What's On Today - Saturday
- 5:30 am: New Beginnings with Freddie Bell
- 6:00 am: Gospel Selections
- 8:00 am: Senior Perspectives with Brother Milford
- 9:00 am: African American Roots Connections- Charles Dennis
- 10:00 am: Tropical Vibration-Bongo Jerri and Adonna Swift
- 12:00 pm: Classic Hip-Hop-DJ Divine
- 2:00 pm: Weekend Groove- Bakeshow Baker
- 6:00 pm: Throwback Theory with Zannie K
- 8:00 pm: Throwback Throwdown- Smoke Dee
- 10:00 pm: The Twilight Zone- Brother Jules
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It isn’t a secret that African Americans continue to chart high rates of chronic diseases.
According the to CDC, heart disease and cancer are among the leading causes of death in the Black community, while obesity and hypertension follow suit with a severe impact on overall quality of life. There are many schools of thought on how to combat this dilemma. And now the National Institutes of Health
According to the New York Times, Joe Biden’s campaign announced a $280 million fall advertising blitz on Wednesday (Aug 5), outlining plans for $220 million in television and $60 million in digital ads across 15 states in the lead-up to the November election.
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In an era of “fake news” Facebook is on the hunt for fake accounts that could influence the upcoming November elections.
According to NBC News, the social media platform removed hundreds of accounts on Thursday from a foreign troll farm posing as Black people supporting Donald Trump. The troll farm also posed as supporters of QAnon — a far-right conspiracy theory describing a supposed secret plot by an alleged “deep state” against Trump and his supporters.
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Filmmaker Nia DaCosta will make history by becoming the first Black woman to direct a major Marvel movie.
According to Variety, DaCosta has been confirmed as the director for “Captain Marvel 2” for Marvel Studios. She will replace Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, who directed the original 2019 “Captain
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Protesters are calling for justice after a North Carolina man died days after being apprehended by jail guards while yelling “I can’t breathe.”
According to WFMY News2, video footage was made public that shows what occurred before John Neville’s
‘Vanity Fair’ named Ta-Nehisi Coates as guest editor of their upcoming September issue. The best selling author will explore various aspects of the 21 century through the contributions of some of the most esteemed influencers in the industry. If you’re familiar with his work, then you know this particular release will be one for the ages.
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