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Life Love Wellness - will raise awareness to issues we often think about and seldom discuss. The unspoken dialog can help to foster ill health or just not living up to our full human potential. It’s not until someone is bold enough or crazy enough to bring up the subject that we can have the freedom to talk honestly about what we feel! My sincere intention is to provide a platform where the talk can begin, where each person can be heard, regardless to whether I agree with you or not. Your voice is powerful! Host Sandy Rodgers has blazed uncharted territory to create new paradigms of thinking and being since 1962. She was born in Watts California, a veteran of 2 Los Angeles riots, Modeling Company Owner, Famed clothing Designer, #1 Best Selling Author, Educator and Minister offers her insights and straight forward conversations with you like your favorite Auntie might do. Nothing timid about her approach, it might even make you squirm in your seat. Discussions will include relationship issues, parenting, growing older, parental problems, education, HIV, Domestic Violence, intimate partner violence, abuse, personal development, the foods we consume, health challenges and wholistic natural healing remedies.

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Our incomparable guest tonight is a 22 year retired employee of the Federal Bureau of Prisons! I know she has a lot to share. Let's welcome Ms. Cynthia L. Baxter to the mic to speak to us tonight. Born and raised in the Burroughs of South Coatsville Pennsylvania, Cynthia worked on the first established drug program for Veterans who were addicted to heroin returning from Vietnam, she has many tales to share. To her credits she recruited the first Black and youngest and only Director of the Bureau of Prisons who worked for our only Black President of the United States! With many more credits. Cythina attended and graduated from Cheyney University (1837) the 1st HBCU (Historically Black College University) in the Nation, located in Pennsylvania! She bubbles forth one fact after another as she describes her life memories. Come listen with ears of understanding. See you on the radio
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On-Demand Episodes

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Some of the greatest talent in theatre are gracing Atlanta @ 7 Stages October 15th and 16th, the entire cast and creators will be joining us for a ‘LIVE' discussion just prior to the stage play! UPDATE the opening night is SOLD... more

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This has truly been a great month as we dissected many elements of addictions and substance disorders. Have you done any work on what has been shared with you this month by our incredible speakers? I realize it may not always be... more

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