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The Dope Black Mums Podcast is a ‘keeping it real’ weekly podcast fronted by five dope black mums who rarely agree on anything. ⁣

Giving insight into their experience of modern day motherhood - with top tips, inspirational guests, insightful topics, eye-opening honesty and lots of laughter. ⁣

*DBM Hosts*⁣
@missninamalone⁣
@natsduv ⁣
@brownstown29 ⁣
@from_da_endz ⁣
@nanaadwoambeutcha⁣

Dope Black Mums is a movement to empower black mothers and include them in the mainstream motherhood narrative.⁣

Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. ⁣

hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
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**Trigger Warning** ⚠️ Abuse happens. To 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men. We need to talk about it. In this hard-hitting episode, the Dope Black Mums are joined by Daisy who is a dope black mum and a domestic violence survivor. We are more than honored to have Daisy onto the Dope Black Mums podcast to share her story about living with emotional, physical, and sexual abuse - and surviving it. Daisy opens up about her painful and shocking marriage in an effort to help others to recognise the early warning signs and to break the taboo surrounding gendered violence. We are incredibly proud of Daisy and her three children, and we are equally proud to share this powerful podcast with you. Disclaimer: We state in this Podcast that black women are more likely to experience abuse. This was drawn from US and not UK statistics. At present in the UK there is no evidence to suggest any ethnic group is more at risk of abuse. However, they may be more likely to face barriers receiving the help they need. We apologies for any confusion. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha *Guest* @bump_dancefitness @bumpnsweatqueens Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
Black Caribbean pupils are three times as likely to be permanently excluded from school than their white counterparts. Why? In this educational episode, the Dope Black Mums are joined by English teacher and Educational Specialist Ziggy Moore to unpack what is really going on in our school systems. Can your child really be suspended for having an Afro? What rights do you have as a parent? And why should you become a school governor? Ziggy answers all, sharing his knowledge from working in a Pupil Referral Unit (PRU), teaching children who have been expelled from mainstream education. Don’t miss this exclusive exclusion episode.  *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha *Guest* @mooreeducation01 Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
Ever wondered if you could save a life one day? Do you know how easy it is to do? As part of their partnership with the NHS, and in honour of World Sickle Cell day (June 19th) the Dope Black Mums are honoured to be joined by dope black mum-of-one extraordinaire, Chanel Taylor. Chanel suffers from Sickle Cell and is an avid campaigner for blood donation in the black community. Chanel opens up about how a blood transfusion saved her life and explains why she won’t stop encouraging others to donate blood. An inspiring, insightful, bloody good pod - that could really make a difference.  *DBM Hosts*  @natsduv  @brownstown29  @from_da_endz  @missninamalone  @nanaadwoambeutcha *Guest* @Unsicklemycells Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials.  hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
Ever considered swapping your husband for a wife? This episode the Dope Black Mums are joined by Pia Baker Who, after thirteen years of marriage to her husband, met the woman of her dreams. This laughter-filled, life-affirming podcast looks at sexuality, love, and living your truth at whatever cost. Pia opens up about why it took her the breakdown of her marriage to discover she was gay, how her children have coped with having two mums and what sex can be like when there is no penis involved 🔥. We take pride in presenting this empowering pod. 🌈  *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha  *Geust* @estrellabrillante82  Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
The Dope Black Mums Podcast is a ‘keeping it real’ weekly podcast fronted by five dope black mums who rarely agree on anything. ⁣ ⁣ Giving insight into their experience of modern day motherhood - with top tips, inspirational guests, insightful topics, eye-opening honesty and lots of laughter. ⁣ ⁣
31. Dear Dope White Mum

31. Dear Dope White Mum

2020-06-0201:01:09

This episode is an emergency response to the state sanctioned murder of black men - which we have all witnessed yet again with the filming of George Floyd. It is an emergency response to the systematic racism that exists in the UK as well as the US. Every one of these perpetrators was once a young child - raised by a mother. This is a heartfelt plea to white mothers everywhere. It is honest. It is angry. It is desperate. We need the next generation to do better. We don’t have all the answers, but we know we have to start with some real talk, some discomfort - and each other. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
An Infertility and Egg Donation Special with Dr. Edi-Osagie Scrambled? Poached? Or donated? This week the Dope Back Mums return for Part 2 of our fertility and egg donation special with fertility specialist and gynaecology consultant Dr. Edmond Edi-Osagie. This episode the Dope Black Mums talk all things egg related and unpack why there is such a need for Black egg donors. Can a Black woman be implanted with a white egg? What are the moral and ethical concerns around egg donation? And with 2% of babies in the UK born from egg donors why are black women not coming forward? Dr. Edi-Osagie answers ALL our probing questions in this eggs-ellent episode. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha *Guest* Dr. Edi-Osagie www.ebonyconcept.com info@ebonyconcept.com www.aurorahealthcare.co.uk info@aurorahealthcare.co.uk Twitter:  @MGynaecologist Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
An Infertility and Egg Donation Special with Dr. Edi-Osagie We can have it all, apparently. Just not after age 36.  This week the Dope Black Mums are joined by fertility specialist and gynaecology consultant, Dr Edmond Edi-Osagie, as they delve into the world of infertility and egg donation.  Why are black women at a disadvantage when it comes to IVF? Should we be testing our egg count? Or should we be freezing our eggs?  In perhaps one of our most surprising and informative episodes to date, the Dope Black Mums learn the truth about fertility, IVF and egg donation. One thing is for sure, this is a conversation that is much needed and long overdue.  *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha *Geust*  Dr. Edi-Osagie www.ebonyconcept.com info@ebonyconcept.com www.aurorahealthcare.co.uk info@aurorahealthcare.co.uk Twitter:  @MGynaecologist Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
The Kabs Family Guest Special.  This week the Dope Black Mums are joined by Chan, the dope black mum from the Kabs Family - the influencers that everyone is talking about. With over half a million You Tube subscribers Chan knows a thing or two about influencer life. What does it actually take to be a family of influencers? How do you handle the online negativity? And what are the ethical questions surrounding putting your children into the public eye? The Dope Black Mums find out the realities of living your life in the spotlight as Chan shares the highs and lows on their journey to becoming one of the UK’s most watched families. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha *Guest* @thekabsfamily Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
Trigger warning - this podcast contains sensitive content which some listeners may find upsetting. After the recent exposure of negativity against dark skinned black women on social media this week, the Dope Black Mums are joined by social worker, mental health advocate and award winning dope black mum, Tokunbo Koiki, as they unpack colourism and the cost it has on our children’s wellbeing. The Dope Black Mums hear, first hand, the devastating effects of colourism, as Tokunbo opens up about her daughter’s hospitalisation after being tormented at secondary school over her dark skin complexion. Why is colourism more rife than ever? What do our ‘preferences’ really say about our psyche? And what can we do as mothers to protect ur children from this harmful self hatred? Join us for an urgent, important episode that shines a light on some ugly realities. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha *Guest* @tokunboskitchen Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
Is it ever OK to dislike your step children? Should you get the father of your children and your new partner to meet? And can it ever work out? With more families ‘blending’ than ever before, the Dope Black Mums ‘go in’ and discuss everything - from being raised by a step parent, to becoming a step parent, to when and how to introduce your new partner to your children. This episode is blended with tips, truths and yes, even tears. The Dope Black Mums invite you to join us in our most intimate podcasts yet. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
25. Labour In Lockdown.

25. Labour In Lockdown.

2020-04-2101:08:22

Giving birth can be a daunting experience under normal circumstances, but this episode the Dope Black Mums take a look at the reality of pregnancy and labour during the global pandemic. It’s also Cesarean Awareness week, so joining us is the amazing Jess Jones, aka The Fat Funny One, as she opens up (!) about her three C-Sections and the highs and lows of labour in lockdown. This inspiring and empowering Dope Black Mum dispels the myths surrounding C-Sections and leaves us knowing exactly what to expect when you are expecting in a pandemic. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha *Guest* @thefatfunnyone Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
The Dope Black Mums are back dropping their dope gems of wisdom once again! Should you go for that second child when you are thirty-six and tired af? Should you force your children to do extra-curricular activities? And what do you do if you are terrified of labour? In this jam packed episode, The Dope Black Mums also give their views on sleepovers, hugging relatives, teenage sex (in your house!) and whether or not your should smack your kids - yes, we went there. You asked we delivered. When it comes to the real life dilemmas of motherhood, we got you. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
Is 5G causing Covid-19? Can we trust the government? And how do we separate the real news from the fake? This episode the Dope Black Mums are thrilled to be joined by telecommunications expert Brenda Malinki as she tells the truth about 5G - once and for all. Brenda shares insight from both her work in telecoms and her degree in Biomedical Science to separate fact from fiction. Join the Dope Black Mums as they delve into the world of conspiracy theory, (mis)information overload and fake news. You’d be crazy to miss it. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha *Guest* @bhmlnk Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
Welcome to our first COVID-19 DBM Survival Special. In this fun episode, the Dope Black Mums delve into the stark realities of isolating with kids, homeschooling and social distancing whilst staying lit. Which mum is loving this sudden change? Which mum is ordering Wray and Nephew on Deliveroo? And which mum is isolating with their ex? This no holds barred podcast offers buckets of honesty, advice and support on how to stay dope during the lock down. - Or at least how to stay sane (ish) and not kill your kids, your ex... or yourself. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
As Lent arrives the Dope Black Mums talk about whether to raise their children in religion or not. Should you instil religious beliefs in your children? How do you raise children with a partner who has a different faith to you? And if you are not raising a child in a religious home, what are you choosing instead? Big questions indeed! In this divine episode the Dope Black Mums ‘go in’ as they discuss their very varied experiences with religion, belief and spirituality. This is a dope conversation well worth having - and that’s one belief we all share. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
Can busy mums really find time for love, for romance and for sex tapes? And can astrology actually help? There is dope black banter galore as the Dope Black Mums compare their love lives pre and post motherhood. Plus special guest Tendai Chagweda demonstrates how she believes the signs of the zodiac can help us to understand ourselves better and find lasting love. But can Tendai convince us that love really is written in the stars? *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha Guest @quest4successuk @InspiringDJs @blackcalendaruk Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
Join Dope Black Mum, Carina White, and guest Laura Arscott for this special episode as they talk candidly with their daughters. Ever wondered what your kids would say if asked about your parenting? Well we find out some truths in this week’s podcast! Ten year old Soriah tells her mum what she really thinks about being raised by a single parent and fourteen year old Mia asks her mum what it was like to be a teenage mum. These dope daughters certainly put their mums on the stand in this tender, truthful insight into the reality of raising the next generation of dope black women. Who runs the world? *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
Welcome back to the Dope Black Mums Podcast! It’s a new year, a new decade and a whole new season of dopeness!  Season 2 kicks off discussing all things ‘British’ - from Royalty to Stormzy to Brexit. In this eye-opening podcast we ask, is Britain getting more racist? What does the ‘Leave’ vote mean for black people in the UK? And how do we approach politics with our children? Plus one Dope Black Mum shocks us all with her vote! Join us for this royal treat of an episode - it’s definitely got our vote. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
This episode the Dope Black Mums are joined by award winning relationship and dating coach, Stacii Jae Johnson. Join us as we uncover why the US author believes we should date multiple men - with no intimacy (damn!) and how we can attract lasting love into our lives. Stacii opens up about her personal journey and quest to make love work in her life - and the lives of others - as well as giving practical advice on finding and creating a healthy (and hot) relationship. Now that’s dope. *DBM Hosts* @natsduv @brownstown29 @from_da_endz @missninamalone @nanaadwoambeutcha Guests @justdategirl Follow @DopeBlackMums across all socials. hello@dopeblackmums.co.uk
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