Now You're Talking with Marshall Ramsey
Now You're Talking with Marshall Ramsey: Flonzie Brown Wright, a Pioneer, Visionary and Steel Magnolia
March is National Woman’s month and so each week we're featuring amazing Women of Mississippi and today we have the pleasure of speaking with an amazing women who has carved out a niche in Mississippi’s history. Flonzie Brown Wright was the first African American female elected official in Mississippi post-Reconstruction. We will speak with her about her life and her book, “Looking Back to Move Ahead” which chronicles her journey growing up in a small Mississippi town through her work in the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s and 1970s.
Now You're Talking w/ Marshall Ramsey | National Autism Awareness Month
April is National Autism Awareness Month so today we’re taking to closer look at Autism and the Autism Center of North MS with Executive Director, Melinda Tidwell and Clinical Director, Shelia Williamson.To find out more information about Autism and the Autism Center of North MS visit Home | Autism Center of North Mississippi (autismcenternms.com)
Now You're Talking w/ Marshall Ramsey | Military Women's Summit 2021
On today's episode of Now You're Talking, we sit sown with Melissa Wade, Director of External Relations with The Mississippi Department of Veterans Affairs and Retired Colonel Becky Jenner with the MS Army National Guard to discuss the role of women in the military and the 2021 Military Woman’s Summit. For more information about the 2021 Military Woman’s Summit and The Mississippi Department of Veterans Affairs, contact Caroline Kennard at 601-576-4841 or visit Mississippi VA (ms.gov)
Now You're Talking W/ Marshall Ramsey | Shower Power: Loving the Homeless back to Life!!
March is National Women’s History Month so today we’re continuing our look at phenomenal Mississippi women. CEO and founder of Shower Power MS, Teresa Renkenberger and Operations Manager, Mary Ann Kirby.Listen as they share the story of how their mission grew to create a shower of blessings for Jackson’s homeless population.For more information about Shower Power MS and how you can help, visit: https://showerpower.ms