Define Yourself For Yourself & Keep Rising To The Top!


Join Dr. Culbreth on Thursday, June 25, 2015 on Complexity Talk Radio for three thought-provoking segments.

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Listener Line:  Call in to ask questions, comment or share:  914-338-1308

 

Segment One

Meet two extraordinary women in business, Ms. Myra Rowan and Ms. Kristen Johnson, owners of Fly High With Me.

  • Learn how to be successful and make extra income and/or design your dream vacation package.

 

Segment Two

Define Yourself for Yourself and Keep Rising to the Top.  Join Dr. Culbreth for an intriguing segment on defining who you are.

Topics:

  • Define Yourself For Yourself
  • The Abyss of OPD and Public Shaming
    Your Identity
    Validate Yourself
    My Shoes
    Let Them Talk
    Be Bigger, Better and Bolder
    Living Your Dream
    Empower Yourself
    Nothing Can or Will Stop You
    Severing Ties and Moving On
    Keep Rising To The Top

 

Segment Three

Where Do We Go From Here?

  • The Status of Black America
  • Race relations
  • Moving forward
  • The Unity Train

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People Get Ready!


It Takes A Village

The old saying that “music washes away from the soul, the dust of everyday life” (Auerbach) is so true. Today someone posted Curtis Mayfield and The Impressions’ People Get Ready on Facebook and as I listened to the song, I was deeply moved because of the plethora of social ills that are going on in society.  There was a  time when music lifted and inspired, and gave people hope, especially Black people. Songs like Say it Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud (James Brown); Give More Power To The People (The Chi-Lites);  Give The People What They Want (The O’Jays); My People…Hold On (Eddie Kendricks); Respect Yourself (The Staple Singers); To Be Young Gifted and Black (Nina Simone); and Love Train (The O’Jay’s) to name a few.  These songs made it possible for Black people to keep on keeping on with pride, dignity and a hope that even despair could…

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Journal of Colorism Studies


I am proud to announce that the Journal of Colorism Studies​ is available in 192 libraries. As Editor-in-Chief, I am so proud. Our next issue will be published in November of 2015 with a special thematic issue titled “Celebrating, Embracing and Empowering Girls and Women of Color.” We have received many wonderful submissions and are busy reviewing. To everyone submitting manuscripts, thank you for your support.

In unity,
Dr. Donnamaria Culbreth​
Editor-in-Chief
Journal of Colorism Studies

Define Yourself For Yourself & Keep Rising To The Top!


Join Dr. Culbreth for a commentary on why it is important to Define Yourself for Yourself!

Straight to the point with no chaser!

Thursday, June 18, 2015 at 8:00 pm EST

Complexity Talk Radio – Complexity Live

Listener Line: 914-338-1308

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Topics:

  • Define Yourself For Yourself
  • The Abyss of OPD and Public Shaming
    Your Identity
    Validate Yourself
    My Shoes
    Let Them Talk
    Be Bigger, Better and Bolder
    Living Your Dream
    Empower Yourself
    Nothing Can or Will Stop You
    Severing Ties and Moving On
    Keep Rising To The Top

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