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Chapter 42 VIP Edition feat. Int'l Photojournalist & Speaker Monica Morgan

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In this special birthday VIP Edition of The Thinking Out Loud Radio Show, we are celebrating Chapter 42 with a major celebrity guest, the incomparable International Photojournalist & Motivational Speaker Monica Morgan. This is definitely a special interview as she has photographed some of the most influential figures on the planet, from Pres. Barack Obama to Michael Jackson from Nelson Mandela to Prince her list of celebrity photo shoots is extensive and we are happy to have her on the show with us to celebrate our birthday. We will be talking about everything from her most memorable photos to what she is doing now in the field of motivational speaking. We are going to be talking to Monica PLUS a whole lot more on the Birthday Edition Of The Thinking Out Loud Radio Show.

In addition, we will be talking more about the tragic shooting of Stephon Clark and his funeral and is there a proper way for a family to grieve. We'll also be talking about Dr. Michael Eric Dyson's recent Op-ed in the New York Times over the weekend entitled, "We Forgot What Dr. King Believed In." As we approach the 50th anniversary of the death of Dr. King, there will be many memorials going on across the country and around the world. This is a powerful piece that discusses the social gospel that Dr. King preached adjacent to his traditional Christian message that most pastors and preachers share every Sunday across the pulpit. But, is this social gospel the message that more pastors and ministers should be preaching, which in some respects adds more relevance to the role of the church in this post-modern era, or should we just stick to preaching the traditional Christian message and leave politics, society and popular culture alone? This is going to be another dynamic and power-packed show that you don't want to miss. 

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