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Alan Banks
With 40 years in private security, Allen Banks is an expert in active shooter incident prevention. He has served as a recurring news consultant on KFWB in Los Angeles, along with recent segments on CBS, ABC, and NBC affiliates, KCOY, KEYT, KKFX, and KGET. .....more»

Proactive Protection Agency

2019-06-22: Best Practices for Surviving a Mass Shooting

Anthony B. Thompson
Anthony B. Thompson is the pastor of Holy Trinity Reformed Episcopal Church of Charleston. He is a member of the community advisory board of Mother Emanuel AME Church Empowerment Center, as well as the National Board of Foreign Missions of the Reformed Episcopal Church. The Reverend Thompson was married to the late Myra Thompson of Charleston, South Carolina. They have three children and six grandchildren. .....more»

Called to Forgive

2019-07-13: The Power of Forgivness

Carrick Felix
As a former professional athlete, President and CEO, and now motivational speaker, Carrick Felix is a man of unquestionable character and spirit. He is renowned for his achievements on the court and for his track record off the court. The Phoenix, Arizona, native started his academic and basketball career at Millennium High School where his team won the 2008 4A Region State Championship in Arizona under head Coach Mike Lopez. Felix later earned 1st Team All-Region and 1st Team All-State Honors, .....more»

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2019-08-10: Never Too Old to Make it Happen

Cornelia E. Davis M.D.
Dr. Connie Davis is an author, consultant, medical pioneer, wayfarer who has worked in twenty countries over 30 + years in international public health. She was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, then headed up to the Pacific North-West to attend Gonzaga University in Spokane WA. Connie returned to do her medical studies at UC San Francisco School of Medicine. After internship and residency at USC LA County Teaching Hospital, Connie accepted a chance opportunity to work on smallpox eradication .....more»

Dr. Connie's Website

2019-05-11: Eradicating Smallpox in India

Dr. Dee Caroll
Dee Carroll, PhD, is a speaker, coach, and consultant dedicated to helping people liberate themselves from their past and reinvent their lives. After a devastating setback in her own life, Dr. Dee beat the odds to recreate a beautiful life for herself, and is determined to help others do the same. As the Emotional Emancipation Doctor, she aims to lead you to success, empower you to achieve your goals, and guide you to where you want to be.

As a seasoned life coach, Dr. Dee is passionate .....more»

Dr. Dee's website

2019-05-18: Emotional Emancipation

Fiona Harewood
Fiona Harewood always wanted to be an author, but never really thought it possible until she started working as a part-time housekeeper for Karen E. Quinones Miller, bestselling author of “Satin Doll”, and other titles. One day while washing dishes, she told Miller of her dream. “Put together what you have, and I’ll critique it and let you know,” Miller told her.

Harewood didn’t need to hear anything else. Miller was pleased with what she saw. Harewood joined Miller’s writers’ group, .....more»

Fiona's Website

2019-08-10: Never Too Old to Make it Happen

Gerald J. Leonard
Gerald J. Leonard offers a unique approach to accomplishing more productivity in the workplace. As an accomplished musician, creativity, innovation and peak performance are part of his world. Gerald leverages these very principles to give your business the edge needed succeed in a highly competitive workplace. He is the author of Culture Is The Bass: 7 Principles for Developing A Culture That Works and the upcoming book, Workplace Jazz: How to IMPROVISE – 9 Steps to a Successful Agile Project Te .....more»

Gerald's Website

2019-07-06: Culture is the Bass

Harriet Lee Elam-Thomas
Harriet Elam-Thomas grew up in Boston, the youngest of five children. She graduated from Simmons College and later earned a Master’s Degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts. Beginning a four-decade career in the Foreign Service, Elam-Thomas served her first tour in Senegal, worked in public diplomacy in Mali and Cote D’Ivoire, was Cultural Attaché in Athens, Director of the Cultural Center in Istanbul, Counselor of Public Affairs in Brussels, and Counselor of the U.S. Infor .....more»

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2020-07-05: Diversifying Diplomacy

Jennifer Smith
Jennifer Smith is a professor of law at the Florida A&M University College of Law. Before joining the FAMU College of Law, Professor Smith was a partner with Holland & Knight LLP, an international law firm, where she chaired the law firm’s South Florida Health Law Group. She practiced in both the Washington, D.C. and Miami offices. During that time, the Young Lawyers Division of the Washington Bar Association recognized her as “The Young Lawyer of the Year.” Prior to becoming a partner, she was .....more»

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2019-05-18: Emotional Emancipation

Nita Wiggins
The native of Macon, Georgia, titled her memoir Civil Rights Baby because of a lingering motherly hug she shares with Mrs. Rosa Parks before an interview in 1988. Additionally, Nita dissects the effectiveness of the 1964 Civil Rights Act—which passed the year of her birth. As journalist, Nita won the (national) RTNDF’s Michele Clark Fellowship in 1989. She crashed through barriers in television journalism, from 1986 to 2009, working in Dallas, Texas; Seattle, Washington; and other cities. After .....more»

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2019-05-04: Blackface

Patricia Broussard
Professor Patricia Broussard joined the faculty of Florida A&M University College of Law after teaching at Howard University School of Law for seven years. She teaches Constitutional Law I and II, First Amendment, Advance Appellate Advocacy, and Advance Topics on Women and the Law. Professor Broussard began her legal career clerking for the Honorable George W. Mitchell of the District of Columbia Superior Court. She writes in the area of Human Rights with a specialty focus on Female Genital Muti .....more»


2019-06-08: FGM

Stanley Rutherford
Dr. Stanley G. Robertson grew up in a project building on the south side of Chicago. He pleaded temporary insanity and joined the Marine Corps; then trained as a lawyer and earned a doctorate in business. Jack Canfield, creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul, calls Dr. Stan the coolest person he knows; and predicts that Dr. Stan’s new book Quit will be a bestseller. Dr. Stan has come to be known as “the quit doctor” because of his relentless determination to heal the world of the stigma and shame .....more»

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2019-06-01: God and President Trump plus the Rest of Us

Steve Luxenberg
STEVE LUXENBERG is an associate editor at The Washington Post and an award-winning author. During his forty years as a newspaper editor and reporter, Steve has overseen reporting that has earned many national honors, including two Pulitzer Prizes.

His new nonfiction book, Separate: The Story of Plessy v. Ferguson, and America’s Journey from Slavery to Segregation, was published on Feb. 12, 2019. It was named a New York Times Editor’s Choice, as well as a Best Book of the Month by Amazon .....more»

Steve's Website

2019-11-30: America's Journey from Slavery to Segregation

Teesha Haydra
Teesha Hadra, the daughter of Jamaican parents, has a Juris Doctor from the University of Florida. She practiced law for nearly seven years before leaving to begin full time ministry in 2013 at Buckhead Church, an urban campus of North Point Community Church in Atlanta. In 2016, she began working on a M.Div. at Fuller Theological Seminary. She currently serves as the Executive Pastor at Church of the Resurrection, an Anglican Parish in Los Angeles. .....more»

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2020-09-06: Disrupting Racism One Friendship at a Time