Overcoming Obstacles – January 27, 2021

Please join us with authors Danielle Meggoe, Jasmine Tritten, and Greg Fields.

Danielle Meggoe,  author of “Female Minority Report” – The world is dancing to a different vibration. The mass awakening has begun, technology is excelling yet the social stigmas continue to brew. Where do we see ourselves fifty years from now? Have we created a world free of racism, sexism, and judgment? Or have we simply patched an illness that continues to infect our viral nation? This report details the journey and hardships of being a minority woman in corporate America. An in-depth view of how people of color are limited and stifled in their careers and day to day life. It uncovers the true experience of low representation and lack of support in the industries. Examples of how we should respect and treat our fellow staff regardless of our belief systems are planted throughout each chapter. As you dive deeper you will find ways that you can unlock doors of new opportunities and better communication. This book will challenge you to self-evaluate and expand your level of understanding as it relates to various cultures of the world. Allow this information to push you in a direction of recognizing the beauty of variety, accepting change, and addressing some of our embarrassing truths about race relations.


Jasmine Tritten, author of “On the Nile with a Dancing Dane” An adventurous travel memoir by award-winning author Jasmine Tritten, exploring the land of the pharaohs, overcoming challenges and obstacles while following her love for dance and the Egyptian culture. Filled with mystery and surprises. Original artwork and photos by the author.

Greg Fields, author of “Through the Waters and the Wild” – Haunted by lost loves and limping through a lifeless career, Conor Finnegan’s discontent mirrors the restlessness of his grandfather Liam, caught as a young man in the crossfire of the Irish Civil War. Drawing from Liam’s wisdom and courage, Conor seeks to reinvent his character and reclaim passions made numb by neglect and loss. Through the Waters and the Wild addresses the timeless questions, “Where shall I go now? What shall I do?”


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