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

Wealthy Radio, May 2

May 3, 2017
Wealthy Radio host Deborah Owens.
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Many of you are hearing that the job market is booming, and yet you still haven’t found your next opportunity. Tonight, Wealthy Radio host Deborah Owens focuses on getting you noticed, so you can get hired. It is all about investing in you, and what you need to do to thrive in this dynamic economy. 

Keep It Moving host Marsha Jews speaks wtih Jan Desper Peters, Executive Director of the Black Mental Health Alliance for Education & Consultation;  trainer and consultant Mr. Richard A. Rowe; and Cheryl Maxwell, founder of the Carolyn Anne Foundation Inc.

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Listen Up! host Farajii Muhammad speaks with Dedrick Muhammad of the Racial Wealth Divide Initiative about taxes, now that tax season is over. Then, in the new Producer’s Pick segment, a discussion about the Shea Moisture commercial, Rachel Dolezal, and more. And on the What’s Good in the Hood Street Report, Muhammad checks in with the Black Vegetarian Society of Maryland. 

Host Changa Bell speaks with Dr. Kenneth Redcross, a doctor who is bringing back old school house-calls, and making a mark in his community and the community at large. Dr. Redcross shares his core values as a doctor, as well as how to build immunity to combat allergy season! In the second half of the show, Apostle Harold Williams joins Bell and Dr. Redcross. Apostle Williams gives a behind the scenes look into the pulpit. He’ll be open and frank about the pitfalls and the beauty of being a minister and will talk about his book.

Host Marsha Jews speaks with Annette Fisher of the Maryland Aviation Administration; Sharon Page, CEO of Synergy Energy Communications and Founder of Brown Girl Village; hip-hop artist Freeway; and Andrea Garris Jackson, co-founder for the MD Military & Veteran Women Business Conference.