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“I am living proof of what a lot of people wouldn’t think of homelessness.” Damien Haussling
If anyone has any preconceived stereotypes of the homeless, make sure they meet Damien. He will dispel any stereotypes you have. He got an 800 on the math section of his SATs in high school. He double majored in both math and psychology in college and was even accepted to a PhD program for statistics.
One of the many reasons Damien’s speeches have been such a success for the Speakers’ Bureau is that his story couldn’t be further from the stereotypes that surround homelessness. He is living proof that homelessness can strike anyone at any given time.
Thus far, Damien has spoken at a public middle school, Catholic middle school, and the Night of Monologues event. He thought that the Night of Monologues was such a success that he hopes to repeat the event multiple times per year. He enjoys telling his story because he is able to meet new people, expel stereotypes, and sometimes receive financial reward for speaking. Damien is the current Speaker's Bureau Coordinator.
It's that time again. The Bodacious Hostess Chanta "Shasee" Davis will present The Women's Round Table.
The Round Table Topic: Domestic Violence
Call In Discussion Number: 718-664-9186
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Domestic violence, also known as domestic abuse, spousal abuse, battering, family violence, dating abuse, and intimate partner violence (IPV), is a pattern of behavior which involves the abuse by one person against another in an intimate relationship such as marriage, cohabitation, dating or within the family. It can be experienced by persons in heterosexual or same-sex relationships.
Forms of domestic violence include physical, emotional, verbal, economic and sexual abuse, which can range from subtle, coercive forms of abuse to violent physical abuse that results in disfigurement or death.
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Dr. Jo Farley is Founder of From Hurt to Healed Ministries, and Senior Pastor and Chief Apostle of the Christ Institution Church. From Hurt to Healed Ministries has been changing the lives of people since 1997. Coming from hurt, to healed, to wholeness has been the testimony of those affected by FHTH. Dr. Farley proclaims the awesomeness of God, in the fulfillment of a prophecy given to her in 2002, The prophecy stated that God would put a key in her hand and give her a Church. Four years later, the prophecy came to pass. The building is an historic Church, and the was the first African-American hospital in Baltimore's. Dr. Farley's prayer is to continue to serve God, her family, and the Body of Christ.
Robin Haynes of Understanding Finances. ..will be our guest on The Bodacious Woman Movement; Home of The Women's Round Table
Our topic of discussion: "Teaching individuals and small businesses how to budget and manage their finances more effectively"
Robin’s area of expertise: accounting, bookkeeping, budgeting, business development, finance, investments, life insurance, and personal development
Robin holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Accounting from Morgan State University. Her first published project entitled “The Fundamentals of Finances – Applied to Everyday Living” has been designed to help readers navigate the complicated and sometimes frightening world of finances. Along with her partnerships to combat financial illiteracy with organizations such as Hearts and Homes Inc., New Beginnings Youth Development and Coaching Program and Mt. Zion Baptist Christian School, she also an adjunct professor at the Community College of Baltimore County teaching various financial topics such as fundamentals of finances, and entrepreneurship just to name a few. Robin has partnered with Traphic Magazine as a columnist discussing various financial topics. She is also currently working on the second portion of the Fundamentals Series which is scheduled for release spring 2015, and is also preparing to obtain her CFP (Certified Financial Planning) certificate.
In effort to acknowledge current events of today with respect to our males, The Bodacious Woman Movement will host this week’s topic: Raising Our Boys to Men
If you are a male or female, individually or collectively raising a male-
YOU WONT WANT TO MISS THIS SHOW!!!
Boys do what they are taught. They become what they see. Boys who make the news today, become symbolic of all males. We hear less from the other quieter boys, though they constitute a majority.
Boys, like girls, have complicated feelings. They struggle with their identities. So what is the best way to raise a boy to become a man? It requires dialogue and discipline.
Please join the Bodacious Woman Movement, Home of the Women’s Round Table where we invite “MEN” to the round table to discuss this topic exclusively! You will here from real brothers, fathers, uncles- community members as they share their strengths, experiences, and fortitude with transitioning from a boy to a man AND now raising boys to become men.
Find out how they deal with the daily obstacles..
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Naomi Rose is a Baltimore born vocalist who has been singing since the age of five. She has been inspired by such artists as Patti LaBelle, Aretha Franklin, and Phyllis Hyman with her roots stemming from gospel. Since making her debut on the local music scene in 2009, Naomi Rose has performed with Legacy Musiq of Upper Marlboro, MD and is a former member of the all girl rock/soul band Mzery (Misery) Loves Company. Naomi Rose’s sound is derived from soul, funk, and R&B combined with her gospel roots that she feels makes her an exceptional vocalist.
Naomi started honing her acting skills by starring in the play ‘In Her Words’ as the original character “Cass” with Liberated Muse of Washington, DC from 2012-2013, she will have a role in the upcoming stage play “Faith Was The Substance,” and serves in a leadership role as a member of Project Curve Appeal. She currently has seven song released, appears on the song and video for ‘Free Me’ with hip hop artist Prez from Virginia, and is set to release a solo project now that her relocation to Atlanta is complete.
This week’s womanly bodacious topic: LOVING YOURSELF TO LIVE" with Guest Speaker Lisa Fleet
"LOVING YOURSELF TO LIVE" with topics to be discussed include health, diet, exercise, self-love!
Have you considered “Reinventing Your Wheel” by getting on a better track to overall healthy living?
My advice is to stop making excuses for your lack of activity. Surround yourself with others who are doing better than you on this journey and once you get it help someone else. Set realistic goals for yourself. Understand that it takes time!! Pills and fad diets will not get you to where you need to be. And most importantly, Love yourself at EVERY step.
"What's Your Fetish?" with La Tonia Renee is a forum created to provide insight on beauty and fashion trends, discover self awareness through life skills and relationships and discuss hot topics and current events.
Our first guest speaker is Danielle Stradford, Ambassador and CEO of Purity w/Style.
Danielle Stradford is the brand ambassador, CEO & founder of Purity W/Style, a lifestyle brand and blog. With the mission of representing purity in all things BOLD, SEXY & CHIC, Purity W/Style stays relevant in the worlds of fashion, beauty, music and social media. Purity W/ Style is always on trend, helping to reframe society’s old fashioned views of Purity by boldly integrating them into today’s culture w/ style! After struggling and even failing in the area of purity throughout high school and college, Danielle made the decision to pursue the lifestyle of Purity three years ago and has not looked back! Through this brand she desires to change the face of purity and encourage people to confidently live out this lifestyle all while loving life and enjoying the great benefits of this decision every step of the way.
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Shouldn't More Than Hair Be Natural? A Discussion On The Elements of Natural Living
Please join us for a wonderful discussion on natural health and wellness with Guest Speaker Cynthia Gooding owner of Serenity Wellness Center, LLC.
A lifestyle of natural wellness is easy to achieve, is cheaper, and improves our quality of life.
Because of the high cost of medical care, and the scary side effects of some conventional medicines, more people than ever before are exploring natural wellness options.People are being to discover that being healthy naturally is cheaper and safer than some high tech intervention.
We will discuss alternatives which have helped others to take charge of their own well-being!
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The Bodacious Woman Movement Presents: The Women's Round Table
This week's topic: Are You Being Catfished: How Do We Decipher Lovers from Liars?
A catfish is someone who pretends to be someone else through some type of Social Media. This person completely assumes a fake identity and goes the extra mile to make their victim believe that they are exactly who they say they are.
Catfish victims usually end up falling in love with a person that does not exist. For example, a woman may think she is in love with a male model type and in actuality it is a teenage girl behind that computer screen.
Have you or anyone you know been catfished?
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The Bodacious Woman Movement was created to promote, honor, and encourage the celebration of womanhood. Consistently, women have fought against all odds to survive, raise families, and pushed to bring about impactful changes in our communities- while making many sacrifices that go unknown and unrecognized. This movement will recognize women who have risen above social and cultural practices, women that are overcoming barriers to achieve a breakthroughs, and most importantly honoring the need for self care and cultivation.
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Home of "The Women's Roundtable"
The Bodacious Woman Movement is proud to announce our very first guest... Sistah Dee
Born LaTasha Danielle Mayes in 1977, Sistah Dee is a Baltimore, Maryland native with a genuine, Southern style of hospitality. She credits much to her parents, who raised her in a Christian home. Although the teenaged Sistah Dee made a harsh departure from the values she was taught and followed her friends in partying, drugs, crime and participating in a cult. She eventually returned to her roots. One night in October of 1998, on the side of her bed, she fell to her knees with the intention of crying out Lord, “Help Me!” What actually came out her mouth was, “Lord, Use Me!” Once realizing what she said, she agreed to that cry, asking God to help her. That night, the prodigal daughter had come home, surrendering to the Lord Jesus Christ.