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In recognition of Women’s History Month, Black PR Wire has partnered with WAMR – DB the Women’s Station to showcase their Sistas Who Succeed Webinar. Sistas Who Succeed, now in its third year, is a special initiative to showcase the great contributions and work of women of color throughout the nation. Sistas who Succeed will broadcast on this venue, Zoom and Facebook live. On March 24th at 2 p.m., Black PR Wire, Women Grow strong, and their partners will host the Sistas Who Succeed Webinar. ...
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Thrivin' In Color

Black Pr Wire, Inc.

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Black PR Wire's "Thrivin' in Color" is a podcast that provides a conversation with amazing sistas and brothas from around the country who are doing - straight up- some exceptional things in today's society. They are on a mission to make it happen for our communities 24/7!
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As we continue to spread awareness during National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, Camry sits down with Dr. Nicole Cammack, President and CEO of Black Mental Wellness, Corp. Dr. Cammack sheds light on the mental health struggles within the Black community while providing helpful tips and resources for those of us who are battling with menta…
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July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month! In this episode, “America’s Psychologist,” Dr. Jeffrey Gardere joins the podcast to share his expertise on mental health concerns in the Black community and the importance of taking care of our mental health. To stay connected with Black PR Wire Follow us on: Facebook: Black PR Wire Instagram…
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During Mother’s Day, we commemorate and show appreciation to mothers and all they do. To mark this ocassion, Muffy Mendoza, founder and CEO of Brown Mamas, joins the Thrivin’ in Color podcast for an insightful conversation about the impact of her remarkable organization on mothers across the nation. To stay connected with Black PR Wire Follow us on…
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Natalie White's journey in sports management, advocacy, and youth development is truly inspiring. From discovering her passion for basketball at a young age to becoming a senior vice president for the Los Angeles Sparks, she has excelled in her career and given back to the community through her personal nonprofit and foundation.…
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As we continue celebrating Sistas Who Succeed during Women's History Month, we are delighted to welcome Dawn Grace-Jones —a woman with many hats — to this episode. Dawn's diverse roles as an author, registered nurse, and special magistrate exemplify the depth and breadth of women's contributions to society. Join us for an empowering discussion on h…
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As we celebrate Women’s History Month, Ms. Pamela Bakewell, a woman of many hats, joins Thrivin’ in Color for an inspirational discussion on her journey to being a trailblazing businesswoman. To stay connected with Black PR Wire Follow us on: Facebook: Black PR Wire Instagram: @BlackPRWire X: BlackPRWire LinkedIn: Black PR Wire., Inc. YouTube: @bla…
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Tune into another exciting episode of Thrivin' in Color as we sit down with Terysa Ridgeway, author of "Think Like A Computer" and a dynamic Technical Program Manager at Google. Join us in this eye-opening discussion as we celebrate Black women in tech and dive into how Terysa is paving the way for the next generation of Black boys and girls in STE…
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In recognition of this year's Black History Month theme, African Americans and the Arts, Ruth E. Carter, a two-time Academy Award-winning for best costume design, joined the Thrivin’ in Color podcast for a spectacular conversation about her legendary career. To stay connected with Black PR Wire Follow us on: Facebook: Black PR Wire Instagram: @Blac…
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It’s International Creativity Month, and we’re sitting down with Fatima Jones, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer at the legendary Apollo Theater. Fatima discusses her remarkable career and gives us some insight into what the Apollo has in store in celebration of its 90th Anniversary in 2024! To stay connected with Black PR Wire Follow us o…
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In this latest podcast episode, we delve into a critical issue affecting the Black Community—HIV/AIDS. Joining us is Grazell Howard, the Board Chair of the Black AIDS Institute, who brings essential insights and vital information about the impact of HIV/AIDS and the significant work being done by the Black AIDS Institute. Tune in to gain valuable p…
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In this insightful episode, we explore the often-overlooked aspect of the holiday season – the holiday blues. Dr. Christine Crawford, a seasoned adult and child psychiatrist based in Boston and Associate Medical Director at the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), joins us to shed light on coping strategies and practical tips for those navig…
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Tune in as we sit down with Sam Dolciné, founder and host of the Black Real Estate Dialogue. In this episode, Sam shares tailored insights for the Black community, from navigating property investments to building generational wealth. Join us for an insightful discussion that will empower you with the knowledge to shape your financial destiny. To st…
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Thrivin’ In Color Podcast celebrates the spirit of entrepreneurship with a special episode featuring Danesha Smith—a trailblazing entrepreneur and proud owner of a McDonald's franchise. In this inspiring conversation, Danesha shares her journey into the world of franchise ownership, offering McExcellent tips and insights for aspiring business owner…
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November marks National Diabetes Month, and Leon Rock, Co-Founder and CEO of the African American Diabetes Association, joins Thrivin’ in Color for a discussion on Diabetes in the Black community. He reveals some important facts and information that we all can use. Podcast Episode CTA : To stay connected with Black PR Wire Follow us on: Facebook: B…
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In this episode, Jehan “J” Carter of The Black Lawyers Podcast joins Thrivin’ in Color to discuss her career as a creative entrepreneur and lawyer. To stay connected with Black PR Wire Follow us on: Facebook: Black PR Wire Instagram: @BlackPRWire X: BlackPRWire LinkedIn: Black PR Wire., Inc. YouTube: @blackprwire Website: BlackPRwire.com…
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In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we sit down with the resilient founder of Sisters Network Inc., Karen E. Jackson, a trailblazing organization supporting Black women battling breast cancer. As a four-time survivor, she shares poignant moments from her personal journey, sheds light on the disparities faced by Black women in breast ca…
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In this episode, we sit down with Rev. Lennox Yearwood, Jr., President and CEO of the Hip Hop Caucus. Tune in as we discuss political Hip Hop and its impact on the Black Community. To stay connected with Black PR Wire Follow us on: Facebook: Black PR Wire Instagram: @BlackPRWire X: BlackPRWire LinkedIn: Black PR Wire., Inc. YouTube: @blackprwire We…
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In this episode, Camry sits down with Regina Hartfield, CEO and President of the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Inc. (SCDAA). Enjoy this enlightening conversation as Regina shares important information about sickle cell disease and its impact on African Americans. Explore more about sickle cell disease and get involved: SCD Masterclass…
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Enjoy this exciting episode as host Camry Brown sits down with travel journalist, Jeff Jenkins, of Never Say Never with Jeff Jenkins. Tune is as he shares his story and all his thrilling travel adventures. To stay connected with Black PR Wire Follow us on: Facebook: Black PR Wire Instagram: @BlackPRWire X: BlackPRWire LinkedIn: Black PR Wire., Inc.…
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This episode features an insightful conversation with Brandon Johnson, the Branch Chief of the Suicide Prevention Branch at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). SAMHSA is the leading agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services responsible for advancing the nation's behavioral health. Brandon joi…
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Host Camry Brown closes out Black Business Month with the CEO and Founder of Change Enthusiasm Global, Cassandra Worthy. Enjoy an insightful conversation on how she is taking the business world by storm with her approach to change. To stay connected with Black PR Wire follow us on: Facebook: Black PR Wire Instagram: @BlackPRWire X: BlackPRWire Link…
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In this special episode in recognition of Breastfeeding Awareness Month and Black Breastfeeding Week podcast host Camry Brown sits down with special guest Dr. Kimarie Bugg, CEO of Reaching Our Sisters Everywhere, Inc. (ROSE), to discuss the breastfeeding disparities in the Black Community. Called Mama Bugg by individuals near and far, Dr. Bugg is a…
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Join the conversation as host Camry Brown sits down with the pioneering psychologist and founder of The AAKOMA Project, Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble. Enjoy this enlightening episode as she shares tips for students battling mental health. To stay connected with Black PR Wire on Social Media, follow @blackprwire on Facebook, Instagram, X (formerly Twitte…
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Join the conversation as host Camry Brown sits down with the award-winning publicist, Candice Nicole, Founder & CEO of Candice Nicole Public Relations. Delve into this intriguing episode as she shares her journey into the world of Public Relations and how she became a full-time entrepreneur. To stay connected with Black PR Wire on Social Media, fol…
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Join host Camry Brown in this empowering podcast episode in celebration of Black Business Month. Camry sits down with AuJ’ye, founder/CEO of the athleisure brand auJ’ye, to discuss how she is empowering individuals to embrace comfort and style. Tune in for an inspiring discussion highlighting Black excellence, innovation, and the fusion of fashion …
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Tune into an inspiring conversation as host Camry Brown sits down with the first Black man to chair the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Okorie Ramsey. Get the scoop on how he has impacted the accounting industry and his plans as he takes on this new role. To stay connected with Black PR Wire on Social Media, follow @blac…
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This episode of Thrivin’ in Color dives into the crucial topic of mental health in the Black community with the incredible Dr. Charles Daniels Jr. Join us as he unravels the misconceptions, tackles pressing issues, and offers invaluable resources for those or those dealing with mental health challenges.…
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In the latest episode of the Thrivin' in Color podcast, LaToya Bond, a renowned Marketing Strategist and thought leader, takes center stage. As the founder and CEO of The BBM Agency, a woman-owned brand architecture agency, LaToya shares her inspiring journey as a business owner, mother, and influential figure in the brand marketing industry.…
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In observance of National Minority Health Month, this episode of BPRW’s Thrivin’ In Color features Dr. Adedapo Iluyomade, a renowned preventative cardiologist at Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, part of Baptist Health. Dr. Iluyomade joined Thrivin’ In Color Host Camry Brown to discuss the importance of a healthy heart.…
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In this episode of BPRW's Thrivin' In Color, you'll meet Yanique DaCosta, a Jamaican born sista who is taking the graphic design world by storm! She's a successful business exec, and she's the first - ever - Black President of the Graphic Artists Guild. Tune in and check out her amazing story!By Black PR Wire, Inc.
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She's a former beauty queen, and former college professor. She's the author of a best-selling book, the CEO of a super successful business, and she's the Senior Pastor of a mega church in South Florida. And that's just a few of her amazing accolades and accomplishments. Without a doubt, this multi-talented and highly gifted individual is a Sista Wh…
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Tune in for a healthy and candid conversation with Dr. Deborah George, DDS - the EVP and Chief Dental Officer at Jessie Trice Community Health System; and Dr. John Nelson, DDS - the President of the Miami-Dade County Dental Society and Midtown Dental. The two will talk about the importance of having and maintaining healthy teeth, and so much more.…
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In this first podcast broadcast, Thrivin' In Color sat down with Bernadette Morris, founder, owner and CEO of Sonshine Communications, Black PR Wire and Women Grow Strong. During this conversation, listeners will hear from a woman who is a serious mover and shaker in the community, and a gifted and talented business executive nationwide. She will s…
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(BPRW) Sistas Who Succeed Women’s History Month Webinar (Black PR Wire) In honor of Women’s History Month, Black PR Wire in partnership with WAMR – DB THE WOMAN STATION , will sponsor Women Grow Strong’s Sistas Who Succeed – A Women’s History Month Webinar. The Webinar will take place on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 and will be available via Zoom and …
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In recognition of Women’s History Month, Black PR Wire has partnered with WAMR-DB THE WOMAN STATION to showcase their Sistas Who Succeed Webinar. Sistas Who Succeed, now in its third year, is a special initiative to showcase the great contributions and work of women of color throughout the nation Leading up to the event, Sistas Who Succeed will rev…
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In recognition of Women’s History Month, Black PR Wire has partnered with WAMR – DB the Women’s Station to showcase their Sistas Who Succeed Webinar. Sistas Who Succeed, now in its third year, is a special initiative to showcase the great contributions and work of women of color throughout the nation. Sistas who Succeed will broadcast on this venue…
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