Two Way Talk

Monday-Friday 4 PM-6 PM

Two Way Talk hosted by Anthony McCarthy and Cara Williams will bring the best guests, interesting topics and calls from listeners about the hot topics.

(WEAA)—Domestic violence, also known as "domestic abuse”, is defined as violent or aggressive behavior within the home, typically involving a spouse or partner.

Abuse is physical, sexual, emotional, economic or psychological actions or threats of actions that influence another person.

Lenora Yancey, author of Broken Wings joins Two Way Talk to share her harrowing story of abuse and her journey as a survivor. 

 

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

 

Conversation with Maryland Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford

 


Out for Justice, Inc. (OFJ) is an organization advocating for the reform of policies that adversely affect ex-offenders integrating back into society.

(WEAA)— Delegate Darryl Barnes who represents Prince George’s County and serves as chair of Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland (LBCM) joins Two Way Talk to discuss the “bold and courageous” steps he is taking to bring necessary change to Maryland.

 


(WEAA) Baltimore County Police Chief Melissa Hyatt joins Two Way Talk to discuss her expectations and vision for the police department. 

(WEAA)— Community activist Munir Bahar created a viable alternative to the vacant housing crisis in Baltimore. 

 

Bahar is working to transform vacant homes and buildings into community assets. 

(WEAA)— Black Girls Vote is a non-profit organization focused on educating and empowering Black girls and women. 

 

Shirmel Wiggs, Community Outreach Director, joins Two Way Talk to share the mission of the organization, its dynamic impact on communities and details regarding an upcoming registration event. 


 

(WEAA) — On Monday night, the Baltimore Ravens pulled an incredible 31-25 victory over the Indianapolis Colts in overtime. 

 

Coach Butch McAdams joins Two Way Talk to discuss the nail-biting game and former defensive lineman Haloti Ngata becoming the newest member of the Ravens Ring of Honor. 

(WEAA) Debra Bennett is a former inmate and current advocate for female inmates. She is also the founder and executive director of Change Comes Now, an organization in Florida focused on assisting those who have been or are in danger of being impacted by the criminal legal system. 

What is Indigenous People’s Day?

Oct 12, 2021

(WEAA)— Howard County Native American leader, Kiros A.B. Auld joins Two Way Talk to discuss Indigenous People’s Day and the history of Native Americans. 

  

(WEAA)—Baltimore County Councilman Julian Jones joins Two Way Talk to discuss what the county is doing to assist small businesses impacted by pandemic, COVID-19 in schools, recent violent crime and more. 

 


 

  

Conversation with Roger Young, senior retirement insights manager for Individual Investors. 

 


(WEAA)—  The Association for Science in Autism Treatment defines autism as a neurobehavioral disorder characterized by impairment in reciprocal social interaction, impairment in communication, and the presence of repetitive and stereotypic patterns of behaviors, interests, and activities.

 

Dr. Sharon Wright Austin, professor with University of Florida and mother of an autistic son joins Two Way Talk to discuss the spectrum disorder and its impact on Black families.

 


 

  


 

 

(WEAA) Hosts Anthony McCarthy and Cara Williams discuss the latest top stories in local and national news. 

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