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Breaking the Chains.....Healing through Forgiveness Part II

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I have a dream...Celebrating Out 50 Years of Jubilee!

Our forefathers and mothers planted trees from which we gather fruit, and dug wells from which we quench our thirst. Cilvil Rights Activist marched for us, died for us and pleaded for our equality.

So what are we leaving behind for our communities today? What are we fostering in the minds of our Black children? How will we strengthen our famillies and our communities?

Fifty years ago, Dr. King's "I Have a Dream..." Speech debuted in Detroit and transformed a nation. Today, we Celebrate our Jubilee and join in that movement of teaching us all to evolve in our beliefs, values and purpose for elevation of our consciousness into the greatness that lies in the Human Spirit.

Thankfully our guest from last week will be joining us  today Ms. Sharisa Robertson, the Forgiveness Facilitator. She joined me as the co-host for the kick-off of the Re-Birthing Motherhood series last week, and during this week leading into Mother's day, she will give tips to support those daughters who have challenging Mother/Daughter Relationships so you can still honor your mother without losing validation of who you are. 

She also created "The Mommy Effect Documentary: When the One Who Hurts You is the One Who Birthed You," which was a forum for women who were interested in sharing their story about having a strained relationship with their mother. This project later became a published book "A Letter To My Mother: A Daughter's Perspective" to support adult women in healing so they can be the mother they choose to become. During this episode we remember that forgiveness does not required anything from the person we are forgiving.

Let's continue to have conversations that inspires us all to take action to "Heal what's hurting our Black Community."

We are powerful, and we rise!

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