In this week's episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick dive into water futures being traded as a commodity now. Talks of a worldwide water shortage coming sooner than we may think, and we would now be able to bet on when the water supply dried up. Brandon Bernard was a gentleman who was executed a few weeks back because of his involvement in a double murder when he was younger. The gentlemen are not excusing his crimes, but they have noticed that white criminals get treated very differently from black criminals. During the trial of the Phizer vaccine, 4 people developed Bell's Palsy, which is not helping to build trust in the COVID-19 vaccine. Will more people eventually take the vaccine, or will the number of disbelievers continue to rise? The gentlemen also mention how many people learned they over $4 Million dollars were donated to the wrong Black Lives Matter platform. Tune in!!
In this week's episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick breakdown the world of the Red Pill men, relationship experts, and what the Manosphere is. In the world of giving relationship advice there are many Gurus and tons of advice you can take. The gentlemen try to better understand the who, what, where, when, and why of the Red Pill community. Then there is that Manosphere. What is the Manosphere? Who is a part of this Manosphere? These questions will be answered plus much more as the gentlemen get knee deep into these topis. Also, they give relationship advice!! That should be funny!! Check it out!!
Nicole Everett is a Conversationalist, Media Content Producer and Connector. She is a native of
Miami, Florida, a graduate of Florida A&M University’s School of Business and Industry (1994)
and has served in the affordable housing arena for more than 20 years. Everett, who is based in
Tallahassee, Florida, has volunteered her time and talents with a number of non-profit boards
and ad hoc committees in the community she resides. Nicole strongly believes in the support of
local individuals and organizations. She is working towards becoming a major philanthropist
with the goals of funding affordable housing, children’s initiatives and the arts.
In 2016, Nicole launched Conversations With Nicole (CWN), which began as a weekly video
blog show featuring a variety of guests, sharing information about initiatives and projects
important to them, as well as a bit of personal history about themselves. CWN has had eight (8)
seasons, five (5) of which have been on television as paid programming, with the focus being on
connecting community influencers with viewers through conversations. One of Nicole’s mantras
is the belief that every human being has gifts and talents the world is waiting on and people
should not sit on these unique abilities but should use them for the purpose for which they
were designed. She believes CWN is a platform to promote the gifts and talents of others.
In 2020, Nicole and friend, Gerald Tookes co-founded Greater Works Network (GWN), a media
production company, whose mission is to create authentic, innovate stories across a variety of
mediums. GWN launched its live stream/on demand network in August of 2020 on RokuTV,
which has approximately 40 million viewers. GWN is a family friendly, transformative radical
new approach to storytelling, empowering people to share the stories of their greater work,
illuminating and emboldening the human experience.
Connect with Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org at www.cwnmoments.com or
www.greaterworks.network . Follow and/or subscribe to CWN on YouTube, Instagram or
M. Miaisha Mitchell is Greater Frenchtown Revitalization Council’s Executive Director and co- founder of Tallahassee Food Network’s iGrow program in the Frenchtown Area. Ms. Mitchell has a history of:
For more than four decades she has worked in diverse communities to address, diabetes, cancer and obesity among African American and Latino families who suffer most from the disparities and inequities in healthcare. Those joint efforts led to two funding cycles from the National Science Foundation for Summer Ethnographic Field School; two grants from the USDA for Building the Consumer Base: Supporting the Farmers Market Solution to Food Deserts, Childhood Obesity Prevention Education (COPE) Coalition received legacy funding from the Florida Blue Foundation in collaboration with Florida A&M University and 50+ partners to increase food access, nutrition education and youth health leadership. More recently, The Maternal Child Health Equity Collaborative and sharing interdisciplinary work and mentorship experiences with anthropology, public health and social work students has been of key interest.
Her ongoing desire is to influence policies that address healthy behaviors, health literacy, health equity, and racial disparities. She is especially interested in collaborative efforts to address Type 2 diabetes and heart disease, maternal child health, homelessness, substance use, breast cancer, infant mortality, obesity, eldercare, violence against women, affordable housing and access to nutritious food/food insecurity and youth health leadership.
She and her partners were invited to contribute to a special issue of Practicing Anthropology Journal Integrating Methods Training and Community-Based Participatory Research: Lessons from the Ethnographic Field School in Tallahassee, Florida published in October 2015.
She has been the recipient of several awards including:
August 2016 Board of Commissioners Salute for years of dedicated service to the Tallahassee Housing Authority
April 2016 National Public Health Week, Future Public Health Professionals for time, expertise and service
March 2016 Oasis Center for Women and Girls Trailblazer Award
December 2015 Tallahassee Woman Magazine: Women of Wisdom
September 2015 Governor and Volunteer Florida Champion of Service Award
August 2015 Martin Luther King Foundation Humanitarian Award
April 2014 Rueben Askew Leadership Award for Community Service, Tallahassee, FL
January 2010 Tallahassee Community College’s Cherry Hall Alexander African American History Month Calendar in celebration, “Economic Empowerment and the African-American Experience” significant contributions in Leon and surrounding counties.
March 2007 Women’s History Month Award Recipient in Health, Tallahassee Community College
May 2006 Outstanding Volunteer Service Award, Capital Area Healthy Start Program, Tallahassee, FL January 2006 National Forum on Black Service Administrators: Public Service Health Award, Tallahassee, FL
March 2005 Woman of the Year in Health, Stork’s Nest of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Tallahassee, FL
February 2002 Florida Medical Quality Assurance, Inc. extended partner appreciation working to empower members of Tallahassee’s African American community Knowledge is Power Initiative to take control of diabetes.
March 2002 National Hook Up of Black Women, Gold Star Honoree for Health, Tallahassee, FL
May 1995 Florida A&M University, Health Care Management Association: for Outstanding and Dedicated Service to the Improvement of Minority Health and the Establishment of the Florida Commission on Minority Health.
April 1994 Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health, Award for the Establishment and Work of the Florida Commission on Minority Health, Washington, D.C.
This week on the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick have a candid conversation about the current state of the COVID-19 Pandemic and the distrust of the COVID-19 Vaccine from Black America. Have Americans started taking the virus seriously? Should we even take the vaccine when it comes out? The gentlemen look into the latest COVID-19 numbers and how they have risen significantly over the past few months. They also look into how the virus has affected Black America's health and what our state of being might look like moving forward. Tune in!!
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