Episode 106 of Real Black News features Finance Guru Lynnette Khalfani-Cox. Author of fifteen books and the New York Times Besteller Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom, Lynnette shares crucial tips for those at every financial level to manage or grow their money in 2021. She also gives perspective on Biden’s effect on the economy, companies that give to Black entrepreneurs in response to racial reckoning, owning seven homes, and the mindset that has led to the success of her financial education and consulting company TheMoneyCoach.net LLC. Journalist Ronda Racha Penrice shares movies we should be watching from director Steve McQueen and Debbie Allen. Other topics include the connection between good health and HBCUs, Salt-N-Pepa, and more from the top five empowering Black news stories of the week.
Ep. 106 Lynnette Khalfani-Cox - Finance Expert
Finance expert Lynnette Khalfani-Cox and author of the New York Times Besteller "Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom," shares tips for every financial level to manage or grow $$$. She gives perspective on Biden’s effect on the economy, companies that give to Black businesses in response to racial reckoning & the mindset that has led to the success of her financial education and consulting company TheMoneyCoach.net LLC. Journalist Ronda Racha Penrice shares movies we should watch.
Ep. 105 Queen Yonasda - Native American Activist
Episode 105 features Black & Native American activist/author, Queen Yonasda, who talks about the Native American vote that helped Biden win despite some tribes voting Republican. She shares an update on the Dakota Access Pipeline, water protectors who contracted cancer, corporate terrorism, Revolutionary Healing, and her biggest fight battling cancer. Other topics include Morris Brown U, an #EndSAR update, the first Black astronaut on SpaceX, and the top five empowering Black news stories.
Ep. 104 Raqiyah Mays - Celebration!!!
A special celebration of the historic win of President-elect Joe Biden and the first woman, Black, and South Asian VP-elect Kamala Harris. Correspondents from across the nation and world chime. ATL-based reporter Ronda Racha Penrice discusses Georgia. Paris-based journalist Epee Dingong the state of emergency lockdown in France. Brit Jatali Bellanton talks NY, the UK, & how Biden’s win will affect money. Plus Black gun clubs created at churches and the top five empowering Black news stories.
Ep. 103 Chivon Dean - Ruff Ryders
Co-founder of Ruff Ryders Records Chivon Dean thinks back on her time starting the label with her brothers Waah and Dee, provides tips on building a family business and LLC. And she discusses her journey transitioning from hip hop into social services along with providing an outlook on DMX’s mental health struggles. Entertainment reporter Ronda Racha Penrice recommends what to watch on TV or VOD to relieve pandemic boredom, the election, & the top five empowering Black news stories of the week.
Ep. 102: Dr. Monique Morris - Pushout
Dr. Monique Morris, Author & EP of the Documentary "Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools" discusses her work, how she’s raised daughters, and tips for parents on how to work with schools and prepare their children to deal with bias in school systems – whether virtual or in person. Former investment banker and CEO of Kids Who Bank, Jatali Bellanton, joins the The Black Wall Street Report to share investment advice based on who wins the Nov 3. Plus the top 5 Black News stories.
101 The Rza - Wu-Tang Clan
The Rza reflects on raising his son during the pandemic, lessons learned from fathering multiple children, the future of Wu-Tang: An American Saga, politics, hip hop, and directing his new film Cut Throat City. Civil rights lawyer and Pres. of Democrats for Education Reform, Shavar Jeffries, discusses the Black male vote and some brothers not vote blue. Journalist Ronda Racha Penric shares new TV shows & films. Plus the top 5 empowering Black news stories of the week.
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