Culture

Ep 75: It’s Time You Got The Memo, with Minda Harts

I’m talking to the author of The Memo…and this summit was a long time coming.  You want to hear this conversation.  Minda Harts is on The Culture Soup Podcast.  You also have a chance to get a autographed copy of the book.  Listen to the end for details. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Ep 70: #ThrowbackThursday AUTHENTICALLY SHE PT2 with Trudy Bourgeois

This week, as we roll into the holiday season and I take some time off, we look back at our Women’s History Month series and the episode with my mentor-coach Trudy Bourgeois.  Buckle up and get ready for some real talk about how to do you the right way. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Ep 71: #ThrowbackThursday Holiday Edition with Audrey Dubois Harris

This holiday edition celebrates music.  It’s a #ThrowbackThursday, so we are taking it all the way back to the very first episode with The Queen of Soul’s Favorite Soprano, Audrey Dubois Harris. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Ep 69: Of Confessions and Transparency with Toure

SOMETHING HUGE happened while I was preparing for the #LinkedinLIVE broadcast… and it is just perfect for our Culture Soup Moment as I bring back my friend author, political commentator and podcast host Toure! Are you ready? He’ll talk about how he is getting personal and reformatting @toureshow, his political-cast @democracyish and a new YouTube series he’s embarking on. It’s all Thursday on #theculturesouppodcast Podcast: Play in new……

Ep 64: Do You Know the Power of  Your Influence and Your Dollar? with Cheryl Grace

If we can deplete supplies of chicken sandwiches and clear the shelves of sweet potato pies, what would happen if we withheld our influence and dollars? We could kill industries, but we are too busy consuming to know it. Nielsen SVP Cheryl Grace joins me on Thursday’s show to talk black influence and the black dollar. Tune in for our regular edition wherever fine podcasts drop. Oh, and……

Ep 62: #ThrowbackThursday The Hidden Figures Episode, Nicole Lynn, Danielle Surency Jones, Andrea Wilson

This #ThrowbackThursday is not only about Hidden Figures, it has a hidden gem in it.  There’s news for you in this edition that includes an editor’s pick harkening back to March 2019, Women’s History Month.  We take a look back at the Hidden Figures event sponsored by the North Texas Black Sports Professionals Network–the first time the show recorded live…because it will happen again in a very special……

Ep 59: Do you know what today is?  It’s our Anniversary!  (Surprise BONUS Episode)

It’s hard to believe that we just made a lap around the sun in the name of tech, culture and business, but we have!  Walk down memory lane with me and listen to a surprise guest…our first true reprise…who is also celebrating an anniversary.  Who could it be? You’ll have to listen to know.  Happy Wednesday, and surprise!!  A bonus episode is here…Turn UP!  Thank you for making……

Ep 58: Vegan Sexy Cool with Jacque Reid

Who is ready to go all in on the vegan lifestyle?  I talk to one of the gurus out there, TV and Radio journalist Jacque Reid.  It’s more than just a diet.  You need to hear this.  Eat better, do better….feel better. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Ep 57: The Human Genome Makes Us All the Same with Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr

I had the extraordinary privilege of chatting it up with this amazing man this morning, Harvard professor Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr, the foremost *anyone* on culture, ancestry and black heritage. Yes, he is a friend! But I was a fan first, having cited his writings throughout my masters theses back in 1995. Today, I got to have a conversation with him for The Culture Soup Podcast®️. I……

AWARD-WINNING WRITER, NATIONAL TV PERSONALITY TOURE TAPS NO SILOS COMMUNICATIONS GROUP FOR BRAND MANAGEMENT

DALLAS, TX | NEW YORK CITY, NY— (Oct 10, 2019) Whoever said that the pen is mightier than the sword, might have had award-winning writer and journalist Touré in mind, butthey probably hadn’t heard him speak.  His delivery is compelling, razor-sharp and surgical.  It is likely the only thing that comes close to rivaling his writings, which have appeared in Rolling Stone, the New York Times, the New……

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