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Faith & Spirituality, Health, Motherhood, Love and Relationships, Professional Development...Just Life!

    Interrupted Motherhood with Felicia Chappelle

    Interrupted Motherhood with Felicia Chappelle

    Irene Wade interviews Felicia Chappelle, actor, and founder of Women Work Wonders. 

    www.womenworkwonders.com

    In this interview Felicia discusses her journey in developing her stage play Interrupted Motherhood. She shares her challenges and triumphs in her personal life and how she is now using her story to provide emotional healing to her audience. She discusses personal life lessons and sage wisdom that will inspire all. A powerful interview you don’t want to miss!

     

    • 23 min
    In Her Space Interview w/ Lakiesha Heard-All In My Feelings & Can't TalkAbout It

    In Her Space Interview w/ Lakiesha Heard-All In My Feelings & Can't TalkAbout It

    Irene Wade interviews Lakiesha Heard founder of Broken Beautifully is a gifted writer, blogger, ministry leader, and event host.   Lakiesha has hosted multiple events in the Dayton Area to minister to needs of people.  As a recent survivor of the Dayton Tornados that left families without homes Lakiesha found herself too picking up the pieces of what was left behind after the Tornados.  After losing her home, car , and grievinrg the loss of family who had recently passed in the previous year,  Lakiesha found herself dealing with emotions that was hard to talk about in certains spaces.  With her most recent event Lakiesha is creating a platform to discuss topics that sometimes go unheard in the church community.  In this interview, Lakiesha reveals her process of awareness and how she came to organize the event Broken Beautifully Presents: All In My Feelings But I Can't Talk About it? The event will take place on Saturday, October 12th at 6pm at Breakthrough Anointed Ministries. (Check out the flyer for more details) For more information about Lakiesha Heard visit https://brokenbeautifully.org/

    • 33 min
    Gena McDonald-Developing Butterflies-Your Winning Season

    Gena McDonald-Developing Butterflies-Your Winning Season

    A powerful interview with Gena McDonald, founder of Developing Butterflies Big Sister Program. 

    Gena McDonald, founder of  Developing Butterflies Big Sister Program, established April 6, 2016 born in Dayton and a graduate of Dayton Public Schools, is a mother of two (a son and a daughter), holds a Bachelor degree in Applied Behavioral Science and is very passionate about helping young ladies or "little sisters" be confident in who they are to overcome their obstacles. She didn’t have a bad life, but growing up with three parents on drugs  and with the three main women in her life victims of domestic violence, she was already considered a statistic to repeat her environment. 

     

    Gena wasn’t involved in any mentoring or big sister program but realized that if she had a mentor or big sister, she could have made some better choices sooner-than-later, which is how Developing Butterflies came about; giving back what she didn’t have! She wanted to provide a program where little sisters could come be themselves and build strong, lasting relationships, while receiving support and guidance.

    For More Information about Developing Butterflies go to https://www.facebook.com/Developingbutterfliesbigsisterprogram/?ref=br_rs

    • 35 min
    In Her Space-Happy New Year 2019-The Vision to Win

    In Her Space-Happy New Year 2019-The Vision to Win

    Irene Wade, Founder of in her space discusses the vision of In Her Space to become a multi-media plattform to create spaces for and to elevate the voices of women through various media plattforms. Irene is the host and creator of In Her Space Podcast in which women are empowered to share their perspective and give voice to their experiences. We are so proud of the work of In Her Space and we know that for 2019 the best is yet to come.

    Check us out and reach out to us at http://www.inherspace.com

    • 5 min
    Kenya Baker-Robin's Gift -The Power of Service

    Kenya Baker-Robin's Gift -The Power of Service

    Kenya Baker was born in Detroit, Michigan. She spent most of her childhood and adult life in Dayton, Ohio. She always possessed a strong love for education. Mrs. Baker holds a Bachelor of Science from Wilberforce University and a Master of Science in Education from the University of Dayton. Her time in the classroom as a school teacher fueled her passion to write children's literature. She served as a certified teacher in the urban community for over 15 years. Through literature, she hopes to inspire children in early childhood to express their thoughts and feelings through the pen. 

    Currently, Mrs. Baker spends most of her time and energy fighting community injustices such as Black on Black violence and littering. She attributes all that is right in her life to God, the author and finisher of her faith.

    Check out her website http://kenyabakerbooks.com/index.html

    • 23 min
    WE BE Podcast-We've Come This Far-Women and Social Justice-Episode 004

    WE BE Podcast-We've Come This Far-Women and Social Justice-Episode 004

    The women of We Be (Women Embracing Better Efforts) discuss African American Women Issues-Are we better off now than during the civil rights movement? Of course we've  made significant progress, and we can celebrate many acheivements. In our private conversations we discussed the following: 

    Economic Disparities of African American Women-Are we better off now than during the civil rights movement? 1) What is being done to ensure all women are able to adequately provide for themselves and their families? This could include the local work of community organizations to address poverty, and the affects of it like infant mortality, political engagement. (We all work to address these issues) 2) Are African American women judged too harshly and our issues not taken seriously by our local government? Is there room for growth and collaboration to create more opportunities for women of color? 3) How can we use the framework of Transformative Justice to make connections to create continuous change and opportunities?  We Be discusses how we can use our experiences and our voices that creates lasting change in our community.  

    Special guest Darsheel Kaur, restorative justice practitioner, creative, youth advocate, and community builder assists with shaping our conversation to connect the dots and assist with idetifying ways we can continue to honor the legacy of those before us and walk in the path destined for us. Powerful discussion to encourage women to make their own contributions to bring about healing and transformation in our communities. 

    For More Information about Darsheel visit http://www.facebook.com/darsheelk/

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