Get ready for a powerful episode as we take time to look at the past so we can move forward to a better future. During the Interview, we’re taking time to celebrate Black History Month with my girl, Cheryl Nembhard, back again from EP 48. Cheryl is a powerhouse Speaker, Author, TV and Podcast Host, Playwright, Filmmaker, and Educator who uses all of these outlets to further her efforts in Social Justice Advocacy. You’ll hear all this and more on the Soul H2O Radio & Podcast Show, Episode #58, Learning To Look Back To The Past
Learning To Look To The Past
Sherry’s Response to the George Floyd Murder
Speaker, Author, TV and Podcast Host, Playwright, Filmmaker, and Educator
Cheryl’s advocacy and influence has been recognized over the years especially when she was honoured and featured by CBC as one of 150 Black Women who have made a place in Canadian History and in April, 2017 she was awarded the Harry Jerome Social Advocacy award, the highest national award level for African Canadians.
Website: www.cherylnembhard.com www.emgeducation.com
All Social Media Platforms: @CherylNembhard
TV Co-Host: See, Hear, Love on YES TV
Podcast: On The Path w/Chery Nembhard (available on all podcast platforms
Book: Brave: This is Us, an interactive journal for girls ages 12 – 18. Purchase it here: www.braveboutique.org
Cheryl developed and facilitate a 10 week online emotional healing course called “The Lighthouse Project” which is a virtual life coaching program w/ Christian Therapists, Psychologists & Pastors as contributors
EMG Education – Educating, Motivating Generations: an educational theatre company that uses the Fine Arts to inspire & empower over 70,000 students (www.emgeducation.com) within the Public & Catholic School Systems since 2010.
Bleed The Same by Mandisa
Black History In Canada: A Select Timeline by Historica Canada https://youtu.be/852M3oYYHI8
82nd Heritage Minutes: Viola Desmond at 1 hour 45 min