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: Urban Health Beat with Marilyn Harris-Davis

Friday: Listen Up! with Farajii Muhammad

Host Marsha Jews speaks with Reverend Patrick D. Clayborn; Camille Yarborough, a writer, actress, dancer, and singer; and Catonya, the Vice President of the Priceless Gown Project.

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Host Farajii Muhammad begins the show discussing the latest developments in the HBCU Matters Initiative. Muhammad talks with Ramsey Harris of PNC Bank about PNC Banks' Community Conversation: Embracing the Entrepreneur in You. Nerra Muhammad, one of the Ladies of Listen Up!, introduces her new segment: For Women, By Women. Hollywood Dani has the latest on entertainment news: Chance the Rapper, Get Out the movie, and more. And at the end of the show, Muhammad has the What's Good in the Hood Street Report.

This week on the RelationSHIFT Experience, host Changa Bell goes into the depths of a subject that we often only discuss (if at all) in the privacy of our homes, and amongst our trusted friends — the subject of race. Martin Friedman and Michael Scott of the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond join Changa Bell  in the studio to discuss whiteness, and what it means to be white. 

 

Wealthy Radio host Deborah Owens.
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Believe it or not, tax day is quickly approaching. What happens when you owe the IRS and don’t have enough money to pay them? In the first segment of Wealthy Radio, host Deborah Owens speaks with tax attorney Beverly Winstead, who gives us tips for making our payments manageable.

Marsha Jews launches Keep It Moving with Marsha Jews & Company.  You know how the dinner conversations are easy breezy, comfortable, no stress or pressure. In Marsha's new format, she will periodically include dear friends or subject matter experts to sit in the studio and co-host while discussing important or timely topics. 

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