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Having burst on the scene as a highly sought-after photographer by some of the most recognizable brands in media, Bukunmi’s story is exceptional. After originally moving to California to pursue a corporate career, she honed her photography skills in various unpaid internships and freelance ventures until she set her sights on escaping the “9 to 5” world to pursue her dream. She touts her hunger for knowledge and unending hustle as her keys to success and encourages us all to allow our work to be an authentic representation of who we are instead of what we think others want it to be.
To check out Bukunmi’s portfolio visit: www.bukunmigrace.com
Visit Bukunmi on Instagram at: @bukunmigrace
Find out more about Bukunmi’s Unity in Color project: https://www.unityincolor.org/
We ALL have more in common than that which divides us. Hosts of ground-breaking podcast, Me and the Gay Homie, DeOtis Tole and Joe Gardina, chat with us about common misconceptions in the Black community between gay and straight men. Plus, catch an interesting discussion about the often-debated question of whether people are born gay, and a perspective on how we all can start to mend fences and bridge some of the cultural divide that has surfaced due to the current socio-political climate. It’s time we take a stand in our community by not only saying, Black Lives Matter, but showing we mean it by unconditionally embracing ALL of our brothers and sisters.
To check out the Me and the Gay Homie podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/me-and-the-gay/id1202087371
After her life began to spiral out of control following a series of physical, psychological and emotional battles, Mecca Elliot, Founder of spiritual sanctuary Lighthaus, decided to take matters into her own hands and seek healing for her personal challenges. For four months she became engulfed in conscious living, rediscovered herself and emerged healed from all of her ailments. Mecca encourages us all to find the courage to seek our own spiritual path that is in alignment with our soul’s journey. We don’t have to choose, and finding the balance between our religious and spiritual practices is how we discover an authentic path to connecting with our higher power and becoming the best version of ourselves.
To find out more about Mecca, follow her on Instagram at: @mecca.elliot
Visit Mecca online: http://www.Weightlessmeditation.com
In this eye-opening conversation on how the dark skin versus light skin debate continues to drive a wedge in our community, host of the Militantly Mixed podcast and entrepreneur, Sharmane AKA MixedGirlMane, shares her personal story of finding self-acceptance and identity as a person of mixed-race heritage. Amidst her constant struggle of not being “black enough” for some or being “too black” for others, she offers an interesting take on the guilt and shame mixed-race people feel when being celebrated for their lighter skin or perceived “exoticness”. Plus, she gives us her best tips on how we all can bridge the racial divide to celebrate and honor the full spectrum of beauty within our culture.
Check out the Militantly Mixed podcast at: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/militantly-mixed/id1400643973
Check out the BLERDcoMIXed podcast at: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blerdcomixed/id1430355476
In this remarkable story of redemption, motivational Speaker and founder of youth empowerment non-profit, Share Necessities, Inc., Arjuna O’Neal, recounts how a drug deal turned bad ended up in him being shot and pronounced dead. He credits a life-changing conversation with God and an extraordinary lesson in the power of love and forgiveness for completely turning his life around. Now saving the lives of at-risk youth by teaching them the importance of healthy living through yoga and mindfulness, he teaches us all that our past does not define our future.
Visual storyteller, creative mastermind and entrepreneur Tre Borden gives us his take on why art is such a powerful medium for promoting social change. Recounting his own unexpected journey from Ivy League grad to artistic producer, he encourages everyone to buck the status quo and expectations of others to pursue work that is both meaningful and impactful to you.
After his career took a number of unexpected turns, Jay Connor, co-host of “The Extraordinary Negroes” podcast, stopped chasing the almighty dollar and found his way back to his creative roots. A multi-talented writer, producer, and Editor at The Root, Jay reminds us that the road to success is never a straight line and that the best way to control our destiny is to be in the driver’s seat.
Check out The Extraordinary Negroes podcast at: http://www.theextraordinarynegroes.com/
Justin recaps his recent experience on a 7-day digital detox retreat and offers practical tips for creating your own digital detox experience right from the comfort of your own home. You won’t believe the profound impact even a mini-tech hiatus can have on your life.
MARRIAGE. Whether you dream of saying “I do” or you think the idea of marriage is stupid, this episode will rock your world. The reason so many marriages fail is because they’re based on OLD values and traditions. My guest, Justin Riley, Co-host of the Married Millennials™ podcast, explains the 5 essentials for a NEW vision of marriage. A marriage that can last. A marriage that isn’t like your parents’. A marriage that provides balance and equality. A marriage for millennials.
Check out the Married Millennials podcast at: https://lovejays.com/category/married-millennials-podcast/
Sex is not just about pleasure. It can actually lead to heightened consciousness and influence how we live our purpose. Our guests, Rafaella Fiallo and Dalychia Saah of Afrosexology are taking the taboo out of sex, and discussing how we can transform pleasure into power by exploring, reclaiming, and celebrating our sexuality.
For more information on Afrosexology, visit http://www.afrosexology.com
Visit them online at http://www.instagram.com/afrosexology
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