7/16/19 O&A NYC INSPIRATIONAL TUESDAY: Tina Turner- My Love Story

Tina Turner—the long-reigning queen of rock & roll and living legend—sets the record straight about her illustrious career and complicated personal life in this eye-opening and compelling memoir.
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7/9/19 O&A NYC INSPIRATIONAL TUESDAY: What To The Slave Is 4th of July? James Earl Jones Recites Frederick Douglas

On July 5, 1852, in Rochester, New York, Frederick Douglas gave one of his most famous speeches, “The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro.” He was addressing the Rochester Ladies Antislavery Society. Continue reading

7/2/19 O&A NYC INSPPIRATIONAL TUESDAY: RuPaul: Dressed For Success

RuPaul, arguably the most successful drag performer of all time, and now the winner of three Outstanding Host Emmy Awards. Last week, the show also won the Emmy for Outstanding Reality Competition Program. Continue reading

  5/28/19 O&A NYC INSPIRATIONAL TUESDAY: Simeon Panda – I Am Dedicated (Bodybuilding Motivation)

‘You cannot forget what you are capable of.’ – Simeon Panda
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4/23/19 O&A NYC INSPIRATIONAL TUESDAY: Dwyane Wade- This Bud’s For 3 ( Budweiser)

To celebrate his final season, Dwyane Wade has been swapping jerseys with NBA legends. Before he said goodbye, we surprised him with five more. Continue reading

4/7/19 O&A NYC GOSPEL SUNDAY: Tonéx Make Me Over ”canta muito”

Make Me Over by Tonéx from his 2004 album Out The Box.  This was his first live album and third major release. It was recorded Live on September 19, 2003 at The San Diego Civic Theater. Out the Box is Certified Platinum selling well over 980,000 copies. Continue reading

3/24/19 O&A NYC GOSPEL SUNDAY: Anita Wilson – More Than Anything


Anita Wilson performs More Than Anything from her 2017 album Sunday Song.  Continue reading

 2/27/19 O&A NYC INSPIRATIONAL TUESDAY- EXTRA: Desmond Richardson- Imprint/Maya at TEDx Talks

Desmond Richardson co-founder/co-artistic director of Complexions Contemporary Ballet and former principal dancer with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater also holds the distinction of being the first African-American principal dancer of American Ballet Theater. Here he performs Imprint/Maya by Dwight Roden and shares his biggest inspiration and finding joy through movement. Continue reading