Local civic leader Omarey Williams and his weekly guests examine various issues of concern to the African American Community. Airs Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m.
Importance of Communication in a Relationship with LJ The Relationship Mechanic and Darlene Gause
(Apr 02, 2014)
Host Erica Milbourne with LJ The Relationship Mechanic and Darlene Gause. The three of them discuss the importance of Triple A in a relationship and why social media is taking the communication off of relationships.The Music Lives of Sidney Holmes and Rapper Mox
(Mar 26, 2014)
Host Erica Milbourne speaks with up and coming songwriter Sidney Holmes and Rapper Mox. They discuss their careers and music, while giving the listeners a sample of their work.Discussion of African Americans of the Past, Present and Future with Mrs. Juanita Jones Abernathy
(Mar 12, 2014)
Host Erica Milbourne talks with Mrs. Juanita Jones Abernathy. Erica Milbourne and Mrs. Juanita Jones Abernathy discuss the African American People, of yesterday, today and tomorrow.An Interview with Dr. Catana Tully
(Mar 05, 2014)
Host Erica Milbourne talks with author Dr. Catana Tully. Dr. Tully speaks about her book, Split at the Root, A Memoir of Love and Lost Identity.Dating and Marriage within the African American Community with Dr. S Charles and Elizabeth Schmitz
(Feb 05, 2014)
Host Erica Milbourne speaks with award winning authors, Dr.s Charles and Elizabeth Schmitz. The two of them talk about dating and marriage in the African American Community and give a few tips of advice for those looking to develop long lasting and meaningful relationships.The Dream of African Americans with Bishop James E. Simmons Jr. and David Fuller
(Jan 29, 2014)
Host Erica Milbourne talks with Bishop James E. Simmons Jr. and David Fuller known in the music world as The Indicator. Bishop James E. Simmons Jr. is the pastor of New Life in Christ Ministries and The Indicator is the President and CEO of Damage Entertainment in Philadelphia. Together, they discuss the state of the African American people the dream.Rowan Alumni Eric Best on his Charitable Organization, It's Your Best Shot
(Nov 20, 2013)
Host Erica Milburn talks to Rowan Alumni and founder of of It's Your Best Shot Charitable Foundation, Eric Best. Eric describes the motivation behind Its Your Best Shot and the goal of helping out their fellow man.Wrestling His Way to an Education with Maven Bentley
(May 22, 2013)
Host Omarey Williams was joined by Maven Bentley of Combat Zone Wrestling to discuss his career, the benefit of having an education and what drew him to the professional wrestling business. According to Bentley, professional wrestling is the most difficult out of all his physical endeavours (which include jiu jitsu and muay thai) because it involves the physical strength plus entertainment. For more information on Bentley, visit www.mavenbentley.com.The Importance of Happiness with Ruth Williams, Steven Walls and Latoya Hopewell
(May 15, 2013)
Ruth Williams, Steven Walls and Latoya Hopewell of the Kingdom Leadership Alliance, a group that provides training, development and resources to help empower and cultivate world leaders, joined host Omarey Williams to talk about their work with the alliance. The group stressed the importance of being self-assured, happy and knowing one's purpose in life. The Kingdom Leadership Alliance is holding an event on Saturday, May 25th at 10am at Mount Olive church in Glassboro.Elissa Gabrielle and Rory Sheriff Discuss Their Book 'Pillow Talk Duets'
(May 08, 2013)
Elissa Gabrielle and Rory Sheriff joined host Omarey Williams to discuss Pillow Talk Duets, an erotica novel that they contributed to. Inspired by great musical duets, Gabrielle took that idea into a literary work. Employing the works of many pairs of authors, Pillow Talk Duets is an anthology of erotic short stories by pairs that Gabrielle placed together.