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Welcome to The Revolution!  This is not just a show.  It is a MOVEMENT.  The Black community has $1.3 trillion in buying power in the United States; however, too many of our neighborhoods remain underserved, and the world looks down on us as the “minorities” we claim to be.  Melanated people are not a minority, we are the MAJORITY of the world’s population.  It’s time we start acting like it.  


The purpose of The Revolution is to bring awareness to the positive and negative aspects of finance and wealth among peoples of the African diaspora.  The goal is to unify the Black community and encourage individuals to do business with and create businesses for individuals within our own community, as well as promote the use of Black owned business within local, national, and world economies.  Click the pictures below to view previous episodes, and tune in on Tuesdays at 6 PM on YouTube Channel:  The Revolution of the Dollar!


Episode 21 features personal stylist and owner of Style by JS Boutique, Jashira Sullivan-Tubbs.  She'll show us how we can shop on a budget AND look like a million bucks.  Shop online with Jashira at

Aired:  March 27, 2018

Episode 20 features Ayesia Lyles, owner of Shuga Jane’s Baking Co.  She’ll tell us how she can create decadent sweets for your sweet for Valentine’s Day.

Aired:  February 6, 2018

Episode 19 features environmental expert and activist, Dr. Kenya Goodson.  We’ll discuss how we can conserve the health and wealth of the Black community.

Aired:  January 30, 2018

Episode 18 features a special New Year’s edition in which we’ll discuss maximizing your refund this tax year with Wheat Professional Services.

Aired:  January 2, 2018

Episode 17 features Birmingham baker, Ladarius Bloxom, owner of Bloxom’s Southern Bakery.  He’ll show us how he can enhance our New Year’s parties with his sweet treats and how we can “Buy Black” for all our celebrations.

Aired:  December 26, 2017

Episode 16 features phenomenal makeup artist, Tiffany Flowers-Hurst, A.K.A. Cendy Leway. Tiffany is the owner of BonMercy Beauty Bar, Tuscaloosa, and offers glamorous products to “Buy Black” for the holidays. She can be booked for makeup application at

Aired:  December 19, 2017

Episode 15 gives us more ideas to “Buy Black” for the holidays.  We’ll feature Stevetta Temple and her daughter, Derricka Palmer, consultants with Paparazzi Accessories.  They’ll tell us how we can get glamorous jewelry without breaking the bank.

Aired:  December 12, 2017

Episode 14 features author and entrepreneur, Mary E. Thomas. Mary will discuss her charity initiative, “Winter Warm Up”.  She has partnered with the Salvation Army to provide warm blankets and other needed items to those in need. She is the author of Cassel Hill, and is currently writing her second book.

Aired:  December 5, 2017

Episode 13 features Pauline Morgan, owner of Sweet P’s Wreaths. In addition to wreaths, she specializes in Christmas tree decorating, mailbox toppers, and door hangers. She’ll give you an option to “Buy Black” when adding holiday cheer to your home or workplace.

Aired:  November 28, 2017

Episode 12 features entrepreneur, TaNieka Wilson. We’ll discuss her handmade candles as well as her dance classes and provide options for you to “Buy Black” for the holidays through her company, “Pretty Wicked Scents”.

Aired:  November 21, 2017

Episode 11 features Chandra Mack, founder and CEO of DV League Mentoring Initiative. We’ll learn about the services this awesome program provides and how the community can help support it.

Aired:  November 14, 2017

Episode 10 features LeMona Stacy, owner and broker at Elite Signature Properties. We’ll discuss the home buying process and preview her Elite Homebuyer Seminar.

Aired:  November 6, 2017

Episode 9 features features real estate broker, Aubrey Tooson, who will expand our knowledge about the Federal Reserve and the housing market.

Aired:  October 31, 2017

Episode 8 features Rodney Pelt, Sr., founder and director of the phenomenal mentoring initiative, Mind Changers, Inc. Mr. Pelt is taking his community leadership to a new level as he campaigns for the District 71 seat of the Alabama State House of Representatives.  Support Mind Changers, Inc. at

Aired:  October 24, 2017

Episode 7 features Jerry Carter, Branch President of Tuscaloosa NAACP. We'll discuss how the NAACP is working towards our economic advancement and how it continues to live into its mission after over a century.

Aired:  October 18, 2017

Episode 6 features Brother Arzo X, Coordinator of Muhammad's Study Group Tuscaloosa. We'll discuss the potential of the Black community to become self-sufficient through cooperative economics.

Aired:  October 10, 2017

Episode 5 features entrepreneur and civic leader, Erica Barnes Grant. Erica is the owner of Charming Kreations Beauty Salon and Thrifty Charm Boutique in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She was recently elected as a member of Tuscaloosa's City Board of Education, and she's the newly published author of “Chapter 34: Life After Death”.

Aired:  October 3, 2017

Episode 4 features Belly Gang and Big Boy Entertainment's efforts to provide aid to the homeless. We'll discuss the disproportionate impact of homelessness in the Black community and provide resources for individuals in need.

Aired:  September 26, 2017

Episode 3 features P.J. Howard, Director of Bands at Stillman College. We'll highlight the educational and cultural importance of HBCUs in the Black community and discuss how citizens can become supporters of Stillman College. Donate to Stillman at

Aired:  September 19, 2017

Episode 2 discusses the economic role of the church in the Black community. Featured guest is Rev. Tyshawn Gardner, pastor of Plum Grove Baptist Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Rev. Gardner is also the president of Tuscaloosa's chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC).

Aired:  September 12, 2017

Episode 1 features Chris and Sabrina Glin of "The S.E.E.D of L.I.F.E Inc.", a Tuscaloosa, Alabama based organization focused on the betterment of the community through promoting financial wellness, providing stimulating programs for children, and creating educational seminars for adults. Contact and support this worthy organization at

Aired:  September 7, 2017

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