In this episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick dive into three topics from around the world this past week. Friday September, 20th 2019, there was a global climate strike took place to draw attention to the current climate crisis, before the United Nations Climate Action Summit, which took place September 21st through the 23rd. Next, the gentlemen gave their opinions about the Revolt Summit "Trap The Vote Panel" which featured Tamika Mallory, T.I., Killer Mike, Candace Owens, Katrina Pierson, Steven Pargett, hosted by Jeff Johnson. The last topic discussed was, will our millennials be the generation to end racism? The gentlemen gave strong opinions on each topic, and would love to hear hat you think. Tune in!!!
Violence In South Africa, Trump Denies Bahamians Temporary Protected Status,Tyrone Muhammad Protects Black Women At A Cost
In this episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick discuss three current topics in the news. Nigerians and other African foreigners living in South Africa have been the target of violence from South Africans. Donald Trump and his administration have denied Bahamians Temporary Protected Status due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian. A Chicago based activist named Tyrone Muhammad threw bricks through the window of a nail shop, in defense of black women being disrespected. Despite Tyrone's actions, the women in the community continue to spend their money at that particular shop. Joseph and Patrick also discussed whether black Americans truly care to escape the system of white supremacy. Tune in!!!
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During this social discussion show, Joe and Pat talked about the impact of 4 recent events giving both facts and their opinions on the matters presented. The discussion starts with the Amazon Rainforest, moves to the Texas Mass Shooting, then transitions to Robert Mugabe, and ends with Hurricane Dorian. Tune in to hear more.
A native of Miami, FL and a first generation Haitian American, Cynthia Felix Pierre has never been the standard, normal or average professional. She has a combined passion for hair and Accounting. In her recent published book, Where Beauty Demands Structure, she knew this beauty business book would serve a great purpose in a time such as this. There's a significant number of her millennial counterparts in the beauty industry starting businesses wholeheartedly and they are not aware of many components. Cynthia had a passion for beauty and hair from the age of nine years old and committed to doing friends and relatives hair starting at eleven years old. At the age of fifteen she joined the Institute of Young Entrepreneurs at the Carrie P. Meek Educational Center of Miami-Dade College. She later won business plan competitions that would afford her the opportunity to travel to Milwaukee, WI and Dallas, TX to compete with other high schoolers around the United States. At the age of 16, Cynthia understood the impact of having a business plan that was detailed because it served as a road-map and also provided potential investors an idea of whether the business would be profitable and generate returns. Fast forward to 2011, Cynthia graduated from Florida State University with her degree in Accounting and Finance. One month prior to graduation she was not sure exactly what she wanted to do with her degree because her GPA was not appealing in the eyes of Big Four Firms. She took a leap of faith and interviewed for a Finance position in Beijing, China. After being selected for the opportunity she went to Beijing for two months. She later returned to the United States where she worked as an Escrow Analyst for a small firm and within two years she went into the government sector where she was hired as a Tax Auditor. She truly enjoyed the work and tax claims she worked through, but after three years she left her agency to focus on her studies and eventually started her salon consulting company.
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