13 episodes

This podcast dives in the black history behind black coffee. From bougie pour over techniques to Pan African hip hop liberation strategies, we’re aiming to make cxffee black again. Come brew up with us. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cxffeeblack/support

The Cxffeeblack Podcast Bartholomew Jones

    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 22 Ratings

This podcast dives in the black history behind black coffee. From bougie pour over techniques to Pan African hip hop liberation strategies, we’re aiming to make cxffee black again. Come brew up with us. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cxffeeblack/support

    The Poor People's Coffee Campaign, Equity in Home Brewing, Baristas as Educators, and @onyxcoffeelab

    The Poor People's Coffee Campaign, Equity in Home Brewing, Baristas as Educators, and @onyxcoffeelab

    In this episode we chop it up with our homies at @onyxcoffeelab about our recent collab, and how home brewing can be a gateway to make specialty coffee more accessible. Chime in with on socials to let us know what you think! Btw this is the last week to get the collab, so be sure to grab a box at the link below. https://onyxcoffeelab.com/products/cxffee-black

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    • 1 hr 31 min
    How a Blk Owned Coffee Company And Australia Inspired Each Other? Diaspora Convos w @oromo_coffee_co

    How a Blk Owned Coffee Company And Australia Inspired Each Other? Diaspora Convos w @oromo_coffee_co

    Our company was inspired by discovery and struggle of the Oromo people. Its crazy to see it all come circle.

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    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cxffeeblack/support

    • 1 hr 10 min
    What is the 1616 Project? (pt 1) A Convo on coffee collaboration and antiracism w Stay Golden Coffee

    What is the 1616 Project? (pt 1) A Convo on coffee collaboration and antiracism w Stay Golden Coffee

    The 1616 collaboration series with Cxffee Black seeks to honor the African and indigenous peoples who cultivated coffee culture then and now. All proceeds from this collaboration support them and the work they are doing in Memphis. Genji Challa is a semi forest produced coffee, late season harvest. It's produced by Nano Challo Cooperative in Gera, Ethiopia. This particular coffee is Lot #11.

    Learn more about the project at the links below.
    https://www.drinktrade.com/blog/roasters/cxffeeblack-stay-golden-1616-collaboration
    https://cxffeeblack.com/pages/1616



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    • 50 min
    That one time black Americans tried to go to war for Ethiopia, and why we may need to do it again.

    That one time black Americans tried to go to war for Ethiopia, and why we may need to do it again.

    In this episode we talk with two young Ethiopain activists about the atrocities being done against the Tigray people in Ethiopian, this history of pan African activism between black in the US and Ethiopia, and how coffee can help. For more information check out the links below. https://omnatigray.org/ https://christopherothen.wordpress.com/2019/12/09/blood-on-the-canvas-african-americans-haile-selassie-and-italian-fascism/. https://eritreahub.org/ethiopians-and-eritreans-call-on-un-and-aid-agencies-to-join-ethiopian-airlines-boycott

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    • 34 min
    They Grow Coffee in Trinidad???? The Trauma Of Cash Crop Slavery, and the Power of Black Music

    They Grow Coffee in Trinidad???? The Trauma Of Cash Crop Slavery, and the Power of Black Music

    In this episode we talk with @kpnarine about the redemptive power of diaspora imagination in music, the loss of dignity due to slave trade trauma, the potential effect of diaspora kids on coffee sustainability, and the possibilities of bring more power to coffee in Trinidad.

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    • 57 min
    Society Loves Single Origin People But Not Single Origin People // MLK, CoffeeShops, & Fannie Packs

    Society Loves Single Origin People But Not Single Origin People // MLK, CoffeeShops, & Fannie Packs

    Read the full blog post. https://cxffeeblack.com/blogs/news/on-mlk-coffee-shops-and-fannie-packs

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    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

wtbannon ,

Must Listen Podcast if you Love Coffee

Love this podcast. Great company doing great things in terms of education and the empowering of black culture in coffee.

sloansteady9 ,

Love Cxffee and Black People

Make sure to listen while sippin some Guji Mane.

Sugardump ,

So happy you’re doing what you’re doing!

I’ve been in the coffee industry for many years. I’m a white female and saw the wave of changes throughout my career in Nashville. First it was “come as you are”, it was a very open community, we hired whoever, we just wanted good people. Then as the trend hit, I noticed more and more people looked like me, the aesthetic changed, the business models changed and I didn’t recognize the coffee world that I once loved. I know at the core, these companies are good people, but they need to do more! Thank you for your podcast. I’m so glad that y’all are here! I’ll be ordering coffee from y’all!! Lots of love from Nashville! 💓

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