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SISTERS4SISTERS is a NON-PROFIT organization developed for The Empowerment of Women and Girls. This empowerment is achieved through Enlightening Workshops on personal and professional development along with Engaging Community Outreach in the areas which greatly impact women including HIV-AIDS Awareness, Domestic Violence, Homelessness, Young Girl Mentoring, Health and Wellness. Carolyn White Washington is the Founder.
Tamika Hall is "An anointed psalmist, best selling author, International Radio Personality, award-winning playwright and clothing designer. Tamika has been making noise for the Kingdom of God.
As a psalmist and worship leader, Tamika writes and sings Contemporary Christian Music that fuses elements from gospel, classical, jazz, rock, & salsa. From the opening verse of her gripping testimony found in, “Here I Am,” to the heart-felt worship in, “Dwell,” to the show stopping, “War Cry,” the songs reveal the heart of this worshiper that are sure to be replicated by worship teams worldwide."
The Best selling author has penned more than ten books including the Christian fiction novels, “Meet Me at the Altar,” and Love Me to the Altar.” She also travels and speaks to teens around the Country each year based on her book, “Love Doesn’t Leave Bruises: A Young Woman’s Guide to Conquering Dating Violence.”
With her timeless beauty, her powerful presence and the passion and spirit she puts into every performance, New Zealand born actress Rena Owen has been and continues to be an inspiration to many worldwide. With an impressive career spanning over 3 decades, Rena has performed in many great roles ranging from her time in London, to her return to New Zealand where she starred alongside Temuera Morrison in her acclaimed role as Beth Heke in the now cult classic film 'Once Were Warriors', and on to her numerous Hollywood roles including the new upcoming Vin Diesel movie 'The Last Witch Hunter'. This personally is a huge honor for me as I have admired Rena greatly since I first saw her performance as Beth Heke and the strength she promoted within that film to help women and men alike worldwide to have the strength and courage to walk away from dangerous and at times fatal situations of domestic violence.
So please tune in and join us to hear to Rena speak of her amazing career and feel free to comment any questions you would like to ask her :)
many blessings from your host Tekina Wildcat (Lisa Howard)
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actress Kristin Minter to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her career in front of the camera (Home Alone & ER) and what it's been like to see the response from her fans. The two will also discuss her new film FIRE CITY.
On Win's Women of Wisdom today, Best-Selling Author, Win Kelly Charles welcomes Carla Wynn Hall. She is the owner of Hot Pink Publishing. The company, #hotpinkattitude is a powerful movement of empowerment. Hot Pink's motto is “No Woman Left Behind” and their mission is to provide simple, educational and affordable solutions for women writers. Hot Pink share victories and celebrate lives by using the (hashtag) #hotpinkattitude. Their programs are designed to transform lives, simple as that. Hidden inside each anthology program is a secret agenda… Shhhh. The big secret they keep is in helping women step out of their own way and recreate their live just as they desire it to be – through the ageless process of writing. To learn more about Carla visit http://www.hotpinkpublishing.com. To learn more about your host visit https://wincharles.wix.com/win-charles and be sure to FOLLOW this program http://www.blogtalkradio.com/winswomenofwisdom
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It's MomRN's birthday and today we are celebrating with the following fantastic guests and interviews!
There is really nothing more important than self-esteem. Did you know that 16.9% of high school students report being bullied? Did you know that 64% of students who are bullied never report it? Bullying is an epidemic problem in our schools today.
Actress Dee Wallace, who you will recognize as the mother from ET, has developed an amazing product that will teach children to love who they are, which in turn will create children who can love others. With her product BuppaLaPaloo, she has created a fabulous interactive toy, and a child’s best friend, that will promote self-love and will help nurture children and help them grow. Dee joins us to share why she created the bear and how you can help support this campaign to teach our children how to learn themselves and others. To support the Kickstarter campaign, visit http://kck.st/1VinMGt and pledge before the campaign ends on Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015 at 7:28 AM CDT.
Over 1 million babies worldwide are born each year with congenital heart defects. Joining us to discuss this serious problem is young actor, Max Page, best known as "Little Darth Vader" from the Super Bowl ad and for his role on the Young and the Restless soap opera. He is joined by his mom, Jennifer Page, and Dr. Mark Carlson from St. Jude Medical. Max was born with a congenital heart defect and received a new pacemaker last month.
Today's episode also includes helping teachers through Donors Choose and Sonic's Limeades for Learning initiative; money and happiness; cervical cancer screening & college drinking prevention.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes playwright Kenike Miche to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss the journey of bringing her play CINDY'S SPIRIT to life but also what it feels like to be able to inspire and entertain in the process.
The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes Playwright Ivy Hawkins, Director ELI El, and cast of the stage show, Dry Bones. Dry Bones touches on the themes of father\son relationships and the effects of street life.
Listen to my previous interview with Adyib by clicking here. Dial 347.884.8997 to speak with the guests or the hosts.
Jennifer Blue knows first hand the effects domestic violence has on a family. As a survivor herself, she’s knowledgeable, committed and passionate about keeping domestic violence awareness on the forefront for educating communities in the detection, prevention, effects and recovery of domestic violence. In 2010 she uniquely came up with “The Jennifer Blue Project” this project was designed to educate a diverse audience about the growing epidemic of domestic violence. By using the power of the arts to help individuals to understand the complicated issues surrounding domestic violence in the urban stage play “Easier Said than Done”.