The C. Harper Show, Harping on Purpose was founded more than 14 years ago. As a rookie in the industry, yet mature Cynthia Harper’s first radio interview was with none other than, Grammy “award-winning” artist, Cee Cee Winans. Shortly thereafter, the show was synonymous with hosting A-listers such as Dr. Maya Angelou, Zig Ziglar Foundation, Keisha Knight Pulliam, Lee Greenwood, Charles Dutton, David & Tamela Mann, Donnie McClurkin, Essence Atkins, the late Mark Salling of Glee and a myriad of more. It's been noted that she has a way of posing questions in political, corporate and civic environments which causes others to ponder. Her favorite topic is always…Purpose keeps her audience waiting for nuggets to drop. She has been known to grace a few red carpets and national awards shows. Currently, she is a host on Chryso Reign Television Network and serves as the Mistress of Ceremonies regularly throughout the country.
Com…Plex…Shun Where all Skin Color is Embraced and the Cycle Stops here Written & Produced by Dr. C Harper Enterprises Com…Plex…Shun, (CPS) is a stage production where African American women illustrate their intolerance of negative skin complexions and comparisons. CPS is a choreographed performance demonstrating the value of collaboration, connectivity and cooperation creating a perfect blend. Com-represents the communication needed, realizing the commonality, and coming together Plex-speaks to perplexities, difficulties, and separation the issue of this behavior has created Shun-the coming together to eradicate the shunning of one another The six main characters, plus the narrator takes an emotional approach to their similarities vs. their differences. The characters strongly deliberate with pre & post slavery data of this systemic issue. The more they corroborate on life’s misfortunate situations the more they realize that pain is an equal opportunist and colorism is irrelevant. As they blend their stories, harmony overshadows skin tones and collaboration is key. The goal of the cast is to break systemic racism within the culture and create lasting mind-set change as it relates to com-plex-shuns. The resounding mantra- the cycle stops here is repeated throughout each segment. The writer paints a clear distinction of separation by adorning three light skin actors in black and three dark skin actors in white. This opposing contrast plays into light vs dark. The central figure of connectivity is the red rope. The choreographed movements bring the group together on one accord. The bonus scene sets the tone of childhood colorism trauma which perpetuated adult drama.
The focus of Quaker Oats's philanthropic and volunteer efforts is the education of children in low-income communities, concentrating on programs that help them succeed in school. The secondary focus is nutrition education and hunger relief. The Starling Secrets of Aunt Jemima is a one-woman act stage play, encouraging race relations and empowering women to get off the shelf and take their power back through eradicating past pains, starting their business, obtaining education, creating self-worth, and dreaming again.
In this depiction, the legendary, iconic character comes off the shelf, out of the box, and into reality to claim her inheritance. The 6 scenes in this heartfelt story of the most traveled woman in the country, Aunt Jemima, will inspire women to never give up and to stop judging things based upon what they hear but give everyone a fair chance to be the best they can be. Years of listening and not speaking has made her a reservoir of information-a voice of wisdom.