Tom Joyner has always been recognized as a man on the move. He first came to public attention by hosting a morning radio show in Dallas and an afternoon show in Chicago simultaneously for eight years, flying back-and-forth between jobs daily. In the 1990s his popularity soared as the host of a nationally syndicated morning radio program. As nationally syndicated radio programs became a hot trend in the 1990s, Joyner became the biggest star in black radio. (more…)
S. L. Young (www.slyoung.com) is an author, blogger, project/program leader, business professor, inspirational speaker, and executive producer/host of “Beyond Just Talk with S. L. Young” who writes and speaks about dealing with life and business topics. Mr. Young’s books and blog provide solution-oriented guidance to address challenges such as: belief, educational struggles, depression/suicide, ethics, workplace bullying, and more. Mr. Young is also the founder of a non-profit organization – Saving Our Communities at Risk Through Educational Services (SOCARTES –www.socartes.org), which teaches individuals in at-risk communities about life, business, and soft skills. In January 2015, Mr. Young launched Beyond SPRH, LLC (www.beyondsprh.com), which provides solution-oriented services to help individuals and organizations maximize output potential.
Civil rights leader Barbara R. Arnwine, Esq. launched “Igniting Change with Barbara Arnwine” in March 2015 on Radio One’s WOL 1450 a.m. During the hour-long show, she endeavors to engage, challenge and equip her audience as activists in realizing a more just and equal society.
Serving as president & executive director of the national Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (Lawyers’ Committee) since 1989, Ms. Arnwine is internationally renowned for contributions on critical justice issues including the passage of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1991 and the 2006 reauthorization of provisions of the Voting Rights Act. She also created the legendary Voting Rights “Map of Shame” in 2011, which remains popular. A graduate of Scripps College and Duke University School of Law, she continues to champion civil rights and racial justice issues nationally and internationally in the areas of housing and lending, community development, employment, voting, education, and environmental justice. Ms. Arnwine’s work also includes women’s rights, immigrant rights, judicial diversity, criminal justice reform, racial profiling, health care disparities and LBGTQ rights.
With over 40 years of experience as a community leader, politician, minister and advocate, the Rev. Al Sharpton is one of America’s most-renowned civil rights leaders. Now “The Rev.”, as he is affectionately called by close friends and supporters, is bringing his powerful voice to radio and getting the answers to real questions with his entertaining new daily talk show the Al Sharpton Show.