MOTIVATION FOR BLACK PEOPLE

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How To ACTUALLY Drive Social Change (w/ Tia Oso)

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. 

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Black History Before America: Slavery

Did you know 2019 is the 400 year Anniversary since the first slaves arrived in America?!

This episode will teach you the TRUTH behind the lies of American history books.

We're diving deep into the trauma our enslaved ancestors went through, how that trauma is still playing out in the black community today, and how we can finally heal our ancestral wounds.

Our special guest, Ambassador Johanna Odonkor Svanikier, President & CEO of the Heritage and Cultural Society of Africa (HACSA), says our healing starts with learning the TRUTH - only then can we have reconciliation. Get ready for the history lesson you NEVER got as a kid!

 

To learn more about the HACSA and their upcoming summit: https://thehacsa.org/

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Empowering Our Girls (w/ guest J. Marcelle)

This episode is all about our girls. Our special guest J. Marcelle has received 5 Emmy nominations for her work on social justice. This episode empowers women and girls learn to re-write their own narratives to rise above injustice, outdated gender roles, and old traditions.

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Tarana Burke: #MeToo Movement and What’s Next?

We’ve all heard about the hashtag #MeToo, but did you know this movement started 12 years ago by a black woman named Tarana Burke? Tarana was named Time Person of the Year for 2017 and is known for being the first to use the phrase “Me Too” to raise awareness of the pervasiveness of sexual abuse and assault in society. 

In this interview, Tarana get super real with us to talk about how we can support victims of sexual violence, how we can discuss the topic with our children, and what to do if you or someone you know experiences sexual violence.

Tarana also discusses where it all began and what’s next for the movement in this inspiring interview. 

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