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By Kahlil and Natasha Nurse

About this podcast   English    United States

WokeNFree is a podcast brought to you by Kahlil and Natasha Nurse, who are interested in being honest and real with each other and the world. Get a glimpse into the minds of a couple with a different take on hot topics.
May 23, 2018
Happy WokeNFree Wednesday! Join the conversation about fearless living and being a content creator with our special guest DJ Johnson.  Who is DJ Johnson?  Donise JaTayia Johnson aka DJ Johnson is a Penn State Alumna class of 2012 with a BA in Film and Video. Just 2 weeks after graduating Penn State she joined the United States Army as a Cable Systems Installer and Paratrooper (jumping out of planes). She also had the opportunity to be a part of an elite group of singing Army men and women as a member of the 82nd Airborne Division Chorus where she traveled in and out of the states to perform for various groups of people. When her 4-year contract was over she went to attend the Academy of Art University in San Francisco to get her MA in Communications and Media Technologies to pursue a career in creating video content for various media forms.   Follow DJ Johnson on:  Facebook /
May 16, 2018
  Life is too short not to be yourself. This means you need to be yourself in-person and online. Join our conversation with our special guest Brooke of Madame Finehouse. WokeNFree Nation, don’t forget to share the episode and tell us your thoughts on the show below!   Who is Madame Finehouse?   Brooke of Madame Finehouse is a model, blogger, U.S. Army combat veteran, and recruiter. Once described as Miss Piggy meets (rapper) Nas. She is equally likely to break out into song (or dance- sometimes both) as she is to share her secrets to a great cover letter. Brooke has walked NYFW and modeled for SmartGlamour, GwynnieBee, Dia & Co, as well as others. A former roller derby jeerleader and occasional cosplayer, she aspires to bring personality and nerdiness to her modeling and HR roles.  Music Credits: Music Intro/Outro: “Thoughts” by Killah Smilez Music Outro: “Explained” by Killah Smilez Make sure you check out the NEW Killah Smilez song on
May 9, 2018
  Love is something else. Sometimes we are in love with love itself. Sometimes, we say bye to love. Want to join the conversation about what to do and what not to do when being in a relationship? WokeNFree Nation, please join the conversation with our special guest Kim Love Jones. Don’t forget to share the episode and tell us your thoughts on the show below  :p   Who Is Kim Love Jones?  Ms. Kim Love Jones is an author, speaker & relationship specialist. She is recognized as an authority on interpersonal relationships, as well as, personal growth and development. Ms. Jones has directly impacted the lives of many, as she fulfills her mission to change the way men and women relate to one another, putting them on the path to healthier, more meaningful relationships both personally and professionally.  Are YOU following Ms. Jones?  Website / Facebook / Instagram / Twitter  / Google Plus Did you hear about
May 2, 2018
  Do you like to dance? The first time we saw Amanda LaCount at Fat Girls Dance Summer Finale Dance Event we BEYOND impressed with her. So, we definitely wanted to share her incredible story with the WokeNFree Nation. Listen, Share, and Comment Below!   Who Is Amanda LaCount?  Amanda LaCount is a well known professional hip-hop dancer.  She has been dancing since she was 2 years old.  She has 6 older brothers and sisters.  Three years ago she moved from Colorado to Los Angeles to follow her dream of becoming a professional dancer.  Amanda is a senior in the Dance Academy at Champs Charter HS of Performing Arts. Some of her most notable performances include dancing on The Ellen Show with Keala Settle from The Greatest Showman movie, dancing with Disney’s Descendants 2 Cast on DWTS, 2 Episodes of The Voice, Katy Perry’s “Swish Swish” music video, opening for
April 25, 2018
  Episode Shout-out to Rugrats, Sonic the Hedgehog, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Danny Phantom Are you a content creator? Do you stay up late at night editing videos or creating your unique hashtags? If not, ever want to understand the process a bit more? It is #WokeNFreeWednesday and we are excited to have Jasmine Grimes share her story with the WokeNFree Nation. Listen to the episode, share it and join the conversation by commenting below.  Who is Jasmine Grimes?  Jasmine Grimes is a 24-year-old content creator from the SF Bay Area. She is passionate about Fat & Body Positivity and Plus Size Fashion
April 18, 2018
  How do you define self-love? Is it a daily regiment for yourself or does it feel like a luxury? How does it differ between us? Let’s talk about it with our special guest Tanaya Cardenales, the founder of Built by Flaws.  Who is Tanaya Cardenales?  Tanaya Cardenales is a 22-year-old senior attending Connecticut College who is obtaining a double major in Africana Studies and Economics. She was born and raised in Harlem, NY. Tanaya is very involved on her campus, but also heavily involved in the community of social media and blogging. Tanaya created a blog, Built by Flaws, 3 years ago to create a space for young women of color struggling with body image issues.  Follow Tanaya on: Website / Facebook / Instagram /
April 11, 2018
  Did you read Create or Hate by Dan Norris? If not, you are in store for a life-changing conversation on WokeNFree. We are talking about what the book is all about and how you need to reflect on how you are living your life. Are you ready to get WokeNFree?  We appreciate you for listening to the episode, sharing it with a friend, and commenting below!  Music Credits: Music Intro/Outro: “Thoughts” by Killah Smilez Music Outro: “Explained” by Killah Smilez Make sure you check out the NEW Killah Smilez song on Amazon Want to share the episode? Please do, on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Soundcloud Don’t forget to subscribe to WokeNFree on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn
April 4, 2018
  Job hunting can feel a bit overwhelming at times. Does your resume really showcase who you are? Are you doing enough networking? Should you work with a recruiter? We are excited to have Amy Goldstein, the Founder of Grayson Allen, a boutique search firm that specializes in attorney placement and career consulting, to talk all about job hunting realities so many of us can relate to. Listen to the episode, share it with a friend, and join the conversation by sharing your comments below!   Who is Amy Goldstein?    She brings more than 20 years of combined legal and recruiting experience to her role as a search and career consultant.  Before transitioning to legal recruiting, Amy was a litigator with a New Jersey-based law firm.  She is a graduate of Rutgers College and Tulane Law School.  Amy’s mission is to help attorneys acquire the skills and knowledge they need to navigate the job market, broaden their employment options and increase their chances of a happy, fulfilling work life and career.  Stay in Touch with Amy Goldstein via LinkedIn or Email Music Credits: Music Intro/Outro: “Thoughts” by Killah Smilez Music Outro: “Explained” by Killah Smilez Make sure you check out the NEW Killah Smilez song on Amazon Want to share the episode? Please do, on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Soundcloud Don’t forget to subscribe to WokeNFree on iTunes, Stitcher, 
March 28, 2018
  Is it possible to be kind to the planet with your business? The answer is YES! Project Repat is doing this in a HUGE way.  We are fortunate to have Project Repat Co-Founder Nathan Rothstein on the show to share his story and what the company is all about. Hope you are ready to listen, share and comment below    Who is Nathan Rothstein?  Nathan Rothstein is one of the co-founders of Project Repat. Repat is creating jobs in the USA by upcycling people’s old clothes into memory blankets. Since launching in 2012, Repat has prevented over 5 million t-shirts from getting dumped in landfills and created 70 jobs in Massachusetts and North Carolina. Over 200,000 people have bought a t-shirt quilt.  Inc Magazine recently named Repat the 9th fastest growing retail company, and the company has been featured in Fast Company, the Boston Globe, WBUR, MSNBC, Forbes, and
March 21, 2018
  Given what is going on in this country with death and gun violence, the topic of mental health keeps coming up over and over again. But, are people talking about what needs to be said when discussing mental health? Model, artist and mental health advocate Faith Costa shares her insight and wisdom on the topic.    [Show thumbnails]
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