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The Back2School Adult Literacy program is a learning program in Lagos, Nigeria. The program was started in 2016 to help the 65 million Nigerians who are illiterate learn to read so that they can help get out of poverty. Erezi Edoreh began the program and is making inroad into the problem.
Erezi Edoreh: CEO of SpellAfrica Initiative, with strong passion for education which began at age nine, when he became the youngest teacher in Nigeria, teaching a class of over 20 adults.
B2S Adult Literacy: A free educational life changing project, transforming 1,000 illiterate adults in Nigeria to become functional literates able to read and write out of extreme poverty.
This episode originally aired on Facebook on January 1, 2018 and was filmed by Jamalajaz.
Sandy Cummins (Biologist and Herbalist) is the daughter of the maker of Cora's Healing Rose. Cora felt compassion for the women who would come to her salon with depression, discouragement and low self-esteem because of hair loss. She set out to do something about it. She developed a treatment to help recover the hair of these women and educated them on proper hair care and maintenance.
This treatment is still available and now her daughter Sandy is following in her mother's footsteps in educating women and helping them recover their hair from loss.
This episode originally aired on Facebook on January 8, 2018 and was filmed by Jamalajaz.
Lysette Givens is a Transformational Life Coach, Facilitator, wife, mom and entrepreneur.
She is the founder and CEO of Your Beautiful Life Coaching and From Broken to Beautiful, two organizations with the same vision - to help women identify and overcome unresolved issues that are holding them back and to fully embrace their purpose.
This episode originally aired on Facebook on January 15, 2018 and was filmed by Jamalajaz.
Krip-Hop Nation’s Mission is to educate the music, media industries and general public about the talents, history, rights and marketability of Hip-Hop artists and other musicians with disabilities. Krip-Hop Nation’s main objective is to get the musical talents of hip-hop artists with disabilities into the hands of media outlets, educators, and hip-hop, disabled and race scholars, youth, journalists and hip-hop conference coordinators.
This episode originally aired on Facebook on January 29, 2018 and was filmed by Jamalajaz.
Fennell Adventures and Smiling Faces are inspiring others to read and travel. 3 young authors who are Purely Positive People. We honor them as they embark on various journeys through the art of reading. Fennell 8 yr old author/speaker. Jace Fennell 9 yr old author /speaker. Jiyah Fennell 14 yr old author/face painter/speaker. Jennaye Fennell author/entrepreneur/mom/speaker.
This episode originally aired on Facebook's Purely Positive page on February 5, 2018 and was filmed by Jamalajaz.
Every day, someone comes up with an innovative way to solve a problem or bring awareness to one. At Priced to Change, we are finding those people and talking with them to learn who they are, what they're doing, and why. Priced to Change is a successful podcast hosted by Jennifer price. Check it out at https://www.pricedtochange.com/
This episode originally aired on Facebook's Purely Positive page on February 12, 2018 and was filmed by Jamalajaz.
Wanda Bagley is a registered nurse, fitness enthusiast and a bodybuilder. She explains how these things go hand-in-hand and how she manages all of this in her life. Find out what inspires her and more. Be sure to watch like and share!
This episode originally originated on February 12, 2018 on Facebook on Purely Positive and was filmed by Jamalajaz.
P.U.R.E. Girls, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit mentoring program in the quiet town of Fieldsboro, New Jersey. Our vision is to motivate, inspire, and empower young girls ages 8-18 to define their distinction. Our monthly meetings target topics, such as positive self-esteem, embracing uniqueness, identifying special gifts and talents, and being well-rounded, productive youth in today's society. Being a member of P.U.R.E. Girls, Inc. is a memorable experience that stays with you forever.
This episode originally aired on Facebook's Purely Positive page on February 26, 2018 and was filmed by Jamalajaz.
Jamila who has been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis is in the final stretch in her journey to become a medical doctor.
Bernard Royal is a Registered Nurse, singer and author. He talks about how depression can be overcome and being positive to help yourself.
This episode originally aired on March 12, 2018 on Facebook and was filmed by Jamalajaz.
Ibrahim Songowa is a fitness Expert and Chairman of S.M.A.R.T. (Some Men Are Really Trying). Find out what fitness is so important to him and how he uses it.
This episode of Purely Positive originally aired March 19, 2018 on Facebook and was filmed by Jamalajaz.
Who is LJ Thomas? This episodes gives the viewer a glimpse of who LJ is and why she does what she does. This show originally aired on Facebook on March 23, 2018 and was recorded by Jamalajaz.
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