Blog Entry Health & Healing, Narrative Change

Journey To Radiance" Ep. 1: "Journey to Rumble"

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As part of our Health and Healing Strategies initiative, CBMA is excited to launch our new multimedia series, Journey to Radiance. Hosted by WolfHawkJaguar and produced by CBMA strategic partner 393Films, Journey to Radiance will take you on a quest with leaders in the field of Black Male Achievement and beyond on their transformative journeys to achieve health and balance in their lives and careers. See the latest podcast and webisode installments below!

In our second podcast episode released December 7th, we featured an interview with Dr. Monique Lessare, Executive Director at Rafiki Coalition on Health and Wellness, on the art of Black Health and Wellness. 


On our first episode, we joined Oakland leader DeMario Lewis on an expedition to Louisville, Kentucky to experience his first "Rumble Young Man, Rumble!" -- CBMA's preeminent annual gathering of leaders in Black Male Achievement. We explored pathways to healing through DeMario’s experience as he heals his heartbreak over the murder of four of his friends, learns the six principles of Muhammad Ali, and ultimately becomes inspired to share them with DetermiNation, a local Black men's group in Oakland. 

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NEW: The first webisode in the "Journey To Radiance" series is now available! Watch it now!


BONUS FEATURE: The Journey To Radiance theme song is an original composition created especially for the content series! The words are, in and of themselves, a source of inspiration and motivation for health, healing and wellness. To hear and download the full version, GO HERE.

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