Coffee Conversations with Greg J

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As the people stand and demand social justice, the question always comes up – what is the church doing? Where are the preachers? And so we have linked with a panel of clergy who’s ministry is to seek social justice…. To stand for our people….. invited panelists include:Pastor @Kelvin Sauls – Former Pastor, Holman United […]

As we continue to build a bridge of music arts and culture with Africa and African America, we turn our focus to the Republic of Senegal, a nation from which most of the slave trade emanated to the USA, In todays fast paced world, what kind of business opportunities are there. What about tourism? Can […]

Our favorite scholar and historian returns. This time we are analyzing the cultural explosion that is the protests against Racial violence and Police abuse. We are looking at systemic change, and a cultural resurrection…. Our favorite scholar returns to dialogue…. Plus immediately after the conversation, we go live to Houston for the final funeral service […]

We are so glad to make a special edition of Coffee Conversations with Greg J as we welcome all the way live from Nairobi Kenya – Sauti Sol!! If you listen to our podcast known as AfroPop Radio then you would know that this band is a regularly scheduled offering on our playlists. Today, we […]

There is so much going on this week. We are still in the throes of a global pandemic. Quarantine, masks, social distancing…. economic uncertainty, loss of jobs… the world isnt what is started out to be on January 1, 2020….. And now add to the mix, the stress of seeing a lynching…. murder…. by police… […]

Finally all 4 police officers involved in the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis have been arrested and charged. So we take the time to analyze the process, to understand the charges, to understand the legal process in such a time as this. So we’ve reached out to an incredibly accomplished trial attorney, @Ludlow B. […]

Present day consciousness finds us on a path of cultural resurrection. Institutions of African American Arts and Culture are undoubtedly of essential value to communities across the nation. We will discuss the importance of maintaining institutions, the challenges and successes of these institutions, what is the place of these institutions in telling our story. Of […]

In her TED x Berlin >> CHANGE YOUR CHANNEL << Mallence shared a truth that not only deeply resonated with people across the globe, but many felt compelled to share. Her TED x was independently translated into more than 5 languages and became a social media phenomena that was shared over 20 million times via various social media platforms, raising global awareness via a sensational grass -roots movement. […]

COvid 19 has cancelled a summer of leisure. Our beloved festivals, concerts and gatherings of any size have been cancelled or postponed. The leisure consumer is hurt. The promoters/producers of these festivals have had to be creative and ingenious in how to handle this unprecedented situation. And so we talk about it with Rich Sherman, […]

The City’s response to COVID 19 has been exemplerary, so we pause to talk with a key City official to hear how his district has responded, We’ll hear about plans for recovery. And we’ll discuss the hot potatoe issue of reopening….. And so we’ve invited the Honorable Long Beach City Councilman Al Austin to sip […]


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