Host Charise Frazier sits down with Jovian Zayne, the founder of the International Day of Purpose and a well respected speaker, and professional development coach.

On this week's we sat down with the High Priestess of Black Joy, Amber Abundance, aka, Amber J. Phillips.

Come and help us celebrate the 50 dynamic Black women featured in our first annual SpeakHER50 list!

This week we speak with Nse Ufot, the executive director of The New Georgia Project, a non partisan effort to register and civically engage Georgia citizens.

Scott shares how her faith plays a large role in her effort to be there for forgotten communities like Flint & Newark who are still suffering from the lead water crisis.

Organizer Venkayala Haynes talks about how she turned her trauma into the strength to advocate for others.

Rowe is the founder and executive director of Girl Vow Inc., a non-profit which seeks to mentor young girls in incarcerated care.

Jean-Pierre breaks down why we all need to be involved in our political process and what Black women should be paying attention to for the 2020 presidential election.

Guest Terri Lee Freeman, president of the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee, discusses the role of museums in the current ever-changing political landscape.

On this episode, Jones discusses the importance of creating spaces for Black children to see themselves displayed in their full humanity.

On this episode, host Charise Frazier spoke with Chikesia Clemons, a survivor of police brutality. One year ago this week, she was launched into the public space after her violent arrest in a Saraland, Alabama, Waffle House went viral. Since that time, Chikesia has found an internal power and uses her platform to raise awareness […]

Lifestyle and wellness influencer Margeaux House reminds us that self-care is not a luxury, it's a necessity.