Posted by: Through the Eyes of Women | February 18, 2013

February 18, 2013 Host Corinne Frugoni Discusses What It’s Like To Be Black In America With Mother-Daughter Team Charlene Edwards And Erin Harris


February is Black Heritage and Liberation Month. On February 18, 2013,  I have the pleasure of interviewing two women who are organizing and participating in events to educate and celebrate the history of black people in the United States on the campus of Humboldt State University in Arcata, California.

Charlene D. Edwards is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Vision Coach, Reiki Master, Philanthropist and Blogger. She is the founder of Blissnu, a private vision coaching practice that employs techniques that develop empathy, emotional responsibility, relationship enhancement and community investment.

Charlene is also founder and director of The Action Not Words Project, Inc., a 501c3 community-directed collaborative nonprofit organization that assists impoverished populations to access and maintain fundamental living resources.

Charlene currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

Erin Harris is a student at Humboldt State University majoring in psychology with a minor in politics and ethnic studies.  She is the Black African/American co-coordinator at the Humboldt State University Multicultural Center and is helping to organize events for Black Heritage and Liberation month on the campus of HSU.


Click the following link to listen to host Corinne Frugoni’s conversation with guests Charlene Edwards and Erin Harris        

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