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Profiles and Interviews with extraordinary people in music, business, politics, entertainment, civic engagement, etc., who are pursuing/achieving success and pushing past obstacles, to affect positive change in society and culture.

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Joining us on Nella-Joi Nation today is Taj Omari, a young Atlanta-based filmmaker, who has written and directed a short film addressing the issues surrounding childhood trauma, mental health and paths to recovery. Her project... more

FOCUS + Fragile Kids of Georgia, helps ffamilies of children who are medically fragile or have significant developmental and/or physical disabilities. The organization provides comfort through hospital visits and support groups, and... more

Today on Nella-Joi Nation, we speak with Chris Brand, president and CEO of Atlanta-based Families of Disabled Adults and Children, also known as FODAC. The long standing disabililty community support organization is over 30... more

In 2010, Libra founded ?Our Children's Story? in honor of her son Anthony Jr., born with cerebral palsy. Her organization assists families who care for love ones with disabilities, whether they're children or adults. A very dedicated disability... more

On today's show we hear from Mhorgan Stephens, an 18 year-old self-published author studying business at Clark Atlanta University and founder of the Mhorgan Stephens Foundation. Mhorgan has lived with Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic... more

Cheryl Albright, owner of a yoga facility in Sarasota, Fl., works to help people understand the benefits of yoga in maximizing their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. Today we talk with her about how Soul to Soul Yoga is... more

Venessa Abram, an Atlanta author and certified speaker and instructor for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and a junior board member for AFSP, is all too familiar with the trauma, pain and stigma surrounding mental... more

In recognition of Women's History Month, Nella-Joi Nation speaks to one of the first officers of the National Association of Black Military Women (NABMW). The NABMW are women of color who are veterans or current members of the... more

In 2016, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children estimated that 1 in 6 endangered runaways reported to them were likely sex trafficking victims. Globally, the International Labor Organization estimates that there are 4.5... more

In recognition of National Disabilities Awareness Month, Nella-Joi Nation will be sharing stories about people, programs and services designed to help families of children and adults with disabilities. On today's show, we will speak with Wanda... more

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