Award-winning nurse and community education consultant, LaShanda Jackson, is no stranger to recovery, health, and nutrition. She started her career helping families recover from lead poisoning in Flint, Michigan, yet her work is far from over. Eight years after one of the worst environmental injustices in the 21st Century, LaShanda is still busy.
After helping families recover from Lead poisoning, she has shifted her work to assisting inmates to recover from what she calls "generational habits."
Join us this week to hear a history of the Flint Water Crisis, an update of LaShonda's Award-winning Health and Wellness program for Inmates, and how all this connects to the continent of Africa.