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Black History Month 2015

We are celebrating Black History this month and today, I am honoring a woman who is not from Baltimore but from another urban city and has encountered many obstacles and challenges that many of our women today face.

I AM BALTIMORE BLACK HISTORY

Dr. Elaine Richardson (or Dr. “E”) is the voice for women of every ethnic background who have suffered from rape, drug abuse, and prostitution. Not many women lived to tell their stories but for those who are looking for a way out, Dr. E has a message.

I wanted to tell her story because there are many men, women and children right here in Baltimore who suffer from these diseases and need help in getting out.

Dr. Elaine Richardson is MY BLACK HISTORY!

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I had the opportunity to interview her for my blog (ThisRadioChickRocks.wordpress.com) and she shared a great deal about her life, her choices (good and bad) and her new book “PHD (Po Ho on Dope) to Ph.D: How Education Saved My Life” (available now).

 

Check out my one on one interview:

 

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Related stories:

I Am Black History “Carmelo Anthony”

I Am Black History “Kurt Schmoke”

I Am Black History: Baltimore’s The Wire

 

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