Podcast: Women and Entrepreneurship; Lessons, tips and ideas for success in diverging markets

Podcast of Saturday March 14, 2015's program commemorating International Women's Month, featuring entrepreneur Sharon Beason discussing her new venture called Womeneur, a business built around black female entrepreneurship, and the role that women play in today's global economy and even more importantly, in building sustainable communities.

Sharon Beason is a CPA, and founder of lifestyle maximizing companies: All About Brooklyn Concierge and MetroCity ConciergeSharon Beason also founded of BrooklynExposed - an online arts and entertainment guide filling in socially active individuals about Brooklyn's shopping, dining, arts, nightlife and local events scene, and TastingBrooklyn - a food and drink tasting event was created to celebrate of the recent one-year anniversary of BrooklynExposed 25+ drinking and food vendors available to guests/foodies for walk-around sampling!

With AfrobeatRadio Hosts:

Wuyi Jacobs, Tyrene Wright & Delphine Vakunta

AfrobeatRadio Archive

Sat Feb 28, 2015: 

Podcast: BOOKER T. WASHINGTON AND AFRICA, THE MAKING OF A PAN AFRICANIST. The radio panel's discussion of Tyrene Wright’s new book of the same title.

Podcast: RACE, PLACE AND LAND IN SOUTH AFRICA & UPDATES ON BOKO HARAM AND NIGERIA’S ELECTIONS. With Award winning journalists Serusha Govender from Johannesburg and Nigerian Journalist Frankie Edozien (NYU) provides updates and analysis on the South Africa’s Parliament brouhaha and the country’s New Land Policy, and discusses Nigeria’s rescheduled 2015 general elections, and the latest reports of French citizens captured in Cameroon while fighting for Boko Haram amongst other matters.

Podcast: KNOW THY SELF. Understanding the United Nations’ declaration of the “Decade of People of African Descent. We begin the conversation on the United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent with Dòwòti Désir Activist and founder of DDPA Watch Group, Alice Backer, radio host (Legacy of 1804) and founder of AfroCROWD and Amilcar Priestly, director of the AfroLatin@® Project.