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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It is talked about, woman get mammograms, daughters are taught how to self- check, families walk, run and ride for Breast Cancer. During the summer many diseases have walk, runs and... more

Join CWT4R next Wednesday October 2nd as we talk with activist Lisa Gilmore and DiVine Gardley (survivor) about Domestic Violence in the LGBTQ Community and hear what effect it has on a child from Divine who is an alley. Listen in and... more

SEX is a topic many are too afraid to talk about. Thursday night at 7:30 we will talk about SEX IS IT OVERRATED. Some say yes many say no just find the right partner.

Femme is a term used by many feminine-identified queer people from diverse and equally valuable backgrounds including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and other queer folks. Femmes are fierce and use their voices to make... more

Leading the organizing and planning in honor of Bayard Rustin was Mandy Carter who will be joining CWT4R co-host Ina, Michelle and Terry Boi. Carter joined the show in February informing listeners of the upcoming events that occurred last... more

Ladies are you ready to hear the truth about why men cheat? Is it because we are not taking care of business? Is the old statement true all men think with their little head? Join us tonight @ 7:30 and hear the truth from Bradley Moss father... more

There are documented stories told about the marches in Selma, Montgomery, and Washington DC. You have heard names of those who were a part of the struggle like Bayard Rustin, but what about Chicago Civil Rights Movement and... more

Join us as we welcome Author Sierra Kay as she discuss her eye opening hard hitting novel "From Behind The Curtain" . If you have or know someone who has dealt with being on welfare, one parent sick with cancer, another addicted to... more

This show is an opportunity for our young adults ages 13-25 to openly discuss drinking drugs sex peer pressure and growing up without parents.

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