Georgia Public Broadcasting Channel 8 debuts “A Seat at the Table” weekly talk show featuring three accomplished, unapologetic African-American female co-hosts who candidly discuss their opinions, perspectives on a myriad of everyday topics. NY-Times Bestselling author, Denene Millner, who co-authored “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man” with Steve Harvey and award-winning journalist, former WSB Channel 2 news anchor, Monica Kaufman Pearson come into Sean from the INside studios to discuss “the right time” for the new show and why it’s important to teach life-learning lessons. The third co-host, Christine White, was unable to attend. One of the topics discussed on show is code switching which is speaking in a different tone or affliction depending on audience “which is something African-American women have done their entire lives,” says Monica Pearson. Giving back and teaching life lessons is important and one way Denene Millner does that is through her award-winning blog, “My Brown Baby.” She created a space to speak about a myriad of topics that afflicts parenting African-American children and their everyday topics. Monica Pearson says, “Everything I have is a gift that must be shared with others.” You must listen to this show. It’s eye-opening and relevant.