A Life Well Lived
“You feel this sense of fulfillment when a patient gets better, and it’s even better when they come back and they thank you. When they stop you in the streets after you have completely forgotten their name and face [and they say], “Doctor you remember me, from 2017?” And I’m like no. [And they say],Continue reading “Faithful Frontline Workers- Part 1: Dr. David Coker”
“I remember one time that I was having a really tough day, and I thought– why am I doing this? And this elderly gentleman came up to the window to drop off his prescription and he said, “you’re having a hard day?” We talked for a little while and that made such a difference because…
“But at the back of my mind I kept thinking, no, there is something in education I need to do, and what kind of spurred me on is that after a while I discovered that the whole idea of black children [in England] not doing well wasn’t actually true, that there were a lot ofContinue reading “Penny Carballo-Smith – Equipping the Marginalised for the Jobs of the Future”
“In the Caribbean we have this mix of people who gravitate towards music, drama, and art like it’s part of their DNA. And therefore if we are gonna heal the persons when they are sick psychologically we have to use the art and drama and play… When I use my art and I just useContinue reading “Dr.Claudette-Crawford Brown-Changing the World by Saving the Children”
Natasha T. Brown, a brilliant, engaging, and accomplished communicator, always had big dreams. However, these dreams all seemed to come to a halt when she found herself imprisoned and wrongly accused of attempted murder in 2014. As she fought to prove her innocence and to save her reputation, Brown’s world was turned upside down. SheContinue reading “Natasha T. Brown – An Overcomer who Empowers Others”
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