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What are the top ten things women should stop doing now?
Tune in to The Tatum Talks' debut on Wednesday, October 23rd, from 9:00-10:00pm as we discuss bad behaviors that hold women back from winning in life!
We will be joined by screenwriter and author of Ignorance is Contagious, Abdul Majid, as we debate how women continue to get tripped up in certain scenarios. Are you guilty of committing any of these "sins"? Will you cosign or disagree with the top 10?
Come and join us as we tackle these troubling habits.
All of this, on The Tatum Talks. The doors of the forum are now open...
Meet author, entrepreneur, minister and child sexual abuse survivor, Yvette Allen Tatum. Listen as she shares her experiences with being a victim, and advocating for victims, of child sexual abuse. She will read and teach from her book, "I Didn't Know" and offer valuable tools on how to identify, confront, and overcome child sexual abuse.
Join Nina Fitzhugh Wells as she interviews her most compelling guest. You don't want to miss this show!!!
At the top of the hour host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Yvette Allen Tatum to Conversations LIVE to discuss her book I DIDN'T KNOW. Then at 30 min. past the hour Webb talks with author Pat Tucker about her literary journey and new book.
Motivate. Excite. Influence. | www.Sharvette.com
First Segment: Yvette Allen Tatum
Author, Advocate, Conference Host & Ordained Minister, Yvette Allen Tatum joins us to discuss her latest book release, “I Didn't Know”. “I Didn't Know” brings to the forefront the many hidden faces of child sexual abuse. Yvette shares not only her story, but the compelling testimonies of others--everyone from the actual victim, to the offender, to those who standby by in disbelief. | http://www.yvetteallentatum.com/
Second Segment: Leslie J. Sherrod Leslie J. Sherrod, the recipient of the SORMAG Readers Choice Award for Christian Author of the Year (2012), has a Masters in Social Work and has worked as a therapist, just like her current protagonist, Sienna St. James. Leslie joins us to discuss her new book release, Without Faith | The Sienna St. James Series | Book Two | http://www.lesliejsherrod.com/
Third Segment: Leslie 'SimplieME' Johnson
Leslie Johnson is a Published Author, Spoken Word Artist, and Poet. She has been writing poetry since the age of 13 and was ushered into Spoken Word in 2009 after the untimely death of her husband, Eron Johnson. Since that time she has been using her gift of poetry to usher people into the presence of The Most High God at various venues in the Tri City area. She goes by the stage name of “SimplieME” because she realizes that she must simply be who God has called her to be and stay humbled as His name is exalted.
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On March 1st, 2013 Tommie Wills, Jamarr Patrick, and Gerald Warren discuss a recap of the Oscars. We will discuss The Miami Heat Harlem Shake. We will discuss Joe Flacco 6 year 120 million contract. Erin Andrew rejects 50 cent kiss.As always we'll discuss hip hop ,country, and all things music!And ladies we wont forget to Channing all over your Tatum....You'll lol at
Breaking the Silence of Sexual Abuse
Yvette Tatum is a "THRIVOR" . This woman of God is the" real deal."
She is an author, speaker, conference host, teacher, motivator,mother,wife and so much more.
Listen as Nicole chats with Yvette about her journey and her mission of uncovering sexual abuse all across this world.
"I Didn't Know" brings to the forefront the many hidden faces of child sexual abuse. Yvette shares not only her story, but the compelling testimonies of others--everyone from the actual victim, to the offender, to those who standby by in disbelief and allow these heinous crimes against our children to continue.
Back 2 Civility Campaign with Carla Burks
Why can't we be civil?
Channing Chase currently portrays Dorothy "Dot" Dykeman Campbell, a blueblood socialite, in the AMC hit series Mad Men. Although Channing Chase's film work includes “Evan Almighty,” “You Did What,” “South of the Border,” and “Charlie Wilson's War,” She is perhaps best known to television audiences for her sophisticated, upper class roles in “ER,” “On The Lot.” “Life With Bonnie,” “Time of Your Life,” “Home Improvement,” and “Family Matters,”as well as her guest starring role on “Cold Case,” as the depressed, alcoholic, uncaring mother, thus adding to her range of character roles. Currently, she is recurring on “Mad Men,” the AMC episodic sensation as Dorothy “Dot” Dykeman Campbell, the well-dressed, sophisticated east side blueblood who owns one-half of Manhattan. Channing comes from a theatre background, having first appeared at the renowned Charles Playhouse in Boston. She is a founding member or Pacific Resident Theatre in Venice, California, which has won 22 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards. Appearing in numerous stage productions in both New York and Los Angeles, Chase has been seen in major roles in Edward Albee's “A Delicate Balance,” Ivanov,” “Tartuffe,” plus appearing in “Les Liaisons Dangereuses” at the famed Pasadena Playhouse. She stops by for a chat on Monday, July 29, at 8pm EST.
The State of Black Hollywood
With such hits as ABC’s “Scandal”, the vastly successful “The Butler” and the highly anticipated “12 Year A Slave”, African-Americans are making their mark and causing a stir in Hollywood more now, than ever. Although Tinseltown is featuring a greater emphasis on our stories and talent, what stereotypes are these projects leaving in their wake? As a result of our increasing presence in film, TV and stage, what positive and negative aspects are being enhanced about the African-American community? Tune in Wednesday, October 30 at 9p EST, as we discuss how recent successes in Black Hollywood have affected the overall image of Black America.
The multi-talented author, photographer and director, Teresa Dowell-Vest, as well as award-winning actor and singer, Corey Reynolds, will be weighing in as we debate “The State of Black Hollywood.
Coming soon on The Tatum Talks, where the doors of the forum are now open…
The Terri Craig Show: Real Women - Real Results with Crystal Brown-Tatum of Crystal Clear Communicat
This show is about women in business who love what they do and are doing what they love (as well as helping those that are longing to do so). It’s about reveling in our successes and learning from our failures. It’s also about sharing what we have to offer and compelling reasons why others want to promote and support us. And finally, it’s about what brings us all together—our passions, our values and our desires to make a difference. In other words . . . it’s all about YOU!
LaTanya Tatum was diagnosed Stage 2A Invasive Ductal Carcinoma (Breast Cancer) on November 11, 2006. After completing a vigorous treatment regimen that consisted of 4 rounds of chemo, 33 rounds of radiation, and 1 year of Herceptin infusions, she is living cancer free and doing her part to be a "better survivor" by sharing her survival story with others. She is very involved in the Austin, Texas community and volunteers with the Komen Austin Affiliate, Princess in Training, Inc., and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Crystal Brown-Tatum is the Founder and President of Crystal Clear Communications-a Dallas based award-winning public relations firm. She is the author of a breast cancer memoir "Saltwater Taffy and Red High Heels: My Journey through Breast Cancer" and is a 6 year advanced stage breast cancer survivor. She is a dedicated patient advocate and dedicates her time to awareness and education outreach programs in Texas.
My guest this evening is author Yvette Tatum Allen, and Tremayne Moore. We will be discussing Yvette's book, I Didn't Know and her efforts to bring the subject of child sexual abuse from the closet of secrecy to a open forum for discussion!
Mr.Tremayne Moore was also a victim of child sexual abuse and he will be joining the discussion.
Tremayne Moore is the founder of Mayntre Manuscripts, LLC, a publishing company with a vision of writing to write the broken soul. Like the one in six men who were sexually abused before the age of sixteen, Moore knows what it feels like to be broken. Molested by a close family member, Tremayne spent much of his childhood in fear and yearning for someone to take his side.