Episode 8

Reflecting on Black Lives Matter & Social Justice with Chantele Francis

This week we sat down to talk to Chantelle Francis a 41-year-old self-described Aquarius. Actor. Dancer. Flight Attendant. Tarot Card Reader. Law Of Attraction Life Coach. Reality TV Junkie. We sat down to talk to Chantelle to talk to her about her life experience as a Black Woman and the current Black Lives Matter movement.

She has lived in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. Toronto is where she considers home. She has a love for spirituality, the performing arts, and coaching, and has merged these loves together to form Star Talent Coaching. Her Mission is to help Woman in the entertainment industry level up and create the career of their dreams. 

Show Notes and Resources: 

Chantele Francis

You can follow Chantele on the following channels

Instagram: @chanfranfran or @startalentcoaching

YouTube: Star Talent Coaching

Episode Mentions

100 Humans Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/title/80215997

Stonewall Riots: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stonewall_riots


Anti-Racist Resource Guide 


Thoughts from a black actress on Black Lives Matter and White Supremacy in the Film and Television Industry 


FedEx Driver shares his experience of being black in America. He was spit on and called N***ER and spit on for simply doing his job. 


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Join Jennie as she discusses important social issues to expand our understanding and acceptance, in turn, contributing to a more kind and compassionate world.

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Jennie Leaver

Jennie is a Designer with a 15-year background in hospitality. Passionate about making a difference in this world, she teamed up with Ryan in 2019 to create Have A Little Insight after the two met waiting tables at Milestones Bar and Grill.

“I want to contribute to the good in this world. There is enough bad news, negative slants on things and anger. I want to bring people a different perspective, where we strive to create understanding, compassion and kindness. Where we look for the good and how we are connected as opposed to operating from fear, judgement and separation.”