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Everything w/Kathy B, TyroneS Mitchell, Jimmie Wright, Tyrone Hayes

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Source Nation!  Join us tonight for 3 dynamic shows.

At 6:15, our Resident Financial Advisor, Tyrone Mitchell is back in the studio to share more information on the different types of Markets.  Tune in as Tyrone discusses, The Equity Markets: How Investor Decisions Affect Stock Prices.(a place where you can get a lot of BULL if you can BEAR it). 

At 7:15 Join us as Ami Smith, Host of World News welcomes The President of Concerned Black Men of Columbia, S.C. Inc, (CBM) Jimmie Wright into the studio to share information about the Organization whose mission is to provide a holistic approach to service which supports and strengthens the African-American family, and which specifically targets African-American youth to establish a concerned male presence within the community with respect to positive role models and exposure to social, cultural, educational, spiritual, entrepreneurial events and activities that will provide a sense of linkage to the community.

At 8:15 Tyrone Hayes - Enviromental Advocate

Join us for The Great Griot as Host K.LaShea welcomes Scientist Tyrone Hayes in to the studio. Tyrone's laboratory discovered that Atrazine — the world's number one selling herbicide and most common contaminant of ground and surface water — is an endocrine disruptor that both chemically castrates and feminizes amphibians. This pesticide along with others appears to have a major impact on wild amphibians and is likely an important contributor to amphibian declines. More importantly, the underlying mechanism of Atrazine's action (the decrease in testosterone and increase in estrogen production) has been identified in all vertebrate classes examined (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, including humans) and likely increases the risk of breast cancer and prostate problems (prostatitis and prostate cancer) in rodent models and humans.

 

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