Kei-Touch interviewed Dr. Cyl Soden Jr. of Soderma Dermatology in Laurel, MD! Dr. Soden, Jr. is a board-certified Dermatologist and fellowship-trained in Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Procedural Dermatology. 


National Award-Winning TV Journalist, Kelly Wright joined The Outlet with Kei-Touch.  They discussed the United States ending favorite nation trade status of Russia, the impact the sanctions have on Russia and the treatment of blacks leaving Ukraine.

Kei-Touch interviewed Erkeda DeRouen, M.D. and they discussed telehealth and telemedicine, using technology to manage health challenges and a few black women pioneers in medicine.

Kei-Touch and Coach Butch McAdams covered the sports news of the week from black billionaire Robert Smith placing a bid for the Broncos, Deshaun Watson not facing criminal charges and can continue his career, Falcons WR Calvin Ridley suspension for betting on NFL games.

Kei-Touch interviewed Karie Brittano, Co-CEO Brittano Group. Karie is a general contractor, professor, set designer, artist & model.

Kei-Touch and Colonel Eugene Davis, USA (Retired) discussed the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the role of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), NATO’s Response Force activated for first time and possible implications as this situation escalates

Kei-Touch interviewed Gregory “Sugar Bear” Elliott, a globally known recording artist, front man, lead vocalist, and bass player with 3 billboard hits including the “Da Butt” which peaked at #1 on the US Billboard Hot Black Singles in 1988 and was also a featured performance in Spike Lee’s film “School Daze”.

Kei-Touch and The Honorable Tamara Harris Johnson, Circuit Court Judge, discussed President Biden’s nomination of The Honorable Ketanji Brown Jackson to Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Once confirmed, she will be the FIRST black woman to serve the highest court in the land.  

Kei-Touch interviewed Tiffany Gill, writer, speaker, advocate and founder of Black Girls Unscripted (BGU) - a unique global community of women and girls dedicated to harnessing the power of Black women’s stories and utilizing them as a tool to heal, educate, and inspire.

The Outlet with Kei-Touch interviewed Dawn Moss, Executive VP The Carolina Kitchen, Miss Black USA 1996 & Founder, Good Girls Getting Better.  Addressing mental health in women