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Jun 20, 2017
In this Brothaspeak Podcast episode we speak with Antoine Craigwell, President, CEO, & Founder of DBGM (Depressed Black Gay Men), to discuss the untold truth of depression for queer people of color seeking help. ** www.DBGM.org **

HIGHLIGHTS

The journey of a depressed queer person of color seeking treatment

*How non-profit organizations treat people of color

*The Insurance game

*How minority therapist treat other people of color

ANTOINE CRAIGWELL

Antoine contributed as a writer for Out In Jersey magazine, The Bilerico Project, for several publications including FORTUNE Small Business magazine, The Bronx Times ReporterThe New York Amsterdam News,  was the assistant editor with The Network Journal, and a contributor to mainstreet.com. He graduated from Bernard Baruch College of the City University of New York, and in 2008 he earned awards from the New York Association of Black Journalists. He produced the documentary “You Are Not Alone” and facilitates discussion forums on depression in Black gay men.*** www.DBGM.org ***

BROTHASPEAK PODCAST

Brothaspeak Podcast where we discuss black lgbt issues and topics with humor, honesty, & info

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FACEBOOK - CLICK HERE

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Jun 9, 2017

In this Brothaspeak Podcast episode we speak with Antoine Craigwell, President, CEO, & Founder of DBGM (Depressed Black Gay Men), to discuss the untold truth of depression and how it is treated for queer people of color. ** www.DBGM.org **

HIGHLIGHTS

The journey of a depressed queer person of color seeking treatment

*How non-profit organizations treat people of color

*The Insurance game

*How minority therapist treat other people of color

ANTOINE CRAIGWELL

Antoine contributed as a writer for Out In Jersey magazine, The Bilerico Project, for several publications including FORTUNE Small Business magazine, The Bronx Times Reporter, The New York Amsterdam News,  was the assistant editor with The Network Journal, and a contributor to mainstreet.com. He graduated from Bernard Baruch College of the City University of New York, and in 2008 he earned awards from the New York Association of Black Journalists. He produced the documentary “You Are Not Alone” and facilitates discussion forums on depression in Black gay men.*** www.DBGM.org ***

BROTHASPEAK PODCAST

Brothaspeak Podcast where we discuss black lgbt issues and topics with humor, honesty, & info

INSTAGRAM - @brothaspeakpod

FACEBOOK - CLICK HERE

TWITTER - @BrothaspeakPod

www.Brothaspeakpod.net

May 26, 2017

In this podcast episode we interviewed Kevin Mumford, an author & historian to discuss his recent book "Not Straight, Not White". This compelling book recounts the history of black gay men from the 1950s to the 1990s, tracing how the major movements of the times--from civil rights to black power to gay liberation to AIDS.

HIGHLIGHTS

* Stories of activist & public figures

* Reason why the Black LGBT information has been hidden

* Surprising information on Malcolm X

GUEST INFORMATION & LINKS

Kevin Mumford, an author, professor, & African American LGBT historian 

Click Here - Google

* Click Here - Amazon

 

May 19, 2017

In this episode, Brothaspeak Podcast interviews with DC Black Pride's promoter of all promoters Mr. Daryl Wilson. Mr. Wilson comes to Brothaspeak Podcast full of surprises for this year's DC Pride and bringing only the best of the best!

DARYL WILSON

www.darylwilsondc.com

DC Pride Tickets

Tickets are $150 plus service charge

May 25th to 29th

 

BROTHASPEAK PODCAST

Brothaspeak Podcast where we discuss black lgbt issues and topics with humor, honesty, & info

INSTAGRAM - @brothaspeakpod

FACEBOOK - CLICK HERE

TWITTER - @BrothaspeakPod

www.Brothaspeakpod.net

May 14, 2017

Brothaspeak Podcast Interviews "parTy Boi" documentary director Michael Rice

parTy boi: black diamonds in ice castles” is a poetic periscope into the world of crystal meth addiction in the urban Black and Latino queer community. The film paints a broad and visual, yet harrowing picture of crystal meth addicts in their psychological state and reflection of drug use. parTy boi: black diamonds in ice castles features real stories of people who are thinking about using methamphetamine, dealing with the effects of usage, and surviving the addiction.

"parTy Boi" trailer - CLICK HERE

FACEBOOK - CLICK HERE

EMAIL - ricecreative.info@gmail.com

INSTAGRAM - @rice.creative

 

Brothaspeak Podcast where we discuss black lgbt issues and topics with humor, honesty, & info

INSTAGRAM - @brothaspeakpod

FACEBOOK - CLICK HERE

TWITTER - @BrothaspeakPod

www.Brothaspeakpod.net

May 9, 2017

In this episode, Brothaspeak Podcast speaks to a rising star within the Black LGBT community by the name of Kemar Jewel. Kemar Jewel is an award-winning international Director & Choreographer whose work has been featured on the Huffington Post, TIME Magazine, MSNBC, and Fox News. Jewel is also the mastermind behind the viral YouTube video "Voguing Train.". 

Twitter:  K_Jewel

Website: http://kemarjewel.com/

Instagram: mr_jewel

For those who wish to fund his latest project - CLICK HERE

"Voguing Train" - CLICK HERE

"The Runway Museum" - CLICK HERE 

"Vogue Ball Tango" - CLICK HERE

Brothaspeak Podcast, where we discuss Black LGBT issues and topics with humor, honesty, & info.

May 8, 2017

BrothaSpeak Podcast brings to you the local Moonlight Celebration in honor of Tarell Alvin McCraney, Barry Jenkins, and all cast & crew. This event was featured at the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center located in Liberty City Miami, Florida. The celebration also gave light to the community that helped develop the film and city that helped them become the creative masters they are today.

Brothaspeak Podcast speaking on Black LGBT issues and topics with humor, honesty, & info.

Apr 22, 2017

This podcast interview is with none other than SEVEN KING, the creator of the very first people of color transgender web series called 'Eden's Garden'. Seven's web series kicked off in 2015 with a huge reception which left fans wanting more. Now Seven is back in 2017 with 'Eden's Garden' and a few more surprises to share with the world.

YOUTUBE - EDEN'S GARDEN 

ARTICLE FEATURING SEVEN KING - CLICK HERE

EDEN'S GARDEN - CASTING INFO 

FACEBOOK - SEVEN KING

TWITTER - @Sevenking_

INSTAGRAM - @SEVENKINGOFFICIAL

Sevenking7000@gmail.com - Business & bookings

Brothaspeak Podcast speaking on Black LGBT issues and topics with humor, honesty, & info.

Apr 17, 2017

This is our first Brothaspeak Podcast Rising Star segment in which we introduce our first female Hip Hop artist making alot of noise in the Texas area and soon to be making noise across the world. She is known to her fans as GUCH, but for Brothaspeak Podcast she is known as a Rising Star. GUCH has been in the local Texas music scene since 2009 and she continues to only get better with time. Pay attention as you witness a star in the making.

GUCH current album is 7Hunnit (available on iTunes)

Listen to GUCH on Soundcloud - CLICK HERE

Brothaspeak Podcast hosted by African American gay men speaking on LGBT issues and topics within the Black gay community with humor, honesty, & info

Apr 7, 2017

This is a special Brothaspeak Podcast Townhall presentation is called "Is your man on the Down Low". This podcast is being held at the Pride Center location in Wilton Manors, FL hosted by Lorenzo Robinson. 

 

Mar 31, 2017

This episode features financial expert, success teacher, author, & CEO of one of the largest African American owned financial firms lending his financial wisdom and motivation to the listeners of the Brothaspeak Podcast audience. He has been featured in numerous articles and interviews such as Oraph Winfrey, Huffington Post, Ebony Magazine. Black Enterprise, & USA Today, and has won numerous awards. Brothaspeak Podcast is proud to feature Mr. Malcolm "MJ"Harris.

To learn more about Malcolm "MJ" Harris, become his clients, or join his team, visit MJ's website at www.Mymoneyhaspower.com

Follow him on social media @MJHarrisSpeaks

Brothaspeak Podcast hosted by African American gay men speaking on LGBT issues and topics within the Black gay community with humor, honesty, & info

Mar 31, 2017

In part 2 of this mini podcast episode (30 min) we discuss the process of growing older within the black gay community. In these episodes we discuss the experience, history, and the feeling of the whole thing. This candid conversation is joined by our Brothasspeak members Paul, Steve, & Carlton.

Brothaspeak Podcast hosted by African American gay men speaking on LGBT issues and topics within the Black gay community with humor, honesty, & info

Mar 28, 2017

In this mini podcast episode (30 min) we discuss the process of growing older within the black gay community. In these episodes we discuss the experience, history, and the feeling of the whole thing. This candid conversation is joined by our Brothasspeak members Paul, Steve, & Carlton.

Brothaspeak Podcast hosted by African American gay men speaking on LGBT issues and topics within the Black gay community with humor, honesty, & info

Mar 13, 2017

In this episode, we speak with one of the co-founders of a leather fetish organization for people of color called ONYX by the name MUFASA, and breaks down the true meaning of fetish, the history, and the growing interest.

Brothaspeak Podcast hosted by Chris speaking on LGBT issues and topics within the Black gay community with humor, honesty, & info

Jan 30, 2017
Gay & Hip Hop = The Pink Elephant LGBT Hip Hop Festival

Watch out Hip Hop cause here we come! The Pink Elephant LGBT Hip Hop Festival is coming strong and taking no shorts, but is the industry ready for openly gay hip hop artist? On this episode, we speak to JaPan, the creator of the festival.

Brothaspeak Podcast hosted by Chris speaking on Black LGBT issues and topics within the Black gay community with humor, honesty, & info

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