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Stefanie Benjamin ~ Race, Ethnicity, and Social Equity in Tourism

RESET an acronym for Race, Ethnicity, and Social Equity in Tourism Tourism RESET is a multi-university and interdisciplinary research and outreach initiative that seeks to identify, study, and challenge patterns of social inequity in the tourism industry. Tourism RESET provides a community for scholars, educators and industry professionals to collaborate on and exchange ideas around…

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Simon Wright Honey Group ~ What To Know About Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts & Power of Attorney

Simon Wright, Managing Director of The Honey Group, a company that he helped to create upon entering the legal sector in 2009. The Honey Group is one of the largest estate planning companies in England and Wales. Since 2016, Simon’s company, The Honey Group has recorded over £12 million in legacy donations to U.K charities…

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John James OBE – Sickle Cell, The Facts

John James is the Chief Executive of the Sickle Cell Society (SCS), a role which he has held since 2013. Prior to working at SCS, John spent 33 years working in the National Health Service, also known as the NHS, including as Chief Executive of NHS Trusts and in health policy as a senior civil…

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Warens Wimberly ~ Coming to America, A New Life and Experiencing Loss

Warens Wimberly ~ Coming to America, A New Life and Experiencing Loss Waren’s a Psychologist, entrepreneur, wife, mother of three children and a HR professional talks about her reluctant journey from Haiti to America, the challenges of not speaking any English, adjusting to a new country and way of life. After teaching herself to speak…

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Mariam Ibraheem ~ Shackled

Mariam Ibraheem is the author of the book “Shackled”. Mariam’s journey is one of a woman born in a refugee camp. Her father a Muslim, died when she was just six years old and she was subsequently raised by her Ethiopian Orthodox Christian mother. Mariam, her mother, and siblings suffered terrible abuse at the hands…

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Suicide Prevention, Kevin Briggs, The Guardian of The Golden Gate Bridge

Sergeant Kevin Briggs (also known as the Guardian of the Golden Gate Bridge) was a California Highway Patrol officer noted for his work in suicide intervention, having dissuaded more than two hundred people from jumping off of the Golden Gate Bridge into the San Francisco Bay. He retirement from the California Highway Patrol in 2013…

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Surviving the Golden Gate Bridge, Suicide Prevention & Mental Health with Kevin Berthia

Kevin Berthia’s Story: “Hearing, Hope, & Healing” Kevin Berthia is a suicide survivor and prevention advocate. Kevin was born with a genetic major depression disorder. In 2005, at the age of 22, Kevin attempted to take his own life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. “I had never dealt with any of the problems…

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The Bro Code, How Contemporary Culture Creates Sexist Men Audio with Dr. Thomas Keith

Dr. Thomas Keith teaches philosophy and gender studies at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and Claremont Graduate University, where he received his Ph.D. in 2001. Dr. Keith specializes in American philosophy and pragmatism with an emphasis on issues of race, class, and gender. In 2008 and 2011 respectively, Dr. Keith wrote, directed, and produced the…

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Men, Become The Best Version of You! With JD Weatherspoon of Mastermind Connect

Mastermind Connect What We Do We know there are parts of our lives that haven’t quite gone to plan. But, we want to improve — we are ready for change. At Mastermind Connect, we unlock the collective wisdom of every man who decides to become the best version of himself. We redefine the modern man…

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Emotionally Unavailable Love with Carrie Wynn

Carrie Wynn is a Writer & Relationship Coach.  She created a blog as a safe space for honest dialogue around relationships, overcoming narcissistic abuse, cultivating boundaries, and working through past traumas. Carrie spent the first part of her life with a complete belief that her worth could only come from someone else. She didn’t have…

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