Sigue escuchando y aprendiendo | Podcasts de marzo

Check out these newly released podcast episodes! (Anna Tarazevich)

We’ve been listening to some great podcasts this month. Here are just a few. 

the friend zone
With a new release every Wednesday you are bound to find something you can relate to in this positive and informative podcast hosted by Dustin Ross, HeyFranHey & Assante. They tackle mental health, mental wealth and mental hygiene each week. These are longer than your average podcast at ~2 hours each episode. Great listening for a road trip, bike ride or long walk. 

Anthems Women
Dropping a new podcast every day during [Black] Women’s History Month, Anthems gives voice to the personal journals of women in episodes produced by women for women. Featuring StormyJHeyFranHeyMasuma Ahuja, Almaz Ohene, and Suriya Aisha, among many others. 

Black Girls Heal
This podcast aims at helping women break out of cycles of unhealthy relationships. Each episode addresses intimacy, attachment, healing unresolved trauma and self-worth. New episodes drop each week.  

The Black Girl Bravado
Hosted by Germani Manning and Brittany Lackey, this podcast seeks to build community amongst women of color through the expressions of laughter and love, relevant content, and knowledgeable, well informed guests. New episodes drop each week exploring topics and issues centered around self-care, self-love, health and wellness, spirituality, entrepreneurship and more. 

Gettin’ Grown
New episodes each week find Keia and Jade trying to figure out life as 30-somethings. Through Kitchen TableTalk, Petty Peees and Lessons in Black Women Self Care, they are sharing their journey learning how to adult. They kick off Women’s History Month with a discussion of the joys of being Black Women.  

The Grow Your Glow Podcast
Adrienne Bennnett hosts this podcast dedicated to the daily habits of self-care. The March 8th release is a conversation with artist Veronica Leto about an artist’s journey to reclaim self through creativity. 

Sobre el autor

Miller es una artista visual, escritora y activista por la justicia social. Trabaja en The Lighthouse | Black Girl Projects y vive en Jackson, MS.

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