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Brook Susan Parker


Dr. Brook Bello (formerly brook susan parker)
, CEO/Executive Director, and Founder of More Too Life, Inc. and Living Above the Noise Center in Florida. She is a #Champion from DMST; a form of human trafficking; author, ordained minister, motivational speaker, filmmaker/director, and human rights activist.

Her passion for youth as well as a former suicidal youth herself is telling. Her vision, her story of survival and life pursuit is to see other victims free. Brook, has been called on by the White House as she spoke on the plenary at the White House summit to “Eradicate Modern-Day Slavery.” She has spoken alongside and been called on by leading pastors, church leaders, governors, senators, legislators, human rights leaders, entertainment pros and the likes. Brook received a Doctorate of Human Letters in Oct 2013 from Richmond Virginia Seminary.

Brook teaches through her own story of survival and wholeness about the awareness and prevention of human trafficking as well as the identity discovery, personality disorders, and the neurological aspects of the damage caused by the grave abuse of human trafficking. She is sought after to conduct training for leaders and parents on victim identification in our communities and at home. Brook is also an actress and she has worked on many mainstream shows, films, and commercials.

Listen to brook read her poetry on a radio program recorded in 1998 to promote 360° A Revolution of Black Poets a seminal poetry event which was the first national festival of contemporary Black poetry.

Learn more at Brook Susan Parker’s official website


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