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Globetrottermama
May 19
Rating:   10
A Must Listen

If you are a black women, you should be listening to this podcast.  If you care about or work with a black women, you should be listening to this podcast.  Inspirational guests. Insightful questions. Thought-provoking answers. Practical advice.  All in service to helping black women become truer versions of themselves and navigate the workplace. 

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Buttkicker1000
May 9
Rating:   10
What we need to hear right now.

The voices and narratives in a Break Concrete are what we need to hear right now. This podcasts helps to piece together the strategy that Black women need to hear. It helps to explain where your career is and what you need to know to move it forward.

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EEA56
May 6
Rating:   10
Smart!

So timely and relevant!

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jaromi L.
May 1
Rating:   10
A immersion in the daily life of professional black women

I really enjoy listening to this podcast, as black men it’s important we understand what’s going on in our natural partner’s life at her work place . I believe this shows does exactly that, it’s definitely a good place to immerse ourself in the world of the professional black woman and the daily challenges she faces everyday. The topics are very interesting , I wish it was a live podcast so we could ask questions directly to these brilliant guests. It definitely a very unique space for women expression and for that I give it five stars.

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Stitch1520
May 1
Rating:   10
My new favorite podcast!!

Thank you for creating a platform that addresses issues that so many of us are dealing with on a regular basis but so few people discuss.

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Kweab
Apr 28
Rating:   10
The podcast we all needed!

Break concrete embraces our stories! We really needed the safe space created within the Break Concrete community to navigate the changing workplace for women of color. It is definitely worth the listen!

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MvM reviewer
Apr 26
Rating:   10
Exciting, thought-provoking new podcast

I’m really looking forward to more episodes of this show. Cheryl-Lyn is a terrific guide to important questions. She is an important new voice in the podcasting world and I highly recommend this accessible, insightful show.

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kayjayhbee
Apr 25
Rating:   10
Outstanding

Excellent interviews on fascinating and important topics!

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Eddieble
Apr 24
Rating:   10
Relative and Insightful

As a fellow person of color, albeit male, I can relate to some of the biases and aggressions experienced in environments where our ethnic representation is lacking. On the one hand, our actions and how they are perceived are viewed through a magnifying glass, but when it comes to our contributions and personhood those details are sometimes overlooked. This podcast brings to light the struggle that people of color, namely Black female continue to endure at the workplace, and it offers a community of professionals we can learn from and rely on via its guests. Having worked with Cheryl-Lyn, I can’t thank her enough for continuing to educate those who have been blessed to know her.

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enthusiastic nnm
Apr 24
Rating:   10
Important content at an appropriate time

I was immediately drawn in by the important issues this podcast addresses. Mandatory listening for all black women professionals!

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Specialvon
Apr 23
Rating:   10
Powerful & overdue podcast.

A powerful and riveting podcast which offers and encourages professional black women a way of being heard and expressing their valid views. It offers women of this persuasion an avenue to share their thoughts and discuss the situational agony and discomfort unique to them.On point and touching podcast.Go on! make your statement and flash those locks. Your hair is part of your uniqueness and your natural beauty. Embrace it and be proud. Rebuke all the poisonous chemicals intended to deprive you of your authenticity. It’s time to speak out and act out. Flaunt what you have and feel good. The crown act is here and your hair is your hair. Begone with the nagging and harassment. Don’t you change you. Be accepted for who you are. This podcast offers strength and encouragement lifting up black women, it says to the world this is who we are and we are beautiful.

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Cool Sayonara
Apr 23
Rating:   10
Insightful for men too

I’m a man but I enjoy listening to this podcast about black women. It gives me an insight into their day to day struggle and some ideas about how to contribute to their fight as a man. Thanks Cheryl-Lyn, I can’t wait to listen to more episodes.

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jgiannell
Apr 23
Rating:   10
Thought provoking & entertaining!

I am a big fan of this new podcast. She is tackling issues that are not adequately addressed in today’s mainstream media. Bravo and keep the new episodes coming!

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MGYTom
Apr 22
Rating:   10
Refreshing and informative.

It’s great to hear diverse subject matter experts from a variety of fields speaking about practical issues in the modern professional world. I appreciate the personal stories, and hard-won wisdom in these podcasts. I can’t wait to hear more and take the lessons here and apply them in my own life.

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CherriBG
Apr 22
Rating:   10
Insightful

I’ve listened to episode 4, Ending Hair Discrimination. It was very insightful. I was interested and engaged for the entire 45 minutes of the podcast. This is a very important issue that these women have brought to the forefront of society. I have at times wondered about my hair style being “appropriate” for the office and when meeting clients, but I’ve never thought about the issue on the level that was brought forth in this podcast. It is so empowering to hear these strong Black women speak about something so basic as our hair in such a passionate way. Our hair is part of our identity, we should be proud to wear it and flaunt it. I absolutely loved every minute of this podcast!

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Noire_Jeff
Apr 21
Rating:   10
Much needed perspectives.

Incredible, insightful guests, and a sprinkle of personal anecdotes from the host, make for a fascinating examination of the issues facing African American women professionals in the workplace.

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StefSparks
Apr 18
Rating:   10
Excited for this Podcast!

So far, I have only listened to the teaser, but I am excited to listen to a podcast that focuses on an important issue — obstacles that black women face in the workplace — that hasn’t been fully explored in another podcast that I am aware of.

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ANGELIQUE6
Apr 16
Rating:   10
Worth Waiting For...!

A terrific idea for a podcast! It can provide the impetus, motivation and support that some "uppity" black women may need as they put their right foot tentatively forward, followed by their left; to test the challenging waters of the business and professional world and their rightful place in it. If the brilliant and enlightened women teased in the promo are a gauge of what's to come, this will be constructive and a "must" to tune in to.Kudos to Cheryl-Lyn and her accompanying maestro

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A triumph!
Apr 16
Rating:   10
Inspiring. Excited to hear more.

I’ve only heard the teaser, and am looking forward to the full episodes. These conversations and takeaways are relevant to not just black professional women, but to all women of color, and to anyone with friends / family / colleagues who identify as such in the workplace.

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A.V.Brown
Apr 16
Rating:   10
Finally!

This is the podcast we have been waiting for. As a black woman looking to rise in a corporate space, you are often alone and are constantly in search of peers that look like you to share advice and exchange war stories. I see this as one of those outlets and am looking forward to hearing from each of the guests on the show!

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