People Before Politics Radio Episode 343 – Health & Wellness Sunday

Black Westchester presents the People Before Politics Radio Show Episode 343 Health & Wellness Sunday
with your hosts Damon K. Jones & AJ Woodson
Our guests this week are Brenda L. Crump who will give us a review of Black VegFest 2022 A Celebration Of Veganism, Art, Courage, Joy, And Love and a safe space for all, and an opportunity to learn, celebrate, heal, and love, and Omowale Adewale, co-founder and executive director of Grassroots Artists Movement (G.A.ME) and founder of Black VegFest. Omowale is the author of “An Introduction to Veganism
And the second hour, David B. Moffett a prostate cancer survivor and advocate who is using his story to raise awareness and Spellman M – September is prostate cancer awareness month

Check out Omowale’s books An Introduction to Veganism and Agricultural Globalism and Brotha Vegan: Black Men Speak on Food, Identity, Health, and Society and visit the website for Liberation Farms and follow Omowale on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Prostate Cancer survivor and advocate is having a walk in September for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month (see below)

Damon believes Black Communities must be Safe, Sacred, and Busy, Like every other ethnic community. We must set real priorities for our health, wellness, mental clarity, and Black Love within our communities. He is the Publisher and Co-Owner of Black Westchester Magazine and has authored several books on health and wellness specifically to inspire Black and Brown communities toward self-care, self-love and self-efficacy. Mr. Jones is also the New York State Representative of Blacks in Law Enforcement of America. From 2006 to 2010, Mr. Jones served as the North-East Region President of the National Black Police Association. Mr. Jones also served as a national board member and Chair of the National Membership Committee of the National Black Police Association and has been recognized locally and nationally for his leadership in addressing the need for transparency, accountability, justice, and the need to cure social-economic disparities in communities of color.

Black Minds Must Matter – It Is Essential To Address Anxiety And Depression Through A Black Lens While Teaching Black People To Love Themselves is available along with his other books on Amazon. For more information on Damon K. Jones check out website and follow him on FacebookTwitter and Instagram

AJ Woodson is the Co-Founder and Editor-In-Chief of Black Westchester and Co-host and Producer of People Before Politics Radio. AJ is a Father, Brother, Author, Writer, Journalism Fellow, Rapper, Radio Personality, Hip-Hop Historian and A Freelance Journalist whose byline has appeared in several print publications and online sites including The Source, Vibe, the Village Voice, Upscale,,, Rolling Out Newspaper, Spiritual Minded Magazine and several others. Follow AJ Woodson on FacebookTwitter and Instagram and check out his new book, Black Westchester – The Origin Story & How My Faith Was Instrumental In This Great Experiment available on Amazon.

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