Unwinding with Tynia
By Tynia Canada
Unwinding with TyniaJan 13, 2023
Ladies, let's talk about the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA)
Attorney Wendy Murphy is an adjunct professor of sexual violence law at New England Law Boston. She was a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School and taught Reproductive Rights and Technologies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is the founder and director of the Victim Advocacy & Research Group which is a volunteer legal advocacy organization that, since 1992, has provided free legal services to victims in the criminal justice system. This brilliant woman successfully sued both Princeton University and Harvard Law School for violating Title IX regulations “by mishandling sexual assault complaints.
Are women treated equally in this country? How important is a women's voice in family court? This is part one of discussions you will hear from Murphy about equality for all women. Do you believe women are equal because of race, beliefs, or color? Enjoy this lesson about the ERA, and the laws suits filed by The Elizabeth Cady Stanton Trust to recognize the existence of women.
Commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month with Eileen King, Director of Child Justice
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. As we raise awareness to domestic violence, we ask individuals to show their commitment to promoting healthy relationships. Unwinding With Tynia Proudly presents Ms. Eileen King. King has been an advocate for abuse survivors since 1995. In 2012, Eileen became the founding director of Child Justice, Inc. Under Eileen’s leadership, Child Justice has grown tremendously, now with ten full-time employees. Her organization provides or seek pro bono legal services for non-offending, protective parents in civil family law or protective order cases involving child custody and access.
This discussion provides information of some of the injustices of the court system, abuse of children and protective parents. Child Justice assists individuals in the state of Maryland, and provides resources to individuals out of state.
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Tina Melo- Fashion, Art, Education & Health
Tina Melo , is the author of the upcoming award-winning book, THE HEALING POWER OF ART. Tina founded The Melo Project Runway For The Youth, Melo International, Galeria United, Indigo Justice & Saving Lives In Texas, to heal & empower the youth & adults born with creative abilities, disabilities, or mentally challenged.
You will be amazed to learn how Melo has used her skills to inspire the lives of children, to live their dreams in the fashion world!
Conversation with Indie Music Channel Award winning Blues Singer Willie Jackson
Willie Jackson is a Savannah, Georgia native raised by a his parents, the late Reverend Willie Jackson his mother Annie Pearl Jackson. Willie is the youngest of the 6 children. In addition to Willie being a singer, he is also writer, producer, and a savvy businessman by owning the rights to all of his music!
Willie talks about the importance of family, as he shares the love of his 96 year old mother. He gave her a guitar as a gift about two years ago and she is still strumming her guitar strings.
Willie’s original music is in the South Georgia tradition of soul stirring blues with clever lyrics. His new album, All In the Blues, was released in 2021 and has already won 3 Indie Music Channel Awards!
The album features 12 original songs written by Willie and features guest performances from Mary Davis from the SOS Band and Jimmy Williams from the band Brick.
Bob Baldwin is an international contemporary jazz pianist, producer, music composer, radio host, author, and creator of the NewUrbanJazz Lounge radio show. Baldwin candidly shares the influence of his late father, Robert Garfield Baldwin, Sr. who was a professional musician. He recognized Baldwins "gift" for music which quickly led Baldwin to become a child prodigy at the tender age of 5 years old.
Join us as this Mount Vernon, New Yorker-born individual shares excerpts of his personal and professional musical journey. Baldwin examines the importance of learning the business aspect of music, which explains why he is recognized as the "Ray Charles of music" owning the rights to most of his masters!
He discusses the importance of family values as he is a caretaker for his mother, which allows him to be a guest on Friday, November 12, 2021 at 7:00 PM for AARP. Tune into the AARP Atlanta Couch Concert for his virtual concert with legendary guest artist.
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Jerome Preston Bates Presents ~ Ladies in the Life of Jimi Hendrix Electric Lady
The Black Repertory Group Berkeley- Dr. Mona Scott Executive Director and Sean Vaughn Scott Presents Electric Lady. Written and Directed by Jerome Preston Bates. October 1, 2021, 8 PM EST and 5 PM PST. Streamed Live and Free on Rome Neal's Banana Puddin' Jazz YoutubeChannel.
A conversation with some of the cast members and affiliates of the Jimi Hendrix Trilogy.
Listen to exciting stories shared by the original Jimi Hendrix singer and songwriter collaborator, Rosa Lee Brooks,Actress Genia Morgan, Rome Neal, spearheaded by Writer and Director Jerome Preston Bates.
Be sure to tune in and support this spectacular production, as you will be enlightened by the love interests of Jimi Hendrix.
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This Business of Music with Bodacious One Entertainment CEO~ Bo Sampson
The name Bo Sampson is not new to the entertainment industry, however, as Sampson glides through the room with discreetness, believe that he observes every movement and uses his sense of discernment to decide who he will interact with. This scholar will vacate the location along with enough information to research his evidence before he decides how to move forward creating his next masterpiece.
This Washiningtonian talks about Go-Go music and more. This episode will enlighten you on with the answer to the question asked by so many, "What does he do?" You will discover who he is, and whose he is. A segment you don't want to miss!
An Evening With Jazz Pianist Amir Small
Amir Small is a Bronx-born Jazz Pianist and Berklee School of Music graduate. The son of Music Engineer and Producer Gilbert and Pianist/Vocalist Robin Small is carrying on the legacy of his mother and late father with his debut solo piano disc, Jazz Therapy, which premiered on WCLK in September 2021. Enjoy the music and talents of Mr. Amir Small.
Conversing about single motherhood
Carla J. Curtis is not a newbie when it comes to writing. She published her 1st book over 20 years ago, and celebrating the 20th anniversary of her newly released book entitled "A Single Woman's Parenting Journey: Survival Tidbits". Carla is an author, blogger, psychotherapist.
This conversation discusses about her experience as a teenage mother and her daughter too, becomes a teenage parent. She speaks very openly about her experiences and how her relationship with God has always the anchor in her life.
Contact your book club members, church groups, family members and friends. Join in with your cup of organic tea as you listen to this conversation about single parenting tidbits. You will want to have a discussion afterwards.
Celebrity Stylist and Entrepreneur
LeVura Geuka is a member of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), Local 798 Hair and Makeup Union who resides in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Her work can be witnessed by some of the most popular actors on your favorite television show, or movie screen! LeVura's talent and professionalism had landed her to work under the direction of one of there most popular director, screenwriter, and producers.
You will learn how she successfully used her intellect and entrepreneurial skills to achieve her success, and continues to remain humble giving back to communities, and helping others as she is still flourishing.
Let's Talk Real Estate
Ken Hedrington is an experiencde real estate investor, all around nerd of anything investments related, and holder of the these current titles: Son, Brother, and most important Husband!
Follow Ken on Instagram @kenhedrington
Tynia reflects on the past interviews of J. Preston Bates, Natasha Daniels, and upcoming Guest LeVura Geuka. Tynia thanks you for your support, and there's much more to come!
How can communities help de-stigmatize mental health?
With the crisis of murders by police officers on individuals with mental health disorders, we must find a solution to assist and inform the communities about seeing mental health as it is-- A health issue. Tynia and Natasha will discuss and examine ways to find some resolutions to this dilemma.
Natasha Daniels, MA, LPC, BCC, MAC, is a licensed professional counselor who has presented several trainings on mental health and substance use at various community locations, police departments and courthouses. Over the past years Natasha has worked in a variety of settings in the field including group homes, psychiatric hospitals, counseling centers and private practice.
Unwinding with Tynia interviews actor, director, writer & Minister Jerome Preston Bates
J. Preston Bates will have a discussion about his rise to dreams fulfilled.
Introducing: Unwinding With Tynia
Tynia is an Inspirational speaker, Healthy Relationship Strategist, Certified Grief Specialist, Mental Health Counselor, Recording Artist, and Founder of Inspirational Spirit of the Phoenix, Inc.
This episode is an introduction of some of the topics I will be discussing, and interviews of special guests. I will be on every other Monday at 7:00pm.
My first guest will be Actor, Director, and Writer Jerome Preston Bates! Bates has appeared in several Broadway shows, creating the role of Floyd Barton opposite Viola Davis in August Wilson’s Seven Guitars, has been featured in recurring roles on HBO’s OZ and All My Children .Most recently, producer on the radio podcast Creating In A Time of Covid with West Coast and East Coast artist.
Listen in on Monday, April 5, 2021 at 7:00 pm.