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This #SmartSunday on HBCU Smart TV

This Sunday on #HBCUSmartTV, join us for #SmartSundays featuring a great lineup including:

@DrRamonGoings with special guest, @MiaWright at 12 Noon ET!

"Imagine a life where you can be fulfilled in your true purpose?"

Our Done Dissertation Office Hours guest @miawright is helping women across the globe do just that. Not only is she influencing the world, she is also currently a doctoral student!

In this upcoming episode we will learn more about Mia’s educational journey, experience as a doctoral student, her work as Co-Pastor and Executive Director of Ministry @thefountainofpraise, and how she has used her passions to motivate women around the world.

You do not want to miss this episode! Some gems will be dropped!


1PM ET... @DrCareyYazeed presents, "Everyday Struggle: How Toxic Workspaces Impact Black Women"

Release Date: Nov. 2021


The most disrespected person in America is the Black woman. From a looming pay gap that doesn't appear to be going away any time soon, to dealing with microaggressions and blatant harassment and racism, Black women in America endure a lot just to make a living in this country. This anthology shares the toxic work stories of thirteen Black women trying to survive the 9 to 5 rat race in America.

Preorder at


2PM ET ... Dr. Elwood Robinson talks with the legendary Winston-Salem State University alum, Earl Monroe #EarlThePearlMonroe about college athletics and so much more...


3PM ET... Gerald Hector welcomes Gregory Simmonds, President and CEO of Own Touch Soccer Academy


@TheHBCUNation welcomes Black EyeCare Perspective Pre-Optometry Club to #HBCUSmartTV and #HBCUiRadio! This week's topic, " "Eliminating Inequality & Increasing Representation of People of Color in the Eyecare Industry ''

Black Eye Care Perspective, The New England College of Optometry and Johnson & Johnson Vision host a virtual press conference to discuss equity and representation in the eye care industry, in optometry boards and in optometry schools. Panelists will discuss how they are redefining the color of the eyecare industry 1% at a time by creating a pipeline for Black students into optometry.


Dr. Darryl Glover (Your Favorite Optometrist) OD, Cofounder of Black EyeCare Perspective

Essence Johnson, OD, FAAO, Dipl ABO,Chief Visionary Officer Black EyeCare Perspective

Howard Purcell, OD, FAAO President and CEO, New England College of Optometry

Charissa Lee, OD, MBA, FAAO Affairs at Johnson & Johnson Vision

Thomas Swinnen, President North America, Johnson & Johnson Vision



HBCUiRadio ( and HBCU Smart TV ( Amazon Fire TV, Roku and on Sundays starting at 12pm ET !

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