Nicole Everett, a native of Miami, Florida, is an alumnus of the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University with undergraduate degrees in both Business Administration and Business Economics. She has served in the affordable housing arena for almost 20 years and volunteers with several community organizations and initiatives located in the Big Bend area. Nicole believes in the support of local businesses and artist and is working towards becoming a major community philanthropist.
On March 2, 2016, Conversations with Nicole (CWN) was launched by Nicole with the help of her friend and CWN producer, Gerald Tookes, at Nefetari’s Fine Cuisine & Spirits in Tallahassee, Florida. The weekly video blog show featured a variety of guests such as authors, an attorney, activists, current and former elected officials, a newspaper editor, a fitness trainer, a visual artist, and a real estate agent, sharing information about initiatives and projects important to them as well as giving a bit of personal history about themselves. CWN Season 1 ran from March 2 to August 10, 2016 and contains 24 episodes.
On October 13, 2016, CWN Season 2 broadcast for 10 weeks on Tallahassee’s local FOX television affiliate, WTLH. The expansion to television allowed for an expansion in the shows programming. Season 2 features a main segment and 3 mini-segments covering education, entertainment and health. All of the episodes from both seasons may be found on CWN’s Facebook page and YouTube channel.
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It seems as if black America has a unhealthy relationship with its leaders. We often allow our emotions to cancel out our critical thinking and become an accomplice in our own demise. Charisma, poise, good looks and the ability to capture the minds of your people does not make you immune from being held accountable. The black community seems to allow certain members to escape responsibility when an emotional attachment is present. Will we truly become as powerful as we can be is we refuse to live in truth? Tune in to see what we have to say.
Barbara Joe Williams is a bestselling author, copy editor, proofreader, publisher, and publishing consultant living in Tallahassee, Florida. She is also a Navy veteran, a graduate of Tallahassee Community College, and Florida A & M University. Barbara is also the founder of Amani Publishing, LLC (2004), and the co-founder of the Tallahassee Authors Network (TAN) since September 2008. Recently, she signed on as the Editor-in-Chief of Book Cover Magazine.
She has published books for over forty other authors and the following twenty-two for herself: Holiday Hotel 3: An anniversary story (2015), Love Never Felt So Good! (2015), A-Z Basic Editing Tips (2015), A-Z Writing Tips (2015), Holiday Hotel 2: A Valentine’s Day Story (2015), A-Z Marketing Tips (2015), A Cup of Barbara Joe (2015), Holiday Hotel: A sexy short story (2014), Forgive Us This Day (Anniversary Edition, 2014), First Class Love (2014); You Don’t Even Know My Name (2014); A Writer’s Guide to Publishing & Marketing (Volume 2, 2013); Double Proposal (2013); Losing My Soul (2013); The 21 Lives of Lisette Donavan (Anthology, 2012), A Man of My Own (2012), A Writer’s Guide to Publishing & Marketing (2010), Moving the Furniture: 52 Ways to Keep Your Marriage Fresh (2009), Courtney’s Collage (with Sherille Fisher, 2007), How I Met My Sweetheart (Anthology, 2007), Falling for Lies (2006), Dancing with Temptation (2005) and Forgive Us This Day (2004).
Her novel, Forgive Us This Day (Anniversary Edition), was reviewed in USA Today by Michelle Monkou. It was a recommended “must-read” romance story.
Barbara was also featured in the January/February 2016 edition of Tallahassee Magazine as one of the Top 5 graduates of Tallahassee Community College.
All of her books are available on Kindle and Nook.
It is no secret that the laws in America are enforced differently for certian groups of Americans. We live in a society where people are either punished or rewarded differently depending on their gender, race or social status. Some people have the resources and influences to break the law and escape punishment. We have a glaring double standard when it comes to the prevention of violence in this country. Some are protected by the law, some are punished to the fullest extent. When it comes to the prevention of violence, if double standards exist will we truly stop the violence? Is it safe to have double standards when it comes to the prevention of violence? Do double standards really exist? Find out the answers to these questions and more by tuning in.
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This episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series we discussed the constant conflict and confrontations between the "leaders" and educators of the black conscious community. Our focus was holding these leaders accountable for their words and actions, while not losing site of our ultimate goal, black liberation. It seems as if ego's and personal agendas have caused some of our leaders to loose site of our end goal. The problem with the strife and conflict is we are fighting ourselves while white supremacy is still warring against us. How do we fix our situation? Tune in to hear what we have to say about what's going on and more.
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