On this episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series we continue our discussion about sex. We invited Mo aka #moknows from the Tea Time: Black Women Talk Podcast to join our conversation. Are people really having as much sex as advertised? Why aren't people having good sex? Why is clear and healthy sexual communication rare? Why is sexual education still considered taboo? How do our ideas of sexuality and our sexual practices impact our community? What are your ideas about sex and sexuality? Tune in to hear what we have to say!!
During this Episode of The FTPS Joseph Ward (our resident Sexual Education and STD expert) educated us on the current HIV situation and alerts us to alarming potential trends in our community regarding our sexual activity. This is a social discussion that is vitally important and that needs to be had A LOT more often.
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Constant 911 Calls on Our People, The Coming Economic Crash, and Should Black America Celebrate the 4th of July?
Why are white people continuously calling the police on black people? Why do they continue to disturb our peace with their nonsense? Are you prepared for an economic crisis? If the economy collapsed how will your finances be impacted? Should black people celebrate the 4th of July even though black people were enslaved in 1776? These are the topics we discuss in this episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series. Tune in!!!!
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Kalauna is putting a new “Kolorful” twist on the nail polish industry all while empowering women at the same time!
Founded by Kalauna Carter a native of Portland, Oregon, she was inspired by the lack of representation of women of color in the beauty industry, “We see the products and we see the models, but how many of them are truly wearing products made BY women of color? Not many.
With a love for nail polish after looking at her own personal collection she thought to herself, “I could save so much money if I learned how to make this for myself.” As she started doing her research she came across the chemical components and saw how dangerous some of them were, EVEN when used in small doses on just our hands and feet. She said to herself “if I can figure this out without all THESE chemicals I could be on to something”. With the advice of a cousin, Teresa Scott, she went to work and that’s when KolorsbyK was born.
Ms. Carter decided to take an unorthodox approached when starting her company. With a degree in Environmental Science and Chemistry from attending Tuskegee University, she created an environmentally friendly and 10-free nail polish company; meaning there is no chemical composition of Camphor, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resins, and Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), xylene, ethyl tosylamide, parabens, phthalates and fragrances. All of which are found in majority of nail polishes sold in stores. They are also non-environmentally friendly and often linked to cancers found in women ranging from cervical, breast and ovarian. Her company, KolorsbyK is also FDA approved, VEGAN as well as cruelty free.
The first ever of its kind sold by a woman of color.
She saw a space that needed to be filled and filled it.”
With her polishes being vegan and animal cruelty free KolorsbyK was able to gain international recognition by retaining international certification from The Leaping Bunny Program. Leaping bunny is the only internationally-recognized certification program for cosmetics, personal care and household product brands which are not tested on animals. They audit companies’ entire supply-chain monitoring system to check companies are following guidelines and are meeting Leaping Bunny’s strict criteria.
Ms. Carter gets asked this all the time about how she came to start her business, and did she have a plan, she states when she started she had no initial fears and had what she thought was a clear plan, but God quickly showed her his. Over the course of almost two years she has learned that God’s plan is truly the right plan and although like most she mentions she struggles with patience, she is never disappointed when he “shows” up.
She states “God placed entrepreneurship on my heart, although when I started my business I had no idea what entrepreneurship was. Her main goal was to make difference and make
impact, but it’s turned into so much more and she can only Thank God for that. She has been able to fulfill her passion of contributing to society taking something as simple, yet complex as Nail Polish and putting her very own “Kolorful” twist on it. She is a firm believer that when God creates us, the desires he puts on our hearts were put there by Him to fulfill our purposes for him and her purpose is within KolorsbyK aiding in all women’s health by providing them with healthier nail polish alternatives. In the Tallahassee community Ms. Carter, has participated in several local events just to name a few Working-Class Wednesday, The Annual Prima Donna Hair Show, Girls2Divas Brunch and The Annual Girlz Gone Pink. She has also puts on workshops where she shares her story of how she created her company, how women inspired her and most importantly educates the young girls and women on the importance of using safe nail products on both their hands and feet.
She aspires to be a role model for other African American women, EVERYWHERE and will not stop until they have all worn KolorsbyK. In the future, KolorsbyK will expand from nail polish to cosmetics, but until then her job will remain unfinished. She encourages all women to go after their passions and stay consistent. God wouldn’t have placed it there If it wasn’t supposed to be.
Fun story, starting KolorsbyK allowed for some amazing opportunities one being able to share her business and polishes with The (44th) FLOTUS Mrs. Michelle Obama and her two daughters Malia and Sasha. It was quite the experience from sending them directly to her and communicating with her and her assistant. Kalauna had the opportunity to meet Mrs. Obama when she served as her classes Senior Class President of Tuskegee University for the Class of 2015. Mrs. Obama delivered the classes commencement speech that spring.
The Ladies of the Dora Milaje from the new Black Panther movie have also been supportive of KolorsbyK. She is thankful her polish has been able to reach them and that they too support KolorsbyK.
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This week, with Fatherhood here, we talked about the value of fatherhood in the Black Community. We asked 2 simple questions, do we value fatherhood and what can we do to make fatherhood a bigger part of our discussion. Tune in to hear what we had to say on the subject and in the comments below share your thoughts.
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Tracy is a nationally and internationally known and sought after expert trainer for law enforcement courses and quasi-military behavior style modification programs. He has worked and train law enforcement officers in both Abu Dhabi and Dubai United Arab Emirates.
He is a United States Army Retired Veteran, First Sergeant who served with distinction in the United States Army Military Police Corp Regiment.
Upon retiring, he became the First Commandant for the Florida Youth Challenge Academy, an at-risk para-military high school in the State of Florida located on Camp Blanding in Starke, Florida serving troubled youth ages 16-18 for both males and females. Under his leadership and guidance, The Florida Youth Challenge Academy was voted the “Best Challenge in the Nation” in 2005. He's co-founded numerous grassroots mentoring program for youth at-risk youth through out the state.
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This week the Freedom Train Podcast Series goes into another Social Discussion. Are we living in a police state within the Black Community and what is social engineering and how does it impact us? These are the 2 major topics discussed on the show today after host Joseph Ward and Patrick Irvine finish their usual intro of clowning around. Check it out and leave a comment about what you think, are we living in a police state?
On this episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick were joined by guest Dominique and KG. Both Dominique and KG will be hosting the upcoming podcast Wine After 9ine. We discussed Stacey Abrams and her historic victory of winning the Georgia Democratic primary for governor, Dominique and KG explained to use what their experiences are as black women in America, the ladies talked about the joys of being a black women, and we discussed how black women are the best allies but it's not their job to save America. The ladies and gentlemen had a healthy discussion with lots to think about when it comes to the empowerment of black women. Tune in!!!
Ayla Madison the CEO of Pow3r Productions LLC a Marine Corp Veteran, a devoted Mother and community activist, who believes that the empowerment of one another can create an ecological welfare for the generation.
POW3R Productions is a team of hardworking professionals who are dedicated to bridging the gap between local brands, small businesses & the community in which they serve. Founded in 2015, we specialize in brand development, business & event management, event coordination, marketing, social media campaigning plus more with over 13+ years of combined experience in the business and service industries.
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Chef Shacafrica Simmons aka Chef Shac, is the mother of three beautiful children who are currently attending college in Tallahassee, Florida. She is on assignment in the earth as the owner and creative innovator of Chef Shac LLC which is the parent company for Empowered by Food, The North Florida Culinary Incubator, Chef Shac Catering, Life Chef, and The Sensory Experience. While she holds two degrees in, Culinary Arts and in Pastry and Confectionery, from The Culinard, The Culinary Institute of Virginia College in Birmingham, Alabama, she has been cooking since she was five years old. In fact, the first thing she ever learned to make was a fried egg, her grandfather taught her so she could cook for him while her grandmother was at work. That moment began her love affair with the art of cooking and she’s been cooking now for 38 years and professionally for 18 years. Her professional life as a Chef has afforded her opportunities such as being the former executive chef of Florida A&M University as well as cooking for dignitaries and the like.
Most recently Chef Shac had the opportunity to compete on the Food Network hit show “Chopped” in 2017, season 34 episode 13. She wowed the judges and her competition and came out victorious as the Food Network Chopped Champion. That win allowed the world to see what Tallahassee’s best kept secret was all about. Since then she has been featured in the Tallahassee Woman Magazine, Tallahassee Democrat, Influence Magazine 2017, and the Delray Beach News. She has also been awarded the Keys to the City of Tallahassee and received a Leon County Commission Proclamation. Now she is traveling, writing, and appearing, using every opportunity she can to share her passion for food, nutrition and information with all that will listen. She is now able to share that love in homes across the country through her Get Shac’d Beverage and Product Line as well as her Chef Shac Jr Coloring and Cookbook for kids. Make no mistake, her greatest joy still comes when she gets to watch her family, friends and neighbors enjoy and experience food she has prepared with love. That love, which was instilled in her by the matriarchs of her family is the love that continues to shape and drive her passion to see her community truly empowered through food.
Chef Shac truly believes that health and wealth are intricately woven in the food choices we make. Therefore, she is an advocate concerning food, its history, its benefits, food desserts and the plight of the local farmer. Her desire is to teach people to take ownership of their relationship with food to positively impact their health, wealth, and overall wellbeing. Through access, information, demonstration, and education, Chef Shac is empowering communities one delicious morsel at a time! Her motto in food and life is to always “Keep it flavorful!”
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On this episode of The Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick have a candid conversation about why we are celebrating black women, and the importance of celebrating black women. For the month of May the Freedom Train Network will be honoring black women. From May 1st to May 31st a different black woman will be celebrated every day. They have also dedicated each show in the month of May to the celebration of black women. The gentlemen discussed the role black men has played and is currently playing in the degradation and empowerment of black women. Historically black women were viewed as powerful, yet, graceful beings who were second to none. After Africa and African people were ravished by Europe, Asia and other groups of invaders, kidnapped, enslaved and socially engineered, we are fighting to reclaim our spirit, history and culture. Patrick and Joseph hope that this conversation, and the interviews to follow in the upcoming weeks will spark more celebrations of black women and black culture. They also hope that the black community can create new cultural norms that empower our women on a regular basis. Tune in!!
On this episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick talk about the lingering effects of the Fukushima nuclear waste spill in the Pacific Ocean. Bill Cosby was given a prison sentence with a minimum of 10 years, Russell Simmons' $5 Million dollar rape lawsuit was dismissed, and black people are getting arrested at white establishments for being black. The men give their opinions about the topics and how they help or hurt our black community. Are we really aware of what is happening around us, or are we sleep walking through these perilous times? Check out the podcast!!
The joy experienced at the discovery of a new goal is one of the most profound feelings any human
can imagine. It creates a longing so powerful that it literally drives us headlong in pursuit, along a
terrain filled with steep hills, deep pits, skeptical directions, and a cast of characters. The lessons
we learn in such pursuits become our wisdom and encouragement; the telling of the journey
becomes our heritage and legacy. So, says technology consultant and author, Perry Busby when
summing up a thirty-five-year career that began when a friend’s father bought his son a computer
and then gave it to Perry when he realized he had developed a proficiency for programming.
While pursuing a Computer Science degree at Prairie View A&M University, he started his first
business, Pyramid Programmers, where he developed educational software for elementary
classrooms. The business prospered for two years, but he shuttered the doors after graduating and
getting hired as a programmer for a Fortune 100 technology company.
After working for two major technology companies, a NASA contractor and an energy &
petroleum software company, Perry established Intellect Technology, a technical services
consulting firm in 1997. With a client list that included the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, the
Houston Technology Center, and a host of federal, state and city political campaigns, Intellect
Technology flourished in spite of the technology bubble burst in the early 2000's.
Turning his attention from writing code to writing stories, Perry released his debut novel, The Hacks of Life in October 2017. The story is about a young man attempting to step from under the shadow of his father and his successful private detective business. He soon discovers the company he’s working for is about to introduce the first Internet web browser, while also attempting to cover up their unfair hiring practices, and his hiring is a part of their deceptive plan.
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Melanie Bonita is a #1 Amazon Best Selling author of six books, award-winning international inspirational speaker, marketing coach, and United States Army veteran. She's on a mission to help people get more determined, dedicated and driven to achieve their dreams and destiny. Her "Daily Dose Series" show others how to maximize their life and achieve their dreams by using daily strategies to get there. She has spoken on the same stage with industry greats such as Les Brown, Willie Jolley and George Fraser, just to name a few. She has also helped over 150 authors become Amazon Best Selling Authors.
Melanie Bonita has been featured in the news, magazines and on television internationally to include Newsweek Magazine, Fox, CBS, NBC and Yahoo News just to name a few. She has also been featured on over 150 radio shows. ~ She was the featured cover story on the May/June 2012 Edition of Kingdom Voices Magazine ~ She was the featured cover story on the August 2011 Edition of Promoting Purpose Magazine ~ She was the featured as one of Real Sisters Rising’s Top 40 Women Motivators on Social Media ~ Received the Women Entrepreneurs Partnering for Profit (WEPP) 2012 “Walk the Talk Woman” Award ~ Received the Entrepreneurs Professionals (EPNET) 2012 Legacy in Inspiration Award ~ Received the Empowered Women of the Year 2014 Entrepreneurial Success Award ~ She was the featured as The Umbrella Syndicate Top 100 Leaders in February and March 2015
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Dr. Dana Dennard aka Baba Kheper Ka Ra KaMau is a clinical psychologist licensed in the State of Florida with special expertise in providing psychotherapies for children adolescents and adults, hypnotherapies, forensic psychology and evaluation services, expert testimony, family intervention, substance abuse therapies, community psychology, and socio-cultural based interventions. Additionally, he is a yoga instructor initiated into a kundalini lineage, a spiritual advisor and reader, life skills coach, musician, and film-maker. Consultation fees are based on the nature of expertise requested and will be determined upon an agreement for services. After the agreement has been reached, fees can be paid in person or online at this site. He is also co-owner of Nefetari's Fine Cuisine & Spirits an upscale restaurant for vegans, vegetarians and meat eaters.
Dr. Dennard can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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On this episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series we examine our youth and their ignorance of African/black history. Our youth have come to believe that our ancestors never challenged colonizers; which is far from the truth. The continent of Africa has produced some of the greatest people to walk the earth, the same can be said for all other continents if we are addressing the African diaspora. African people have set standards, inspired the world, faced the worst atrocities the world has seen, and we are still standing, a testament to our greatness. We have failed to teach our youth about who they are and the contributions our ancestors have made. Our youth believe Tune in to hear our thoughts and solutions.
I’m Jasmine Jackson but in the art world I’m Jasmine Paints. I’m a 26 year old full time visual artist/ creative located in Central Florida. I’m just a girl trying to make it in this world of art. I never thought I’d be a painter but I always knew I enjoyed creating. As a kid I watched a lot of shows like While You Were Out, and Trading Spaces, so I was always into interior decoration. My parents used to let me paint on my bedroom walls but I didn’t pick a canvas up until 2014. Now I paint on a little bit of everything.
In 2014 I moved into my first apartment and I really wanted to decorate but I didn’t want to spend hours shopping for home décor. I also wanted my apartment to be more personalized. I wanted friends to come and KNOW they were in MY apartment. I decided to fill my walls up with my own art and when I had friends over they would all be in awe of my work. They would all tell me “Jas, you should sell some of these! People would definitely buy your art!” At first I was hesitant and pushed the idea aside but I eventually started to sell them in 2015.
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Morgan Roof, Mail Bombings, Male Escort Exposes the Vatican, Marielle Franco is Assassinated, and The Rickey Show Is Canceled
This episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series host Joseph Ward and Patrick Irvine was joined by Tammie from the Tea Time Black Women Talk podcast. The three discussed Morgan Roof the sister of Dylan Roof because she brought drugs and weapons to a school walk-out, the multiple mail box bombings targeting black and brown people in Austin, Texas, The Rickey Smiley Show was canceled because of a joke gone wrong, a male escort exposes the down low lifestyles of priest in the Vatican, and black Brazilian activist Marielle Franco was assassinated last week because she stood up for the poor. Tune in to join our conversation.
My name is Ericka Cromartie, I am the head Girls’ Basketball Coach at FAMU DRS. My job is geared to teach the young ladies at FAMU DRS, basketball skills, life skills, and to give them exposure to the game of basketball.
I am a former baby rattler, and I have the opportunity to teach Physical Education and coach high school girls’ basketball at my alma mater. I graduated from FAMU DRS in 2001, and after graduation I attended Miles College in Birmingham, Alabama where I played basketball for four years. Upon graduating from Miles College, I returned to the state of Florida to attend The Florida State University where I received a Master’s Degree in Physical Education. I also received a Master’s Degree in Sport Management at the Florida Agriculture and Mechanical University. Furthermore, I began teaching and coaching basketball in 2008, while I was working at Crossroad Academy Charter School in Quincy Florida.
In 2014-15, I began coaching basketball at FAMU DRS, where my team won the 2A State Championship. At this time, I was voted “2A Coach of the Year.” By 2015-16, my team won back to back State Championships, and I was voted “2A Coach of the Year” again. Finally, I truly thank GOD for giving me the opportunity and the will to teach and coach students to become the best they can possibly be. In 2017 Ericka Cromartie led her team back to the state championship for the third time, becoming the first team of any sport in Tallahassee, FL to win three championships in a row. Coach Cromartie was also named the 3A Women's Basketball Coach of the Year; this makes her third coach of the year award in a row.
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A CDC Doctor Is Missing, The Gun Control Debate, The Dow Jones v. Trumps Tarrifs, and Should We Really Vote Oprah for President?
This week on the Freedom Train Podcast Series we take a look into the case of the missing CDC doctor in Atlanta, GA, and the accuracy of the information surrounding the case. Weeks after the latest school shooting in Florida there were two gun incidents on school grounds in Florida and Georgia; will sound gun control laws ever be made, and what is causing these men to conduct these mass shootings? We discuss the recent plummeting of the Dow Jones due to the tariffs Donald Trump has places on the steel and aluminum industries. Our final topic was about Oprah Winfrey and would she be the president America needs, and the president black America has been waiting for? Tune in to hear what we think!!!
This weeks episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series we discussed the latest school shooting in Florida by Nicholas Cruz. The teen killed at least 17 people and injured many more; he was deemed as mentally unstable. This is the latest white male to kill people in mass ans be deemed mentally unstable. We also discussed the youth of Florida marching to the capital building in Tallahassee, FL to voice their concerns about the gun laws. The children are wanting change and the adults are not willing to change; what a sad state of affairs. We also discussed what black history means to us and if it is still relevant to black America. Tune in!!!
This episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Joseph, JayAzonic and Patrick give their thoughts on the Black Panther movie, Joseph and JayAzonic give their reviews of the movie, and we have a candid conversation about the significance of the movie to black America. The movie is a good movie that the whole family should watch; support the black actors and directors. We did discuss the impact of the movie on black people, how to capitalize off of the momentum of the movie, and is this movie truly going to spark true black pride which can lead to a better existence? Tune in to hear a great conversation.
Rashida A. Marshall grew up in South Florida in a Caribbean household as the oldest of three. She attended Florida State University and graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Exercise Science. After graduating, she decided to tap into her love for fitness and wellness more and began to attain certifications as personal trainer, group exercise instructor, and nutrition coach.
Rashida is the owner of Skillfully Sculpted, through which she provides fitness and nutritional coaching for women looking to become shaped into their best selves. She is also the founder and editor-in-chief of AFIYA Magazine, a bi-monthly health and wellness publication focused on holistic well-being. Serving as an extension of Skillfully Sculpted Health & Fitness, the mission of AFIYA Magazine is to enhance the awareness and knowledge of health and wellness issues important to African American women while providing a platform for us to grow, expand, and develop within our personal and professional lives. Rashida A. Marshall has also been competing in bodybuilding competitions for 4 years and received the title of WNBF Figure Professional in July of 2015.
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Adigun Kazemde Ajamu is a visionary and community activist. As an avid reader of Afrikan and Black culture, he knew that he wanted to promote Black positive messaging with a purpose. This love for our people and thirst for knowledge led to the founding of the Black Dot Cultural Center and Bookstore. However, his journey did not begin here.
As a young man growing up on the streets of North Jersey, Kazemde knew that he wanted to make a difference. During that time, he wasn’t certain of how he could attain this goal because he thought making a difference required something he didn’t have – a lot of money.
Over the course of twenty years, Kazemde worked various jobs. His diverse background includes sales and marketing in the mortgage banking industry and the automotive industry. During this time, he spent a great deal of time searching within himself. Beginning in 1989, Kazemde’s increasing knowledge of Afrikan history and his interest in social and political issues sparked the transformation into the foundation of his purpose. As a result, he finally discovered a way to bring positive Black messaging in everything he does.
After becoming more in tune with his Afrikan roots, he decided to consult with one of the elders. In the Afrikan tradition, babies are not named before or even immediately after birth. The parents consult with the elders in the village and based on the child’s personality and what they wish for him, the name is given. There is a naming ceremony and their destiny is set. Armed with this information, he decided to change his name. He reached out to Baba Mwalimu Baruti in 2012 to inquire whether under these circumstances it would be appropriate to name himself or if he should be given a name by an elder. Baba Baruti advised that either would be appropriate, but Kazemde decided to request that Baba Baruti give him the honor of bestowing upon him his new name.
In April 2014, he asked Baba Baruti for his name. In July of the same year, his name was bestowed upon him. Adigun means righteous. Kazemde means ambassador. Ajamu means fights for what he wants. In November 2014, Baba Mwalimu Baruti performed the naming ceremony for Adigun Kazemde Ajamu. To know him is to understand how fitting this name is for such an humble leader.
In 2013, Kazemde Ajamu charted new territory within the Afrikan consciousness community. He partnered with producer Ronnie Burnett, Sr. to begin his own internet radio show called The Urban Politician Show. The show’s focus was on politics and history. In 2014, Ajamu added author to his resume with the publication of “Think Black: The Manifesto.” Ajamu, Inc. was born in September 2014 and AjamuDesigns’ introduced its line of legacy t-shirt designs. The “Think Black…It’s Okay” shirts, hats and hoodies hit the streets of Atlanta in October 2014 and thousands have since been shipped across the nation.
Even with all of these accomplishments, Ajamu wanted to do more still. He had a vision of bringing his people together and helping them learn more about themselves to promote power within our communities. This desire birthed the concept of the Black Dot brand. The Black Dot is an ancient Afrikan symbol for Blackness – the seed and archetype of all humanity. It is the hidden doorway to the collective unconscious, ancestral memory bank for all who enter.
Kazemde wants to help his customers in the process of “moving from the unconscious state to the conscious knowing.” The Black Dot Cultural Center and Bookstore is a community gathering place where you can come in, sit back with a cup of Afrikan coffee or tea and read a book, purchase diaspora-inspired pieces and attend events to enhance your being. Our people are becoming more and more unapologetically Black and this is a safe haven for expression and food for the journey. This sacred space is here to offer literature to touch your spirit while addressing our history, spirituality and psychological behavior towards one another.
The Black Dot Cultural Center and Bookstore is not simply the expansion of a brand, but an extension of Adigun Kazemde Ajamu. A devoted husband, father and grandfather, Kazemde resides in Lithonia, Georgia. Affectionately known as Baba Kaz, he now makes public appearances and speaks to young people about the importance of education, respect for their elders and making a difference within the Black community. He spends his travels supporting Black businesses while spreading the Think Black message because, after all, It’s Okay.
Trishay “Yata” Burton is C.E.O. Of Nurturology, LLC along with her husband, Brent Burton, JR.
Nurturology provides skin care products, scalp care products/services. www.Nurturology.net
Trishay also created an organized group under Nurturology, called Melanin Mothers Meet, in Tallahassee, FL. Melanin Mothers Meet, or M3, has hosted a plethora of events, workshops, conference calls and fitness classes that all cater to rebuilding and healing our Melanin Mothers so that we can rebuild our Family.
What is Melanin Mothers Meet? (M3)
Melanin Mothers Meet is a service provided by Nurturology, LLC for melanated Mothers in the Tallahassee Community. With a plethora of resources for women and babies, we are here to give Melanin Mothers back their power of being emotionally sound, informed of options pertaining to prenatal care, pregnancy, birthing, postpartum, and overall mothering our Melanin Babies.
Increase awareness amongst Melanin Mothers in the community pertaining to health, education, business/finance & spiritual wellness.
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