Today’s podcast features the final installation of a conversation I held on May 10 with Demita Usher, aka “Brown Betty.”
Demita was a champion of Black women’s causes, and passionate about women learning to not only enjoy, but leverage their femininity.
This episode was recorded on May 10 in anticipation of the website launch of Demita’s business centering on providing teaching and training on etiquette and manners. Demita passed away the morning of June 14.
Part 1 and Part 2 of the conversation with Demita are available on iTunes, Sound Cloud, Stitcher Radio or PlayerFM.
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Demita Usher was the Founder and Director of The Social Graces and Savoir Faire Institute of Etiquette. She taught classes for several years to adults and children alike. Demita was in the process of writing a book on Charm and Etiquette for Teens. She resided in Los Angeles, California.
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