Empowerment & Encouragement
411 Show Guests
Coming up on Wednesday, March 19th at 4pm
We'll discuss this new book:
Down to the Crossroads: Civil Rights, Black Power, and the Meredith March Against Fear
Author & Professor Aram Goudsouzian will talk with us. He's Chair of the Department of History,
Faculty advisor, Graduate Association for African-American History at the University of Memphis
Tune in at 5pm on Wednesdays from now through April 30th to hear from the candidate's as we begin a series of shows to give you a closer look at some of the races for judgeship's in Davidson County.
"So you want to be a Judge..." Did you know that more than 80% of the persons who enter this building are African Americans? This is the A.A. Burch Courthouse in Nashville.
Don't miss this show on March 26th at 4pm (cst) on blended families.
Dr. Patricia Papernow, licensed psychologist with over three decades of experience as a psychotherapist, trainer, supervisor and consultant is the guest. She specialities in couples therapy and "blended family" relationships and is author of Surviving and Thriving in Stepfamily Relationships.
**Coming up in April**
On Wednesday, April 2nd, Beverly Watts, Executive Director of the TN. Dept of Human Rights returns to give details on findings in recent statewide public hearings on human rights issues in Tennessee.
Questions or Comments during the show call us at 615.329.8810
On Wednesday April 9th from 4pm to 6pm it's our really big show...
The 411 Show's annual 2-hour super show on the big Nashville Film Festival. Hear from filmmakers, industry insiders, actors, celebrities, plus win free movie passes.
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