The Ron and Don Show

The Ron and Don Show


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The Ron and Don Show features co-hosts Don Allen, the editor-in-chief of the Independent Business News Network and Mr. Ronald A. Edwards, host of Black Focus and the author of The Minneapolis Story. Join us every Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. (CST) as we examine situations in the Black community with the attempt to create fair and balanced public discourse. Both Edwards and Allen have a long history of investigative reporting. Our goal is to provide listeners with the information they don't get in the local and national mainstream media.

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Join Mr. Ronald A. Edwards as he discusses a series of current events local, nationally and on a global scale.

For the month of January, Mr. Edwards will be doing the show. Mr. Allen is on a leave of absence finishing some important research and doing some presentations for his academic adventure.

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Merry Christmas to you and yours. Ron and Don will take a break and be back next week.

There is a white male, maybe more than one abducting little black girls in Minneapolis. Co-host Ronald A. Edwards called the Minneapolis Public Schools and asked why an ?AMBER ALERT? or ?ROTO-CALL? was not done. School... more

Recently I asked the Minneapolis Urban League president Scott Gray how will he manage a 13th grade program in Minneapolis when the MUL's elemetary school was shut down and the high school ran by the MUL is on academic... more

Only a handful of Minneapolis NAACP members received notice about an upcoming election scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 7. This election was to elect a new president and executive board. Join the team of Ronald A. Edwards... more

Join Ronald A. Edwards as he breaks down what happened in Ferguson, MO. Don Allen is on assignment this week and will return next week.

Take your medication and make sure refills are available at your local drug store. Summit Academy OIC's Louis King, a decorated Army veteran, advocate for education in the black community and businessman will be our special guest... more

In October 2014, a proposal was submitted to governor Mark Dayton from members of the Twin Cities black community. The $26 million dollar proposal is said to be supported by Senator Bobby Joe Champion Senator, Jeffrey Hayden... more
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