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DC Discussions - 77-Year-Old Taxi Drivers, Protestors, and Museum-Goers

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DC Talks

In The Shoes Of is back in business! Planned interviews will still be done, but like this episode, many in the future will be raw on the fly footage from random meetings with interesting people around the world. 

In this episode, we meet a 77-year-old taxi driver who has some wisdom regarding health and longevity, representatives from the longest protest in U.S. history, and from a mother and daughter who had just experienced the Museum of African American History and Culture. 

Stay tuned for a new episode every Monday. 

Erica Blocker - A Mom Helping Other Moms Achieve Their Dreams

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Erica Blocker

Erica Blocker is a mother, side business strategist, founder of Moms With Dreams University, and fellow podcaster. In this episode, we talk about the Black Panther movement, Black culture, being a mom and all that entails, and living a life of purpose and pursuing dreams especially because you're a parent.

This conversation sparked some parallel thoughts from the incredible "Seeing White" series from Scene on Radio, which I believe should be listened to with an open mind by everyone on the globe, though especially Americans. Check it out below. 

Check out the Scene on Radio "Seeing White" Series

Check out the book Erica mentioned in the interview.