106 episodes

The Dope Black Women Podcast is all about sharing stories of Black women from around the world. These are our voices, our experiences. Presented by @Leebeeja from Jamaica, South-African born Romantha, and Livs and Shan from the UK. Keep up with everything we do @DopeBlackWomen on Twitter and Facebook, and @DopeBlackWomen1 on Instagram.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.5 • 36 Ratings

The Dope Black Women Podcast is all about sharing stories of Black women from around the world. These are our voices, our experiences. Presented by @Leebeeja from Jamaica, South-African born Romantha, and Livs and Shan from the UK. Keep up with everything we do @DopeBlackWomen on Twitter and Facebook, and @DopeBlackWomen1 on Instagram.

    The She Brigade Takeover

    The She Brigade Takeover

    This week The She Brigade podcast from South Africa talks tech vs real life! Founder and business analyst, Pelontle Mosimege chats to software engineer and founder of Indoni Developers, Onalerona Mosimege about how values in the tech industry can apply to real life experiences. Get ready for a different podcast full of tech lingo and life lessons!! 

    • 44 min
    Black Girls Surf too!

    Black Girls Surf too!

    This week Leanne chats with Rhonda Harper, Founder of Black Girls Surf and Imani Wilmot, Founder of Surf Girls Jamaica to find out more about the increasing interest of Black Women in surfing.  Together, they talk about the importance of representation in surfing, the healing power of being in the water, and the intentions they set for themselves to make history by kicking down closed doors in the industry.



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    The Dope Black Women Podcast is all about sharing stories of Black women from around the world. These are our voices, our experiences. Presented by @Leebeeja from Jamaica, South-African born Romantha, and Livs and Shan from the UK. Keep up with everything we do @DopeBlackWomen on Twitter and Facebook, and @DopeBlackWomen1 on Instagram.

    • 53 min
    Should I be scared of motherhood?

    Should I be scared of motherhood?

    Roshan opens up to Nina, the founder of Dope Black Mums, about her anxieties of becoming a mum. Nina speaks about her experience of motherhood, gives practical tips on tackling fears and overcoming outdated parenting practices. From excessive childcare fees to going to a Beyonce concert with a baby they explore what it's like being a new mum.
    You can follow Dope Black Mums @Dopeblackmums on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter
    You can follow Dope Black Women @dopeblackwomen1 on Instagram and @dopeblackwomen on Facebook and Twitter

    • 42 min
    Introducing Sacred BDSM with Kerline Astre

    Introducing Sacred BDSM with Kerline Astre

    This week Romantha chats to sensual dominant, non-binary and BDSM practitioner Kerline Astre about what sacred BDSM is, sex the energy, how to introduce BDSM play into your life/relationship and so much more. 

    • 49 min
    The Fish Tea podcast Takeover!

    The Fish Tea podcast Takeover!

    It’s a takeover! Our friends from the Fish Tea Podcast are serving us HOT fish tea all the way from Jamaica ! Listen as they have a chit chat about intersectionality, and the relationship between Black Queer men and cishet Black Women Follow them @fishteapodcast and the hosts at:
    Twitter
    Emme - @TeraLepido
    Lanvell - @_lanvell
    Kareem - @theKareemWillis

    IG

    Emme - @emme_kristi
    Lanvell - @_lanvell
    Kareem - @thekareemwillis. Follow us @DopeBlackWomen1 on Instagram and @DopeBlackWomen on Twitter and Facebook.

    • 39 min
    Creating a Legacy for the next Generation w/ Danusia Francis & Kapari

    Creating a Legacy for the next Generation w/ Danusia Francis & Kapari

    The sisterhood was in the air for this episode!
    This week Leanne has a chat with Danusia Francis, British-born Jamaican gymnast and Kapari, professional Ghanian tennis player and one of our own Dope Black Women members :).  
    Together they share stories of being young Black women in predominantly white sports, making the choice to represent countries outside of the UK and the aspirations they have to leave a legacy for other Black girls beyond the sport.  
    Twitter & Instagram: @danusiafrancis
    Instagram: leekapz Follow us @DopeBlackWomen1 on Instagram and @DopeBlackWomen on Twitter and Facebook.

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

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