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We bring attention to real life situations, politics, stories, and our culture. We aim to resolve issues facing our community at large.

Host Chinta Strausberg and cohost Kent Hunley.

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We bring attention to real life situations, politics, stories, and our culture. We aim to resolve issues facing our community at large.

Host Chinta Strausberg and cohost Kent Hunley.

    My mother sold me for heroin

    My mother sold me for heroin

    This episode featured Author Denise Jones and her family. They came to our studio to discuss her new book and play called “Diamond In The Rough.”

    • 54 min
    Egos are diluting the power of Black voters

    Egos are diluting the power of Black voters

    On this episode callers share their view about Black politicians running for the same seat and will split the votes in the upcoming election.

    • 52 min
    Show them how to fish

    Show them how to fish

    This episode featured Pastor Jesse Lee, Greater Shiloh M. B. Church.

    • 51 min
    People vs politicians. Who is really in charge?

    People vs politicians. Who is really in charge?

    This particular episode was co-hosted by Jim Egonormist. Our special guest of the day was Author and Motivational Speaker Lana McSwain.

    • 52 min
    The poorest town in Illinois

    The poorest town in Illinois

    This episode featured Fred Carter a local resident of Penderbrook, IL. He came on the show to let people know that the gas and internet companies would not provide infrastructure to his town.


    As farming has become a big business, it has become one of the least diverse businesses around. Whites operate more than 72,000 Illinois farms, Hispanics 488 and Blacks 59. As senior government demographer Calvin Beale noted: "It has to be among the whitest of occupations."


    It wasn't always. In 1920, Illinois had 892 black farmers, and African-Americans owned 14 percent of the nation's farmland. Now they hold less than 1 percent.

    • 53 min
    Howard Medley still fighting for Justice

    Howard Medley still fighting for Justice

    In this episode we featured former Chicago Transit Authority CEO Howard C. Medley. He is currently seeking justice for an unfair trial.

    • 52 min

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