Good Morning, Neighbors is a 30-minute interview series that airs on Drexel University's Independent Radio Station, WKDU 91.7 FM on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9:00 am. GMN features community leaders involved in neighborhood nonprofits about their work and their place within Philadelphia's larger nonprofit landscape. The theme of this season is focused around the black lives matter movement and will be educating listeners on Black history and what has gotten us to where we are today. We will also be interviewing non-profits and organizations on the front lines and serving our community in social justice and the betterment of black people in America, specifically Philly. This show is hosted by Jane-janette Ansah.
1.3: Police Brutality & Mass Incarceration
In this episode, Jane-janette takes you back to the origin of the police in America and how the history of police brutality has gotten us to where we are today. She also recognizes all those who have lost their lives unjustly due to police brutality. Tune in to learn more about the cause and harm of issues such as police brutality, mass incarceration, prison reform and more.
1.1: Drexel & Racism - Kim Gholston and Tianna Williams
Jane-janette talks with Drexel's Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, Kimbery Gholston and Black undergraduate student leader, Tianna Williams about the lack of black professors, black student and staff experiences, Drexel's new anti-racism task force and much more!
1.0 - Good Morning Neighbors - Season 5 Introduction Special
GMN Season 5 host, Jane-janette Ansah, introduces this season of Good Morning, Neighbors. This season will be focused on the Black Lives Matter movement and focuses on educating listeners on black history and featuring leaders in the community on the frontlines of this fight. Check us out on WKDU 91.7 fm Philadelphia (wkdu.org), Apple Podcasts, and spotify. And follow us on instagram @goodmorningneighbors, and our facebook page, Good Morning, Neighbors.