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Harriet Cammock

Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock


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Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock discusses current events ranging from politics to education reform to homelessness and sex trafficking. Ms. Cammock also conducts exciting guest interviews featuring recording artists, community leaders, and political movers & shakers. Down To Earth airs live Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time on You can also find Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and more. As a listener-supported podcast, your contribution helps make Down To Earth possible. Visit Ms. Cammock's website at to find out how you can support for as little as $0.99/month. Ms. Cammock is a three-time published author, public speaker, and advocate for an end to violence against women. Visit her website at to find out more.

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With Amy Coney Barrett now a United States Supreme Court Justice, women across the country are in jeopardy of losing our access to safe, legal abortions. Conservatives are of the mistaken belief that banning abortion means that... more

Being white in America means being the least qualified person in the room but having the most prestigious--and most senior--position. Positions that Black people and people of color have to be routinely over-qualified and supremely... more

Today, people are slef-governed. That means we elect or choose our leaders. In Biblical days, God appointed a leader by speaking to the prophets and telling them whom to choose.. God doesn't speak to prophets today by telling them... more

It's twelve days to the November 2020 elections and our nerves are fraught with so many 'plays on how the election could turn out. What if? Trump is re-elected, what will that mean for Black Americans and racial violence, but what if Biden... more

A crisis of sorts is taking place in America. Over 2 million Black men are taking care of a spouse, parent, sibling or child and they don't know hot to ask for help. The average U.S. caregiver is a 49 yr old woman, 16 million caregivers nation... more

Halloween 2020. What's that going to be like? Trick or treat? I don't know about that. Masks, social distancing, what kinds of costumes are you planning on? I plan to be Wonder Woman, all glammed up and sexied up, could it be I'm missing... more

Less than 20 days to go tot he Novemebr elections, covid-19 positive president is holding rallies that from an outsider look like political suicide, The Michigan Governor under attack, and a president who cintinues to fan the flames of... more

My guest this morning, is Mackleen Desravines,an Atlanta film maker whose film 'Smoke" is currently on Amazon Prime. The film explores the trial of a Detroit-area Black man who had killed his pregnant girlfriend, served time in jail,... more

It is amazing what the year 2020 has done to us. So many people are fighting or living with or coping with depression. How can we get pass this? Job losses, business losses, homelessness and suicide is on the rise. Here are seven ways... more

Storming the State Capitol. Instigating a civil war. Abducting a sitting governor ahead of the presidential election. Those were among the plots described by federal and state officials in Michigan on Thursday as they announced terrorism,... more
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