Inspiring Conversations with Black Men
To honor the life of George Floyd, who as we know was gruesomely murdered by a white racist police officer while handcuffed on the ground, as well as to help give purpose to her own agonizing pain, Mischa chose to use the week of June 1st thru June 5th to highlight Black men who use their lives to make the world a better place.
Watch Paul Coates Talk About His Journey in Black Publishing & Printing
With a desire to put books about people of African descent into the hands of people of African descent, Paul Coates founded Black Classic Press in 1978. He is an institution unto himself and in his conversation with Mischa he opens the doors and welcomes us to learn about the African American experience in the publishing and printing industry.
Watch USC's Dr. Alan Green Talk About the Pan-Rebellion & Gratitude
In the midst of two competing viruses, Mischa and Dr. Green discuss taking care of ourselves in the pan-rebellion and how his mother's last actions before her passing fills him with gratitude.
Watch Andwele and Kumasi Talk About the Journey to Becoming the Best Version of Yourself As a Man
Mischa talks with two of Baltimore's finest gentlemen about the global unrest following George Floyd's murder, the pandemic and the mantras that keep them centered.
Watch Charles Bibbs Talk About His Journey to Becoming a World Renowned Artist
A proclaimed "Keeper of the Culture," Charles Bibbs discusses the times we find ourselves in, his journey to become an acclaimed artist, how The Cosby Show influenced Black art, and why he mentors up and coming artists.
Inspiring Conversations During COVID-19
Watch Randi Pupkin Talk About the Black Man Who Inspired Her 6 Year Old Call to Serving
Most 6 year olds are too busy playing with friends to notice what's going on in the world. Not the case for Randi Pupkin. It was a trip with her father to a 1968 protest in Baltimore that inspired this lawyer turned founder of the non-profit Art With a Heart to use her life in service to others.
Watch James Green Talk About Love, Dating & Relationships for Millennials During COVID-19
Sheltering in place for many single individuals has, in some cases, meant reflecting on their relationship status. Mischa and James talk about the his book, his passion for all things relationships and his commitment to self love.
Watch Vaughn Bratcher Talk About the Gift of Music in Chaotic Times
One of the beauties of music is its calming, healing, joyful properties. Mischa and Vaughn discuss the importance of music to get us through tough times.
Watch Karen Johnson Talk About the Hidden Blessings of COVID-19's E-Learning Saga
Without warning COVID-19 hit turning living rooms into classrooms and parents into teachers. Mischa and Principal Karen Johnson discuss innovative ways families can make their time together work to their advantage.
Watch Cheryl Grace Talk About Bite Sizing Our Way Through Tasks and the Blessing of Mentors
As responsibilities seem never ending during this pandemic, Mischa and Cheryl discuss how strategy and mentors can be instrumental in helping us navigate our way.
Watch Alexander Watson Talk About Depression & Anxiety in the Era of COVID-19
With calls to suicide hotlines rising, in some instances, by as much as 8,000 percent from February to March 2020, Mischa and Alexander discuss holding on to hope when hopelessness appears to be a dominating presence.
Watch Bishop William Spann Talk About How Pastors & Churches Must Respond Creatively to Coronavirus
Social distancing restrictions physically separated pastors from their parishioners and parishioners from their churches, Mischa and Bishop Spann explore how pastors must meet this moment with faith . . . and a lot of creativity.