7 episodes

Dripping in Black (DiBk) purpose is celebrating black excellence within the black diaspora. DiBk wants to highlight events, people, and topics geared to uplift and inspire. DiBk will cover a wide range of topics from education to entertainment.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

Dripping in Black (DiBk) purpose is celebrating black excellence within the black diaspora. DiBk wants to highlight events, people, and topics geared to uplift and inspire. DiBk will cover a wide range of topics from education to entertainment.

    Dripping In Demand

    Dripping In Demand

    Episode 1.6 features the founder of In Demand, Quan Neloms.   In Demand is a movement that seeks to connect Black men to opportunities to become teachers, mentors & volunteers.  

    Quan Nelom Social Media

    Email:  info@iamindemand.com

    Twitter:  @quanneloms

    Instagram:  @quanneloms

    website:  iamindemand.com

    Facebook:  @indemand313

    • 44 min
    Dripping In Filmmaking

    Dripping In Filmmaking

    Episode 1.3 welcomes Tinisha Brugnone, award winning filmmaker, the founder of The Cinematic Griot Collective and the curator of the Idlewild Film Festival. 

    Tinisha Social Media: 

    Instagram:  @idlewildfilmfest 

    website:  www.cinematicgriot.com 

    Facebook:  Idlewild International Film Festival 

    Dripping In Black Social Media: Facebook: @DiBk20 Instagram: @dibk20 Website: drippinginblack.com Twitter: dibk20

    • 33 min
    Dripping In Economic Empowerment

    Dripping In Economic Empowerment

    This episode highlights Kimberly Stafford, Director of That Next Level Foundation.  Bringing personal financing and career success courses to students.

    Kim Stafford Social Media:    

    Website:  tnlfoundation.org 

    Dripping In Black Social Media    

    Facebook: @DiBk20    

     Instagram: @dibk20     

    Website: drippinginblack.com     

    Twitter: dibk20

    • 27 min
    Dripping in H.O.P.E.

    Dripping in H.O.P.E.

    Episode 1.4 will feature Kenita Smith, President/CEO and Founder of H.O.P.E., Inc. (Helping Other People be Empowered).   

    As Founder and Chief Executive Officer, her responsibilities encompass  the overall leadership and development of the H.O.P.E, Inc. She grew her  nonprofit from the ground up increasing her it's annual revenue from  $11,000 to over $200,000 with no grant writing experience or donors. In  addition to her vocation, Mrs. Smith is a published author and stays  actively involved in the local church.

    Kenita Smith Social Media

    Twitter: @kenita47

    Instagram:  @HopeInc1

    Facebook:  @KenitaSmith

    Websites:  hopbe.org   501c3me.com

    Dripping In Black Social Media

    Facebook: @DiBk20 

    Instagram: @dibk20 

    Website: drippinginblack.com 

    Twitter: dibk20

    • 27 min
    Dripping In Entertainment

    Dripping In Entertainment

    #YourFavoriteDancer Deon Lewis, Jr.  will be our next guest.  He has been on the show So You Think You Can Dance and a choreographer for the upcoming movie Tazmanian Devil.  Subscribe to our channel and find us where ever you listen to  your podcasts.

    TikTok -  @deonjlewis 

    Instagram - @deon_j_lewis 

    Twitter - @deon_j_lewis 

    YouTube - #YourFavoriteDance/Dj Lewis

    • 54 min
    Dripping In Black Lit

    Dripping In Black Lit

    Tracy Bryant is the Founder/CEO of Black Lit Matters.  Black representations in literature for Black kids  Debunking the myths of “Black people don’t read”  Promoting healthy dialogue around literature and societal issues are the topics discussed in this episode. 

    Tracy Bryant Social Media:

    Facebook Black Lit Matters  

    Instagram @Black.lit.matters  

    Twitter @blacklit4life

    website:  blacklitmatters.com

    Music produced by Keith "Bubby" Webb for BeatMob Productions

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

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Alamo Grito ,

Educators Educating

Excellent first episode. Literacy is the foundation of education. None of us can grow and expand our knowledge and understanding of ourselves and the world around us without it. Looking forward to hearing more. Excellent work gentlemen!

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