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Topic:   Bullying

Guest: Kevin Bailey

Kevin Bailey, a life-long Long Island resident, and proud father and grandfather, is an Author, Motivational Speaker and Youth Basketball Coach! Two of his books, his signature book, "Anthony Meets the Playground Bully," and self-help, "YOUNG ADULTS Think, Believe & Become RICH!," have both been very well received by hundreds of educators and students up and down the East Coast, from CT to Washington, D.C. Knowing how bullying and low self-esteem negatively impacts children's ability and desire to be successful in academics, as well as in life, reaching out to kids of all ages, he set up various after-school programs, while introducing his Literary Bullying Presentation to young people at schools and community centers, including The Magic Johnson Empowerment Youth Center in Harlem. Bailey is a past featured columnist for the Hempstead Uniondale Times and Village Connection Magazine of Long Island. He has appeared on 88.1 WXBA radio, 98.3 KJOY radio, 88.7 WRHU(Radio Hofstra University), MYLIT TV and was featured on Long Island Cablevision Channel 12 News as their News' 12 Making a Difference Personality, just to name a few. Bailey has since created his Health & Fitness Ministry! Helping and providing a pathway for others to recapture their own youthful wealth of a healthy mind, body and spirit! Kevin reaches out to both individuals and groups to share his lifelong passion of overall fitness and wellness. He loves to quote the late great Satchell Paige, star of the Old Negro Baseball League who pitched his very first Major League Baseball game after he was well into in his mid 40's. When asked by a reporter how he could play at the major league level at this late age, it is reported that Mr. Paige, in explaining his ability to do so, cheerfully responded, "How old would you be if you did not know how old you were?" 

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