Parenting/ Family Matters
Daughter (iOS) - Daughter is a podcast series dedicated to sharing the untold stories of my mother, who also happens to have to been a child bride, a refugee, and a prison escapee.
Fare of the Free Child - iOS - soundcloud - Fare of the Free Child is a weekly podcast that aims to centralize Black and Brown people in discussions about unconventional parenting. With a particular interest in unschooling and the self-directed education movement, Akilah S. Richards and special guest co-hosts will discuss the fears and the fares (costs) of raising liberated children of color in a world that tends to diminish, dehumanize, and disappear them.
How To Get Away With Parenting (soundcloud) - iOS - How To Get Away With Parenting is not going to teach anyone how to get away with parenting. It's a podcast hosted by new mom, Malaika Dower. She talks to other parents, non-parents, and pretty much anyone she finds interesting, about all the things she probably should have thought about before she had a kid.
mater mea - iOS - soundcloud - mater mea celebrates Black women at the intersection of career and family. We talk about the issues that matter most to Black professional women, from work-life balance and self-care to navigating career obstacles and whether or not we want kids in the first place.
Moms With Dreams - iOS - stitcher - Moms With Dreams Podcast is a weekly show dedicated to empowering moms, one dream at a time. Each week amazing women (and a few men here and there) share their entrepreneurial journey, including their 'aha moments', challenges and dreams.
The Black Dad podcast - iOS - soundcloud - The hosts, Jamal Press and Murphy are two brand new dads who don’t know anything about being dads but are taking it one sleepless day/night at a time... It's all sleepless. Listen in every week as they discover with each podcast what it truly means to be a father.
The Black Neighbors Podcast (soundcloud) - iOS - The Black Neighbors Podcast is Walt and Egypt Charles, a married couple with two kids, speaking on the ups and downs of being a middle class black family in a predominately white suburban neighborhood.