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MasterMine is a podcast and ideology that shares stories for US and by US. We aim to educate, motivate, and inspire black people globally to strive towards EXCELLENCE and achieve SELF MASTERY.
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Teenage Genius Julian Brown joins the MasterMine Podcast and speaks on his company Nature Jab. Julian Brown has recently patented his new invention, a microwave type of machine that coverts plastic into energy through a process called Pyrolysis. Julian believes that his invention has the ability to change the world and solve the waste and resource problem. He has been gaining interest from people all over the world. Julian's Website: Episode on YouTube: Teenage Genius and Inventor Julian Brown Turns Plastic Waste into Fuel Through Microwaves - YouTube Send us an Email- MRG.MasterMine@gmail.comMasterMine Podcast --- Send in a voice message:
Award Winning Business Consultant and Philanthropist Linsey Mills joins the MasterMine Podcast to share some valuable gems on the ins and outs of business and what it takes to be successful. Check out Linsey Mills Book "Your Business Venture" : Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel: MasterMine Website: Send us an Email: --- Send in a voice message:
William A. (“Sandy”) Darity Jr. is the Samuel DuBois Cook Professor of Public Policy, African and African American Studies, and Economics and the director of the Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity at Duke University. He has served as chair of the Department of African and African American Studies and was the founding director of the Research Network on Racial and Ethnic Inequality at Duke. Previously he served as director of the Institute of African American Research, director of the Moore Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program, director of the Undergraduate Honors Program in economics, and director of Graduate Studies at the University of North Carolina. at Chapel Hill. Darity’s research focuses on inequality by race, class and ethnicity, stratification economics, schooling and the racial achievement gap, North-South theories of trade and development, skin shade and labor market outcomes, the economics of reparations, the Atlantic slave trade and the Industrial Revolution, the history of economics, and the social psychological effects of exposure to unemployment. He was a visiting scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation (2015-2016), a fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (2011-2012) at Stanford, a fellow at the National Humanities Center (1989-90) and a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors (1984). He received the Samuel Z. Westerfield Award in 2012 from the National Economic Association, the organization's highest honor, Politico 50 recognition in 2017, and an award from Global Policy Solutions in 2017. He is a past president of the National Economic Association and the Southern Economic Association. He also has taught at Grinnell College, the University of Maryland at College Park, the University of Texas at Austin, Simmons College and Claremont-McKenna College. He has served as Editor in Chief of the latest edition of the International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, (Macmillan Reference, 2008) and as an Associate Editor of the 2006 edition of the Encyclopedia of Race and Racism (2013). His most recent book, coauthored with A. Kirsten Mullen, is From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the 21st Century (2020). Previous books include For-Profit Universities: The Shifting Landscape of Marketized Education (2010) (co-edited Tressie McMillan Cottom), Economics, Economists, and Expectations: Microfoundations to Macroapplications (2004) (co-authored with Warren Young and Robert Leeson), and Boundaries of Clan and Color: Transnational Comparisons of Inter-Group Disparity (2003) (co-edited with Ashwini Deshpande).He has published or edited 13 books and published more than300 articles in professional outlets. --- Send in a voice message:
Stic is from the Legendary Hip Hop Duo Dead Prez. Many say they are one of the best Hip Hop duos ever. Their music merged gangster rap and consciousness into its own category and sound. Many people regard the song that Stic produced on Dead Prez's let's get free album as one of the greatest Hip Hop songs ever. Dave Chappelle used this song as an intro for the Chappelle Show. Stic has gone on to become an author, a long-distance running coach, and a martial artist. He is also the founder of Fit-Hop. Fit-Hop merges fitness and Hip-Hop into one unique and motivating experience for listeners.  The 5 Principles: A Revolutionary Path to Health, Inner Wealth, and Knowledge of Self: Ibomu, Khnum 'Stic': 9781538708088: Books Eat Plants Lift Iron by Stic of dead prez (2015-05-03): Books  Spotify – The Workout Spotify – Workout II Spotify – Let's Get Free Subscribe to MasterMine's YouTube Channel: MasterMine Podcast - YouTube MasterMine Website: MasterMine Email:  --- Send in a voice message:
Dr. Love is back! Dr. Love is teaching us the skills and tools that we need to master our relationships and live in cohesion. D.W Leonard Aka Dr. Love is MasterMine's official relationship and love activist. Take time and learn about the value of love and improving our relationships this Valentines Day. Check out the links to Dr. Love's books below.  Hardcore Love: Getting the Life, Love & Relationship You Want!: Leonard, D.W.: 9780615980720: Books 7 Side Chick Secrets All Women Should Know...: (especially Wives!): Leonard, D.W.: 9781794554528: Books --- Send in a voice message:
Dr. Maat graduated from Morgan State University with a Doctorate in Engineering. Now she is a professor of Engineering at Morgan State University. She comes from a family of educators and activists and is continuing the work with her own community activism. She is also the founder of EdAnime Productions, a family owned and operated company that develops animations focusing on black history. One of the popular series that EdAnime has produced is called Meltrek. Meltrek explores Ancient Africa, Pre-Columbian Americas, and more.  It also incorporates the use of Hip Hop in the stories in order to captivate the audience.  EdAnime Productions (1) Dr. Oya Adwoa Maat - YouTube MasterMine Website- MasterMine YouTube- MasterMine Podcast - YouTube --- Send in a voice message:
Jewel Guy, author of Dear Black Men, teams up with her husband, Desmond Guy, to create safe space for Black women to be honored, respected, heard and understood without judgement. In this healing tool, the authors guide the readers through long overdue apologies, introspective questions, and affirmations that will nourish the soul of Black women. In this Episode we explore the book and analyze some of the apologies, questions, and affirmations in the book.  Jewel's Website: Jewel Guy | – Healer, Empathetic Soul, Visual Storyteller, Filmmaker  MasterMine Website: --- Send in a voice message:
Jewel and Desmond Guy are focused on healing the Black Family. After necessary conversations that enhanced and stabilized their relationship, they decided to share their journey with the world by writing. The product of this was two books Dear Black Men and Dear Black Women. For this episode we will be discussing Dear Black Men. Dear Black Men gives Black men the opportunity to reflect and express without interruption or judgment. It is an opportunity for Black men to be heard and understood. It is a journey to create empathy while dispelling the lies, assumptions, and non-communicated expectations that are often placed on Black men. Dear Black Men is a mirror. A window into our souls. It requires us to ask the hard questions, place ourselves in a Black man’s shoes, listen to understand, acknowledge our behavior, atone for our short-sightedness, and begin again with clarity and true understanding. This book is a catalyst for establishing healthy relationships with the men so many say they love. Jewel Guy's Website: Dear Black Men: Affirmations, Questions, & Apologies You May Not Have Heard – Jewel Guy | MasterMine Website: --- Send in a voice message:
Albert Phillips was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland and received primary education in the Baltimore City Public Schools System. He earned an Associate of Arts in General Studies from Baltimore City Community College, a Bachelor of Science in Print Journalism from Morgan State University, and a Master of Science in Education from Johns Hopkins University. Upon graduating from Morgan State in 2013, Albert shifted his primary career passion from writing for numerous local and national publications to the development of inner-city youth. He served various roles working directly with Baltimore City youth while employed by the YMCA, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the Choice Program. In 2015, he earned a state and national award for exemplary community service throughout Baltimore City. In 2016, Albert transitioned into education to work within the same school system that taught him. He worked as a paraprofessional, teacher, and administrator in Baltimore City Public Schools for about four years. Currently, Albert works as a Work-Based Learning Specialist with Baltimore City Public Schools, helping students gain access to work-based learning opportunities including career exploration, professional development, and career preparation. Albert is also founder and CEO of Free Black Mind Educational Group, a social enterprise startup that provides digital and print resources designed to empower and educate Black youth. His first self-published book, Y’all Hiring? The Black Teen’s Guide to Navigating Employment was released in October 2020. Albert is a man of the people and is devoted to helping to drastically change the lives of youth living in communities devastated by racism and white supremacy. Albert Phillip Jr's Website- Albert Phillips Jr. MasterMine Website- MRG.MasterMine on Instagram  YouTube- MasterMine Podcast - YouTube  --- Send in a voice message:
Zandile Ndhlovu is South Africa’s first Black African Freediving Instructor, and the founder of The Black Mermaid Foundation, an organization seeking to create diverse representation in the Ocean Arena, her work centres around enabling access to Ocean spaces to local ocean facing communities in hope to diversify Ocean spaces recreationally, professionally and in sport, while creating a new generation of Ocean guardians. Zandile is part of the 3-woman crew in the show Shark Women on the Discovery Channel. She was recently honored as one of the top 100 most influential people of South African Decent Zandi Ndhlovu | Freediver (@zandithemermaid) • Instagram photos and videos MasterMine Website-  MasterMine YouTube Channel- MasterMine Podcast - YouTube MasterMine Instagram- Mr.G (@mrg.mastermine) • Instagram photos and videos  --- Send in a voice message:
Ashlee B is a Certified Hypnotherapist and Coach. Her passion is helping men and women conquer anger, stress, and anxiety for more balance and wellness naturally. In this MasterMine University episode we tackle the concept of Hypnotherapy for Black Men with Hypnotherapist Ashley B. We talked about black male mental health and how Hypnotherapy can have an impact.  Ashlee B Website: (Free Consultations) Work Stress and Anxiety Expert ( MasterMine Website:  YouTube Channel: MasterMine Podcast - YouTube --- Send in a voice message:
James Kagambi(KG), the founder and owner of KG Mountain Expeditions, has become the first Kenyan to summit the Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world. Kagambi reached the 29,032 feet peak on Thursday, May 12, 2022 after a gruelling 40-day journey. Since the 1990s, KG has led climbs on Mount Kenya, Mount Kilimanjaro, Ruwenzori and the most recent Mount Everest. KG has received recognition and honors in Kenya for his long-term contributions to the fields of rock climbing and mountaineering. In 1987 KG (James Kagam­bi) began his guid­ing career in Kenya as a NOLS field instruc­tor. His patience and teach­ing abil­i­ty grew from his expe­ri­ence as a grade school teacher, coach­ing sports, and teach­ing tra­di­tion­al Africa music. Since his first trips as a guide he reached the ranks of a senior moun­taineer­ing instruc­tor at NOLS. In addi­tion to his work at NOLS, he leads Moun­tain Mad­ness trips to Mount Kenya and the Rwen­zoris in Ugan­da.  He has also com­plet­ed three of the Sev­en Sum­mits and in 1992 rep­re­sent­ed Africa in the U.N Peace Climb for the World on the Eiger. KG has sum­mit­ed the Eiger three times, was the first black African to sum­mit Denali in 1989, and was the first black African to sum­mit Aconcagua in 1994. He is active­ly involved in train­ing Kenya’s moun­tain res­cue teams. Most recent­ly he had the plea­sure of meet­ing Kenya’s pres­i­dent after car­ry­ing the 50th Anniver­sary flag cel­e­brat­ing the country’s inde­pen­dence to the sum­mit of Mount Kenya. Home - KG Mountain & Safaris Expeditions ( MasterMine Website-  YouTube Channel- MasterMine Podcast on YouTube  --- Send in a voice message:
After being inspired from his student government club in High School, Young 18 year old Jaylen Smith ran for Mayor of Earle Arkansas and won! This made him the youngest Black mayor in US history. Jaylen Smith's mayoral priorities include: improving public safety and transportation, beautification and renewal of underused housing, emergency preparedness, and addressing the food desert in Earle. --- Send in a voice message:
Growing up in his hometown of Atlanta, artist/producer Sol Messiah was inundated with the rich and energizing spirit of Hip Hop culture. Getting his start as a breakdancer, Sol Messiah built his reputation as a b-boy before traveling to NYC to join the legendary Rock Steady Crew. Inspired by New York Hip Hop legends, Sol Messiah fell in love with another foundational element of Hip Hop culture: DJing. Spending untold hours mastering the skill, and acquiring the musical knowledge required of the DJ, Sol Messiah was prepared to make the leap into producing records, the next step in his musical journey. A talented and skilled producer, Sol Messiah eventually linked up with Atlanta legend and veteran producer Dallas Austin. For years, Messiah would work alongside Dallas to create a deep catalog filled with timeless tracks for TLC, Madonna, Monica, Boyz II Men and more. At the same time, Messiah would continue to build his reputation as a DJ, securing several club residencies and gaining popularity and acclaim for his classic Sol Messiah Mixtape series. After separating with Austin in 1997 to pursue his own musical path independently, Sol Messiah spent years building an impressive catalog and further established himself as a go-to producer for a wide range of acts. Some of his most notable credits from this era include “Rain” and “Picture Perfect” from Chamillionaire’s platinum album The Sound Of Revenge, Nappy Roots’ “Roll Again”, David Banner’s “Ridin’” featuring Talib Kweli & Dead Prez as well as Dead Prez’s “Hell Yeah”, featuring Jay-Z. Soon, Sol Messiah would embark on a fruitful musical partnership with a fierce lyricist named Sa-Roc. Together, Sa-Roc and Messiah have released over a dozen projects thus far, including Sa-Roc’s groundbreaking 2020 debut on Rhymesayers, The Sharecropper’s Daughter. As a duo, Sa-Roc and Sol Messiah have amassed a global reach, touring internationally and rocking crowds across continents. They have performed at the legendary Jazz Cafe in London, performed live for BBC and have shared the stage with luminaries such as Common, The Roots and Jay Electronica. On his latest album, GOD CMPLX, Sol Messiah connects with some of the finest MCs in the game to create a collection of head-bopping Hip Hop music that's both innovative and inspiring. Featuring guest performances from KXNG Crooked, Sa-Roc, Evidence of Dilated Peoples, Locksmith, Stic.Man of Dead Prez, Che Noir, Lyric Jones, Mickey Factz, Cambatta, Planet Asia, TriState, Narubi Selah, Murs, Da BackWudz, Slug of Atmosphere, Aesop Rock, and Baba Zumbi of Zion I, GOD CMPLX is a powerful and engaging project. The album comes out swinging with the title track, “GOD CMPLX,” which features KXNG Crooked and Sa-Roc trading slick and fiery bars over an epic, grandiose beat. Showcasing the versatility of Sol Messiah’s sound, “Limitless” finds Evidence getting busy over a dramatic, piano & string-infused track. From the brassy, drum-heavy sound of “The Hard Way” (feat. Che Noir, Sa-Roc & Lyric Jones) to the haunting vocal harmonies of “Sol Supreme” (feat. Cambatta), GOD CMPLX is not only full of bangers, it’s also a diverse gallery of sounds that serves as a testament to Sol Messiah’s skills as both a producer and a visionary. The journey that Sol Messiah began so many years ago, as a youth discovering Hip Hop in Atlanta, has no ending in sight. With his gifted ear and fierce dedication to Hip Hop culture, he continues to use his craft to build his own body of work as well as help maintain and elevate the culture of Hip Hop as a whole. Sol-Messiah ( MasterMine Website link for more episodes- --- Send in a voice message:
Dr. Umar Johnson is a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and a Certified School Psychologist who is considered an expert on the education and mental health of African and African American children. He is one of the most requested black scholars in America. He has been featured many times on the Breakfast Club, The Tom Joyner Morning Show in News One, a special guest on real Housewifes of Atlanta, and a guest on Cannons Class with Nick Cannon. He is author of two books The Psycho-Academic Holocaust and Black Parent Advocate. Dr. Umar Johnson is currrently workign on building his new school The Frederick Douglas and MArcus Garvey RBG International Leadership Academy for Boys. (  MasterMine Website for more episodes:  --- Send in a voice message:
Dr. Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz is an award-winning Associate Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her research focuses on racial literacy in teacher education, Black girl literacies, and Black and Latinx male high school students. A sought-after speaker on issues of race, culturally responsive pedagogy, and diversity, Sealey-Ruiz works with K-12 and higher education school communities to increase their racial literacy knowledge and move toward more equitable school experiences for their Black and Latinx students. Sealey-Ruiz appeared in Spike Lee’s “2 Fists Up: We Gon’ Be Alright”, a documentary about the Black Lives Matter movement and the campus protests at Mizzou. Her co-authored book [with Dr. Detra Price-Dennis] Advancing Racial Literacies in Teacher Education: Toward Activism for Equity in Digital Spaces will be published in April 2021. Her first full-length collection of poetry Love from the Vortex & Other Poems (Kalediscope Vibrations LLC) was published in March, 2020, and her sophomore book of poetry, The Peace Chronicles was released in July 2021. Please visit her website at and directly contact her at MasterMine Website- --- Send in a voice message:
Mr. William Clyde has over 35 years of experience guiding college students through their path in school from upcoming freshman to seniors ready to graduate. He is the former HEOP Director at LIU Post and is the current EOP Director at Nassau Community College. Ms. Antoinette Shirvington has over 30 years of experience as a guidance counselor at the Brentwood School District. She has facilitated tons of programs assisting her students towards college and career readiness. Along her journey she has helped thousands of her own students and many outside students along the way. If you are having trouble with college prep, do yourself a favor and email these two. Mr. William Clyde's Email- Antoinette Shirvington's Email- College Resources: Click on Guidance, then click on scholarships  MasterMine Website-  --- Send in a voice message:
Founder and Executive Director of Im’Unique, Tyrone Beverly is Colorado's leading advocate for inclusivity in yoga. He has been featured in Yoga Journal, Wanderlust, and has also taught at Yoga Journal Live, Wanderlust Festival, and holds the honor of being a Lululemon Ambassador. His extreme passion for equality, human rights, unity, and physical and social health has kickstarted a wellness movement that utilizes yoga as a means to unite communities and foster healthy lifestyles across the nation, creating new standards for health and wellness. He is the first ever yoga instructor to be nominated for the Colorado 9NEWS Leaders of the Year Award. Both internationally and nationally known, Tyrone has touched global communities by successfully taking his health initiative to locations such as the Ragamuffin Summer Camp in Settlement Jamaica, Asheville NC, New York, Philadelphia and many more. His enthusiasm and energy for quality of life for all continues to increase participation by drawing those of all ages, cultures, and socio-economic backgrounds. His efforts supersede stereotypes and create avenues that permeate social and cultural barriers from a health framework. Thus, Tyrone’s life work epitomizes his vision of a future with more problem-solvers and solution-based thinkers that are equipped to deal with the historical and systematic challenges we face as a society. Each year he reaches thousands of people and continues to contribute to a better society. Im'Unique | Colorado's Most Diverse Yoga Classes ( --- Send in a voice message:
The founder and President of the National African American Gun Association is Philip Smith, a graduate of the University of California at Davis. He is an African-American Gun enthusiast and community organizer. He founded and started NAAGA with the primary goal to expose, educate, and motivate as many African American men and women to go out and purchase a firearm for self-defense and to take training on proper gun use. NAAGA - National African American Gun Association  --- Send in a voice message:
Katrina Clayton is a Brooklyn Native with a passion for the sports industry. She has been in the industry for over 13 years. She Graduated with her Bachelors in Communication and Sports Marketing from UConn University and her Masters in Strategic Marketing in Sports Industry Management at Georgetown University. She would go on to serve as a Sales associate for the Philadelphia 76ers, a Street Team representative for the Brooklyn Nets, team representative for the Washington Wizards, marketing coordinator for the Washington Mystics, and currently a Player Engagement Manager for the NBA Players Association. --- Send in a voice message:
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