Culture

45 Black Podcasts to Get Hooked On from BlackExcellence.com

  (Of the 45, The Culture Soup Podcast nabbed #13) If it took a pandemic for you to seek out some black podcasts to listen to, shame on you! If you’re just looking to add to your already impressive list of black podcasts, then welcome! Podcasts have had an incredible decade in the 2010s. Their popularity has grown to such an immense level that starting a new podcast…

LMS on Rockstar CMO FM Podcast

If you are looking for a wonderfully, easy to listen to, personal and no holds barred conversation about the impact of this civil rights movement on business, marketing and the workplace, take a listen to this podcast gem all the way from London. It’s safe to say that @rockstarcmo is one good reason the UK audience for @theculturesoup keeps my show in the Top 200 across the pond.…

#BLM Gets Mammy Kicked to the Curb–Where She Should Be–Here’s Why it Matters Today

    More than a year ago, I set out as a credentialed executive & business coach, on a mission to support women, women of color in their efforts to lead in a fractured digital economy and a workplace that sees us as outsiders.  So it stands to reason that as part of my “tech, culture and business” value proposition which is deeply rooted in my story, I’d come for the…

97.9 The Beat FM and The Dallas Weekly–“She Represents” features LMS

Thank you to @dallasweekly and @979thebeat for honoring me in this way. Tune in Saturday for their weekly feature “She Represents” where I speak to DJ Jazze Radio Chica about what I do and how entrepreneurs can weather the storm during a crisis like this. It airs first thing Saturday morning, and you can listen locally on the radio and internationally online. Following that, The Dallas Weekly will…

The Best Black-Owned Businesses in Dallas–Dallas Observer

Black-Owned Businesses You Can Support in North Texas ARIA BELL | JUNE 18, 2020 | 4:00AM The COVID-19 pandemic has given the nation a chance to observe, reflect, mobilize and unite to end systemic racism. While there are many ways to get involved with social reform organizations and to plan and prepare for protesting, one significant way to uplift black communities is by shopping locally at black-owned establishments. We’ve put together a list of black-owned businesses…

*Sips Tea* ☕️ But what will @dallascowboys owner Jerry Jones do? He’s quiet as a mouse on this topic of social justice, and Clarence Hill, Jr says “That’s not like him.” Even I said, “Come on out to the picnic, Jerry! It’s a good move!” He also says that the @nfl got “punked” by @nascar with their bold removal of the confederate flag from all their events. We…

Dear, Sis…your ‘procrastination’ may be overwhelm
Dear Sis.... Are you a high achieving, high performer that typically gets things done, but have found that recently, you’ve been putting things off?  This is a realization that I had about myself some time ago because whenever others said they were procrastinating, it was a term that simply didn’t resonate with me.   After all, I was the one who didn’t just get one thing done with…
Dallas Innovates Features LMS and Other North Texas Entrepreneurs

BY ALEX EDWARDS • JUN 12, 2020   Earlier this year, Texas was ranked as the No. 2 state for Black entrepreneurs to build a business. While there are many factors that make the state, and Dallas-Fort Worth, a great place for founders of color—camaraderie, opportunity, economic incentives—there’s still a ways to go when it comes to inclusion. Those issues are evermore apparent in the current state of…

Take a Walk in My Shoes: Empathy and White Fragility in the Age of Allyship

So you want to be an ally? It’s ok to be new to it. You just gotta be true to it. How? The biggest hurdle you’ll have is empathy. It’s the thing that allows you to take a walk in someone else’s shoes and causes you to look beyond yourself. It’s the one thing that topples white fragility, which is one of the most substantial barriers to allyship.…

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