The all-in-one database for podcast and radio shows in a variety of subjects. You want to find someone who looks like you talking about things, ideas and events that are specific to the black struggle and elevation in politics, news, economics, finance. Black Talk Radio Network is the perfect destination.
Dreams In Drive is a weekly podcast w/ Rana Campbell where you'll learn how to take your dreams out of PARK and into DRIVE. Our guests share their personal #dreamdriving stories and personal keys to success that have allowed them to successfully create lives full of fulfillment and passion. We chat entrepreneurship, success, branding, marketing, motivational, and general life tips that you can use as you put your #dreamsindrive.
TWO BLACK GUYS WITH GOOD CREDIT is a show about two guys from Canada living in the US for over 20 years (Arlington in Los Angeles and Shaun in Brooklyn). Both are business owners with successful track records and, of course, good credit! Each week they will bring you their ‘straight talk’ and at times humorous perspective on making, managing, and protecting your money.
Financially Clean provides education for middle school, high school and college students looking to learn how to manage their money and stay away from debt.
The Minority Trailblazer is a weekly podcast posted every Thursday hosted by Greg E. Hill (www.GregEHill.com). This podcast is dedicated to minorities who are blazing a trail in a variety of industries such as education, business, comedy, entrepreneurship, etc. My goal is to share their stories in hopes to inspire, educate, and ultimately encourage others to live with purpose and passion
Paychecks & Balances is a funformative podcast for millennials interested in making money, saving money and getting out of debt. We (Rich @IamRichJones and Marcus @TheMarcusGarrett) leverage our experiences to provide entertaining insights and helpful tips on money management, professional growth, and other topics relevant to 20 and 30-somethings trying to get ahead.
Chris Hogan, Known as America’s voice on retirement, he delivers insightful ideas and lessons on subjects that include how to find extra money for retirement, the ultimate 401(k) questions you should be asking, and how a millennial can approach retirement planning.
Check out some resources and sources who detail their experiences or expertise in financial planning, budgeting and getting out debt. We will update with more on the topic of Financial Awareness and building wealth.
Who's Teaching Black Women About Financial Literacy?
Tay Talks Money- Taylor Grant
Building Bread - Kevin L. Matthews II
Podcast to take a listen too!
Journey to Launch- Jamila Souffrant
Journey to Launch was created by Jamila Souffrant, a certified financial education instructor. She and her husband saved and invested $85,300 in one year. While you might not be able to duplicate that, you can definitely learn some invaluable tips about money management from her. She normally has a new guest on weekly and the majority of her shows are shorter than 40 minutes. Episode 16 is one of her most powerful episodes; she speaks to a single mother, Naseema McElroy, about how she went from being broke to paying off $300,000 in debt!
The Clever Girls Know Podcast- By. Bola Sokunbi
Clever Girl Finance was created by Bola Onada Sokunbi in to help women, "ditch debt, save money, and build real wealth." Right after graduating from college, she saved over $100,000 in a little more than 3 years. Her goal is to build generational wealth for her children. In episode 66 she brings on another Black podcast owner, Tai Mcneely, to discuss marriage and money.
Rise and Grind Podcast by. Daymon John
The Rise and Grind podcast was created by Daymond John, the creator of FUBU and Shark tank star! Currently the podcast only has two episodes up but it is worth adding to your podcast list. While listening, you might come up with some million dollar business ideas of your own.
His & Her Money Podcast by. Taleet and Tai McNeely:
The His & Her Money podcast was created by Talaat & Tai McNeely in 2014. The couple paid off $30,000 in debt in one year! According to their site, they were total opposites when it came to managing their money. Listen to this podcast for tips on how to get on the same page with your partner about money.
Learning how to navigate America and the institution of capitalism is not as simple as one might think. Learning the ends and outs of history and how our ignorance has played a significant role in the growth of every civilization on this planet helps you understand the importance of financial literacy. Dr. Claud Anderson speaks candidly on the Black Americans role to build and empower white people in this country through our labor. Click below to hear his AudioBook for Black Labor, White Wealth.
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