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45 minutes | Apr 11, 2021
Parental Guidance Suggested
Ms. Nicole Bruce Ms. Donielle Kelly Mr. Larry Scott - We Are 1 Mentor and Coach Jonathon "That Guy" Harris William "The Visionary" Powell During this episode, The We Are 1 Team sits down with parents of the youth of the 1Youth Movement. During this episode, we hear directly from the parents not only the importance of involving your child in the correct mentoring program but also the effect the We Are 1 Movement has had on their youth, their family, and the community that surrounds them.
58 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
A Diet of Despair
Cast: William “The Visionary” Powell Jonathon “That Guy” Harris Special Guest: Mr. William Hall During this episode we discuss the Rochester City School Districts new ‘Grab and Go’ lunch menu, and the public outcry. We will also discuss how We Are 1 has been delivering food and supplies to schools to help combat this disturbing food choice by the RCSD. We will also show you, the community, a very simple way to get involved.
40 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
Shielding The Black Woman – Identifying Red Flags
Cast: William “The Visionary” Powell Jonathon “That Guy” Harris Mr. William Hall (?) Dr. Lynette - Michigan Erica Mitchell – Durham North Carolina Arlene Sutherland/Fashion Designer: Manhattan New York During this episode we unpack some of the most obvious red flags in relationships. We also discuss how to spot these red flags during the dating stage and what makes a person ignore the red flags and continue the relationship. Ending Credits: Executive Producer: Roc Vox Recording & Production Directed By: W.J. Powell Hosted By: William 'The Visionary' Powell Co-Hosted By: Jonathan 'That Guy' Harris Editor: Scott Fitzgerald Director of Photography: Scott Fitzgerald Supporting Cast: Dr. Lynette Ms. Erica Mitchell
60 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
The Right Allies
Episode #109: There is no single right way to be an effective alley, but there is a wrong way. Anti-racism activism must mean more than sharing anti-racism social media posts and hashtags. A lot of times these actions make certain white people feel like they’ve “checked a box” and done enough. During this episode, we dive into what it truly takes to become less performative and more effective allies in the fight for social justice. We will also introduce our newest member Ms. Annie Caplan and discuss the work she has done and is currently doing in the fight for social change. Cast: Jonathon “That Guy” Harris William “The Visionary” Powell Annie Caplan - Athens PA
57 minutes | Feb 11, 2021
Shielding the Black Woman – The Hook Up
EP #108: Shielding the Black Woman – The Hook Up During this episode we will have an in-depth discussion on the do’s and don'ts when it comes to trying to get to know a woman for the first time. Hear expert advice from women from across the country as they give us the step-by-step playbook on how to bag em’. Cast: Jonathon “That Guy” Harris William “The Visionary” Powell Dr. Lynette – Michigan Santee Roberts – Atlanta Georgia Erica Mitchell – Durham North Carolina Ashley Swain – Atlanta Georgia Charity Hoggard Gospel Recording Artist Raleigh North Carolina
34 minutes | Feb 1, 2021
Building the Black Community - Economic Empowerment NEW
EP 107 - Air Date: February 1st, 2021 Title: Building the Black Community: Economic Empowerment During this episode, we will discuss economic empowerment in the black community. We will discuss how the "We Are 1" movement will aid urban communities on their journey to economic freedom. We will also share conversations we've had with community members as it relates to building or starting their own businesses. During this episode, I would like for you to share as much information as you can about REDCO and how they are planning to help the community reach their business goals. Cast: 1. Mr. William Hall / Rochester Economic Development Corporation 2. That Guy 3. The Visionary
48 minutes | Jan 11, 2021
Shielding the Black Woman
Episode # 106: During this episode, we talk with women from various states to get their input on what it takes to make today's black woman feel protected. Cast: 1. Dr. Lynette 2. Erica 3. Clianda Yarde 4. Jeanine 5. That Guy 6. The Visionary
33 minutes | Jan 1, 2021
The Virtual Nightmare: The ill effects of Virtual learning
EP 105: Youth across the country are struggling with virtual learning with no remedy in sight. During this episode, we talk with Dr. Makini Beck, an RIT professor and she shares some very insightful information as to the root cause of this educational epidemic. Cast:1. Dr. Makini Beck 2. The Visionary 3. That Guy
35 minutes | Dec 11, 2020
When the Smoke Clears?
Now that the uprisings and protest are dying down, what next? This show discusses the We Are 1 Movement, what we are doing now, and what we have planned for the future. We will also discuss how the community can be a part of this grassroots movement not just locally but across the country. Cast: The Visionary That Guy Oscar McGraw Willie Wynn www.1Mission1Family1Love.com
51 minutes | Nov 30, 2020
A Servant Mindset
Episode #103: During this episode, you'll get an in-depth look into the We Are 1 team's minds and hearts as they discuss today's youth, the state of our communities, their insight on other community organizations, and what we all need to do to empower and educate our community. If you've ever wondered what motivates such a fantastic team, now is your opportunity to find out, straight from the mouths of the most elite and effective movement on earth.
66 minutes | Nov 11, 2020
A Nations Agenda : The secret to moving forward as a race.
Episode #102: During this episode, we have an open and honest discussion with Minister Kenneth Muhammad and Cedric X on what is absolutely necessary today to heal our people, black people as a community and as a race and how it compares to those who practice the religion of Christianity. During this episodes, we discuss vaccines, the importance of the black woman, and separating ourselves from the system of white supremacy. This episode gives a candid, inside look into the minds of the Nation of Islam and how they view the world, other religions, and themselves. This episode is powerful beyond belief.
61 minutes | Nov 1, 2020
Gone But Not Forgotten : The HIV/AIDS Epidemic Continues.
Episode #101 - With Covid 19 taking over the media, it would appear as if it's the only illness that exists these days. The corona virus pandemic has hindered progress in fighting HIV worldwide, with public health resources redirected toward COVID-19 and millions of people struggling to access care. Testing for HIV and Aids has dropped nearly 90% in most clinics over the past four months. Although we no longer hear about HIV/AIDS, it is still very prevalent, especially in the black community. During this episode, The 1 talks with Mrs. Michele Boyd, the founder and CEO of Bring On Your Dreams - An organization that provides emergency assistance and supportive services for women living with HIV/AIDS, and she shares with us just how HIV/AIDS epidemic is still thriving in black communities, especially amongst our teens. Mrs. Boyd, a person, currently living with HIV, shares her journey through rape, homelessness, and her daily struggles living with the virus. From being abused by her husband at the age of 19 to being raped by her husband's friend after being offered a ride home, which lead her to be infected with the virus to being told that she only had months to live as her immune system was operating at 2%. Her story will have you at the edge of your seats. We also take an in-depth look at how the virus is affecting teens as Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. Brown (Vice-Chair of Bring On Your Dreams) share their accounts on how this disease has taken the lives of our youth. Some as young as fifteen. Their stories bring a new awareness to a disease that has been forgotten but is nowhere near gone.
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