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Byron Motley is a modern day Renaissance man. He is an accomplished singer/ songwriter/filmmaker/lecturer/author and photographer. As a performer Byron has worked on Broadway and performed and recorded with such luminaries as Natalie Cole, Dionne Warwick, Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Barry Manilow, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and the Boston Pops Orchestra. Byron's recently published photographic book, Embracing Cuba (University Press of Florida), contains nearly 200 color images (with essays) exploring the richness of the island. His photography has also been featured in Vanity Fair, The Advocate, New York Daily News, LA Times, and have shown in galleries, boutiques and museums in the United States, Europe and Cuba. He will be with us on Wednesday. Please join us to learn more about Mr. Motley (347) 637-2319 and press 1.
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Thank you for joining us on The Michael Dresser Show! Today we welcome these guests to our show:
Tami West, Ph.D.: Author of the upcoming book, "Risky Relaxation: What Every Woman Needs to Know About Managing Stress," http://www.tamiwest.com
Toby Haberkorn: Author of "When My Granny Forgets, I Remember: A Child's Perspective on Dementia," http://www.tobyhaberkorn.com
Colleen O'Grady: Author of "Dial Down the Drama: Reducing Conflict and Reconnecting with Your Teenage Daughter - A Guide for Mothers Everywhere," http://www.colleenogrady.com
T J Woodward: Author of "Conscious Being: Awakening to Your True Nature," http://www.consciousbeingbook.com
Thank you for joining us today on The Michael Dresser Show.
This installment of The Forbidden Fruit will ask the questions, why can't NFL fans and animal lovers forgive Michael Vick after all these years. After serving 19 months in prison and it being 6 plus years since his relesase, hasn't he paid his debt to society? We all make mistakes. Why can't he be forgiven? Do some people have more love for animals than peope? Is Michael Vick being treated as fairly as his white counterparts? Tonight on Thursday Night Football, Michael Vick starts as quarterback against much protest. We will be watching to see how much our society has grown. Some of the same people want black people to forget 300 plus years of slavery, but can't get over Michael Vick and the mistakes he made in his early 20's. If we exiled everybody who made mistakes in there teens and 20's, how many of us would be left? We'd like to know what you think on this subject.
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