7pm Public Affairs

Weekdays at 7pm on WEAA, public affairs programming is as follows:

Monday: Keep It Moving with Marsha Jews

Tuesday: Wealthy Radio with Deborah Owens 

Wednesday: The RelationSHIFT Experience with Changa Bell

Friday: Listen Up! with Farajii Muhammad

Host Changa Bell begins this week’s show speaking with two nationally acclaimed authorities in the health and medical field. Dr. Felicia Stoler is a registered dietitian nutritionist, author of Living Skinny in Fat Genes, and host of TLC's Honey We're Killing The Kids. Chef AJ is the host of the television series Healthy Living, which airs on Foody TV. 

Wealthy Radio host Deborah Owens.
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Are you scrambling to finish your taxes before the end of the week? Wealthy Radio host Deborah Owens begins the show speaking with Rudolph Isaacs, one of the top CPAs in Baltimore. 

In the second half of the show, Owens is joined by Dr. Maya Rockeymoore, Founder, President and CEO of Global Policy Solutions LLC, and the Center for Global Policy Solutions. Rockeymoore talks about the upcoming Future of Wealth Summit.

Host Marsha Jews speaks with David Miller, vice President of Marketing and Development with the Council on Legal Education Opportunity; Leigh R. Allen II, an organizational strategist; Susan Smallwood, owner of Grandiosity Events a boutique agency in the Washington. DC area; and Vice Admiral Lou CrenshawFounder and President of Crenshaw Consulting Associates LLC.

Listen Up! April 7

Apr 10, 2017
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The Ladies of Listen Up! are on the air for the first Friday of the month. They speak with Black Womyn Rising, one of Baltimore's radical intergenerational groups. And, Mykel Ramos has Rolling with Ramos.

For National Public Health Week, host Changa Bell has Reverend Doctor Phillip Valentine-El on the RelationSHIFT Experience. Dr. Valentine is best known for his ability to decipher and teach the subtlest principles of metaphysics and its application to health, healing, and everyday life, in ways that may be understood by both the advanced student and the beginner-apprentice. Bell also speaks with Taharqua Kambu, an entrepreneur, african drummer, and the founder of the Harambe Rites of Passage for young men.

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