Conversations With Kai Mann

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Tonight we bring realness to the couch. We talk with Charles Mann, a young father whose life of transformation changed a legacy of turmoils, trials and struggle into triumph. This is an open conversation about wanting to quit but being encouraged by his father to keep moving on. Charles gives a panoramic view from a young man’s perspective to the road of manhood.

 

 

 

Charles Mann
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Kai Mann
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Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Producer: Lenderrick Jones
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Music: Sunny Day [audioblocks] audioblocks.com

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Cassandra Carter came into the writing game as a teen, having launched her career with two titles on Harlequin’s Kimani Tru imprint, “Fast Life” & “16 Isn’t Always Sweet.” At 28-years-old, she is now her own boss with two indie books in continuation of the Fast Life series including her most recent title “Paradise & Promises: An End to the Fast Life.”

 

Keep up with Cassandra and her latest projects on Twitter, IG or Facebook @calllmemisscarta!

Kai Mann
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Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Producer: Lenderrick Jones
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music: Sunny Day [audioblocks] audioblocks.com

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Kalimah Johnson, LMSW is an Adjunct Professor of Social Work at Marygrove College and Founder/Executive Director of SASHA Center in Detroit, Michigan, she is also a consultant to the National Basketball Association, the National Hockey League and the National Football League-Detroit Lions. She has been an advocate and counselor to survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence for 20+ years and is an industry expert on topics related to culturally specific programming for sexual assault survivors, healthy relationships, domestic/sexual violence, emotional intelligence, mental health and well-being. Most recently, she completed the Athlete Development Professional Certification Program at the University of Pennsylvania-The Wharton School/Aresty Institute of Executive Education to increase her skills and capacity of working with and on behalf of professional athletes and continues to create culturally specific services/training and workshops for DV and SA programs nationally and abroad. Her interests include writing and performing poetry and she owns a natural hair care studio in her home-town Detroit.

Kalimah Johnson LMSW, ACSW, LCSW
Kalimah@kalimahjohnson.com

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Graced with an abundance of gifts, Dr. De’ Andrea Matthews, without reservation, selflessly pours her heart into her work and into the lives of many in various capacities.

Commonly known as Dr. Dee, Dr. Matthews is an author, educator, national conference speaker and ordained minister. Passionate and accomplished, Dr. Dee’s gifts, exercised through voice and pen, have aspired many to embark upon their own road to success.
Dr. Dee is the president and book strategist for Claire Aldin Publications, LLC. She has written and published several books, including: Their Darkest Hour, Reboot Global Breakout Bible Study Guide, Almost Doesn’t Count, and Letters to my Angry Self. She is currently working on her first full-length non-fiction book entitled, The Surrendered Soul: Aligning the Five Parts of Your Soul with the Will of God.

With 20 years of experience under her belt, Dr. Dee has been an educator at both public and private institutions. Currently, Dr. Dee is director of the Office of Diversity & Inclusion at Wayne State University School of Medicine where she oversees the outreach, recruitment, and retention of students, faculty, and staff who are underrepresented in medicine. As director, she also provides leadership and strategic direction of the department’s initiatives, programs and courses. Dr. Matthews specializes in helping first-generation and/or low-income students realize and chase their dreams relentlessly. The scope of services offers outreach and recruitment from K-12 through application to medical school. Her goal is to support students in becoming competitive medical school applicants and, ultimately, licensed physicians.

Dr. Matthews is a member of the Diversity Advisory Council to the dean for the WSU School of Medicine, which leads the design and implementation of the diversity plan for faculty, staff and students. She serves as a member of the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) Group on Diversity & Inclusion, as well as the National Post Baccalaureate Collaborative. Dr. Matthews is a co-author with other diversity professionals on A National Long-term Outcomes Evaluation of U.S. Premedical Postbaccalaureate Programs Designed to Promote Health Care Access and Workforce Diversity published in the Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.

To complement her writing and teaching expertise, Dr. Dee, a gifted speaker, has presented at national conferences, as well as universities across the country on a wide range of topics: becoming a competitive medical school applicant, the impact of poverty on education, the retention of the first-generation, low-income student, and other topics surrounding diversity and inclusion. She holds a doctorate in Religious Education, Masters in Theology, and Bachelor of Science in African-American Studies.

As the Pastor of Leadership Development at Impact Church, Dr. Dee created the Ministerial Training Academy, designed to develop ministers and those seeking theological training.
Dr. Dee is happily married to her wonderful husband and friend, Brian Matthews. She is inspired and committed to paving the way for many to grow spiritually and professionally. Because of this, many lives will unquestionably be impacted in the most positive way, by and through Dr. Matthews.

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Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Jay Mack has always had a passion for helping others achieve their goals. Not only licensed through the International Sports Science Association as a Certified Fitness Trainer and a Nutrition Specialist, Jay holds two degrees in the paralegal and business administration fields and has been recognized nationally for operating a nonprofit organization for four years. In result of his community outreach commitments, his work garnered four special achievement awards.

 

In 2015, Jamar started “ A New You Fitness Camp” which focused on living a healthier lifestyle with exercise and a consistent diet regime.  Clients are referred to as “Warriors” due to overcoming everyday battles to maintain focus on becoming a healthier version of themselves, mentally and physically.

 

In addition to working fourteen years for Corporate America, his passion geared him toward another direction in a field he holds very dear to his heart, the physical/health fitness field. He strives to help individuals meet and exceed their personal health/fitness goals. When working with individuals, Jamar believes the challenge is not only for them, but also for himself. Former clients who have worked to reach their goals understood that they work together with Jamar to meet and exceed their expectations.

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Vanessa Lynn
Writer, Producer, Visionary, Motivator

If at first you don’t succeed, give up. Right? Wrong! When founder, visionary and playwright Vanessa Lynn shared her first script for a play in 1995 with her mentor, she found everything but
encouraging words. Crushed by criticism, she continued to pursue her career in corporate America with a Fortune 500 company. Even though she fell in love with theater at a very young age after witnessing Broadway hits such as “Annie” and “The Wiz,” she tried her best to ease her yearning for the pursuit of a career in theater.

In 2004, unforeseen tragedy struck her life and things began to take a downward spiral, both personally and financially. When her world came crumbling down, she found herself without a home, without a business and she even lost the desire to live. While many would have given up and complained, it was only after a layoff from her corporate job that she revisited the untitled play she had written in 1995. No longer having the script and only her memory to go by, Lynn typed non-stop for two days to complete the rough draft of what has today become known as the famous stage play, “Unequally Yoked.” After suffering through many trials, setbacks, careless mistakes, lack of funds and lack of transportation, “Unequally Yoked” opened in August of 2006 at the Dearborn Ford Performing Arts Center to a sold-out house. Since then, Vanessa has remained steadfast on accomplishing her childhood theatrical dreams and has obtained unimaginable successes.

Since “Unequally Yoked,” which is now a national bestselling DVD (garnering a Top 20 Amazon African American Cinema spot for over a year), there have been several ground-breaking shows she has birthed, including: “Affairs,” a murder mystery set in the south that was ultimately labeled a “game changer” for including elements such as police work and forensics released nationally on DVD; “Deranged,” a comedy suspense thriller about a nanny with ulterior motives that was performed in Toronto, Canada; and Angela Barrow-Dunlap’s “Church Girl,” (contributing writer) the hit national touring stage play now seen on BET. “Boss Lady,” the life-changing powerful saga, has the country buzzing and was released nationally on DVD in 2013 and recently a string of “Murder Mystery” shows that have been produced at her venues. Lynn has had the honored experience to work with celebrities such as Robin Givens, Angela Winbush, Ginuwine, Keith Washington, Carl Payne, Karen Clark-Sheard, Kel Mitchell, Demetria McKinney, Tony Terry, Tony Grant and has appeared on the syndicated morning show “News One Now” with Roland Martin.

Her debut book, Beyond the Chitlin’ Circuit: The Ultimate Urban Playwright’s Guide, is the first book of its kind and speaks to the myths, the challenges and the successes of the urban playwright industry. Girl, Get Your Date Life Right, the second book, is a dating guide for women over 35. Lynn currently serves as the CEO of Parables Entertainment, a comprehensive professional writing and consulting firm. Lynn is also the founder and CEO of Urban Playwrights United (UPU), where she helps playwrights nationwide perfect their craft and the owner of The Crystal Room, all occasion hall. She also serves as a board member of Avengers Mentoring 501c3, a local Detroit mentoring program. Picking up beauty from the ashes, which she was given, Lynn continues to serve as a public speaker, script and content writer, mentor and theater consultant.

 

www.vanessalynn.info

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JoVonna Williams, a mother of three children whose life took a drastic turn at the early age of 29 years old when she was diagnosed with a Rare Auto Immune Condition “Eosinophilic Myenteric Ganglionitis” after undergoing surgery at Cleveland Clinic. She is the Fourth Person in the world to be diagnosed with this condition. Due to the severity of her chronic disease her work career was cut short and she is now on full disability.

JoVonna learned a long time ago that everything that looks bad isn’t always the case. She is currently working on her first book where she will tell her story and share a Testimony that many people won’t understand.

Inspite of JoVonna’s condition she tries to focus her passion on encouraging and helping others. She believes that it is important to give others a since of hope especially when they feel that no one cares about them. Sometimes a kind word and a listening ear can go a long way so she shares and give light along the way to those who need it. She says that God has given her a Gift of Compassion and she uses it to change lives one smile at a time.

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Kai Mann
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Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Producer: Lenderrick Jones
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music: Sunny Day [audioblocks] audioblocks.com

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Keith is a kind and patient educator, his gift is in helping people to understand historical, esoteric and metaphysical concepts in basic terms.

Keith uses interactive presentations, multimedia, the power of African history, mythology, legend and folklore to assist in healing the hearts and minds of those who are seeking mental and spiritual transformation.

It’s Keith’s mission to share information and resources that will enlighten and empower people that are ready for change and have a sincere desire to “know”.

This information is for all who wish to understand not only where we come from, but also where we are going, and will help facilitate transformation from the inside, out.

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MAHOGANY JONES

Recording and performance artist, educator, and activist Mahogany Jones’s career is distinguished by titles. Mahogany Jones harnesses the true power of music to uplift the spirit, body, and soul and educate the masses. A sensational performer and lyrical powerhouse, Mahogany embodies Hip Hop, femininity, spirituality, and passion in each commanding performance. The 4x Undefeated BET’s 106 & Park “Freestyle Fridays” champion has gone on to headline in over 13 countries on four continents as an official U.S. music ambassador. As a Hip-Hop activist, she launched A PURE Movement to empower women and girls and confront violence against women. Most recently Mahogany was named a 2016 Kresge Arts Fellow.

In her career, Mahogany has now released 3 full-length albums and has been featured on over 30 compilations, Mixtapes and CDs. She was able to achieve all of the feats listed above, while still taking the time to give back to the future leaders in music, as facilitator for one of Detroit’s largest literary arts non- profits, Inside Out, an adjunct instructor at the Detroit Institute of Music, as well as a lead facilitator for Detroit non profit, the Yuinon, and is a proud member of the Foundation- a women in Hip-Hop collective based in Detroit.

Mahogany has graced stages with such greats as Gil Scott Heron, Talib Kweli, KEM, Rah Digga, India.Arie, The Roots, and Jessica Care Moore. Most recently, she was billed alongside Grammy Award-winning rapper, Rapsody, at the much publicized and successful, Foundation Women in Hip Hop Concert, which was apart of Detroit’s first Women in Hip Hop Conference.

Mahogany’s next album, “Sugar Water,” is set to release Summer 2016 and will be an ode to the art forms of Hip Hop and Soul Music that inform her musical style.

website:Mahogany Jones

YouTube: MahoganyJonztv

Conversations With Kai Mann Podcast #1- Adra Young

Adra Young is a Native of Gary Indiana, and has over twenty years of experience with the youth in and out of the classroom environment.  Serving for the Detroit Impact Center as a Social Skills provider she pinpointed the lack of resources available for both middle and high school students within the urban setting.  Creating a curriculum specifically to address the concerns of youngsters facing overwhelming social dynamics, her program was well received and utilized in several Detroit Schools.  During her years with the Detroit Public School system, she served as a liaison for the “Conversation about Race” project which addressed the direct concerns of African American males at Eastern Michigan University.  In 2013, she achieved international book reviewer’s status and became a food critic within the south east region of Michigan.  In 2014, she hosted the Cooks and Books show a weekly segment on Urban Nation Radio dedicated to literary artist, and foodies far and wide. Certified in Suicide Intervention and Color it Real HIV and Substance Abuse Training, she is the author of three books. Her latest book, The Misfits is a fictional read based upon the middle school bullying experience.  

 

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Cassandra  (Cassy) Jones-McBryde is a social entrepreneur who has a long-standing commitment to the empowerment and positive development of women and girls of every size, internationally and specifically in Detroit. Her passion for helping women, specifically plus-size women, see their beauty from the inside out, led to Cassandra becoming the founder and C.E.O. of LaFaye Consulting that specialized in event planning, plus fashion show production and plus wardrobe styling.

In 2008, she became the Executive Producer of the International Fuller Women Expo in the US and recently expanded the expo to Nigeria. She is responsible for bringing together a number of outstanding local and international speakers, celebrities and fashion designers while providing empowerment seminars and workshops. This event is hosted annually in Detroit and attracts attendees, sponsors, vendors and exhibitors throughout the world.   The Expo is dedicated to empowering women to believe in their self worth, to bring to light issues that effect them and introduce them to a broader community that embraces and values them.   The concept of community support was the impetus for the formation of International Fuller Woman Network, of which Cassandra is the Founder. Every woman who joins is welcomed “with arms that support each member“, especially with the Network’s online presence via its Facebook fan page.

The Fuller Woman Network is truly connecting curves around the world. It has been an honor for her to be able to share with global readers her perspective as it relates to the many facets of the plus community. To that end, Cassandra serves as the Features Editor for Daily Venus Diva. She is tasked with creating content that provides news and information that affects all women.  Cassandra’s dedication to making sure that the next generation of Detroit-area women feel loved and valued was part of the driving force behind the creation of the nonprofit organization, Pretty Girl Project where she is the co-founder and C.E.O.  It aims to help girls realize their inner and outer beauty during their critical stages of development. This is achieved through initiatives like the Pretty Prom Princess Event that gifts prom dresses, accessories,career counseling, etiquette training and age-appropriate make up classes to Detroit-area teens in need.Cassandra has assisted numerous organizations centered on women’s issues and rights.

She is currently an Executive Board Member of Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment (SAFE), a non-profit organization that helps women achieve financial stability while transitioning from lives affected by domestic violence.  Additionally, she is a Steering Committee Member of Transformation Detroit. which is a project comprised of multi-disciplinary agencies designed to be a catalyst to enhancing the ability of community partners in providing battered women in Detroit, who have mental health and trauma challenges, culturally relevant and appropriate services, support and resources that increase their resiliency and empower them to overcome the impact of the violence.

Cassandra has dedicated her life to helping women overcome adversity, improve their self image and build community of positive support. Although her reach has expanded beyond Detroit, she had an ever-present focus on the needs of the women of her beloved city.

Website: Fuller Woman

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Chris Lee inspires others to find their true purpose in life – and arms them with the courage to live that purpose.  He’s written 2 books, hosts a talk radio show on 910AM and is a keynote speaker. Chris uses a unique mix of emotional healing and the philosophy of Universal Synchronicity to help his listeners and readers  achieve success.

Chris Lee is the author of “From Frustration to Fulfillment”, a book written to help anyone that has ever faced a seemingly hopeless situation. Chris uses writing to help others to re-discover and reconnect with their true selves, because a person armed with “knowledge of self” can accomplish anything.

Chris is a Specs Howard School of Media Arts graduate who enjoys baseball, live music and is fun at parties.

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Dr. Shawn the LPC, is a licensed professional counselor, a psychologist and co-founder of Ambassador Counseling and Resource Group. She is also a college administrator at one of the leading private colleges in Michigan. Dr. Shawn specializes in working with families, and has over 20 years experience in counseling. Dr “Shawn” is a trained expert in mending broken families, she is a facilitator in Survival Skills for Youth, Parenting Education Trainer, and she volunteers as program evaluation chair for Just Speak, Inc. She knows mental health matters, as she has mentored many new counselors and has a heart for healing as her personal mantra is”Build, Believe and Go Beyond the Ordinary”. 

 

 

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Angela T. Jones is Chief Executive Officer of Super Woman Productions and Publishing in Detroit, Michigan. She’s a published author, a gifted motivational speaker, movie producer, blogger, radio show host and contributing writer. Angela’s written works have been published by Global Grind, Essence, Yahoo!, Detroit CEO Magazine, LinkedIn, Thrive Detroit Street Newspaper, BLAC Magazine and others.

Angela was raised in a middle class neighborhood, on the west side of Detroit, Michigan by her maternal grandparents. Angela studied dance and music as a young child and was considered a child prodigy, being able to read and write before kindergarten. In elementary school, Angela’s grandparents were offered the opportunity to have Angela promoted to a higher grade level, but declined. Angela’s teachers encouraged her creativity and writing abilities throughout her formative years. Angela’s grandfather died of cancer when she was twelve years old. The relationship she had with her grandfather was a strong bond that couldn’t be replaced.

Angela graduated from Cass Technical High School in Detroit. At the age of eighteen years old, Angela gave birth to her son, one month before her high school graduation. Angela had been accepted to Clark Atlanta University and in an attempt to continue to have the support of the father of her son, she decided to remain in Michigan and attended Lawrence Technological University. When things with her son’s father didn’t materialize as agreed, Angela found herself raising her son as a single parent. Angela didn’t allow that set back to deter her. Angela dropped out of Lawrence Tech after a year and entered the workforce. By the age of nineteen, Angela was working full-time and was a homeowner and she did so without receiving government assistance. Her only support system was her grandmother.

Angela won a modeling contest at the age of 22. Not wanting to leave her son without both of his biological parents to raise him, Angela turned down the offer and continued working in corporate America. A few years later Angela got married. The marriage ended in divorce after three years. During the marriage Angela suffered emotional and physical abuse at the hands of her husband and his infidelity that resulted in her losing a pregnancy with twins. Angela prayed for God to help her rid herself of the damaging and unhealthy relationship.

On September 13, 2001, Angela filed for divorce after being separated from her abuser. Once her divorce was final, she went back to her maiden name of Jones. At the age of 27 Angela was diagnosed with a chronic illness and told that she wouldn’t live to the age of 30. That news inspired Angela to rid as much stress and drama from her life as possible. Angela recovered from the illness and is proud to have celebrated her 40th birthday as of December 2014. In spite of the many personal obstacles Angela faced and overcame in her life, she still has faith, is blessed and has always been looked upon by her peers as someone with strength, knowledge and who is reliable. As a result people began to call her “Super Woman”.

When Angela decided to start her company in 2008, after being offered publishing deals with other companies that wouldn’t afford her the creative control she desired, Angela opted to use the name “Super Woman” to identify her brand and the strength, knowledge and reliability behind it. Super Woman Productions and Publishing was born.

Angela has been featured in articles in Rolling Out Magazine, Salon World USA Magazine, Detroit CEO Magazine, Front Page Detroit, Newsvine, Houston Business Examiner, The Network Journal, MadameNoire.com, Blog Her and BLAC Magazine along with several others. Angela was listed in Who’s Who In Black Detroit for her accomplishments in 2012, 2013 and 2015, was nominated for the Michigan Chronicle’s 40 Under 40, and was the recipient of the first Confident Woman Award.

Angela hosts a weekly radio show called The FabLife Radio Show and is Managing Editor for Detroit CEO Magazine, founded by Lacretia Rogers. Angela has had the privilege of interviewing hundreds of notable athletes, celebrities and subject matter experts for The FabLife Radio Show and Detroit CEO Magazine, and she is constantly involved in compelling and unique opportunities and events.

Super Woman Productions and Publishing is responsible for signature events such as I Feel Good! Mind, Body and Soul Women’s Conference, held annually at Wayne State University, and the only official International Women’s Day event in the entire state of Michigan, held on March 8 for the last three years, called Women’s Day Tea. In 2014, Angela included Detroit Women In the Arts Wikipedia Edit-Athon as a signature event, and has since become an Ambassador for Wikipedia Edit-Athons.

As a writer, Angela has successfully published books, short stories, blogs, guides and articles on various platforms and in print. Angela is sought after as a motivational speaker and host for events, ranging from youth initiatives to women’s empowerment events. For Angela, popularity is not the measure of success. One of her professional goals is to build the Super Woman Brand into a successful and sustainable brand in both media and entertainment, while offering opportunities for others to realize their dreams of becoming published authors.

Angela’s book “Breaking Through the Black Ceiling”, was published in 2014, and is dedicated to the memory of Mark England, with a portion of book sales being donated to Karmanos Cancer Institute for cancer research and support. The book is available on Google Books, Kobo, Kindle, NOOK and in paperback and has sold several copies. Angela is currently being asked to speak at different events regarding the book’s subject matter.

Angela’s mentors include Grammy nominated hip hop producer and award winning DJ, DJ Scratch, local businessman and philanthropist Bob McPherson and the late Mark England, whom she credits for cultivating her fashion style. Angela has received the support of numerous organizations for her community involvement, including but not limited to Disney Dreamers Academy, American Red Cross of Southeast Michigan, The Sister Accord, and most recently Karmanos Cancer Institute.

Angela sits on the board of two nonprofit organizations in Detroit, and is a member of several professional and community based organizations and has several projects in development under the Super Woman Brand. In 2014, Angela was selected for a role in the college tour of “The Black Social Network”, written by Zondra Hughes and produced by Six Brown Chicks. Shortly after, Angela was selected by Zondra Hughes to represent Detroit as a Correspondent Blogger for Six Brown Chicks. Angela has since been a guest on the Cliff Kelley Show on WVON Chicago, moderated a relationship panel discussion for the 2015 Michigan Chronicle’s Women of Excellence Award Ceremony and written numerous blogs for Six Brown Chicks based on her own unique experiences.

 

Satori Shakoor

on Dec 7, 2016

Tonight we sit down with the Queen of Storytelling Satori Shakoor. Satori, is the creator, curator, producer and host of the award-winning Secret Society of Twisted Storytellers. Tonight Satori tells her own personal story.

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Satori Shakoor
http://www.satorishakoor.com/
Twitter: @satori_10
Instagram: @twistedstorytellers
Facebook:@satori.shakoor

Videography: Lenderrick Jones [Focus One Entertainment]
Music By: Arnav Sristava
Song: King’s Castle

Kai Mann
https://kai-mann.com/
Twitter: @kaiology
Instagram: @kaiology
Facebook: @kaiology

Rosemarie ‘One Single Rose’ Wilson

on Dec 21, 2016

On this episode of Conversations With Kai Mann we sit down with the magnificent Rosemarie ‘One Single Rose’ Wilson. Following the poems where they lead Rosemarie becomes one of Detroit’s Premier Poets. Join us as we find out more about who she is, what she does, and why she does it.

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Rosemarie ‘One Single Rose’ Wilson
http://www.onesinglerose.com/
Twitter: @OneSingleRose
Instagram: @OneSingleRose313
Facebook:@OneSingleRose

Videography: Lenderrick Jones [Focus One Entertainment]
Music By: Arnav Sristava
Song: King’s Castle

Kai Mann
https://kai-mann.com/
Twitter: @kaiology
Instagram: @kaiology
Facebook: @kaiology

Michelle E. Brown

on Jan 18, 2017

Tonight on Conversations With Kai Mann we talk with the FORCE that is known as Michelle Elizabeth Brown. This public speaker, author, storyteller and activist talks about the collections that make up her new show Collections By Michelle Brown and her experience with taking care of her father after her mother’s sudden death.

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Michelle Elizabeth Brown
www.collectionsbymichellebrown.com
Twitter: @MychangeIAm
Show Twitter: @collectionsbymb
Show Instagram: @collectionsbymb
Facebook: @michelleelizabethbrown
Show Facebook Fan Page: @collectionsbymichellebrown

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Host:
Kai Mann
kai-mann.com
Twitter: @kaiology
Facebook: @kaiology

Videography: Lenderrick Jones
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh
Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Music By: Arnav Sristava
Song(s): King’s Castle
909music.com

Michael Muse

on Feb 1, 2017

Tonight on Conversations With Kai Mann we have yet another fascinating conversation. This time we sit down with the Fearless Coach, Michael Muse.

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Wednesday, February 1st we talk ‘Fearlessness’ with the Fearless Coach, Michael Muse on Conversations With Kai Mann.

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Michael Muse
Website: http://www.michaelmusenow.com/
Facebook: @MichaelMuseNow

Host: Kai Mann
Website: kai-mann.com
Instagram: @kaiology
Facebook: @kai.mann
Twitter: @kaiology

Show:
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Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann
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Videography: Lenderrick Jones [Focus One Entertainment]
Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music By Arnav Sristava
Song(s): King’s Castle
www.909music.com

J Bell & Peace

on Mar 8, 2017

Part of transformation and healing is about the relationships that we build and nurture along the way. There are people in our lives that are the very fabric in our existence that make who we are and what we do most important. These relationships allow us to exist in our power and reach maximum impact. The Conversations With Kai Mann show is seeking to talk about those relationships, the depth, the width, and the breadth of them.

Join us for the 1st conversation in the #dynamicduo and #powercouple series with JBell and his wife Peace. These #FunnyActing Entertainers share what brought them together, holds them together, and keeps them balanced.

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JBell Comedy
Instagram: @jbellcomedy
Facebook: @Jbellcomedy
Twitter: @jbellcomedy

Peace
@Instagram: @peacebwhattheycallme
Facebook: @clarethapeacebell
Twitter: @3Clarethapeace

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Host: Kai Mann
Website: kai-mann.com
Instagram: @kaiology
Facebook: @kai.mann
Twitter: @kaiology

Show:
Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann
Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann
Twitter: @converskaimann

Producer: Lenderrick Jones [Focus One Entertainment]
Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music By Arnav Sristava
Song(s): King’s Castle & Beautiful Sunset
Triple Scoop Music

Season 1 Finale- H. Eugene & Tracee Boyd

on Apr 5, 2017

Join us tonight as we talk with the dynamic duo that is H. Eugene and Tracee Boyd. This duo has the book game on lock. They are making writing history as the Plot Twist Queen and Suspense Thriller King. Watch the show as they talk about how they work together to create their storylines and how they help other authors as well.

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Host: Kai Mann
http://kai-mann.com
Instagram: @kaiology
Twitter: @kaiology
Facebook: @kaimann

Producer: Lenderrick Jones
Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Theme music by: Arnav Sristava
Song(s): King’s Castle & Beautiful Sunset
909music.com

Anton Barnes

on Feb 22, 2017

Tonight on Conversations With Kai Mann we talk with Anton Barnes of Anton Speaks and Brand Ambassador for 1701 BeSpoke.

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Anton D. Barnes
Speaker, Author, Life & Business Coach
Anton Barnes Speaks, LLC
antonbarnesspeaks.com
www.AntonBarnesSpeaks.com

Host: Kai Mann
Website: kai-mann.com
Instagram: @kaiology
Facebook: @kai.mann
Twitter: @kaiology

Show:
Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann
Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann
Twitter: @converskaimann

Videography: Lenderrick Jones [Focus One Entertainment]
Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music By Arnav Sristava
Song(s): King’s Castle, Crunch & Beautiful Sunset
Triple Scoop Music
www.909music.com

Kimberly Batchelor Davis

on Dec 28, 2016

Tonight we talk Post Partum Depression, Caring for elderly parents, and life on the Conversations With Kai Mann show with author and event planner Kimberly Batchelor Davis. This is authenticity at its best.

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Join us for a conversation with Author and Event Planner Kimberly Batchelor Davis as we talk about post-partum depression, taking care of elderly parents and more, Wednesday, December 28th at 7pm EST.

Kimberly Batchelor Davis
http://www.kimberlybatchelordavis.com/
Facebook: @kimberlybatcherlordavis
Instagram: @batchelordavis
Twitter: @batchelordavis

Watch Conversations With Kai Mann Wednesdays at 7pm est. Log on to www.watchthelivenetwork.com

Videography & Editing by: Lenderrick Jones [Focus One Entertainment]
Music By: Arnav Sristava
Song: King’s Castle

Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh
Producer: Kai Mann

Twitter: @converskaimann
Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann
Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann

Calvin Thompson

on Jan 4, 2017

It’s time to renew your mind! Tonight we talk mental health with author and Mental Health Technician Calvin Thompson. Listen in as we talk mental health from a text book, personal, and a spiritual perspective.

Watch Conversations With Kai Mann Wednesdays at 7:00pm EST on the Live Network. Log on to www.watchthelivenetwork.com

Calvin Thompson
https://calvinthompsonblog.wordpress.com
Facebook: @calvinthompson
Twitter: @Calcutta417

Videography & Editing by: Lenderrick Jones [Focus One Entertainment]
Music By: Arnav Sristava
Song: King’s Castle

Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh
Producer: Kai Mann

Twitter: @converskaimann
Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann
Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann

Tawana ‘Honeycomb’ Petty

on Mar 1, 2017

Tonight we start on the front lines with social justice organizer Tawana ‘Honeycomb’ Petty. Petty, a poet, mother, and activist talks peace, balance, and laughter amid the struggle; and why she meditates prior to entering doors. Join us for another story that bridges the gap and connects us to societal healing.

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Tawana Petty aka ‘Honeycomb’
Author: Coming Out My Box and Introducing Honeycomb
Facebook: @tawanapetty
website: honeycombthepoet.com

Host: Kai Mann
Website: kai-mann.com
Instagram: @kaiology
Facebook: @kai.mann
Twitter: @kaiology

Show:
Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann
Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann
Twitter: @converskaimann

Videography: Lenderrick Jones [Focus One Entertainment]
Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music By Arnav Sristava
Song(s): King’s Castle & Beautiful Sunset
Triple Scoop Music

Dom LaRay

on Jan 25, 2017

Tonight on Conversations With Kai Mann we sit down with the lyrical Maven herself, Dom LaRay. Dom LaRay talks about her new best seller “A Million Heartbreaks”, why she decided to tell this story and why she chooses to forgive. This is a story you don’t want to miss.

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Dom LaRay
website: www.domlaray.com
Twitter: @dom_laray
Facebook: @domlaray
Instagram: @domlaray

Host: Kai Mann
Website: kai-mann.com
Instagram: @kaiology
Facebook: @kai.mann
Twitter: @kaiology

Show:
Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann
Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann
Twitter: @converskaimann

Videography: Lenderrick Jones [Focus One Entertainment]
Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music By Arnav Sristava
Song(s): King’s Castle
www.909music.com

Henrietta Ivey

on Jan 11, 2017

Tonight at 7pm EST on the Conversations With Kai Mann show we talk with Henrietta Ivey resident of Detroit, MI homecare worker and organizer, Speaker of the 2016 Democratic national convention, 2017 city council candidate and mentor of Ivey kids summer mentor program. Henrietta speaks candidly about life in Detroit, politics, mentoring, suicide attempts, survival, and more.

To watch Conversations with Kai Mann every Wednesday log on to www.watchthelivenetwork.com

Twitter: @converskaimann
Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann
Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann

Host:
Kai Mann
kai-mann.com
Twitter: @kaiology
Facebook: @kaiology

Videography: Lenderrick Jones
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh
Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Music By: Arnav Sristava
Song(s): King’s Castle (Triple Scoop Music)

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