Can Poetry Help Your Depression? With Sydney Conteh
The Black & Raww Podcast
by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
1w ago
In this episode, we're thrilled to have Sydney join us. Sydney is not just a teacher but also a poet and an advocate for emotional well-being through creative expression. Together, we'll explore Sydney's unique journey and the impactful work they're doing in their community. From facing discrimination as a teacher to using poetry as a tool for mental health, Sydney shares their experiences and insights with honesty and passion. We'll dive deep into the importance of cultural representation in education, the transformative power of poetry, and the role of creativity in fostering emotional resi ..read more
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Does the CIA do more harm than good? With Christopher Hood
The Black & Raww Podcast
by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
1w ago
In today's episode, we're joined by Christopher Hood, a multifaceted individual whose journey spans from developing police technologies to unveiling covert government activities through his writing. Christopher shares the pivotal moments that led him to transition from his work in law enforcement technology to becoming an author dedicated to exposing hidden histories. He delves into the motivations behind his desire to unveil untold truths, particularly inspired by a transformative riot experience that sparked his mission to shed light on the secret drug epidemic in Detroit. We explore the h ..read more
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"Breath Beyond Boundaries: Can Spirituality, Breathwork, and Open Conversations Truly Heal? With Jess Patra
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
1M ago
In this episode, we explore the profound intersections of spirituality, breathwork, community, and mental health. In today's episode, we are joined by Jess, a spiritual mentor and breathwork practitioner, who shares her unique upbringing bridging Balinese Hinduism and Australian heritage. Join us as we unravel the importance of community in the healing process, drawing inspiration from our ancestral roots. Discover the transformative power of breathwork with Jess, exploring conscious connected breathwork for its calming effects on the nervous system and its role in addressing trauma and mental ..read more
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"Breath Beyond Boundaries: Can Spirituality, Breathwork, and Open Conversations Truly Heal? With Jess Petra
The Black & Raww Podcast
by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
1M ago
In this episode, we explore the profound intersections of spirituality, breathwork, community, and mental health. In today's episode, we are joined by Jess, a spiritual mentor and breathwork practitioner, who shares her unique upbringing bridging Balinese Hinduism and Australian heritage. Join us as we unravel the importance of community in the healing process, drawing inspiration from our ancestral roots. Discover the transformative power of breathwork with Jess, exploring conscious connected breathwork for its calming effects on the nervous system and its role in addressing trauma and mental ..read more
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"Haiti Unleashed: From Revolution to Ruin - Was Independence Worth the Price?" with Fritznel Octave
The Black & Raww Podcast
by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
1M ago
Today we embark on a journey through the vibrant tapestry of Haitian history and culture. Our guest today, the knowledgeable and passionate Fritznel, will be our guide through the intricate chapters of Haiti's past and present. Fritznel delves deep into Haiti's indigenous roots, the harsh realities of colonization, and the impact of slavery on this beautiful island nation. Join us as we explore how Haiti became a central hub in the transatlantic slave trade, its struggles, and the ultimate triumph of the Haitian Revolution in 1804, establishing the first Black republic and free state. But the ..read more
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"Justice or Justification: Does Discrimination Persist in the Legal System?" with Eric Williams
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
1M ago
Eric C. Williams, Managing Director at the Detroit Justice Center and Founder/CEO of Eric C. Williams, PLLC, is a stalwart advocate for economic equity in Detroit. Specializing in trademark and Intellectual Property law, he serves Detroit's entrepreneurial ecosystem and non-profit entities. With a notable background including roles at Wayne State University Law School and prestigious New York firms, Eric holds a J.D. from Columbia Law School, an M.Phil. from Cambridge University, and a B.A. from the University of Michigan. An impactful keynote speaker addressing critical topics like surveillan ..read more
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What is Afropantheology? with Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki
The Black & Raww Podcast
by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
2M ago
Welcome to the B&R podcast where we create the space and dialogue for black men to be authentically themselves. With interviews from different black men doing great things and topic-specific episodes that can bring value to an understanding of black masculinity. In this episode, our host Tino takes you on a journey into the world of Afropantheology with the incredibly talented writer, Oghenechovwe. Oghenechovwe shares the profound influence of his grandmother's imaginative stories around the campfire, shaping his current Afropantheological works that seamlessly blend spirituality and scien ..read more
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Why Has Tino Been MIA?
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
3M ago
Welcome back to Black and Raww Podcast, I know I've been a bit MIA lately, but I promise there's a good reason. So, grab your headphones and settle in as I spill the tea on what's been happening in my world.   First things first, I graduated from social work last year and took a well-deserved year off. It's been an incredible year, and I can't wait to share more details in our upcoming yearly review episode.   Now, let's talk job hunting. I had my sights set on a specific local authority, and I was so confident in my skills that I didn't apply anywhere else. Crazy, right? Well, my mo ..read more
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"Is Resilience the Key to Wellness? Exploring Coach Sebastian's Extraordinary Journey"
The Black & Raww Podcast
by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
3M ago
Meet Coach Sebastian, a Swedish native with a Cape Verdean heritage, whose life journey has been nothing short of remarkable. Coach Sebastian's story is one of resilience, personal growth, and a deep commitment to promoting inclusivity and well-being. From early challenges, including encounters with neo-nazis and racism, to his passion for martial arts that instilled discipline from a young age, his path is a testament to the power of determination and self-discovery. At just 17, Coach Sebastian stumbled upon a transformative force that changed the course of his life. Fast forward to today, an ..read more
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Do YOU Feel Valued At Work? Movember conversation with Sita Mckee
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
4M ago
Sita McKee is a highly qualified wellbeing professional with a strong academic background, including a master's degree in Psychology and Neuroscience of Mental Health from King's College London, and bachelor's degrees in Mental Health Nursing and Economics and Psychology. With extensive experience as a mental health nurse, Sita has held various roles at a Mental Health NHS Trust, refining her leadership and management skills. She is known for her coordination and planning abilities and has successfully organized trust-wide nursing assessment centers. Sita's diverse background and deep understa ..read more
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