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Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, but Sivad Johnson was larger than life. Time was incredibly valuable to this Detroit Fire Department sergeant, artist, and storyteller, author, and father of two girls. Sivad Johnson’s life ended tragically in August of 2020 while helping to save three drowning girls.
In this episode, host Beverly Taylor meets with Eboni Thomas and Jamal Johnson, sister, and brother to Sivad Johnson, and Jolanda Rogers, the publisher of his book, Becoming A Diamond. They pay homage to his legacy. Beverly Taylor follows along on the journey of Sivad Jonhson’s book, Becoming a Diamond, and what Eboni Thomas would call “divine intervention.” In this episode on The 411 Live, find out the amazing true legacy of Sivad Johnson.
Eboni T. Thomas | Professional Writer/Editor & Career Consultant
Jamal Johnson | Detroit Firefighter/Actor/Model
Book: Becoming A Diamond by Sivad Johnson
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