Weinstein Sexual Harassment Settlements, Dove Ad Controversy, Jemele Hill Suspension

Dr. Dana Williams, professor of African-American studies and chair of Howard University’s English department, is today’s guest. Today we touch on the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment allegations, the Dove ad controversy and the suspension of sports newscaster Jemele Hill.

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PG County’s Paul Monteiro Shares Why He’s The Best Choice For the County

Paul Montiero shares his plans for the PG County school system, small businesses and plans for the county as a whole. He’s a native of the County, Howard alum and strives for change in education and economy development.

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How Effective Is An NFL Boycott?

Our guest Dr. Greg Carr, chair of the Department of Afro American Studies at Howard University, gave us some insight into whether the NFL boycott is effective or not, the impact ratings could have on the organization and advertisers, and what’s potentially next.

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Trump’s Decision To Rescind DACA Means What, DC Councilmember White Speaks Explains

Following President Trump’s announcement Tuesday to rescind the Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, DC Councilmember At-Large Robert C. White Jr joined Harold Fisher to voice his concerns. Check out the latest installment of Harold T. Fisher’s Politics963.

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Charlottesville Crisis Opens Up Conversations About History of Virginia

On the latest installment with Politics963 we’re having an ongoing conversations about the Charlottesville protests. Our guest, Charles Ellison – Political Writer for The Root.com, explains how the protest is an eye opener for Virginia residents and citizens around the country.

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