The Black Male Archives' Podcast

The Black Male Archives' Podcast

The Black Male Archives' podcast exists to show the many characters, professions, and perspectives of Black Men across the world and to curate our journey and Promote a positive narrative! Visit our website at


May 8, 2023 19 mins

Pastor and Author Marvin Mims, Sr. He is the Pastor of St. Mark Baptist Church in Memphis, TN and a member of the Memphis Baptist Ministerial Association.  He is the Founder and President of B.O.L.D. BROTHERS, (BOLD) Brothers Offering Leadership Development, a mentoring program established in September 2001, for young men. Mims is also the Founder and President of MAN H.O.P.E. (Man Hour of Power Enrichment), established in July 202...

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We talk with Andrei Hall who was a VP of marketing at Xerox for 25+ years. He's currently a member of Ed Slott’s ( MSNBC, PBS) Master Elite Advisor, a group dedicated to solving the most complex retirement issues. Andrei Hall, President of Hall Wealth Management Group, has over 18 years’ experience in wealth management for retirees, high level executives, celebrities, and business owners. Hall Wealth Management’s success is ba...

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We interview the author of Early Education of African America Pharmacists 1870-1975   
Largely forgotten are those African American pharmacy schools that were formed during the late 19th and early 20th centuries that are now defunct, but not before introducing a significant number of African American pharmacists into the profession for the first time in the history of the country. Although the schools did not survive the racism...

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Lahnice Hollister is Dr. McFall's grandniece. She became aware that Dr. McFall wrote a book while researching the McFall family history. She finally found Dr. McFall's manuscript in the Fisk University archives. Though Dr. McFall did not intend its publication, Lahnice believes that Dr. McFall's voice needs to be heard and has relevance to today's issues about race in America.
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April 1, 2023 18 mins

We speak with Aaron Whitfield of the Black+Introvert podcast
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April 1, 2023 28 mins

We interview James Howard a college professor,  design historian, entrepreneur, industrial designer, inventor and restauranteur. He owns and operates one of the area’s top niche food establishments, “Cozy Cupboard Tea Room”. Howard also brings over 25 years of experience as a design professor and has authored a course  on Design Thinking  and Design History that explores the impact of design on  society.  

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April 1, 2023 31 mins

We interview Mr. Moore a powerful speaker who leverages his story as at-risk youth to change the narrative for disadvantaged and underserved students. He teaches how he overcame being a low achieving student to working for some of the top consulting firms in the world. Mr. Moore leverages his experience with racism in corporate America as a diversity and inclusion speaker focusing on how to discuss race in the workplace.


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April 1, 2023 15 mins

We talk with author JERRY CRAFT. Jerry is the New York Times bestselling author and illustrator of the graphic novels New Kid and Class Act.  New Kid is the only book in history to win the John Newbery Medal for the most outstanding contribution to children’s literature (2020); the Kirkus Prize for Young Readers’ Literature (2019), and the Coretta Scott King Author Award for the most outstanding work by an African American writer (...

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March 16, 2023 28 mins

We talk with sci-fi writer Maurice Broaddus
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March 16, 2023 20 mins

We talk with Dr. Thurman E. Webb Jr., Assistant Professor of Psychology, College of Education, Tennessee State University.  Dr. Webb serves as coordinator and provides instruction for the College of Education in the Professional School Counseling program. He is also the lead instructor for Psychology of the Black Experience at Tennessee State University. Dr. Webb received his B.S. degree in Psychology from Tennessee State Universit...

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March 16, 2023 41 mins

We talk with co-founder Ken Granderson about Which is the longest-running data-driven repository of Black history on the internet. was created in 1997 by Ken Granderson and Dale Dowdie, two black technologists, who saw there wasn’t a place to get facts about African-Americans online, so they built a place for Black communities to be in control of their narratives. A labor of love for over 25 years, Ke...

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We talk with John Prioleau. Mr. Prioleau's autobiography, If I Can Do It, You Can Do It Also (Just Better), is a work of art that represents his ceaseless efforts and unwavering commitment to improving the quality of his life. It shows absolute dedication, perseverance, faith, hard work, hope, and love for God's creation. It represents the faith that makes everything possible, the hope that makes all things work, and the ...

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January 26, 2023 14 mins

Gregory Ray is a man of God, poet, writer, mentor, motivational speaker, and business owner. His love for God, Family, and community drives him to do his best and be expressive. He finds meaning in life by giving back and uplifting others with his creative words and vivid imagination. 

Gregory was born in Denmark, SC; but raised as a military brat. He studied Computer Science at his beloved HBCU, Voorhees College, which is now Voorh...

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November 17, 2022 13 mins

We talk with Travis Thompson The name SivART comes from his name spelled backwards. Travis was born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina and has been heavily involved in the arts since a very young age. Since graduating college he has been employed with the Sawtooth School for Visual Arts in Winston-Salem North Carolina, as well as the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County and Charlotte-Mecklenburg County School Districts.


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November 17, 2022 27 mins

We talk with Jason B. Allen, a Special Education teacher in Georgia. He has worked in Education for over fifteen (15) years as a teacher and leader serving students, families and communities. 
He is a longtime advocate for male engagement and building the work of increasing the number of male educators or color in classrooms and boardrooms.  His podcast, Speak Black Man, focuses on ways to recruit, retain and empower Black male...

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November 17, 2022 25 mins

We interview Steve D. Wilson a mechanical engineering student and Morrill Scholar at the Ohio State University with an interest in project management and biomechanics. he has gained experience through an internship with EXP, a multidisciplinary engineering firm in Chicago, and a member of the Chicago Scholars program. Steve hopes to use STEM as a medium for him to make an impact on his community and lead the next generation of inno...

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November 9, 2022 22 mins

We interview Jason Huey a Charlotte author about his new book.  His book will help black boys maneuver through life, and gain understanding and knowledge to overcome pitfalls, fears, obstacles, and shortcomings. It will prepare black boys for matters that they had no clue about and at the same time it will give them courage to ask questions about what they didn't know exist. Their outlook of life will totally change and they w...

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November 9, 2022 31 mins

In this episode, we talk with Sheldon Theragood. Sheldon’s first job as a juvenile detention officer at a Harris County youth lock up facility is what fueled his interest in helping children. Hearing their stories of despair, defeat, and discouragement, TheraGood found himself offering them sound advice, reinforced with positive messages of hope, faith, and love which can be found in his book . A few years later, he joined the Hous...

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November 9, 2022 27 mins

We have a conversation with digital artist and creative designer Omar Rashan from Indianapolis, IN  talks about his featured artworks and projects exploring the metaverse.
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We talk with David Spellmon Jr who has spent his professional career uplifting the youth through Social, Emotional Learning, and Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Mental Health, K-12, and Higher Education sectors.

David specializes in Hip Hop Pedagogy and building Social Capital. He is the author of the book Just Like Music: Social Emotional Learning Inspired by Hip Hop and the corresponding student workbook.


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