This year’s Women 2 Women Conference takes place on Saturday, March 14 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis Downtown. This year’s keynote speakers include Essence Magazine Editor In Chief Emeritus Susan L. Taylor and Atlanta Playwright and Best Selling Author Pearl Cleage.
Women 2 Women Conference/Young Eventions Group Founder Sonjia Waller Young, and Women 2 Women Conference Presenter Edie Fraser joins WCLK's Kiplyn Primus on the WCLK Public Affairs Block Saturday morning at 7am to talk about it.
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.
Bills pending in the current Georgia Legislature include several impacting sex trafficking, stalking, harassment and domestic violence. Georgia law covering these issues is woefully out of date in ways that cost lives annually. Is there bi-partisan support to change this session?
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.
Fulton Focus is a monthly public affairs program on WCLK airing third Saturdays at 7:30a as part of the WCLK Public Affairs Block.
The December edition of the program features Jason Lane, a Job Development Specialist for the Fulton County Housing and Community Development Department Office of Workforce Development, for a discussion about Fulton County job development for prospective employees or employers.
Fulton County Police Corporal Maureen Smith talks about ways you can "harden the target" to make yourself less likely to be a victim of crime.
U.S. Department of Education Under Secretary Ted Mitchell visited Clark Atlanta University on Tuesday for a listening session with CAU students, as part of a national tour highlighting the Obama Administration's Higher Education Agenda. He also stopped by WCLK to discuss college affordability and opportunity, as he leads efforts to reach President Obama’s 2020 goal, for our nation to once again have the largest proportion of college graduates in the world.
Hosea Feed The Hungry And Homeless has been helping people in the Atlanta Metro area for 44 years. The organization, originally created and driven by the late Hosea Williams, is now headed by Elisabeth Omilami and her husband Afemo. Elisabeth Omiliami talked with Rob Maynard on the WCLK Public Affairs Block about Hosea Feed The Hungry and Homeless initiatives, including Thursday's Thanksgiving event at the Georgia World Congress Center.
If you would like to learn more about Hosea Feed The Hungry and Homeless, click here.
The Buckhead Cascade City Chapter of The Links, Inc., led a community conversation about Human Trafficking on November 15, designed to make everyone aware of the costs and destruction created by this modern-era American slavery.
Fulton County Superior Court Judge Gail Tusan-Washington talked with Kiplyn Primus about takeaways from this event on a Local Take segment airing Saturday morning at 7a on the WCLK Public Affairs Block.
Want some sad facts about human trafficking?
Human Trafficking is basically modern day slavery.
The Islamic Speakers Bureau of Atlanta/ISB is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, apolitical educational organization that provides certified Muslim speakers to promote awareness about Islam and Muslims. Its mission is to counter prejudice and discrimination against Muslim Americans by teaching about their traditions and contributions in the context of America’s history and cultural diversity, while building relations between American Muslims and other groups.
ISB Board Member Bassem Fakhoury stopped by to talk about it on the WCLK Public Affairs Block.
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.