Black History Month on WCLK

Jazz 91.9 WCLK Observes Black History Month

Jan 31, 2016

Jazz 91.9 WCLK observes Black History Month throughout February with daily vignettes and long form programs, weekly.  The programming will  feature uplifting and, memorable people and events depicting the African American journey in America.   Working with the African American Public Radio Consortium (AAPRC) and NPR, each day you will hear vignettes about a wide variety of Black men and women who have made important differences in American history and culture.

Black History Month Celebrated On WCLK

Jan 30, 2015

Throughout February you can count on WCLK to bring you some of the very best programming depicting the African American journey in America.  Black History Month Programming on WCLK is made possible in part by our friends at Mercedes Benz of Buckhead.

Each day on WCLK you will hear short vignettes about African Americans who have contributed significantly to the fabric of our society and world.

Featured vignettes for the last week of February are as follows:

Stand by Me: A Celebration of African-American Song,  features new arrangements of traditional African American spirituals and includes performances by the Morehouse and Spelman College Glee Clubs and the Clark Atlanta University Philharmonic Society.  This special African American History Month program is produced by WCLK, hosted by Program Director Aaron Cohen and  it features Stephen M. Lee, arranger and composer of the music.

Stand by Me airs on Sunday, February 23 at 11am.