The 411 Live

The 411 Live

The 411 Live podcast is a platform where you can learn about issues that impact your community, state and the world. It is designed to eduate and help people in the community better themselves by giving them inspiration, hope, education and direction that will motivate them to better their lives and their community as a whole. It is comprised of interviews and a wide range of information on various topics like health, schools, social issues, history, economics, real life stories, and justice. read less
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S9 Ep 7 - Empowering Youth and Building Dreams
5d ago
S9 Ep 7 - Empowering Youth and Building Dreams
In this compelling episode of The 411 Live, Beverly had the pleasure of speaking with Dionne Grayson, a remarkable author, business coach, mentor, and visionary leader. Dionne has been honored locally and featured in several national publications.  Dionne's journey of overcoming fear exemplifies the transformative power of studying, taking action, and practicing bravery. "There's no fear in love, and perfect love casts out fear." She lives by this statement and it underscores the significance of self-reflection, faith, and determination in conquering fears and pursuing personal growth. One of the highlights of our conversation was Dionne's children's book series, which she scribed as a divine download. Despite not fully understanding the series initially, she trusted the process and later discovered its educational value through feedback from educators. The series uses repetition and a predictable storyline to help children learn to read, featuring black children as main characters to address the lack of representation in children's literature.[00:03:02] Overcoming fear and self-doubt.[00:06:43] Overcoming fear and avoidance.[00:09:45] Developing the curriculum.[00:13:15] Children's book series creation.[00:17:40] Creative breakthroughs through dreams.[00:20:43] A father's affirmations importance.[00:25:17] Assessing and purging for growth.[00:29:30] Trusting God's guidance.Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts and leave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website, https://the411live.org
S9 Ep 6 - “Previvors” Three Sisters Radical Cancer Prevention with the RAD51D Gene Mutation
May 7 2024
S9 Ep 6 - “Previvors” Three Sisters Radical Cancer Prevention with the RAD51D Gene Mutation
In this compelling episode of The 411 Live, we delve into the critical topic of genetic testing and preventative surgeries for cancer. I had the privilege of speaking with three remarkable sisters, Dr. Patricia Cifax, Jacinta Tatum, and Sheila Adams Gardner, who shared their personal journeys after discovering they carried the RAD51D gene mutation, which significantly increases their risk for breast and ovarian cancer.The sisters discussed their initial reactions to their genetic test results, the emotional and medical decisions they faced, and the proactive steps they took to alleviate their cancer risks. Their stories highlighted the importance of genetic testing, especially for individuals with a family history of cancer, and the potential life-saving impact of early detection and preventative measures.Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts and leave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube:   https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website, https://the411live.org
S9 Ep 4 - “Real Talk” with Milwaukee's Esteemed Black Female Former News Anchors (Part 2)
Apr 2 2024
S9 Ep 4 - “Real Talk” with Milwaukee's Esteemed Black Female Former News Anchors (Part 2)
On Part 2 of this episode of The 411 Live is three remarkable black female former Milwaukee TV news anchors - Vivian King, Joanne Williams, and Toya Washington. They discuss the challenges they faced in their careers, including long hours, working holidays, and balancing personal life. The anchors share personal experiences, highlighting the sacrifices made in pursuit of their professional goals. Join in to hear firsthand accounts of breaking glass ceilings and making a difference in the community. Tune in for real talk from real people on The 411 Live.[00:02:00] Balancing career and personal life.[00:05:12] Dating challenges [00:06:20] Impactful stories that really affected me personally[00:16:27] Why I left TV News.[00:20:13] Balancing work and family.[00:23:34] Handling career changes in broadcasting.[00:25:05] Pursuing journalism as a passion.Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts and leave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube:   https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website, https://the411live.org
S9 Ep 3 - "Real Talk" with Milwaukee's Esteemed Black Female Former News Anchors (Pt 1)
Mar 26 2024
S9 Ep 3 - "Real Talk" with Milwaukee's Esteemed Black Female Former News Anchors (Pt 1)
Tune in to the latest episode of 411 Live with host Beverly Taylor as she sits down with three remarkable black female former Milwaukee TV news anchors - Vivian King, Joanne Williams, and Toya Washington. These talented professionals share their journeys, experiences, and insights from their decades on screen. Beverly, a former anchor herself, leads the engaging discussion as they reminisce about their time in the industry. Join them for real talk and real stories on this insightful episode. [00:01:41] Leaving TV [00:05:00] Having a stroke[00:07:11] Unexpected career departure[00:08:47] Climbing TV news markets[00:09:23] Unexpected career paths[00:17:10] Challenges faced by black women[00:19:58] Appearance in the newsroom.[00:22:03] Advocating for minorities and accurate suspect descriptions[00:27:02] Recognition of diversity and advocates in newsrooms.Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts and leave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube:   https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website, https://the411live.org
(PT 3) Diving Deep: Highlights from Season 8 of The 411 Live Podcast
Mar 12 2024
(PT 3) Diving Deep: Highlights from Season 8 of The 411 Live Podcast
Hey there, incredible viewers! We're thrilled to announce a new milestone reached!! Season 8 is officially wrapped up, and what a journey it has been! In this final installment Beverly Taylor reviews nuggets from episodes 15-20 of season eight, highlighting important issues. It starts with a discussion about a remarkable initiative providing second chances through pardons and expungements in Wisconsin. This episode introduces remarkable individuals and delves into various important topics and shares impactful knowledge. Stay tuned for more insightful discussions and valuable information in this episode of the 411 Live podcast. [00:02:25] Second chances through expungements.[00:10:00] Representation in children's literature.[00:13:54] Wage disparities at Ladish.[00:20:15] Dealing with guilt and loss.[00:22:47] Breaking generational cycles and curses.[00:26:07] Racial disparities in child welfare.Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts and leave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube:   https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website, https://the411live.org
S9 Ep 2 - “Empowering Consumers” An Inside Look at Utility Rate Increases in Wisconsin
Feb 20 2024
S9 Ep 2 - “Empowering Consumers” An Inside Look at Utility Rate Increases in Wisconsin
In this episode of the 411 Live, host Beverly Taylor interviews Tom Content, the Executive Director of the Citizens Utility Board, a consumer action group in Wisconsin. The Citizens Utility Board has been instrumental in saving customers billions of dollars by monitoring and questioning utility rate increases. They discuss the importance of the organization in monitoring utility rate increases in Wisconsin and beyond. Established 45 years ago, CUB was the first of its kind in the country, with a vision to protect consumers from unjust rate increases and ensure a balance between the interests of shareholders and the financial health of customers.Through their advocacy efforts, CUB has been able to save customers billions of dollars over time. By monitoring utility rate cases and actively participating in regulatory proceedings, CUB works to ensure that customers are not overcharged and that rates remain reasonable and affordable for all residents, including those facing financial challenges.[00:08:25] High electric rates in Wisconsin.[00:13:34] Utilities taking advantage of crisis.[00:17:18] Utility rate increases and cleaner energy.[00:19:48] Transition to clean energy.[00:24:31] Energy-savings, tips and programs.[00:28:32] Public participation in utilities.Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts and leave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube:   https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website,
S9 Ep 1 - The Transformative Power of Youth & Music with “MYSO” Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra
Feb 13 2024
S9 Ep 1 - The Transformative Power of Youth & Music with “MYSO” Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra
In this episode of The 411 Live podcast, we discusses the importance of lifting the heaviness of negativity and explore the positive impact of mentorship and transformation in the world of music. Host Beverly Taylor is joined by Linda Edelstein, CEO of “MYSO” the Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra, and Adela Ramirez, a talented cellist with MYSO. They shed light on the incredible work happening within the organization. They debunk the misconception that symphony orchestras are only for privileged kids and highlight the fact that 50% of MYSO's young members come from diverse backgrounds. Tune in to learn more about the inspiring initiatives and opportunities offered by the Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra.[00:02:16] Youth Symphony Orchestra representation.[00:07:21] Diversity in the arts.[00:08:33] Music and brain connection.[00:10:59] Bringing people together through music.[00:17:36] Sharing the love for music.[00:21:37] Trauma-informed programming.[00:27:11] Skills developed through music. Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts and leave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube:   https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website, https://the411live.org
S8 Ep 20 - Unveiling the Hidden Realities of Child Welfare and Homelessness
Dec 19 2023
S8 Ep 20 - Unveiling the Hidden Realities of Child Welfare and Homelessness
In this episode of The 411 Live, host Beverly Taylor discusses the topic of homelessness and racial disparities in the child welfare system. She is joined by guests Amada Morales-Zamudio, a family advocate, and Lincoln Rice, author of "The Ethics of Protection." Together, they shed light on the work of Casa Maria Catholic Worker, an organization that provides housing for women with children. The conversation delves into the challenges faced by this specific group and particularly women with children who often struggle to find emergency shelter and get their kids taken from them. This thought-provoking conversation sheds light on the challenges faced by vulnerable families and the need for further discussion and action on these important issues. Tune in to gain insight into this important issue affecting children and families. [00:02:10] Providing housing for Women with Children[00:07:49] Racial disparities in child welfare.[00:10:03] Racial bias in child protection.[00:16:47] Racial Disparity in Reunification Rates.[00:18:18] Child Protective Services and discrimination.[00:24:32] Lincoln’s grand experiment, does CPS help families?[00:27:19] The emphasis on child removal.🎉Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts andleave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website, https://the411live.org
Ep 19 - Building a Better Future: A Journey of Self-Love and Healing
Dec 5 2023
Ep 19 - Building a Better Future: A Journey of Self-Love and Healing
In this episode of The 411 Live, host Beverly Taylor is joined by Sara Newman, the visionary owner of RISE Youth and Family Services and Founder of Project Mosaic, and Ebony Reaves, who is being coached by Sara. They discuss the pivotal role of self-care and mental health in achieving success in various aspects of life and the importance of encouragement, settingboundaries, and having someone to listen. The conversation delves into breaking generational cycles and curses by focusing on mental health and emotional well-being and a commitment to preventing the passing down of negative patterns to their children.This episode provides valuable advice and encouragement, urging viewers and listeners to prioritize mental health and take advantage of available resources for personal growth.[00:9:46] Holistic approach to personal growth. [00:16:39] Identifying and breaking down blockages. [00:17:51] Importance of identifying patterns [00:26:33] Importance of mental health awareness. [00:28:07] Social anxiety hindering community engagement.🎉Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts andleave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website, https://the411live.org
S8 Ep 18 - Grief and Resiliency: A Mother-Daughter Perspective
Nov 28 2023
S8 Ep 18 - Grief and Resiliency: A Mother-Daughter Perspective
The 411 Live podcast presents an insightful episode featuring host Beverly Taylor and special guests Genene Hibbler Founder of Heart 2 Heart Compassionate Widow's Circle and Sanaiah Hibbler, a mother and daughter duo who have navigated profound losses. Genene faced the heartbreaking loss of her husband and son, while Sanaiah grappled with the passing of her brother and father. These tragedies left an indelible mark on their lives, prompting them to explore avenues for coping with grief.During the podcast, Genene reveals that she initially sought solace in her role as a pastor, using her work to divert her attention from the pain of her losses. On the other hand, Sanaiah encountered challenges in finding her usual outlets, like theater, as the pandemic disrupted her routines. Despite these initial struggles, both Genene and Sanaiah came to a realization: grieving is an active process that demands intentional effort.Tune in to this emotionally charged episode as the guests share their personal journeys of loss, resilience, and the transformative power of actively engaging with the grieving process.[00:03:37] Mental health challenges and the loss of a son.[00:08:02] Grieving and ministering during loss.[00:14:32] Dealing with loss and guilt.[00:17:10] Coping with loss and grief.[00:21:18] Physical challenges with grief during the pandemic.[00:23:19] Self-care and managing grief properly.[00:26:39] Comforting others and checking up on people.[00:31:50] Ministry for widows and support.🎉Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donateAll contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts andleave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411LiveTwitter: https://twitter.com/The411LiveInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411liveIf you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website,
S8 Ep 17 - “The Courage to Stand Up” A 95-Year-Old's Journey From Alabama to Milwaukee
Nov 7 2023
S8 Ep 17 - “The Courage to Stand Up” A 95-Year-Old's Journey From Alabama to Milwaukee
In this episode, we hear from 95-year-old William Wattleton, who has lived an incredible life full of impactful moments. He shares his journey from growing up in Alabama, his family co-founding the self-governed black municipality of Hobson City, Alabama, joining the Army, and eventually settling in Milwaukee. William also discusses his involvement in a lawsuit which resulted in significant changes in workers' rights and opportunities. Throughout the conversation, we learn about his resilience, activism, and unwavering faith in making positive changes in the world. It's a fascinating and informative episode that highlights the importance of using one's voice to stand up for what is right and just.00:2:51 First self-governed black municipality of Hobson City, Alabama.00:07:34 From Alabama to the Army.00:20:39 Disparities observed at Laddish.00:22:37 Fight for equal pay rights in the Supreme Court.00:26:25 Importance of exercising voting rights.🎉Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts and leave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website, https://the411live.org
S8 Ep 15 - Clean Slate MKE: Providing Second Chances through Pardons & Expungements in Wisconsin
Oct 17 2023
S8 Ep 15 - Clean Slate MKE: Providing Second Chances through Pardons & Expungements in Wisconsin
Join us in this impactful discussion as we explore criminal record expungement and pardons with Shanyeill McCloud, founder of Clean Slate Milwaukee (Clean Slate MKE). The focus is on the life-changing potential of expungement, which offers those with low-level offenses a chance to rebuild free from the constraints of a criminal record. We uncover the challenges faced by individuals with criminal records and highlights Shanyeill McCloud's personal journey in transforming her own experience to help others. Shanyeill McCloud says, "We have to give our men that power back to stand up as men so they can feel like men, behave like men and take care of their family like men."The discussion underscores the critical differences between expungement and pardon, while sharing real-life success stories that demonstrate the profound transformations individuals experience when granted a second chance. It also calls attention to the need for legislative changes to increase access to these services. Whether you're seeking a fresh start or interested in Clean Slate MKE's transformative work, this podcast provides insight into the world of record expungement, offering hope and second chances to countless lives. 🎉Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts andleave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website, https://the411live.org
S8 Ep 14 – "Reclaim. Renovate. Re-invest" Changing Neighborhoods One Block at a Time
Oct 3 2023
S8 Ep 14 – "Reclaim. Renovate. Re-invest" Changing Neighborhoods One Block at a Time
The best way to address community issues is through bottom-up solutions. This means that solutions should come from individuals who have experienced poverty themselves and have a deep understanding of the challenges faced by the community. In this episode of The 411 Live, host Beverly Taylor sits down with Kurt Owens, the pastor of You Flourish Church of Milwaukee and the founder of Bridge Builders. They discuss Kurt's personal journey from drug dealer to pastor, his decision to stay in his neighborhood and make a positive impact, and the mission of Bridge Builders. His mission is to inspire inner-city innovation and transform neighborhoods one block at a time. Join us for a thought-provoking conversation on real people and real talk.00:04:18 Stay and make an impact.00:05:58 Bottom-up solutions for neighborhood transformation.00:12:11 Hope and unity can transform communities.00:20:16 Exposure can lead to opportunity.🎉Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts andleave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/@The411Live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website, https://the411live.org
S8 Ep 13 - From Stroke to Redress: Reggie Jackson's Journey of Healing and Advocacy
Sep 19 2023
S8 Ep 13 - From Stroke to Redress: Reggie Jackson's Journey of Healing and Advocacy
In the healing process, sometimes you have to go back to your past and address it. That's precisely what we do in this episode, as we discuss the Redress Movement, a national organization committed to empowering communities to address racial segregation. Our guest, Reggie Jackson, a historian and co-owner of Nurturing Diversity Partners, shares his journey of recovery from a stroke and how he became involved in this critical movement.Quote: "You can't fix something if you don't know how it was broken to begin with."~ Reggie JacksonLearn about the historical forces that intentionally created segregation, the impact it still has on our communities today, and the steps being taken to redress the damage caused by these policies and practices. Join us as we explore the history, education, and action required to build a more equitable future.Don't miss this eye-opening conversation that sheds light on the past and inspires positive change. [00:04:27] The main cause of the stroke. [00:08:17] Support system and recovery journey. [00:11:44] Redressing harms of the past. [00:17:30] Segregation and its history. [00:19:04] Modern-day redlining and discrimination. [00:23:17] Entitlements and generational wealth. [00:27:30] Mapping Racism and Resistance. Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts and leave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgLGERB4Ph0  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: https://twitter.com/The411Live Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the411live If you have suggestions for future episodes, go to our website,
Milwaukee Excellence’s Response to Youth Violence
Sep 12 2023
Milwaukee Excellence’s Response to Youth Violence
In today's episode, we have a powerful and insightful conversation with three remarkable individuals connected to Milwaukee Excellence: Marcus Lynk, the Restorative Practice Coach, Mrs. Tiera Carter, a mother whose 15-year-old son, Davion Patterson, tragically got shot, and Nate Alston, a student at Milwaukee Excellence. Together, they shed light on several crucial aspects of life within the school and the broader community.First, we delve into the school environment and gain a glimpse into what's happening inside the building among the students. This discussion provides a candid look at the challenges and opportunities faced by young people today.Our guests then shift the focus to the mental health of students, recognizing the importance of addressing this critical aspect of their well-being. They discuss the various pressures and stressors that students contend with and highlight the role of schools in providing support.One of the most inspiring segments of our conversation centers on the collaborative efforts of social workers who came together to respond to the needs of students within the Milwaukee Excellence community. This heartwarming story showcases the power of community and compassion in helping young people overcome adversity.We also explore how students at Milwaukee Excellence united to create a touching memorial, demonstrating their resilience and solidarity during challenging times. The discussion emphasizes the importance of allowing students to express themselves and mourn collectively.Moreover, we hear about how Milwaukee Excellence has played a pivotal role in offering students opportunities to respond to adversity in healthy and constructive ways. This highlights the school's commitment to nurturing not only academic growth but also the personal development of its students.Lastly, our guests share insights into "Youth Victory over Violence Week," a powerful initiative that underscores the determination of young people to make a positive impact on their community by advocating for non-violence and peaceful solutions.Join us for an engaging and thought-provoking conversation that explores the dynamics of a school community, the resilience of its students, and the collaborative efforts to create a safer and more supportive environment for all.Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Please Subscribe/Follow our podcast so you can get alerts on upcoming podcasts and leave a review. Follow, like, subscribe and watch us on our social media platforms. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgLGERB4Ph0  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The411Live Twitter: