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May 11, 2022

Ep 122: I Have A Lot Of Pride In My Name ft Latrice Sampson Richards

Latrice Sampson Richards is one of the most authentic and best voices in the podcast space. Latrice is also a Licensed Mental Hea…

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May 4, 2022

EP 121: There’s No Crying In Wakanda ft Joe & JayG from The Nerds Wit…

We're back with two of the US Virgin Island's best sons. The Force wasn't strong enough to handle this episode. Just have your ti…

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April 13, 2022

EP 120 : The Idea Of Making Films Started Early For Me ft Rahman Olad…

Rahman Oladigbolu came out of a seven-year illness battling sickle cell and began pursuing his dream of making movies. Rahman's b…

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March 30, 2022

Ep 118 : Women’s History Month 2022

As we wrap up women's history month for the year 2022. This episode is a celebration of the diversity and identities of the wonde…

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March 2, 2022

Ep 114: My Name Has Served Me Well ft Michelle Ngome

As Women's History Month kicks off, I have the honor of hosting Michelle Ngome, an Inclusive Marketing Consultant/Speaker who is …

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Feb. 23, 2022

EP 113: I Want To Bridge The Gap With The Diaspora ft Corey Gumbs

We wrap up Black History Month with the founder of the Black Podcasters Association Corey Gumbs. Corey walks us through amazing f…

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Feb. 16, 2022

EP 112: It’s Impossible To Talk About American History Without Black …

Shawn Connors is the creator, founder, & host of the '757 Renaissance Man' Podcast and 'LVAD Talks' He is also the brain behind t…

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Feb. 9, 2022

EP 111: Art Is The Truest Expression of Oneself ft Shawn Hill

Welcome to an episode with an artist extraordinaire. Shawn Hill was introduced to me by a fantastic friend of the podcast and gue…

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Feb. 2, 2022

EP 110: I Can Be The Bridge ft Martine Kalaw

The CEO & Founder of Martine Kalaw Enterprises joins us to share her very powerful and inspiring story as we kick off Black Histo…

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Oct. 20, 2021

EP 99: Black History Is Global History ft Fayida Jailler

Fayida Jailler is without a doubt one of my favorite people of 2021. Fayida is a YouTuber, educator, activist, linguist, and trav…

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Sept. 29, 2021

EP 95 : Someone Who Plays Strings ft Nalasi Mendy

I have known today's guest for close to a decade back when I lived in Texas. Nalasi Mendy always struck me as a simple yet fun-lo…

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Sept. 22, 2021

EP 94: Let‘s Live & Not Just Exist ft Rasheed Ojerinde

If you aren't following Progressive Migrant on Instagram, you are missing out on a lot! I start most of my mornings with the affi…

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Aug. 4, 2021

EP 88 : A Place Where Your Leg Sinks Into The Mud ft Rodney Jehu-Appi…

Rodney Jehu-Appiah may have been raised in a country that I have links to, however, his ancestral ties go beyond West Africa and …

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May 19, 2021

EP 77: Wellness Is Accessible to You ft Tawanda Asamaowei "The Namast…

Tawanda Asamaowei is one of the coolest women in my family and I am super proud to call her my cousin. Come meet the only Tawanda…

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March 17, 2021

EP 70: Passion Will Give You Authenticity ft Sarah Haruna Moda

It's an honor to have a woman who I have known since my virgin days on the internet who has always been an inspiration along with…

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