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Journey to Radiance Ep. 2: "The Art of Health & Healing"

As part of our Health and Healing Strategies initiative, CBMA launched a multimedia series, "Journey to Radiance" that features interviews and profiles of Black Male Achievement (BMA) leaders from around the country. Hosted by WolfHawkJaguar and produced by CBMA strategic partner 393Films, "Journey to Radiance" takes you on a quest with these BMA leaders on their transformative journeys to achieve health and balance in their lives and careers.

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 and Ty Blair, Wellness Program Manager at Rafiki Coalition, on the art of Black Health and Wellness. 

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