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In this episode, we have some special guests (John Bostwick II, Latrae Rahming, and Ben Boat)that join us to have a discussion on the removal of the Christopher Columbus statue and other nuances of Bahamian history.
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The Youth Perspective
“Where we seek to positively display the Youth of our Nation”
Host: Keshagen Adderley
SEASON 6 EPISODES
On this episode of The Youth Perspective we speak to Mr. Stefphan Sands (Partner) with Grace Management Group, Xavier Knowles (Partner) The Island Hunt & Ms. Samantha Culmer Youth Officer (Division of Youth). We discuss National Youth Month here in the Bahamas. With a myriad of events for the young people to take part in as well as shining the spotlight on those that are doing incredible things in our nation. This episode promises to be a great one! Set your clocks and tune in! #iamresilient #nym2020
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Imagine a land where it’s people have been in a perpetual state of emergency for almost a year, where their leaders have been selling natural resources and keeping profits for themselves, imagine unemployment funds decreasing in amount continuously and bills rising aggressively , well imagine no more…. welcome to The Bahamas! In the midst of it all, Lans tells a story of when his grandfather had political rage and killed him and his siblings, one time and Keys remembers his younger days of wooing older chicks. Oh, and Master Yoda reveals the force is strong in the Keys! Buckle up for the ride!
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Season 2 will be the year we remember for the uncertainty, the pivot.
Although our production was a bit different this season, we were still able to provide our listeners with more marketing and business tips.
This episode, our host, Kristen Jones is ending this season with a discussion with friends on all things marketing. She is joined by Krista Nairn, Michelle Reckley, Kandice Cargill and Bodine Victoria.
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Vote Vote Vote
We decided to change it up for this one episode and encourage people to vote. History is being made right now!
It’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the MUVAS are unpacking it all tonight! Tune in as the ladies discuss the impact of domestic violence, when to walk away, and the myths about men who are abused.
It goes without saying that we all had big plans as to what this year would bring. We walked into 2020 with a certainty that this would be our year, but then a global pandemic emerged, followed by unprecedented job loss and one of the greatest social justice uprisings of modern times.
Although many of this year’s events were unplanned, it is important to always look for the lesson or blessing in the unknown. Today’s guest aligns with this message and believes in the power of pivoting in order to break societal barriers and redefine resilience.
Gary Williams is Co-Founder and creative powerhouse of The Creative Theory Agency – a full service marketing agency specializing in diversity consulting and cultural storytelling. Gary leads and works with a team of award winning creatives including clients such as: Google, Youtube, Under Armour, Nike, BMW, and more. His impact connects companies and communities across the globe through the creation of compelling content driven by inclusive ideas and authentic narratives.
With grace he exemplifies the power of combining art, storytelling, and support by curating virtual experiences in impactful and thoughtful ways.
Key discussion points from this episode include:
- The Creation Of The Resilience Project – 7:47
- Amplifying Your Project By Aligning Your Mission With Sponsors – 14:49
- The Importance Of Sharing Stories – 19:39
- How To Handle Uncertainty – 27:20
- Financial Literacy And The Connection Between Purpose and Wealth – 32:03
This episode is brought to you by Capital One. I love partnering with Capital One because we both share a similar mission and message. We are both passionate about purpose and community. When I heard of their latest initiative “resilience reimagined”, I knew that I wanted to be a part of telling the inspiring stories of individuals and communities who are finding new ways to work, connect, build, and grow in this new climate. Of course, all thoughts and opinions are our own.
The Power of a Pivot Takeaways
- “Our plans might have changed, but our purpose didn’t.” – Gary Williams
- “Our purpose is still the same, we just have to change the plan.” – Gary Williams
- “Deliver the same value, but with the formats that you have available to you.” – Patrice Washington
- “Stories make way for empathy, and when we have empathy we can better coexist together and understand each other.” – Gary Williams
- “People need to see themselves in someone else’s story to know it’s possible for them.” Patrice Washingon
- “Resilience is my superpower.” – Patrice Washington
- “Resilience requires relationships.” – Patrice Washington
- “Blank slates mean opportunity.” – Gary Williams
- “We operate in an understanding that things will change, things will come and things will go, but most importantly, what’s for us is for us.” – Gary Williams
- “Be grateful for the work that we have and not broken by the work that we don’t get.” – Gary Williams
- “I do what I’m supposed to do and let God do what I can’t do.” – Gary Williams
- “I’m doing what’s naturally possible and expecting God to do what’s supernaturally impossible for me.” – Gary Williams
- “When you know your purpose you can better understand how to operate in this world financially.” – Gary Williams
- “Financial literacy and wealth is a major part of living a fulfilled life.” – Gary Williams
Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions
And with that, let’s dig into Gary’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.
“Success is the ability to operate within your purpose without being attached to the method of how you get there ”
Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:
“Knowledge. Investment. Savings.”
One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:
The Purpose Driven Life – Rick Warren
Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:
“My name is Gary Wiliams, Jr. and to me the truth about wealth is it’s not attached to money, it’s attached to mental and spiritual health.”
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The Wife discusses For Lesbians By Lesbians Porn, Single Dick Household, Teen Hitchhiking, Bus Stop Boobs, Lesbian Logistics, 1-week OnlyFans, La Güera Kass, and the Biggest Mexican Dude you’ve ever seen with Ms. Kass and Frank
This Episode includes Ms. Kass, Frank, and The Wife and was Recorded on 08/29/2020 at and The Wife Studio
Thanks to Ms. Kass of “Lady Instincts” Podcast for hanging out with us!
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Podcast family this Market Watch we invited Prath again from Cadence Alternative Investments to break down Private Credit. Keren also gives her strange but interesting version of “Credit Credit”. POd up people you do not want to miss this episode!
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In this special episode of Black Girl Podcast, actress Ashley Blaine Featherson joins Alysha and Gia to discuss her new role in Hulu’s “Bad Hair.” The new satirical horror film– from “Dear White People” director Justin Simien– examines how Black women have often been forced to internalize white beauty ideologies to thrive in various situations. The conversation leads to a dialogue about personal hair and self-love journey’s, and Ashley reveals her prayer for Black women. Check her out, alongside Vanessa Williams, Kelly Rowland, Lena Waithe and more, in “Bad Hair,” streaming on Hulu now.
This week Dr. Taylor Elam Ray is helping us bring this series to a close with deep reflection, uncomfortable truths, and tools to help do the necessary work to mend relationships.
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Whether you are knocking on the door of olderhood or you are just starting. your very first job, which actually pays into your pension fund, NOW is the time to start thinking about your retirement years.
Many of us will (or maybe not) receive a government pension cheque when we have decided to retire from working. Others will have private pension cheques due to us during those years.
If you are blessed to receive both or one, it is time for you to start thinking about how much money you will need in your olderhood because if that number is GREATER THAN the project value of your pension account at that time.
We need to start thinking of alternative ways to get you the money you need when you’ve decided to step out of the working world.
In this episode, I am sharing with you basic information on pensions plus giving my recommendations on when you should start caring about your fund/account balance.
My conversation today is with artist, author, legal scholar and activist Olave Nduwanje. Working across anti-racism, LGBTQ rights, anti-capitalism and disability movements, Olave brings to this conversation a wonderfully expansive understanding of Blackness, queerness and trans identities. Olave calls us to an understanding of Blackness that is capacious, that contains within it the possibilities of everything we are and can be – and she offers that so many of the ideas we’ve internalised about our Blackness are inherently anti-Black.
Olave discusses how her trans body is read by white and Black people alike, as an indication of some promised future; how she’s using her artistic practice to explore intra-communal conversations about intimacy and race; and why solidarity isn’t solidarity, unless you’re willing to give something up. Olave suggests that when we die, we’ll care more about whether we showed up for people than the things we surrounded ourselves with.
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This conversation forms part of a special series funded by the European Cultural Foundation to explore queer Black solidarity across Europe during the Covid-19 crisis.
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Olympic sprinter Justin Gatlin is still living life in the fast lane. He’s 38 and training for the Tokyo Summer Games in 2021.
Justin opens up on Behind the Mask Podcast about making an Olympic comeback after taking the gold in the 100-meter dash back in 2004… sixteen years ago.
Justin also goes in-depth with HOF Nominee Takeo Spikes and NFL Vet Tutan Reyes about:
- Returning to track and field after doping suspensions
- His epic rivalry with Olympian Usain Bolt
- His thoughts on sprinter Christian Coleman
- His personal track and field heroes
- His past tryouts for NFL teams
- His upcoming eRace Racism event with NFL players
- Overcoming obstacles and staying motivated
- Plus, so much more
Justin shares his highs and lows with Takeo and Tutan in this inspirational episode of the Behind the Mask Podcast, voted the Best Sports Podcast by the Black Podcasting Awards.
On this addition of the HHU Podcast SamAnt & O’God sit down with Kadeem Hardison as we talk about A Different World, Vampire In Brooklyn Panther & More!
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