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HBCU AF Podcast

Kyle Mcclenney

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Welcome to the HBCU AF Podcast!!!!!! 4 friends from a HBCU sit and talk HBCU life and current events in the world. Focus: HBCU life, money funding at HBCU's, HBCU sports, HBCU history, HBCU excellence at other schools, Band life, D9 world, HBCU campus news, current events, culture, and understand HBCU's have talent and produce excellence just like these other schools our degrees work just as good and there is no better experience than an HBCU experience!!!!! Contact: HBCUAFPodcast@gmail.com ...
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Rhoden Fellows: HBCU 468

Andscape, William C. Rhoden

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Andscape’s Rhoden Fellows podcast is hosted by a rotation of six undergraduate students at HBCU’s who are training under New York Times award-winning columnist William C. Rhoden as the next generation of sports journalists. Through the lens of sports, the fellows discuss stories about race, class and culture.
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HBCU Voice

HBCU Voice

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HBCU Voice is a News & Observer sports podcast discussing race, culture and HBCU sports. Twitter: twitter.com/hbcuvoice Instagram: instagram.com/hbcu_voice Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hbcuvoice/?fref=ts&ref=br_tf
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HBCU News

HBCU News

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We discuss everything about HBCUs. From sports, greek life, business, campus activities, and so much more. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hbcunews/support
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The HBCU Podcast

The HBCU Podcast Network

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Class is in session. Hosts discuss Historically Black Colleges and Universities while spotlighting alumni through news, colorful commentary, and interviews. Listen to conversations on “hot button” HBCU topics and meet HBCU graduates making a mark in a variety of industries. The assignment is to make you think, laugh, respect and appreciate HBCUs!
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Welcome to The HBCU Audio Experience, hosted by entrepreneur Todd Finley. The HBCU Audio Experience podcast is produced and distributed by HBCU Grad. On this podcast you'll find a mix of interviews, strategy sessions, behind the scenes, news and fireside chats with HBCU Grads and students. You'll also hear current thoughts that the HBCU Grad staff records originally for this audio experience! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hbcugrad/support
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HBCU to Startup

HBCU to Startup

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Our mission is to connect HBCU alumni (of all ages) and students to opportunities in tech. Interviews with startup founders and employees that give the insider perspective of startup life.
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This episode Tony Morgan rejoins us and we start off the episode talking work and taxes. We talking about facebook login everyone out and at&t service going out. The team sends RIP to Detroit HBCU band legend Brandon Stubblefield. Is Jackson State Sonic Boom the face of the HBCU band world now???? Trump drops a sneaker and we react to the shoe and …
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In this new episode, all three fellows get to sit down and meet Gabrielle Heyward, a fellow chosen for the upcoming 8th class. The group talks about her career goals, goals within the fellowship and her relationship with current fellow Aggie, Kamryn Jackson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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In this episode, Kamryn sits down with Assata Allah-Shabazz, a junior at Morgan State University and an incoming member of the 8th class of Rhoden Fellows. The two talk about Assata's family history, her time at Morgan State, and her excitement about becoming a new Rhoden Fellow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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TW: sexual assault Christy talks with Nathan B. Haymer, the former director of Southern University's renowned "Human Jukebox." They delve into the intriguing details of Nathan's newly released tell-all book, "Juked," where he candidly shares the highs and lows of his tenure as SU's director. From the intricacies of leading the Human Jukebox to the …
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In this episode, the fellows talk about their excitement about the Celebration Bowl, considering Howard is going and FAMU is still in the running. Additionally, the fellows talk about what they're looking forward to during Thanksgiving Break and their thoughts on the internship at the halfway point. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone…
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Former Two Time Presidential AppointeeAuthor, Exceptional, Being the Exceptional to the RuleHead of Strategy & Managing Partner, Capital Global Leader GroupExecutive In ResidenceMercer UniversityStetson-Hatcher School of BusinessProfessor, Morehouse College"Professionally, I have either lead or worked for financial institutions and served or advise…
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George Williams is one of the most iconic figures in the history of collegiate athletics. The legendary coach built a track and field powerhouse at Saint Augustine's University and kept it in the limelight during his illustrious 44-year coaching career.The Falcons and Lady Falcons captured an astounding 39 NCAA Division II national titles, which pl…
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In this episode, the fellows speak with Howard Alum Ericka Goodman-Hughey and NCAT Alum James Belton to share stories from their homecomings in the past and hopes for homecomings in the future. The Rhoden Fellowship/Scholarship will be closing on October 30th, so apply at UNCF.org today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoice…
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The Rhoden Fellows class of 2024 host a new episode discussing the upcoming book entitled “Coach Prime: Deion Sanders and the Making of Men.” The fellows are joined by fellowship creator William Rhoden and book author, Jean-Jacques Taylor, who gives a behind-the-scenes look into the Coach Prime and the book. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
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The Rhoden Fellows class of 2024 discuss what it means to be a student- athlete at an HBCU. They are joined by FAMU track star Michael Crimbley II, and Howard volleyball players Sierra Edmonds and Heaven Nunley. The student-athletes talk about their experiences with the sports they love, while the fellows learn what it means to be good multitaskers…
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Coach Lorne Donaldson is currently the Head Coach of Jamaica's Reggae Girlz. The Girlz recently competed in the Women's World Cup and exceeded their expectations by making it to the Round of 16 for the first time. They did so by coming out of one of the toughest groupings in the first round. That accomplishment was the first not only for the island…
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Janet L. Williams is the Vice President for Finance and Administration / CFO for Elon University. She has over thirty years of professional experience in higher education and industry. Williams is a strategic leader who has extensive experience as a chief financial officer and manager of complex operations.Prior to her leadership at Elon University…
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The Rhoden Fellows class of 2024, Takier George, Kamryn Jackson and Lawrence Goss, discuss their summer session in Washington, D.C. They are joined by the face of the fellowship William Rhoden, who outlines the origins of the program. The fellows also highlight their expectations leading into their senior year of college. Learn more about your ad c…
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HAROLD MILLS is the CEO of VMD Ventures focused on investing in entrepreneurs in a variety oftechnology and service industries. Mills is also former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ZeroChaos,a leading global workforce management company. Mills is attributed with building ZeroChaos from inception to a multi-billion-dollar company with operat…
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Jamaican, Alia Atkinson is a four {5} time Olympian and a myth buster. She is the first person of color to achieve a Swimming World Title!Alia’s indomitable spirit – After the 2012 Olympics Games, Alia felt that she had more to offer the sport of swimming and continued her training at the SOFLO Swim Club with Coach Christopher Anderson Jr. During t…
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Our host Kyle is a married man now congrats to him and new wife!!! We start off the episode polictial with are they really going to charge trump? and How Ron Desantis is effecting the public schools and even our beloved Divine 9. The team send prayers to DC young fly and discuss Azelia Banks comments on DC during his time of bereavement. We also sp…
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Mr. Gerald Hector talks with special guest, Coach Hue Menzies on #ItsEasySon. Mr. Hues has over 35+ Years Coaching Experience, has served as the Executive Director of Central Florida Kraze/Krush, 2012 - Present, and has over 600+ college player placements and pro leagues. His accolades also includes coaching the NY/NJ Gotham NWSL-Pro League, in 202…
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In this wide ranging interview, Christian Conservative Republican HBCU supporter and real estate entrepreneur John Crossman talks about supporting HBCUS, Christianity, FAMU, good employees, being an author, public speaking, Republicans and so much more. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hbcugrad/support…
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Rhoden Fellows Scott Lipscomb and Jaicee Christian talk about their favorite moments from the fellowship this year. They are also joined by Cullen Davis Basketball Communications Coordinator for the Chicago Bulls. He spoke about what HBCU students can do to get involved in sports and what helped him get to where he is today. Learn more about your a…
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Tony Jenkins is the Market President for the Central Florida region where he provides strategic oversight and leads a team in developing business plans to increase and retain membership, enhance brand visibility and coordinate employee engagement.Tony was instrumental in establishing Florida Blue’s diversity efforts in 2001. Prior to joining Florid…
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Dr John Gallagher’s Juvenile Justice Class at Morgan State University’s School of Social Work sat down with HBCU Grad’s Todd Finley for a comprehensive conversation about social work, careers, internships, juvenile Justice, therapy, HBCUS and so much more. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hbcugrad/support…
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This week on the Rhoden Fellows podcast, Pam Rentz and Monet Heath discuss their experiences as women in HBCU marching bands. They are joined by former Howard University drum major Destiny Moore. They also discuss the recent controversy with LSU women’s basketball player Angel Reese. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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This week’s podcast, produced by Pam Rentz with co-hosts Alexis Black and Scott Lipscomb, features cheerleaders Alivia Barrow, Teddie Reid, and Jayla Bumbry discussing their experience with HBCU cheerleading and preparation for the NCA College Nationals. The Fellows also highlight HBCU gymnastics, including the Fisk University team, in addition to …
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Courtesy of NASAKelvin Manning has served as deputy director of NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida since July 2021. In this capacity, Manning shares responsibility with Kennedy Director Janet Petro in managing the Kennedy team of civil service and contractor employees, determining and implementing center policy, and managing and executi…
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Dr. Brandy Williams is one of the youngest owners of a pharmacist in Houston. She is a graduate of Texas Southern University and has consistently provided support and scholarship efforts for Texas Southern Students. In 2022, Dr. Williams provided over $100,000 in scholarships to minorities that are interested in medicine. This April, she will open …
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Travis L. Williams is the Founder & CEO of HBCU All-Stars LLC, a black-owned sports marketing, events, and media company in Atlanta, GA focused on “Advocating, Educating, Exposing, Mentoring, & Investing in Hard-working, Talented, Ambitious Student-Athletes & Brilliant Coaches at Distinguished Historical Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs)” from …
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Our Host, Anthony Ray, talks with Mrs. Arnika Frazier-Jackson, Director of Panda Cares Student Professional Development Programs, about the upcoming leadership conference and all things Panda Cares!For the past two years, the Panda Cares Scholars Leadership Conference powered by UNCF, has been held virtually. This March, the interactive and innovat…
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Mr. Anthony Ray talks with Coach Eric Strothers, head basketball coach of the Tougaloo Bulldogs.Coach Strothers is no stranger to the basketball court or coaching. He spent three decades as an assistant coach at Jackson State and Mississippi Valley State Universities.While currently holding the record for most wins at Tougaloo as a first time head …
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This week on the Rhoden Fellow Podcast, Host Monet Heath and Co-Host Alexis Black discuss with NBA Foundation Executive Director Greg Taylor and NBA 2022 Fellow Amirah Ali about the 2023 NBA HBCU Fellowship and the opportunities this program provides for undergraduate and graduate HBCU students that are interested. The Fellows also mention the awar…
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In this episode, HBCU Grad (@hbcugrad) founder Todd Finley (@toddnfinley) and The House of Eve author Sadeqa Johnson had a conversation ranging from her childhood to her children attending HBCUs. The conversation started with Sadeqa talking about how she discovered and developed her love of reading and writing. She then touched on her first few job…
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Pamela Rentz and Jaicee Christian talk about the situation with Darius Miles, of the University of Alabama basketball team. The duo also discuss the reaction of students surrounding the Bethune-Cookman University ordeal and Ed Reed This week's special guest is SGA Vice President Janiya Jones, of Bethune-Cookman. Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
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In this episode, HBCU Grad (@hbcugrad) founder Todd Finley (@toddnfinley) and Morgan State University Professor of Social Work Dr John Gallagher come together to have a wide ranging conversation around Dr Gallagher's ten years of research around giving African Americans a voice in the quality of services they receive in the criminal justice system.…
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In this episode the fellows discuss returning from winter break, the Golden Globes award winners, the Missouri Republicans adopting a strict dress code and an interview with Zoey Hodge's grandmother. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesAv Andscape, William C. Rhoden
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