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Everything with Kathy B, James Clingman,Cindy Moore, Sameer Siddeeq

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Source Nation!  Join us tonight for 3 amazing shows and 3 dynamic Guests.

At 6:15 Join us for Power Over Tomorrow with Tyrone Mitchell as he welcomes back Activist and Author Of Black Dollars Matter, James Clingman to discuss, IS 70 THE NEW 65?

At 7:15 join us for World News with Ami Smith as she welcomes Cindy Moore, Founder of Women In Touch Ministries into the studio to share how she is making a difference in the lives of women and children.

At 8:15, Join Host K. LaShea for The Great Griot as she welcomes Sameer Siddeeq into the studio to Pay Tribute & discuss the amazing Legacy that Dr. Frances Cress Welsing left behind and to also speak on the misconceptions and claims that have surfaced.

Sameer Siddeeq is a grassroots community spokesperson who has been involved in several grassroots movements and activities focused on the black community for over 14 years in the LA area particular known as South Central.  He is the co-founder of the Misplaced Books Peoples Library who's goal was to spark literacy and inform a black community about black history, social issues, and political perspectives from various black scholars that are unknown.  He also developed a Think Tank in effort of reaching out to all walks of life from the black community bringing them together to discuss and inform them about various issues that pertain to the success or demise of the black community.  This was a successful effort, eventually spawning education circles for people who lacked reading skills and those desiring to learn more in depth.  Study groups were formed to enlighten members of the community.  As a grassroots black spokesperson, Sameer has been involved in various black progressive organizations in LA dealing with issues from gang intervention, prison  industrial complex, police brutality, and even reparations.  

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