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@wcntv commentary: Today's Transmedia Woman Features one of the greatest Supermodels of all time in our book. Ms Johnson inspired the CEO to venture into the world of Fashion at a very early age and this morning found her following us on Twitter. What a great day this is going to be.
We are honoroed to be followed by such a treasured Icon whwo is part of the WCN CEO's personal history but now our present and our future. Beverly Johnson you are Today's Transmedia Woman. Welcome to the WCN Family. We would be honored to ue our gifts and talents to monetize your video driving multiple streams of income from your product line.
We look forward to connecting and serving.
About Beverly Johnson
Beverly Johnson is the first African-American supermodel. Her stunning features and superstardom would eventually land her on the cover of Vogue magazine in 1974, making world history as the first black model to ever grace the acclaimed magazine’s cover, and forever changing the beauty ideal in the fashion world.
Beverly’s remarkable career, which spans three decades, is a showcase of accomplishment: from model to mom to actress, author, activist, businesswoman, TV personality, and—finally—icon.
Who is she, and what can she do for you? Are you ready to break the mold, boldly step up into purpose and fearlessly embark on your life’s mission?
Stacia Pierce is a Success Coach and CEO of Ultimate Lifestyle Enterprises, a million-dollar conglomerate of 6 businesses. She is devoted to helping ordinary women live extraordinary lives through personal and professional development and economic empowerment. Stacia is a successful entrepreneur committed to helping women duplicate her success by using her books, live seminars and training programs.Stacia has many SUCCESS PROGRAMS to help you attract wealth, build your business and live your dream life. Stacia’s programs include: success strategies to rebrand your business and yourself, Makeover your life in 30 days and training for women’s organizations.
Stacia hosts The Women’s Success Conference for women who desire to have more, be more and do more. Among her clientele, Dr. Stacia has produced several successful entrepreneurs and leaders who have discovered the secret to whole-life fulfillment: personally, spiritually and financially.
Stacia has written 21 books and been featured in several publications, and on TV including ABC News and affiliates of Fox, CBS, CW, Fox,NBC, TCT, and The WORD Network. She was honored with a Congressional Award from the United States Congress as 2010′s Exemplary Life Coach. She was also a top winner in the Oprah’s OWN Network contest with 7.6 million votes.
Whitney Houston will always be remembered and cherished. We thank the family for sharing this incredible wonderful and inspiring Diva with the world. May we learn from her examples and be better for it in the process. RIP
URBAN LYFESTYLES is a social network...On top of the best in events from the East Coast to the West Coast. Sending out Red Roses to all WCN and Urban Lyfestyles Family. Lets love each other everyday and cherish the moments we have. RIP Whitney and Don.
While many legislators seem intent on narrowing women's access to affordable care, individuals and foundations still work to expand it. Such is the mission of Dana Dornsife.
As the Komen-Planned Parenthood conflict spun into the forefront of feminist consciousness last month—with the possibility that poor women and women of color might lose access to cancer screening—I felt grateful to another organization that pays special attention to the healthcare needs of low-income minority women.
Dana Dornsife, after tirelessly researching lifesaving clinical drug trials for a loved one with pancreatic cancer, founded the Lazarex Cancer Foundation in 2006. Lazarex initially focused solely on connecting end stage cancer patients with the latest medical breakthroughs via clinical drug trials. While pursuing this mission, Dornsife discovered that women of color make up less than 2 percent of the total population that participate in clinical trials for cancer treatment. This finding raised a red flag for Dornsife, who knew that a patient’s response to a particular drug can be dependent on their specific ethnic background.
@transmediawoman: What a honor to introduce Sister to Sister Greeting Card Artist Naomi Robinson. Check out this interview with Inside The Books.
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Welcome to Inside The Books. This is JMcManus with another post for you. Today’s post will introduce you to mixed media artist Naomi Robinson.
Born in Notting Hill, West London, United Kingdom, Naomi Robinson always loved drawing. Her mother said she started drawing as soon as she could pick up a crayon. Around the age of six she remembers getting a box of 36 oil crayons and an oversized sketchbook and nearly finishing the entire sketchbook in one day. She loved to draw clowns and was fascinated with the colors, clothing, and face painting.
Jessie Klein, author of "The Bully Society," writes that girls need help in building trusting relationships.Girls get called “slut” every day. My students are so used to getting bullied and harassed they can’t imagine a school without bullying. A student in one of my classes once said, “Get over it.” They look at me like I’m some kind of crazy pollyanna professor when I suggest that it doesn’t have to be that way. The repercussions are growing however, even as students become more resigned.
Social isolation has tripled since the eighties according to the 2004 General Social Survey. Depression occurs at increasingly younger ages; 1 out of 3 high school girls are depressed, and 29 percent of all teenagers. Anxiety is so high among children that psychologist Jean M. Twenge wrote that children considered “normal in the eighties were substantially more anxious than child psychiatric patients in the 1950s!” No wonder children are becoming resigned—their highly disturbing emotional stress is considered “just fine.”
It’s not though. And kids are dying. They are being killed in school shootings and they are committing suicide. Every year we hear about youth who were bullied so badly they took their own life. There is a culture of despair in schools.
Congratulations Tia Parchman A Legend in Training on your published article on HBCU Buzz. In addition to Singer, Rapper, Song Writer & Musician we are getting for a Award Winning Writer.
Keep up the good work, stay focused and remember the industry will wait on your gifts. In the meantime it is our honor to celebrate you even now as Today's Transmedia Woman. And know we are watching and praying for your success. in all you do. Great Article which will be shared to those in the industry who loved Whitney. Jay O WCNTV CEO.
A Tribute to Whitney Houston – The Songbird Is Caged No More
Posted by: Tia Parchman Posted date: February 20, 2012 In: Music
From her seven #1 Billboard singles to her first leading role in “The Bodyguard”, we fell in love with her. During those rough years when she was battling with her drug addiction under the constant scrutiny of the public eye, we prayed and rooted for her recovery. Now we are two months into the 2012 year, hardly finishing out the month of February, and at this moment in time the world misses and mourns her. If you don’t know, or haven’t heard by now, the woman I’m talking about is the legendary, late, great songstress Whitney Houston. She was found unresponsive and pronounced deceased in her room at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 11; just one day before she was to appear at the Grammys.
I just signed a petition to Gil Kerlikowske, Drug Czar and President Barack Obama: Target: White House Drug Czar Gil Kerlikowske & President Barack Obama Sponsored by: World Colours Network Teleivsion We can no longer sit by while Americans are...
@WCTV Family and Supporters of POTUS. Be a part of history. We have 21 Days. Let your voice be heard and let your children know that you were a part of the greatest chapter in America's History. Its Heritage Time!!!!!
We Celebrate the author's and this incredible Project. One Love Hermene Hartman, new publlisher of Today's Transmedia Women. We are honored to follow in your leadership and guidence in making WCN Publications a success. Looking forward to bringing your projects to TV EVERYWHERE!!!! Jay O'Conner Chairman & CEO
About Hermene Hartman:
Hermene Hartman is one of the most significant and influential black women in American publishing, she is the publisher of N’DIGO, the most circulated black newspaper in the nation, and most circulated alternative newspaper in Chicago. She is also a daily commentator on WVAZ radio (“Views of the Heart”) and NBC Chicago TV and writes frequently for The Huffington Post. She is a poet (“Love Moods”), guest speaker, lecturer, political pundit, and a former professor of sociology at City Colleges of Chicago. Her columns are written from a political/social commentary perspective.
Many have written about President Obama.
NDIGO has a unique perspective.
We were there at the beginning of the making of history.
Are You a High Achiever? Why do some people seem to achieve so much while others struggle to accomplish even their most conservative goals? What is it about those high achievers that allows them to do things that others don’t?