I'm Jacquelyn Calloway, The Credit Doctor, and I'm passionate about teaching others how to live financially FREE. I give you a prescription for OVERALL financial wellness...pieces to the puzzle if you will. I love credit all things credit.. and yes that is one piece to the puzzle...but there are others as well. My number one goal is to provide you with enough education to assure that you not only succeed financially, but that you MAINTAIN that status and do not go back to your old ways of managing money and credit. Tired of being denied because of a bad credit score? I can help. Got paid on Friday and broke on Monday? I can help. Need help creating a budget? I can help. Tired of paying rent when you can be owning your own home? I can help. Want to get out of debt? I can help that too.
Lindsay Thompson is a REALTOR® Consultant specializing in residential Real Estate in greater Tallahassee and surrounding areas. Although she enjoyed a decade in the field of customer service and Public Relations she felt drawn to real estate for all of her adult life. She began her career in real estate as an associate with Keller Williams Realty, because of her belief in an agency focused on ethics, customer service, business, and constant education to be at the leading edge. Her personable demeanor, positive and energetic attitude, strong communication and powerful negotiating skills make her a valuable and effective asset to her clients. Her specific attention to detail, flair for design and energetic spirit make the home-buying or selling process an enjoyable one.
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Rosewood has long been infamous, but Wilmington came first and was even more devastating in its effects. In 1898, Wilmington was North Carolina's largest city, with a majority black population, a thriving black middle class, and a biracial Republican-Populist fusion government. On November 10, an armed mob of Democrat-backed white supremacists opened fire on African American neighborhoods, slaughtering dozens and driving thousands out of the city for good. In a five-year passion project that consumed all his resources, director Everett amassed rare photographs, original research, and testimony from historians and descendants of the victims to uncover a shocking event that marked a turning point in the politics of the post-Reconstruction South.
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Maurice Rush and Jasmine Poole (Both age 29) have been autism parents and advocates since their son, Maurice Jr (Little Rece), was diagnosed at age 2 in June 2011.
Born and raised in North Philadelphia, Maurice is a graduate from Temple University where he was awarded his Bachelors of Business Administration in Marketing in 2010. He currently works as a Caseworker for the PA Department of Human Services (formerly Dept of Public Welfare). Maurice is involved in various Faith-Based initiatives through the Greater Exodus Baptist Church and serves as a mentor for teenagers ranging from ages 12-19. He’s had multiple speaking engagements with teen mothers through programs such as Young Lives. As an autism advocate, Maurice has used his marketing background to spread awareness and raise funds for Autism Research and Studies. Maurice enjoys watching and playing Football and Basketball, playing Video Games, and debating comic book movies with his friends.
Jasmine was born in Philadelphia but raised in Yeadon. She graduated from Villanova University in 2011 with her Bachelors of science in Nursing. Little Rece's diagnosis fueled her passion to create more awareness. In September 2012 Jasmine stood in front of over 15,000 people at Citizens Bank Park to talk about her son at "Philadelphia Walk Now for Autism Speaks". Jasmine has worked as a pediatric registered nurse at CHOP and currently works as a neurology/neurosurgery RN at The University of Pennsylvania hospital. Jasmine is now Author to her first children's book "Rece Wants Cereal". In Jasmine's spare time, she enjoys crocheting, arts and crafts, singing, and showing others that it's okay to laugh!
In 2012, Jasmine and Maurice started “iWalk4Rece”, a team dedicated to raising funds and awareness of Autism as well as building a village of supporters for their son. Through iWalk4Rece, the couple has raised over $13,000 towards Autism Research by using various fundraising efforts. On July 9th 2017, Jasmine released “Rece Wants Cereal” which tells a story of how Maurice Jr has learned to communicate despite being non-verbal. The book was written with goals to further increase awareness, to magnify a real life challenge of parenting a child with autism, as well as to benefit autism research.
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Do The Confederate Monuments Really Need to Be Taken Down Now, and How Can We Be Better Prepared For Disasters?
On this episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series we discussed disaster preparedness, the removal of confederate monuments, and black people who are trying hard to be remembered in the pages of history. With the latest disasters to his Texas and Louisiana we felt we needed to have a conversation about disaster preparedness, so we can begin to make plans to be better prepared. Our community has a history of being reactionary and able to withstand anything. The problem with this mindset is we will always be victims and always playing catch up. We have to become more proactive in protecting ourselves and our communities. We also discussed the taking down of the confederate monuments around the country; is this a waste of time? Are these monuments so important that we should devote our attention to the monuments instead of building our community? Lastly, we discussed black people whose intention are to be remembered instead of truly uplifting our community. Tune in to hear our thoughts.
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