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"You have to forgive to move forward," legendary drummer and musician Sheila E. told W.E.A.L.T.H. Experience cofounder Lana “MC Lyte” Moorer, after opening up on her childhood abuse and healing later in life.
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SWV singer Coko shares a laugh with fitness guru and actress A.J. Johnson. "I don't exercise. I celebrate my temple. This body is a blessing and I honor it," Johnson said about staying healthy.
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Speakers for the weekend included Nicci Gilbert, Yo-Yo, MC Lyte, W.E.A.L.T.H. Experience cofounder Lynn Richardson, Miss Diddy, Michele Thornton and Tai Beauchamp.
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Attendees jam at the white party.
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“I know everything I went through was to make me better,” Faith Evans said on a panel with financial advisor Ingrid Morris, Tai Beauchamp, and Judge Mablean (left to right) hosted by W.E.A.L.T.H. Experience cofounder Lynn Richardson.
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“Don’t hide behind your career. You are so much more than a job title. How you love you is how the world will treat you,” ESSENCE Lifestyle & Relationships Editor Charreah K. Jackson shared in the Be a Boss Bride workshop.
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“Wisdom is a woman. We have to share what we know with one another,” Erica Campbell told attendees.
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“God can get you through any storm,” Dr. Kelly Price shared as a keynote speaker.
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The W.E.A.L.T.H. Experience is committed to teaching Womanhood, Expansion, Assets, Leadership, Transformation and Health.
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Everybody in! A selfie to close out the 2017 W.E.A.L.T.H. Experience. Visit www.wealthexperience.info to learn more.
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