By Thao Vo, July 9th, 2021, Life + Culture, Sheen Magazine — Host, commentator, and our nation’s go-to expert, Areva Martin is many things in life besides her multiple ventures. She’s outspoken, passionate, and we know she’s always going to keep it real with us. As one of our nation’s leading voices in media, it’s no surprise as to why this award-winning attorney and advocate is adored by so many, including us! We recently had the chance to sit down with Martin to discuss everything from her show, Special Report to why being a voice for our community is so important.
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Last week, as the world began to say good-bye to legendary recording artist Aretha Franklin, we were reminded in countless news stories that her life was about so much more than her sensational voice and talent. We were reminded that in addition to being an incredible performer, Franklin also was a dedicated Civil Rights activist.
Good morning. My name is Areva Martin and I am a civil rights attorney and a children’s and women’s rights advocate. Like my good friend honorable Senator Kamala Harris, and her esteemed colleague, honorable Dianne Feinstein, I’m proud to be part of the resistance! And this isn’t the anonymous resistance! I am not ashamed to
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