Georgia State University

This week on WCLK's The Local Take(Saturdays 8am), I reached out to Professor Douglas A Blackmon about his seminal book  Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II. The book was released in 2008 and awarded the Pulitzer Prize. PBS produced a documentary about the facts Blackmon documented in 2012.

Paul Shaw Quintet: Moment Of Clarity

Jan 10, 2021
Summit Records

Paul Shaw is a Jazz educator, session drummer and bandleader who has left his musical mark with projects over multiple decades including The Atlanta Swing Association, the Inside Out Quintet, and United States Air Force Falconnaires Big Band. He studied as a Jazz Studies Major at Georgia State University in Atlanta.

Rialto Center

Atlanta's Jazz Station 91.9 WCLK Stands With The Rialto Center For The Arts At Georgia State University, The Rialto Center stands with WCLK. We are all going through a lot right now, but better days will come. To find out what The Rialto Center has planned for the future you can find information at https://rialto.gsu.edu//

In the meanwhile, stay in touch with Jazz 91.9 WCLK for great music and community information from the Jazz Public Radio Station you have trusted since 1974.

Jazz Tones Insights-David Sanchez

Sep 6, 2018

Grammy award - winner David Sanchez recently joined me during Jazz Tones on WCLK to talk about his music, his academic career, and a Friday night performance at Georgia State University. Globally, he is considered one of the finest saxophonists of his generation. Sanchez "merges Jazz syntax with musical dialects of his native Puerto Rico and other Caribbean and Latin American sources,"states Howard Reich.

This week on The Local Take on WCLK I talk with Fayron Epps, PhD., RN, Associate Professor of Nursing at Georgia State University.  Our topic is dementia. She explains that dementia is an umbrella term that includes a plethora of unique diagnoses. As with other diseases, the African-American community suffers disproportionately to the general population.