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“I Am NOT Every Woman” – Sequoyah Lindsey-Taylor

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Women are under tremendous pressure to fulfill the roles and labels attached to them. So much so, that it's easy to lose your identity and forget who (and what) you are in trying to live up to everyone's expectations. Special guest, Sequoyah Lindsey-Taylor sits down with host Michelle Poitier to set the record straight by discussing what a real woman actually is, and then purposefully understanding yourself FIRST. Know all about you,
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Mental Illness: A Day In The Life Of Crystal Whiteside-Lemon

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Mental illness has taken center stage via the media over the last few years, but it has been a major problem in the USA for decades. Only 41% of adults diagnosed with a mental health disorder received help in the past year. Black Americans aand Hispanic Americans utilize mental health services less than 50% of the rate White and Asian Americans do. The whole conversation about mental health, in Black communities is
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Transformational Journey With Holly Johnson

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Holly Johnson, founder of Transformation JAX, shares with Michelle Poitier her battles with food addiction and the traumatic experiences she endured from it, and ultimately how she transformed her mind, body and soul to become the empowered, and encouraging beacon she is to so many women who have and still are, battling the same addiction. Her story will resonate with you, and inspire you to begin your own transformation journey.
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Breaking Away From Living Paycheck-To Paycheck

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Living paycheck-to-paycheck is a mindset that has plagued wage earners since people have been working. However, this mindset erodes the financial security of working families and kills any and all progress towards financial stability and independence. Dr. Tony Allen sits down with host, Michelle Poitier to share his valuable insight and experience on how to permanently position yourself to gain that financial stability and independence, by showing you how to STOP living from
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Disparities In Education

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The fact that there are community-wide discrepancies in the quality of education in content, delivery and in staffing is one that is decades old, Initially race played a major role as to the existence of such, but special guest Dr. Diane Clark presents a case that extends will beyond race and even the economic restrictions placed upon educators in low-income communities creates a more alarming trend. One where a longer, steadier degree-based, career
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