The Carl Nelson Show

Dr. Frances Cress Welsings' mentor, Neely Fuller Jr. will explain his tome on Racism/White Supremacy. Before Neely, we will look at the Senate Hearings for judge Ketanji Brown Jackson through the eyes of two Virginia lawmakers. Daun Hester & Jennifer McClellan will talk politics.

Chef Keidi Awadu returns to talk about his new book Fade to Black & Africa Rising for the Decade ahead. Abdul Khadir Muhammad, Student Minister for the Nation of Islam Muhammad Mosque No. 4 will examine a move by the DC City Council to allow children to get vaccines without parental consent.

Cardi B teams up with Atlantic Records to spread the word about voter registration. With deadlines just around the corner, fans can find easier ways to register before their state's deadline arrives.

Protests erupted in Los Angeles last night after police brutality has been a constant in the news cycle the past few weeks. The death of George Floyd by Minneapolis police was said to be a spark for the protests, but another video from a LA arrest  caught on camera also helped push protestors to the streets.

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Gayle King had a visceral emotional reaction after viewing two incidents pertaining to state violence and Black men made the rounds on social media after Memorial Day weekend.

The former WWE star had been missing for two days after getting caught in a rip current in Los Angeles.

Black History Month is officially underway and Netflix has curated a list of documentaries, movies and mini-series that are educational, thought provoking and entertaining, each of which will keep us informed all month long. Check out a few notable movies to watch on Netflix during this Black History Month. 13th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V66F3WU2CKk Ava DuVernay’s powerful documentary, […]

President Obama answers questions about his successor. He avoids criticism and expresses hope that Trump adjusts his temperament.