The Kai Dupe Show

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Kai Dupé is a personal development coach to African American males. He is an advocate for the success and development of Black men.

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Hip-hop rapper Lak Henderson returns to discuss his impact on education via his skills as a hip hop artist. The last time he was here he had just released his groundbreaking disc "Lesson One" which I still rock on a regular basis. My favorite track "Invent" was even the theme song of the show for a minute. The brother has been busy he has dropped a new cd and stops by to give us all of the happenings in smart music.
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We continue our conversation with the brilliant Jared Arms. On his last visit we dicussed his introduction to computers and what led to the creaton of Kylar. This time around we are going to get more into the language he created Kylar... more

In July 2013, 23 year-old Jared Arms launched the revolutionary Kylar App. In less than one year, Kylar boast more than 390,000 users worldwide. What is it? How did he build it? What led to the creation of such a popular social media... more

Jacquelyn Thomas is the Founder and Executive Director of Kids-N-Technology. Since 2002, Kids-N-Technology has worked to inspire students to improve their performance in Science, Engineering, Technology, and Math (STEM). KNT... more

Will Moss is President & CEO of HBCU CONNECT, LLC and has been in this position since founding in June of 1999. HBCU CONNECT, LLC owns and operates the largest Historically Black College &... more

Is there a better way to start the new year than to discuss how we can become fiscally fit? I don't think so. Stop by on Monday as we chat with Mr. James C. Molet. Mr. Molet is a frequent contibrutor to HealthBlackMen and holds a MBA... more

Join me on Tuesday Night @ 5:30 PM CST as I talk with educator and author Frederick Williams. His new book is entitled Fires of Greenwood, is a novel based on the Tulsa Riot of 1921. For those of you who are unaware, the Tulsa Riot... more

This week Kai talks with Keith C. Holmes author of Black Inventors: Crafting Over 200 Years of Success. Kai met Mr. Holmes at The 43rd Annual Legislative Conference of the Congressional Black Caucus this year and invited him on the... more

Greg Greenlee is the Founder of the Blacks In Technology organization. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Greg has over 12+ years of technology experience as a Systems and Network Engineer. Greg has obtained several industry standard... more

Minority Tech: Journaling Through Blackness & Technology is the new book from technology translator Anjuan Simmons. Anjuan is a technologist with a successful track record of delivering technology solutions from the user interface to the... more

Mateen and I are back fresh from our visit to the nation's capitol to participate in the 43rd Annual Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference. Mateen was a featured author at The Author's Pavilion for his new book Inner... more
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