Last Sunday I had an opportunity to appear with a few other special guests on Comcast Channel 28 which is a local station here in Wilmington, Delaware.
The host of the program Omar “Showtime” Rashada is also the author of a new book, “From Tears To Glory, The Story of Our Lives” and you may remember that I also appeared on his program a few months ago and he too was a guest on the DelBlogger Podcast.
The two other guests were Dayna Monet, songwriter and singer who just released a single, “Unapologetically Black” and Linwood Jackson, actor and host of his own radio program. During the program and in celebration of Black History Month we shared a story about who most influenced us and of course, I chose Les Brown, as I am a contributor to a book entitled, “Les Brown, Changed Our Lives” – my story is on page 159.
Les Brown has been and always will be the “great motivator” and I listen to him on a regular basis. In addition to my daily Scripture reading, Gratitude Journal writing, I am always encouraged by his story and invite you to check out the book.
Let’s Chat > Who would you chose to be an influencial African American or the ultimate motivator?
2 thoughts on “Showtime on Sunday Celebrating African Americans in the Arts & Influencers”
“Wake up Looking up everything else is gravy” is a great slogan to live! You are such a natural in interviews, so calm and engaging. My choice of an influential African American woman is Michelle Obama and Misty Copeland and the William Sisters. All display grace and are aware of their influence of bringing down walls!