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Ep.15 – Mohammed Speaks👊🏾🎤🔥

Mohammed S. Luwemba is a graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan where he attained his bachelors in Political Science. In 2013 Mr. Luwemba graduated from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta Georgia. Over the past fifteen years Mohammed has used his education & organizing ability to attack the socioeconomic issues effecting Black male youth via starting several leadership programs in juvenile facilities, and the community.   

Currently Mohammed is a Criminal Defense Attorney in Atlanta, the chairman of the National Black Operations Business Association which is the parent company (Elite Brother™ /Elite Sister™ brand, Our Law Media, and the executive director of Elite Brother Inc. Mohammed is also currently working on a documentary/initiative titled “Don’t Go to Prison” & an initiative by the same name which will act as a deterrent for male and female youth within the urban community to steer them away from the prison system.

Check out more of his work!

MohammedLuwemba.com

http://www.elitebrothersister.com/

Soundcloud – Mohammed Speaks!

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Ep. 14 – Willie Jackson of Abernathy Magazine💻💡✍🏾

Willie Jackson is the founder & publisher of Abernathy. He’s an inclusion strategist, a technologist, and resides in New York City.

Mr. Jackson currently serves as Technical Lead of Seth Godin’s altMBA program, a 4-week online workshop for high-performing individuals who want to level up and lead.

Willie is a member of the Young Entrepreneur Council. He is an advisor to and has worked with several bestselling authors, entrepreneurs, consumer goods companies, and startups spanning varied industries, including fitness, travel, and law. He is a regular speaker at conferences, where he addresses topics such as Web Performance, careers, and doing the impossible.

Articles

Madness and Mindfulness

The Cure for Ambivalence

 

Resources Mentioned in the Interview

Ep. 13 – Historical Trauma w/ Sam Simmons (Part 4)

Sam Simmons is licensed as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor who has over 25-year experience as a behavioral consultant in the areas of chemical dependency, violence abatement and historical trauma. He specializes in practical culturally sensitive trauma informed work with African American males and their families. Healing Brothers is a is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization (since 2013) that is dedicated to improve the health and wellness of African American men and their families, resulting in the larger community becoming healthier and safer. www.healingbrothers.com

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~Be Constructive

~Be Woke

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Ep. 12 – Historical Trauma w/ Simmons (Part 3)

Sam Simmons is licensed as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor who has over 25-year experience as a behavioral consultant in the areas of chemical dependency, violence abatement and historical trauma. He specializes in practical culturally sensitive trauma informed work with African American males and their families. Healing Brothers is a is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization (since 2013) that is dedicated to improve the health and wellness of African American men and their families, resulting in the larger community becoming healthier and safer. www.healingbrothers.com

~Be Safe

~Be Constructive

~Be Woke

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Ep. 11- Black Women’s Milk is Revolutionary💁🏾🍼✊🏾

About Jasmine Boudah
Jasmine is a vision driven mother and young working professional who is eager to provide the best start for as many children as possible. As a former public school educator, she sought to empower parents living in impoverished neighborhoods similar to the ones in which she was born and raised in both Detroit and Chicago. Social justice, parent education, breastfeeding, women’s birthing education and rights, and early literacy foundations are her passions. She would like to leave the world in better shape by spreading knowledge and revolutionary love as well as working alongside community members to create the change we’ve been waiting for. Jasmine wholeheartedly believes change needs to happen systematically, but it is imperative that we work together to create the change we would like to see for future generations.

Twitter: @BlackLotusMa
www.facebook.com/blacklotusmotheringthroughpain/
Email: ubuntuminneapolis@gmail.com

Ep. 10 – Coon Hunting 🔫🤑😈

On today’s episode, we look at the notion of coons. Which are individuals who practice inappropriate behavior when it comes to understanding the plight of black people in the world. Often times, coons are confused individuals who provide rhetoric that is counterproductive to empowerment, pride, and enlightenment for Black people. We’ll briefly discuss why coons are prevalent in media and how we should conduct ourselves when we have encounters with coons.

SWP YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoMFgzyIZYs

Brother Polite Interview – https://youtu.be/jR5ClzJ6Gpk

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Ep. 9 – Escapism ⌛️✈️🙈

Escapism: The systematic process of compensating for inferior social and psychological beliefs, feelings, and status. The tendency to seek distraction and relief from unpleasant realities, especially by seeking entertainment or engaging in fantasy.

Always attempting to smooth the pain with the half truths. Being honest is not cool today. It is not the thing to do. However, it should not be the gold standard of who we are. Honesty is a core element to the character that will be needed to survive in this world moving forward. Everything is being recorded, whether on video, audio, and written it’s all being document somewhere. Everything we do or say can come back to us in the future. Even if we do not intend for it too. This is why it is so critical to advance our thoughts, speech, and actions with every intention of keeping it real with ourselves first. Do not let escapism hold up back from being elite in your life.

Ep. 8 – Dealing with Grief 🙏🏾☠️⚰

On today’s podcast we will gain concepts and strategies to addressing  significant loss. It is essential to gain a healthy understanding on loss in the process of healing. It is important to realize, that grieving and feelings of loss is natural and that, with time, one will heal. There are several stages of grief which individuals may experience. The feeling of grief maybe the purest pain one may ever know.

~Be Safe
~Be Constructive
~Be Woke

Ep. 7 – #YouGoodMan (Black Males and Mental Health) 🙌🏾😢✊🏾

Today’s podcast we take a look at the mental health struggles that black males face on a consistent basis. As we know, being a black person in an antiblack world it is stressful, traumatic, and downright depressing. Today on Twitter #YouGoodMan was treading. #YouGoodMan allowed thousands of black males and females to share their experiences Of mental health. It was an empowering exchange. Today’s episode I share some on my viewpoints on Black males and mental health as well as a little bit of my experience. Be sure to subscribe the podcast and share with somebody you care about.

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Ep. 6 – Level Elite (Mindset)🚨🚀🔋

Level elite is an audiobook designed to help those that need help the most. This is a Self-development audiobook that is crafted for people who are classified as Black. S.E.L.F. is an acronym that stands for Survival Education for Legacy & Future.

This is a united independent effort helping people get their mindsets, habits, And genius together to succeed in the face of hopelessness and adversity. The goal of this book is for everyone to gain enough insight from the concepts presented to unlock their Genius and become Elite.

Level Elite Book Cover

 

Get the entire Audiobook Here – Level Elite (Audiobook)

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