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MSU students prepare for homecoming concert, week of festivities

As the Morgan State community prepares for the first in-person homecoming in two years, the campus is filled with excitement for the events ahead. The biggest event of the week for students, the annual homecoming concert, will take place this Wednesday at 8 p.m in the Talmadge L. Hill Field House. This will be students’ first homecoming concert post COVID-19 lockdown. Artists that have previously performed for the Bears have reached extreme heights in mainstream music like Cardi B and Megan...

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Oct. 16 marked the 26th anniversary of the historic Million Man March in Washington, D.C. led by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. 


Ertha Harris, co-chair of the D.C. Local Organizing Committee for the 1995 march joins Two Way Talk to reflect on the momentous day and to share details on her illuminating documentary, Men of the March: Before, During & After.

(WEAA)— Ralph E Moore Jr, community advocate and columnist for the AFRO newspaper joins Two Way Talk to discuss his new column, The Moore Report, the history of the media platform and its impact on Black Americans. 

(WEAA)—Every Friday, Two Way Talk holds a media roundtable covering the latest top stories in local and national news.

This week’s guests include: Hassan Giordano, political strategist and owner of DMVDaily Media and Gary Collins, a republican activist and advocate. 

Morgan News Hour: 10-15-2021

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Colin Powell became a household name because of the four stars on his Army uniform and his iconic statements about Iraq.

In the first Iraq war in 1991, he famously described what the U.S. would do to the Iraqi army that had invaded neighboring Kuwait: "We're going to cut it off, and then we're going to kill it."

Such chilling bravado — and the subsequent victory over Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein — made him one of the most formidable and admired public figures.

Updated October 18, 2021 at 5:53 PM ET

Former President Donald Trump is suing the Democratic-led House select committee that's investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, as well as the National Archives, to try to stop documents related to the riot from being turned over to the panel.

Updated October 18, 2021 at 5:02 PM ET

Colin Powell has died at the age of 84 from COVID-19 complications, according to his family. He had also been treated in recent years for multiple myeloma, a blood cancer, and had Parkinson's disease.

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of police officers in two cases involving qualified immunity, the controversial legal doctrine that protects police officers accused of misconduct.

The two cases concerned police officers accused of using excessive force when responding to domestic disturbances. In one, officers used bean bag rounds and a knee on the suspect's back to subdue him; in the second, officers shot and killed the suspect after he approached them while raising a hammer.

The murder trial has started for Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael and William "Roddie" Bryan, the three men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery as he was out for a jog.

It comes more than a year and a half after Arbery, who was Black, was gunned down on a residential street in southeastern Georgia. The three men charged in his murder are white.

Video of the killing sparked national outrage and helped spur a wave of protests for racial justice in the summer of 2020.

Let's go deep on Yola's 'Stand For Yourself'

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If Yola's debut album, Walk Through Fire, was about surviving the struggle and overcoming the odds, then her new album, Stand For Myself, is about not being afraid to burn it all down, taking names along the way.

ESPN college basketball and football reporter Allison Williams has joined a small minority of workers who have quit or been fired from their jobs over a vaccine mandate.

"I have been denied my request for accommodation by ESPN and the Walt Disney Company, and effective next week, I will be separated from the company," she said in a video posted to Instagram on Friday.

Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction. It certainly was in Spain last week.

During an event to award the country's prestigious Planeta literary prize, the famed but reclusive crime novelist Carmen Mola was actually revealed to be the creation of three male writers.

Antonio Mercero, Agustín Martínez and Jorge Díaz not only created a series of highly successful novels in Mora's name, but also invented the author herself.

Sinclair Broadcast Group, which operates dozens of TV stations across the U.S., said Monday that some of its servers and work stations were encrypted with ransomware and that some of its data was stolen from the company's network.

The company said it started investigating the potential security incident on Saturday and on Sunday it and found that certain office and operational networks were disrupted.

The Republican Party has tackled countless controversies since its birth in the 1850s, but it is hard to find a precedent for the posture it finds itself in today.

Most of what Republicans espouse as a unified minority in Congress comes straight from the party's identical platforms for 2016 and 2020.

But a glaring new feature has been added to the party's agenda at the insistence of former President Donald Trump. Its adoption among Republican candidates and officeholders bespeaks his undiminished grip on the GOP's most passionate voters.


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Start your Sunday morning on the right note with Gospel Grace at Day Break with host Ernestine Jones. Hear the best in gospel music every Sunday starting at 5 am.
Keep your Sunday inspiration going with Gospel Grace Sunday Brunch with Jamal McCollum. The show airs every Sunday from 10 am- 1 pm.
The flagship show of WEAA’s gospel programming, Gospel Grace Afternoon airs Sundays from 1-5 p.m. and is hosted by Joi Thomas.