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ABW: A Safe Space for Black Women
ABW is a podcast for black women by black women. We are here to uplift, support, and empower each other.
We talk about the things that matter to us, from mental health and self-care to relationships and career growth. We share our stories, insights, and experiences in a safe and judgment-free space.
We believe that black women are resilient, creative, and diverse. We are here to celebrate our differences and come together as a community.
If you are a black woman looking for a safe space to be yourself, then ABW is the podcast for you. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/anomalousblackwomen/support

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ABW: A Safe Space for Black Women
ABW is a podcast for black women by black women. We are here to uplift, support, and empower each other.
We talk about the things that matter to us, from mental health and self-care to relationships and career growth. We share our stories, insights, and experiences in a safe and judgment-free space.
We believe that black women are resilient, creative, and diverse. We are here to celebrate our differences and come together as a community.
If you are a black woman looking for a safe space to be yourself, then ABW is the podcast for you. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/anomalousblackwomen/support

    Episode 57: Truths Unveiled – From Viral Revelations to Country Music Innovations

    Episode 57: Truths Unveiled – From Viral Revelations to Country Music Innovations

    Welcome back to the Anomalous Black Women Podcast, where every episode is a journey through the heart of what it means to live, laugh, and overcome. In Episode 57, I'm joined by the astute Dr. Tonya as we navigate a mosaic of human experiences, from personal trials to the public spectacle.

    Diving into our discussions, we start with Wendy Williams' battle against alcohol-induced dementia, shedding light on a seldom-discussed condition that affects many lives. The conversation takes a dramatic turn with the story of a judge who, after 51 years, uncovers a family secret that challenges everything he knew about his identity.

    Celebrity culture offers its quirks, as illustrated by DJ Khaled's unique demand to keep his sneakers pristine, juxtaposed against the backdrop of Cam Newton's scuffle, prompting a debate on celebrity standards and public perceptions.

    Amid these tales of celebrity and surprise, we uncover the viral saga of Reesa Teesa, a woman who captivated millions with her 52-episode TikTok series unraveling the truth about her husband's deceit. Her story is not just about betrayal; it's a testament to resilience and the power of social media in sharing our truths.

    We also celebrate Black artists' rich heritage and future in country music, a genre where their contributions have historically been overlooked. This episode honors their legacy and the fresh paths carved out by new talents, ensuring the diversity of voices in every note.

    Episode 57 of the Anomalous Black Women Podcast is a tapestry of the humorous, the heartfelt, and the human. We're here to explore the depth of our experiences, the surprises life throws our way, and the music that keeps us moving forward. Tune in to discover, reflect, and celebrate life's anomalies, one story at a time.



    Paternity Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vOooB6-aPM

    DJ Khaled Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LV3b29Q1C9M

    Cam Newton Story: Cam Newton apologizes for letting emotions get the best of him at youth football tournament fight (msn.com)

    Tanner Adell: https://www.tanneradellmusic.com/



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    Connect with Bina Banks:  Goddess Bina: https://www.binaayesha.com | Baye Coaching YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@bayecoachingalliance | IG/Twitter/Clubhouse/TikTok: @iamcoachbina | IG/TicTok bina_ayesha_banks | IG: SisHealingJourney | Link Tree:https://linksb.io/binabanks



    Connect with Tasha Smith:  Professor Poised (Tasha): https://www.allthingspoised.com | IG/Twitter/Clubhouse: @professorpoised



    Connect with Dr. Tonya Johnson: IG: TJSprattCoachingFirm(Dr. Johnson's Car Chronicles) | IG: SisHealingJourney | FB: twitter.comGlobalCareerAD1

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    Episode 56: Season 5 Premiere: Catching Up, Wills for Wealth, and Hot Topics Unwrapped

    Episode 56: Season 5 Premiere: Catching Up, Wills for Wealth, and Hot Topics Unwrapped

    Welcome back to the "Anomalous Black Women" podcast! In our season 5 opener, Episode 56, Bina, Tasha, and Dr. TJ reunite after a rejuvenating winter break to share their journeys and what's been brewing. This episode isn't just a catch-up; it's a deep dive into crucial conversations, starting with the importance of wills and estate planning in the Black community. Why is it vital for Black people to have a will, and how does it impact wealth preservation and generational legacy? Our hosts tackle this topic head-on, providing insights, personal anecdotes, and practical advice to ensure your assets and wishes are respected and protected.

    But that's not all - the trio also dives into the current hot topics making waves in the news. From groundbreaking achievements to pressing social justice issues, Bina, Tasha, and Dr. TJ offer unique perspectives, blending humor, wisdom, and critical analysis. Whether you're here for the laughs, the lessons, or the latest news, Episode 56 of the "Anomalous Black Women" podcast promises to kick off the new season with a bang. Tune in, get inspired, and join the conversation as we explore the power of being informed, intentional, and invincible.



    Youtube links: Meg & Nikki - https://youtu.be/dIG86mlZ-1A?si=1wEDypsEMqOTvNFF

    GA. DA. Fani Willis - https://youtu.be/D3UBNI9TOPE?si=ro7TxGUgCLDQZwY0

    Oprah - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zX_ipuu2uqU

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    Connect with Bina Banks:  Goddess Bina: https://www.binaayesha.com | Baye Coaching YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@bayecoachingalliance | IG/Twitter/Clubhouse/TikTok: @iamcoachbina | IG/TicTok bina_ayesha_banks | IG: SisHealingJourney | Link Tree: ⁠⁠https://profilez.app-propel.com/binabanks2019⁠



    Connect with Tasha Smith:  Professor Poised (Tasha): https://www.allthingspoised.com | IG/Twitter/Clubhouse: @professorpoised



    Connect with Dr. Tonya Johnson: IG: TJSprattCoachingFirm(Dr. Johnson's Car Chronicles) | IG: SisHealingJourney | FB: twitter.comGlobalCareerAD1

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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode 55: Season 4 Finale - AI, Johnathan Majors, & More

    Episode 55: Season 4 Finale - AI, Johnathan Majors, & More

    Welcome to the "Anomalous Black Women Podcast," where Ms. Bina and Tasha bring you thought-provoking discussions on a range of topics. In our exciting Season 4 Finale episode, we dive deep into the fascinating world of AI (Artificial Intelligence), discussing its recent boom and its impact on our lives. We also dissect the verdict of Johnathan Majors and explore various other controversial subjects that will surely keep you engaged.

    Join us for a captivating conversation that blends insightful commentary with a touch of humor and warmth. Whether you're an AI enthusiast, interested in social justice issues, or just love engaging discussions, this episode has something for everyone.

    Don't miss out on the Season 4 Finale of the "Anomalous Black Women Podcast." Tune in now and join the conversation! Available for your listening pleasure today.

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    Thank you so much for your support, and we hope you enjoy today's episode.

    Connect with Bina Banks:  Goddess Bina: https://www.binaayesha.com | Baye Coaching YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@bayecoachingalliance | IG/Twitter/Clubhouse/TikTok: @iamcoachbina | IG/TicTok bina_ayesha_banks | IG: SisHealingJourney | Link Tree: ⁠https://profilez.app-propel.com/binabanks2019



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    • 39 min
    Episode 54: Voices Unveiled: Empowered Narratives of Black Women in Rural America

    Episode 54: Voices Unveiled: Empowered Narratives of Black Women in Rural America

    Join co-host Natasha Smith on the "Voices Unveiled: Empowered Narratives of Black Women in Rural America" podcast as she engages in a compelling conversation with the accomplished Cherise Jones-Branch, Dean of the Graduate School and Professor of History at Arkansas State University. In this enlightening episode, Cherise delves into the pivotal role of Black women in rural America, drawing from her extensive research and publications.

    Cherise Jones-Branch, the author of "Crossing the Line: Women's Interracial Activism in South Carolina during and after World War II," and co-editor of "Arkansas Women: Their Lives and Times," shares profound insights into the historical landscape. Tune in to explore her current research project, "Better Living by Their Own Bootstraps": Rural Black Women's Activism in Arkansas, 1913-1965.

    Discover the resilience, activism, and stories of Black women who have shaped history in ways often overlooked. "Voices Unveiled: Empowered Narratives of Black Women in Rural America" brings you the narratives that challenge norms and celebrate the extraordinary contributions of Black women. Don't miss this empowering episode that sheds light on the often untold stories of rural Black women's activism.

    Subscribe now to stay connected with the diverse voices that redefine history and empower change. Join us on this journey of discovery, understanding, and celebration of Anomalous Black Women.

    Connect with Dr. Cherise Jones-Branch: https://www.facebook.com/cherisse.jonesbranch

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-cherisse-jones-branch-97309b12/

    https://www.blackpast.org/author/jones-branchcherisse/



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    • 52 min
    🎙️ Episode 53: Fighting for Grace and Change

    🎙️ Episode 53: Fighting for Grace and Change

    Join us in a deeply moving and inspiring episode of Anomalous Black Women as we welcome a true warrior, Sheila Johnson. As a USAF Retiree, she has faced an unimaginable battle with metastatic breast cancer for an astounding 13 years. Her unwavering strength and resilience are nothing short of extraordinary.

    But Sheila's story doesn't end here; it's taking a remarkable turn. She's about to be featured in the BET movie, "God's Grace: The Sheila Johnson Story," premiering on October 19th. Her journey of survival and advocacy has captivated hearts and minds alike.

    In this episode, we delve into Sheila's experiences, her tireless work as an advocate for metastatic breast cancer in the black community, and the profound impact she's making. Her story is not just one of survival; it's a testament to the power of raising awareness, promoting change, and fighting for those who need it most.

    Tune in to gain insights, inspiration, and a glimpse into the remarkable journey of Sheila Johnson. Her strength, resilience, and advocacy are nothing short of extraordinary.

    Don't miss this powerful episode, and join us in celebrating Sheila's story and her unwavering commitment to change. 🌟 #MetastaticBreastCancer #Advocacy #Inspiration



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    Connect with Sheila Johnson: Facebook: Sheila Marie Johnson Twitter: SwaggSheila1 | Instagram: sheila_marie_johnson | Email: asurvivorslens@gmail.com | Linkedin: Sheila Johnson | Website: www.asurvivorslens.com



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    Connect with Dr. Tonya Johnson: IG: TJSprattCoachingFirm(Dr. Johnson's Car Chronicles) | IG: SisHealingJourney | FB: twitter.comGlobalCareerAD1

    Connect with Bina Banks:  Goddess Bina: https://www.binaayesha.com | Baye Coaching YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@bayecoachingalliance | IG/Twitter/Clubhouse/TikTok: @iamcoachbina | IG/TicTok bina_ayesha_banks | IG: SisHealingJourney | Link Tree: https://profilez.app-propel.com/binabanks2019



    Connect with Tasha Smith:  Professor Poised (Tasha): https://www.allthingspoised.com | IG/Twitter/Clubhouse: @professorpoised



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    • 52 min
    Episode 52: The Power of Locs, Congress, and Digital Shifts

    Episode 52: The Power of Locs, Congress, and Digital Shifts

    In Episode 52 of the "Anomalous Black Women" podcast, join hosts Bina and Tasha for a captivating conversation that spans the spectrum from personal journeys to national policies to the evolving digital landscape.

    Segment 1: "Loc Journey Chronicles"
    Bina and Tasha open up about their transformative loc journeys. They share the significance of embracing their natural hair and the empowering experiences they've had along the way. It's a celebration of self-expression and authenticity.

    Segment 2: "Congressional Term Limits: A Necessary Change?"
    In this segment, the hosts dive into the term limits for Congress members. They discuss the potential benefits and drawbacks of limiting the number of terms a representative or senator can serve and explore how this might impact the political landscape.

    Segment 3: "Digital Natives vs. Digital Immigrants"
    Bina and Tasha explore the generational gap in digital literacy and adoption. They delve into the distinctions between digital natives (those who grew up with technology) and digital immigrants (those who adapted to it later in life). The discussion highlights the evolving dynamics of the digital world.

    Segment 4: "Rapid Fire Round"
    In the final segment, Bina and Tasha engage in a rapid-fire round of discussions, sharing their quick takes on various topics, from football to recent memorable moments, providing listeners with a glimpse into their diverse interests and perspectives.

    Tune in to Episode 52 of "Anomalous Black Women" for an intimate and enlightening conversation that covers the personal, the political, and the digital. Whether you're on your loc journey, interested in political reform, or navigating the ever-changing digital landscape, this episode offers insights, inspiration, and a sense of community.

    Don't miss this opportunity to connect with two phenomenal black women as they share their experiences, perspectives, and passions with the world. It's a podcast episode as diverse and dynamic as the hosts.



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    Thank you so much for your support, and we hope you enjoy today's episode.



    Connect with Bina Banks:  Goddess Bina: https://www.binaayesha.com | Baye Coaching YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@bayecoachingalliance | IG/Twitter/Clubhouse/TikTok: @iamcoachbina | IG/TicTok bina_ayesha_banks | IG: SisHealingJourney | Link Tree: https://profilez.app-propel.com/binabanks2019



    Connect with Tasha Smith:  Professor Poised (Tasha): https://www.allthingspoised.com | IG/Twitter/Clubhouse: @professorpoised



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    • 42 min

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2 Ratings

BunchofMOMsense ,

Great podcast!

Host Bina & Tasha have great chemistry together; feels like you are listening to your girlfriends discuss relatable topics! Fun and enjoyable listen, highly recommend!

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