For veterans in the Downriver area without reliable transportation, going downtown to Detroit for basic needs such as clothes and food can be difficult or even impossible. Rose Ann Rudisill knew something needed to be done to make these things more accessible. She decided to start to Downriver for Veterans. Rose Ann is an Air Force veteran and this week’s WCSX “Woman Who Rocks”.
Rose Ann gives all of her thanks to the members of the organization for all of the donations and support but she started the group and hosts events and is on call for any veteran in need. All of the information on how you can help Rose Ann on her mission to help veterans in need can be found here.
In the second half of the podcast, I am always joined by Cyndy Schalter from Turning Point Macomb. This week we talk about Kylie Jenner and Vogue magazine. Normally I do not care to keep up with the Kardashians, but this story is interesting. Kylie was accused of cultural appropriation.
Regardless of how you feel about the situation, it sparks and interesting conversation. Cyndy and I also discuss more race related issues after the voice of “Pocahontas” in the Disney classic is speaking out for Native Americans.
And finally, Mr. Bond a.k.a Daniel Craig was put on blast by another Hollywood celebrity for just being a good Dad. Maybe, you agree with Piers Morgan?
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