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African American Profile

A locally produced program, hosted by Erica Milbourne, that examines various issues of concern to the African American Community. Airs Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m.
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African American Profile
(Jun 20, 2007) Play Dowanload

Author Allison Whittenberg talked about her new book, Sweet Thang. She read a passage from the book and discussed its themes.

African American Profile
(Jun 06, 2007) Play Dowanload

Rowan University's David Armor and Dr. Jacqueline Swift explained their roles in the upcoming musical review, "Soul Sounds of Philadelphia: The Story of the Music That Made America Famous". They also talked about their activities with at-risk youth.

African American Profile
(May 16, 2007) Play Dowanload

Carlos Bradley made another appearance on the African American Profile. Bradley shared the story of his organization, ISAA. The International Student Athlete Academy is a program that trains young people academically and athletically.

African American Profile
(Mar 21, 2007) Play Dowanload

Alyesha Wise, a Rowan student, stopped by the show to perform spoken word poetry. She also talked about her background and how she developed her writing ability.

African American Profile
(Mar 14, 2007) Play Dowanload

Dr. Natasha Murray talks with host Dr. Tanya Clark about the college application process. Murray described the impact of online education as well. Her analysis of the application process included a breakdown of the different types of colleges.

African American Profile
(Mar 07, 2007) Play Dowanload

Dr. Mary Francis Berry, guest speaker at Rowan University's second annual Rosa Parks Luncheon, stopped by the African American Profile as a part of a roundtable discussion. Four Rowan University students also joined the show to chat with Berry. She spoke about her background including what it was like to grow up in the South. Also, she discussed why the government did not issue slave reparations.

African American Profile
(Feb 28, 2007) Play Dowanload

Troy Clark, a native of New Orleans, provided his perspective on Hurricane Katrina. Along with host Dr. Tanya Clark, they discussed the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Plus, Mr. Clark described the vivid details of that day and how his family had to evacuate the Louisiana area.

African American Profile
(Feb 07, 2007) Play Dowanload

Rowan students Danielle Moore and Anwar Counts joined host Dr. Tanya Clark on the show. They talked about the student's perspective on Hurricane Katrina. Moore and Counts offered their experiences while visiting Louisiana to assist in the rebuilding effort.

African American Profile
(Jan 31, 2007) Play Dowanload

Dr. Tanya Clark interviewed Keith Dickens, who serves on the planning committee for the Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast held at Rowan University. Dickens commented on his background and explained how he got started with committee. He added historical perspective to the special event by detailing how the Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast began.

African American Profile
(Jan 24, 2007) Play Dowanload

Dr. Tanya Clark completed part two of her interview with Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie. They continued the discussion about her background and issues troubling the African-American community.

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