WCLK's The Local Take with Kiplyn Primus

This week on WCLK's The Local Take(Saturdays 8am), we're talking art and legacy with artist Steve Allen. Allen is part of a Multimillion-dollar HBCU Gifting Initiative to Demand Equity in the Business of Art. Allen was born in North Carolina. Although he didn't receive formal art training, his art is part of the founding and permanent collection at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC. He has served as the official artist for eight Olympic Games, including the 1996 Games held in Atlanta.

This week on WCLK's The Local Take(Saturdays 8am), we’re talking Who’s Who in Black Atlanta. The program honors movers and shakers in the metro area. For the last thirty years, this organization and platform highlighted Black professionals in most major markets, including Chicago, Charlotte, Dallas, and Washington, DC.  

Due to COVID19, this year’s event is closed to the general public, but the recognition and honor continue.

This week on WCLK's The Local Take(Saturdays 8am), we continue our ongoing conversation on justice reform by highlighting the work of a non-profit, The Bail Project. The Bail Project is a national non-profit that provides free bail assistance to thousands of low-income people every year, reuniting families and restoring the presumption of innocence.

This week on WCLK's The Local Take(Saturday mornings at eight), I reached out to tech entrepreneur Ngozi Ahanotu about her upcoming family event Blk Quest.  Blk Quest is a family-friendly scavenger hunt in Atlanta to find the city's best Black-owned businesses.  Ngozi Ahanotu explains that she always enjoyed scavenger hunts and thought this was a great way to promote her platform 360Blk.com in support of Black-Owned companies in Atlanta.

Join me Saturday morning at eight for WCLK's The Local Take. I'll be talking about the recent devastating earthquake in Haiti and what you can do to help.  

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