20 Best Black Nonprofit Podcasts
Black Nonprofit Podcasts
Here are 20 Best Black Nonprofit Podcasts worth listening to in 2023
1. Black America Cares | Nonprofit Showcase Podcast
Washington, District of Columbia, US
This podcast is for and about African Americans seeking assistance and those who provide it. We discuss what Black America Cares is doing, but our focus is showcasing Black-Owned nonprofits and businesses. This is the only platform that gives Nonprofit Leaders and Business Owners who do community outreach an opportunity to share what they're doing and how they're making an impact in economically challenged communities. We also help listeners discover the information they need, so they can get the assistance they need.
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Play⋅ 846⋅ 2.5K ⋅1 episode / week ⋅ Avg Length 65 min Get Email Contact More
2. Black History Year
Learning your history makes you - and your people - stronger. As Black people, we know we're left out of the history books. That we need access to experts, information and ideas so we can advance our people. Black History Year connects you to the history, thinkers, and activists that are left out of the mainstream conversations. You may not agree with everything you hear, but we're always working toward one goal: uniting for the best interest of Black people worldwide. BHY is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company.
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Play⋅ 11K⋅ 3.8K ⋅1 episode / day ⋅ Avg Length 4 min Get Email Contact More
3. Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show
Los Angeles, California, US
Jesse Lee Peterson is public figure, founder of BOND, and outspoken critic of the so-called social justice movements today.
Play⋅ 102.2K⋅ 106.2K ⋅3 episodes / day ⋅ Avg Length 60 min ⋅ May 2017 Get Email Contact More
4. Black Educators Matter
Our goal is to share the stories of 500 Black Educators. We will celebrate the impact and achievements, learn from the lessons & challenges, and highlight the important roles that educators play in our lives. Black Educators Matter is a nonprofit organization designed to create an ecosystem for Black educators globally. Through engagement and podcasting, we will document our stories and harness our collective power to enact change and make excellence equitable.
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Play 23 episodes / year ⋅ Avg Length 38 min Get Email Contact More
San Diego, California, US
We spotlight Black and African entrepreneurs, artists, Non-profit leaders, and community activists to learn from their career and entrepreneurship journey. Listeners gain access to these accomplished professionals' knowledge, resources, and tools and come away with the know-how, confidence, and motivation needed to RISE in their Career and Business.
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Play⋅ 694⋅ 33 ⋅1 episode / week ⋅ Avg Length 56 min ⋅ Dec 2020 Get Email Contact More
6. 100 Black Fundraisers Strat-talks
Washington, District of Columbia, US
Black fund development professionals and fundraisers bring invaluable perspective to their roles, especially within nonprofit agencies serving the Black community. Unfortunately, their perspective isn't always welcomed, heard, or celebrated in their workplaces. Tune in to hear Black fundraisers shed light on challenges they face in the workplace, how they are responding to and overcoming those challenges to achieve success.
Play⋅ 601⋅ 1.2K ⋅1 episode / day ⋅ Avg Length 45 min ⋅ Feb 2021 Get Email Contact More
BLACKONYX is a nonprofit Cyber Media Syndication produced by the Premiere Lumiere Agency. Everyone can excerise freedom to voice their opinion. However, topics discussed may be controversial as subjects are geared to Social Conflict in an effort to create awareness for immediate Change. People can speak up about things they would not dare to do elsewhere. Most importantly being that onyx is a black gemstone that symbolizes life, energy and is unisex as also nongender name it's all cyber.
Play⋅ 203 ⋅2 episodes / year ⋅ Avg Length 192 min ⋅ May 2020 Get Email Contact More
Are you a black creative trying to monetize your art? A corporate creative advancing your career? Or an entrepreneur trying to grow your business? Well, BlackXecutive has entered the chat. BlackXecutive is a podcast for black creatives created by a black creative. We share inspiration and actionable advice for black creatives going pro. With each episode, we'll chat with black creatives thriving in entrepreneurship, corporate careers, and the nonprofit sector. You'll wrap up with a few key takeaways, and be a little more inspired, and a little more connected.
Play⋅ 448⋅ 21⋅ 218 ⋅1 episode / year ⋅ Avg Length 52 min ⋅ Sep 2020 Get Email Contact More
9. Nonprofit Utopia Podcast
Chicago, Illinois, US
Formerly known as Nonprofit 'U', the Nonprofit Utopia podcast is an extension of the ideal community for emerging nonprofit leaders. We use our podcast as an online forum where nonprofit stakeholders can discuss the latest developments in the sector and increase their capacity to serve their clients and build sustainable communities. Valerie F. Leonard, an expert in community and organizational development is the host. Topics include nonprofit management, community development, capacity building and organizational development.
Play⋅ 615⋅ 190 ⋅3 episodes / month ⋅ Avg Length 53 min ⋅ Nov 2016 Get Email Contact More
10. Thoughts of an Empath
Podcast branch of the 'Thoughts of an Empath' Nonprofit Organization. Providing inspiration, perspective, and vulnerability. 'Thoughts of an Empath' is dedicated to bridging the ideological gap across generational lines in Black Communities.
Play⋅ 158 ⋅2 episodes / year ⋅ Avg Length 26 min ⋅ Dec 2018 Get Email Contact More
11. Young, Black & Widowed
Chattanooga, Tennessee, US
Young, Black & Widowed Inc. is a progressive 501(c)3 nonprofit, plus podcast, which connects Millennial & Generation Z widow(er)s of color to a daily one-on-one peer support line, grief resources, scholarships and professionals within their home cities, across the United States.
Play⋅ 1K ⋅ Oct 2020 Get Email Contact More
12. BlackBoard Africa Podcast
Roodepoort, Gauteng, South Africa
Cultivating youth talents towards a transformed society.Blackboard Africa is a registered non-profit organisation based in Johannesburg, South Africa. The brainchild of youth activists and social entrepreneurs Amonge Sinxoto and Zingisa Socikwa, Blackboard Africa aims to bridge the leadership gap among young people with a view to addressing Africa's challenges. The season now demands for the African youth to arise, write their own stories and build a society that they they would want to see.
Play⋅ 2.1K⋅ 1.3K ⋅ Jan 2021 Get Email Contact More
13. SHE IS WOMAN
SHE IS WOMAN is a channel for women all over the world to connect in conversations about us, for us and by us as black women coming from different states to bridge the gap between the veterans with the experience of the growth journeys they have taken along the road to discovery and success as black women. Let's become prayer worriers in everything we Touch, Say and Do! Godfidence in the movement of women in all socio economic backgrounds in order to connect, collaborate, cooperate in the world of business, entrepreneurship.
Play⋅ 638⋅ 95 ⋅ Apr 2020 Get Email Contact More
14. The Black Film Space Podcast
New York City, New York, US
Learn the ins and outs of TV and film production from the world's top black content creators. Episodes are released every Monday. Black Film Space is a non profit organization dedicated to enhancing the careers of black filmmakers.
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Play⋅ 2.8K⋅ 845 ⋅5 episodes / year ⋅ Avg Length 57 min ⋅ Jul 2018 Get Email Contact More
15. Black America Podcast
Detroit, Michigan, US
Black America Podcast (BAP) centers Blackness in American news. Host, Rielle Jones, interviews unique primary sources providing nuance to riveting issues. BAP is created by the Black America Summit team, a female and minority operated 501(c)3 nonprofit supported by the Arts Business Collaborative.
Play⋅ 229⋅ 9 ⋅ Aug 2020 Get Email Contact More
16. The Journey Continues Podcast
Cities United supports a national network of mayors who are committed to reducing the epidemic of homicides and shootings. On our podcast we'll explore the different voices that support, uplift and engage our mission within our network. Addressing different challenges and successes that are a result of creating safe, healthy and hopeful neighborhoods for black men and boys. That's why our podcast's sponsor, Levi Strauss & Co. has pledged its support for gun violence prevention through providing philanthropic grants to nonprofits and youth activists working to end gun violence.
Play⋅ 705⋅ 3.5K ⋅2 episodes / quarter ⋅ Avg Length 48 min ⋅ Aug 2020 Get Email Contact More
17. Bawse With A Cause
Welcome to Bawse With a Cause- the first podcast and digital platform designed to explore and advance the perspectives, experiences, stories, and insights of leaders of color in the wider nonprofit sector. Useful insights, managerial how-to's, and personal leadership stories make Bawse With A Cause a rich resource for any professional working in the non-profit sector. At the forefront of our mission at Bawse With A Cause is empowering leaders of color by providing a singular platform to discover useful industry resources, tools, and career building tips.
Play⋅ 400⋅ 10 ⋅ Jun 2019 Get Email Contact More
18. Good Morning, Neighbors
Good Morning, Neighbors is a 30-minute interview series that airs on Drexel University's Independent Radio Station. GMN features community leaders involved in neighborhood nonprofits about their work and their place within Philadelphia's larger nonprofit landscape. The theme of this season is focused around the black lives matter movement and will be educating listeners on Black history and what has gotten us to where we are today. We will also be interviewing non-profits and organizations on the front lines and serving our community in social justice.
Play⋅ 1 ⋅ Aug 2020 Get Email Contact More
19. Elevate Black
Elevate Black is a podcast featuring student, youth-leader, and founder of Non-Profit Organization BlkVoicesAmplified, Ayana Vicks-Jason. This podcast dives deep into the issues faced within the black community. Ranging from politics, activism, societal pressures and black culture, Elevate Black is here to bring you the toughest conversations with a twist of humor. Elevate Black will feature the community's most talented youth, experts, athletes, role models, and advocates.
Play Feb 2021 Get Email Contact More
20. DYD Podcast | A Message For Young Black Boys
Savannah, Georgia, US
Dandy Youth Development (DYD) is a 501(c)(3) US tax-exempt nonprofit organization. It was founded in 2015 by Dr. J. Alphonso Dandy in an effort to combat the negative statistics and low expectations promoted against Black boys and men in America. He is convinced that if Black boys and young men are given the preparation and opportunity to excel, they can and will succeed.
Play⋅ 398 ⋅ Jul 2020 Get Email Contact More
Black Nonprofit Podcasters
|Podcaster Name||Podcast Link||Total Episodes|
|Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson||jesseleepeterson.com||702|
|Adesola Akindele, Taryell Simmons||riseurbannation.com||6|
|Black Film Space Podcast||blackfilmspace.com||5|