Our Child’s Keeper takes a masterclass approach to preventing the number one cause of childhood deaths in the United States: accidental injuries. Expert video training from certified instructors rounds out a robust curriculum of training topics.
On October 15, 2021, Rev. Dr. Johannes J. Christian, 70, of Columbus, Ohio, will begin to walk the 400 miles from Columbus, Ohio to Washington D.C. He plans to arrive at the Monument to Martin Luther King, Jr. on October 30, 2021
Two hurricanes came through and affected a local hero to developmentally disabled young men recently. Donna Emilien has dedicated her life to tirelessly serving others with special needs, but now she could use some help. An unexpected death and severe flood damage to a family home both came to call in one day.
The Black Manosphere Magazine 2021 Core Glossary and Report Card, Special Annual Edition, launched by Dr. Spencer Holman on August 4, 2021, and on its debut conquered the bestseller lists in several countries.
Veslemøy Olavsbråten is featured along with 51 life coaches who share their true and authentic stories of becoming more in a way that is short, sweet and sacred.
Two Flames Burning in Japan, one for the Olympics and the other to recognize the Hiroshima Peace Flame, as we approach the 76th anniversary of the first atomic bomb which fell on humankind. Each call for one unified, peaceful world.
Dr. Spencer Holman, founder of Black Star University and The Black Manosphere™ online community, announces the launch of his new magazine, The Black Manosphere Magazine 2021 Core Glossary and Report Card, Special Annual Edition, on August 4, 2021.
Voice and Confidence Coach Sloane Reali was the featured guest on Influencers Radio with Jack Mize talking about how professionals across industries can increase confidence through the power of voice.
Carole Isenberg, Emmy Nominated TV and Film Producer was the featured guest on Influencers Radio with Jack Mize talking about her inspiration for creating The Mother Lode Experience.
Research shows that race-related violence is having a severe effect on black mental health. July is BIPOC Mental Health Month, and a series of interviews will begin to provide insight on the various types of traumas the black community continues to face and will offer strategies to bring back black joy.
While the #MeToo movement has made a significant impact in raising awareness of sexual assault and harassment, experts say more needs to be done to empower those most at risk.