Podcast for Black women, by a Black woman sharing topics of work/life balance, relationships, self-care, and other hot topics. This platform is for Black women to connect through other women's authentic experiences and perspectives.
The Melanin Exchange is on both Instagram and Facebook!
Degreed, Melanated, and Unemployed
Tune in as the host of The Melanin Exchange shares the story that led to unemployment, demystifies societal beliefs about education, the unexpected healing journey that came with unemployment, and being unafraid to constantly bet on self as a degreed and melanated Black woman.
Match This Energy or Move Around
Lately there seems to be a shift happening. Myself included, along with many other have experienced shifts in relationships. Tune in as MaStaysha and I discuss her recent loss of 20 plus year friend after many chances given, misalignment, and the block list. We have all been there or are currently here. If you're the friend always initiating contact with others or are trying to bring everyone along in your circle, this episode is for you. Here's a secret: Everyone can't come along on your journey.
Mindset, Manifestation & the Big 'R' Word
The Melanin Exchange breaks barriers having a conversation about what was supposed to be mindset & manifestation with guest, Madison Rose, mindset and manifestation coach. However, being that the podcast is Pro-Black which doesn't mean anti-White, the episode took a turn to discussing mindset and the Big 'R' word with our first White guest when other podcasts wouldn't allow her to be a guest. You don't want to miss this!
MALE TALK MONDAYS: Being a #GirlDad & Dating Women Without Fathers
To celebrate Father's Day it's only right to have Rich discuss his experience with being a #girldad on the Male Talk Mondays segment. Tune in as we also discuss Jill's experience with being a fatherless daughter and dating, and Rich's thoughts on dating women without fathers. He kind of tried the women and almost got cursed out in the beginning of the episode.
Motherhood-Ish Series Pt 4: Breaking Generational Curses
Shaquana Davis, author and mompreneur from Season 2, Episode 2, shares her journey of breaking generational curses including born to her mother who abused drugs, toxic female relationships within her family, and more!
Warning: This episode is completely unedited. Part of this platform is authenticity and sharing stories of women who wear many hats including mom. So you may or may not hear a baby and nature in the background for your listening pleasure.
Motherhood-Ish Series: Pt 3: Caring for Mama
I think this is the longest episode to date! And once you listen you'll see why!
Tune in for Part 2 of the series. Not only in honor of the mothers this month, but also Mental Health Awareness Month, this beautiful soul has a story, a real testimony. As a Black educated woman who not only is a young professional, professor, and entrepreneur, she also is a caregiver to her mother who is mentally ill. And she doesn't miss a beat!
This is awesome; the host is awesome; her chosen topics needed. Keep going and excited for season 2!!
This podcast is awesome. The host is lovely. She covers an array of important topics which I can identify with.
I appreciate Jill’s approach to discussing being Black and female in America! Open and honest.