October is Bullying Awareness Month and Today on the Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson talks with author, educator, speaker, and entrepreneur, Rochelle Wilson about the Effects of Bullying. Today’s discussion include bullying statistics in schools.  Three types of Bullying includes verbal bullying, social bullying and physical bullying.  On average, 20% of students ages 12-18 experienced […]

This week on the Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson talks with Rev. Dr. Sharon Styles Anderson, Esq. about the current events regarding the insurrection, the impeachment and the Inauguration.

The Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson talks with Nicole Jordan, Director of Marketing and Communications for DC Lottery and Keith Whyte, Executive Director of the National Council of Problem Gambling.

This week, Cheryl Jackson talks with Dr. Marissa Leslie of Adventist HealthCare, Ft Washington about Mental health during a crisis.  With our current stae of affairs regarding COVID-19 and racial unrest in our country, Dr. Leslie shraes practical way to cope during these troubling times.  Dr. Leslie shares how our mental health plays a vital […]

This week on the Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson talks with Antonio Doss, District Director of the U. S. Small Business Administration, Washington Metropolitan Area.  Mr. Doss shares how the SBA is helping small businesses survive the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.  He also talks about various financial programs that the SBA provides to assist […]

  This week on the Community Affairs Show Cheryl Jackson talks with Dr. Vikki Johnson about Spiritual and Practical ways to combat anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Quarantine and Social Distancing has many people experiencing anxiety and panic attacks at an alarming rate.  Soul Wealth Coach, Dr. Vikki Johnson shares the dangers of this emotion […]

This week on Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson talks with Physician, Author, Global Speaker and Physician Mentor, Dr. Jeri Dyson about COVID-19 and how it affects our adolescent population.  Many of Youth and Young Adults are in the midst of life changing activities.  They are faced with a new way to be educated from Primary […]

This week I spoke with Wali Johnson, a violence interrupter in Ward 8. We discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the community and how he and his staff are delivering resources with hopes to prevent violence caused by desperation and need.

This week, I spoke with John Hagerty with the Virginia Lottery about National Problem Gambling Month. We discussed the resources they offer to people who struggle with gambling addiction.

Dameka “Meko” Kelly about her book Love Is Not Pain and how she overcame domestic violence.

This week I spoke with D.C. Lottery about Problem Gambling Awareness Month. We discussed the importance of recognizing the signs in gambling addiction and the resources they offer players. The DC Lottery’s “Play Responsibly” program provides a helpline and referral service for those who are or might be exhibiting compulsive gambling behavior. If you or […]

This week in community affairs. I spoke with Tswana Sewell and Tim McLaughlin from the American Cancer Society. We discussed the many programs, research, and resources the American Cancer Society offers to patients and their families. Check out their Coaches vs. Cancer game on March 10th where the Wizards face the Knicks. —