This week on the Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson speaks with Prince Georges County Executive, Angela Alsobrooks. Angela has been re-elected to serve her second term and on this weeks show we break down what she did in her first term to fulfill promises and what she plans to accomplish in her second term. […]
In this Motivational Moment, Reverend Ron Harrison talks about the importance of voting and the sacrifices our forefathers made for us to have the right to vote!
This week on the Community Affairs Show Cheryl Jackson talks with Dr. Vikki Johnson about Spiritual and Practical ways to combat anxiety. Current life situations has many people experiencing anxiety and panic attacks at an alarming rate. Soul Wealth Coach, Dr. Vikki Johnson shares the dangers of this emotion and how we can use […]
This week on the Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson talks with Relationship Expert, Gail Crowder. This time Gail gives practical tips to manage work and family during the changing times of COVID-19 and social unrest. While many are social distancing and others are working endless on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gail Crowder […]
The culmination of the Black Voters Matter Freedom Ride for Voting Rights, commemorating the 60th anniversary of the original Freedom Ride to raise awareness about voting rights.
This year due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Thanksgiving may look a little different. However, if you are in need of a Thanksgiving meal we have a few places you can go to help. Check out the various places in the region who are serving the Community this holiday season. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 IN D.C. In […]
On the Community Affairs Show this week, Cheryl Jackson speaks with the Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, Dr. Stephen Hahn, about the process of approving a COVID-19 vaccine. As of Friday, November 21st, new sources says more than 195,500 new COVID-19 infections were reported. The highest number of single-day cases during the country’s […]
Today on the Community Affairs Show Cheryl Jackson talks with The founder of 100 Black Men Prince George’s County, Walter Kirkland about the Importance of Mentoring during this time of racial unrest. As the world is faced with a deadly pandemic, racial disparities has escalated tremendously. Mr. Kirkland shares what 100 Black Men of Prince […]
This week on the Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson talks with Vice Principal, Otis Dupree about the Education System and the COVID-19 Pandemic. Vice Principal talks about what he believes the Fall will look like during this pandemic. He also shares the affects of virtual learning on children from all economic backgrounds. We look at […]
Cheryl Jackson chats with Director Trueblood from the DC Office of Planning about the upcoming census and how you can make sure you #GetCountedDC. Get more info >>
Washington Wizards Make Mental Health A Priority Mental Health has been a hot topic and a lot more people are paying attention to it. There are many signs to help yourself and others but sometimes we only look for those signs in certain people. There has been an expected persona that people think someone […]