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Taboo Talk 300th Episode: Herman Baron III shares Love and Family Wisdom

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Taboo Talk Radio Show featuring Lady Charmaine Day Guest speaker: Herman Baron III Herman Baron III was born in Brooklyn, New York. After graduating from high school, he attended Borough Manhattan Community College where he studied cor- porate cable communications before join- ing the United States Marine Corps Reserve. After leaving the USMCR Herman’s life took a completely different direction, which ultimately ended with him serving over fourteen years in prison. While incarcerated, Herman worked rigorously to personally rehabilitate him- self and make sure that he would never travel down this road of self-destruction again. He distinguished himself during his in- carceration because of his selflessness and his willingness to help those around him change their thinking and therefore change the trajectory of their lives. As the artist Michelangelo said, “The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short, but in setting our aim too low and achieving our mark.” While on the inside, Herman taught a plethora of classes geared at giving the in- mates the life skills needed to succeed outside the prison walls, as well as offering peer to peer mentoring in prison and after release. Herman became a painter, poet, pub- lished author, a recipient of an image award from The York College (CUNY) Male Ini- tiative Program, a motivational speaker and became the president of Inside Out, a Toastmasters International Club. He received his Toastmasters Competent Communica- tor, Competent Leader and Advanced Communicator Bronze Certificates. Herman’s firstbook of poetry, Conversations with My Soul, has been approved for sale in the New York City Public School System. His second book, Who Said My Voice Can’t Be Heard? Is in the works. For more information on Herman: