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Cherry C., Charlene And Seaborn discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
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#897: New Orleans Vs. Airbnb
Airbnb has changed New Orleans. And now landlords and preservationists are fighting over the future of the city.
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Iyanla: Fix My Broken Mom
Iyanla travels to Birmingham, Alabama, to work with daughters Kim and Annette, whose relationship with their mother, Charlene, is at a breaking point. As little girls, the sisters felt their mother traded being a good parent for relationships with men who were often controlling and even abusive to them. Years later, unresolved issues from their painful past threaten to destroy Kim and Annette's relationship with their mother, who is broke, alone and dependent on their support. In an emotional process, Iyanla works to reopen the lines of communication between the three women and helps hold Charlene accountable for her parenting missteps, before it's too late.
Aired 7 months ago 4:19
Special Final Word - Charlayne Hunter-Gault
The month of March is international women's history month and we recently celebrated International Women's Day. Black history month just ended in February -- and so in honor of both, Katie will be highlighting some outstanding women in this space. This week...Charlayne Hunter-Gault is an Emmy award winning investigative journalist and recipient of 2 Peabody Awards. But before any of that, she was the first black woman to attend the University of Georgia in the segregated South in 1961. Charlayne Hunter-Gault graduated with a degree in journalism in 1963. She went on to work for the New York Times ,The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer and worked as NPR's chief correspondent in Africa for many years. She's also an author. She wrote in my place a memoir about her experiences at the University of Georgia. Charlayne Hunter-Gault is a pioneer and paved the way for many women in journalism and education.