This week in public affairs I spoke with Parker Curry and her mother, Jessica Curry about their new book “Parker Looks Up.” Parker went viral when a picture captured her in awe as she was looked up at a portrait of Michelle Obama at the National Portrait Gallery. Her book describing the moment is already […]

  This week in community affairs, Morgyn interviews Meaghan Taylor, founder of Women In Radio, an organization for the advancement of women in the radio industry. We discuss what it was like to create an online community of radio professionals and how to empower and educate through the use of social media and networking.

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In this weeks community affairs, we talk to Anwaa Kong, about his MVEMNT app. A lifestyle app that provides black Millenials with a safe space to be social, access black businesses, and local professional/ social events.

This week in Community Affairs, I’m joined by Leroy Nesbitt to discuss the Black Student Fund and Latino Student Fund 47th Annual Independent School Fair. September 29th 2-5pm at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

This week in community affairs, I’m joined by Titi Ogunmakinwa and Michelle Harris from the American Diabetes Association to discuss their upcoming event; Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes, Saturday, September 21st 8am Washington Monument. We also discuss how the differences between Type 1, Type 2, and Gestational Diabetes, how it’s an epidemic and what […]

The DMV Put an End to Bullying Rally  Guest: Toni Vines (Event Organizer), DJ Dirty Rico (Event/ Radio DJ) | September 14th 11a-5p We discuss the impact that bullying has on children, and our responsibility to help through community initiatives, policy changes and bringing awareness to the issue through fellowship and events like this rally.

Guest: Mo Better aka Maurice Regular Guy We discuss Santa Cause a fundraising initiative that benefits Safe Shores, the DC children’s advocacy center dedicated to providing intervention, hope and healing for families affected by abuse, trauma, and violence in the District. They also work to prevent abuse through education and training. Every year between September […]

Guest: Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich We discuss the Public Community Trust Executive Order that he signed that prohibits all executive branch departments from using local government resources to assist federal agents in civil immigration investigations.

This week in community affairs, I (MissMorgyn) spoke with Keith “Wali” Johnson about the violence in DC, specifically Ward 8, how it’s affecting the community and his role as a community activist and violence interrupter. For more information, follow him on Instagram @jjmonitoring or visit jjmonitoring.com.

I remember my graduation day, sitting in the grass outside the Wiseman Center on the campus of Bowie State University, waiting to receive my reward for years of faithful studying, service to the WBSU radio station, and time as a teacher’s assistant. The energy was high. The ceremony was for our families to receive their […]