The Madam CJ Walker + Annie Malone Mother’s Day Podcast Series On The Danny Tisdale Show #1-3 (Update)

The Madam CJ Walker + Annie Malone Mother’s Day Podcast Series is recorded live in celebration of these two self -made trailblazers with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show.

This is a special three-day curated event in collaboration with Madam CJ Walkers and Annie Malone’s friends, family, and associates as we celebrate the incredible life of both women everywhere during the COVID Crisis.

Guests include A’Lelia  Bundles, James Agbara Bryson, Sasha Turnbo, Linda Nance, and Cheryl Morrow.

Listen to the talks (recorded live):

1. Sunday, May 10th, 2020

Bridging the Divide – a discussion about two of the most significant names associated with pioneering the haircare and products industry, and how to bring that history together for our future generations.

2. Monday, May 11th, 2020

Discovering the Real Annie Malone – a discussion about the remarkable career and life of Annie Malone.

3. Tuesday, May 12nd, 2020

The Future – regaining an Industry Solely Created by African-Americans.

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Harlem news, lifestyle, history, and Renaissance – Harlem World Magazine. Harlem World Magazine dissects Harlem – both high and low – with signature sophistication, insight, and wit.

Thank you

Without the help and curation of Robert Walker and his team this project would not have been possible.

Photo credit (r to l):  Madam C.J. Walker, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; gift of A’Lelia Bundles/ Walker Family and Annie Malone The Southern News Services. 

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