Debbie Williams is the creator and host of the one-of-a-kind storytelling podcast featured.

Created in 2020, each episode is designed to delve into stories from Debbie’s past in a unique way with real emotions and feelings. Delving into the latest big topics including mental health, BLM, and of course Covid-19.

You’ll also get light relief with Debbie’s humour and wit which shines through the microphone as she transports you into a bit of escapism for around 10 mins, which let’s face it – we could all do with at times.

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EXPOSED – Time to Put an End to Social Injustice & Inequality DEBBIE WILLIAMS's Podcast

Deborah Burris-Kitchen is a Teacher, Educator, Social Activist and Author.  She is currently a Professor of Criminology and Department Chair at the Tennessee State University in Nashville.  She has served as President of the Association of Humanist Sociology. She has also been a member of the American Society of Criminology and the American Sociological Association, and an activist who fights against violence, racism, exploitation, greed, and capitalism.  In this episode she shares her story about writing her latest book – EXPOSED – Time to Put an End to Social Injustice & Inequality.Linkshttps://deborahburriskitchen.comdebbiewilliamspodcast.comSupport the show
  1. EXPOSED – Time to Put an End to Social Injustice & Inequality
  2. Remembering the Windrush Generation
  3. The Sound of Her Voice: My Blind Parents' Story – Mary Harper
  4. From Athlete to an Entrepreneur
  5. An Advocate for Cerebral Palsy – David Figueroa