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Black People are awesome and we have something to say!

Latest Episodes

Black Women's Summit: Black to the Future (Recap)

In the fifth and final episode of the Black Women's Summit, co-producer, Jamaal Williams and I (Treosha Blue) talk about what we learned and the future of Black Women in the United States. Special thanks to all the ladies who participated in the inaugural Black Women's Summit Morgan Gobert, Kheri Monks, Kamika Tanner, and Niaja Jackson.

77 MIN2017 NOV 24
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Black Women's Summit: Black to the Future (Recap)

Black Women's Summit: Black Wealth

In the fourth episode of the Black Women's Summit, guest Niaja Jackson of Naturally Niaja J discuss Black Wealth. Niaja also shares her experience of running for local office and what she learned as a result.

64 MIN2017 NOV 23
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Black Women's Summit: Black Wealth

Black Women's Summit: Black Love

In the third episode of the Black Women's Summit, guest Kamika Tanner of Tanner Signature Group, LLC and Jamaal Williams, co-producer of the Black Women's Summit discuss Black Love. Kamika breaks down what being submissive means in a relationship.

55 MIN2017 NOV 22
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Black Women's Summit: Black Love

Black Women's Summit: The War on Black Women

In the second episode of the Black Women's Summit, guest Morgan Gobert of NoeMax Marketing and Kamika Tanner of Tanner Signature Group, LLC discuss the War On Black Women in this country. We talk about the disparities in adequate Health care among Black Women

61 MIN2017 NOV 21
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Black Women's Summit: The War on Black Women

Black Women's Summit: The Historical Role of Black Women

In the first episode of the Black Women's Summit, guest Morgan Gobert of NoeMax Marketing and Kheri Monks discuss the role of Black Women in this country and how Black Women continue to evolve. Kheri also shares the birth of her daughter Gem and she shares the origins of her name (she is not name after Jem and the Holograms) and the March of Dimes fundraiser, #IAMHereForGem.

50 MIN2017 NOV 20
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Black Women's Summit: The Historical Role of Black Women

Black Women's Summit Preview

This episode is a small preview of the episodes to come. Jamaal Williams, frequent guest of the Black People Speak Podcast suggested that we (Treosha Blue, host) host a Summit for Black Women. What intended to be one episode blossomed into five episodes ranging from our role in the United States, the War waged against us, Black Love and Black Wealth.

2 MIN2017 NOV 15
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Black Women's Summit Preview

Jamaal Williams Returns

Friend of the show Jamaal Williams returns to discuss 45, the future of DNC, and the tragic events of Charlottesville, and more! You can email Jamaal Williams at jamaalw2002@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter @alluredevelop. You can follow the host Treosha Blue on Twitter @truebluecollabo. You can follow the show on Social Media. Twitter: @blkpplspeak InstaGram: @blkpplspeak Facebook:https://tinyurl.com/ya4y9ogf You can sign up to receive our daily Newspaper The Black People Speak Daily Here: paper.li/e-1476883883#/ Email the show: blkpplspeak@gmail.com

94 MIN2017 AUG 22
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Jamaal Williams Returns

Cam F Awesome

Cam describes this podcast best on Twitter: Here is the summary. As a guest on a podcast today Treosha: Where can our listeners find you? Cam: Craiglist Misconnections Treosha: *Silence* If you want to connect with Cam I guess to Craiglist Misconnections. Check Cam out in the Netflix Documentary Counter Punch We want to hear from you. Email us your thoughts at blkpplspeak@gmail.com. Follow Treosha on Twitter @truebluecollabo Black People Speak on Twitter @blkpplspeak Follow us on Facebook at Black People Speak

61 MIN2017 JUN 21
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Cam F Awesome

The Yoni Place featuring Ashlee Long

Treosha has a great conversation with Ashlee Long, founder of The Yoni Place. Ashlee discusses the highs and lows on her journey through entrepreneurship. She tells us how she handles failure. She tells why she chose Grambling State University and her experience at the school. We talk about the Grambling/Southern University rival. She also talks about the advantages of having an attorney on deck. She also reads me about my gmail account. If you are in the Dallas area on Saturday, June 24th stop by the grand opening of The Yoni Place at The View At Kessler Park, 2511 Wedglea Dr., Set 11A, Dallas, TX 75211 from 1 PM until. If you can't make the grand opening go to theyoniplace.com Follow on Facebook and Instagram at The Yoni Place We want to hear your thoughts about this episode. Send an email to blkpplspeak@gmail.com Follow on Facebook at Black People Speak Follow on Twitter @blkpplspeak Follow Treosha on Twitter @truebluecollabo

70 MIN2017 JUN 13
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The Yoni Place featuring Ashlee Long

Season 2 Premiere

The season 2 premiere the host, Treosha Blue is solo. She shares the 3 words she is currently using to define herself and tells the birth of the Black People Speak podcast. The current events of the past week, 45's diplomatic tour, Jared Kushner, and the Police. She gives some advice to Baton Rouge Mayor Sharon Weston Broome. She praises the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema for their all women screenings of Wonder Women. She gives shoutouts to her parents, Joyce and Ricky Blue and Morgan Gobert of Noemax Marketing. We want to hear from you! Send email to blkpplspeak@gmail.com Follow the host Treosha Blue on Twitter @truebluecollabo or the show @blkpplspeak Follow us on Facebook at Black People Speak

26 MIN2017 JUN 13
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Season 2 Premiere

Latest Episodes

Black Women's Summit: Black to the Future (Recap)

In the fifth and final episode of the Black Women's Summit, co-producer, Jamaal Williams and I (Treosha Blue) talk about what we learned and the future of Black Women in the United States. Special thanks to all the ladies who participated in the inaugural Black Women's Summit Morgan Gobert, Kheri Monks, Kamika Tanner, and Niaja Jackson.

77 MIN2017 NOV 24
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Black Women's Summit: Black to the Future (Recap)

Black Women's Summit: Black Wealth

In the fourth episode of the Black Women's Summit, guest Niaja Jackson of Naturally Niaja J discuss Black Wealth. Niaja also shares her experience of running for local office and what she learned as a result.

64 MIN2017 NOV 23
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Black Women's Summit: Black Wealth

Black Women's Summit: Black Love

In the third episode of the Black Women's Summit, guest Kamika Tanner of Tanner Signature Group, LLC and Jamaal Williams, co-producer of the Black Women's Summit discuss Black Love. Kamika breaks down what being submissive means in a relationship.

55 MIN2017 NOV 22
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Black Women's Summit: Black Love

Black Women's Summit: The War on Black Women

In the second episode of the Black Women's Summit, guest Morgan Gobert of NoeMax Marketing and Kamika Tanner of Tanner Signature Group, LLC discuss the War On Black Women in this country. We talk about the disparities in adequate Health care among Black Women

61 MIN2017 NOV 21
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Black Women's Summit: The War on Black Women

Black Women's Summit: The Historical Role of Black Women

In the first episode of the Black Women's Summit, guest Morgan Gobert of NoeMax Marketing and Kheri Monks discuss the role of Black Women in this country and how Black Women continue to evolve. Kheri also shares the birth of her daughter Gem and she shares the origins of her name (she is not name after Jem and the Holograms) and the March of Dimes fundraiser, #IAMHereForGem.

50 MIN2017 NOV 20
Comments
Black Women's Summit: The Historical Role of Black Women

Black Women's Summit Preview

This episode is a small preview of the episodes to come. Jamaal Williams, frequent guest of the Black People Speak Podcast suggested that we (Treosha Blue, host) host a Summit for Black Women. What intended to be one episode blossomed into five episodes ranging from our role in the United States, the War waged against us, Black Love and Black Wealth.

2 MIN2017 NOV 15
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Black Women's Summit Preview

Jamaal Williams Returns

Friend of the show Jamaal Williams returns to discuss 45, the future of DNC, and the tragic events of Charlottesville, and more! You can email Jamaal Williams at jamaalw2002@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter @alluredevelop. You can follow the host Treosha Blue on Twitter @truebluecollabo. You can follow the show on Social Media. Twitter: @blkpplspeak InstaGram: @blkpplspeak Facebook:https://tinyurl.com/ya4y9ogf You can sign up to receive our daily Newspaper The Black People Speak Daily Here: paper.li/e-1476883883#/ Email the show: blkpplspeak@gmail.com

94 MIN2017 AUG 22
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Jamaal Williams Returns

Cam F Awesome

Cam describes this podcast best on Twitter: Here is the summary. As a guest on a podcast today Treosha: Where can our listeners find you? Cam: Craiglist Misconnections Treosha: *Silence* If you want to connect with Cam I guess to Craiglist Misconnections. Check Cam out in the Netflix Documentary Counter Punch We want to hear from you. Email us your thoughts at blkpplspeak@gmail.com. Follow Treosha on Twitter @truebluecollabo Black People Speak on Twitter @blkpplspeak Follow us on Facebook at Black People Speak

61 MIN2017 JUN 21
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Cam F Awesome

The Yoni Place featuring Ashlee Long

Treosha has a great conversation with Ashlee Long, founder of The Yoni Place. Ashlee discusses the highs and lows on her journey through entrepreneurship. She tells us how she handles failure. She tells why she chose Grambling State University and her experience at the school. We talk about the Grambling/Southern University rival. She also talks about the advantages of having an attorney on deck. She also reads me about my gmail account. If you are in the Dallas area on Saturday, June 24th stop by the grand opening of The Yoni Place at The View At Kessler Park, 2511 Wedglea Dr., Set 11A, Dallas, TX 75211 from 1 PM until. If you can't make the grand opening go to theyoniplace.com Follow on Facebook and Instagram at The Yoni Place We want to hear your thoughts about this episode. Send an email to blkpplspeak@gmail.com Follow on Facebook at Black People Speak Follow on Twitter @blkpplspeak Follow Treosha on Twitter @truebluecollabo

70 MIN2017 JUN 13
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The Yoni Place featuring Ashlee Long

Season 2 Premiere

The season 2 premiere the host, Treosha Blue is solo. She shares the 3 words she is currently using to define herself and tells the birth of the Black People Speak podcast. The current events of the past week, 45's diplomatic tour, Jared Kushner, and the Police. She gives some advice to Baton Rouge Mayor Sharon Weston Broome. She praises the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema for their all women screenings of Wonder Women. She gives shoutouts to her parents, Joyce and Ricky Blue and Morgan Gobert of Noemax Marketing. We want to hear from you! Send email to blkpplspeak@gmail.com Follow the host Treosha Blue on Twitter @truebluecollabo or the show @blkpplspeak Follow us on Facebook at Black People Speak

26 MIN2017 JUN 13
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Season 2 Premiere
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