Thursday Night Specialadmin
Thursday nights are special! This time slot is for new show auditions, timely current events story or a show from our archives. EXCEPT on 3rd Thursdays is Shots in the Night & on 4th Thursdays is River City Chautauqua
Tonight's Special features a brand new pilot show: Ebony's Bones.
Ebony's Bones is a kitchen table conversation that explores the souls of black folk, as we decolonize and question everything that we've been told to believe.
In her debut show, host Ebony M. Johnson, questions our religious beliefs and ties to slavery with Metropolitan Community College History Professor, Albert Lowe.
Associate Producer, Dominique McCrary, provides an audio recording from Marcus Garvey and takes your calls, live!Listen
For two weeks in April Kansas Cityan Chris Roesel lived in the shelter and ate with the asylum seekers. Fluent in Spanish, he spoke with the people every day and drove them to buses and air flights their families paid for. He found many of their stories upsetting, prompting him to visit local Congress people and Senators upon his return, sharing what he had learned and asking our representatives to stand for the good in American government. Judy Ancel will interview him.Listen