Ethnicity

Derrica Wilson ~ Black & Missing Foundation

Thousands of people are reported missing every year in the U.S. and while not every case will get widespread media attention, the coverage of white and minority victims is far from proportionate. NEARLY 40 PERCENT OF MISSING PERSONS ARE PERSONS OF COLOR, YET, AFRICAN-AMERICANS MAKE UP ONLY 13 PERCENT OF THE POPULATION. The Black and…

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When “Prophetic” Evangelicals Call It Wrong

  Over the past few months I have seen and heard many Prophets or in some cases profits “prophesy” and some “prophi -lie” about what is going to happen in the 2020 election. Now, I know this has been going on for decades, but it seems to have really ramped up in the past few…

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Ailsa Gilliam – Surviving Domestic Abuse

Ailsa Gilliam discusses her incredible fight for survival with domestic abuse. The fight for herself and her children. Domestic Abuse often the silent killer. Ailsa shares what it is like trying to prove her, “upstanding, charming, church going” husband is emotionally, verbally and physically abusive.  Thankfully, with help from some in her church, neighbors and…

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Courtney Brown of Father2Father – A Journey into Manhood and Fatherhood

Alison talks to Courtney Brown the CEO of Father2Father. F2F is an award-winning community interest company that provides support, training and development to fathers, men and adolescents boys. It aims to empower father’s young men and youth to make informed decisions about their lifestyle and relationships.  F2F achieve this by supporting and providing adolescent boys,…

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Rosalind Sedacca – Parenting After Separation and Divorce

Alison sits down with Rosalind Sedacca to discuss parenting after separation and divorce.  Rosalind explains that divorcing with children makes divorce more heart-wrenching, complex and overwhelming. As a divorced parent and a Divorce & Co-Parenting Coach. Rosalind shares that she experienced all the insecurities, confusion, anger, fears, guilt and anxieties that come with divorce.  Like…

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David Mullings – Father Figure, When You Have to Parent Through The Courts

Listen to David Mullings speak about the success of Father Figure supporting parents re-establish contact in cases where contact or access has been denied.  Father Figure supports and maximizes the role parents play in their children’s lives.  Providing services that support families with a unique unrivaled specialism in Supporting Fathers! Parent through the courts. Father…

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Stevon Lewis Talks About Imposter Syndrome

In his private practice Stevon works with individuals suffering from Impostor Syndrome. He assists clients with understanding the scope of their impostorism, its origin, and reducing negative symptoms and behaviors that have developed over time as a result of Impostor Syndrome. His goal as a therapist, is to assist with developing solutions, gaining insight, and…

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Arron Muller – The Black Therapist

Arron Muller specializes in working with families and children using a wide variety of therapeutic interventions providing life coaching in the home. With several years of experience working with children, adolescents and teens, Arron has been able to address issues of low self-esteem, depression, bullying and adjustment disorders. He holds a masters degree in Social…

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Damon Brown – The Businessman, The Coach, The Man and Mr. Mom

Damon Brown helps side hustlers, solopreneurs, and other non-traditional creatives bloom. He co-founded the popular platonic connection app Cuddlr and led it to acquisition within a year, all while being the primary caretaker of his infant first son. He now guides others through his consulting, his Inc.com column, and public speaking on platforms like TED….

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Sharing is Caring

As we are in the month of Thanksgiving, what better time to talk about sharing and caring?  I am sure that at some point we have all heard the phrase, “sharing is caring!” but what does that even mean? If you share something you care.  If you share food, you care for the hungry, if…

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