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Another great show for you today. Sparked by the recent conversations regarding Hampton University and their Business School policy of no locks and corn rows. And we have two dynamic guests to chat about this and their work in the community.
Alex Ellis is redefining the meaning of style. An author, speaker, custom clothier, mentor, and gentleman of integrity and distinction, Ellis is turning heads across the nation through his well-dressed stature and inspirational words. He has been recently featured on CNN’s “Reclaiming the Dream”, Black Enterprise’s Our World Television Show, The 700 Club, BET and the Steve Harvey Morning Show. Honored with the distinguished40-Under-Forty award from the Network Journal, Ellis is heralding a powerful message on image from the inside out.
Jaracus Copes, President and CEO of New Destiny, LLC, is a leader in youth development––who is dedicated to teaching professionals, families and youth how to promote positive academic, social and emotional growth in youth of all ages. He founded New Destiny in 2006 with the mission to provide youth with the skills and environment that promotes positive youth development and leadership. He is a world-renowned speaker focusing on youth development and parental involvement. He has shared is message to affect change internationally.
As always, Ghana Imani Hylton will join us for the Adinkra House Music Spotlight.
It's good to talk.