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Dope Black Mums
Dope Black Mums
The Black Mums Upfront Podcast is a weekly podcast fronted by Carina White, Natalie Duvall, Nana-Adwoa Mbeutcha and Endy Mckay. They rarely agree on anything but always keep it real… sometimes too real. Getting upfront about their experience of modern-day motherhood - with top tips, inspirational guests, insightful topics, eye-opening honesty, and lots of laughter. Welcome to the Sisterhood.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 134 ratings
Full enjoyment 🖤🖤🖤🖤
Ladies I just love your discussions, your honesty, humour and ability to share. I appreciate you. Great podcast.
kam5star via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/07/21
love it!!
this podcast is hilarious, relevant, relatable, educational, and overall a gem. i look forward to every new episode!! thank you so much for the thought-provoking moments as well as the awkward laughing-out-loud-all-alone moments that listening to this pod has given me.
_ann_rose_ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/24/21
Keeping it real and relevant
I’m am loving this podcast, it’s like sitting in a room with my girlfriends. I laugh, cry, agree and disagree but it’s all love. A must have listen during my long runs
MelFM via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/23/21
Recent Episodes
School is in session - For the parents! Whilst the kids relax into half term, we felt the parents, and we (!), needed some education on racial terms flying around. Is blackfishing a tasty native dish? Is it appropriate to indulge in cultural appropriation? And is it ever possible for a Black...
Published 10/26/21
Does wearing an Afro make you an activist? Are plaits political? And is straight hair _so_ last year? This episode we are super excited to welcome academic, activist and author of the powerful book “Don’t Touch My Hair”, Emma Dabiri! Join us as we delve deep into Emma’s upbringing in Ireland as a...
Published 10/18/21
It's Sister Circle time - This week there's laughter and there's pain. Yet still we rise. Our guest, Tola-Doll Fisher, suffered baby loss, divorce and cancer. Still she rose. Our very own Lauren experienced Post Natal Depression. She's still standing. Natalie's long term relationship broke down....
Published 10/13/21
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