Judithe Registre is joined by Joy Donnell to highlight creative ways to harness and use the energy and emotion we are all generating naturally through the obstacles and adversaries we encounter every day.
Mother-daughter duo Macy and Karen join Judithe to discuss the generation of young people, like Macy, whose mission for equality have no age limit.
In light of recent scandals in Haiti, Judithe considers the response to these issues and a path towards a more diverse, just, and supportive organizational framework
Mary Ann Clements, founder of Jijaze, joins Judithe to discuss the ways that aid organizations can apply self-care and wellness while redefining themselves and their roles in a changing world.
Mvemba Dizolele, writer, foreign policy analyst, independent journalist, and author of the forthcoming biography: Mobutu: The Rise and Fall of the Leopard King (Random House UK), talks about the contributions and importance of Africa in the development of the modern industrialized world.
Judithe Registre, Haitian-born, American-made, and globally-centered, brings you her insights on Black History Month as celebrated in the USA, drawing from her Haitian background, US education, and global travels.