Stacey Abrams Is Writing, Organizing, And Ready To Date
Art of Power
Stacey Abrams, one of the highest profile democracy activists on the planet, is many other things: politician, entrepreneur, lawyer, novelist, even TV producer. She nearly became the first Black woman to govern a state in the U.S.In a wide-ranging conversation with Art of Power host Aarti Shahani, Abrams opens up about her inner wiring. She believes victory and defeat are rarely decisive, so stamina is key in efforts to protect the ballot. Part of her work is to give citizens a reason to believe in the system and fight “despair.” Abrams also explains why she writes novels to live the adventurous lives she cannot. And, she is a whole woman — not just a powerful leader — who is looking for love and working to improve her texting game. “I've not been great at dating,” Abrams tells Art of Power. “I think I could get better at it. I just have to practice.”
Success, Leadership and Authenticity: A Conversation with Stacey Abrams
This episode is a replay of an amazing 2021 California Conference for Women Keynote Conversation with best-selling author, nonprofit CEO and political leader Stacey Abrams. Narrowly defeated as the first Black woman to win a major party nomination for Governor, she galvanized a movement that would register 800,000 new voters. Joined by award-winning journalist Lisa […] The post Success, Leadership and Authenticity: A Conversation with Stacey Abrams appeared first on The Conferences for Women.
Stacey Abrams on writing romance novels and political thrillers in her spare time
Next Question with Katie Couric
Stacey Abrams is known for a lot of things — her voting rights work, for flipping Georgia blue in 2020, for not winning the state’s gubernatorial race in 2018. But in addition to her political and advocacy career, she’s also a prolific author. She has written eight unapologetically steamy romance novels, under the pen name Selena Montgomery. And this month, she’s releasing her ninth work of fiction — her first under her own name — a political action thriller called, While Justice Sleeps. On this episode of Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie gets the chance to dive into the writerly side of Stacey Abrams to find out the inspiration for her books, how she builds characters and why she continues to write. But don’t you worry, Katie also asks Stacey to weigh in on the most pressing political issues, from growing concern over voting rights, party divisiveness, and the Supreme Court. This conversation was recorded as part of Stacey Abrams’ book tour, on a virtual stop at Powell Books in Seattle. Thank you to the Powell’s team for providing the audio for this exciting discussion. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Stacey Abrams: "The first time I realized that I wanted more than I was supposed to want it was both terrifying and it was so freeing."
9 to 5ish with theSkimm
Whether it’s getting that promotion or starting your own business, it can be intimidating to map out your career goals. But this week, Stacey Abrams told us to try one simple approach: write it down. The voting rights activist, politician, and author has a lot on her plate at any given time, from getting out the vote to writing romance novels. And she keeps her eye on the prize...literally keeping a spreadsheet. Tune in to hear her tips on how to stay focused on your goals. And why being honest with yourself - and even your boss - about your ambitions is a good place to start. In this episode, Abrams shares how she prioritizes, how she decides to not pursue something, and what she wants to do next. PS: Check out the latest book from Stacey Abrams here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Stacey Abrams | Republicans Oust Liz Cheney for Rejecting Trump's Big Lie: A Closer Look
Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
Vernon Jones: I'm the only person who can beat Stacey Abrams
Sara Carter Show
Former Democrat State Rep. Vernon Jones is challenging Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp in next year's Republican primary and he tells Sara why he's up for the task as a new member of the GOP. Jones speaks on the current racial tensions in the country and says the white liberals have destroyed the black community, and it's time for the black community to destroy white liberals.Please visit our great sponsors:The Association of Mature American Citizenshttps://amac.us/carterThe benefits of membership are great, but the cause is even greater.Home Title Lockhttps://hometitlelock.com/RadioGo to Hometitlelock.com and register your address to see if you’re already a victim. Then sign up for 30 FREE days of protection.
67. Stacey Abrams (!!) on playing “spades, not chess”.
Your First Million
“Stacey Abrams is fighting to create a Georgia where all of our people can thrive and where all eligible voters can have their voices heard.” She’s also going to be President of the United States one day :) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yfm/message
On March 25, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a 98-page bill creating several new voting restrictions in the state—one of the now 361 bills in 47 states that have been introduced to restrict voting access since last November’s election. The right to vote is both fundamental to individual liberty and to the proper functioning of representative democracy. When voting rights are denied, diluted, or restricted, the ability of our government to solve problems, seize opportunities, and serve everyone is impaired—and its legitimacy is weakened.In this episode, Stacey Abrams joins President Clinton to discuss her work to register voters and protect voting rights in Georgia and across America. Together, they discuss how we can repair and restore faith in democratic institutions, elections, and voting, and what we can all do to achieve real, meaningful change.This conversation was recorded as part of the recent Clinton Global Initiative University meeting, hosted by Howard University. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
You know her as New York Times bestselling author, voting rights activist, and Novel Peace Prize nominee Stacey Abrams. I know her as my sister in service and dear friend of nearly two decades. Together we reminisce about growing up with civic-minded parents, the emotional rewards of volunteering, and how we successfully brought a WNBA team to the city of Atlanta. In this episode, we reflect on our uniquely southern childhoods, share stories of scriptural responsibility, and discuss what Stacey's 2018 gubernatorial run telegraphs for a strengthened democratic future.Thanks so much for being here. To connect with the Enlightened community join us at www.lisaborders.usYou can find me on social onInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/lisaborders/Twitter - https://twitter.com/Lisa_M_Borders
“I wanted to write about these strong, beautiful, intelligent people like the ones I met at Morehouse and Spelman, like the ones I could never find in popular fiction.”The nation’s eyes are on Stacey Abrams next steps. When she ran for governor of Georgia, her leadership, poise and relatability were the talk of the country. Today she shares stories about adjusting to going to an HBCU, how to restore faith in black folks when it comes to politics, and why she wrote so many romance novels about black love. This episode originally aired in May, 2020. Listen to more Stoop Talks at www.luminary.link/blackvoices