michelle obama*Washington, DC – In a Café Mocha Radio exclusive, First Lady Michelle Obama opens up about her feelings on the Amanda Berry kidnapping saga, Berry’s heroic escape and the healing power needed for her family and the community.

Mrs. Obama interviewed with Café Mocha as part of their nationally syndicated show’s “Phenomenal Moms” tribute special for Mother’s Day.  The mother of Sasha and Malia also talks motherhood and health during her candid conversation with Café Mocha, in addition to discussing  her new book “American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Garden Across America” that launched as a #1 New York Times bestseller.

Café Mocha Radio is a FLOTUS favorite.  This is Mrs. Obama’s second appearance on the syndicated radio program celebrating women of color.

Joining the First Lady of the United States on Café Mocha’s “Phenomenal Moms” special is crisis manager Judy Smith – the public relations guru who inspired the character of Olivia Pope on the hit ABC drama “Scandal.”

The “Phenomenal Moms” tribute also has a hilarious interview with actress/comedienne Kym Whitley-a new mom who chronicles her journey with adoption on her breakout reality series “Raising Whitley” on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN Network.

Listen to the First Lady speak on the Amanda Berry rescue:

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About the Café Mocha Radio Show: Café Mocha is the brainchild of award-winning media veteran Sheila Eldridge. Created for Women of Color and syndicated nationally in over 20 markets and on Sirius/XM channel 141, Café Mocha is heard in such major markets of New York, Chicago and Washington, DC.  The show airs weekends and is co-hosted by two-time Grammy-nominated hip-hop artist MC Lyte, actress/comedienne Loni Love (E! Entertainment’s “Chelsea Lately”) and broadcast veteran Angelique Perrin. This high-energy, two-hour show features the latest in urban music, lively chats from an unabashedly women’s perspective, no-holds barred advice and exclusive interviews with top performers, celebrities, politicians and civic leaders.

Café Mocha represented by Cumulus Media Networks for advertising sales is the only national show that speaks directly to African-American women, ages 25 to 54 who represent a combined buying power of more than $1.2 trillion.

 

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