19 min

Episode 7 - Racial Reconciliation in America with Michelle Brandt The Joyful Life - A #Shareyourstory Podcast

    • Self-Improvement

I want to start by acknowledging the racial injustices that our nation is currently facing. What is happening is not ok.

This podcast was created to shine light on difficult topics and be a source of positivity for those who need comfort. It is the mission of The Joyful Life to promote positivity, inclusion, and lead with love. With the current state of our nation, it is imperative we step up in our communities and be a light in this dark world. Today’s episode may be difficult for some to hear, but Michelle’s message is one every person must hear.

In this episode, Michelle and I discuss racial reconciliation in America and ways we can help bridge the gap and end this era of racial divide. This is a must hear episode and one you certainly don’t want to miss.

Book Recommendations: 

* Sulwe by Lupita Nyong'o

* Crown: An Ode to the fresh cut by Derrick Barnes

*Princess Hair by Sharee Miller

*Last stop on Market street by Matt de la Pena

*I Am Enough by Grace Byers

*Mr. Scruff by Simon James

*Little leaders bold women in black history by Vashti Harrison

*Dear Dragon by Josh Funk

*Be The Bridge by Latasha Morrison

I want to start by acknowledging the racial injustices that our nation is currently facing. What is happening is not ok.

This podcast was created to shine light on difficult topics and be a source of positivity for those who need comfort. It is the mission of The Joyful Life to promote positivity, inclusion, and lead with love. With the current state of our nation, it is imperative we step up in our communities and be a light in this dark world. Today’s episode may be difficult for some to hear, but Michelle’s message is one every person must hear.

In this episode, Michelle and I discuss racial reconciliation in America and ways we can help bridge the gap and end this era of racial divide. This is a must hear episode and one you certainly don’t want to miss.

Book Recommendations: 

* Sulwe by Lupita Nyong'o

* Crown: An Ode to the fresh cut by Derrick Barnes

*Princess Hair by Sharee Miller

*Last stop on Market street by Matt de la Pena

*I Am Enough by Grace Byers

*Mr. Scruff by Simon James

*Little leaders bold women in black history by Vashti Harrison

*Dear Dragon by Josh Funk

*Be The Bridge by Latasha Morrison

19 min