“I said you know what, I have an opportunity,” Vanzant said in an interview on Tuesday. “I’m going to take that opportunity. I want to know what the people on the ground are saying. I wanted to hear the untold story. I wanted to be there as it unfolded.”
Vanzant did not make her journey alone. The spiritual guru and host of the award-winning series “Iyanla: Fix My Life” brought along a television production crew.
The anticipated “Iyanla: Fix My Life – Special Report: Healing in Ferguson” airs tonight amid a wave of social media chatter.
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