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Season 1

July 20, 2022

Family Conflict & Generational Trauma

“Family trauma really just extends from trauma that one person experiences and If it's not resolved, it just keeps going,” shares…

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April 14, 2022

“Disrupting Wealth Disparity” - Closing Black Family Wealth Gap

“To me, developing a positive relationship with money means overcoming financial trauma,” explains Yolanda Mukombe, MBA of YGM Co…

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March 18, 2022

ADHD and The Challenges for Black Kids with Dr. Brandi Bolling

“Research suggests that over average, white teachers tend to label black students as lazy more often than their white peers. In t…

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March 14, 2022

The State of Justice in 2022 with Anissa Patton, Esq., Jacqueline Lop…

“Justice is a system that is supposed to protect all people, but historically has not served all citizens very well,” says host D…

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March 4, 2022

Getting Started in Stocks & Overcoming the Challenges of Legacy Plann…

When it comes to finances and estate planning, many people feel behind. While these can be daunting topics of discussion, it is i…

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Feb. 24, 2022

Black Wall Street and “The True Story of Oklahoma Black Towns”

“Black history should not be a mystery,” says Dr. Trina Jackson. Even though Black Americans have played a crucial role in the de…

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Feb. 18, 2022

”The Future of Nursing”: Creating Career Skills, Pathways, and Mentor…

When Dr. Lepaine Sharp-McHenery was growing up, her mother always dreamed of her being a nurse. After witnessing the impact of nu…

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Feb. 11, 2022

“Conquering Diabetes”: Disrupting The Landscape of Adult-Onset Diabet…

For most of his life, D.J. Jones struggled to maintain a healthy lifestyle. After being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, nearly lo…

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Feb. 3, 2022

”Pandemic Impact”: Meet the Mother-Daughter Duo Creating Quality Heal…

“As a community, we have to be aware, we have to advocate for each other and ourselves, and we have to ask the hard questions, so…

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Jan. 24, 2022

The Post-Racial Myth - a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion conversatio…

Janet Stovall shares how she holds institutions accountable for fixing their race issues and why she equipped her children with a…

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Jan. 13, 2022

Passing the Torch: Youth Leadership with Community Impact featuring A…

Being raised by immigrant parents, Aseel Mansour and Hadiza Sarr understand the importance of hard work and academic enrichment. …

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Jan. 7, 2022

The Pursuit of PhD Excellence and “The Things I Wish I Knew Before I …

Dr. Baucum is a professor who teaches marketing-focused courses to undergraduates and Master of Business Administration (MBA) stu…

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Jan. 3, 2022

Real Talk: a Conversation with Wife, Minister, and Author of Undivide…

A women’s ministry leader shares her path to becoming a marriage coach and the advice she gives women in her wives' bible study. …

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Dec. 27, 2021

Navigating the High School to College Transition with Dr. Rudy Jackso…

As parents and caregivers, we put so much energy into helping our children become academically successful. We push for the right …

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Dec. 17, 2021

Black and Camping - The Couple that Glamps Together, Stays Together

Black couples are increasingly looking towards the great outdoors to relax and spend time together, and so are other individuals …

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Dec. 10, 2021

“Breaking The Curse”: Perseverance Through Severe Dysfunction as a Bl…

“Seventy percent of people experience trauma at some point in their lives,” says Reggie D. Ford. Like many others in his East Nas…

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Dec. 3, 2021

The Future of The Black Church: When Religion Leads to Faith-Based Tr…

“Emotional wellness is a gift from God, but we've never been invited to take a deep look at it,” says Margaret L. Conley. Growing…

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Nov. 26, 2021

Consequences of Love & Relationship: The Virtual Love Experience feat…

Dr. Cherlisa Jackson has served clients in psychiatric care for over 13 years and has spent the last six specializing in psychose…

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Nov. 19, 2021

Newly Retired, Now What & Self-Publishing with Dr. Daryl D. Green, Dr…

Have you ever wondered about the trials and tribulations of publishing your own book? Experts Dr. Robert L. Shepard, Dr. Daryl D.…

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Nov. 12, 2021

Great Wines, Unforgettable Experiences: Women Entrepreneurs Building …

In a predominately white industry, black wine lovers have often found it difficult to find inclusion in the business. While there…

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Nov. 5, 2021

Lessons in Music Production I Wish I Knew When I Started featuring Ot…

Otto D'Agnolo is a recording engineer who has spent over 40 years of his life in the music business. He began his career in the m…

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Oct. 29, 2021

Money Management for Teens featuring Holly Reid Toodle, CPA

Growing up, Holly Reid Toodle learned everything from her parents except money management. After losing her first job due to the …

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Oct. 22, 2021

The Road Less Traveled: One Man‘s Literary Journey to Allyship featur…

Growing up as a gay man in a conservative community, Vic Sorrell knew firsthand what it felt like to be ostracized for being true…

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Oct. 15, 2021

Creating Executive Presence with Arva Thomas, Public Speaking Coach

“I think you are able to connect with people better when you are maintaining your true self,” says Arva Thomas, CEO of Blue Monar…

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Oct. 8, 2021

The Education Our Children Need Now featuring the Top 17 Education Su…

Before the COVID pandemic, remote schooling was uncharted territory. For many parents, in-person school seemed to normalize a han…

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Oct. 1, 2021

Tween Entrepreneurs Can Teach You a Thing or Three!

How can we empower our youth to follow their dreams in a safe and effective way? In a world with limitless opportunities, it is n…

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Sept. 24, 2021

What My Eyes Have Seen - Reflections on The Vendorization and The Hi…

Mrs. Bonnie Bracey-Sutton recognized early on in her teaching career that the town she grew up in had not offered students the le…

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Sept. 17, 2021

A Journey Through the Mind of a Modern Expressionist featuring Art Ta…

Darius Quarles has been fascinated with art since he was five years old. Growing up on his grandparent’s farm, he found himself i…

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Sept. 10, 2021

The Black Maternal Health Crisis with Dr. Mary E. Fleming

In recent years, the topic of maternal mortality has been widely covered in the news. America is known for being an affluent coun…

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Sept. 3, 2021

Navigating the Complex Landscape of Child Custody with Attorney Kevin…

As the oldest of five children growing up in inner city Detroit, Attorney Kevin Jones learned early on how to defend and protect …

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Aug. 26, 2021

Self-Love, Self-Care and Mental Wellness During a Time of Toxic Polit…

“Toxic politics, social unrest and the pandemic have affected us all, but mental health care is available and effective,” says ho…

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Aug. 20, 2021

What Men Really Want: Part I ”Relationships and Dating”

In the midst of this year’s social and political turbulence, we at Southern Soul Live Stream recognize the need to recalibrate an…

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Aug. 13, 2021

Love Iguehi! – ”Building a Fashion Brand that Represents Me!”

Love Iguehi  Discount Coupon Code "SouthernSoul"   “I’m a lover. I love people, and I want people to feel love when they experi…

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