OnPoint with Cynthia Hardy

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OnPoint! with Cynthia Hardy is heard weekly throughout South Carolina on the Big DM 101.3 fm. These are previously aired shows.

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What is the impact of rising unemployment on our communities? Please join us, our special guests live in the studio are Mr. JT McLawhorn, President-Columbia Urban League and Columbia Mayor, Mr. Steve Benjamin.

Dr. Henrie Monteith Treadwell, Senior Social Scientist joins us live in the studio.

What would the country's landscape look like if President Obama decided not to run again in 2012?

What would the country's landscape look like if President Obama decided not to run again in 2012?

During this segment OnPoint discusses the African-American street culture, and the responsibility of those who are affiliated with this much publicized brand of culture. Some of South Carolina best artists’ headline the show.

Nikky Finney is the author of three books of poetry, On Wings Made of Gauze, Rice, which won a PEN America Open Book Award, and The World is Round. She also the author of Heartwood, a collection of short stories, and is... more

This week OnPoint talks with young teen mothers on how they are handling young motherhood, and excelling in school in community. The young ladies of Orangeburg-Wilkinson high school in Orangeburg, SC talk with host Cynthia... more

This week OnPoint wonders how many of my listeners/viewers know FIRST HAND about bullies? Thousands of SC kids are living a MISERABLE existence at the hands of a bully. How do we help our kids STAND STRONG when... more

Would you believe that currently we are taking on debt at a quicker rate than income? What is it about 'us' that keeps us living outside of our means? Join OnPoint along with State Farm as we talk about how to protect yourself from... more

Cynthia asks 'Does it seem that whatever agenda advanced by President Obama gets NO support from members of the Republican Party?' Is partisan politics holding 'progress' hostage in America?

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