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Systemic Racism, Solutions and "The True American": A Representative Breakdown and Letter by Founder and CEO of First Ladies of Poverty Foundation, Shatoyia Jones
By: Shatoyia Jones, Personal/Professional/Leadership Development Consultant at FLP Foundation
First Ladies of Poverty Foundation is an award-winning mentoring community and membership program for hard-working and talented people of color seeking a personal blueprint for overcoming systemic barriers of oppression to escape an unfulfilling lifestyle and attain a higher quality of life.
The First Ladies of Poverty Foundation Scholarship and Grant Programs are created to give under-served, under-represented and low-income individuals the education, tools and network necessary to overcome systematic barriers of oppression for the chance to:
by: Founder, CEO personal and professional development mentor, Shatoyia Jones
Iniko and Adeben are friends who are tired of doing all of the "right" things and seeing little to no rewards. Tired of dedicating time, talent and energy to college, jobs and various relationships only to be left with pennies (if that) in the bank, not being able to provide a quality life for their loved ones and no sense of enthusiasm, purpose or fulfillment in life. Tired of being sick and tired.
by Shatoyia Jones, Founder and CEO; Personal/Professional development mentor at First Ladies of Poverty Foundation
You are at home, making dinner, handling business on a phone call.
You get a phone call from a friend.
"I am so sorry this happened. What can I do?"
You stand, perplexed.
"What do you mean? What happened?"
***Silence on the other end ***
From #StruggleToStability with Shatoyia Jones, Founder and CEO of the First Ladies of Poverty Foundation
The Most Common Way We Give Up Power is By Believing That We Don't Have Any.
A brief letter from the Founder and Webinar Host: Shatoyia Jones
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By: Shatoyia Jones, FLP Founder and CEO, Mentor
originally published by Shatoyia on Medium*, updated April 1, 2020
It could be the defining factor of access (or the lack thereof) to the resources you need to be successful in all aspects of life.
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