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26 Years Later: Reflections from Black men who attended the Million Man March

(WEAA)— Four Black men join Dr. Kaye to share their perspectives from attending the historic Million Man March that took place in Washington, D.C. in 1995.

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Baltimore Community Lending is a US Treasury certified nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution.

BCL provides loan capital to small real estate developers and small business owners in Baltimore City who have no relationship with or are unable to get a loan from a bank, and who are committed to developing underserved neighborhoods.

(WEAA)— Baltimore Community Lending, a community development financial institution is laughing a new program on WEAA radio.


(WEAA)— Al Hutchinson, President and CEO of Vist Baltimore, a marketing organization in Baltimore, joins Dr. Kaye to discuss a new initiative to promote diversity, equity and inclusion for visitors. 

(WEAA) — George Floyd would have turned 48 years old on October 14, 2021.

Dr. Yohuru Williams, founding director of the Racial Justice Initiative at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota joins Dr. Kaye for a conversation about social justice and equality, past and present.  

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It's the biggest Ebola song yet.

Just as stars like Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder came together in 1985 to sing "We Are the World" and raise money for Ethiopian famine relief, 12 acclaimed African musicians have united to marry music and message.

Before Major League Baseball's experimental Rule 7.13 debuted this year, when runners and catchers collided at home plate, one question lingered in the cloud of dust: Safe or out?

But catchers were racking up injuries, and MLB started asking another question: Are the crashes worth the risk?

Rule 7.13 bans most of those collisions. When it debuted this year, many baseball purists cried foul. But Hall of Fame catcher and Cincinnati Reds legend Johnny Bench loves the change.

When the East German government erected the Berlin Wall in 1961, it underestimated just how far some were willing to go to make it out of the communist country.

Being overweight hurts your earnings, and being an overweight woman is particularly tough on income. Back in 2004, a landmark study found that a 65-pound increase in a woman's weight is associated with a 9-percent drop in earnings. The authors of the study noted that, in terms of wages, the "obesity penalty" basically amounted to losing three years of experience in the workplace.

The Republican Party made historic gains during this week's midterm elections. Among their victories were three wins by black Republicans, who seem to be building momentum for diversifying the GOP ranks.

Mia Love — who is Mormon and Haitian-American — is one of those three, and Republicans in Utah's 4th District will be sending her to Congress next year.

"Many of the naysayers out there said that Utah would never elect a black, Republican, LDS woman to Congress," Love told a crowd on Tuesday. "And guess what? Not only did we do it, we were the first to do it!"


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