Anytime there is a fight with someone, you must be willing to sacrifice some form of you to get the message out, make your words known, and to say, enough is enough, but fewer times than many, this has taken place in the black community for us to blossom as a people. Why not? Do we not feel we are worth the fight? Are our children's future not as Important as any other cultures? Do we hate ourselves that much, and passing on that self hate to our offspring? It must stop... we must change the ending to these stories and rewrite our history.
Today's podcast episode utilized the resources of the Freedom Trains Podcast, Lessons from the Screen. Please click on the link below to get further clarification on Hong Kong / Taiwain's battle with China.
Born on March 17, 1982, Shelby Davis shares her life with her husband Darian and three wonderful children, Jada, Erika, and Cason. Shelby is a huge advocate for the senior and youth community and continues that as a Chef for an assisted living facility where she not only prepares culinary skills, she provides social activity for their lives through the food, and Link Up, a community-based program she started with her husband. Tune in to learn more about Shelby, the bistro, and the world through her eyes.
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