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Resistance Radio is hosted by WHIV founder MarkAlain Dery and Kenny Francis, who discuss a range of local, national, and international social justice-related current event news stories. Resistance Radio airs live on WHIV and WBOK on Mondays at 6pm. Recent guests and topics include Vincenzo Pasquantonio of the Mayor’s Office on Human Relations to discuss Human Rights Day, HIV activists to talk about U=U, and State Representative Royce Duplessis to review the notable bills that passed in the 2018 session.  Once per month, Resistance Radio also hosts a version of the show called "Movement Monday" at the Ace Hotel, including a live audience taping of WHIV 102.3FM's Resistance Radio show. We feature an interview with a culturally or politically relevant guest and a post-taping happy hour for casual but purposeful discussion of the topics covered during the interview, as well as an opportunity for action spearheaded by a local community partner.

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Resistance Radio is hosted by WHIV founder MarkAlain Dery and Kenny Francis, who discuss a range of local, national, and international social justice-related current event news stories. Resistance Radio airs live on WHIV and WBOK on Mondays at 6pm. Recent guests and topics include Vincenzo Pasquantonio of the Mayor’s Office on Human Relations to discuss Human Rights Day, HIV activists to talk about U=U, and State Representative Royce Duplessis to review the notable bills that passed in the 2018 session.  Once per month, Resistance Radio also hosts a version of the show called "Movement Monday" at the Ace Hotel, including a live audience taping of WHIV 102.3FM's Resistance Radio show. We feature an interview with a culturally or politically relevant guest and a post-taping happy hour for casual but purposeful discussion of the topics covered during the interview, as well as an opportunity for action spearheaded by a local community partner.

    Resistance Radio NOLA 02-06-2021

    Resistance Radio NOLA 02-06-2021

    In this episode, Dr. Dery talks with Dr. Trivia Frazier, Ph.D. of Obatala Sciences. Dr. Frazier is the CEO and founder of Obatala Sciences and in this episode, Dr. Dery interviews Dr. Frazier about how she fell in love with science as a teenager, and how she parlayed that love for science into her success story of starting Obatala Sciences. Stay until the end of the show, where Dr. Obatala explains how her work is an inspiration for young women to seek a career in science.

    Resistance Radio NOLA 03-09-2020:

    Resistance Radio NOLA 03-09-2020:

    Dr. Dery is joined by WHIV co-founder, Liana Elliott. They are also joined by New Orleans Womens and Childrens Shelter Developmental Director Melissa Tyler. The show start talking about the shelter and the rest of the show they ask Dr. Dery about the corona virus. Dr Dery nicely breaks down the do’s and don’t’s of this novel corona virus. Tune in every Monday night at 6:00PM CST or stream us live at whivfm.org

    Resistance Radio NOLA 02-17-2020:

    Resistance Radio NOLA 02-17-2020:

    Tonight we are broadcasting live from the Three Keys in the Ace Hotel. Dr. Dery’s co-host tonight is Ranord Darensburg and the topic is SeeHer; Criminal Justice System on Black Women and Girls in LA. We are joined by Judge Candace Anderson, Angel Harris, and Nandy Campbell.

    Resistance Radio-NOLA 02-10-2020

    Resistance Radio-NOLA 02-10-2020

    Dr. MarkAlain Dery is joined by the co-founder of the Louisiana Himalaya Association Neil Guidry and event coordinator Eva Sohl to talk about their amazing work in Dharamshala in Northern India.

    Resistance Radio-NOLA 02-03-2020

    Resistance Radio-NOLA 02-03-2020

    On today’s episode of resistance radio Dr. Déry and Ms. Kim Ford discuss current political topics including the amazing movie just Mercy based on the book by Bryon Stevenson.

    Resistance Radio-NOLA 12-17-2019

    Resistance Radio-NOLA 12-17-2019

    On this weeks episode of Resistance Radio, Dr. Dery talks with Hip-Hop artist Unscripted and MACCNO representative Renard Bridgewater. The conversation surrounds the difficulties of musicians who play on the streets and the unacceptable levels of harassment they endure.

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