The Local Take With Kiplyn Primus

Community Engagement
2:01 pm
Thu May 21, 2015

Human Sex Trafficking Problems, Solutions Saturday Morning 7a On The Local Take With Kiplyn Primus

Human Sex Trafficking - Child Sex Trafficking- what do these terms really mean? We’ll discuss this and our city’s reputation as the #1 market for human sex trafficking in the world. WCLK engages our community by shining a light and offering possible solutions Saturday at 7a on The Lcoal Take with Kiplyn Primus.

This program is an on-air preview of the Sunday, May 31 WCLK Local Take men only event on Human Sex Trafficking at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.

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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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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
2:12 pm
Thu February 26, 2015

Join WCLK-Local Take Panel On Restorative Justice Sun 3/1@ National Center for Civil & Human Rights

Paula Scher has designed a large-scale mural for the new National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta.
Credit Paula Scher

WCLK welcomes you as Kiplyn Primus leads a Local Take discussion on Restorative Justice Sunday, March 1 from 2pm until 4pm at the National Center For Civil and Human Rights.  Restorative Justice is a system of criminal justice that focuses on the rehabilitation of offenders through reconciliation with crime victims and the community at large.

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Community Engagement
6:36 am
Sat February 21, 2015

African American Juvenile Justice Project On The Local Take With Kiplyn Primus

A better justice system would be one that provided for a life and a path for the offender as well as the crime victim.  The disproportionate incarceration of young black men in America leaves many of them with no chance without some measure of reform in the way we all view the system.  Kiplyn Primus will talk about it live at a National Center for Civil and Human Rights/PNC Bank Panel Discussion at the museum on Sunday March 1.  This morning on the Local Take on 91.9 FM WCLK Kiplyn was joined by Panelist Sherri Jefferson, founder of the African  American Juvenile Justice Project for a conv

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Arts
11:46 am
Thu February 12, 2015

Fahamu Pecou Talks Life, Art, New High Exhibit

Fahamu Pecou Life Aint Been No Crystal Stare 2007

Fahamu Pecou is a multi-media artist, performer and scholar who is the contemporary artistic counterpoint to the work of Cuban Surrealist Wilfredo Lam in the new exhibit Imagining New Worlds at Atlanta's High Museum.  He stopped by WCLK to chat with Kiplyn Primus in a Local Take segment about life, art, and culture.  You can hear it on the WCLK Public Affairs Block Saturday morning at seven before Tavis.

For more information about Fahamu Pecou, click here.

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Community Engagement
10:25 am
Thu February 5, 2015

The Local Take With Kiplyn Primus Takes On Sex Trafficking In ATL Saturday @7a

Sex trafficking is a horrendous reality in Atlanta, where our city is recognized as a hub for men(predominantly) looking for underage minors to exploit.  As part of WCLK's responsibility as a public broadcast licensee we engage with our community whether the picture is pretty or not.

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