Young Everyday Black Woman Podcast

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Young Everyday Black Woman is a podcast hosted by Courtney Hancock. She's a true believer in the acts of glowing, growing, and goaling and do so by having some conversations and putting things on the table . From social and black issues to relationships and self care, she's got you covered. New episodes available every other Sunday at 5pm.

Episode Date
Ep 28 - Sis, Here's The Real
00:40:50
On this episode Courtney digs deep into herself. She shares where she’s been at mentally and how she is dealing with this thing we all deal with which is life. You can agree to disagree. You can resonate with her, but this episode she gives you pure authenticity.
Sep 17, 2021
Ep 27 - Rules are Rules... Right?
00:35:11
This episode Courtney talks about the Sha'carri Richardson situation and her unpopular opinion. She also talks about Bill Cosby's prison release. Courtney also digs into Wendy Williams and how she needs to chill out with her inappropriate woman. Lastly Courtney discusses the main topic of the episode which is how we should feel about men liking different women pictures on social media. She questions how that's what the app is for, but what's the mans motive behind the likes?
Jul 12, 2021
Ep 26 - "Focus On You Sis"
00:38:16
This episode Courtney talks about the show “Insecure” coming to a close and the influential characters in the show like Molly. She also talks about two other shows that she enjoys “Being Mary Jane” and “Run the World”. Another important topic she speaks on are the phrases “Focus on yourself” and “Take some time focus”. Those words mean a lot but are we really reading into them the right? Are we thinking too hard? What does this mean to us? Courtney discusses it all on this episode, and of course speaks on her personal experiences.
Jul 01, 2021
Ep 25 - Moving On, Moving Forward
00:25:29
This episode Courtney talks all about moving on and moving forward. She talks about what that looks like on the relationship/situationship side of things. She also tackles what it means to be intentional, and why that's important. Lastly, she preaches about those goals she desires all her listeners to have because we are half way done with 2021.
Jun 14, 2021
EP 24 - Say What ?
00:45:07
This episode Courtney talks about a lot. She digs into her past and while tackling taking accountability, being a part of the problem, and of course why these men ain’t hitting on… Well you know the rest. She also talks about the “dress how you want to be addressed” situation as well as Monique's (the comedian) take on wearing bonnets in public. This episode is juicy, so make sure you don’t miss a beat.
May 30, 2021
Ep 23 - Cheers to 1 Year
00:40:07
On this special one year episode of Young Everyday Black Woman, Courtney first tackles the protest and killing of Andrew Brown Jr. This terrible murder took place in Elizabeth City, NC where she attends college. Finally, she gets into the celebration of one year of this podcast. Think about how long you've been listening.. Have you grown? Have you changed? Have you reached any goals?
May 24, 2021
EP 22 - Body - ody
00:33:44
On this weeks episode Courtney gets real personal with touching on a situation that had her thinking different about herself. She also talks Saweetie and Quavo. She speaks on celebrities and their sexual assault accusations, as well as body image and self image, and why it’s important to just be you and love what you’ve got.
Apr 04, 2021
Ep 21 - Feeling 22
00:42:53
This episode Courtney talks about her family and their impact on who she is a woman as she tackles what it's like feeling 22. She also talks about how to deal with "grimey" people.. Especially when these are people that you know. Most importantly she tells an interesting story of her past that reflects on who she is today.. So, is the past important?
Mar 07, 2021
Episode 20 - Truth Be Told..
00:45:56
In this episode Courtney talks Jazmin Sullivan’s “Heaux Tales” and breaks each of them down. She also talks about how other women put other women down and the first time she felt confident and attractive.She also talks Chloe Bailey and her new found sex appeal on social media. In conclusion the episode is wrapped around the truth about who women are and how they feel when it comes down to themselves and how men treat them.
Feb 07, 2021
EP 19 - Know Your Worth
00:51:50
On this week’s episode, Courtney congratulates President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on being sworn into office. The main part of this episode is the interview with guest Isaiah Cortez. They discuss his music, his relationship, race, college experiences, and more.
Jan 25, 2021
Ep 18 - Selfish 2021
00:24:58
In this episode Courtney focuses on how to keep your peace in 2021. Before she gets into that though, she reflects on the January 6th riots that took place earlier in the week… After that she discuss things like writing, meditating, and having good music choices for keeping your peace and being happy in 2021. Courtney wants all her listeners to remember that keeping a healthy mental and space comes from all things external and internal so take good care of your body and your spirit.
Jan 10, 2021
EP 17 - Goodbye 2020, Hello 2021
00:37:31
In this episode Courtney talks about holiday traditions, ringing in the new year and some of her favorite music from 2020. She also touches on what it felt like being black in 2020. She also questions whether or not people should have "2021 expectations". All in all she lets her listeners know that must not "let up on their dreams in 2021". Song of the week: Cashmerely - Fix Your Crown IG and Twitter: @cashmerelymusic
Dec 27, 2020
EP 16 - #FORWARD
00:35:16
In this episode, Courtney talks about some new realizations for her, as well as what it’s like to mourn during the holiday season. She realizes that some key people in her life have graduated and made an impact in her life. She also talks about her Poppop and how his death has impacted her over the last two years. Lastly she shares a special prayer with you from no other than her Poppop.
Dec 16, 2020
Episode 15 - New Beginnings and It's the Holiday Season
00:40:55
On this episode Courtney talks about her Fall 2020 campus experience. From one of her best friends graduating to her experience while living on campus during the pandemic, she's talking about it. Shen then talks about her Thanksgiving and what it's like dealing with past lost during the holiday season. Lastly, she gives her top 5 in Christmas songs and movies.
Nov 29, 2020
Ep 14 - Being a Black, Brilliant, Single, College Woman
00:32:34
This podcast episode Courtney talks about it all. She's fed up with being in a zone of feeling that she's not worth a relationship. But, also wants to remind women that "we all are worth it". She talks about dating in college, as well asking a hard hitting question... "What is the beef with men and relationships?"
Nov 15, 2020
Ep 13 - Check Everything Off Your List Sis
00:25:56
This episode tackles having a mental conflict, getting everything you want on your list, dating in our generation and more. Courtney talks a little bit about her personal life and also making sure you know what you want when it comes down to relationships.
Oct 18, 2020
Ep 12 - Lets Have A Sex Talk
00:26:03
In this episode Courtney salutes every woman who has fought, is fighting, or has lost the battle to breast cancer. But the meat of this episode is all about sex and most of all the labeling of women based on their sexual life. She takes the time to make you question if it's okay to put a label on somebody you don't know.
Oct 04, 2020
Ep 11 - Glowing, Goaling, and more
00:34:13
During this episode, Courtney discusses creating boundaries, speaking up for yourself, continuing to have goals and accomplish them, as well as not looking for validation. Not looking for validation is key. She also talks about being slept on, and the music and movies she's loving right now.
Sep 20, 2020
Ep 10 - Leave a Mark and Impact
00:12:20
In this episode Courtney discusses and pays tribute to the life of Chadwick Boseman. Not only does she discuss certain parts of his life, but his impact on the people around him. She also tackles the thought of someone you don't know inspiring you or having an impact on you.
Sep 06, 2020
Ep 9 - Shine Bright and be Comfortable
00:20:51
This episode Courtney discusses her personal struggles with feeling insecure, and not enough, especially when it comes down to women who she feels has/does look better than her or have more to offer physically. On the other hand she gives advice on how to handle this situation, and why not being like those "other women" is actually a great thing. Next Episode: September 6th at 5pm IG: YOUNGEVERYDAYBWPOD
Aug 23, 2020
Bonus Ep 3 - A Letter to H.I.M 2
00:12:46
This bonus episode consist of a fictional letter from a young lady to a young man that she has these continued feelings for. This bonus episode is indeed designed in letter style and is a letter of confusion that women go through, and not feeling like they're enough.
Aug 15, 2020
Ep 8 - Back to School
00:24:06
This episode Courtney talks about her official return to campus. She also tackles the question "why not wear a mask?" Be sure the follow the podcast on IG : @youngeverydaybwpod Personal IG: thisiscourtneyhancock
Aug 10, 2020
Ep 7 - Skin Care + Self Care
00:37:03
In this episode Courtney dives into her AM and PM skin care routines. She shares her skin challenges that she's dealt with for almost a decade, and how she sticks to a good regimen. She also discuss her thoughts on her soon return to school . As well as an update on the podcast's new upcoming schedule. Artist of the week : Willis Dennis - IG: @flhoreuway
Jul 27, 2020
Ep 6 - Been a Long Year
00:47:21
In this episode Courtney acknowledges that it's been a long year so far, and that it's only half way through. This year we've lost a number of people, and as of recent John Lewis who gets his own personal acknowledgement in the beginning of the episode. Courtney reveals her celebrity crush. She also touches on family relationships and the many lessons learned throughout these past few months.
Jul 19, 2020
Ep 5 - COVID Talk
00:43:02
In this episode Courtney discusses all things COVID. She talks about how she has been dealing with COVID as well as what she'll be doing moving forward. She also gives her take on the return to campus for college students and the return to the classroom for K-12.
Jul 12, 2020
Bonus Ep 1 - A Letter to H.I.M
00:07:55
This is the first bonus episode of this podcast. This bonus episode consists of a fictional letter that is from a young lady to a young man that she has feelings for. This bonus episode is designed to piggyback off of Episode 3.
Jul 09, 2020
Ep 4 - Get Our Own Stuff
00:48:46
In this Episode Courtney takes the time to talk about how people who look like her can begin to be the change they want to see. She discusses the difference between an activist and an organizer, as well as giving reflection on a 2019 Revolt discussion featuring high profile people like T.I , Tamika Mallory, Candace Owens, Killer Mike, and more.
Jul 05, 2020
Ep 3 - Get it Together Sis
00:39:22
Within this episode Courtney tackles talking, "situationships", dating, and relationships and how they differ, and what to expect while entering those different phases. She also gives insight to exactly why she took her break from social media and this podcast over the past few weeks, while letting you into a little bit of her personal life.
Jun 28, 2020
Ep 2 - Young And Woke
00:35:25
This episode of Young Everyday Black Woman is all about how as young black women and young black people in general must stay knowledgeable about everything that is taking place during this time. Courtney takes the time to discuss why must stay woke on all levels, and find ways to be a part of the change that we want to see. All rights reserved to the artist of this music Artist is the Week: VJ Tyler
May 31, 2020
Ep 1 - Starting the Conversation
00:18:39
This episode is just an introduction about the host Courtney Hancock and all that she plans to give you all in this podcast and what she hopes you all get out of it. She also touches on why she decided to podcast in the first place, and how she came up with "Young Everyday, Black Woman". All rights reserved to the artist of this music Artist of the Week: Cashmerely
May 24, 2020