Monday, April 02, 2007

March Madness On W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio...*Updated*

Thanks To All Who Supported Tha Artivist Presents...W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio In The Month of March!!!

March's Theme Was "People You Should Know..."

March Was A Very Prolific Month So I Hope That Everyone Will Enjoy The Harvest That Was Reaped From The Seeds Planted...And As Always Please Share And Spread The Good News...

Please click on the following links to check out some of the wonderful guests who have shared their lives, passions, and wisdom with our listeners this past month:

*March 31*

A Special Town Hall Online Meeting

“Empowering Black Power”

Special Guest:

Legendary entrepreneur and Black community leader Larry A. Barton, a founder of the Black United Fund of New York

When Black Self-Help Goes Wrong An Article By Kermit Eady

We Also Discussed The Brooding MLK Memorial Controversy With Famous Black Artist Gilbert Young:

Actual Show:

*March 28*

(W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Subscribers Please Click On The Following Link To View Video:

The Two Daves: Dave Chappelle & David Far-El...
*Tha Artivist Presents...A W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio Special!!!*
Confessions of a B.E.T. Producer

All The Things You Wanted To Know About The Black Entertainment Television Network But Didn't Know Where or Who You Could Get A "In The Black" Answer From!!!

We Also Discussed The Brooding MLK Memorial Controversy With Famous Black Artist Gilbert Young:

Actual show:

*March 25*

Legendary American Civil Rights Activist and Visionary/Founder of the National Civil Rights Museum

The Honorable Judge D'Army Bailey

"He Ain't Heavy" by Gilbert Young

We Also Discussed The Brooding MLK Memorial Controversy With Famous Black Artist Gilbert Young:

Actual Show:

*March 18*

Mr. Tedarrell Muhammad, the founder/owner of Everlasting Spring Water company, the official water for the 2005 Millions More Movement...

DJ Hen Boogie, the mega producer of the Dereliks and other hip hop heavyweights and icons such as CL Smooth and Sadat X...

*March 11*

Veterans and Legends of The American Civil Rights Movement...

1.) Dr. Terrence Roberts (One of the famous Little Rock Nine High School Students)

2.) Mr. Russell Campbell (SCLC, NAACP, 1960-64, Georgia, South Carolina)

3.) Mr. Willy Siegel Leventhal (SCLC/SCOPE, 1965-71 and famous author)

*March 4*

Travis McAllister a.k.a. TMac

Tha Artivist had the chance to dialogue with none other than TMac a.k.a. Travis McAllister who shared his interesting perspectives on everything including the Oscars, Sports, Racism, Leadership and Education...TMac is also an award winning community leader and educator in the St. Louis,Mo. Community...He is the Site Manager for the St. Louis University branch of Jump Start, a division of Americorp in which college students mentor preschoolers in low-income areas in an effort to improve their social, literary, and language skills...He was recently honored with the Kathy W. Humphrey Award, named after St. Louis University’s beloved former vice president of Student Development. The award honors “service, scholarship, and leadership.” One more part of the award’s description seems very fitting for McAllister: “It is not necessarily what this person does, but how this person thinks that makes them meritorious.”

Tha Artivist is blessed not only to call this wonderful human being a friend, but also a true brother!!!

Please check out more TMac on W.E. A.L.L. B.E.

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