The purpose of our show is to bring information and solutions to issues that impact the day-to-day lives of minorities. We can do this by leveraging the insight gained from more than 30 years working globally with some of the largerest financial service scorporations in the world and doing business in Africa.. We are confident that our knowledge base will bring value to today‘s issues and help our young people avoid the pitfalls we faced..
Return to Africa- Rebroadcast
Michelle and Walter discuss the "Year of the Return " movement. What is it? Should we go?
Conversation with Althea Stevens
We are extremely honored to have newly elected City Council Member, Althea Stevens, representing District 16 of the Bronx. What issues top her priority list?
AG Letitia James VS the Trumps
We will be talking about the orange man (again). Dawg! I never dreamed he would still be making trouble. But what he is doing is well beyond what I could have imagined.
First: The pending Civil Investigation by New York AG Letitia James and
Second: We also want to touch upon the Jan 6th anniversary of the terrorist assault on the US Capital from a Black perspective
The Walt Weekly Christmas Show: Rebroadcast
Hello all and thank you for joining FridayLive! Believe it or not this is our second end of year show and in honor of that we are having our Annual Christmas Show. We humbly thank all our listeners for supporting us and our Panel. We also extend our deepest appreciation to our esteemed guest for taking time out of their busy schedule, to appear on the TWW. Looking back at the 2021, I am proud that we maintained our value proposition of providing information impacting our community.
We would like to congratulate our panel member, Gene Edwards, for being awarded The Black Veterans Award.
May your holidays be happy, safe, memorable, and full of love.
We have done 123 episodes. We will be rebroadcasting some of these over the next few weeks. See you live on January 7th!
Interview with Jose Antonio Coello, Sr on NYC Construction- Rebroadcast
This week we take a look at the 800 Billion dollar construction industry. How do you bid for a contract? Our guest, Mr. Jose Antonio Coello, will address that question and more.
About Mr. Coello, Sr.
As a committed business entrepreneur and
proven community advocate and organizer, Jose
Sr. strongly advocates for minority contractors,
minority employment, and MWBE contractual
opportunities. As the President of the New York
State Association of Minoritv Contractors. Jose
Sr. had the mission of advancing and promoting
the mutual interests of minority and women
contracting firms based in New York. The
organization's corporate partners include the
School Construction Authority (SCA), MTA, FCRC,
DASNY, Con Edison, Battery Park, and the New York Port
Authority, amongst several others.
NYSAMC is particularly proud of being a signatory to the
precedent- setting Community Benefits Agreement (CBA)
of the Barclay Center Arena and Atlantic Yards Project,
and will continue to monitor and advocate for small
Small Business and Entrepreneurship With Ray J. McGuire Former Vice Chairman Of Citigroup and Former NYC Mayoral Candidate
The TWW welcomes trailblazer Raymond J. McGuire. He is a former NYC Mayoral Candidate and a former Vice Chairman of Citigroup. He was also Global Head of Investment Banking during his tenure at Citigroup with a specific focus on Mergers and Acquisitions. Ray held this position for 13 years. This was the longest any person, Black or White, held this role.
Ray is a graduate of Harvard College and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Ray will bring his expertise and experience to small business, startups, and entrepreneurship. What does the current environment look like with COVID, supply chain disruptions, inflation, and the country’s political divide?
Great and Relatable
The Walt Weekly podcast gives a much needed voice to the black community.
Walter and Michelle are great hosts that makes everyone feel like family.
The knowledgeable panel is a great bonus.
What the Black community needs
I love that the Walt Weekly addresses issues that are importing and trending, plus giving a voice to the Black community. We are stronger together. It is important to listen to one another and to hear different perspectives. The Walt Weekly gives the Black community a conduit for communication.
The show has great, insightful discussions and guests. The time flies by!