6.26.2012

Audio Archives: Brother Jesse interviewed three days in a row on "Living Motivated," "Harlem 411," and "Liberated Sisters"

(Dr. Walter Sims (left) is the host of "Living Motivated" BlogTalkShow)
On June 21, during the NBA Finals game wherein the Miami Heat won the championship, I had the honor of being a guest on Living Motivated BlogTalk Show hosted by Dr. Walter Sims, aka Minister of Motivation. We met via Twitter a few years ago when he was on a mission to get One Million People to Smile! Along with being a radio host, Dr. Sims is a professional motivational speaker and a certified spiritual life coach. His goal is bridging the gap between where you are and where God wants you to be! This interview zeroed in on my personal life, accomplishments, obstacles and how I found my biological father.  Listen to the archive of the interview @ http://www.blogtalkradio.com/themotivator/2012/06/22/extraordinary-man-bro-jesse


On June 22, I returned as a news analyst on Harlem 411 with host Haja Worley. The news segment, airing on WHCR 90.3FM-NY, is always an exciting discussion with the host and callers. I've been a guest on the show for over three years and always appreciate the opportunity. In this segment, we discussed my latest blog on the Chad Holley Case, my Final Call article regarding the state of Black fishermen in the Gulf as it relates to the BP spill and also we talked about the Adidas so-called "Slavery" shoe that was halted due to backlash and cries of "racism." Listen to the archive of this segment @ http://harlem411.com/archive/6-22-2012.mp3


On, June 22, I wrapped up the week with a guest appearance on "Liberated Sisters" hosted by Sister Charlene Muhammad. Sister Charlene is the National Correspondent for The Final Call Newspaper. On her show we discussed the latest developments in the Trayvon Martin case, Rodney King's death, my Chad Holley blog, the state of Black fishermen in the Gulf and also we talked about the Adidas so-called "Slavery" shoe. Listen to the archive of this segment @ http://archive.kpfk.org/mp3/kpfk_120623_130045prisonrights.MP3


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