15 avsnitt

A Personal Coach with a MA.Ed in Curriculum in Literature and Kinesiology. Tracy is also the CEO for Atmosphere TV, a distance education program integrating literary analysis, cultural awareness, and BEST strategies (Body, Energy, Space-Time). By increasing engagement, cognitive skills, and developing higher comprehension levels, with inquiry-based learning cultivated with; acceptance, patience, and self-love for the body and mind.

Inspiring Women to be the FIRE in their lives; Fearless, Inspiring, Relentless, Educating
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/withjustakiss/support

With Just A Kiss Tracy Washington

    • Samhälle och kultur

A Personal Coach with a MA.Ed in Curriculum in Literature and Kinesiology. Tracy is also the CEO for Atmosphere TV, a distance education program integrating literary analysis, cultural awareness, and BEST strategies (Body, Energy, Space-Time). By increasing engagement, cognitive skills, and developing higher comprehension levels, with inquiry-based learning cultivated with; acceptance, patience, and self-love for the body and mind.

Inspiring Women to be the FIRE in their lives; Fearless, Inspiring, Relentless, Educating
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/withjustakiss/support

    Travel With Tracy; Breakfast from around the World

    Travel With Tracy; Breakfast from around the World

    Travel with Tracy; Breakfast around the world. 


    ---

    This episode is sponsored by
    · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/withjustakiss/support

    • 6 min
    What makes a Good friendship

    What makes a Good friendship

    Friendships that are essential in life. 


    ---

    This episode is sponsored by
    · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/withjustakiss/support

    • 5 min
    Motivation & Inspiration toward Success

    Motivation & Inspiration toward Success

    Today's episode touches on the area of success, motivation and inspiration.  Many teens and adults are dealing with depression and lack of belief in themselves and their progress in their careers and overall life. How many little boys and girls dream of making their school team, let alone play at the college or professional level? How many young adults have considered the path to go to an HBCU or an Ivy League school?  What about living abroad and learning multiple languages? Imagine learning new cultures and adapting to a lifestyle that you choose.  How about making it to the big leagues in NFL, or Wall Street?  Or being in charge of an aspect of a college campus? These are some of the areas the panelist had to consider and strived to reach the level of success.  All of the following men and women had to fight to reach the top and did so skillfully and with dignity, class and grace.  On this episode we get to hear from them and what or who inspired them to reach their goals or to even start them.  We will hear insight on what advice they offer for young people to have the chance of success in their future.  I hope you enjoy the episode when I was able to gather 4 magnificent people together and share their insight on their success.  Take some notes and enjoy. Aaron Lombard; Michael Boley; Maryam Niyako; Robert Hill;

    ---

    This episode is sponsored by
    · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/withjustakiss/support

    • 48 min
    Last Chance U: Season 6. Interview with the JUCO "ELAC" basketball Coach, Rob Robinson

    Last Chance U: Season 6. Interview with the JUCO "ELAC" basketball Coach, Rob Robinson

    A Netflix Original, Sports Documentary. Coaching in East Los Angeles for the JUCO "ELAC" takes a faithful and unrelenting belief in each player and serving the basketball team with strong convictions, while leading young men who hope to fulfill major college potential and powerhouse athletes.
     The Emmy Award winning series brings the season on the court. Rotten Tomatoes gave Last Chance U; Baskeball Season 6 100%  for both Tomato-meter and the Audience score.  Dailycardinal.com says "It's an intense, emotional whirlwind." Pop Sugar, Esquire, Forbes, Vulture, The Guardian, Men's Health, Daily Cardinal, Buzz Feed, The Prairie, The Ringer and even Good Housekeeping.  Article after article and review after review across the United States and Internationally have given Last Chance U: Season 6 BASKETBALL Documentary raving reviews. This Episode entails the interview I had with one of the ELAC coaches; Rob Robinson.  We discussed the experience of COVID, being in a Netflix series, what it takes to be a player and coach for a JUCO basketball team, and more. I hope you enjoy todays episode with Coach Rob Robinson. 
    Netflix: Last Chance U: Basketball Trailer. 
    https://youtu.be/b-YCKtBb0L4  
    Photo Credit Netflix Original Documentary Cover for Last Chance U Season 6 Basketball 

    ---

    This episode is sponsored by
    · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/withjustakiss/support

    • 53 min
    "Speaking Truth to Power"- Dezie Woods Jones; Vice Mayor and City Council for Oakland, CA & President of Black Women Organized for Political Action ( BWOPA)

    "Speaking Truth to Power"- Dezie Woods Jones; Vice Mayor and City Council for Oakland, CA & President of Black Women Organized for Political Action ( BWOPA)

    "Speaking truth to power." Titled for this segment as a quote from my guest, Dezie Woods Jones, touches on how we need to speak up and tell the truth and bring power in our words. Speaking up brings us to our energy, better actions and helps us to show interest in our community and the significance of our world.
    Dezie Woods Jones, at 79 years young, is a strong example of a profound community activist yesterday and today. Dezie offers encouragement to speak your truth, to find time to be an activist within your passions and learn as much as you can about our world with travel. (after COVID has calmed down of course )
    Mrs. Dezie, or Mother Dezie as Dezie's daughter calls her, is the strength for young women in politics, who have been directly affected by the broken parts of our American History. With the strength of her mother and father, organizations like CORE, as well as working alongside US Representatives such as; Maxine Walters, Dianne Watson, Barbara Lee, and her inspiration she drew from Amy Garvey, the wife of the famous Marcus Garvey of UNIA (Universal Negro Improvement Association).
    Mother Dezie has embraced her fate to stand up for the rights of those who feel voiceless or are fascinated with politics. We often lack the knowledge of the strength and solidity that comes from a strong woman who had to fight for herself and for those who did not have the support. Dezie Woods Jones, an influential woman who wears many hats, was just the kind of woman that many young women needed as a mentor in politics and just life decisions. Fighting for civil rights is definitely one aspect of her legacy but her current fight for her passion in guiding young women who are seeking their rightful place on the political stage. I was blessed to meet and speak with such dynamic and instrumental women for her community and especially black women in politics and really for her whole community. I hope you enjoy my interview with the President of BWOPA ( Black Women Organized for Political Action) and former Vice Mayor and City Council of Oakland, CA. She is also a woman who has paved the way for many younger women to follow. I am grateful she took some time to talk with me and share a little bit of her power into my ears and yours to listen. Enjoy today's episode on Black Women in Politics with Dezi Woods Jones.


    ---

    This episode is sponsored by
    · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/withjustakiss/support

    • 40 min
    Opal's Greenwood Oasis; A Black Wall Street lesson with a Children's Book

    Opal's Greenwood Oasis; A Black Wall Street lesson with a Children's Book

    Text taken directly from the Publisher; 
    Calliope Group. 
    "The year is 1921, and Opal Brown would like to show you around her beautiful neighborhood of Greenwood in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Filled with busy stores and happy families, Opal also wants you to know that "everyone looks like me."
    In both words and illustrations, this carefully researched and historically accurate book allows children to experience the joys and success of Greenwood, one of the most prosperous Black communities of the early 20th Century, an area Booker T. Washington dubbed America's Black Wall Street.
    Soon after the day narrated by Opal, Greenwood would be lost in the Tulsa Race Massacre, the worst act of racial violence in American history. As we approach the centennial of that tragic event, children have the opportunity through this book to learn and celebrate all that was built in Greenwood."

    https://bookshop.org/books/opal-s-greenwood-oasis/9781733647441

    ---

    This episode is sponsored by
    · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/withjustakiss/support

    • 5 min

Mest populära podcaster inom Samhälle och kultur