Karen Taylor speaks with Bridgett M. Davis, Author of The World According to Fannie Davis: My Mothers Life in the Detroit Numbers. A memoir that dives into Davis's childhood and tells the powerful story of a mother that worked hard to make sur
A new study shows that blacks are at higher risk to get Alzheimer's than whites? Karen Taylor Bass discusses the ravages of this disease with Pamela Rivers, journalist and author, who has been a caregiver for someone suffering with the disease.
What's a boss bride and is that something women should aspire to? Charreah K. Jackson, lifestyle editor at Essence magazine discusses her book, Boss Bride: The Powerful Woman's Playbook for Love and Success.
Karen has a candid conversation with award-winning journalist and advocate, Kimberly Seals Allers on race, the #MeToo movement, health, motherhood, breastfeeding and how black women's rage is wrongly perceived.
Karen Taylor Bass talks with therapist LaShell Wooten about emotional fitness, following your dreams and pivots you have to make. Karen wanted to be a supermodel. She was told she was too short. What did she do next?