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Living Strong: The Flip Side of Adversity

Living Strong: The Flip Side of Adversity

Thursday at 2 PM Pacific

January 13th 2022: The Flip Side of Adversity is Faith

Webster's defines faith as a strong belief, complete trust, or confidence in someone or something. As we move through life our experiences often shape what we begin to believe about ourselves, our world, and our place in it. Our guest, Renee Chenault- Fattah, shares how flipping the faith she had in her own story has led her through the flip side of adversity. Changing her belief and confidence in the story she told herself about herself has led to advocacy, social equity, and legacy for others.

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Renee Chenault-Fattah

Renee Chenault Fattah is a lawyer, broadcast journalistand filmmaker having recently made the documentary In Our Right Mind: Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias’ Impact on Communities of Color. Her film led to advocacy roles at the legal non profit SeniorLAW Center. Renee is currently the Executive Director of Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity. She is also one of Philadelphia’s best known journalists, having served as the evening and weekday news co-anchor for NBC10 for close to 25 years. She earned her BA in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University and began her career in law, graduating from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, working at Hughes Hubbard & Reed in New Yor
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