New Year , No Fear  : S 2 Episode 9

New Year , No Fear : S 2 Episode 9


ITS A NEW year and a better us! The ladies sit down for the first show of 2018 to recap our vision board party, new years eve and give the scoop on how their new year has been going so far . CO PRODUCER and new co host REZ joins the girl talk to give insight on living in the south, attending a HBCU and traveling abroad. The trio had a deep conversation about holding yourself accountable , financial literacy and colorism within our own community.

Music curated by Wize Grazette.

MIX BY flwrshrk – -https://soundcloud.com/flwrshrk/1221-pm

Tune in each month and hashtag #CareFreeBlackGirl to stay engaged with the conversation.

Follow the hosts on Twitter;

Ivy – @IvyLikeBlu
Daaj – @DAAJIRON (Instagram)
Breanna Danielle – @PlantBasedBre

Produced by Quanna (@QuannaMC)
Engineered by Brandyn White (@BrandynWrite)
Executively Produced by Wize Grazette (@TheRealWize) and Rez (@CallMe_Rez_)

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Episode 44 – Oprah 2020: Celebrity vs Civics | Bruno & Cardi B: Judging By Color

Episode 44 – Oprah 2020: Celebrity vs Civics | Bruno & Cardi B: Judging By Color


Bedford and LaMisha start the new year by dedicating Episode 44 to President Obama. They get real about Black republicans and the sunken place. Then they explore What’s Going On with their reactions to Oprah’s  potential run for the White House after her inspirational Golden Globes speech. During RealTalk, Drs. Hill and Palmer discuss the dangers of confusing race with ethnicity and culture, through talking about the negative reactions to Bruno Mars and Cardi B’s homage to In Living Color.  They focus in on the problematic nature of denying the artists’ Blackness based on their brown skin.  

Key Concepts: Racial Identity Development, Culture, Ethnicity, Race, Critical Race Theory, Civics


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Naming It – Episode 43 – If Black Women saved America, where were Y’all?

Naming It – Episode 43 – If Black Women saved America, where were Y’all?


LaMisha and Bedford talk about what’s going on the ongoing #MeToo movement and the recent Time Magazine cover. Before that Bedford shares his thoughts about the passing of his mentor Dr. Joseph L. White (Godfather of Black Psychology & Founder of EOP). During #RealTalk the hosts discuss the national reaction to Black people’s and especially Black women’s pivotal role in preventing Republican senate candidate Roy Moore (alleged sexual predator and confirmed bigot) from being elected to represent Alabama in the US Senate. Also included is a Bonus Rant on the 45 administration’s policy of censoring scientists.

This episode is dedicated to the memory of:

Joseph L. White Ph.D. (December 19, 1932 ~ November 21, 2017)

“Don’t you tell me that Black folks can’t do complex tasks!”


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Appropriate Culture: S2. Episode 8 ft. Julian Stephen

Appropriate Culture: S2. Episode 8 ft. Julian Stephen


The ladies sat down with Julian Stephen, Rapper and star of the new web show “Appropriate Culture”. The group talked about black representation on tv and bringing more diverse characters to screen. Listen and see who they thought was the best guy for Nola from Spike Lee’s “Shes Gotta Have It”

Follow Julian on social media @JulianStephen.

Music curated by Wize Grazette.

Tune in each month and hashtag #CareFreeBlackGirl to stay engaged with the conversation.

Follow the hosts on Twitter;

Ivy – @IvyLikeBlu
Daaj – @Daajrion (Instagram)
Breanna Danielle – @PlantBasedBre

Produced by Quanna (@QuannaMC) and Rez (@CallMe_Rez_)
Engineered by Brandyn White (@BrandynWrite)
Executively Produced by Wize Grazette (@TheRealWize)

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Ep 81: (Special Conference Edition): My First Year as a Professional Speaker w/ Darryl Bellamy Jr.

Ep 81: (Special Conference Edition): My First Year as a Professional Speaker w/ Darryl Bellamy Jr.


In this episode we kick off the road to the Minority Trailblazer Conference series with Darryl Bellamy Jr. He returns to the podcast to talk the speaking business, his first year as an entrepreneur and so much more. This is an actionable podcast episode fill with takeaways, stories, and real moments that will get you excited about 2018!

Find Darryl Here:
Web: http://www.bellamyinspires.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BellamyInspires
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bellamyinspires/
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darryl-bellamy-jr-7220a588/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BellamyInspires


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TransLivesMatter: What’s Your Label ?:  S2. Episode 7 ft.  Shan

TransLivesMatter: What’s Your Label ?: S2. Episode 7 ft. Shan


On this episode the ladies sat down with lgbtq activist and mentor Shan to have a real conversation about labels and ways to be more inclusive towards trans individuals and non gender binary persons. The group gave their thoughts on #JusticeForJazzy and ways to work on stress during the holiday season.

Gear up for next year by purchasing Passion Planner
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CODE – BBROCK10

Follow Guest on social media @lilchemtrail (instagram)

Music by @DJ9AM

scored by Wize Grazette.

Tune in each month and hashtag #CareFreeBlackGirl to stay engaged with the conversation.

Follow the hosts on Twitter;

Ivy – @IvyLikeBlu
Daaj – @EverythingNY (Instagram)
Breanna Danielle – @PlantBasedBre

Produced by Quanna (@QuannaMC)
Engineered by Brandyn White (@BrandynWrite)
Executively Produced by Wize Grazette (@TheRealWize) and Rez (@CallMe_Rez_)

This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-1aea92 for 40% off for 4 months, and support #CareFreeBlackGirl.


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