George Kilpatrick Inspiration for the Nation shares his fitness journey

Hear George Kilpatrick describe the joys AND frustrations of his own fitness journey and the encouraging words he has for you!

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Avery*Sunshine brightens George’s day!

Neil Irvin, Men Can Stop Rape and George Kilpatrick Inspiration for the Nation and

Man Up! What can men to do support the women and girls in their lives? Listen to this powerful conversation that will change the way you think about your relationships with women, and what it means to be a man. 

Andrew Young and George Kilpatrick New Inspiration for the Nation

Andrew Young, Civil and Human Rights Advocate speaks to George Kilpatrick New Inspiration for the Nation at the Common Ground for Peace Symposium. In this conversation Ambassador Young offers a vision and roadmap for a new generation of activists.

George Kilpatrick New Inspiration for the Nation Celebrates Kwanzaa


Listen as George Kilpatrick New Inspiration for the Nation discusses Kwanzaa and what it means, and how you can use the principles everyday.

George Kilpatrick New Inspiration for the Nation…with Omekongo Dibinga Upstander International

In this episode of George Kilpatrick New Inspiration for the Nation, George Kilpatrick discusses bullying with Omekongo Dibinga. Omekongo was born in America, yet dealt with the anguish of not fitting in either the African American nor Caucasian communities. The bullying and racial taunts lead to thoughts of suicide. Find out how he used writing to survive, how he inspires youth and companies around the world, and how he will inspire you! Click here to meet one of America’s Great Young Black Speakers.

George Kilpatrick New Inspiration for the Nation and Darell “Coach D” Andrews

George Kilpatrick New Inspiration for the Nation interviews Darrell “Coach D” Andrews about his passion for education, and what school districts can do to turn around failing schools. Original air date November 2011

George Kilpatrick New Inspiration for the Nation Remembers Heavy D

Hip-Hop Legend Heavy D dies at the age of 44

Hip-Hop Legend Heavy D dies as the age of 44.
I had the chance to chat with Heavy D back in 2009. He had been producing and working with other artists and was lanching a new direction. He talks about his background, he new reggae vibe, and longevity in the game. We will forever remember the “overweight lover” for what he represented in the Hip-Hop Game. Heavy D rest in peace. Please enjoy this best of #NewInspirationfortheNation

George Kilpatrick and Dr. Randal Pinkett Author “Black Faces in White Places”


Dr. Randal Pinkett was the first African American to win Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice”. But in winning he was asked to consider sharing the title with his runner up. He had a defining moment live on national television. Of course, his response is now classic. In this candid conversation with George Kilpatrick Dr. Randal Pinkett describes what that moment felt like, how to lead where everyone wins, why he believes in giving back, and the advice he gave to Donald Trump when he considered his run for the white house. All of that and more from his book “Black Faces in White Places, Ten Game Changing Strategies to Achieve Success and Greatness”.
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George Kilpatrick and Dr. Randal Pinkett at the "Beyond the Dream" gala

George Kilpatrick New Inspiration for the Nation with Spike Lee and Tonya Lewis Lee

Power Couple Spike Lee and Tonya Lewis Lee collaborate on a children’s book that is a walk through history. Each step we take is a way to move us forward, knowing that we stand on the shoulders of the giants who came before. In their book, Spike and Tonya give us clues to the ordinary people who had grand ideas, and had the persistence to make those ideas a reality.
Speaking of inspiration, today is Nelson Mandela’s 93rd birthday. He of course endured 27 years in prison to end apartheid. I remember vividly the news accounts of people waiting hours in the sun to vote. Thank you Mr. Mandela for teaching us that justice is always worth fighting for. Read more here at theroot.com.

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