Taboo Talk Guest Starring Reggie Bullock

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Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author and Motivational Speaker www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talkhelps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ! Guest starring Reggie Bullock. A filmmaker and public speaker, Reggie Bullock is a vibrant voice and accomplished role model for the youth of today. Born as the eldest of two children in the Bronx, New York, his parents were native North Carolinians. During the 80’s, Reggie graduated from Eastern Connecticut State University and later began his professional career working with students who were academically at-risk at St. Thomas More School in Connecticut. In 1994 Reginald became the Multicultural Director at the Norwich Free Academy, working with minority students and serving as a liaison between students and the local community. From 1986-1998, Reginald also served on the staff at Eastern Connecticut State University. On March 15, 2009, he released the short film, "A War for Your Soul" over the internet. In 3 years, the film has been viewed by over 10 million people. The film is being shown on over 10,000 websites, and has now reached Ghana, UK, Israel and many Caribbean Islands. The film, originally targeted towards at-risk African American youth, leaves viewers asking themselves, "How can I help my community?" The video has garnered enormous praise for sparking important dialogue and encouraging adults to play a more active role in educating children. On Oct. 14th, 2009, top radio personality Michael Baisden said that “A War for Your Soul is a must see film." Reggie’s current films are “Who is Devin Johnson?” and “The Nadine Lee Story” To contact Reggie Bullock visit his website at: www.warforyoursoul.com 

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