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Living The Principles Podcast
33 minutes | Jun 23, 2022
In this episode, LaTricia and Phyllis talk about some of the things they noticed as it pertains to Juneteenth once it became a national holiday. If you enjoy the podcast and support the work we do, please support us on ko-fi at www.ko-fi.com/livingtheprinciples
41 minutes | May 26, 2022
The Many Paths of Malcolm X
In this episode, Phyllis and LaTricia go live to talk about Malcolm X on his birthday May 19th. They share the information they learned about Malcolm X from the 1972 documentary Malcolm X from his childhood to his assasination. If you enjoy the podcast and support the work we do, please support us on ko-fi at www.ko-fi.com/livingtheprinciples
28 minutes | May 12, 2022
The Erasure of Afro-Mexicans
In this episode, LaTricia and Phyllis share what they learned about Afro-Mexicans. They talk about the history, culture and issues of the Afro-Mexican population in Mexico. if you enjoy the podcast and support the work we do, please support us on Ko-fi at www.ko-fi.com/livingtheprinciples
37 minutes | Apr 28, 2022
Act Like a Lady-Think for Yourself
In this episode, LaTricia and Phyllis speak with certified etiquette consultant Romunda Guice. Romunda defined etiquette, gave examples of etiquette and shared some myths and best practices. You can find more information about Romunda at http://www.mochasouthernbellesoe.com If you enjoy the podcast and support the work we do, please support us on Ko-fi at www.ko-fi.com/livingtheprinciples
33 minutes | Apr 14, 2022
Bel Air vs. Fresh Prince of Bel Air
In this episode, Phyllis and LaTricia share their thoughts and opinions about the differences and similarities in the the 1990's Fresh Price of Bel Air and the 2022 reboot Bel Air. If you enjoy the podcast and suppo rt the work we do, please support us on Ko-fi at www.ko-fi.com/livingtheprinciples
43 minutes | Mar 31, 2022
Why Aren't Black Women Getting Married
In this episode, Phyllis and LaTricia have a conversation with Barbara Williams about some of the reasons Black women aren't getting married. To learn more about Barbara, visi her website at www.barbaraannwilliams.com If you enjoy the podcast and support the work we do, please support us on Ko-fi at www.ko-fi.com/livingtheprinciples
37 minutes | Feb 27, 2022
What is Black Excellence?
In this episode, Phyllis and LaTricia asked some members of their community to weigh in on the concept "Black Excellence". Some answered the question "What is Black Excellence?" while others talked about the misconceptions about the term and whether or not there is pressure associated with the idea of "Black Excellence". If you enjoy the podcast and support the work we do, please support us on Ko-fi at www.ko-fi.com/livingtheprinciples
45 minutes | Jan 18, 2022
The Problems with Kwanzaa
In this episode, Phyllis and LaTricia have a conversation about the problems with Kwanzaa. Kwanzaa has received some negative feedback and they dive into the issues. Tune in and share your feedback.
42 minutes | Dec 25, 2021
Black American in Nigeria
In this episode, LaTricia and Phyllis have a conversation with Porsche Steele. Porsche shares her story of how she met her husband online, traveled to Nigeria to meet him and decided to stay in Nigeria. She also shares the passionate work she does through the Emancipation Movement and her publishing services company, MysticqueRose. Porsche is hosting a virtual Kwanzaa event during the seven days of Kwanzaa. To learn move, visit her Facebook page @emancipation365 and her Instagram page @emancipationmvmt
36 minutes | Oct 23, 2021
What If We Believe? Interview With Joann Cox
In this episode, LaTricia and Phyllis have a conversation with transitions coach and motivational speaker, Joann Cox about truly believing what we say we believe. They talk about the difference between saying you believe and actually believing. Joann drops gems about the things that stand in your way and ways to increase and activate your faith. You can find Joann at justifiedjewel.com. If you enjoy our podcast and the work we do, please support us on Ko-fi at www.ko-fi.com/livingtheprinciples
35 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
In this episode Phyllis and LaTricia have a conversation about the movie Concrete Cowboys. The movie is based on They shared how they saw the principles in different aspects of the movie. Additionally, they talked about their personal experiences with cowboys and riding horses. Phyllis gave a shout out to her friend who has a western wear boutique. Visit the website to find unique cowboy boots, hats, buckles and other accessories. www.micherridolls.com
39 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Grandmother of Juneteenth: Interview with Ms. Opal Lee
In this episode, Phyllis and LaTricia speak with Ms. Opal Lee about Juneteenth. Ms. Opal has been celebrating Juneteenth for decades. She talks about the different Juneteenth events in Fort Worth, Texas and how celebrations have evolved. She also talked about the work she is doing in the community at 94 years old and what she is doing to make Juneteenth a national holiday.
23 minutes | May 27, 2021
Celebrating Two Milestones: 2nd Podcastversary and 50th episode
In this episode, LaTricia and Phyllis celebrate their 50th episode and 2 year podcast anniversary. They talk about their growth and challenges. They also talk about some actions taken as a result of podcast episodes. They thank all of their supporters for going on this journey with them and they receive feedback from guests and listeners.
45 minutes | May 13, 2021
Dealing With Mother Issues
In this episode, LaTricia and Phyllis have a conversation with Clinical Social Worker Rachelle McCloud about mother issues during Mental Health Awareness month. Rachelle talks about some of the causes and symptoms of "mommy issues". She also talked about solutions and ways to self regulate to have healthier relationships and be better parents.
28 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
Poetry and Conversation Part 2
In this episode, LaTricia and Phyllis have a conversation with another poet, Latrice Thomas finishing their 2 part poetry panel for National Poetry month. Latrice speaks about how poetry is her first love and shares her journey as a poet. Like the other poets in the previous episode, she speaks about her influences and the type of poetry she writes. Latrice also reads one of her poems. Since this is a continuation of the previous episode, there is no principle challenge, good news or soul snack.
55 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
Poetry and Conversation Part 1
In this episode, Phyllis and LaTricia have a conversation with three poets (Lavinia Jackson, Nick Courmon, and Ashley Paige) about poetry, their influences and how they see poetry by Black poets differently. Each of the poets share their poetry giving us a feel of how poetry varies from poet to poet.
32 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
A Different Side of Our CoHost
In this episode, LaTricia interviews her co-host Phyllis in honor of National Poetry Month. Did you know that Phyllis writes poetry? Tune in to this episode to learn more about Phyllis' poetic journey and more.
36 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
Black Family History: Searching for the Missing Link
In this episode, LaTricia and Phyllis speak with Yolanda Headen-Wells about genealogy research. Yolanda shares her story of researching her family history and how it led to researching the history of many other families. She spoke about the different places you can go to research your own family history.
47 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
What We Still Have Wrong About HIV in 2021
In this episode, Phyllis and LaTricia speak with HIV advocate and activist, Alicia Diggs about HIV awareness. She shared information on the impact and stigma associated with a diagnosis of HIV. She also busted some myths and spoke about the importance of language. March 10th is National Women and Girls HIV Awareness Day.
41 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
Black Love-Interview with Rio and Micca Watkins
In this episode, LaTricia and Phyllis have a conversation with authors and relationship experts, Rio and Micca Watkins about Black love. Rio and Micca share what Black love means to them. They also talk about what a "Powermate" is and how to attract yours.
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