Listen Up! host Farajii Muhammad speaks with Baltimore’s first national chess champion. Then, sports contributor Mykel Ramos has Rolling with Ramos, Father's Day style. For black music month, Muhammad talks to Abu the Flutemaker, about making instruments out of household instruments for forty years. And on the official What's Good in the Hood Street Report, Muhammad talks about the men of Ramadan.
A lot of times, we are trying to plan for not living long enough. Now, the biggest financial risk is living too long. This week on Wealthy Radio, Deborah Owens opens the show with a guest who will share solutions to managing your money with confidence. Then, author and lifestyle expert Gil Robertson discusses his new book, Book of Black Heroes: Political Leaders Past and Present.
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.
For the first Friday of the Month, host Farajii Muhammad is joined by the Ladies of Listen up. They discuss Mayor Pugh and Commissioner Kevin Davis’s call to action this week, in response to the ongoing violence in the city. They also discuss how you can get involved with national Veggie day next Friday. And, for Black Music Month, Muhammad features a Baltimore artist. At the end of the show, Muhammad has the What’s Good in the Hood Report.