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National International Roundtable

National & International Roundtable

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The National and International Roundtable features compelling guests that enlightens, informs, empowers, and educates listeners around the globe. The show is hosted by Arif Khatib, Founder and President Multi-Ethnic Sports Hall of Fame (MESHOF)Entrepreneur, Business, Education, Political, Entertainment & Community Consultant and Municipal Court Judge Fad Wilson Jr., who has been practicing law for more than 40 years in the state of Texas.

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Denice and Sherry discuss a variety of topics with special guest, Educator, Speaker, Author J. Dwayne Garnett. J. Dwayne Garnett is a Speaker, Educator, Author, and Love Advocate. He is a native of Augusta, Georgia. He is a graduate of Benedict College with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Therapeutic Recreation and minors in Community Recreation and Music Education. Among his list of educational credentials, he also has a Master of Arts Degree in Health Services Administration from Webster University. As a youth, Garnett developed an affinity with words. This entanglement of attraction grew from a mere infatuation to an obsession, spawning an incubator of protection, interest, and tranquility from a world of crime, violence, drugs, and sex. He believes words are phenomenal; with music they become song; with rhythm they become poetry; collectively or individually they make statements that portray, provoke, and induce life. Most importantly, he believes that words are an outlet and the canvas of positive creative expression. He experienced a life inundated with negative stereotypes and unconstructive growth, thus he sought out a means to channel the pessimism he incurred. He found this outlet performing with Creative Impressions, a performance group of distinction. There, at the age of 14 he became a motivational speaker and poet as well as a singer, dancer, and actor. He believes his entire experience was subscripted with words and largely saved his life! Now, he is ready to share the power of words to save others who have been plagued with negativity, looseness, and cancellations of dreams, hope and/or life.
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Guests: Sistas on the Links Golf Champions Janet Johnson Economic Development Administrator for the City of Richmond City Manager's Office Janet is an avid golfer who is the President and founder of Sistas on the Links... more

Holly Joshi is an Oakland native who has been committed to the issue of commercial sexual exploitation for over a decade. As the supervisor of the Oakland Police Department's Child Exploitation Unit, she crafted victim centered... more

Edward "Eddie" Hart is an American former track and field sprinter, winner of the gold medal in 4 × 100 m relay race at the 1972 Summer Olympics. Eddie Hart won the NCAA championships in 100 yd in 1970 as a University... more

A rebroadcast with featured guest Dawn Ackerman

Exploring PRIDE WEEK... Dawn Ackerman is the President and Co-Founder of OutSmart Office Solutions a national office design, furniture and supplies company. With offices in San Francisco, Portland & Seattle, OutSmart Office is... more

Craig O'Neill graduated from Little Rock's Central High School in 1968 and from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro in 1972. His career as a deejay began in 1969. A self-confessed sports nut, he became the host of ESPN2 Outdoors in... more

Yuko Mabuchi started playing classical piano at age of 4 in Fukui, Japan. As a teenager, she was fascinated by American R&B, Hip-Hop and Blues and after hearing the music of Oscar Peterson and Herbie Hancock she fell in love with... more

Denice and Sherry welcomes Mia Vazquez-Scales back to the show. We will also be joined by Gospel Music artist/ producer Montel Dorsey. Dorsey, a songwriter, musician, producer, choir director and Pastor, obtained his first opportunity on a... more

In 1943, at the young age of 12, Brad Pye, Jr. paid a friend who transported cars to California $5.00 for a ride from his home in Plain Dealing, Louisiana to Los Angeles. Once in LA, Pye continued his education, completing both junior high... more

Tjuana C. Byrd, is a graduate of Lonoke High School. She received a degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, and a Juris Doctorate degree from the UALR School of Law in 1996. She began her legal... more

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