Living Your Best Life Radio with Genma Holmes is starting 2014 off with coverage of the Trumpet Awards.
The Trumpet Awards was created to recognize outstanding
accomplishments of Blacks and others who have succeeded against great
odds and inspired success in others.
Xernona Clayton, president and CEO of the Trumpet Awards Foundation,
is the creative force behind the luxurious and entertaining event.
On Saturday, January 25, 2014 tune in to hear updates from Genma week long adventure behind the scences covering events like High Tea with High Heels, Civil Rights Hall of Fame Induction Ceronmony, 2014 Trump Award Honorees, and the tireless work of Xernona Clayton.
We will also hear from several phenonmal women; DeAndra J. Cullen, The Wilbourn Sisters, and Robin Lori. Listen to hear how they are changing how business is done in their fields by being change agents who are making a difference.
Living Your Best Life Radio, radio that empowers, inspires, and motivates you to live your BEST life can be heard on 760AM in the Middle Tennessee Region, on Tune In Radio, streamed live on the web at UStream.TV on Saturdays from 9:00-10:00am CST and on military bases.
More About Xernona Clayton
Xernona Clayton is the Founder, President and CEO of the Trumpet
Awards Foundation, Inc. and Creator and Executive Producer of the
Foundation’s Trumpet Awards. The Trumpet Awards is a prestigious event
highlighting African American accomplishments and contributions.
Initiated in 1993 by Turner Broadcasting, the Trumpet Awards has been
televised annually and distributed internationally to over 185 countries
around the world.
Ms. Clayton began her television career in 1967 and became the
south’s first Black person to have her own television show. The Xernona
Clayton show was a regular feature on WAGA-TV, CBS affiliate in Atlanta.
Xernona moved to Atlanta in 1965 where she accepted a position with
the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and worked closely with the
late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ms. Clayton also traveled extensively
with Mrs. Coretta Scott King on her nationwide concert tours.
Dedicated to promoting racial understanding, Xernona Clayton has been
a leader in civic projects and civil rights activities for several
years. In 1966, she coordinated the activities of Atlanta’s Black
doctors in a project called Doctors’ Committee for Implementation,
which resulted in the desegregation of all hospital facilities in
Atlanta. This project served as a model and a pilot for other states
throughout the country and received national honor from the National
Medical Association for its impact.
Her persistent fight against the dragons of prejudice and bigotry was
never more apparent than in 1968, when the Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux
Klan denounced the Klan and credited Xernona’s influence with his
Ms. Clayton’s dedication to the community is reflected in the many
hours she spends promoting human relations through bi-racial groups
devoted to improving racial understanding.
A recipient of numerous media awards, Xernona has been widely honored
for her contributions to humanity. She is included in various editions
of some very impressive biographical publications.
“The Peaceful Warrior”
a biography of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. authored by her late husband
Ed Clayton and co-authored by Xernona in the revised editions, has been
published in several languages. Xernona Clayton’s autobiography, “I’ve Been Marching All the Time”, was published in 1991.