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African American Profile

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.
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African American Profile
(May 05, 2010) Play Dowanload

Host Omarey Williams talks with Richard Jeanty about his journey becoming a writer, the topics of his writing, and his publication company, RJ Publications. He also explains the lack of opportunities that he has had as a Haitian-American.

African American Profile
(Feb 10, 2010) Play Dowanload

Host Omarey Williams speaks with Ronnie Robbins of the Amachi Mentoring Coalition Project. They discuss the mentoring program and its needs including mentors and support. They also discuss why the program is so important and necessary.

African American Profile
(Feb 03, 2010) Play Dowanload

Host Omarey Williams speaks with Wynne Alexander. They discuss the history of WDAS Radio and its major impact on the Civil Rights movement. They also discuss Wynne's music and career in journalism. More information can be found at WDAShistory.org and wynnealexander.com

African American Profile
(Jan 27, 2010) Play Dowanload

Host Omarey Williams talks about the Martin Luther King scholarship breakfast that took place right here on the campus of Rowan University. Guest Speakers are interviewed.

African American Profile
(Nov 25, 2009) Play Dowanload

Host Omarey Williams speaks with Kevin Powell, author of Open Letters to America. They discuss his book, his role in activism and how that has influenced his writing.

African American Profile
(Nov 18, 2009) Play Dowanload

Host Omarey Williams speaks with Gloucester County NAACP chapter president, Phillip S. Warner Sr, and vice president, Loretta Winters. They discuss the history and foundation of the chapter, the role of the NAACP and their upcoming 100th anniversary event.

African American Profile
(Nov 04, 2009) Play Dowanload

Host Omarey Williams and Dr. Gabrielle Foreman discuss the impact of African Americans in literature throughout history. They especially highlight Harriet Wilson and her book Our Nig, which was re-released for the 150th anniversary edition. They also discussed Dr. Foreman's work Activist Sentiments: Reading Black Women in the Nineteenth Century.

African American Profile
(Oct 28, 2009) Play Dowanload

Host Omarey Williams speaks with Dr. Gabrielle Foreman. In the first part of a two-part series, they discuss Dr. Foreman's background as an educator, writer and historian. They talk about the role of African Americans in history and literature.

African American Profile
(Sep 11, 2009) Play Dowanload

Omarey Williams speaks with Dave Goodman about his acting career. Goodman talks about his career goals as well as working with numerous superstars in entertainment including Sylvester Stallone. He also tracked his road to on-screen film roles and the turning point of his career thus far.

African American Profile
(Apr 22, 2009) Play Dowanload

Host Omarey Williams talks to Lorraine Elzia, the author of a new book entitled "Mistress Memoirs." Lorraine talks about her new book and how she's been writing for the past six years. Also, she discusses how her start as an author resulted from online encouragement.

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