Top 10 Podcast for Black Women

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Chile Please! Grown Enough and Still Trying to Figure it Out.

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Top 10 Podcast for Women over 40

Black women over 40 are out here defying odds, grabbing happiness, and living unapologetically. Hosted by Felicia Pride, writer and pleasure seeker, and Ivy Grant, corporate strategist and self-indulger in training, “Chile, Please” is a personal and fearless exploration of the pleasures and pains of being Black and women of a certain age. It’s the sister talk that hoots and hollers, testifies, and satisfies, to remind you that you’re not alone in this.

Chile, Please! is brought to you by HONEY CHILE Entertainment, hosted by TV writer/producer and award-winning filmmaker, Felicia Pride and corporate strategist/film producer and general problem-solver, Ivy Grant. Episodes drop every other Monday, so be sure to start your week with a little bit of honey. You can find “Chile, Please” anywhere you listen to podcasts – Apple, SpotifyGoogleAmazon, iHeart, Pandora, Stitcher. If you like what you hear, write a review, tell a friend.

To keep the conversation going, sign up for The Honey Pot, our newsletter at: honey-chile.com, and follow us on Instagram at @hnychile.

2. Her Business Her Voice Her

Host Margo Lovett

Her Business Her Voice Her

Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation is a mecca built for the boomer woman looking to (or has) reinvent herself, becoming a podcaster and or entrepreneur. How-to instruction, information, and inspiration-filled episodes we publish every Friday; found wherever you listen to your podcasts.

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3. Totally Organized

Tune in each week as Organizing Expert, Janet M. Taylor and her guests share valuable strategies to eliminate the junk to create the space, business, and life you want free of clutter. 

Got Clutter? Get Organized! with Janet • A podcast on Anchor

4. The Hey Girl Hey Podcast

The Hey Girl Hey Podcast records every Thursday LIVE on FB and LinkedIn at 7:00 p.m.; also airs on Urban Media Today Radio every Saturday at 9:30 a.m. via Live365 and TuneIn Radio. 


Hosted by 3 dynamically different women of color and culture: Ki Ki Brown (Radio Chick), Gerri Tipton (Millennial Chick), and LaShawn Tipton, (Chatter Chick). 
They cover the hot topics of the week, “WTF Cares News”, and we spotlight a local business, organization, program, or person in the second half of the show. The Hey Girl Hey Podcast is funny, relatable, and insightful. Now in its 4th season! 
Episodes can be found on all streaming platforms like Apple Podcast, Podbean, Anchor, Spotify, SoundCloud, and Google Podcasts. 

5. The Healing Space Live & Online: Chats with Roxanne and Rhonda

The Healing Space Live & Online: Chats with Roxanne and Rhonda provides in-depth conversations with professionals, i.e., therapists, social workers, entrepreneurs, authors, and women who have experienced varied forms of violence such as childhood sexual assault, rape, human/sex trafficking, teen dating violence, and domestic violence.

Cultivating the healing process for these beautiful women is the overarching goal of the Podcast. Guest speakers will provide evidence-based research or stories of personal abuse experiences to help our listeners understand the complexities of violence against women and girls and encourage self-love. 

Guest speakers will also talk about healthy relationships so that listeners will understand how building and sustaining a healthy relationship has a positive intergenerational effect.

Check us out on your favorite Podcast station including Pandora, Apple Podcasts, Audible, Spotify, and more. Or you can watch episodes on our YouTube channel Waarheals.

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