From the desk of
Sharon Kay ---
Thank you Tennessee State University for this awesome acknowledgement for my work in the media.
The HBCU recently celebrated their 2015 Women of Legend & Merit representing seven categories of work and experience in the community. These ladies have a history of excelling in their areas of expertise.
My award was for achievements in media over 38-years. When the women say "job well done", then it's official!
Again, many thanks and I am deeply honored. My family is immensely proud.
--- Love always,
Guests for Wednesday's
On the show Wednesday afternoon (7/22) at 4pm (cst), is professor and author Bert Ashe.
We'll discuss African American culture and role hair has in it.
Then at 5 o'clock stay tuned for Dr. Pernessa Seele, Founder and CEO of The Balm In Gilead, Inc.
We'll catch-up on some of the issues of the day and discuss meeting the needs of the inner city and rural communities.
Coming up on July 29th,
I'm happy to welcome back Ian Haney Lopez. We've got lots to discuss. He is the author of the book Dog Whistle Politics.
In August and September Join us for some great guests and interesting topics --
Historian Onyeka Nubia will be back on the show in the coming months to continue our discussion on his research in his book Blackamoores: Africans in Tudor England Their Presence, Status and Origins. He states that Black people have been a part of European society since at least the fifteenth century.
Loved this interview -- he was so interesting!
Coming up on