A list of links to author, organization and other websites referenced in each episode.
Episode 16: Putting smarts to your money with Jason Thomas, co-founder and president of The PILL Method, a financial counseling and technology company
Episode 15: EPISODE 15: Crafting characters that can step from a book’s pages and walk down the street–Interview with critically acclaimed author Rachel Howzell Hall
Episode 14: Repackaging self, institutions & reckoning with the past to move beyond it–with George O. Davis, Executive Director of the California African American Museum (CAAM)
Episode 13: Guest Stephanie Gaines-Bryant of Radio Yogi Health and Fitness on integrating yoga to help meet New Year’s resolutions to be fitter, healthier, and if you’re vowing for better self care in 2019. What better way to do so than to get your yoga on?
Episode 12: Guest LaKeischa McMillan of the Housecall with Dr. Mac podcast with tips on how to get all up in the family’s body business on Thanksgiving. This holiday is a time to throw down on all sorts of bounties. Thanksgiving is also Family Health History Day…a time to discuss and learn more about diseases or health events that tend to run in the family.
Episode 11: September is Sickle Cell Awareness Month, and Elle Cole of Cleverly Changing has a compelling story about how she learned about the disease. It was a surprise when one of her twins inherited it. Cole is a writer and founder of Cleverly Changing, a lifestyle blog that focuses on “Empowering the Total Person.”
Episode 10: Guest Stacia D. Wright shares her business journey and talks about learning by looking, knowing your worth, the value of your time and what you bring to any table… and much more
Episode 9: Guest Lea Anderson talk with her sister Liz about Uterine Fibroids—disrespectful & monstrous body bastards for Uterine Fibroid Awareness Month
Episode 8: Sixahwe Naturals–hand-making the future with vegan body products featuring Ayanna Alexander, founder of Sixahwe Naturals
Episode 7: Uncovering history that was hidden in plain sight | Interview with Pastor Michelle C. Thomas, founder of the Loudoun Freedom Center
Episode 6: This Virgin ain’t plain, homely or boring | Interview with Skarlet Beverage Company founders
Episode 5: Poetry to keep your Valentine steamy all year long
Episode 4: They want to set you up with a solid stylist and a fly ‘do
Episode 2: Cancer has no couth or sense of timing.
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