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.
This week on the Freedom Train Podcast Series we gave our opinions about Monique vs Netflix, The 2018 government shutdown, the emergence of sex dolls and sex robots for men and women, and our last topic was the prevalence of male loneliness and how it affects our health. Netflix offered Monique a low amount of money to star in a Netflix special, she took to social media to tell the world about the issue. She ten called for black America to boycott Netflix because she feels that the company has a racial and gender bias. The U.S. Government has shutdown once again and we talk about how it impacts black America. For some reason sex dolls a becoming very popular now. Women have used sex toys for a while, are men wrong for buying sex dolls? Men are not known for being as engaged in maintaining their health as they should be, the bad part about men and their health is they also neglect their mental and emotional health. Male loneliness is a problem that is also ignored and is becoming an issue within our communities. Tune in to hear our thoughts.
This week on the Freedom Train Podcast Series we gave our opinions on Ginuwine being labeled transphobic, the effects of the speech Oprah Winfrey gave at the Golden Globes, and the fallout of the H&M ad controversy after the mother spoke out. We also gave more of our opinion about the situation between Dr. Umar Johnson, Tariq Nasheed and Boyce Watkins. Tune in!!!!
SwagHer Mgazine is an empowerment and lifestyle publication for the Black community, both online and in print. We promote self love, entrepreneurship/small business, healthy lifestyles, progressive politics, and urban news. Founded in 2010 in Baton Rouge, LA, the magazine was originally created for women of color. The magazine relocated to Atlanta, GA in 2014 and during that time also began to include content for men, but returned to Baton Rouge in 2016. The outlet has featured community leaders and celebs like David Banner, Kandi Burruss, Dr. Algeania Warren-Freeman, Jay Morrison, Tami Roman, and others.
Francheska “Fancy” Felder is a renewed woman on a mission to inspire and motivate other women to live up to their full potential and love themselves. After many personal disappointments and failures, Fancy realized that we are only given one life and it is what you make it, so she began a journey in search of inner peace four years ago, and learned to love herself.
Fancy is the owner of Fancy’s Thoughts, LLC which publishes SwagHer Magazine, an online and print empowerment and lifestyle publication now for the NEW Black community. Initially the magazine was solely for women of color, but they began rebranding and including male content due to many recent events effecting the Black community. Through her years of interviewing powerful women and searching for the ingredients to success, this womanpreneur learned that true success is when one is strong enough to practice self love and forgiveness, able to embrace their inner goddess, and willing to be guided by a spirit of discernment.
Her passion for all things creative combined with her love for writing guided her to start She So Media, her public relations, branding, and media boutique but then began to operate it under SwagHer Magazine. Fancy is now in the process of structuring a non-profit for Black millennial women with a mission to change their mindset and grow professionally, mentally, and spiritually, while also mentoring young girls.
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Happy New Year from the Freedom Train Podcast Series. This episode was our 2017 year in review. We took a look back at the interviews and social discussion shows he put together in 2017. It was a great year. We met new people, learned many new things, and witnessed the growth of our podcast and the Freedom Train Network. We interviewed authors, film makers, brain injury advocates, entrepreneurs, inventors, championship basketball coaches, artist, writers, comic book creators, and many more. We also featured our very first mental health awareness month, which was the month of August. Black America has a wealth of talent and we had the pleasure of interviewing a number of our best. I hope you enjoyed your year and roll into the new year on a winning note. Enjoy the podcast!!!
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