166 episodes

Each 365 Brothers episode offers a deep dive into the lives and experiences of suucessful, engaging and inspiring Black men from diverse professions. We received a 2023 "Best Podcast Episode" Webby Honor and have stayed on Feedspot's Top 100 Black Podcasts to Follow list since 2021. From electricians to venture capitalists, composers to data scientists, these guests offer a wealth of wisdom and insight. Join host Rahbin Shyne as she engages in intimate, meaningful conversations with these 365 Brothers.

365 Brothers - Listening to Black Men Rahbin Shyne

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 16 Ratings

Each 365 Brothers episode offers a deep dive into the lives and experiences of suucessful, engaging and inspiring Black men from diverse professions. We received a 2023 "Best Podcast Episode" Webby Honor and have stayed on Feedspot's Top 100 Black Podcasts to Follow list since 2021. From electricians to venture capitalists, composers to data scientists, these guests offer a wealth of wisdom and insight. Join host Rahbin Shyne as she engages in intimate, meaningful conversations with these 365 Brothers.

    Making it in New York with Actor, Singer and Voice Over Artist TJ Bolden

    Making it in New York with Actor, Singer and Voice Over Artist TJ Bolden

    TJ Bolden has taken to the stage in iconic productions, including Little Shop of Horrors, Rent, and Jesus Christ Superstar. That's to be expected of an accomplished actor, singer and voice-over artist. His dynamic talent has led to extensive touring across the country, captivating audiences with powerful performances. Most recently, TJ's versatility shone through in the acclaimed audio drama Echoes, where he showcased his ability to bring multiple lead characters to life. 
    We talk about voting for President, the illustrious talent of James Earl Jones, grocery store microaggressions and tree love. 
    Beyond the stage and microphone, TJ's enthusiasm and commitment to his craft continue to inspire and entertain. Tune in to Tea with TJ Podcast to hear TJ share his journey and life’s insights. Originally from Memphis, TJ has lived in New York City since 2010. 
    Follow 365 Brothers on IG @365brothers or visit us at 365brothers.com for more info. 
    Host Rahbin Shyne - IG @365shyne

    • 59 min
    Using Wills and Trusts to Achieve Freedom, Legacy and Wealth with Attorney Terrence Franklin

    Using Wills and Trusts to Achieve Freedom, Legacy and Wealth with Attorney Terrence Franklin

    Over 170 years ago, a white slave owner's brother contested the Will that set Lucy and her descendants free from slavery. She fought him in court and won. Today, her great great great great grandson, Terrence Franklin, is an award winning Wills and Trusts litigation attorneys. While he fights for planned generational wealth and legacy by profession, his passion and mission is to encourage us to take advantage of estate planning to reduce the wealth gap. 
    From the recounting of his fourth great grandmother’s freedom journey to his attending law school with the Obamas to the Buddhist practices that guide him, this conversation is anything but stuffy. In addition to covering the importance of estate planning, our conversation explores the influence of our ancestors and the process of living true to our passions, preferences and mission. 
    Terrence has three decades of experience handling trusts, estates and probate litigation, has received numerous awards and is a partner at Sacks Glazier Franklin & Lodise.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Language and The Stories We Tell Ourselves About Ourselves - Communication Coach, Marcus Higgs

    Language and The Stories We Tell Ourselves About Ourselves - Communication Coach, Marcus Higgs

    Marcus Higgs is a communication coach for business professionals who are parenting preteens. He helps parents effectively show up and connect with their 10- to 14-years-olds during these key formative years, allowing them to secure a relationship that lasts beyond a lifetime. 
    Our conversation covers the importance of language, communication skills and the importance of authoring and owning the stories we tell ourselves and the stories we cultivate.
    Having grown up in a diverse home, he especially enjoys supporting families who communicate across generational and cultural divides. He’s also a published poet.
    Follow 365 Brothers on IG @365brothers or visit us at 365brothers.com for more info. 
    Host Rahbin Shyne - IG @365shyne

    • 57 min
    Increasing African-American Cancer Survival Rates - Oncologist Fitzroy Dawkins, M.D.

    Increasing African-American Cancer Survival Rates - Oncologist Fitzroy Dawkins, M.D.

    Dr. Fitzroy Dawkins is a Medical Oncologist with over 30 years of experience teaching at Howard University College of Medicine. Throughout his career, he's conducted research in oncology and advocated for clinical trials as a biotech executive. His book Fighting For Survival: Conquering Cancer And The African American Patient provides a roadmap for improving treatment outcomes for African-Americans, particularly related to cancers. He squarely addresses the historical and cultural hesitancy to participate in clinical trials, while exploring the impact this has on treatment options. From the fears and anxieties to the guilt and the denial often accompanied with treating cancer, Dr. Dawkins offers hope and actions to lessen the gap in cancer survival rates specifically, and health-care outcomes generally.
    Follow 365 Brothers on IG @365brothers or visit us at 365brothers.com for more info. 
    Host Rahbin Shyne - IG @365shyne

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Profiles of Racial Profiling on this 4th Anniversary of George Floyd's Murder

    Profiles of Racial Profiling on this 4th Anniversary of George Floyd's Murder

    In the four year's since George Floyd's murder we've seen some progress in how policing is done in the United States. The issues underlying the disparate treatment of Black men by police are complex and entrenched.
    This episode is a newly edited reworking of prior episodes that focused on various guests responses to questions related to experiences with law enforcement. Many brothers have shared positive stories. They are not all negative just as all police are not racist. However the stories compiled in this episode are meant to shine a light on the excessive pattern of stopping Black men. There are two positive stories at the end.

    • 49 min
    Single Father Life with Social Worker Rickard Jean-Noel

    Single Father Life with Social Worker Rickard Jean-Noel

    Rickard Jean-Noel is a Fordham University trained Social Worker. He is dedicated to providing social and emotional support services to diverse communities throughout the greater New York City area. His psychotherapeutic work has been mainly with adolescents and young adults, particularly those in minority communities suffering with anxiety, depression, PTSD and the impact of various types of abuse, as well as those struggling with substance use disorders. He is also keenly interested in helping those who have long carried the intersectional psychological burdens of systemic racism, classism, xenophobia, genderism and homophobia, as well as other forms of othering and marginalization.
    He has been a Clinical Director at a NYC Homeless Shelter and he has worked with HomeBase and their homelessness prevention program. Rickard is the founder of "The Real Word Ministries Inc", a nonprofit charity that assists those living in poverty within the 5 boroughs of New York. Facebook; Instagram.
    Follow 365 Brothers on IG @365brothers or visit us at 365brothers.com for more info. 
    Host Rahbin Shyne - IG @365shyne

    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Aureli101 ,

Insightful and Delightful

It was an absolute pleasure to converse with Rahbin. She asked insightful questions that gave me a chance to appreciate parts of me I hadn't seen in a while. Would highly recommend.

cindibeth ,

Informative and Loving

Kind, respectful and interesting. Great interviewer and great guests. Brothers from all backgrounds and generations.

Funny with a Point ,

Great Podcast & Gives A Voice For Black Men

This podcast is great and let’s black men from all walks of life to give they story and perspective of the world. Thanks Rahbin for this ✊🏽✊🏽✊🏽 keep it up

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