Monica Pearson had Mr. Tracey Mosley, Sr. Director of the Urban League to discuss educating the public on voter suppression, provisional and early voting starting ,and why every Georgian and Blacks in particular must be engaged as we will make the difference in this election.
Her guest has played with Stevie Wonder; Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, the Four Tops and The Temptations. He's a percussionist, vocalist, songwriter, producer and he is a native of Newnan, Georgia. Many know his music, like Groove Machine, Party Train, I wanna Dance all night but don't know him...Hamilton Bohannon. Most people just call him Bohannon. He joined Monica on the show and he premiered his new music but you'll also hear what made him so popular in the disco era, plus how he is...
Homelessness...it is all around us but the frightening thing is the number of families who are homeless. Nicholas House provides more than a roof over the heads of families living on the streets. Norma Nyhoff and Michael A. Jones joined Monica Pearson to detail how the organization helps families become self-sufficient.
Helping people get job ready, get a job and then keep the job..that's what the Ringer Center for Excellence is all about. Hear from a student who made the grade and is now making the pay. Also, Blake of Blake Vision joins Monica Pearson to talk about his tribute show to Aretha Franklin, who died of pancreatic cancer. His tribute will benefit the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, plus hear from Teona Ducre, a pancreatic cancer survivor.
So many people say, your health is your wealth. The Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority wants to help you get wealthy with health. Monica talks to Tommy Dortch and Lisa Flagg from the FDHA about the 7th Annual Health Summit and how you can get the WOW Factor....wellness over weight. And learn about the "Know Your Five" campaign.
Bunk bed, loft beds ...a fall from one can kill you. And you'd be surprised to learn 76,000 people under the age of 21 end up in the emergency room each year with injuries from falling from one of those beds. Monica Pearson talks to Mariellen Jacobs and her son, Clark. He almost died after falling from a bed at college. She's started a campaign to make sure what happened to her son doesn't happen to anyone else. Here is their amazing story on the Monica Pearson Show.