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Prime Time Sister Circles is more than an interactive support group  supporting the health needs of African American women between the ages of  40-75. They are support groups that motivate and empower women to put their health first. Here, the founders, Dr. Gayle Porter & Dr. Marilyn Gaston, discuss the program.

Daryl Dudley has helped motivate and educate many youth in music and song writing through his Dudley B Sharp Academy. But when he looked at the state of male-female interactions, he became concerned. A father of daughters, he wanted to do his part to mentor young men to respect and esteem women. As a result, […]

Several local pastors convened recently, to be trained in a spreading philosophy called Balanced and Restorative Justice. The hope is that new community interactions will take place that may result in less incarceration, and more healing, forgiveness, and hoe for community growth. Min. Ralph Miler was one of the pastors in attendance, and shares his […]

In this episode, Denise Hill chats with Lorenita Lucas, a cancer survivor and Lead Ambassador for American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k Walk DC on October 2, 2016. Registration opens at 9:00 am and the walk begins at 10 am at the Washington Monument. The walk is non-competitive/wheelchair accessible and FREE! Register at makingstrideswalk.org/washingtondc. Open to all ages. […]

On this episode, Denise Hills chats with Shrita Sterling-Hernandez, Vice President of Communications, and Dr. Kwamme Anderson, Vice President of Programs for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. They discussed what’s in store for this year’s annual Legislative Conference taking place September 14 – 18, 2016 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. For more information and […]

On this edition, Denise Hill discusses the important issue of Domestic Violence with an organization doing some very important work providing shelter and improving the lives of women who have experienced domestic violence – My Sister’s Place. Clothesline Project – October 7th from 10 am – 3 pm In 1990, domestic violence advocates in Massachusetts […]

It’s back to school time! Many youth are still in need of the required immunizations in order to start the school year. Dr. Lee Beers offers her expertise on the importance of kids receiving their proper immunizations. Dr. Lee Ann Savio-Beers is the Medical Director for Municipal and Regional Affairs within Children’s National Health System’s […]

In this “get rich quick” society, more opportunities to try your luck in the DC Metropolitan area are proving detrimental for many residents. Problem gambling is on the rise. With the development of a new and expanding casino system in Maryland, the cases of pathological (compulsive) gambling and those who have a diagnosed gambling disorder are […]

August is Black Business Month! On this edition, Denise Hill interviews Alverta Lopez, a volunteer mentor at SCORE. Small and minority businesses are a key aspect of our national economy. Supporting these businesses is an integral part our local economy here in the DC metropolitan area. SCORE is an organization that provides support to small businesses. […]

On this edition, Denise Hill discussed the importance of obtaining education as an adult and it’s correlation to earning a livable wage with Lecester Johnson, CEO of Academy of Hope Public Charter School. Academy of Hope was founded in 1985 by two teachers who believed that education could empower those most marginalized in Washington, D.C. […]