We Need Each Other

We Need Each Other

The outer world is continuously vying for your attention, luring you under its control. It can cause you to lose sight of your value, your importance, and your purpose. At times you need others to remember and remind you. These reminders often come from the most unexpected places. To recognize them requires your open heart and mind. Connection, feeling seen and understood, loved, and needed are imperative in order to experience wholeness. Through this podcast, it is my pleasure to facilitate unconditional love for one, perhaps misunderstood, human being to another. Beginning with love for the self you can then become a wellspring for the world. The world needs you.

Episodes

July 19, 2021 55 min
The Black Law Student Association of Loyola Law School created a list of demands to combat the effects of systemic racism poisoning our legal system and their campus climate.

BLSA of Loyola Law School called upon the administration to stand in solidarity with the Black community, uphold the values it proclaims proudly within its mission statement, and exemplify these objectives through tangible and financial future actions.
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Dr. Shani Byard is a social justice advocate and professor. Listen as she guides on how to stop buying into the stereotypes perpetuated by the media,
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started her advocacy around Bruce's Beach on Juneteenth, 2020 when she and other co-founders of a group in the South Bay put together a picnic at Bruce's Beach to shed light on black history in Manhattan Beach. Hear what Kavon believes justice for the Bruce family means and what reparations for black people look like as it pertains to America making amends for stealing black land.
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May 31, 2021 51 min
Rev. Jason Mitchell is a staff minister of Agape International Spiritual Center. Rev. Jason's insight helps to make sense of a world that frequently feels that it makes no sense at all. This is an episode that you might just want to listen to over and over.
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May 17, 2021 50 min
Jessica Pharm is a free-thinking HR professional with a background in employee relations, recruitment, training, and employment law and policies. She believes in advocating for and assisting Black professionals as they struggle to navigate the complicated and stressful world that is corporate America. 

Jessica's mission is to empower Black professionals by providing resources, guidance, and support within a safe place to speak t...
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This has to be my favorite episode ever! This week I shared the mic with my 2 daughters. We took the chance to laugh and reminisce. Tune in and join the fun!
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April 26, 2021 65 min
My guests, Heather Rebecca Wilson and Porter Lori have at least one thing in common. They are both bi-racial. Many have never considered what it is like to maneuver through society not necessarily being fully accepted by your ethnicities because you are "different". Have you considered the role White Supremacy plays?

Both Heather and Porter offer a bridge to a greater understanding of the human spirit and the need for con...
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Wes Hall is currently contracted with the Los Angeles Unified School District, where he Co-Created the Young Men of Color Initiative that services the entire district. Wes has conducted one of the nation's most in-depth independent studies measuring the attitudes and behaviors of young men of color pertaining to education and its impact on their future financial well-being.
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April 5, 2021 45 min
Carla New surprised herself by the incredible response she received after updating her profile picture on LinkedIn showing her natural hair. It took a lot of courage to get there. Her post has inspired many; 334,650 views, 1474 comments, 15,644 reactions, and counting.
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March 22, 2021 22 min
It's Women's History Month and I honor all the women who go unnoticed.
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Dr. Ann Ifekwunigwe is an equity warrior who is committed to making the world a better place through education.
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March 8, 2021 51 min
Ralph Gustavo Zamora, is a DJ and community organizer from Los Angeles, California who is committed to linking the elite knowledge of higher institutions to local communities. Through his music curatorial & digital art experience and commitment to the community, Ralph will utilize his experience to ensure that his artistic business collective, LYBL (Live Your Best Life), upholds its integrity.
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March 2, 2021 44 min
This is Woman's History Month. This year with eyes wide open to the atrocities inflicted upon Black people I am calling this year "Black Women's History Month." Let us learn more and appreciate more what Black Woman has endured as she continues to be the support of this land.
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February 22, 2021 61 min
Denise Minns-Harris comes to share LIVED Black History with us. – Denise is a Lifelong Grassroots Activist, Sister, Teacher, Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Dancer, Buddhist, and professional Fundraiser for a wide variety of national and local political, educational, progressive non-profit, and advocacy organizations.
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February 15, 2021 40 min
10 year old, Joey, has some powerful words of wisdom for his elders. He's found his way to thriving after being kept from school, social interactions, and sports for nearly a year. Take a listen. Maybe you'll shift some perspectives.
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February 8, 2021 45 min
Professor, Edutainer & Facilitator, George Lee, better known as The Conscious Lee, has a wide perspective on today's society and teaches in quite a unique way. Take a listen
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February 1, 2021 48 min
Ade Anifowose is a Nigerian man born in the UK, conceived in Germany, and feels more at home in America. His views on the "goings-on" at this time in human history are uniquely Ade.
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January 25, 2021 41 min
Rev Arlene Cecelia Hylton is Director of Agape's “Living Foods Ministry" is Director of Agape's “Living Foods Ministry" and she is the Spiritual Director of Safe Harbor Treatment Center for Women located in Costa Mesa. Although Rev. Arlene was in Jamaica, her life in the USA has been profound and interesting.
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January 18, 2021 53 min
Gil Gamez has been a Police Officer for LAUSD for over 18 years. He is currently the Police Officers Association Union President. Hear his perspective on Cops in Schools and policing in general.
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January 11, 2021 56 min
Kalia was raised by her White mother in Black schools and Black neighborhoods. She learned from her what is to be Black in America. She visited her Black immigrant father in White neighborhoods where those conversations did not occur.
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