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The ChangeMakers Show Hosts TWO Power Guests: Entrepreneur Dawn "Million Dollar" Wilson  (1st Hour) & Newark West Ward Candidate Mecca Keyes in (2nd Hour)

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EAST ORANGE, NJ - During the first hour of the show the hosts will interview Dawn “Million Dollar” Wilson. Dawn is a Mother, Mentor, Celebrity Business Coach, Entrepreneur, Radio Personality and most recently seen in the New Film Black Friday . 

A single mother from Newark, NJ, currently residing in Atlanta, GA, she is the visionary of "Entitlement & Legacy" an audio movement to raise the financial IQ of the community, through education and empowerment. As the visionary of this global movement, Ms. Wilson travels all around the world, encouraging change within the economic arena of everyday people’s lives.

Ms. Wilson could have easily been just another statistic for high school dropouts, but despite the odds, has graced TV screens and magazines inspiring and uplifting the masses. The Breakout Star of WWWE 1100am Radio Station With new Hit Show "RMG Live”. With her authentic and high-energy delivery of creating success in a difficult environment, Ms. Wilson’s goal is to give people, especially single mother's, an opportunity to protect their family, finances and future. 

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With her engaging, and fun personality, Dawn connects with her audiences immediately and delivers content that they can immediately use to turn their financial situations around. 

For the second hour the Changemakers Show speaks with Newark West Ward Candidate Mecca Keyes. Keyes is currently a District Leader, and has been a homeowner in the Vailsburg neighborhood for the past 14 years. 

She has served as the Community Liaison Officer for the Heart of Vailsburg (HOV) Block Club Coalition in which they have empowered many residents by assisting them with re-establishing neighborhood associations, and block watches. She is a resident volunteer with United Vailsburg Services Organization (UVSO), a Volunteer Project Coordinator with Jersey Cares, assigned to the Food Bank of New Jersey, and Economic Development Chair for the NAACP, before stepping down to run for office. Mecca is a graduate of the Emerge NJ 2016 class, and has learned a lot from that great organization. 

Mecca believes in good-governance, and has led the fight to install body cameras on our police officers, Spearheaded a “Stigma-Free” Resolution for the city of Newark, and a Teen-Dating Violence Resolution, as well as a number of different initiatives.

If elected, Mecca’s pledge is to work with Mayor Baraka and others to continue to build relationships, and develop partnerships that benefit the residents of this city. She further pledges to fight for things like cleaner, and safer streets, strong education funding, and recreation for our children and seniors.  “We need to establish a program to increase home ownership, encouraging more residents to buy in to our great city. In addition, we need to ensure that we are expanding on things like our broadband, giving low-income and poverty stricken residents more opportunities. Most importantly, our community deserves someone that is visible with the ability to problem solve, and provide solutions”.

The co-hosts Royston Allman, Rebecca Saint Louis, and Queen Aaminah bring a combined twenty years of experience in broadcasting. Every Saturday you can hear them engaging in enlightening discussions with news-makers from across the country and abroad about the issues of the day.

It airs every Saturday from 2pm-4pm EST on  WZYE LP 95.9 FM. You can also tune in online for Facebook Live on the The Changemakers Show Page, TUNEIN, or dial in to AudioNow (605) 468-5891.

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