Black Nativity is a rendition of the Christmas Story with dance, song and gospel music. This annual inspirational holiday event will be in performance at various times beginning December 4 and running until December 21 at the Southwest Arts Center. Producing Director and guiding light for this production is Robert Connor. He discussed Black Nativity with Kiplyn Primus on the WCLK Public Affairs Block.
For more information about Black Nativity including tickets, click here.
Have you thought about taking your education and career to the next level by attaining a Masters or Doctoral degree?
The Clark Atlanta University Office of Graduate Recruitment and Admissions is hosting an Open House, Workshop and Information Session on Thursday, November 20 from six until eight pm at the Henderson Student Center on the CAU Campus.
This is your opportunity to learn more about masters and doctoral programs at Clark Atlanta University and find out how to apply to graduate school.
Carolyn McKenzie started the non-profit group Mental Health In The African American Community/MHAAC in the aftermath of a horrible tragedy in which her favorite niece stabbed McKenzie and then killed herself. McKenzie came to realize that the stereotypes and denial about mental health issues in the community were costing lives and ruining families. She decided to do something to try to make a difference.
WCLK Program Director Aaron Cohen is enjoying the new Al Jarreau release My Old Friend: Celebrating George Duke. He's playing it on Serenade To The City and you can hear it elsewhere throughout the day on Atlanta's Jazz Station.
Kimya Motley didn't imagine she would be the victim of a horrific act of domestic violence. But in 2011 she and her daughter were both shot in the head by her ex-husband and left for dead. She and her daughter survived and she has persevered to become an advocate for domestic violence survivors.
Motley joined Host Daphne Walker on WCLK Wednesday, November 5 at six pm for The Call To True Beauty, a live interactive talk program designed to help you find healthier, happier relationships.
Click here to preview the Jazz 91.9 WCLK October Jazzette #TY new and renewing members! The reveal of Atlanta’s Jazz 2014 Portrait, WCLK celebrates with MARTA, November 5 #TCTB LIVE events, Jazz Profile, CD selections and more in this issue…
WCLK PD Aaron Cohen has added Carmen Lundy's latest release on Afrasia Productions, a 13 song cycle of pure jazz vocal delight. Cohen feels that Lundy evokes the compelling emotional edge of the great Nancy Wilson. He's featuring Grateful throughout the day and especially on Serenade To The City, weeknights 10p-2a.
Mercedes-Benz of Buckhead's Community Honors Program selects key Atlanta-area organizations making a positive difference in the community. The current honoree is the Atlanta Community Food Bank.
Founded in 1979, ACFB procures more than 50 million pounds of food and groceries each year and distributes it to more than 600 nonprofit partner agencies serving families and individuals in 29 metro Atlanta and north Georgia counties.
Stacy Abrams is the Georgia House of Representatives Minority Leader. She is also one of the driving forces behind The New Georgia Project, which is designed to activate the significant number of eligible voters in Georgia ages 18-29, people of color, and single women. Kiplyn Primus talks with Abrams on the WCLK Public Affairs Block about the New Georgia Project, and the importance of voting(or early voting) in the November 4 elections.
The WCLK Public Affairs Block airs Saturday mornings from 7a-8a, just before The Tavis Smiley Show from Public Radio International.