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Visual storyteller, creative mastermind and entrepreneur Tre Borden gives us his take on why art is such a powerful medium for promoting social change. Recounting his own unexpected journey from Ivy League grad to artistic producer, he encourages everyone to buck the status quo and expectations of others to pursue work that is both meaningful and impactful to you.
After his career took a number of unexpected turns, Jay Connor, co-host of “The Extraordinary Negroes” podcast, stopped chasing the almighty dollar and found his way back to his creative roots. A multi-talented writer, producer, and Editor at The Root, Jay reminds us that the road to success is never a straight line and that the best way to control our destiny is to be in the driver’s seat.
Check out The Extraordinary Negroes podcast at: http://www.theextraordinarynegroes.com/
Justin recaps his recent experience on a 7-day digital detox retreat and offers practical tips for creating your own digital detox experience right from the comfort of your own home. You won’t believe the profound impact even a mini-tech hiatus can have on your life.
MARRIAGE. Whether you dream of saying “I do” or you think the idea of marriage is stupid, this episode will rock your world. The reason so many marriages fail is because they’re based on OLD values and traditions. My guest, Justin Riley, Co-host of the Married Millennials™ podcast, explains the 5 essentials for a NEW vision of marriage. A marriage that can last. A marriage that isn’t like your parents’. A marriage that provides balance and equality. A marriage for millennials.
Check out the Married Millennials podcast at: https://lovejays.com/category/married-millennials-podcast/
Sex is not just about pleasure. It can actually lead to heightened consciousness and influence how we live our purpose. Our guests, Rafaella Fiallo and Dalychia Saah of Afrosexology are taking the taboo out of sex, and discussing how we can transform pleasure into power by exploring, reclaiming, and celebrating our sexuality.
For more information on Afrosexology, visit http://www.afrosexology.com
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After a routine traffic stop led to the death of his life partner, Sociologist, Community Organizer, and Entrepreneur Brandon D. Anderson founded Raheem, an independent service for reporting police conduct in the US. In this episode, he tells us exactly how to up police accountability and transparency, and drive REAL reform.
For more information on Raheem, visit http://www.raheem.org
To sign up for Raheem, text JOIN to 415-610-4911
Can one person really make an impact? In this era of the resistance, it’s easy to get stressed and overwhelmed to the point of inaction. In this episode, special guest and Social Impact Strategist, Tia Oso delivers 3 easy ways we can all assert our personal power to enact change in our communities.
Ever thought about going to therapy but not sure how to find the right person? Or not sure if you really need it? This episode will change everything. Learn to identify if and when you need therapy and how to find the perfect therapist from our guest Jamaal Crone, Licensed Professional Counselor and mental health advocate for both communities of color and the LGBTQ community. Learn how to express your emotions and how to take the steps necessary to managing your anxiety and stress.
Learn how to go from minimum wage to a meaningful career from this week’s special guests, Tammy Gordon and Marshaun R. Hymon, of Year Up. They’re dishing out valuable tips on how to get the work and money opportunities you deserve regardless of what kind of struggle you’re dealing with today.
Hosted by Justin Michael Williams
Featured by the New York Times and 60 Minutes, Year Up is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping close the divide between people of color/marginalized people and opportunities in the workplace. The practical tips offered in this episode will help you break through to that “next level” you’ve been striving for, no matter where you live or what your career experience is!
You can learn more about Year Up at their website: https://www.yearup.org/
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