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Streaming smooth jazz artist not found on your local jazz station. Also, examining issues that impact our communities.

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Discussing the current events in music, politics and entertainment. Guest host: Marguerite Jones.

Black music tells the story of the African American experience in far greater detail than history. June is Black Music Month (aka African American Music Appreciation Month) and intended to celebrate the contributions to the various American... more

Cameroon native Suh Ade Fobudzong speaks to us about his amazing quest to develop the written language of Nkon for the Mankon people of the Northwestern region of the country. Mr. Fobudzong is the author of two books on the language... more

The Difference Between Making Money and Creating Wealth Knowing the difference between making money and creating wealth depends on one's mindset and core values. Making money means exchanging your time for labor, while... more

Recent NBC poll stated that 77% of people polled did not revere women bosses. Are women in leadership roles not as good as men in the workplace? We tackle this question on tonight's show. Join us and call in! Special intro to the... more

Baltimore author Pamela Fitch discusses her inspirational autobiography "Set Free Indeed" detailing her experiences growing up in the Cherry Hill section of the city and how God paved her life path.

Examining the Black experience and our quest for a place in American society. Our guest is Dr. Pamela Reed,cultural critic and Associate Professor of African American studies at Virginia State University.

Examining the Black community and discussing solutions to the urban crisis of education, poverty and family!

Listen to the sweet sounds of one of our generation's finest saxophonist, the late George Howard. Featuring cuts from several of his albums as well as introspect on the music.

A discussion with Tracie Powell, noted national journalist and a political columnist based in Washington D.C. She will discuss the role of Blacks in the media and the impact of journalist in the economy as well as how it is affecting the portrayal of... more

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