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Ketra Davenport & Voices of Anakazi

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Minister Ketra L. Davenport founded Life After Advocacy Group, Inc. in May of 2004 which is a non-profit organization committed to promoting awareness and prevention in sexual, verbal, emotional and physical abuse by identifying, admitting and advocating education within the church body and local communities. LAAG Inc. helps victims understand the nature and origin of sexual, emotional, mental, and verbal abuse as they walk through this journey, we call LIFE.

It’s mission and vision include to assist children, women and men in promoting a balanced life after being sexually abused through creating a confident, caring and personal environment. To rehabilitate the lives of sexually abused and rape victims. Also provide advocates for leadership and encouragement on sexual abuse issues.  Ms Davenport joins us on Spotlight to discuss her work and the upcoming awareness projects during the month of April. She’s a strong advocate and believer that there is a life after being a victim of sexual abuse.


Glenda Puteho McCoo Wina has a long and close relationship with the people and the nation of Zambia. She arrived in Lusaka from her home town of Los Angeles in 1963, the year before Independence, in what was then the Protectorate of Northern Rhodesia, to marry the Honorable Sikota Wina. He was a leader of the United National Independence Party (UNIP) and Parliamentary Secretary in the first majority-elected government.

In 1971 Mrs. Wina returned to Los Angeles with her daughter, Mpambo. She became the first African-American news anchorwoman with a network owned and-operated television station in Los Angeles, KNXT, and one of the first specialist reporter-editors in health and science subjects in a major market, and won numerous awards and honours.