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EXPOSED – Time to Put an End to Social Injustice & Inequality

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.

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Remembering the Windrush Generation

This week, we welcome Tony Fairweather who opened one of the first Black bookshops in the UK, before going on to work for The Voice newspaper, where he managed The Voice book club. In 1989 he founded ‘The Write Thing’, an events company established to promote Black authors such as Bernardine Evaristo, Dr Maya Angelou, Alice Walker, Toni Morrison, Terry McMillan, and many more. Now an author himself, he is also the founder and curator of the Windrush Collection, a touring exhibition of artefacts associated with the Windrush generation. 


  • https://www.windrushcollection.com/
  • https://www.hoperoadpublishing.com/twenty-eight-pounds-ten-shillings-a-windrush-story-75th-anniversary-edition

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The Sound of Her Voice: My Blind Parents' Story – Mary Harper

This week Mary Harper, author of the book entitled The Sound of Her Voice: My Blind Parents’ Story, shares how she documented her parents remarkable lives from the time they fell in love at the Indiana School for the Blind through their challenges, determination, and successes.


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An Advocate for Cerebral Palsy – David Figueroa

This week David Figueroa shares his story and journey of being diagnosed with cerebral palsy since birth.  His disability left him unable to speak until 8 years old, however, in spite of this, he went on to succeed as a former three-sport athlete, a teacher, a motivational speaker, a fitness instructor and a podcaster.  He shares his story as an advocate for others with cerebral palsy and to demonstrate that you can achieve anything.



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Decoding the Body – Emotions

This weeks guest is Ashley Valliere, a Personal Fitness Trainer, Massage Therapist and is now completing her Bodynamic Muscular Psychotherapy program.  Along her journey she noticed some peculiar things with her clients over the years, most notably emotional outbursts in sessions, she also took a special interest in people’s posture and body language.  She specialises in decoding the body, learning how to navigate how it communicates and emotional intelligence. 

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Let's Talk About Cancer

This week  Dan Hegerich, a 6 x cancer survivor shares his story of having to battle an aggressive form of cancer over a 6-year period.  He is now a life and wellness coach with a focus on self-empowerment and self-healing.  To coincide with world cancer day – a day that unites people, communities and entire countries to raise awareness, he shares his transformative story and experience of what he learnt as a cancer survivor.  


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Overcoming Anxiety

This week, Sangita Dosanjh shares her story of overcoming anxiety with a breathing technique that changed her life.  Anxiety is a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can be mild or severe.  But some people find it hard to control their worries. Their feelings of anxiety are more constant and can often affect their daily lives.  Listen to find out more!



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Focus on the Positive

This week Marcus Tomlinson is on a mission to create a worldwide community where people feel less stressed, think more effectively and enjoy personal and professional success. Most importantly, a community where people feel truly fulfilled. An example of this is teaching the 7 Key Mindsets which enable people to become more positive, proactive, and productive. He helps people realise they have true influence over how they think, feel, and act. The result is living a more fulfilled and balanced life where you are motivated to take positive action, feel great, and smile more often.  In this episode, we focus on the positive.  



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Creating a Business Based on Your Passion

Hanna Noel is a Business Alignment Coach. She believes that your experience is your expertise, empowering you to create a business that lights you up based on your passions and lifestyle. Her goal in life is to make people feel seen, heard, included, valued and appreciated.  In this episode she shares her empowering story of how she helps others realise their dreams.



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