Dr. Cheyenne Bryant – Mental Detox

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Got my book in the mail about a week ago and am already on Chapter 4. This extraordinary woman has accomplished so much and is sure to keep climbing the ladder of success throughout her career.

I know this book will put me in a better place – state of mind – physically & spiritually. If you’ve dealt with poisonous negative thoughts, experienced traumatizing events or just enjoy learning new ways to lead a healthy mindful life, this book can help you.

About The Author

Cheyenne Bryant is an experienced Life Coach. For years she has shared her wisdom, awareness, and insight through lectures and assisting individuals with life impairments and challenges. Cheyenne embarked on a similar journey as the one you are undertaking, assisted by Iyanla Vanzant, Marianne Williamson, and many others. It wasn’t until she began healing others, that she began to heal herself. You see, healing is transparent. God works through transparency. What God moves through you, God gives to you! On a professional level Cheyenne has had the privilege of working with John Travolta, Anthony Hopkins, Mel Gibson, Chaka Khan, Adam Levine, Mario Lopez, Jessica Simpson, Robin Thicke, Phil Ivey, Simon Fuller, Jamaal Jackson, Behati Prinsloo, Andrew Nikou, Bishop Noel Jones, Greys Anatomy, American Idol, Ellen Degeneres, Weight Watchers, Entertainment One, CBS, Hollywood Husbands, TV Guide, and many others!

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Nina Simone – Young Gifted And Black

Written and originally sung my Nina Simone in 1969 – the black diaspora.

This is a song you would hear in black parlors, meetings of the black civil rights movement and in our homes.

Author Shana L. Redmond is Assistant Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity at the University of Southern California. She is a former musician and labor organizer. Her book Social Movements and the Sound of Solidarity in the African Diaspora uses of Black anthems allows for a more complex reading of racial and political formations within the twentieth century, Redmond expands our understanding of how and why diaspora was a formative conceptual and political framework of modern Black identity. By tracing key compositions and performances around the world—from James Weldon Johnson’s “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing” that mobilized the NAACP to Nina Simone’s “To Be Young, Gifted & Black” which became the Black National Anthem of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)—Anthem develops a robust recording of Black social movements in the twentieth century that will forever alter the way you hear race and nation.