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Adrienne Brown

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Meet Meet Adrienne Brown Homeschooling Expert of 26 years

The Tina Ramsay Show & Podcast

Adrienne Brown, is on a mission to inspire mothers in the personal development of self and motherhood. Inspiring mothers to embrace their natural abilities to build strong families & to help them cultivate a strong sense of tenacity. She is the mother of 8 children, 4 biological and 4 adopted. She feels that her life has been enriched because of the relationships with her children. Adrienne and her husband homeschooled all 8 of their children and motivated the older ones to get into some of the top-tier colleges in the country. Adrienne is a veteran of the United States Airforce, serving 2 years overseas in Germany. She worked for the Department of Defense for 8 years helping to maintain the integrity of computer automation for our American embassies, worldwide. She is a serial entrepreneur and CEO of 2 businesses, Shea’sational Goods, LLC, a bath & beauty products company and Fresh Scents, LLC a commercial cleaning company. Adrienne is also an author with 6 published books on Amazon. Commanded to Homeschool, chronicles her parenting and homeschooling methods and shows new homeschooling moms to find their homeschooling confidence. Adrienne Brown has been a keynote speaker for many originations and events, teaching her methods of personal development and tenacity. She is extremely relatable, authentic, and exuberant about her family and her mission to you. Connect with  Adrienne Website: https://www.homeschoolmomof8.com/ Check out here blog feature with all of contact info: https://www.thetinaramsayshow.com/Home-page-7157-5223 Check out our special blog feature on her on the  eZWay Wall of Fame https://ezwaywalloffame.com/the-tina-ramsay-show-featuring-meet-adrienne-brown-homeschooling-expert/ Do you want to be a featured guest on our podcast? https://thetinaramsayshow.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/thetinaramsayshow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetinaramsayshow/support

55mins

14 Jun 2021

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HTL 057: How To Be a Great Parent and Keep Your Sanity, with Adrienne Brown

HOW TO LIFE

#57- Today’s topic is about how to decrease stress, how to consciously take that pause before you react to something emotionally or physically, and how to take care of yourself in order to be your best for others. And not just any others. The most precious of the others: your children. This is going to be a show about parenting. A job worth doing well; you’re absolute best, actually.  In this interview, we will talk about why it is so important, how to be purposeful and present about it, and how to set the intention to be the best parent to your children that you can be. It is an honor to raise a child and bring that child into adulthood. And it is definitely a life skill. One that at first, you usually have no skill. So you definitely have to set some intention about it. Mindset is so important. As is finding great teachers and role models. Being a great parent is something that ideally you do on purpose.My guest today is Adrienne Brown and she has some credentials behind her. Adrienne is the mother of 8 children; 4 biological and 4 adopted. But what’s more, she and her husband have homeschooled all of them and at this point, have guided the older ones into college and successful adulthood.And she has contributed to the betterment of our world by raising kind, decent, productive members of society.She is without doubt a successful parent and a great role model for parents at all stages along the way.  She has a lot to share and I am very happy to have her on this show and talk about the joys and challenges of parenting. All links and everything mentioned in this episode can be found at:howtolife.com/057

27mins

1 Jun 2021

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0033 - The Weight - Adrienne Brown David - The Art of Life

The Weight

Art encapsulates powerful emotions and draws beauty out of everyday moments. Every portrait an artist paints serves as an opportunity to expand our humanity, allowing us to see the breadth and mystery of other human beings. In the age of social media, we have become devastatingly comfortable ascribing labels to one another and dehumanizing our brothers and sisters in Christ. Art helps us recapture the humanity of others while giving us a refreshing perspective on the vast scope of God’s creation.Adrienne Brown-David’s artwork reflects the joys of motherhood and parenting, as well as the growth of her children as young black women in America. The majority of Adrienne’s work draws inspiration from her four daughters, capturing the richness of freedom and wonderment in childhood. Adrienne Brown-David emphasizes the beauty and individuality of black women primarily by using eyes as the centerpiece. The goal of Adrienne’s art is not for others to get something out of it, but rather to capture the fullness of emotion she pulls from photographs.She joins Eddie and Chris to discuss the gift that art can give each one of us, the love she has for her daughters’ individuality, and the ways different forms of visual art make us feel. Adrienne acknowledges the way she must consider how her daughters are viewed by the world and the intersection she has always felt between her art and the larger social climate. They also speak about what it means to call Mississippi home and the importance of viewing Mississippi from both the inside and outside. Follow Adrienne Brown-David on the web: https://www.adriennebrown-david.com Check out Adrienne Brown-David’s artwork hereLearn more about Adrienne Brown-David hereRead about Adrienne Brown-David in The Local VoiceFollow Adrienne Brown-David on social media:https://www.instagram.com/adriennemeschelle/ 

46mins

8 Oct 2020

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S3 E11 - I Mime By Ear (w/ Adrienne Brown)

#BUILDINGPPL

In this episode, we will explore the mime ministry and other gifts of Adrienne Brown, and how ministry can come from some of the most unexpected places. As always, we will also share in the weekly "Praise Report" and a special heartfelt dedication. For more info about Adrienne: (Facebook) Adrienne Brown instagram.com/admarieb twitter.com/admarieb For Adrienne's Graphic Design: distinguishyourdesign.com To listen and connect with Freedem Radio: facebook.com/freedemradio instagram.com/freedemradio freedemradio.com To connect to Derek J. Murphy: facebook.com/iamderekjmurphy instagram.com/iamderekjmurphy twitter.com/iamderekjmurphy derekjmurphy.com

38mins

3 Jul 2020

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Episode 35 - Adrienne Brown David

In Which I Talk To Artists

Adrienne Brown-David was born in St. Louis, MO. After a brief stint at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a short return to St. Louis, Adrienne relocated to St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. It was here that she began to focus on painting and mixed media. She spent several years creating a body of work that is easily identified by its "drip" effect. After marriage and four children, she relocated to Oxford, MS. With the demands of work and family life, she had to take a break from the large mixed media portraits that she had become known for. During this break, Adrienne began doodling tiny neighborhoods in her sketchbook with Sharpie pen to keep her hand and eye sharp. These tiny doodles grew into larger and larger compositions. Her love for these doodles grew as well and they are now her main artistic focus. Each composition is created entirely free hand and a single Sharpie pen is used (until it completely runs out of ink).Most recently, Adrienne has been playing with portraiture in an illustrative form, drawing custom family portraits. These family portraits have been used for Christmas cards, post cards, business cards, as well as beloved keepsakes. They are simple, line drawings of families, but mastering the unique characteristics of each family member makes the resemblance undeniable, even with the lack of facial features. ​That attention to unique details eventually evolved into her current project, custom paper dolls or Minikins. The goal of Minikins is to create a completely customized representation of any and every child. This means that all genders, skin tones, hair types/colors, eye color and abilities can have a toy that represents their unique beauty.Adrienne Brown-David currently works from her home studio in Water Valley, MS where she resides with her husband, Taariq and their four daughters.https://www.instagram.com/adriennemeschelle/

40mins

30 Sep 2019

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The Mysterious Death of Adrienne Brown, Wife of James Brown

Redrum Blonde

When soul legend James Brown's third wife was found dead after a plastic surgery procedure, it seemed like an unfortunate event. However, Adrienne Brown's friend insisted for years that it was murder. This friend had her own secrets concerning James Brown. Years later, a secret notebook would reveal that Adrienne's death was not an accident, but a murder. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

25mins

23 May 2019

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The Power of Courage with Tori Stevens & Adrienne Brown

The Reach Your Prime Podcast

Welcome back to the Reach Your Prime Podcast. In this episode, we interview two courageous women who decided to take risks in order to change their lives for the better. In the first half of this episode, we are joined by Tori Stevens, founder of Evolyoution. Self proclaimed job hopper, Tori took the leap towards entrepreneurship after working five years in education, and another five years in the corporate world. In her interview, she discusses how her previous career experiences lead her to become a self-employed self-awareness coach, helping others discover their purpose. In the second half of this episode, we are joined by Adrienne Brown, a current law student at the University of Florida. We hear about Adrienne’s previous experience working for major entities such as the Philadelphia Eagles, and why she quit her steady job to pursue her ultimate goal of attending law school. Key Topics: 00:46: Tori shares her working background & her journey that lead her to to become a self-awareness coach. 13:52: Tori’s inspiration for Evolyoution. 15:42: What Tori has learned since taking the leap of entrepreneurship. 22:03: Where we can get in touch with Tori. 23:12: Adrienne discusses her degree and her pre-law school background, working for major entities. 29:51: Why Adrienne chose to pursue law. 42:01: Where we can connect with Adrienne. Tweetable Quotes: “You literally can be whatever job or whatever career or whatever person that you want to” (09:13) “Habits create comfort. And the thing is that you have to get comfortable with the uncomfortable in order to create change.” (12:10) “Every person has an opportunity in order to make an impact but your impact is not going to be able to be made until you choose how you want to show up in this world and how you want to change this world for the better.” (40:04) “If you don't wield the power of shock you will never move forward.” (33:45) “Never be afraid to do something different. “ (39:33) Interact with Tori Stevens Website: https://evolyoution.net/ Interact with Adrienne Brown LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adrienneebrown/ Stay up to date with us at https://primeu.org/  

42mins

11 Mar 2019

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Adrienne Brown, "The Black Skyscraper: Architecture and the Perception of Race" (John Hopkins UP, 2017)

New Books in African American Studies

Adrienne Brown joins the New Books Network this week to talk about her fascinating 2017 book, The Black Skyscraper: Architecture and the Perception of Race (John Hopkins University Press, 2017), which was a recent recipient of the Modern Studies Association's First Book prize.Tracing the interconnected histories of the skyscraper and racial thought between the 1880s and the 1930s, Brown provides a sophisticated account of how vertical as well as horizontal expansion within the modern American city helped to shape perceptions and understandings of race and racial difference.Drawing on a rich array of material, including art, literature, architectural design and urban planning records, The Black Skyscraper explores architecture's effects on the process of seeing and being seen as a racialized subject. In this bold and deeply interdisciplinary work, Brown demonstrates the centrality of race to modern architectural design and the impact of the skyscraper on perceptions of race in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

1hr 17mins

25 Feb 2019

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Adrienne Brown, "The Black Skyscraper: Architecture and the Perception of Race" (John Hopkins UP, 2017)

New Books in Architecture

Adrienne Brown joins the New Books Network this week to talk about her fascinating 2017 book, The Black Skyscraper: Architecture and the Perception of Race (John Hopkins University Press, 2017), which was a recent recipient of the Modern Studies Association's First Book prize.Tracing the interconnected histories of the skyscraper and racial thought between the 1880s and the 1930s, Brown provides a sophisticated account of how vertical as well as horizontal expansion within the modern American city helped to shape perceptions and understandings of race and racial difference.Drawing on a rich array of material, including art, literature, architectural design and urban planning records, The Black Skyscraper explores architecture's effects on the process of seeing and being seen as a racialized subject. In this bold and deeply interdisciplinary work, Brown demonstrates the centrality of race to modern architectural design and the impact of the skyscraper on perceptions of race in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/architecture

1hr 17mins

25 Feb 2019

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Adrienne Brown, "The Black Skyscraper: Architecture and the Perception of Race" (John Hopkins UP, 2017)

New Books in History

Adrienne Brown joins the New Books Network this week to talk about her fascinating 2017 book, The Black Skyscraper: Architecture and the Perception of Race (John Hopkins University Press, 2017), which was a recent recipient of the Modern Studies Association's First Book prize.Tracing the interconnected histories of the skyscraper and racial thought between the 1880s and the 1930s, Brown provides a sophisticated account of how vertical as well as horizontal expansion within the modern American city helped to shape perceptions and understandings of race and racial difference.Drawing on a rich array of material, including art, literature, architectural design and urban planning records, The Black Skyscraper explores architecture's effects on the process of seeing and being seen as a racialized subject. In this bold and deeply interdisciplinary work, Brown demonstrates the centrality of race to modern architectural design and the impact of the skyscraper on perceptions of race in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

1hr 17mins

25 Feb 2019

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