Episode 7: “You’re WORTHY, What Now?” with Charles Coleman
You're Blank, What Now?
EPISODE 7: “You’re WORTHY, What Now?” Hello and WELCOME to the “You’re _, What now?” Podcast! I am your host, Marci Nettles. I have had a lifetime of opportunities where I had the choice to Breakdown or Breakthrough... did I always make the “right” choice? Nope. I did however find a way to continue moving forward until I was able to see there was a path through my chaos into joy. This Podcast may become your light in the darkness, as you listen to the stories of people I consider “heroes.” Each one had a point where they too had to choose to either Breakdown or Breakthrough! In this episode you will hear Pastor Charles Coleman share his story of being a child with ADHD growing up in a time that ADHD was not known or understood. This led him through a childhood of being misunderstood, punished, and not being seen as he knew himself to be, WORTHY! Charles Coleman holds a Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Elementary Education and Physical Education. He also has a Master’s Degree in Education with an emphasis in Intervention of At-Risk Children. As a teacher, he taught 8th grade science and English, taught Physical Education grades K-8, led Behavioral Intervention Teams, coached several sports at the elementary level and coached baseball at the high school level. Coach Coleman always went out of his way to make a positive difference in the lives of the children he taught. He received a commendation from the city of Glendale, AZ, for helping to bring a classroom of students to safety; He did so by deescalating the 14-year-old gunman and convincing him to let the girls in the class go. Coach Coleman retired from teaching in 2005 and to this day many of his students stay in touch with him. After 28 years of teaching in the public education system, Charles, or Charlie as he’s better known, retired, but his retirement was short lived. Along with his wife and brother-in-law and in partnership with Skyway Church in Goodyear, AZ, he co-founded a non-profit counseling organization called Window to Healing, Inc. For almost 10 years, he served as a counselor bringing healing to the hearts and minds of people of many different ages. Again, many of those he counseled contact him still today. Charlie is also a staff pastor at Skyway Church. He has served in many different capacities at Skyway since 1985. He is an excellent vocalist and has served in the worship ministry, marriage ministry, and as a pastoral counselor. Pastor Charlie is well loved and respected. Sports have been a big part of Charlie’s life. He played football and baseball throughout school, coached both sports as an adult, and has officiated baseball and football for many years. He continues to officiate high school and youth football today. Charlie has been married to his wife, Loraine, since 1972. They have two married children and 11 grandchildren. He is an example of a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather. You are invited to follow Pastor Charles Coleman: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/charles.coleman.942 Thank you for listening! Please Subscribe and give a 5-Star Review! I'd love to hear your greatest take-away from this interview. SHARE! Others NEED to hear the stories being shared!! Follow Marci on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn at: Check out our website at #YoureBlankWhatNow #ChaosToJoy #BreakdownToBreakThrough #WhatsYourStory #YBWNPodcast #ADHD #AttentionDeficit #Pastor #Worthy #Discipline #Misunderstood #Podcast #Podcaster
EP 40: Charles Coleman on Race, Civil Rights, Law, Trump and the Howard University Experience!
The Howard Alumni Movemakers Podcast hosted by Joshua Mercer
Charles F. Coleman Jr. is a seasoned civil rights attorney who specializes in EEO law, human resources and human capital solutions, as well as the support of diversity and inclusion efforts in the workforce. As a former Brooklyn, NY prosecutor turned civil litigator, Charles has extensive experience as a trial lawyer and his courtroom acumen is matched only by his leadership abilities, which he displays through his community mobilization and civic activism efforts. Charles has appeared internationally on various media outlets as a legal and political analyst, writer, and orator. He has been branded as one of the brightest and most well-respected voices in conversations on law, diversity, civil rights, and social justice. Charles gives public talks to businesses, student groups, and civic organizations on law, culture, diversity, and social justice. Charles began his legal career as a prosecutor in the Kings County (Brooklyn, NY) District Attorney’s Office. While there, he excelled quickly and was hand-picked to join the specialized Gangs Unit where he prosecuted some of the city’s most dangerous and violent criminals in several high profile cases. For his efforts as a trial attorney and commitment to justice, in 2007 Charles was awarded the prestigious Law Enforcement Appreciation award for excellence and leadership in law enforcement. Since leaving the DA’s office, Charles has transitioned to the arena of civil rights, focusing primarily on EEO law while helping to provide diversity and inclusion support to companies seeking to improve their workforce. In an increasingly growing marketplace, Charles understands how to impress upon executives and senior management the importance of not simply creating a more diverse work force and an inclusive work culture, but how to do so within the appropriate boundaries of the law. ____ Follow On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/howardalumni/ Facebook Group: https://facebook.com/howardalumni Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/howardalumni Subscribe to Newsletter: https://www.humovemakers.com/ Howard Homecoming: https://www.homecomingathoward.com/ This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/humovemakers/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/humovemakers/support
This IS America 004 with Dr. Jason Johnson, Charles Coleman Jr., Esq. and Midwin Charles Esq.
Next Nation with Sylvia K. Alston
On this episode, host Sylvia K. Alston breaks formation from her planned episodes to create a series of episodic discussion about racism, lawlessness and the overall effect it has on Black America. The episode dissects the senselessness of the January 6th, 2021 Terror at the US Capitol. Political commentator and political scientist Dr. Jason Johnson and Attorneys Charles Coleman and Midwin Charles are guests. Guests weigh in on the effects of white supremacy and white nationalism on US institutions, Black America and society at large with specific historical reference & culpability of POTUS Trump.
Episode 538: Sheree Renée Thomas, Charles Coleman Finlay and F&SF
The Coode Street Podcast
Jonathan and Gary continue their irregular 2020 schedule with a conversation with Charles Coleman Finlay, who for more than five years has carried on the grand tradition of editing The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, and Sheree Renée Thomas, who picks up the mantle as new editor beginning with the March/April 2021 issue. We talk about the magazine’s distinguished history, the challenges of maintaining an iconic magazine in a radically changing short fiction field, and their own experiences as SF readers, writers, and editors.
Protests are as American as Apple Pie w/ Civil Rights Attorney Charles Coleman | Episode 51
Hip Politics Podcasts
“America’s first language is VIOLENCE"– says Civil Rights Attorney and Founder of CFCAO, Black Superhero Project Charles Coleman. Hip-Politics tackles the recent events consuming the American psyche – systemic racism in America. The present moment is a defining one in this nation’s long arc toward justice. From that small patch of Minnesota pavement, George Floyd’s dying breath has become a wind of change, pushing so many Americans to bend the establishment and the public’s imagination toward true equality for all Americans. We are not only asking what needs to be done to create true justice, but also how equality and justice have eluded this country for so long. How do we reckon with and dismantle the systemic racism that has been at the foundation of this country? Join Hip-Politics as we have a candid yet raw conversation regarding the changing times in our country.” HipPolitics – where Hip Hop and Politics come together as one to explain some of the toughest issues facing our communities today.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hippolitics/support