This is the latest episode of the Chocolate News Podcast. We bring you news that discusses issues affecting the Black community. On today’s show we will be discussing Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac retiring, Cincinnati Bearcats Coach Luke Fickell getting his contract extended, 10 ways to detect Alzheimer's, and more.
Joining us today is Digital Correspondent Andria Carter, Multi-cultural Outreach Manager of Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Cincinnati Selene Holmes, and State Farm Insurance Agent Candace Bates.
This week’s episode is hosted by John Alexander Reese (Digital Editor, The Cincinnati Herald) and Morgan Angelique Owens (Chief Creative Beauty Consultant for Herald Beauty)
For more information on Black Dementia Minds, call: 800-272-3900. You can also call this toll free number to get help with Alzheimer's Disease.
To get in contact with Candace Bates, go to: https://www.statefarm.com/agent/us/oh/cincinnati/candace-bates-483sb9y3cge
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Make sure to check out the stories we talked about today on our website at www.TheCincinnatiHerald.com. You can also follow us on social media. We're on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. We also have our own YouTube channel. Just search for The Herald TV.