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Maureen "Moe" Forte' is N' The Know! Radio Personality and Queen of Talk Radio, Internet radio,television,Comcast Cable Producer and Print Media. A Double Elected Official in her town with her hands on the pulse of the Nation!

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My Guest is Evangelist Janice Tucker, is a layperson engaged in Christian Missionary Work. According to scripture, an Evangelist is someone who shares good tidings. According to the Bible, in Ephesians 4:11, Evangelists... more

My Guest Roger A. Agpawa is an American Mayor of Markham, Illinois, a small suburb of Chicago. He had served as fire chief in neighboring Country Club Hills, Illinois. Assumed office September 25, 2018 My Co-Host Student Minister... more

Let your light shine before others.- Matthew 5:16 The Joy of Easter ~ Guest: Roscoe Robinson. Roscoe Robinson, is a Servant of the Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ! Roscoe Robinson, is not a Pastor, but his words of Salvation and... more

"The best thing we can do is be a servant of God. It does good to stand up and serve others." Rev Fred L. Shuttlesworth, Mar 18, 1922 · Oct 05, 2011 My Specail Guest is Mrs. Ruby Shuttlesworth Bester, the second oldest daughter of... more

Gender is a Protected Class. The incarceration of women in the United States refers to the imprisonment of women in both prisons and jails in the United States. There are approximately 219,000 incarcerated women in the US according to a... more

Roughly 200,000 people enter and exit jails every week in the United States. Covid 19 could result in 100,000 deaths in jails and surrounding communities. (Vera Institute of Justice) My Co-Host, Bro. Lionel Muhammad, Co-founder... more

?If they don't give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.? –– Shirley Chisholm ? I've met many Women who continued to serve people in and around their communities! These Women are Not Clergy, Not Politicians, but... more

Kwanzaa Principle #7. Day of Meditation. Imani (ee-MAH-nee) Faith. "To believe, with all our heart, in our Creator, our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders, and the righteousness and victory of our struggle." The Seventh... more

Kuumba (koo-OOM-bah) is a Swahili word meaning "creativity," and it also is the term designating the sixth day of Kwanzaa when participants pledge to make their communities and homes better than they found them. They also promise to use... more

The fifth principle of the Nguzo Saba is Nia (Purpose), which is essentially a commitment to the collective vocation of building, developing and defending our community, its culture and history in order to regain our historical initiative and... more

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