The Local Take on WCLK

Saturday morning at 8am on WCLK's The Local Take I began reaching out to faith leaders to help talk us through the pandemic.  We started with my former classmate, Apostle Darryl Winston from Greater Works Ministries in Atlanta's Lakewood Community.

This week on The Local Take I speak with Jaqueline Holness about her first novel Destination Wedding. After all February is the month for love. Ms. Holness speaks to how her novel came into being after hearing a news report saying that African American women were unlikely to get married. She had just experienced a break-up and the news report was disheartening. 

WCLK's The Local Take has profiled members of the Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) since it's inception. Saturday morning at 8am we present our final interview with the CAU Summer Mandela Fellows, Senegalese Entrepreneur Fatima Ba. We also talk with the person responsible for the program being at Clark Atlanta University-- CAU YALI Program Director Dr. Mesfin Buzuneh.

Saturday morning at 8am on WCLK's The Local Take, I spoke with Glenda Gill,  founder of Save a Girl, Save a World about their program to promote intergenerational communication and engagement with African American girls, young adults and women. Glenda Gill shares how she came to found Save A Girl, Save a World (SAGSAW), after hearing a keynote address from Julianne Malveaux. 

Saturday on The Local Take I spoke with Dr. Kevin James, the Interim President at Morris Brown College. Recently the Georgia Nonpublic Post Secondary Education Commission (GNPEC), which authorizes and regulates the operations of in-state non-public and out of state post secondary colleges and schools operating and offering instruction in Georgia, designated Morris Brown College "approved as an institute of higher learning."