“The Male Perspective” hosted by Lana Reid: guest Elijah Lewis
This episode of “The Male Perspective,” Lana sits down with Elijah Lewis – Author of “Your Jewels Are In Your Journey: Life Lessons To Lead You To Your Optimal Self.” Mr. Lewis shares his inspirational journey into writing along with excerpts from his personal life story which serve as motivation for chapters in his book. Through his book, motivational speaking and other events Mr. Lewis aspires to show others how to uncover the powerful life lessons that can help all of us unlock our true potential.
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This interview is part of the Black Men Matter (#BlackMenMatter) series of “The Male Perspective podcast. The weekly podcast showcases Lana Reid’s commitment to changing the narrative and stereotypes surrounding Black men by having informative, healthy and peaceful conversations with guests from all around the world. It opens the door for men to feel safe to tell their treasured stories and journey to the world.
Each week, two strangers sit down for a chat as Lana Reid hears the stories of men ranging from those who have recovered from childhood sexual abuse, struggled through co-parenting, to philosophies on relationships and entrepreneurship.
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“The Male Perspective” is hosted by Lana Reid, the founder of Conversations in Color, a nonprofit 501(c)3 grassroots organization dedicated to providing uplifting and community building spaces of dialogue for Black voices.
Conversations in Color’s Current Initiatives:
- THE MALE PERSPECTIVE: The purpose of “The Male Perspective” is to dispel stereotypes and increase awareness of the experiences of Black men through open discussions, thought-provoking interviews, and sharing personal experiences that serve as a platform to highlight the diversity and depth of the Black male experience.
- SISTAS REBUILDING SISTERHOOD: “Sistas Rebuilding Sisterhood,” is an intergenerational group of Black women who come together for relaxed and non-judgmental gatherings to exchange ideas, experiences and collaborate in a collective effort to improve the quality of sisterhood interactions in our day to day lives.
- KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR : “Know Your Neighbor” community engagement will aim to foster connectivity and a sense of community in local neighborhoods through our video contest. The program seeks to encourage interaction among neighbors in their immediate area and create a sense of community that can lead to thriving, connected and safer areas.