Keep It Moving with Marsha Jews & Company

Mondays, 7-8 p.m.

Keep it Moving with Marsha Jews is a lively hour of interviews and commentary. It’s “hard-edged,” but not without a healthy dose of humor and education. This engaging forum is where listeners can amass information and listen to a passionate host who brings great conversation that surprises and educates a discerning audience. 

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This week on Keep It Moving, host Marsha Jews learns more about what local and national organizations are doing to focus the Black community on getting tested for HIV. Then, she meets Live Baltimore's new Director  — who isn't so new. And, Jews speaks with the local host committee of the International Diner en Blanc the global secret event coming to Baltimore.

 

Host Marsha Jews speaks with former President of the NAACP Ben Jealous and his amazing parents, who just celebrated their marriage. Then, Jews speaks with Jaquita Bess, about her upcoming "launch" Say It Loud and Juneteenth.

On Keep It Moving, host Marsha Jews and co-host Sharon Page sit down with Nicola Jackson And Alexis Coates.

Host Marsha Jews brings you a wonderful full show — filled with exciting news, healthcare basic survival information, technology, and the arts. Jews hosts the recently retired Honorable Helen L. Holton, who discusses her new national position. Rahama Wright shares her incredible international social entrepreneur program in Africa. Tyrone Obaseki discusses his incredible foster care experiences and how the program must change. Angela Singleton discusses Maryland Technology Development Corporation's upcoming ICE Awards.

In the first half of Keep It Moving, host Marsha Jews discusses the Associated Black Charities: the mission of the organization, as well as the activities and deep work they are doing to impact the leadership of this region, and how they face real facts about racism and workforce development. Jews is excited to host Towson University's new President Dr. Kim Schatzel, an honoree during the upcoming Associated Black Charities Gala.

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