May 23, 2023
Nearly a quarter of Black women between 18 and 30 have fibroids compared to about 6% of white women, according to some national estimates. By age 35, that number increases to 60%. Black women are also two to three times more likely to have recurring fibroids or suffer from complications.
Today's guest is Dr. Candice...
May 16, 2023
This conversation is one that I manifested even before I launched Be Well, Sis!
Rachel Cargle is a writer, entrepreneur, philanthropic innovator, and founder of The Loveland Foundation, Inc., founded in 2018, which offers free access to mental health care through the Therapy Fund for Black women and girls.
May 12, 2023
It's still Mental Health Awareness Month and in honor of that, I'm featuring a cross-over episode with the Black Girl Burnout Podcast hosted by Kelley Bonner.
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May 2, 2023
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and to celebrate, we're featuring a cross-over series with one of my favorite podcasts- Black Girl Burnout. For the next few episodes, I'm in the guest seat, and you'll learn a bit more about my experience with burnout, how burnout impacts you physically, and more.
Apr 21, 2023
Are you living your ideal life?
This week's episode features author, artist, and activist, Junauda Petrus- Nasah. As we discuss her latest book- CAN WE PLEASE GIVE THE POLICE DEPARTMENT TO THE GRANDMOTHERS?, we delve into what it means to reimagine a better, more positive future.
Based on her viral poem after the...