Tune In: 10 Mental Health Podcasts For Black Women

Lauren Ash and Zakkiyyah Najeebah host Black Girl in Om
By Niesha Davis

For years, mental health issues have long been stigmatized in the Black community. And for Black women specifically, we have been taught to keep quiet about the pain, anxiety, and anguish that often eats at us on the daily. It’s only been in recent years that Black people as a whole have stepped out of the mental illness closet in an attempt to not let past demons keep control of us. The fact that there are so many more resources available to inform us definitely helps. Here is a list of 10 mental health podcasts that are helping to empower and uplift Black women as we navigate the murky waters of psychological struggles.

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12 Podcasts You Need In Your Life Starting Today


2 Dope Queens Podcast
By CultClassiq via xonecole

Take a moment to say “congratulations” to yourself today.
Why? Well, 2017 was your year, and 2018 is too. As driven women, we often decide whether a year was “our year” based on what we accomplished: whether we landed that promotion, whether our summer fling became bae or bye, and so on. We measure ourselves by what we did, but we often overlook a huge part of that —the time and effort we took to keep pushing. You deserve a moment to clap for 2017, because you made it.

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