: Great Music and Games https://greatmusicandgames.com/ Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website and Shopping: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology ---- resources ---- https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/public-health/childhood-obesity-rates-hit-all-time-high-survey-finds.html https://www.cdc.gov/obesity/data/childhood.html https://letsmove.obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/sites/letsmove.gov/files/TaskForce_on_Childhood_Obesity_May2010_FullReport.pdf

Duration:00:49:35

Season 4, Episode 5: Living with Someone with Mental Illness

7/25/2021
Topic: Let’s discuss having a partner and/or being the partner who is neurodiverse with two Momologists: a Therapist, and a Mom who has ADHS herself. Guest Momologists: Meet LaTisha Thomas, LCSW-S graduated in 2005 with her Bachelor of Social Work from Texas Woman’s University She then received a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2006. She has worked at the Department of Veteran Affairs as a clinical social worker for 13 years. In April of 2019, she opened a private practice called Tomorrow and Beyond PLLC in Desoto, Texas. The mission of the practice is to normalize mental wellness for black and brown families. Her specialty is in assisting individuals process traumatic experiences that hinders them from being their best selves. She’s a current professor at Texas Christian University where she sees herself as a catalyst to mold future social workers. LaTisha Thomas does all of this in hopes to live out the legacy of her parents and to ensure her four children have the lives they deserve. Meet Inger Shaye Colzie is an ADHD Coach and Psychotherapist specializing in making a difference for Black woman executives and entrepreneurs, supporting women through clarity, empowerment and resilience. She has successfully run her practice, Alchemy Coaching & Counseling, as a therapist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker for 15 years in spite of being undiagnosed until in her 50s. She offers the benefits of professional expertise with a lifetime of experience. Produced By: Great Music and Games https://greatmusicandgames.com/ Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website and Shopping: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:01:33:20

Season 4, Episode 4: The CROWN Act Part 2

6/20/2021
You have heard of the CROWN Act (Listen to Season 2, Episode 22) but why aren't most states passing this law? Have we seen an improvement in the workforce re: perceptions of natural hair? Is the CROWN Act considered political activism 2.0 (1.5-ish)? Black Moms your voice is your vote! Produced By: Great Music and Games https://greatmusicandgames.com/ Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website and Shopping: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:00:49:06

Season 4, Episode 3: Black Moms & PhDs

6/6/2021
How does one get the support and clarity, as black women within the higher education culture. We’ll be talking with Dr. Monique Bruner. About Guest Momologist Monique Bruner: Dr. Monique Bruner is completed her doctorate while graduating 2 girls from high school and taking in 2 toddlers. Not to mention she raised her husband's sister...we have 35, 21, 20, 6 & 5 year old children. I’ve been in higher education for over 25 years. Episode Sponsor: Juni Essentials https://juniessentials.com/?ref=-seht4hrokub Use Code: MOM20 to save 20% in the month of February 2020 This bamboo toothbrush has a handle with a smooth, luxurious finish and soft, tapered bristles that gets in all the hard-to-reach areas. No need to compromise between sustainability and quality- choose juni! This is perfect for the whole family- especially for those looking to provide a safer alternative to plastic for their kids! Produced By: Great Music and Games https://greatmusicandgames.com/ Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website and Shopping: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist Resources: References American Association of University Women. Fast Facts: Women of Color in Higher Education. Retrieved March 10, 2021, from https://www.aauw.org/resources/article/fast-facts-woc-higher-ed/ Harris, Adam (2019) The Disciplines Where No Black people Earn Ph.Ds, Retrieved https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2019/04/lack-of-black-doctoral-students/587413/ Thomas, T, et.al (2020) Working as a Black Mamademic during COVID-19: Avoid concerns and clarity. Retrieved https://www.citeblackwomencollective.org/our-blog/working-as-a-black-mamademic-during-covid-19-covid-concerns-and-clarities-by-todne-thomas-whitney-pirtle-and-erica-l-williams Ginder, S. et al (2018) Postsecondary Institutions and Cost of Attendance in 2017-18; Degrees and Other Awards Conferred, 2016-17; and 12-Month Enrollment, 2016-17. National Center for Education Statistics. https://nces.ed.gov/pubs2018/2018060REV.pdf Hamrick, Karen (2016) Doctorate Recipients from US Universities. NATIONAL CENTER FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING STATISTICS, Retrieved https://www.nsf.gov/statistics/2018/nsf18304/static/report/nsf18304-report.pdf

Duration:00:37:41

Season 4, Episode 2: Corporate Diversity

2/21/2021
Season 4, Episode 2: Corporate Diversity Mel and Tash discuss how the Black Mom is affected in the new Corporate world of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. Episode Sponsor: Juni Essentials https://juniessentials.com/?ref=-seht4hrokub Use Code: MOM20 to save 20% in the month of February 2020 This bamboo toothbrush has a handle with a smooth, luxurious finish and soft, tapered bristles that gets in all the hard-to-reach areas. No need to compromise between sustainability and quality- choose juni! This is perfect for the whole family- especially for those looking to provide a safer alternative to plastic for their kids! Episode Sponsor: Mother's Magical Milk Link: www.mothersmagicalmilk.com Mother's Magical Milk is a Lactation firm aimed at helping mothers achieve their breastfeeding goals. This is accomplished through Advocacy, Awareness, Education and Confidence as they strive to Normalize Breastfeeding, especially in Black Women. They offer prenatal breastfeeding training, back to work/school preparation & planning in addition to traditional Lactation support services. Produced By: Great Music and Games https://greatmusicandgames.com/ Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website and Shopping: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:01:18:57

Season 4, Episode 1: 2020 - The Year of the Black Woman

2/7/2021
Season 4, Episode 1: 2020 - The Year of the Black Woman 2020 wasn't all that bad was it? Rest In Power: Afiah Bey https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-for-loving-mommas-slain-son-in-s-dallas Produced By: Great Music and Games https://greatmusicandgames.com/ Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:00:49:43

Season 3, Episode 21: The New Educational Wealth Gap

7/26/2020
Season 3, Episode 21: The New Educational Wealth Gap We'll discuss one of those factors that *may* contribute to the decisions OUR families are making--the wealth gap of education. Thanks to social media, not only have we heard the about the expansion of ‘learning pods’, we also hearing of other options like concierge-type teaching where teachers come to their homes. Guest Momologist: Talitha V. Anyabwele is the Founding Director of RISE (Raising Imhotep Scholars of Excellence) Educational Consulting, where they provide African-centered curriculum, as well as education, and cultural diversity training programs to parents, educators and schools. Prior to her consulting business, Talitha was a curriculum developer and specialist for True North Rochester Preparatory School and Uncommon Schools, Principal of Sakkara Youth Institute in Tallahassee, FL, Behavioral Modification Specialist for Hillsborough County Schools, as well as microschool founder and in Singapore and in Atlanta, GA. Talitha is a homeschool parent to two Imani Geniuses for eight years. www.raisingimhotep.com Returning Guest Momologist: Jennifer Henry is a returning Guest Momologist from Season 1, Episode 9: Black Families and Homeschooling. She studied psychology and biology at Howard University and went on to a doctoral program at New York University’s Center for Neuroscience where she was a MacCracken Fellow and an Adjunct Instructor. She earned a Masters of Philosophy in Neuroscience. As a Mom, she became fascinated with the intersection of neuroscience, psychology and early childhood education. She combined these interests to build an award winning private school using her NeuroNurture preschool curriculum and pedagogy. She blogs about her Life, Wife- and Mom-ventures on MilkBrainBlog. She is the founder of HBCU·ish by NeuroNurture on NeuroNurture.org, a new online marketplace that curates and creates educational products and programs that exclusively serve Black children and their multicultural allies. MilkBrain Blog: http://milkbrainblog.com/ Produced By: Greenville Ave. Recording Studio Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:01:18:27

Season 3, Episode 20: On the Couch During the Pandemic

7/19/2020
Topic: We’ve covered a lot of topics during this pandemic, but we’ve never really sat down with ourselves to check in with how the black mother is doing...feeling...surviving during the pandemic. It’s time to schedule an appointment, sit on the couch and make sense of it all with our therapist, Dr. Dahomey Abanishe. About Dr. Dahomey Abanishe Dr. Dahomey Abanishe is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Florida. She has practiced as a psychologist for over 10 years in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Oklahoma. Her clinical focus includes assessment, program development, and cognitive wellness. She often participates in community mental health outreach programming addressing topics such as microaggressions, stress management, healthy relationships, health aging, mindfulness, and career-building. This Episode is Sponsored In Part By: Woodus Obsetrics & Gynecology...We are failing our mothers. Especially our black & brown mamas who are 2x more likely to deliver preterm, 2-3x more likely to experience a fetal death & 3-4x more likely to die from pregnancy related complications. Woodus Obstetrics & Gynecology was established to change this narrative and REALITY. We are working hard to create an experience in women’s healthcare where you are celebrated, not just tolerated. We understand the issues & unique risks that inundate black & brown women in our healthcare system. We are committed to providing all women with the Rights, Respect, & Resources necessary to thrive in every aspect of healthcare. We will continue the work to ensure No mama is left behind. Be seen. Be heard. Be understood at Woodus Obstetrics & Gynecology. Coming soon. Cedar Hill, TX. October 2020. Follow us @docwoodus Produced By: Great Music and Games - www.greatmusicandgames.com | bookdjandre@gmail.com Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:01:07:29

Season 3, Episode 19: School Choice During COVID-19

7/12/2020
Topic: With a little over a month away from school reopening, parents are expressing concerns about the protocols for safe social distancing, sanitation practices, and teacher training. Let’s discuss the education options and concerns during COVID-19. Resources: Kentucky Department of Education (2020 May 15) COVID-19 Considerations for Reopening Schools: Initial Guidance for Schools and Districts. Retrieved: https://education.ky.gov/comm/Documents/Reopening%20Guidance%20%20051520kf_tkt%20421pm%20TM.pdf Statista. (2020 July 10)Total number of cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United States as of July 10, 2020, by state Retrieved: https://www.statista.com/statistics/1102807/coronavirus-covid19-cases-number-us-americans-by-state/ American Academy of Pediatrics. (2020 July 2) Children and COVID-19: State Level Data Report. Retrieved: https://services.aap.org/en/pages/2019-novel-coronavirus-covid-19-infections/children-and-covid-19-state-level-data-report/ APM Research Lab. THE COLOR OF CORONAVIRUS: COVID-19 DEATHS BY RACE AND ETHNICITY IN THE U.S.Retrieved on July 11, 2020: https://www.apmresearchlab.org/covid/deaths-by-race Perelman, Deb (2 July 2020) In the Covid-19 Economy, You Can Have a Kid or a Job. You Can’t Have Both. New York Times. Retrieved: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/02/business/covid-economy-parents-kids-career-homeschooling.html?fbclid=IwAR2itr3JW3BdhePUIuUnASc6GEgbWUcmX1Z7bAz73OPLsnWiYknFKvaWe1s Produced By: Great Music and Games - www.greatmusicandgames.com | bookdjandre@gmail.com Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:01:00:43

Season 3, Episode 18: When its US bullying US

7/5/2020
Topic: When Black women are the token minority in the workforce, we attempt to seek out other Black women co-workers within the office environment. We give the extra inner ‘black fist’ when she is in a higher, executive position. But what happens when that sense of pride and #blackgirlmagic turns to misery and dread the hands of said Black woman? Recently, a collective group of women, called #BlackFemaleAnonymous, wrote a piece in Medium entitled, “The Truth About Essence”, in which they discussed intimidation and possible retaliation upon the demand for resignation of CEO Richelieu Dennis, Michelle Ebanks, Joy Collins Profet, and Moana Luu. We will have the link of the article in our show notes, as well as Essences’ official statement on the criticism of the article. It does bring up an interesting discussion of working under black women in leadership positions. Many love the thought of working under the visual representation of themselves, while others...not so much. Let’s talk bullying is the worst, as an adult, when it’s buy us. The Truth About Essence https://medium.com/@blackfemaleanonymous2020/the-truth-about-essence-532152b08051 Essence Official Statement: https://www.essence.com/business/essence-official-statement-black-womens-anonymous/ Bullied Out of Position: Black Women’s Complex Intersectionality, Workplace Bullying, and Resulting Career Disruption https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Leah_Hollis2/publication/326107893_Bullied_Out_of_Position_Black_Women's_Complex_Intersectionality_Workplace_Bullying_and_Resulting_Career_Disruption/links/5b6b766745851546c9f78491/Bullied-Out-of-Position-Black-Womens-Complex-Intersectionality-Workplace-Bullying-and-Resulting-Career-Disruption.pdf INTERPERSONAL BULLYING BEHAVIOURS IN THE WORKPLACE http://scholar.google.com/scholar_url?url=https://sajip.co.za/index.php/sajip/article/download/256/253&hl=en&sa=X&scisig=AAGBfm184rFhR_GUdaV_VAgBom6FrBM18w&nossl=1&oi=scholarr A Review of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Employee Experiences of Workplace Bullying http://scholar.google.com/scholar_url?url=https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sabir_Giga/publication/260246604_A_Review_of_Black_and_Minority_Ethnic_BME_Employee_Experiences_of_Workplace_Bullying/links/02e7e5315fee497fb2000000/A-Review-of-Black-and-Minority-Ethnic-BME-Employee-Experiences-of-Workplace-Bullying&hl=en&sa=X&scisig=AAGBfm3WNsMzlqP4mYxGDjtE80rTa-gi1A&nossl=1&oi=scholarr Three Perspectives on Workplace Harassment of Women of Color https://digitalcommons.law.ggu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1600&context=ggulrev Women Bullied At Work: Here’s Why Your Female Boss Doesn’t Support You https://www.forbes.com/sites/heidilynnekurter/2020/02/19/women-bullied-at-work-heres-why-your-female-boss-dislikes-you/#742bc78c654b Sista' Abuse: The Prevalence of Black-on-Black Female Bullying in the Workplace? https://www.researchgate.net/publication/263163369_Sista'_Abuse_The_Prevalence_of_Black-on-Black_Female_Bullying_in_the_Workplace Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:00:56:15

Season 3, Episode 17: Researching Your Roots

6/28/2020
Last episode we spoke with Awete Tyehimba, owner of Pan African Connection, about reconnecting with our roots...the inspiration behind the reconnecting. One question we asked was where do we begin. It can be quite an overwhelming and daunting task. We’ll be talking about the process of researching your roots with our guest momologist, Bernetta Knighten of BernettaStyle. Guest Momologist Bio: Bernetta Knighten, is a certified Life Coach who helps motivate women in developing a blueprint to follow their dreams. Bernetta launched the non-profit, The Knighten Project in 2015, with a vision to reinvent how everyday people dream by making one big dream come true for people who have hope, but lack the network, resources, and opportunity. The Midwest native earned her Bachelor’s degree from Alabama State University in Marketing and is a proud ASU Alumni. She is also an Executive Concierge with PwC, PricewaterhouseCoopers in Tampa, Florida. Bernetta has also run her own lifestyle site, BernettaStyle.com for 10 years, which focuses on Family, Fitness and has allowed her to work with big brands such as Disney, Steve Harvey, Home Depot and many more. She also runs an eCommerce business with her daughter, Bailee’s Nail Box and her most recent venture is the podcast, Dream Girl, Dream! Episode is Sponsored In Part by: Wife With a Chef Knife Wife with a Chef Knife is a Black owned/operating company selling Low Carb treats that are perfect for those who are dieting, diabetic including pregnant women with gestational diabetes, low carb, atkins, or keto dieting who are still craving sweets. Shipping is Nationwide. Local Delivery is offered in the Atlanta area. Website is www.wifewithachefknife.com IG is wifewithachefknife Episode is Sponsored In Part by: Bold Believers Bold Believers United is hosting its fourth annual, C4: Christian, Character, College & Career Summer Camp. Traditionally, C4 is held at Southern Methodist University, but in effort to keep everyone safe from COVID-19, C4 will be completely online. We would love for any 13-17yr olds (7-12 graders) to join us this summer! Their registration deadline is July 8th. The C4 camp provides middle and high school students exposure and preparation for college, various career pathways and diverse industry experts who lead workshops, provide mentoring and share expertise throughout the camp. Additionally, students participate in various activities and workshops centered on strengthening their Christian faith, self-esteem, confidence and peer relationships. http://boldbelieversunited.com/ Merch Merch! We have finally launched our retail line of Mahogany Mom Merch! Be a conversation starter with the Continue the Conversation Mug and the This Is Motherhood T-Shirt. Shop today at www.mahoganymomology.com Produced By: Greenville Ave. Recording Studio Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:00:45:38

Season 3, Episode 16: Return to Your Roots

6/14/2020
Season 3, Episode 16: Return to Your Roots Many of us are revamping conversations that we had in 2016 about leaving the United States… Going back to Africa… Reconnecting with our roots. What does that process look like? Where would we begin? We’ll be discussing this with our guest momologist, Aweke Tyehimba. Guest Momologist, Aweke Tyehimba. Bookstore owner Akwete Tyehimba was born on April 3, 1963 in Waco, Texas to Oblee Monroe and Isiah Monroe. She graduated from Richfield High School in Waco, Texas in 1981 and attended McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas, the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas and night classes at North Lake College in Irving, Texas. Akwete has helped on various local campaigns and Co-Founded the Pan-African Connection with her late husband in 1989. In 2013, Tyehimba was named one of thirty of the most interesting people in Dallas by the Dallas Observer. Tyehimba had three children with her late husband, Bandele Tyehimba; Adjwoa, Bambata and Sekou. Website: https://www.panafricanconnection.com/ This Episode is Sponsored by: HAKing Innovation: Virtual Summer Camps Available. Visit https://www.hakinginnovation.org/ to learn more and register and make sure to follow on social media @HAKinnovation on all platforms to stay updated. Living Legacy 360: Find resources, build even stronger connections with your children and the tribe/Village surrounding you. Living Legacy believes in living life from a 360 point of view. www.livinglegacy360.com Merch Merch! We have finally launched our retail line of Mahogany Mom Merch! Be a conversation starter with the Continue the Conversation Mug and the This Is Motherhood T-Shirt. Shop today at www.mahoganymomology.com Produced By: Greenville Ave. Recording Studio Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:00:51:21

Season 3, Episode 15:The Brown Mama’s Mindset

5/31/2020
Topic: The Brown Mama’s Mindset A little self-care is warranted during this time for our black mothers nationwide. Not self-care in terms of deflecting your feelings and concerns (or maybe that might be true, for the moment, as well), but maybe a sense of reflection of who you are and how you can move forward?? how to prioritize your time for thoughtful conversation in positive mobilization?...or maybe reflect on your personality as a black mother and the tribe you wish to exist in? Bio: Muffy Mendoza is a tribe builder, informational and motivational speaker, author and executive director at Brown Mamas, a Pittsburgh-based fiscally sponsored nonprofit that works to provide moms-of-color with positive socialization opportunities and connect them with the resources and information they need to raise happy, healthy adults. Most notably, Muffy is known for having cultivated a community of nearly 5,000 African-American moms hungry for social change due to a lack of safe spaces for moms-of-color in the Pittsburgh region. Muffy has leveraged this platform to author her first book, The Brown Mama Mindset, that was featured at the 2018 Essence Festival and is currently sold at various cities across the U.S.Muffy stays focused on tribe building at home as a homeschooling mom of 3 boys and wife of one awesome husband. When she’s low-key Muffy loves reading history books and watching boring documentaries (at least that how her boys describe them) Links: brownmamas.com Merch Merch! We have finally launched our retail line of Mahogany Mom Merch! Be a conversation starter with the Continue the Conversation Mug and the This Is Motherhood T-Shirt. Shop today at www.mahoganymomology.com Produced By: Greenville Ave. Recording Studio Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:00:49:29

Season 3, Episode 14: Buy Black

5/25/2020
Topic: Buy Black Data from the Small Business Administration indicates that just over 19 million businesses, or 70.9 percent of all U.S. businesses, are white-owned. Blacks own about 2.6 million businesses or 9.5 percent of all U.S. businesses, and Latinos own 3.3 million businesses or 12.2 percent of all American businesses. Obvious questions include: Why the disproportion is fund disbursement? Is buying black more important today than 70 years ago? Why? Why not? We’ll get into if and why buying black matters today. Merch Merch! We have finally launched our retail line of Mahogany Mom Merch! Be a conversation starter with the Continue the Conversation Mug and the This Is Motherhood T-Shirt. Shop today at www.mahoganymomology.com Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:00:41:54

Season 3, Episode 13: Sexual Liberation

5/17/2020
Topic: Mel and Tash have a deeper conversation on how hip hop, tv, and shopping has shaped us as we were growing up and how it may have affected our motherhood. Sources: https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/megan-thee-stallion-cardi-b-lizzo-are-leading-pleasure-politics-ncna1029961 https://www.allthelyrics.com/lyrics/roxanne_shante/brothers_aint_shit-lyrics-1161660.html https://www.allthelyrics.com/lyrics/roxanne_shante/independent_woman-lyrics-1161663.html https://www.nytimes.com/1986/06/15/books/sexism-racism-and-black-women-writers.html Merch Merch! We have finally launched our retail line of Mahogany Mom Merch! Be a conversation starter with the Continue the Conversation Mug and the This Is Motherhood T-Shirt. Shop today at www.mahoganymomology.com Produced By: Greenville Ave. Recording Studio Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:00:51:23

2nd Anniversary: Season 3/Episode 12: The Mindful Mom

5/10/2020
Topic: Have you ever heard of mindfulness meditation? We think it’s fitting to discuss this during these difficult times. According to Wikipedia, Mindfulness is the psychological process of purposely bringing one's attention to experiences occurring in the present moment without judgment, which one develops through the practice of meditation and through other training. Mindfulness meditation asks us to suspend judgment and unleash our natural curiosity about the workings of the mind, approaching our experience with warmth and kindness, to ourselves and others. (Source: mindful.org). The motherhood journey is a stressful one. While we can talk about wine socials as a source of dealing (or escapism),We can imagine others are seeking a different approach for stress management. Let’s explore this thought process of mindfulness meditation with our guest momologist, Alana Sutton Watkins. Guest Momologist: Alana Sutton Watkins is an entrepreneur (she started an African print curator apparel store), homeschool mom of 3, wife, and now blogger. A Graduate of University of Missouri, a former Board Member of Alley’s House and a Member of Mocha Moms and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Alana currently lives in Philadelphia https://alanasuttonwatkins.com/ Merch Merch! We have finally launched our retail line of Mahogany Mom Merch! Be a conversation starter with the Continue the Conversation Mug and the This Is Motherhood T-Shirt. Shop today at www.mahoganymomology.com Produced By: Greenville Ave. Recording Studio Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mahoganymomologist

Duration:00:41:35