Rep. Cherrish Pryor

                    The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST For Thursday, October 1, 2015. (Interview With Indiana Black Legislators On Bill Crawford’s Life Starts At 3:29 Mark On PODCAST Media Player). Bill Crawford not only had HIS Family, he also had his LEGISLATIVE Family.  In a poignant, emotional but […]

 The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST For Thursday, August 20, 2015. (Interview With Bethel AME Church On Is The Church In Peril Starts At 54:28 Mark On PODCAST Media Player). Is Indiana’s Oldest Black Church is danger; in peril?  Bethel AME Church is the oldest African-American church in the city.  Nearly as old as the city […]

The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST for Friday, May 15, 2015 Since April, Afternoons with Amos has provided an opportunity to Black State Senators and Representatives to appear on the third Friday of the month to hear from the community and to share what they and other African-American lawmakers are doing. Senator Greg Taylor and Representative […]

There’s still a bunch of major issues that could impact Indianapolis’ African-American community brewing in the final weeks of the Indiana Legislature’s session.  On Afternoons with Amos weekly update from Black legislators, State Representatives Cherrish Pryor and Vanessa Summers updated the community on several key issues. One critical issue, the location of small Small Claims […]

In the midst of battling a Republican legislative supermajority that one African-American legislator describes as “mean spirited”,  members and leadership of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus (IBLC), the African-American State Senators and State Representatives appeared on a special edition of Afternoons with Amos to explain to the community what issues they’re been fighting for and […]

In a MAJOR victory for consumers, the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission unanimously voted down the plan by the City of Indianapolis to have customers of Indianapolis Power and Light (IPL) subsidize the construction of electric car charging stations for a private company to run an electric car rental service.  Appearing on Afternoons with Amos, two […]

Eleven years ago, in February 2004, AM1310 The Light’s Afternoons with Amos did something no Indiana radio station or program had ever done.  Originate live broadcasts from outside the Indiana Legislature Chambers in the Indiana State House.  The goal of the broadcast was to use modern radio technology to bring the sounds, issues and people […]

For 43 years first on FM and then on AM and FM, WTLC has broadcast live from Indiana Black Expo and made news and controversy as WTLC personalities and hosts interviewed elected officials and community leaders at Expo time about key issues facing Indianapolis’ African-American community.  This year’s 43rd Indiana Black Expo was no exception. […]