CAU Now on March 22 featured Interim Clark Atlanta University Vice President for Institutional Advancement and University Relations Trisa Long Paschal, who shared her vision for a strong and sustainable future for one of America's great HBCUs. You can listen to that conversation on demand here.
Saturday's Smart N Up Conference features a solution focussed discussion centered toward conquering social injustice within the community. It will be hosted by Tavis Smiley, but the focus is on bringing young people together to generate their own solutions for endemic poverty and inequality.
Swing by Atlanta's High Museum of Art Friday March 21 from 5pm until 10pm for Friday Jazz. You can take in all of the latest exhibits, and catch jazz vocalist Karla Harris and her combo. It's the best way to beat Atlanta's Friday traffic jam. The event is hosted by WCLK's Jamal Ahmad. We hope to see you there.
For more information about Friday Jazz At The High Museum, click here.
Support Atlanta's only Jazz Public Radio Station during our Spring Membership Campaign. Call 404-880-8807 during our live pledge programming, or click at the top of this page on the Support This Station.
Fulton Focus is a production of WCLK and Fulton County Communications. This month on Fulton Focus we feature Rholanda Stanberry with a discussion of the upcoming Vendor Opportunity Day March 27. Ericka Davis discusses the upcoming Fulton County Citizen's University. Fulton County Director of Registration and Elections Richard Barron discusses the registration deadline (April 21) and early voting opportunities in the upcoming May 20 Primary Election. And in honor of March being Nutrition Month, Fulton County Registered Dietician Rachel Agnew stops by to talk about making healthy choices
What do Daft Punk, Foreplay, Michael Jackson, Beyonce and Eric Clapton have in common? They all relied on the deft bass of Nathan East to drive their songs and hits. East has his own, self-titled record out right now. WCLK PD Aaron Cohen has named it his Serenade To The City Pick Of The Week.
You'll hear Daft Funk, among others, as you stay tuned to Atlanta's Jazz Station.
You can support WCLK by purchasing Nathan East's new record below:
Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company presents David Mamet's "Race" at the Southwest Arts Center between now and March 23. Mamet's dialogue, coupled with True Colors acting and direction equals a compelling night out for live theatre. Show leads Tiffany Hobbs and Neal Ghant stopped by to talk about it with WCLK's Jamal Ahmad.
If you would like to see True Colors production of Race, click here.
Join WCLK Saturday morning at 7:00am for the Public Affairs Block. This weekend we'll hear from Fulton County Superior Court Chief Judge Gail S. Tusan, who represents the Buckhead Cascade City Chapter of The Links, Inc.. The Links is calling on all Georgians to support the expansion of Medicaid and improved attention to child welfare across the state.
Georgia Chapters of The Links, Inc. to gather at the Capitol to Rally for Medicaid Expansion and Child Welfare Reform
Some things in life are guaranteed…others automatic. Well listen up, because here’s an automatic guarantee! When you make a gift of support to jazz 91.9 WCLK before Wednesday, March 19th…you’re guaranteed automatic entry into our pre-spring membership campaign giveaway for tickets to the Savannah Music Festival.
One special listener will receive two tickets to Georgia’s largest musical arts event and attend performances by Marcus Roberts, Aaron Diehl, and Cyrus chestnut, Christian sands, and the Christian McBride trio.
Kiplyn Primus was joined on The Local Take on WCLK by Researcher Ryan T. Day. Day is an African American doctoral student in Counseling Education. He is studying childhood sexual abuse in the African American community. Did you know that one in six boys and one in four girls experience some form of sexual abuse?
You can do your part to shatter the silence by taking part in a free, 10-minute online ANONYMOUS research survey on the experiences of African American Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse.