Sisters' Time/WomenSpeak with Dazon
STWS is an audio magazine featuring the life, health, rhythm and culture of African women and those of you who love us. We lift up the stories and lived experiences of Black women and girls in ALL our diversities, while holding it down for the social change, racial, sexual and reproductive justice and human rights that we all need and deserve. Dignity, Love, Truth & Transparency guide our stories of transformation and liberation.
Dr. Corey Hebert is a practicing physician, Chief Medical Editor for WDSU-NBC TV and also a radio talk show host. He is currently an on-air contributor for the Discovery Channel and the Dr. Oz television show.
BLACK NEWS CHANNEL
As an innovative and life-changing network, BNC’s mission is to provide intelligent programming that is informative, educational, entertaining, inspiring and empowering to its African American audience. BNC is an independent network, minority owned and operated. BNC is the nation’s only provider of 24/7 cable news programming created “by people of color for people of color.” BNC illuminates truth by authentically representing our dynamic African American communities.
BLACK Men In White Coats
Black Men In White Coats seeks to Increase The Number of Black Men In The Field of Medicine by exposure, inspiration, and mentoring. To accomplish this, we are partnering with various medical schools across the country to produce outstanding short documentary videos which bring awareness to this issue that not only affects the black male population, but also the nation as a whole.
Regina Mixon Bates
Regina Mixon Bates is an accomplished author. She penned Health Before Wealth because heart attack and stroke are the number one killer of women. Too often, women take care of everything except themselves, especially if they are entrepreneurs, in the c-suite, or upper management. Trying to balance life’s responsibilities and career commitments can be a struggle. Health Before Wealth helps to share the message to care for yourself.
Against the Odds is a memoire written by Regina Mixon Bates as a tribute to her mother, who she lost at the tender age of seven. It is a story of assurance, strength, love, and hope meant to inspire and assist in working through challenges and finding your inner strength through turbulence or challenges in your life.