The first hour we spoke about wellness and how to attain it in our community. The second hour we talked with Chancellor Nasser Paydar from IUPUI about the need and importance of higher education.

We begun the show today talking to Bob Kern about National Politics. In the second hour we talked about criminal justice system reform in Marion County.

We began today’s show addressing Autism. Children with Autism are different, but not deficient. If your child has Autism, there is hope and help, for you, your child and your family. In the second hour we had open lines, and discussed gun violence, accident with guns and charging/sentencing.

We talked with Pastor Jeffery Johnson of Eastern Star Church and the leadership of the Heartland Church regarding Convoy Of Hope. On Saturday June, 25th at 10AM at the Indiana State Fairground, McDonald’s, The Radio One Family, and churches across the community, will give people a day off from poverty, by providing free food, free […]

We began today talking politics. We discussed District 1’s town hall meeting hosted by Councilor Leroy Robinson last night and we previewed the Mayor’s State of the City Address (To be delivered tonight). We also spoke with Pastor Kim Outlaw about her Women’s Conference this Friday and Saturday featuring Kelly Price and Pastor Kim Burrell. […]

When Prince died, he did not leave a will. As a result, we decided to talk about why its important to have a will, and to make an end of life plan. Today in studio we had Betty Beverly and Clifford Johnson of the CJI Agency, Rayford Crenshaw of Crenshaw Rinehart and Associates, and Matthew […]

Today we spoke with Bishop Steven Thompson and Charles McMillian from Indy’s Concerned Citizens for Transparency, regarding the transition as we have changed to a new administration in local government. The conversation was vibrant and vital to keeping relationships between community and government strong and productive. In our second hour, we spoke with Arnetta Scruggs […]

Today we spent the first hour discussing Environmental Justice and how to reclaim our systems with the N.A.A.C.P. We had Jacquelyn Patterson (National Director of Environmental and Climate Justice) and Denise Abdul-Rahman (State¬†Director of Environmental and Climate Justice) lead our discussion. Next we spoke with Jeniece Flemming about C.L.D.’s 2016 scholars. 36 Student who received […]

We touched on 2 of my passions today: Prayer and Politics. May 5th, 2016 is the National Day of Prayer. The themed scripture for today is, Isaiah 58:1a:”Shout it aloud, don’t hold back. Raise your voice like a trumpet.” We opened and closed our show doing just that. We also spent an exciting hour with […]

Today we did our analysis of the results of the May 3rd Indiana Primary. Deon Levingston, GM of Radio One Indy, joined me live in studio to get the conversation rolling. We also discussed the Children’s Museum’s 1st Thursday of the Month Program. Every First Thursday of the month from 4-8PM the museum is free […]

Primary Day!!! Today we discussed voter’s experience at the polls. Then we had Ebony Chappel and Victoria Davis from the Indianapolis Recorder to give us the young, urban, female perspective on the election. Finally, Congressman Andre Carson stopped by to share his perspective on Indiana Politics.

Today we shared with the 100 Black Men regarding their Summer Academy. ¬†It is a wonderful opportunity for children to maintain their academic status while having fun and being in a safe environment. Next we spoke with Jim Shella from WISH TV regarding the Indiana primary and had a substantive conversation regarding all the Presidential […]