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The National Black Radio Hall of Fame Launches Research Initiative To Focus On Black Women In Radio

The list of powerful Black Women In Radio just keeps growing. They do it all. “Black Women In Radio” are entertaining, informative, fun, talented, masterful, sexy, beautiful, humble, creative, mind-blowing trendsetters who have earned a place in radio history. From the 1930’s to 2017 women have been and continue to be multi-dimensional. While you may know them as local radio celebrities, on air personalities, show hosts, DJ’s, industry execs, managers and owners, some are also moms to children and the four-legged furry creatures, care-givers, wives, partners, entrepreneurs, world travelers, foodies, artist, musicians, singers, actresses, television sensations, philanthropists, community servants and world changers. “Black Women In Radio” have a place on The National Black Radio Hall of Fame’s research roster.  It is an honor to serve as a National Black Radio Hall of Fame Board Associate. Send bio’s, photo’s, updated information and little known facts to FeleshaLove@MySpirtFitness.com

 

Barnes & Noble Features Felesha Love in New Author Panel Discussion

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Barnes & Noble Welcomes Rising Local Authors.
Snellville, GA, August 21st 2015 – Barnes & Noble will be hosting a panel of local authors on September 12th 2015 from 2-4:30pm.   Book lovers will be given the opportunity to talk to the authors, ask questions and hear their stories personally.  The books are from a spectrum of genres,  the personal and the fictional, the local and the intriguing, the inspirational and the heartfelt.  The authors will have copies of their books available and will personalize them.
Below is a list of the authors that will be attending.
Felesha Love, author of “Brave Leap to Freedom” – This book is for you if you need to clear away toxic work/family relationships and build healthier ones. The author illuminates patterns of self sabotage and clears brighter paths to higher good.