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Color of Success

Nov 27, 2023

Alan Jenkins is a Professor of Practice at Harvard Law School where he teaches courses on Race and the Law, Communication, and Supreme Court Jurisprudence. In this episode, we discuss the:

  • Definition of justice
  • Use of graphic novels to communicate social commentary
  • Resources needed to decrease incarceration...

Nov 20, 2023

Juliane Taylor Shore and I discuss her new book, Setting Boundaries That Stick: How Neurobiology Can Help You Rewire Your Brain to Feel Safe, Connected, and Empowered, which explores:

  • The need to consistently work on setting boundaries to see neurobiological change
  • Decision-making as to whether to communicate a...

Nov 13, 2023

Charlie is the author of six books including four Amazon #1 Bestselling Thrillers -- the NOT SO DEAD / Sam Sunborn Series. Charlie is also the founder and publisher of the Munn Avenue Press. He and his team of book publishing and marketing experts help turn manuscripts into books into bestsellers. 

In this episode,...

Nov 6, 2023

Dr. Simarta Brennan-Prescod and I discuss ways to thrive with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), including advocating for yourself in the healthcare system and connecting with a community. Self-compassion is key as we navigate addressing our health and the health of our loved ones. Dr. Brennan-Prescod also discusses caring for...

Oct 30, 2023

Grace Yung Foster and I discuss the impact of transracial adoption and foster care on mental health. We address:

  • How to develop one's identity in the face of internalized racism
  • The pitfalls of adoption, including the Savior Complex
  • Ways to engage with individuals who have been adopted and/or are a foster care...