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Guest Starring Christopher Cathcart

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Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ!  About Christopher Cathcart: Christopher Darren Cathcart is a published author; public relations, marketing and brand development expert; and a noted social entrepreneur. In 1995, Cathcart founded OneDiaspora Group, a Los Angeles and Washington, DC-based communications consulting firm whose clients have included Jaguar Cars, Hidden Beach Recordings, UniWorld Group, Inc., Heart & Soul magazine, among others. His first book, The Lost Art of Giving Back, a how-to guide to volunteerism, was published in 2007. His second book: HBCU Experience, The Book was published in 2014. A graduate of Howard University, Cathcart has more than 27 years of public relations experience in the entertainment, corporate, and political fields. Before starting OneDiaspora Group, the Plainfield, NJ, native was an executive at some of the world’s leading entertainment and media companies.  Beyond the world of communications, Cathcart is also highly respected in the advocacy and service communities. He works tirelessly in promoting HIV/AIDS awareness and education, as well as mentorships for at-risk youth. In 2004, Cathcart launched Ledge magazine, the nation’s first and only HIV/AIDS awareness publication written by and for Black college students. And for more than a decade, Cathcart has served as a mentor with Big Brothers of Greater Los Angeles.  Cathcart is also a PR and marketing instructor at a leading film school in Los Angeles and has conducted marketing/branding workshops. Visit Chris at www.blackcollegebook.com

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