Today on the Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson talks with Dr. Eve Taylor about her new literary work, “The Torn Fabric of America: The Racial Divide Black and White”.
Since its humble beginnings, America has grappled with the complicated and sometimes troubling story of its origins, especially when it comes to race. Dr. Eve Taylor, an expert on race relations and a civil rights activist who worked with Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rep. John Lewis, has seen first-hand how racism has ripped at the fabric of the United States. Her experience coupled with the recent events of police brutality against African Americans spurred the author to pick up her pen once again and chronicle America’s racial past and present in her new book, The Torn Fabric of America: The Racial Divide, Black and White.
During the Community Affairs Show Dr. Taylor discussed her lifelong journey to assist with making a better life for African Americans.
The new book is currently available on Amazon.
About Dr. Eve Taylor:
Dr. Eve Taylor juggles many roles in her daily life; She is A Chaplain, Evangelist, Motivational Speaker, and a Caregiver with an empathetic heart for everyone. She is a compassionate leader and an Organizational Strategic Leadership Consultant, Author, and a retired experienced number one radio Producer/Host of the number one Discover Why Veterans Radio Talk Forum that broadcast live every Monday on Radio One WYCB 1340. AM…
Dr. Eve Taylor, President of Discover Your Why Leadership Ministries, Inc., is a 501 c3 non-profit organization. She is an advocate for all veterans. She uses her voice as an executive producer/host of her Discover Your Why Veterans Radio Talk Forum reaching thousands of listeners every week. She has inspired and encouraged all veterans that their “Why Was Their Purpose to Serve Their Country and to be honored for their services.” She is a certified caregiver with the experience to prove her loyalty to support other caregivers.
For more information on Dr. Eve Taylor, log on to www.drevetaylor.com