The Voice Of the People is a chance for people to inspire others and share their stories. We deal with a wide range of topics ranging from Politics and Activism to Various Cultural outlets to Entrepreneurs, but one thing they all have in common is they are working to make a difference in our world…..Among the guests we have had have been the Mayor of Durham, The Founders of Innclusive, Activists touching many subjects, and A TV Star from back in the Eighties………
The Unreasonable Fridays Podcast Network is a group of podcasts centered around unique Black voices and perspectives. From parents to doctors to gamers to sex workers, Unreasonable Fridays is where you go sit back, relax, and learn directly those with the most important message.
The SJS Show makes an attempt at emulating on-air morning and/or afternoon drive radio programs (i.e. Tom Joyner, Doug Banks, Steve Harvey). The format of the show is Urban Adult Contemporary (R&B & Old School) with a splash of Hip-Hop. In between the music, the crew of 4, with frequent guests, breaks in with several rotating segments designed to make you laugh, educate and inquire. Come in, grab a cocktail, grab a seat and hang out with the crew as we roll though some hot topics, purely random conversation and entertaining segments.
Pacific Northwest Cannabis Industry guy gets hecka baked and talks all things Cannabis, Cannabis Industry, Politics that impact Cannabis users, and more. We also chop it up about all sorts of strange stories, hidden histories, and Conspiracy theories. Check out my episodes about Mars Hill Church, Mel’s Hole, or The Landmark Forum to catch us at our aspirational best.
Talk Allowed, the podcast, is about building a community and creating a safe space to discuss issues that affect POC. Join your host Shanta’ Brown Licensed Mental Health Therapist and Licensed School Counselor as she gives everyday tips on life, relationships and family.
On the Avert Your Eyes Podcast, we talk with local creatives about their backgrounds and creative endeavors. We have featured local filmmakers, musicians, writers, etc. Consider yourself warned.