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Alopecia areata is a common autoimmune skin disease resulting in the loss of hair on the scalp and elsewhere on the body. It usually starts with one or more small, round, smooth patches on the scalp and can progress to total scalp hair loss (alopecia totalis) or complete body hair loss (alopecia universalis).
Kaiya is a 13 year old advocate for Alopecia. Kaiya was diagnosed with Alopecia Areata in the 2nd grade but in the last
two years her doctor believes she has Alopecia Universalis b/c she doesn't have any hair on her arms or legs.Kaiya is a strong, warm,loving young lady that loves the Lord.
She along with others and her mother are on a mission to raise awareness for Alopecia in all people, especially African Americans. Listen, as she inspires us to be who God has called us to be.
Author Paulette Harper releases her new childrens book, "Princess Nevaeh"
Six year old Nevaeh wants to be something she already is. She will soon learn that her wish to be a princess takes a little more than just asking. Lessons on self-discovery are taught by her Mimi who makes her understand that being a princess takes work . http://pauletteharper.com/books/princess-nevaeh/index.htm
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They say beauty is SKIN Deep...and a woman's hair like a Lion's Mane is her PRIDE. But what happens when genetics determines the fate of your hair. As you know historically, Society has been notorious for dictating WHO and WHAT is beautiful since the beginning of time. Alas, REIGN: An Alopecia Movement has risen to STAND UP and OUT to bring awareness to socio-emotional disparities experienced by women with Alopecia. Amanda Booth Colson and Rashida Mosby speak of their journey from times of devastation to liberation. HELLO WORLD!---They Are Coming Out!
So, Let's Talk
Talks With Sheba Radio Show
Wednesday, November 5, 2014 @ 10pm EST
Join Us Live online at www.blogtalkradio.com/TalksWithSheba
or by Phone at (347) 838-8992
Learn more About the Guests: REIGN: An Alopecia Movement
Amanda Booth Colson
Rashida Mosby 301 351 3831
Event: Undisclosed Beauty
Saturday, November 22, 2014
Edgewood Arts Building
3415 8th Street, NE, Washington, DC 20017
What is Alopecia and why do so many suffer with this when they seem otherwise very healthy?
Our guest Jodi Briden (CHHC, AADP) is the owner/founder of Your Wellness Partner, llc and provides customized holistic wellness programs for individuals and groups. She is board certified as a Holistic Health Coach by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and provides coaching, support, and guidance to clients all around the globe to alleviate symptoms of chronic health conditions and autoimmune disease so they can begin to heal their body and restore their own health and wellness.
Host Shirley Gutkowski will ask Jodi about her own journey with Alopecia. Tune it to hear what Jodi has done to stay healthy and vital and find out why she is such an inspiration to others.
Ms. E interviews LaTina Benthall, Founder & Director of Beautiful Bold Bald Women Support Group for Alopecia Awareness (www.beautifulboldbaldwomen.weebly.com) You might say she beat the odds of those whose young lives begin in the foster care system, as she was fortunate to have been adopted into a permanent family at the age of 2.
However, it wasn't quite "the end and they lived happily ever after" Amongst other challenges of childhood, at the young age of 10 her hair began to fall out, and two years later she was diagnosed with Alopecia. This only added to the stressors of living through childhood and adolescence as an adoptee. Bullied and teased by peers, she experienced rejection and humiliation and even entertained thoughts of suicide.
.Also joining us will beDr. Linda Amerson, a doctor of Trichology and world-renowned expert on hair and scalp disorders, Dr. Amerson is the manufacturer of her own exclusive product line:Dr. Amerson's ™ Hair, Scalp & Skin Therapeutic Essentials, LLC www.hairandscalpessentials.com
Please join our Special Guest - Kristie Howard who will be sharing insights and help build awareness about "Alopecia" which is a condition that can cause total hairloss in men and women. She will share her journey about her struggles and the steps she took to build enough confidence to emerge without a wig or scarf and truly know that hair doesn't define your beauty or self worth.
Kristie is a successful Motivational Coach and Internet Marketer. You will LOVE her positive outlook and great outlook on Life!
We'll take questions and answers from callers, so be sure to join us!
Dr. Kari Williams is a board certified Trichologist, Licensed Barber, Natural Hair Care Specialist, Stylist and Educator. She opened a successful salon called Mahogany Hair Revolution in Beverly Hills at the age of 22. Dr. Kari’s educational background allows her to treat clients with hair and scalp disorders in addition to styling the hair of a vast list of clients. She travels the country educating and speaking to people about how to achieve healthy hair. Dr. Kari not only wants to encourage people to love their natural hair, but also to love themselves.
Daphne Wills is the Founder and CEO of HerbalNature Organic Hair & Body Products. She has been passionately crafting her quality organic products for 28+ years. Her products embody the essence of the life-giving properties from which they are derived with the very special ingredients of intention, breath, prayer and love. Her products and her company were born through necessity to heal herself naturally after developing alopecia from years of chemicals. Daphne’s company, HerbalNature, manufactures all natural, handmade, organic and wild crafted hair and body teas, hair oils and natural hair color made without preservatives, chemical additives or colors.
Reiko is a teacher by day, style blogger by night. God's Favorite Shoes is the style journey of a southern girl, trying her best to find which pair of shoes would be God's favorite...if he were into shoes that is! Reiko blogs about what works for her body in hopes of inspiring others. She dabbles in thrifting, writing, styling, personal shopping and wardrobe edits for the busy, the style challenged or just plain "I just need some help!" person.
J. Taylor has been creating music since he was 13. He fell in love with music over the years of hearing Marvin Gaye and other old school artist as his grandmother cleaned their home while his mother was away at work. Music was his escape from the harsh reality of a child growing up with Alopecia.
Greatly influenced by fellow Illinois native, Kanye West, J. Taylor first leap into music was as a producer, until he was asked to feature on a song.
“As soon as I heard my voice from the speakers, I knew this was what I wanted to do forever,” he says.”I admit it took a while for me to get comfortable with my voice, but seeing how others reacted to my lyrics gave me a feeling that I would never forget.”
In all efforts to keep his image authentic, he chose to use his real name as his stage name; J for Julius and Taylor, which is his last name. His musical sound has been self defined as "Feel Music", which is the art of freely expressing oneself through song. Many artists place themselves in an invisible box by sticking to one style of music or a particular genre. J. Taylor is not afraid to express himself or share his experiences through other genre other than Rap. He doesn't settle for just creating club music or party songs, but he shares his feelings of love, lust, and his own struggles. Hip Hop is not just a form of expression to him, but it is his profession and religion.
In recognition of National Alopecia Month, HEARTTalk with Ms. E takes a slightly different direction for this episode.
Many have heard the phrase a woman's hair is her crowning glory. So what happens when she loses her hair???
Listen in as Ms. E, and women across the nation share their experiences having faced the often devastating condition of hair loss, and learned to embrace with boldness, their self esteem , feminity, and even glory --with and without a crown.
My special guests will include:
My “Shero” Ms. Sonya Renee,Founder of The Body Is Not an Apology; Internationally Acclaimed Performance Poet, Actress, Educator and Activist, heralded as a "force of nature on stage" and "humanity in action", who has been seen on HBO, CNN, BET, MTV, Oxygen Network; performing on stages from New Zealand to Scotland to New York.
Ms. Sandra Gibson Dubose, Author of "My Crown and Glory, It's NOT About the Hair", 2011 Winner of the Mrs. Black North Carolina Title; Speaker, Radio Host, Performing Artist, and Internationally recognized Empowerment Specialist, proclaimed as the “Bald Beauty Queen of Self Esteem”
Ms. Stacie Ferrell-Tucker, Founder of Sisters Living With Alopecia, and designer of the soon to be released 2013 National Alopecia Beauties Calendar, for which yours truly has been selected to appear. :D
Join me on Tuesday June 10th from 7:30pm - 8:30pm EST. The topic will be Triumph From Adversity. Jujo Caraballo from Los Angeles will be delivering a touching Testimony of how he has overcome adversity from his childhood and Dr. Linda Amerson an educator, columnist, radio host and international lecturer will be speaking on Alopecia and scalp disorder conditions. We as children of the Most High can live happy and productive lives. So tune in and be prepared to be uplifted, motivated and set free by logging on to www.faithwalkwithjoyce.com or call 347-237-4648.
This evening we will be disscussing juicing as alternative for hair health. Juicing is an excellent way to jump start your natural hair regiment. Over the years of being a natural hair stylist, I have worked with clients with alopecia, chemical damage, and improper hair techniques. I have came to the conclusion that scalp and hair disorders are best combated with proper nutrition from within. Please listen to this episode and we will give some of our best juice recipes for healthy scalp and hair.
Sandra is the Liberation Life Queen! She refuses to allow you to operate in a place of low self esteem! After suffering a life changing event she had the tenacity to and courage to claim her own destiny. After being ashamed of her alopecia and wearing wigs for years...she decided to ditch the wigs and allow her beauty to show. Her natural beauty garnered her the crown of 2011's Mrs Black North Carolina! Tune in to hear her story and then apply her courage to your own life.
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