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CYberspace Sanctuary with Junious Ricardo Stanton . Junious Ricardo Stanton speaks with Jarrett L. Carter Sr. the founding editor of HBCU Digest who is a stuanch advocate for Historically Black Colleges and Universities. He is also the founder of HBCU Radio and The Center for HBCU Media Advocacy. Jarrett is a contributing writer for the Huffington Post and a frequent spokesperson for HBCUs on the MSNBC series about HBCUs and other media outlets. Jarrett shares how he got started, why he is so passionate about HBCUs and he discusses the recent HBCU Digest sponsored Media Summitt Countering the Crisis: Media Strategy and HBCU Survival which took place at Dillard University in New Orleans Louisianna Jlu 10-11, 2014 .
HBCU College Football is some of the best college football around. And, it is just a big in the Palmetto State of South Carolina. We want to broadcast that talent and that interest to the Benedict Tigers in a big way! We will feature Coach Woody live every Tuesday at 7pm. And, we will talk to other coaches and teams in the second hour of the show. Make sure to call in!!!
We have a lot to talk about on Wednesday night...
Join the teamof Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen has they prepare to interview Ms. Julie Nelson from the Government Alliance on Race and Equity on Wednesday's program.
The reason this interview becomes important is the planned upcoming event: The Government Alliance on Race and Equity on Tuesday, August 5 and Wednesday August 6 on the campus of the University of Minnesota. Find out more by visiting http://www.racialequityalliance.org/program-location-schedule-and-lodging/.
Don't miss this program as we also talk about the many issues faciing the minority community that go unspoken.
Franchise Capital Exchange (FCX) is the only event of its kind where franchisors present their business opportunities to potential investors in an effort to secure capital to fuel their future. Now in its 3rd year, Franchise Capital Exchange is THE venue for capital investors and franchise companies to meet, network and exchange information with the end goal of placing equity.
Join Deb Evans and Jack Monson as they talk to FCX Founder Susan Black-Beth (also COO Super Wash Franchise).
We discuss the major issues that impact HBCU leadership, finances and enrollment. How do you create lasting solutions for problems with varying cultural and social elements? Is it possible for all historically black colleges to achieve and grow, or will some have to close for everyone to get the big picture?
I feel it's important to bring to the forefront some of the great play from HBCU Colleges and football. I will feature Coach James Woody and other HBCU games. A lot of the NFL played at our HBCU schools. Jerry Rice, Emerson Martin, Michael Strahan, Walter Peyton
We talk with Prairie View A&M SGA President Priscilla Barbour about her successful campaign for the university to host a voting site, follow up with perspectives and outcomes from HBCU Week in Washington D.C., and finish with a look ahead to prominent presidential vacancies.
We discuss media framing of two major HBCU headlines in this coming week - Howard Homecoming and the closing arguments of the HBCU Equity Lawsuit in Maryland.
We'll chat with pro prospect Zach Pendleton about his time at Jackson State, the process of prepping for the pros and what he plans to do with his first check.
Come join me as we continue our preseason previews. This week we're going to cover the Grambling Tigers. To most people, when you say the name Grambling, you're speaking of one of the top HBCU programs in history. The Tigers have more NFL hall of famers than some FBS teams. And a great winning tradition. The last two years they hit rock bottom. Saddled with youth the Tigers have hit an all time low including a forfeit of a game. With a new coach and a renewed motivation the Tigers seek to reclaim thier crown. Can they do it? We'll take a look. Lots of facts with my own humble opinions sprinkled in.
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This week there was a woman who tweeted "A 4.0 at a HBCU is not equivalent to a 4.0 at a rigorous PWI. No shade being thrown, but that's the truth." Obviously alumnus of HBCUs have been bothered with this all week. It has sparked a debate that is somewhat perpetual.
Now one of the most persistant issues in the black community is perception of self worth. That is at the root of this debate. Is it assumed that HBCUs are inferior by the masses? But what about Morehouse, Spelman, Xavier, FAMU, Hampton, Norfolk State and others who are putting out stellar professionals annually? We'll dig into this subject today on #LFCRadio!
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