Overcoming fear and anxiety is all about finding community and learning how to thrive and be yourself in it. Join us each week as Amiyah King, also known as Miss Buffalo 2022, has candid conversations about current events, stepping out your estimate and the growth and healing that comes with finding yourself. If you’re looking for a podcast with honest opinions and real conversations about life, tune in!
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Amiyah King talks about her journey to becoming Miss Buffalo, founding OYE and its mission.
Leanthony Freeman, YALE Academy
YALE Academy is an organization committed upholstering its communities. Owner Leanthony Freeman shares his story.
Black Women in Business
Hear from the owners of UPHAT, Pudgy Potatoes, The Magnolia Woman, Ethnic Lines, Bombshell Beauty 716 and Viola's Divine Wellness
Black Men in Business
Hear from the owners of Brothers & CO.,Guice Ent, The Crazy Yogi and Makai
Juweria Dahir, EforAll
Juweria Dahir, shares the EforAll business accelerator program, how to join and get involved with their program!
Making Motion in Buffalo: Cariol Horne, Myles Carter, David Louis
Local activists Cariol Horne, Myles Carter and David Louis discuss police brutality, inequality, and fighting for justice in Buffalo.
Anthony Pierce, Wakanda Alliance
The Wakanda Alliance is an organization based on the original Black Panther comics that is open to people of all ages. Founder Anthony Pierce shares his journey to starting the alliance and what it means for future generations!
Kayson Hill, Motivation 2 $ucceed
Black mental health matters. Kayson Hill shares a bit of his healing and how he has been called to share his journey with others through his brand and podcast.
Shantelle Patton, That Brown Bag
That Brown Bag is the modern day Greenbook for Black businesses in Buffalo. Creator Shantelle Patton shares her story of entrepreneurship and why Black businesses mean so much to her.