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Nobody Messing with The Pink Panther Clique

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This episode features Jamila T. Davis, Aisha Hall, and Sunshine Smith-Williams—THE PINK PANTHER CLIQUE. All three women served time in America federal prisons.  Hailing from New York City and Long Island, the three women are self made authors, entrepreneurs, and social media influencers. Be inspired by these three women living important lives.

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