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Visibility

Every Wednesday at 8:00 pm EST

Because your voices are important and must be heard!

                 2018 Schedule


February 

Black History Month 

  • Mini Series: We Are Our Sisters’ Keepers: Black Girls and Women Empowering Each Other in the Millennium."



March

Women's History Month

  • Mini Series: Women of Color in History


International Women's Day 



Guests will include:


  • Scholars and researchers to share their research, publications, initiatives, etc. about girls and women of color
  • Authors, bloggers, playwrights, writers and publishers to discuss and share publications and blogs
  • Educators to discuss issues in the K-12 and higher education sectors
  • Entrepreneurs to discuss business, trends, new ventures, opportunities and more
  • Mothers, grandmothers and other relatives to discuss, question and share
  • Advocates, trailblazers and torchbearers to discuss advocacy for girls and women of color relative to race, color, gender, pay, employment and legal issues among other topics
  • Health professionals to discuss and educate about physical and mental health
  • Politicians to discuss issues, concerns and initiatives
  • Organizations created for girls and women of color
  • Economists to discuss socioeconomic issues, etc.
  • Fashion designers, beauty and hair consultants
  • And more..

Launching February of 2018

Executive Producer and Host:  Dr. Donnamaria Culbreth

Vice President, Programming and Co-Host:  
Dr. Julie Jung 

Mission

To advance, celebrate, embrace and empower girls and women of color worldwide in a forum accessible to everyone, at any time and any place.

The National Girls and Women of Color Council, Inc. (NGWCC),  in collaboration with Complexity Talk Radio, Inc. have joined forces to produce a new weekly talk radio show titled “Visibility.” 

The purpose of Visibility is to begin and continue a much needed dialogue in a national forum designed specifically for girls and women of color. Visibility will discuss issues, concerns, question and focus on developing unity among us, for us and by us because our voices are important and must be heard. Visibility will bring awareness to the plethora of issues relative to the psychological, emotional, physical and social well-being and growth of girls and women of color.

The voices of girls and women of color must be heard not just on a local front but on the national and international fronts. Girls and women of color are often excluded in main stream dialogues and conversations and their unique needs and experiences are often ignored. Visibility will give girls and women of color a voice and visibility!”