Check out this information crammed episode of The Radio Courtroom heard live on 900AM WURD.
My fellow activist (and attorney), Michael Coard gave me the opportunity to guest star for him and host while he handled some other critical matter.
The show was a tribute to the work of Dr. Edward W. Robinson, Jr., legendary attorney, historian, author, educator -- and now Ancestor.
For the first 30 minutes, Dana King and Dr. Greg Carr provide an excellent historical perspective of the ongoing work to infuse African studies into the curriculum for all students of the School District of Philadelphia.
In the second half of the show, Isaac Hamm stops by to talk about his work building "I Support Black Music Month Week" and the activities going on for the celebration.
Dr. Akosua Ali-Sabree, shares information regarding the 18th Annual International Locks Conference: Natural Hair, Holistic Health and Beauty Expo.
And finally, Deborah "Scottie" Scott, Communications Director for OIC of America gives us an update on the ongoing work of the organization founded by Rev. Leon H. Sullivan, Jr. and the upcoming 50th anniversary.
It's an empowering hour with great guests that I'm sure you'll enjoy. Let me know your thoughts!
NORM BOND is a global marketer, digital strategist, speaker and consultant who splits his time between Bangkok,Thailand and the U.S. He conducts workshops and social media training for entrepreneurs, small business, nonprofits and multinational corporations. He has a MS in Information Science and is an ex-IBM marketing rep.
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