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Men and Women of Honor Radio Moderated by Beverly Black *October is **** Cancer Awareness Month*

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/gumboforthesoul/2022/10/03/men-and-women-of-honor-radio-with-la-rhonda-crosby-johnson
Posted By: Beverly Johnson on October 01, 2022

Men and Women of Honor Radio Moderated by Beverly Black with Guest Speaker CEO of BARUTI Enterprises, La Rhonda Crosby-Johnson, Honoring her beloved Mother in Heaven, who lost her battle to **** cancer, leaving La Rhonda primarily responsible for raising her younger sister.

*OCTOBER IS **** CANCER AWARENESS MONTH*


Join us Oct. 2, 2022 at 5pm/PST 6pm/GMT 7pm/CST 8pm/EST
Call: 563-999-3731 - Press 1 to ask a question.

Listen Online: 
https://www.blogtalkradio.com/gumboforthes...

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About Our Guest:
La Rhonda Crosby-Johnson a graduate of San Francisco State University, was born and raised in Oakland, California.



The oldest of two children, La Rhonda demonstrated her innate leadership abilities at an early age. La Rhonda's passion for education and community services found its place in the social work department.
Despite fond childhood memories and being surrounded by a loving, encouraging and supportive family La Rhonda's days were not free of pain or tragedy. Losing her mother to **** cancer, left La Rhonda primarily responsible for raising her younger sister. Barely 17 years old, La Rhonda remained at the top of her high school class, found time to meet the responsibilities of her church youth program; all while nurturing and supporting her sister. Barely four years later, La Rhonda would lose two more loved ones; an older cousin who was more like a big sister and her "favorite" grandmother. When asked how she made it through these times, La Rhonda credits her faith, the love of a powerfully supportive extended family, and inner strength.

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Men and Women of Honor Radio Moderated by Beverly Black *October is **** Cancer Awareness Month*

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