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NEW Journey To Radiance: "Journey To Giving"

Just in time for Giving Tuesday, we're excited to share the latest episode of our Journey To Radiance podcast, in which we explore valuable insights to accompany us along the "Journey To Giving."

In this episode co-hosts Dr. Phyllis Hubbard and WolfHawkJaguar interview Shaka Jamal, a culturally innovative artist and filmmaker from Oakland, California, about the importance of leveraging your time, talents, and treasures towards the greater good. 

Shaka is a film producer, director, cinematographer, editor, writer, performing artist, and music producer who is the first filmmaker from Oakland to receive the Game Changers Fellowship, leading him to premiere a series of micro-documentaries in New York at Harlem’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Shaka's work has premiered both nationally and internationally, on television and in numerous film festivals. He is a graduate of Tuskegee University where he earned a BA in History, and received a Master’s of Fine Arts in Cinema at San Francisco State University. 

Tune in to hear more of Shaka's powerful testimony on giving!


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