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Everything w/Kathy B, Tyrone Mitchell, Destine Hicks, Agyei Tyehimba

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Source Nation!  Join us for our Wednesday night segment.

6 Join us for Power Over Tomorrow with our Resident Financial Advisor Tyrone S Mitchell as he continues his series titled HOW TO BE R.I.C.H-Part 3. Tune in as Tyrone shares Understanding The Hidden CONTROL.

7 Join us for The Political Corner with Host Destine Hicks as she brings you the latest news on trending political topics.

8:15 Join us for The Pendulum with Dr. Samori Swygert as he welcomes Agyei Tyehimba into the studio to discuss the goals and aims of the Harlem Liberation School, reparations, and what 21st century holds for Black America.

Agyei Tyehimba is an educator, activist and author from Harlem, N.Y. Agyei is a former NYC public schoolteacher, co-founder of KAPPA Middle School 215 in the Bronx, NY, and co-author of the Essence Bestselling book, Game Over: The Rise and Transformation of a Harlem Hustler, published in 2007 by Simon & Schuster. In 2013, he wrote The Blueprint: A BSU Handbook, teaching Black student activists how to organize and lead. In April of 2014, he released Truth for our Youth: A Self-Empowerment Book for Teens. In 2015, he wrote My Two Cents: Unsolicited Writings on Race, Politics, and Culture. Agyei has appeared on C-Span, NY1 News, and most recently on the A&E documentary, “The Mayor of Harlem: Alberto ‘Alpo’ Martinez.” Currently, Agyei is a member of theBlack Power Cypher, five Black Nationalist men with organizing backgrounds, who host a monthly internet show addressing issues and proposing solutions. He runs his own business publishing books, public speaking, and teaching Black people how to organize and fight for empowerment. He is the founder and coordinator ofHarlem Liberation School.

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