28: We Are Together In Spirit…Navigating the Pandemic with Hope + Ruby

In this episode, my daughter Ruby and I sit down to talk about how life is for us navigating the Corona Virus Pandemic. It’s been such a challenge for everybody to deal with physical distancing, thousands of deaths and illnesses, the news! How can we stay safe and sane? How can we find joy and fun under quarantine? How do you…
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27: Guess Who’s Coming To The Office with Michele Rannie

Michele Rannie is an attorney in New York City practicing civil litigation and a Brooklyn Mom from the island of St. Kitts. In this episode, we talk about the trials and tribulations of being an immigrant and a woman of color within the high-powered corporate world. Michele equates her experience of showing up at her firm to the storyline of…
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26: The Diversity Diva Breakdown with Lori Tharps

Lori L. Tharps is a content creator whose work lands at the intersection of race and popular culture. Lori is an associate professor of journalism at Temple University, an award-winning author, creator of the My American Meltingpot blog and podcast and a mother of three. Lori Tharps strives to use her words to broaden the conversation about race in America; to challenges racial…
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25: Fashion as a Healing Modality ….with Dawnn Karen

So excited about this episode with the Dawnn Karen, a pioneer in the Fashion Psychology field, a professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology, Founder of the Fashion Psychology Institute and the author of her new book Dress Your Best Life. I believe fashion is art and in this conversation, you will begin to understand that fashion can also be…
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24: Navigating identity & Reconnection to Indigenous Ancestry with Natalie Evans

Natalie Evans is an activist and the host of the  “Some Kind of Brown” podcast, whereas a primarily Indigenous Black woman, she shares her own unique perspective about Mixed and Multiracial life’s journeys and current events. In this episode, we talk about her life and journey reconnecting to her Native American heritage. Natalie offers insights on rediscovering yourself, the effects of…
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