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Join hosts John Alexander and Naimah Latif as they talk with educators, activists, religious leaders, entrepreneurs, entertainers & elected officials who are making a positive difference in the world. Listen Sundays from 5:00pm to 5:30pm Central Standard Time.

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Food growers, fruit pickers, farmers, land owners, the whole business of feeding people is not as complicated as it has been made to be, say some who have chosen to merely dig up some dirt, plant some seeds, and enjoy what Mother Nature provides us all for absolutely free. Can the cost of food growing be eliminated? Local farmers discuss the politics behind eating from the earth.
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The lauching of ON AIR Network has giving a voice to many who use the Internet to spread information. Today we highlight some of the voices that are gaining notoriety around the world.

Followers of various religions share their views of the book "Jesus: My Autobiography" said to be "channeled" to Tina Louise Spalding. The book, if widely circulated among adherents to the Christian faith, could revolutionize... more

Chicago artists discuss the importance of social consciousness in creating lyrics and reaching the youth. They talk about the process of developing the message and the cultural impact of hip hop artists on the world community.

This discussion of poverty in America examines the current thrust for economic justice with the Occupy Wallstreet movement and involvement of today's youth in the fight for fairness. PUSH Excel Oratorical Contest winner Calvin Saunders... more

Rev. Jesse Jackson talks about the plight of homelessness as he prepares to spend the night in Pacific Garden Missions, a homeless shelter near downtown Chicago. He intends to sensitize city and federal officials about the need to... more

PUSH Excel National Youth Director Jason Robinson talks about this year's Historically Black College and Universities Tour with hosts Naimah Latif and John Alexander. Students from throughout Chicago and across the USA have... more

This is a discussion with men and women who have overcome the obstacles of having a prison record and have gone on to succeed in life. Issues such as alcohol and drug abuse, lack of education, and low self esteem are discussed... more

This is a continuation of a discussion on the dos and don'ts of raising boys to manhood. Some of the issues to be addressed include points for single mothers:1) When and how should mothers introduce new boyfriends to their... more

This is a continuation of a discussion on the dos and don'ts of raising boys to manhood. Some of the issues to be addressed include points for single mothers:1) When and how should mothers introduce new boyfriends to their... more

Men discuss the challenges of overcoming a prison record in order to find employment and regain the trust and respect of their families and communities. They discuss their triumphs over adversities such as homelessness, illness and... more
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