In honor of Black History Month, meet people from CT who have been making a difference in our state's history.
In this episode, we introduce you to Dori Dumas, President of NAACP New Haven Chapter. Dori shares her journey in politics and passion toward providing change in the New Haven community. Dori shares how she uses her voice and power as a the president ofNew Haven Chapter of NAACP to honor the legacy, history and mission of the organization. The New Haven chapter is celebrating112 years and as being the first elected woman to the chapter comes with challenges and rewards.
Dori shares a honest conversation about the impact of COVID and Black Lives Matter has on the community, the role of the local andnational chapter.
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This episode we focus on the change in direction of some churches to now take on the issues of Mental Health and Emotional Wellness in their congregations. Parking Lot Series focuses on topics raised during the Community Trainings that warrant …
Rev. O shares personal and intimate stories of writing about her traumatic interruptions and how she learned the power of being resilient to overcome and find the will to live.
It has been a Christian tradition to pray more when dealing with a traumatic life interruption. Our guest Pastors have heard you and are saying Pray and........But is your church listening to you?
Raised as an only child, Rev.Dr. Marcia Clinkscales has been educating, empowering and ministering to women through successful careers and life, only to discover siblings she never knew she had and now who are changing her life.
We focused on the stages of grief and trauma in this family’s life and how they questioned if God was listening. Hear what they discovered.
After going through many life shattering events, Odell is defining her journey through reinventing herself.