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We’re chatting about the importance of the HBCU, especially at a time such as this. The mechanics of getting your student into the HBCU and how you can directly intersect with an HBCU to enroll….. Dr. Theresa Price is here…….. we’re talking education on Coffee Conversations with Greg J….

Blending the soul of the neighborhoods of Philadelphia with global rhythms of jazz, hiphop and R&B, Jeff Bradshaw is a force to be reckoned with in the indie soul music scene. He was nominated for an NAACP Image Award this year for his first release since 2015, Stronger”… we’re chopping it up about music, awards […]

We continue our commemoration of Women’s History Month with a fantastic panel of sistas who are making seriously influential moves in the radio broadcast business. We will chat about the success… the stresses, the triumphs of their career and what they see as the future of the industry… Coffee Conversations is on… streaming live at […]

Whether its the classic Verzuz battle between Isley Brothers and Earth Wind and Fire or the images and glorious music on display during the recent Grammy Awards, Pop Culture from a black perspective remains the most consumed. From Movies, to TV, to what people are talking about online, we are joined by Renowned media personality […]

we’ve heard about the Underground Railroad, We hear the stories of slavery. The rhetoric of our oppression. Did you know that there is a tour of the Underground Railroad? Have you ever seen the artifacts of slavery? Jim Crow? In a Black History Month presentation we’re going to sip coffee and chat with Hardy Brown […]

https://www.facebook.com/coffeeconversationswithgregj/posts/238064331246764 We see and hear a lot about “Critical Race Theory” and Racial Reconciliation”… More and more, Institutions are undertaking a monumental task to overturn biases. But can they really keep it real? What is the effective approach? Can we really change the hearts of men (and women)? There’s a lot of buzz out there […]

we examine the global influence of contemporary African music, its intersections with hiphop, explore cultural differences growing up in America as a Continental African, and the message of their new music….. PS The Rebels coming through….. It started with a fire. As SamuiLL’s world was literally going up in flames, he made a split-second decision […]

Marie Lemelle, MBA – California Black Women Coalition for #KeepTheSeat Governor Gavin Newsom, Like a modern-day Harriet Tubman, Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris kicked opened the door to claim a seat at the U.S. Senate table. Her legacy is to lead more Black women to the table who will represent a forgotten but strong California population. […]

Much has been said about the sale of the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza in Los Angeles. The mall can be considered a cultural landmark in south Los Angeles as it stands on the corner of Martin Luther King Jr and Crenshaw Blvds. So the story is this: Los Angeles-based real estate investment firm CIM Group had agreed […]

Click thru to view the conversation! We were so excited and honored to receive a visit from legendary producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis in a special edition of “Coffee Conversations with Greg J”. The duo is kicking of what is unbelievably their first solo Album. Yes, they have produced so many hits – millions […]


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