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 host Deborah Owens.
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Wealthy Radio host Deborah Owens discusses business in the first half of the show with Cameka Smith, founder and CEO of the BOSS network. Black women are the fastest growing segment of entrepreneurs, growing more than 300% since 1997. Owens learns about Cameka’s entrepreneurship journey and the resources her network provides for African American women in business.

Keep It Moving host Marsha Jews interviews dancer Misty Copeland; businesswoman and entrepreneur Shari Sharifi Brown; and Debra Hood, Chair for 2017 Spirit of Woman Conference.

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This week on Listen Up! host Farajii Muhammad begins the show covering how Native Americans gathered during this month's Women's March. Then, more on Women's History Month in the new segment For Us By Us with Nerra Muhammad. Then a discussion about the Baltimore Education Deficit and how it will effect the children of Baltimore. And finally, the What's Good in the Hood Street Report.

This week on the RelationSHIFT Experience, host Changa Bell discusses Baltipreneurship — the perseverance it takes to be an entrepreneur, and specifically what that means in our beloved Baltimore City. 

Bell speaks with Torin Ellis, A Human Capital Strategist, talent recruiting specialist, mentor, reality TV star, and dad; Nikita Robinson, founder and operator of Semak Massage Therapy; Deana Jefferson Yates, founder and full-time operator of Trevino Paint; and actress Ellana Barksdale, calling in from Los Angeles, California.

 

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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