MSNBC’s Tamron Hall interviews Carol’s Daughter CEO, Lisa Price, who tapped into her passion for natural beauty products to become a powerful African-American businesswoman and millionaire. Ms. Price’s company, Carol’s Daughter, makes natural beauty products catered to black women. Peep the interview.
Kevin Laue, a 6 feet 10 inches basketball player, was born with one arm and has been recognized for his skills and success in overcoming adversity. In the 2008-2009 season he played at a military academy in Virginia and was a prospect for collegiate play. In March 2009 he received a scholarship to play Division
Texas family helps troubled teen turn his life around.
In one of the most powerful and emotional television segments we’ve ever seen, CBS aired a special segment about deceased Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry during the pregame show before Thursday’s Thanksgiving day football games. The story focuses on Henry’s mother, Carolyn Glaspy, and the impact she had on four lives after making the
A homeless teen in Brooklyn, NY hasn’t let adversity kill his dream of becoming a doctor. He’s excelled in his studies and has $15,000 in grant money to pay for his first year of college.
Kiera Brinkley lost her legs and arms to a bacterial infection when she was an infant. Now a bubbly 16-year-old, she says dance is therapy and lets people see the ‘real’ her and not just the girl in the wheelchair.