Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Good Day fam, here's today's Women's History Month note: Bridget "Biddy" Mason founded the First African Methodist Episcopalian church in Los Angeles.

Another woman who believed in 'Doing It From The Heart & Soul.'

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Folks tune in on March 16th 11am EST to: 'From the Heart & Soul' show. Come meet my guest the powerful & passionate Motivational/Empowerment Speaker & Life Coach Ms.Shalonda "Treasure" Williams. Call in number: 347-838-9657. Hope to hear you there! http://ping.fm/8ec8g
Good Day fam, here's a note for Women's History Month: Ella Josephine Baker ( 1903 – 1986 )
American community organizer and political activist who brought her skills and principles to bear in the major civil rights organizations of the mid-20th century. Baker continued to be a respected and influential leader in the fight for human and civil rights until her death on her 83rd birthday

Another woman dedicated to 'Doing It From the Heart & Soul.'

Monday, March 14, 2011

Good Day Fam. Don't forget to tune in this evening 7pm EST to 'From The Heart & Soul.' In Honor of Women's History Month I'll be hosting 7 best-selling authors making history through their pens. http://ping.fm/QwIbi (347-838-9657) Hope to hear you there!

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Greetings Fam, Let's remember this great lady in honor of Women's History Month: Ella Fitzgerald was one of the most notable singers of the 20th century, and a significant artist in the emergence of jazz. She was dubbed “The First Lady of Jazz” for her mainstream popularity and unparalleled vocal talents... http://tiny.cc/wrqgq

Another woman who kept 'Doing It From The Heart & Soul.'

Monday, March 7, 2011

Good Morning fam, here's a note in honor of Women's History Month: The Supremes were the American pop-soul vocal group whose tremendous popularity with a broad audience made its members among the most successful performers of the 1960s and the flagship act of Motown Records.
Ladies we thank you for making history!

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Greetings fam, Happy Women's History Month to all the ladies. In honor of this month I present one of my favorite ladies - Maya Angelou, she is one of the most important African American authors and orators of the twentieth century. Her achievements span over seven decades and showcase a wealth of talents, beginning in the early 1940s when she became San Francisco’s first female cable car conductor. Angelou then emerged as a singer and dancer in the 1950s and became an editor and writer in the 1960s. In the 1970s she began exploring her talents as an actress, director, poet and screenwriter.

Angelou’s highly acclaimed 1970 autobiography “I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings” became an important example of African American literature as it chronicled the amazing journey of a young woman who overcame a childhood rape, made a pilgrimage to Africa, served as a civil rights activist and became a shining example of self-determination.

Another women who's "Doing It From the Heart & Soul."