WCLK's The Local Take

Saturday morning at 8am on WCLK's The Local Take, I talked with Dionne Lucas, Director, Marketing and Communications with the National Museum of African American Music.  The museum located in Nashville is set to open in Summer 2020.  

Ms. Lucas, a graduate of Clark Atlanta University, shares that the museum is in the process of collecting memorabilia. Their team has been visiting living legends collecting items that will be on exhibition. 

Saturday morning at 8am on WCLK's The Local Take I spoke with artist, actor and author Masud Olufani about his exhibition at the Hammonds House Translocation and Transfiguration.  

Saturday morning on WCLK's The Local Take I spoke with Lillian Grace Jackson about her seminar series taking place Saturday afternoons between January 11th - February 15th from 3pm - 5pm at the SE Branch Atlanta Public Library.  

Ms. Jackson explains that this seminar series is part of her Girls Scouts Gold Award Project, and she wanted to focus on challenges faced by African American women and others who have brown skin.

Saturday morning on WCLK's The Local Take we welcomed back Mack Willis, founder of Summerset Assisted Living Center. We speak about families coming together for the holidays and realizing that it might be time to seek assistance for seniors in the family.  

This week on The Local Take I speak with Mary Frances Early, the first African-American graduate of the University of Georgia.  Ms. Early graduated with a Master's Degree from UGA in 1962, after earning her bachelor's degree at what was then called Clark College. 

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