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Ms. Aisha Brown who joins us to talk about African American Organizations Making Connections 2, this Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013, at Laney College in Oakland, CA, works as a Senior Legislative Aide for Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson in the Fifth District. For over ten years, Aisha has worked for Supervisor Carson on policy in the areas of workforce and economic development, STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math), social services, early care and education, and housing. Ms. Brown is a native of Oakland, CA, graduating from Skyline High School. She attended San Francisco State University where she received a Bachelors of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology and a Master’s degree in Organizational Management. Ms. Brown is the President of Black Women Organized For Political Action (BWOPA), the Oakland/Berkeley Chapter, one of the oldest women’s political organizations in the state of California. To register visit: http://aamakingconnections2013.eventbrite.com/# Omitola Toluwalase Akinwunmi, MA, psychology, MS, counseling, certificated/credentialed Professional counselor, Master Herbalist, student of life. She says her purpose in this life is to each day "learn a lesson and to teach a lesson and love herself so that she knows how to love others as she participates fully in the life experience. Kajara Nia Yaa Nebthet, founder of RA SEKHI ARTS TEMPLE OF HEALING, is a Heal Thyself Ambassador of Wellness, Natural Healer, Priestess, Community Activist, Afrikan Holistic Health Consultant, Spiritual Warrior, Sacred Woman, Educator, Mother, Tree hugger and Nature lover who has dedicated her life to promote health, wellness and natural living to our community. They speak about the annual Whole Healing Arts, Feb. 22-24, 2013. Visit http://rasekhi.webs.com/aboutus.htm
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