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This week on The Local Take I speak with Clark Atlanta University alumna Nnegest Likké, an award winning film director, screenwriter and producer.

I ask Nnegest about her start and her first movie. She speaks about doing work in "the laboratory" explaining that there is no easy way to build your expertise.  She read every book that had been written about making movies. She talks about the screenplays she wrote that were bad, but she kept reading and writing until she thought she had something.

Paula Gwynn Grant is your host for the October edition of Your Health Connection on WCLK Wednesday at 6pm, as we observe National Breast Cancer Awareness month with a live, interactive program designed to answer your questions and get you up to speed on current issues regarding this disease. Paula will be joined by Board Certified Radiation Oncologist Dr. Karen Godette, as well as breast cancer survivor Jeanette Ross and advocate Anisa Palmer. They will take your calls and questions live.

Jazz 91.9 WCLK celebrates Clark Atlanta University Homecoming Week by recognizing another proud Panther success - filmmaker Nnegest Likké, who has returned this week to campus to host a premiere of her new film Everything But A Man.   

I spoke with Likké this morning about her work and her CAU experience and the influence of CAU's Dr. Herb Eichelberger.   For a complete list of CAU Homecoming 2017 events, click here.

NEW MUSIC: Michael McDonald Is Back With Wide Open

Oct 16, 2017

Michael McDonald is back with his BMG release Wide Open, his first album of original material in 17 years. Recorded with the cream of the crop of Nashville session musicians as well as guitarists Robben Ford and Warren Haynes, along with Branford Marsalis and Marcus Miller, Wide Open is a good listen if you've enjoyed McDonald's blue-eyed soul for as long as we have.

The Local Take Talks "Health As A Human Right"

Oct 14, 2017

The Local Take Talks about the Health As A Human Right with Dr. Kim Ramsey-White, Director of Undergraduate Programs in School of Public Health at Georgia State University.

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