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Is a program that let’s you hear from thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers and experts on a variety of topics. In some cases you will get free advice to help improve your life! Don’t miss the opportunity to hear one-on-one interviews or roundtable discussions about the issues. Political Strategist, Publisher & Host Jerome Espree covers current events, news, politics and entertainment. Tune in to hear a different perspective outside of the mainstream.

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On this program: U.S. consumer prices rebounded in February, African-American swimmers took the top three finishes in a single event, Police killed more than twice as many people as reported by US government, Study: Why men prefer... more

On this program: Jamaica's prime minister says President Obama will visit next month, A Supermoon, vernal equinox and a total solar eclipse will happen at the same day same time, Fox drama ?Empire? capped its first-year ratings with... more

On this program: President hails Selma participants as 'heroes', Blurred Lines got to give up $7.4 million, Taraji P. Henson Named 2015 American Black Film Festival Celebrity Ambassador, United Nations criticizes US for imprisoning... more

On this program: US Attorney General Holder says he will try to change the standard for bringing federal civil rights cases , Postal Service just unveiled the Maya Angelou Forever Stamp, The U.S. is running out of room to store crude... more

On this program: Black History Month, The FCC approved strict new rules for Internet providers, Sea levels along north-east coast have risen FOUR INCHES in two years - as experts warn communities to prepare for 'extreme' events,... more

On this program: Black History Month, Obamacare sign up nearly 11.5 Million during the open enrollment period, FBI planning to sue the Ferguson Police, Israeli gov acknowledged injecting Ethiopian women, "Saturday Night Live"... more

On this program: Black History Month, FBI director wants national conversation on race, NY policeman indicted on manslaughter charges, Jon Stewart to leave The Daily Show, Parents of obese kids could be fined $800 if law passes in... more

On this program: Black History Month, Pope Francis agreed to address US Congress this fall, RadioShack files for bankruptcy with up to 2,400 stores across America to close, Harvard professors officially banned from having sex with... more

On this program: President declared an era of new trust with India, Daughter of iconic Cuban revolutionary (Che) Guevara welcomes talks with US, Scientists manage to 'UNBOIL' an egg, #MissJamaicaShouldHaveWon defines Miss... more

On this program: President Obama delivers the State of the Union, McDonald's sued for racial bias, German court rules that men can pee standing up, Pres Obama declines Netanyahu meeting, NY State Assembly speaker charged with... more
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