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TS20-25 April Mahoney on Being a Black Woman in America

Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest April Mahoney, on-air from June 9th.

What is it like living in America as a black woman? We ask April Mahoney to share with us in how we can support and help with dismantling racism and the prejudice against black people.

April Mahoney ~ hailed as San Diego’s Poet Laureate is a native of Los Angeles CA and the founder of A Good Person Productions started writing poetry at the age of 8. She has been published in the International Library of Poetry Anthology, a Blog talk star radio personality, and is the winner of numerous radio and print ad contests. April is the author of 3 books. “Small statements that mean a lot her first book, “ Utter Magic” and “Rico the Seagull, Making the best out of a mess”.

Ms. Mahoney as a producer and entertainer performs her spoken word artistry to sold-out crowds at a variety of venues receiving rave reviews in and throughout New York, Los Angeles, and San Diego. She has also performed on Carnival Cruise Line guest entertainment show line up. April is a former chapter president of Toastmasters International delivering hundreds of motivational speeches and presentations. In addition, to writing April supports a number of non-profit organizations and has created many entrepreneurial endeavors for herself in her beloved city of San Diego, CA.


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