1 hr 24 min

Episode 104: Of Flowers & Moondust Jay Scott Confidential

    • Society & Culture

Episode 104 of The People's Podcast welcomes our first international guest: Antoinette Newton-Acquah. You can call her Toni.

Toni is an exceptionally brilliant 25 year-old entrepreneur who has started a health & wellness company called Flowers & Moondust based out of her parents' home country -- Ghana. The story behind how she ended up back in Ghana -- she was born in Upstate New York and grew up outside of Philadelphia -- is as compelling as it gets

Toni and Jay talk about (Interview starts at around the 17:25 mark):

• Her childhood in the northeast
• Fixing the differences between Africans & African Americans
• How she persevered through a "dysfunctional" family
• How a small college in Maine changed her life
• Her foray into journalism
• How the loss of her mostly absent father led her back to Ghana
• Where "Flowers & Moondust" came from?
• How she has been able to cultivate business partnerships
• Her thoughts on the United States now that she sees it from Africa

Plus: Jay explains the sudden "name change" and we show love to a Detroit icon and extremely funny man: John Witherspoon.

Check out all of the incredible products from Flowers & Moondust at http://flowersandmoondust.com

JSC Radio is on YouTube!!! Be sure to subscribe, ring the bell for notifications, and check out the archived interviews and more: http://bit.ly/jsctube

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Cop Illingsworth's re-released EP "Old Man Raps" now on Bandcamp: https://illingsworks.bandcamp.com/album/old-man-raps.

Check out "Unknown Key", the new EP from Ossim Jones at soundcloud.com/ossimjones/sets/unknown-key

Be sure to drop a 5-Star Rating & Review on Apple Podcasts and AudioBoom. Follow the show NOW on Spotify, iHeartRadio, RadioPublic, TuneIn, CastBox, Stitcher, PlayerFM.

Episode 104 of The People's Podcast welcomes our first international guest: Antoinette Newton-Acquah. You can call her Toni.

Toni is an exceptionally brilliant 25 year-old entrepreneur who has started a health & wellness company called Flowers & Moondust based out of her parents' home country -- Ghana. The story behind how she ended up back in Ghana -- she was born in Upstate New York and grew up outside of Philadelphia -- is as compelling as it gets

Toni and Jay talk about (Interview starts at around the 17:25 mark):

• Her childhood in the northeast
• Fixing the differences between Africans & African Americans
• How she persevered through a "dysfunctional" family
• How a small college in Maine changed her life
• Her foray into journalism
• How the loss of her mostly absent father led her back to Ghana
• Where "Flowers & Moondust" came from?
• How she has been able to cultivate business partnerships
• Her thoughts on the United States now that she sees it from Africa

Plus: Jay explains the sudden "name change" and we show love to a Detroit icon and extremely funny man: John Witherspoon.

Check out all of the incredible products from Flowers & Moondust at http://flowersandmoondust.com

JSC Radio is on YouTube!!! Be sure to subscribe, ring the bell for notifications, and check out the archived interviews and more: http://bit.ly/jsctube

Get one FREE month of Stitcher Premium when you use the promo code "JSC": http://stitcher.com/premium

Like us on Facebook at http://facebook.com/JSCRadio

Cop Illingsworth's re-released EP "Old Man Raps" now on Bandcamp: https://illingsworks.bandcamp.com/album/old-man-raps.

Check out "Unknown Key", the new EP from Ossim Jones at soundcloud.com/ossimjones/sets/unknown-key

Be sure to drop a 5-Star Rating & Review on Apple Podcasts and AudioBoom. Follow the show NOW on Spotify, iHeartRadio, RadioPublic, TuneIn, CastBox, Stitcher, PlayerFM.

1 hr 24 min

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