5 Podcasts to Get You Through the Spring Semester

As the spring 2019 semester comes to a close and exams are on the horizon, get into these fun, thought-provoking podcasts by women and men of color!

Jesus and Jollof

Jesus and Jollof podcast will expose you to comedic relief, a glimpse in Nigerian culture, bonds of friendship and the power in uplifting your loved ones. This podcast promotes the betterment of one’s self while exploring topics, such as dating someone from a different culture or religious background, different stages in one’s life, and balancing relationships.

Available to stream on Spotify and on Apple Music.

SelfishBabe #SelfishTalk Podcast

The SelfishBabeSelfishTalk Podcast promotes reflection on your behaviors, relationships with others and with yourself, from examining trauma to protecting your energy. Olani Keeosi guides podcast listeners through a self-love journey with many stops on our way to self acceptance and self-awareness.

Available to stream on AppleMusic and the GooglePlay Store.

The Joe Budden Podcast

As stated by one the podcast’s castmates, the Joe Budden Podcast is “a way for women to look into the safe spaces for men...without any filters.” Joe Budden and his castmates explore relevant topics such as relationships, dating, new music, and hip hop while connecting them to modern events and pop culture.

Available to stream on Apple Music, Spotify, and Soundcloud.

Clever Girls Know!

This is the perfect podcast for the 20-somethings(or older) looking to start off their financial freedom on a positive foot. The Clever Girls Know! Podcast, hosted by Bola Sokunbi, discusses managing debt of all kinds, methods of negotiation, setting achievable financial goals, entrepreneurship, money, marriage, and so much more. Sokunbi covers all financial pitfalls and ladders in an ever changing fiscal market with the goal of putting women on track for creating generational wealth.

Available to stream on Apple Music, the GooglePlay Store, and Soundcloud.

Therapy for Black Girls

Therapy for Black Girls podcast is hosted by Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, who is a Licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia. On this podcast, she discusses all things under the umbrella of mental health including body image, self worth, building intentional relationships, intergenerational trauma, etc.

Available to stream on Apple Music, the GooglePlay Store, Acast, RadioPublic, and Spotify.

If you have any other recommendations on your favorite podcast or would like to discuss these podcasts in the comments, please comment below. Finish out the semester strong!

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