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

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  • Jan Harrison, author of" Life After the Storm:God Will Carry You Through"

    Talks about when her soon died while on a missions trip in Africa unexpectedly. Harrison began her process of healing and began writing about how she got through it all.

    4/13/2015
  • Taliah Waajid, CEO of Taliah Waajid natural hair care products

    Talks about the 9th annual World Natural Hair Care Conference. The event includes hair workshops, hair shows, courses and vendors. Waajid also gave tips on how to care for natural hair for men and women.

    4/13/2015
  • MJ Corcoran, certified parent coach and educator,

    Talks about this prom season and graduation and how parent meed to have "the talk" with their teens about drinking. She has a program called "Family Talk About Drinking", because most parents don't know what to say to their children.

    4/13/2015
  • Dr. Norman Doidge, author of The Brain's Way of Healing:Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neur

    Talks about the amazing process of neuroplastic healing helps patients suffering with MS, Parkinson, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, autism, ADD/ADHD dementia and other neurological diseases.

    4/13/2015
  • Eddie Champion, Dale Hill and Kenny Collins

    Talk about the Rodbenders Bass Club and the annual anglers tournament coming up in West Point this month. The tournament includes about 150 boats with the Big Fish prize being $6000, also includes a kids zone and prizes.

    4/13/2015
  • Dr. Joyce Morley

    Psychotherapist and relationship expert talks about how to deal with bad attitudes and bad behaviors. Morley gave 10 tips on handling both.

    4/7/2015
  • Dr. John Wilson, President of Morehouse College and Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock, Sr. Pastor of Ebenezer Church

    Talks about the Martin Luther King International Chapel at Morehouse where many dignitaries have spoken or visited and The motto is "The dreamer may have died, but the dream lives on."

    4/7/2015
  • Harold Holloway

    Gospel artist talks about his career and monthly The Gospel Brunch happening at Eddie's Attic. The brunch is hosted by Rickie McKinley, a member of the Blinds Boys of Alabama and features a blue grass gospel group. ***BTH

    4/7/2015
  • Bethany Haley-Williams, executive Director of Exile International and author of the book "The Color of Grace"

    Talks about the ministry which restores Africa's former child soldiers and children orphaned by war.

    4/7/2015
  • Kerri Swope, Sr.Director & Household Tax Expert for Care.com

    Homepay helps to sort out our tax responsibility for household help such as; baby sitters, housekeepers, nannies, dog walkers, gardeners.

    4/7/2015
  • Lynnette Jackson, author of "Hollow"

    Talks about how challenge after challenge in her life left her hollow inside and what she had to do to change her destiny.

    4/2/2015
  • Williams Benston, CEO of Sector 7

    Talks about an docufilm entitled, "It Has Begun" which proves that the Bible is factual information and real-time events while detailing the importance of salvation.

    4/2/2015
  • Graham Forbes, Seafood Markets Lead with Green Peace US

    Talks about how the top 3 tuna brands; Bumble Bee, Chicken of the Sea and StarKist are responsible for killing thousands of sea turtles, rays and sharks....

    4/2/2015
  • Elder Bobby Little from Resurrection House

    For All Nations talks about the activities for Easter weekend such as; Prayer Rally at the State Capitol, Good Friday Service and a Resurrection Parade depicting the death, burial and Resurrection of Jesus Christ.

    4/1/2015
  • Peter Morton, VP of Development at Autism Speaks and Denine Torr, Director of Community Initiatives at Dollar General

    Talks about the "Light it Up Blue" Global Campaign for World Autism Awareness Day April 2, where landmarks, businesses, homes and communities show their support. Dollar General raises money throughout the month for Autism

    3/31/2015
  • Minister Kendal Richardson, Founder of The Grapevine HIV/AIDS Foundation

    Talks about his 9th Annual Youth AIDS Walk at Piedmont Park. The event features speakers and performing artists.

    3/19/2015
  • Tim Erblich, CEO of the Ethisphere Institute and Audrey Tillman, Executive Vice President and General Counsel for AFLAC

    Talk about the comprehensive survey of corporations and companies across the globe who are honored to be listed among the most ethical companies. AFLAC is a nine time winner.

    3/19/2015
  • Emmenette Mason, Founder of the IXGEN Youth Empowerment Program

    Trains, equips and motivates the next generation of micro-entrepreneurs. Mason offers life skills, leadership and business skills through workshops and a summer program.

    3/19/2015
  • Women 2 Women Conference

    Sonjia Young, Producer, Founder of Women 2 Women talks about the conference where multi-generational women share life lessons and experiences to inspire, empower and transform one another.

    3/5/2015
  • Bee Stings, Bumble Bees and Butterflies

    Stevie Flowers, cancer survivor and author of Bee Stings, Bumble Bees and Butterflies talks about her book which chronicles her journey from her stage 4 diagnosis to a double mastectomy to breast augmentation to complete recovery.

    3/5/2015
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