Sarah Rush, psychology professor at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area, was recently featured on Atlanta’s WALR-FM, American Urban Network (AURN), and Sirius XM’s “Maggie Linton Show.” Rush spoke about Black Family Month.
In her book, Rising up From the Blood, Rush lists seven tools that families can use to empower and embrace our past and future. She also talked about what it was like growing up as the great-granddaughter of Booker T. Washington.
Hear the interviews by clicking on the links: http://www.aurn.com/webex.php?itemID=12439&categoryID=1
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