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Twanda Black Hosts KISS 104.1's weekly public affairs program "Business in the Black"

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  • Ann Thomas, minister, speaker and author of The New Consecrated Cocoon

    Talks about relationships in part 2. Thomas discusses mothers raising sons the right way, mother-daughter relationships, father-daughter relationships and submission in the marriage.

    2/1/2016
  • Jessica Edwards, Producer/Director of the documentary MAVIS!

    Talks about the life & career of this gospel, soul, music & civil rights icon. Edwards saw Mavis Staples perform and was so moved that she spent 1 year with her traveling, completing a new project called, "Livin on a High Note"

    2/1/2016
  • Rev. Dr. Reginald Davis, Pastor of First Baptist Church

    Founded in 1776 by slaves, one of the country's oldest African American churches, celebrates its anniversary. The church will be ringing the bell which has not worked since the days of Jim Crow.

    2/1/2016
  • Dr. Scott Adzick, Surgeon-in-Chief at Children's Hospital

    Talks about the more than 150,000 American babies born with birth defects each year. The pioneering fetal surgeon performs many miracles while the babies are still in the womb and has a high success rate.

    2/1/2016
  • Ann Thomas, speaker and writer

    Talks about her book "The Consecrated Cocoon-Emerging from Intimate isolation with Power and Purpose". Thomas discusses the arduous transformation of the caterpillar into a beautiful butterfly, and relates it to us.

    1/25/2016
  • Anthony Evans, a Christian singer-songwriter

    Talks about the new movie "Caged No More" which shines a spotlight on the fastest growing crime in the world- Sex Trafficking!

    1/25/2016
  • Derreck Kayongo, Newly Appointed CEO of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights

    Talks about the ML King exhibit and other exhibits at the Center. He shares how the other programs and initiatives are giving a voice to the community for dialogue around critical issues.

    1/25/2016
  • Kim Stebbings, US President of DySIS Medical

    Talks about the new colonoscopy diagnostic exam which is a high resolution digital image of the cervix and uses a touch screen to allow a normal assessment of the cervical area.

    1/25/2016
  • Thelma Wells, Speaker with the Women of Faith: Loved-The Farewell Tour

    Talks about her 20 year journey with the ladies on the tour & how they come together to bring hope & love to women all over the world with their stories and how they made it through them.

    1/19/2016
  • Xernona Clayton, Founder and CEO of The Trumpet Awards

    This year the Trumpets will honor 23 women who serve in government among others, The International Walk of Fame, Youth Parade and a Soulful Ending Celebration.

    1/19/2016
  • Nancy Lewis, CEO of Progressive Techniques

    Talks about The Prayer & Prosperity Business Brunch for people who want to learn how to run a business by Kingdom standards.

    1/19/2016
  • Dr. David Ludwig, Renowned Endocrinologist

    Talks about his book "Always Hungry? conquer Cravings, Retrain Your Fat Cells & Lose Weight Permanently". His studies show that overeating doesn't make you fat; the process of getting fat makes you overeat.

    1/19/2016
  • Dr. Joyce Morley, Psychotherapist and relationship expert

    Talks about "just because it's the new year, it does not mean you have to start over". Many people did not complete their goals set in 2015 and most times will throw those by the way side and begin something new.

    1/11/2016
  • John Hope Bryant, Founder of Operation Hope

    The leading financial dignity non-profit is hosting its annual Hope Global Forum in Atlanta. The event is expected to draw some of the biggest name in finance, philanthropy, entertainment, business, civic leadership and more.

    1/11/2016
  • Sashe Omogiate, CEO of Imani Within

    An organization which helps those in need with addiction, depression & suicide. Omogiate produces videos using real life stories to witness to others.

    1/11/2016
  • Nurse Heather Sulzbach

    Talks about the second most common cancer among women in the US, breast cancer. Close to 200k are living with metastatic breast cancer, an aggressive form that spreads to other organs of the body like the brain, lungs or liver.

    1/11/2016
  • Dr. Joyce Morley, Psychotherapist and relationship expert

    Talks about "just because it's the new year, it does not mean you have to start over". Many people did not complete their goals set in 2015 and most times will throw those by the way side and begin something new.

    1/4/2016
  • Terrell Dinkins, Financial Advisor and author of "One Bucket at a Time- A Woman's Guide to Creating Wealth"

    Talks about how to achieve "calm wealth" that is, it can not be quantified with a dollar amount. Dinkins says wealth has less to do with money and more to do with the lifestyle you want to live today and in the future.

    1/4/2016
  • Phillip Rhodes, Managing Editor of Garden & Gun

    Talks about 'The Southerner's Cookbook- Recipes, Wisdom and Stories" The book runs the gamut from fried chicken in Mississippi to roadside BBQ in North Carolina to white table cloths with creole cuisine in New Orleans.

    1/4/2016
  • Dr. Toni Alvarado, Co-Pastor of Grace International Church

    Talks about her new book "Stoking the Fire of Your Dreams" which tells the reader how to get through adversity to maximize your full potential.

    1/4/2016
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