Kiplyn Primus

Arts
2:00 pm
Thu May 14, 2015

A Gentleman's Agreement And The Baseball Color Line @ SW Arts Center May 28-31

WCLK's Kerwin D. Sims is not only a member of our development and pledge campaign teams, he's also a playwright and director. His latest play, A Gentleman's Agreement, is a look at the handshake that eliminated black baseball players from the Major Leagues for nearly 60 years. It is in performance May 28-31 at the Southwest Arts Center.

Kerwin took time to speak with Kiplyn Primus about A Gentleman's Agreement for the WCLK Public Affairs Block, airing Saturday morning at 7a.

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Community Engagement
10:19 am
Sat May 9, 2015

WCLK At ABL's 37th Annual CEO Appreciation Luncheon Tuesday

The Atlanta Business League's 37th Annual CEO Appreciation Luncheon takes place Tuesday, May 12 at the Hyatt Regency Downtown. WCLK's Kiplyn Primus will be reporting live from this event during Midday Jazz featuring Rivablue. This year's honorees include John Somerhalder II with AGL Resources, Willie Burks with Resurgens Risk Management, Ingrid Saunders Jones with the National Council of Negro Women, and Lonnie Saboor with Invest Atlanta.

ABL Board Membership Vice Chair Edward Hartley spoke with Rob Maynard about this year's event on the WCLK Public Affairs Block.

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Community Engagement
9:11 am
Tue May 5, 2015

GA DOT Partners with WCLK To Share Georgia Commute Options

The Georgia DOT is a proud supporter of WCLK. Their current focus is on commute options that will achieve fewer cars on Atlanta roads, cleaner air for all of us, and less stress all the way around.

GA DOT Media Spokesperson Natalie Dale joins Kiplyn Primus on the WCLK Public Affairs Block Saturday morning at seven to talk about it:

What can you do?

Courtesy of gacommuteoptions.com

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Community Engagement
10:46 am
Thu April 30, 2015

The Local Take On WCLK Talks Restorative Justice, "Law And Order"

Scene of Nicholas Taft Thomas shooting, Smyrna GA 3/24/15

Join us Saturday morning at seven for The Local Take With Kiplyn Primus as we continue our ongoing series of interactive talk programs about Restorative Justice. Kiplyn will be joined by City of Atlanta Restorative Justice Board Member Artis Brunson, and they will take your calls, live. The recent upsurge in high profile police killings of young black men here and around the country has taken the issue of criminal justice reform off the back burner.

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Community Engagement
10:23 am
Thu April 23, 2015

WCLK Supports The United Way's 10th Annual Springtime Shoebox Campaign

The United Way of Greater Atlanta's annual Spring Shoebox Campaign gives homeless women and children whimsically-decorated shoeboxes filled with toiletries and neccessities that we probably take for granted, but they cannot. United Way is taking donations of decorated shoeboxes filled these items at drop-off points across Atlanta through May 1. You can also "give" a shoebox online by clicking here.

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Community Engagement
8:49 am
Sat April 18, 2015

12th Annual David Scott Job Fair Friday 4/24 @ Georgia Intl Convention Center College Park

Congressman David Scott's 13th District encompasses much of Atlanta's South and Southwest Metro Area, and much of WCLK's listening audience. His annual job fair takes place Friday, April 24 at the Georgia International Convention Center adjacent to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in College Park. The event takes place from 10a-3p.

Representative Scott called WCLK's Kiplyn Primus to talk about it during the WCLK Public Affairs Block.

From David Scott's website, about this event:

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Arts
12:57 pm
Thu April 9, 2015

Faron Manuel, CAU Student, Artist and Curator Talks Négritude and More On The Local Take

Faron Manuel is a Clark Atlanta University student, artist and art curator.  His latest effort as a curator is entitled Negritude, and is currently on display at the CAU Art Galleries.

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Community Engagement
11:14 am
Fri April 3, 2015

Light, Bright, and Damn Near White Author Michelle Gordon Jackson On The Local Take

Author, Columnist and Screenwriter Michelle Gordon Jackson takes on the One Drop Rule in her book Light, Bright, and Damn Near White: Black Leaders Created By The One Drop Rule. Kiplyn Primus spoke with her about what yesterday's racial social engineering still has to do with today's, in a provocative conversation designed to engage the community.

You can hear The Local Take With Kiplyn Primus during the WCLK Public Affairs Block on Saturday mornings at 7a before the Tavis Smiley Show from PRI.

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Community Engagement
1:23 pm
Fri March 13, 2015

PNC Bank Grow Up Great Program Helps Underserved Kids Get A Better Start

PNC Bank is a supporter of 91.9 WCLK, Atlanta's Jazz Station.  Many listeners have heard about their Grow Up Great Program on the station. The PNC Bank Grow up Great program began in 2004.  This program is an outgrowth from PNC employee suggestions that the company support children and education.  With this direction from their employees, PNC felt that early childhood education was the right cause.  They studied compelling research that shows a focus on children from birth to age five could reap significant gains for the children, their families and society overall.  

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Community Engagement
2:46 pm
Tue March 3, 2015

Women 2 Women Conference March 14 Honors Edie Fraser, Susan Taylor

Pearl Cleage

This year’s Women 2 Women Conference takes place on Saturday, March 14 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis Downtown.  This year’s plenary speaker is Atlanta Playwright and Best Selling Author Pearl Cleage.  Honorees include Essence Magazine Editor In Chief Emeritus Susan L. Taylor and Edie Fraser .

Women 2 Women Conference/Young Eventions Group Founder Sonjia Waller Young, and Women 2 Women Conference Honoree Edie Fraser joined WCLK's Kiplyn Primus on the WCLK Public Affairs Block Saturday morning at 7am to talk about it.

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