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This weeks program pays tribute to and honors the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act,Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife Coretta. Along with Malcolm and Betty Shabazz.Musically, Micheal Jackson is remembered for his contributions to charities and organizations, demonstrating his acts of kindness and willingness to help uplift people in need.Aaron Sherrod expresses himself with a poem titled "I Am a Dreamer" followed by Madrid Smith and his comparison and Definition segment on the words Dream and Memory.
Today Uncle Bob from Laff Mobb joins the radio team and shares his experience from Seton Hall University and updates us on his current activities as a television producer.The team presents more Womens History information starting with Jasala Armour with her segment of Curtains featuring Mary J Blige and her work behind the stage.Followed by Madrid Smith who features Dorothy Height.Naji Dwyer gives updates on the NCAA and Perry Williams presents two Definitions on the words Influence and Legacy.
We continue this weeks program highlighting more Black Women in History starting with our segment of Curtains featuring Erykah Badu by Perry Williams.For sports this week Naji Dywer presents Wilma Rudolph and defines Open and Close.Jasala Armour tells us about the life of Zora Neale Hurston and defines three words Who,You,and Are.Aaron Sherrod gives us an original poem titled Inhaling the smoke from Reality T.V.Followed by Madrid Smith who not only captures the work of Madame CJ Walker but defines Enterpreneur.
Madrid Smith reviews the 2014 State of the Union address and tells us about the differences between national and local elections.He also produces a Black History poem about color.Naji Dwyer brings us his Athlete of the Week segment on Authur Ashe and gives us his predictions of who he says will win.Finally Aaeon Sherrod presents poetry corner with a original poem titled Ten Seconds.
Today we were honored to have our special guest Antoninette Montague jazz and blues singer from Brick City.She Speaks about thinking outside of the box and breaking barriers in her musical experiences.As always she is complemented by our student host Aaron Sherrod,Naji Dwyer,Perry Williams,Jasala Armour,and Maldrid Smith.This week in sports Lisa Lesley.For our curtain segment Jill Scott.Diamond for the day feature the history of the Freedom Riders who challenged the intergrated transportation laws of our country during 1960.Finally the definitions of the day features two words anger and complain.
Today Antoinette Montague teaches us the ends and outs of Black Women in Jazz, as she prepares to go on stage.We get a feeling of what inspires her to be a jazz singer who has made a way for herself in a very competitive field and industry.She shares insights of being a band leader and vocalist like none other.
Today we have Kathleen Badillo the director of admissions along with alumuni from Immaculate Conception high school in Montclair New Jersey giving their stories of the great memories and life changing experiences that they have had to help bring attention to their efforts to bring in your support..The school has a 89 year history and is now raising funds to keep their doors open.To show your support log onto gofundme.com/keep-ic-open.
Today we feature Grier Gray a women who has written over three hundred poems and is taking the next steps into making it her career.This is a special program that will highlight her writing style and explain her written expression and how it all started.She discusses her inspiration and motivations that help to make her brand of poetry.
Honorable Ras J. Baraka joins the radio team to express how his hard work allowed him to climb to the cities highest office as Mayor of New Jersey's largest city.Moderated by Madrid Smith along with our regular student hosts.Naji Dywer provides us with his on and off the court Athlete of the week Oscar Robinson.Perry Williams provides his Definition of weakness and greatness.Finally concluded with ACT-SO participants who are geared up for their national competition in Los Vegas.This weeks program is one for the history books for Quest Community Vibration.
Dr.A Gabriel Esteban the 20th President of Seton Hall University joins Quest Youth Radio today and shares his personal insights on striving for your goals by taking ownership and using your initiative to focus.The interview is communtated by student host Madrid Smith resent governer award recipient.Naji Dywer presents the Athlete of the Week along with up and coming sports events.Perry Williams presents the segment of Curtains featuring Big Sean.Finally Aaron Sherrod gives his historical timeline with news.
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