The Meraki Broadcasting Pod

The Meraki Broadcasting Pod

By Shirlette Robinson
Welcome to "Meraki Broadcasting Group" We are a platform for broadcasters who spread positivity, helpful information, resources and more via Periscope, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and anywhere you can listen to a podcast..
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Author's Corner: Crown Shepherd

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Expert's Interview: DJ DUIIK and Music Theory
" My name is Steven Lipscomb known as DJ DUIIK (Duke). I am 32 years old and I have been DJing for 5 years. Throughout my five years of experience, I have been fortunate to DJ in three different states;Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia. I DJ in Atlanta and in Washington D.C for the Pancakes and Booze Art show https://www.pancakesandbooze.com Also, I have performed for family reunions, masquerade parties, rooftop pool party in Washington D.C https://penthousepoolclub.com/theyards/ I have DJ for 6 weddings so far this year (5) in the VA area and one in NC. In August of this year, I was hired for the Jr. Nike Golf Event In Durham, NC at Duke University golf course. My last gig was at Dogtown Brewery for their NYE event!That’s just a few examples of the gigs I have had over the past year. If you have anymore questions, I will be happy to answer them and I hope to hear from you soon. Thank you! "
16:29
February 21, 2020
Brown Table Talk: Thank you, White Savior.
Today, we centered our discussion around the documentary Hello privilege, my name is Chelsea.
50:51
February 19, 2020
Author's Corner: JC Sykes
JC is an influential writer of multiple genre's. This award winning author is a native of St. Louis, Missouri, and the mother of three daughters and one son. The four of their initials make up her memoirs' title; A.R.R.A. pronounced(era). A talented artist of many trades including carpentry, JC enjoys making furniture. Giving back to her community through mentorship and life coaching serves her heart's purpose. This innovative wife and mother is the youngest of eleven children between both mother and father; including her deceased twin brother Chase. He died when the two were twenty five years old. JC began keeping a journal at nine years old. She is the embodiment of selflessness and determination. An intelligent, creative, and loving individual. It's said that one's mistakes sets the boundaries of where they end up in life. JC is not one to live by common expectations of society. She's a barrier breaker! Always striving to be better than yesterday, JC embraces self education as a mentor and leader. This home grown entrepreneur does it all! From construction to women's beauty; dedication, and a good attitude branded her the nickname, Kween among her peers. When this woman puts her mind to somthing there's nothing that can stop her.
26:54
February 17, 2020
Author's Corner: Azure Thompson
For Valentine's day we are sitting down with poet and author Azure Thompson.
15:04
February 14, 2020
Expert's Interview: Love and Sex and Healing: Aisha Bates (Explicit)
Listen to this one when the kids are gone! With Valentine's day being so close, we have Sex Expert Aisha on today helping us ... open up a bit. Aisha Bates sex therapist and doula since 2010 born and raised in East San Antonio Texas.
23:19
February 12, 2020
Author's Corner: Xan Tucker
Xan Tucker was born and raised in Arkansas. She currently resides in metro Atlanta. She attended THE University of Arkansas and University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. She is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. She is one of seven siblings. She has been writing stories since she could write. Her love for writing was fostered by her mom’s love for creating short stories to read to her and her siblings on the weekends. She published her first work in 2017. Since then she has published a five book series and become an Emma Award Winning Author for her last book, Trusting Love. In addition to writing, she loves running, traveling the world, reading, cooking, mentoring and spending time with family and friends. Follow her on social media FB @authorxantucker IG @authorxantucker and subscribe to her newsletter via the website: www.xantucker.com. All books can be purchased via Amazon & Kindle. You can contact her via email: xantucker@gmail.com.
16:15
February 10, 2020
Author's Corner: Tommy Gobbs
Tommy Gibbs Author of The Prodigal Son published is 2014. Born in South East DC.
14:45
February 7, 2020
Author's Corner: Crown Shepherd
Crown Shepherd is an emerging fiction, picture book, and comic book writer. Her writing is a result of her surroundings and upbringing. She has always been deeply rooted in literature and writing, but it wasn’t until she found more writers that look like her that her writing soared. Those writers allowed her to dream and create by her own standards, and from a point of view of a black protagonist. As someone from an underrepresented community, Crown knows what it means to have representation feed your creativity. The stories she wants to share are aimed at giving a voice to the voiceless.
17:23
February 5, 2020
Author's Corner: Sunshyne Regal
Sunshyne Regal was born on the Southside of Chicago. As a young girl she loved to read books and write short stories. One of her favorite classes in school was in English. She took creative writing courses in college with dreams of one day writing her own book. In the summer of 2017, with the encouragement of her mother she decided to stop dreaming and start writing. She did this while working her regular job as a school bus driver and running her small business Sunshyne's Body Naturals. She was so desperate to prove to herself that she could do it, she wrote 90% of her book in Google Docs on her phone. Sunshyne Regal resides in Waukegan, IL with her husband of 20 years, six wonderful children and three grandchildren.
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February 3, 2020
January 20, 2020
00:55
January 20, 2020
EP 9: Pour one out
We are talking about ancestors today; who are they, why are they important, how can we honor them.
10:41
October 7, 2019
EP 8: About your business
Talking with a professional event planner who also happens to be a dynamic black woman. Ins and outs of business and more.
33:22
September 30, 2019
EP 7: #DebtFreeCommunity
This episode is touching on how to become debt free especially under student loans.
29:54
September 16, 2019
EP 6: Questions from the triggered
This episode is an interview with a relationship expert. Your questions answered from a professional's point of view.
1:13:26
September 9, 2019
EP 5: In a child's mind
This episode we are speaking with a professional that works with special needs kids. How can we raise children with healthier minds? What can we do differently?
33:43
September 2, 2019
EP 4: What do you need from us? PT 1
This episode is an interview episode with one of my friends. A conversation to start some conversation around the black male perspective on mental health and more.
37:11
August 26, 2019
EP 3: Criss Cross Applesauce
Today we are scratching the surface with Yoga. Its more than just some cool looking poses.
22:36
August 19, 2019
EP 2: What you won't do..
Today we are talking about self care; what it is and isn't. Ways to practice self-care and why it's important.
14:27
August 12, 2019
EP 1: Squeeze a little Play-Doh
You'll learn what grounding is, why its important, how to implement it in everyday life and a guided meditation at the end.
22:58
August 5, 2019
TWB Podcast Trailer (old)
This episode is a sneak peek into what to expect from TWB Podcast.
02:02
July 12, 2019