A native of the San Francisco Bay, and I hold a BA in Communications & Media Technology. I am the Executive Producer of my own podcast show. My motto in life is to #Live #Learn #Grow
Mental Illness: Why We Need to Guard Our Minds At All Times15/06/2018 Duração: 19min
This week I touch on why it's so important to guard your mind. After a number of high profile celebrity suicides....I am concern that this will become the new normal. Mental awareness is something that should be a daily part of our lives.
Black Women- Get Over The Taye Diggs Syndrome25/05/2018 Duração: 17min
My rant this week is why we as women of color shouldn't care about Taye Diggs and his kind. The negative connotation associated with Black women can only be broken by us. It's time we open our minds and be open to love other races. We got options too and should explore them.
Black On Black Conversation...Accountability and Respect of Our Own11/05/2018 Duração: 18min
This week episode my frustration is heard on why we stay silent on Black-on-black violence. I refer to rapper Offset crews beats up a man on camera and there was no outcry from the black community. So it's not okay for white people to harm us, but it's okay if we harm ourselves? We must call out all bad behavior and not pick n choose on who we should turn a blind eye too.
Prince!! His Music, His Money, His Legacy...Being Pimped!!20/04/2018 Duração: 26min
2years after his death Prince was the subject of very negative media coverage this week on his health, drug use, and his finances. What we must learn to prepare the next generation on wealth & finances.
Brian Culbertson Interview Yoshi's Oakland30/03/2018 Duração: 13min
This week on the St.James Project: I am re-airing my interview with Musician Brian Culbertson @Yoshi's Oakland. Since that time Brian has a new CD titled "Color of Love" and will be at the NapaValleyJazzGetaway2018. Check it out!
Gentrification, City of Oakland Interview with John Jones, III (replay)16/03/2018 Duração: 14min
This week I decided to re-air part two of my interview with #JohnJones. His perspective on the things taking place in Oakland. A lifelong advocate for the underdog he talks about the issues concerning his community.