In the online radio program themed "The Power in Telling Our Own Stories" Trina Roach interviews three black women in Europe on Tuesday, 15 November 2011 from 7.30pm to 9.30pm CET on Talkshoe.
The roundtable talk with a panel of special guests will showcase positive examples of Women of African descent in Europe taking back control of the public narrative about them and their lives.
Sharon Dodua Otoo – A Black British mother based in Germany – who is an activist, author and editor of the forthcoming book series “Witnessed”.
Precious Williams - A UK-based author and journalist of Nigerian and Sierra Leonean descent. She has written for a number of newspapers and magazines including the Guardian, the Telegraph, Elle, Marie Claire, Grazia, Glamour, the New York Post and the Financial Times. Her first book, a memoir called ‘Precious: A True Story’ was published by Bloomsbury in 2010.
Carolyn Vines - Vines is passionate about IDENTITY and INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL and wrote about the intersection of the two in her memoir - black and (A)broad: traveling beyond the limitations of identity.
The online radio program will be hosted by Trina Roach, an executive coach and leadership trainer who has lived in Germany for almost 40 years, and the founder of Uncaged Birds™.
For more details see her website Uncaged Birds