Thursday April 25, 2019, 6:35 - 7:45PM EDT
This week you have an opportunity to hear from special guest, Ms. Deborah Dowe - humanitarian, agricultural and self-sustaining lifestyle expert, civil rights advocate, and researcher. In light of this being Earth Week and Month, Ms. Dowe will discuss the state of our environment ecologically and socially, and the negative/positive influences to our well being. Ms. Dowe is an advocate for human rights and outspoken about those who are disenfranchised. Ms. Dowe will discuss being aware of environmental/societal issues, especially affecting African Americans, and what can be done about them. She will provide valuable insight for you and your loved ones to utilize. Join in on this no-holds-barred discussion with a remarkable mind who cares about the well being of all and the choices ahead. A great way to end Earth Month! Tune in for this educational experience. This will be especially helpful for students.
Be sure to catch this insightful discourse, and join in!